NBA player Jimmy Butler (Minnesota Timberwolves) and child star Miles Brown (Black-ish) sit down for an intense one on one in the latest episode of Thoughtful Pairings, the only show guaranteed to end in a Freaky Friday situation.
- October 19, 2017
- 570k Views
Directed by Pat O'Brien
Written by Pat O'Brien and Dan Abramson
Starring: Jimmy Butler, Miles Brown and Pat O'Brien
Producers: Rob Hatch-Miller and Veronica Rodriguez
Producer: Luke Esselen
Post Producer: Alex Parks
Executive Producer: Kate Lilly
Director Of Photography: Matt Sweeney
Editor: Danielle Billeaux
Production Coordinator: Nabeer Khan
Gaffer: Eddy Scully
Key Grip: Jay Carey
AC & Camera Operator: Matt Krueger
Camera Operators: Nate Cornett and William Christensen
Hair & Make Up: Krista Jee
Wardrobe Stylist: Victoria Zengo
Sound Mixer: Ryan Bertolami, BoTown Sound
October 19, 2017
- [Narrator] Thoughtful Pairings,
the show that brings together public figures
from different areas of culture
for an in-depth one on one conversation
and the only show guaranteed to
end in a Freaky Friday situation.
Today's thoughtful pairing connects
NBA superstar Jimmy Butler with
star of the hit show Blackish, Miles Brown.
- Hey, Jimmy, what's up, how are you?
- It's going on, how are you?
- Good, good, good, good.
- It's great to meet you, man.
I'm a big fan of your work, Miles Andrew Brown.
- Thank you, you, too, Jimmy.
Though I promised my friends that
I would dunk on you today, so ...
- I don't think that that's gonna happen,
so I wouldn't count on that.
So, what's the toughest part of being a child actor.
- Probably juggling school work
and being on set at the same time.
Even though it is a struggle, I still maintain straight A's.
What's the toughest part about being an NBA player?
- I would probably go with the emotional exhaustion
part of it, I'm never home,
I never get to see my family,
and I'm constantly in a hotel room,
so that's the tough part.
- Excuse me.
- Who's that?
- That's the sound guy, Tavis.
- Is he a real wizard?
- I don't know.
I thought it was just him trying to be cool,
kind of like when I wore that fanny pack
my first trip to Minnesota.
- I can hear you guys, you're mic-ed.
- Sorry, sorry.
- Sorry, Mr. Wizard.
- Oh, what now I'm Mr. Wizard to you?
I'm an 80's show?
Uh uh, no, this is ridiculous.
- Um, I was born in 2004.
- Oh, he's teaching me math now?
- Yo, what the hell, man?
- So, what's been the hardest part
about being a professional basketball player
trapped in a 12 year old's body?
- Hmm, I'd have to say everything.
It's definitely tougher to compete
on a court being only four foot nine.
I get pulled over pretty much every time I try to drive.
- Is that a race thing, you think?
- Maybe, though I'm pretty sure it has more to do
with the cops seeing a 12 year old driving a car.
So, yeah, I have to say the toughest part is all of it.
What have you found challenging
about being a 12 year old kid in the body
of a six seven NBA shooting guard?
- Honestly, nothing.
I'm smoking the other kids in my gym class
at pretty much all sports.
I can easily reach the top of the fridge
where my mom keeps all the good candy
and I've earned millions in sneaker
and sports drink endorsements.
- Hmm, seems like some of that money should go to me.
- Yeah, well ...
- So, when do we turn back?
- Yeah, into our original bodies.
- Oh, sorry.
I'm a one-way wizard.
- What does that mean?
- It means I'm a one-way wizard.
I can only change you into something, not back.
That's it, sorry.