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We've got a lot of young ones, but we've got a lot of guys that have state championship experience. We're still doing too much individually and not sticking to the game plan.
We've pretty much gotten used to the response of, "Eww, that's weird. That's creepy." The people who know us are happy, and probably expected it to happen eventually. But yeah, every once in a while we get that one person that's like, "That's really creepy. You just kissed your sister."...We thought it was weird for (first) six months, but it had more to do with just trying to hide our relationship from the set. I don't know why, and looking back on it, it was foolish. But we were trying to stay secretive and didn't want it to get out there. It never really weirded us out that we played brother and sister, because, you know, it's all fiction.
We've been planning to do something since we came (to Roseworth) in nineteen-ninety-six.
I think they exceeded my expectations and their own. They're still learning what it's like to play high-school ball. But we're shooting for state. We're in second place right now, and we control our own destiny.
We controlled the game. We didn't have real great chances at the net, but still found a way to win.
Obviously, they can never tell you not to date anybody on set. But it's always looked at as being a bit, "You should be a little apprehensive about getting involved with somebody that you work with." But we weren't apprehensive at all. We just said, "Fuck it. Let's just go for it, because it's important to us." But, that being said, other people may have had doubts or suspicions about us being able to last and this and that. Basically, once we get on set, we really just kind of became our characters and left our relationship behind. We would sneak a kiss here and there, but we would try and stay as professional as possible so no one would get uncomfortable. We certainly would never bring any arguments to the set or anything like that.