– This is like homophobic bachelorette. (laughs) This is horrible. – [Interviewer] What’s your name and what do you do for a living? – My name’s Kimmy and I’m a student. – My name’s Carlos, I make custom pet apparel. – [Interviewer] Are you nervous about today? – Absolutely, I have no idea what’s going
– [Interviewer] Are you getting queer vibes? – Because of my assumptions I think that you’re straight. – You rundown for me why exactly you think I’m straight, again. – I’m sweating. (bouncy orchestral music) – Hi, I’m Woody Shticks. – My name is Debra Jansen. – [Interviewer] Do you know what you’re doing today?
– Okay, give me a good spin. (laughter) (applause) Help, my house is on fire! Yeah, Brittany’s a firefighter, for sure. (“In the Hall of the Mountain King” by Edvard Grieg) – Hi, I’m Timmy Rogar, I’m a drag queen and a bartender. – My name is Alex Alexander. – I’m Ilah Dizon. – I
– You’re a conundrum, I don’t know, you’re very confusing. I mean you’ve got earrings and the watch, I don’t think it’s a designer watch. Oh actually, it is a designer watch, what do you know? So– – And these diamonds are real. (lighthearted music) – My name’s Mathew. I’ve been a convenient store clerk
– Have you ever gotten a free donut for your tattoos? – I got some free booty but not free donuts. – Free booty? (laughs) I always get free booty. (gentle music) – My name’s Kenny, I’m a forklift operator. I’ve got about 80% of my body tattooed up. The younger the crowd, they kind
– Parents, can I just see some romantic gesture? Anything. (laughs) I need you back in the line. (laughs) – [Instructor] Hello. – Hi, my name is April. – I’m Talbet. – And I’m Vanessa. – And we’re twins. – [Instructor] What are you guys doing today? – Matching kids to parents. – [Instructor] Any