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May 12 2007

Interview with Nathan Fillion. Nothing all-too new on the Waitress front, but some personal tidbits about travel and movies towards the end. Plus, Nathan thinks the Dutch are prettier than you.

[ edited by barest_smidgen on 2007-05-11 21:40 ]

Plus, Nathan thinks the Dutch are prettier than you.

We really are. We can't help it, we're just born that way. :-P
Has this been posted before? I know I've read that last part word for word before. It was either here or on MySpace. Maybe it was on the Daily Bailey blog.
Does it count that I'm half Dutch?
Hmm... I searched for ten minutes or so in the archives and couldn't find this posted here. His quote about infidelity is almost word-for-word from other interviews, so it's likely a prepared or just well-traveled response. If it really is a retread, delete, delete. :)

And, yup, esg. It counts. For those of you keeping track at home, that's 1.5 prettier people in this thread...
It's part of the inevitable press tour where the same answer gets put in almost every feature.

Anyway we are a Dutch site. So sexier than MySpace and LiveJournal then.
Plus, Nathan thinks the Dutch are prettier than you.

Uh oh. No Dutch person should have read that sentence, just doing so may have created a paradox with accompanying rifts in the space-time continuum. Telltale, you may well have doomed us all to a fiery oblivion. Not casting aspersions but if I wake up to an apocalypse tomorrow i'll be looking Eastwards for someone to blame. Just sayin'.

(i've been to Holland if that counts. And I quite like Edam)

Very similar (word for word in parts) to previous interviews. Maybe this is a different account of a round-table that's been linked before ? Not complaining cos if so it's actually quite interesting to see what the other accounts left out (the bit about going home in the summer's new to me for instance - guy's clearly very close to his brother).
"Everyone in Amsterdam is gorgeous. Ive never seen so many beautiful people in all my life.

On whedonesque, we're all Amsterdam-georgeous - he's just never seen so many pretty people all together in one place. Clearly, on whedonesque we're spread out all over the world, and therefore not together in one compact little country, like the Netherlandonerists.

I think we're all pretty bangable... is what I'm saying. To your faces.
Well as long as you're saying it to our faces, is all... ;)
LOL. The water I was drinking almost just came out my nose, QG. Fantastic.
We are pretty gorram bangable, sirrah! ;-)

For you fans of Deja Vu, all the quotes in this article first appeared in its GIGANTIC entirety on the Canadian MoviesOnline website, but I've seen it cut into bits and spread everywhere. The writer of the article had said they interviewed Nathan at the Los Angeles press day for Waitress, which was before the Drive cancellation. I think it must have been posted here at some point, b/c I remember we discussed whether Nathan was an Emmy nominee, and someone confirmed that, yes, he was, for One Life to Live. Honestly, it's not that I'm obsessively keeping track, it's just that I've gotten into becoming Google Boy to track down the answers to mysteries like these. ;-)
I agree with QuoterGal. We are very bangable. And gorgeous. She and I alone can outgorgeous AND outbang the Dutch!
With bells on.
I'm Dutch by injection...so I guess my beauty is like Dutch botox or something.
The only Dutch thing about me is how I pay the bill when I'm on a date -- rim shot! Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, you've been a great audience!. ;-)
How is someone Dutch by injection?
I'm married to a Dutchman and he, uh...injects me with his...Dutchiness through...ya know...*winkwinknudgenudge*
And the Dutch are also incredibly tall...or at least some of them. We've had two Dutch interns in my group at work. Both over 6'8".
I'm married to a Dutchman and he, uh...injects me with his...Dutchiness through...ya know...*winkwinknudgenudge*


I thought that, but I was thinking that maybe I had a sick mind.


And the Dutch are also incredibly tall...or at least some of them. We've had two Dutch interns in my group at work. Both over 6'8".


Maybe we know the same Dutch people?

ETA: Nathan was really good in the movie! Now I want some Hot Nathan Fillion Pie.

If the Dutch are so tall, I am the opposite of Dutch.

[ edited by Nebula1400 on 2007-05-12 04:02 ]
Happy Day after Bono's Birthday, you pretty, pretty Dutch people. Why do I say this at Whedonesque? Because I first knew some of you from the early days of Interference....

Thank you, Whedonesque, for being pretty. And Dutch. And Dutchy pretty.
Wait, I'm confused by the summary. Does Nathan think I'm not as pretty as the Dutch, or does Nathan think I don't think the Dutch are as pretty as he thinks they are?
Where the hell does Nathan even mention the Dutch?

I think it's a conspiracy!
Nebula1400,

The article is linked through the heading of this post.

Interview with Nathan Fillion.

I just saw Amsterdam for the first time. Everyone in Amsterdam is gorgeous. Ive never seen so many beautiful people in all my life.


Or were you being sarcastic as in it is a conspiracy-- he never said the word dutch in the article?

[ edited by Anonymous1 on 2007-05-12 09:31 ]
"I think we're all pretty" frisky! Especially, the SoCal Browncoats! Loud and frisky! Thank you SoCal Browncoats!
We are pretty gorram bangable, sirrah!

"We can't die Bendis, you know why ? Cos we are so very bangable !". I guess Joss can't get them all perfect ;).

Yep, Dutch people do seem taller than the UK average at least. And thinner from what I saw. Possibly because a lot of people cycle (forget cars, if you're a pedestrian in Holland watch out for the bloody cyclists - especially if you're used to looking the other - ahem, correct ;) - way when crossing the road). And of course, as with most European countries they put the UK to shame with their mastery of a foreign language i.e. English (my parents used to live over there and would 'complain' that they didn't get many opportunities to learn Dutch because as soon as folk heard their Scottish accents they'd switch to speaking English straight away).

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