Brennan: I thought it was a pretty good movie. [looooong pause] Fame. [much scoffing and snorting] No, you know, it's fun.
Miss Alli: Do you get recognized a lot?
Brennan: We get recognized a decent amount, not a whole lot. I think it takes something different to be really recognizable, like Kevin and Drew with their bald heads. I'm good friends with some of the people from Survivor 2, and the one that gets recognized the most from them is Mitchell. And he was the fourth guy out on the show, but he's seven feet tall. I was in Vegas with him last weekend, and within the course of the day, I had maybe two people recognize me, whereas he probably had twenty people recognize him. And that's just -- just the way it goes. So we get recognized some, but not tons.
Miss Alli: If you wore the hats, you would be.
Brennan: You know, it's funny, because I have gotten recognized a couple of times wearing the old visor.
Miss Alli: Oh...[groan of pain]. Oh, we didn't even touch on the visor. What a tragedy that was.
Rob: The visor was not a tragedy.
Miss Alli: Oh...[another groan of pain]. The visor was a worse tragedy than...than even the red hat.
Brennan: Oh, that hurts.
Rob: My red hat was wonderful.
Brennan: No, your red hat was definitely worse than the visor.
Rob: Dude, not when your three inches of 'fro was coming out of it at the end. [laughs]
Miss Alli: Well, and this is my whole argument. I understand the whole -- I seem to remember, Rob, that you told me in New York that "you can't hate our hats AND hate our hair."
Rob: [laughs] Yeah, exactly. You know, the funny thing about it is that we both looked liked such crap by the end of the show that it just didn't matter anymore.
Miss Alli: But see, the whole thing with the visor is that you can't wear a visor to conceal hair issues.