Any dude who likes Entourage is or probably will be a date rapist at some point, so let Alison Brie cement that theory for you.
After a screening of new series, GLOW, at the ATX Television Festival in Austin on Sunday, the star and fellow actress Betty Gilpin got on the topic of how Hollywood today compares to the industry in the 1980s, when the Netflix comedy-drama is set.
“It has not changed that much,” Brie said. “The audition process has not changed that much.” To support her claim, she described an experience she faced at an Entourage audition early on in her career. “I auditioned for three lines on an episode of Entourage that I had to go on in a bikini!” she said of the 2000s TV show try-out. “Or like shorts and the tiniest shorts. And they were like, ‘Ok, can you take your top off now?’“ Alison Brie tweeted the following message after her Entourage confession: “Clarification—I had a bikini top on UNDER my top. They didn’t ask me to get totally topless. Sorry to disappoint you!”
Now, as much as I’d like to dangle something Alison Brie wanted over her head until she showed me her tits (especially 2000 Alison Brie), we all know that’s pretty gross and douchey. Chloroform would save you from all that awkwardness. I’m kidding, that’s bad too. Chloroform is pretty hard to find unless you’re friends with Bill Cosby.