I've been thinking about a lot of things these days, accents, TV, movies and all that.
[SOUND] I love Highlander when I was a wee kid.
When I got a bit older, I thought about Highlander.
I thought about it and I was like, what the, what?
So you have a Scottish person playing a Spaniard and a French person playing the Scottish person.
How does that make sense?
How does that work?
There's a point to all this.
There's a new movie coming out.
Another Scottish movie like Braveheart.
Remember Braveheart, when Mel Gibson was like, ay freedom!
Couldn't even talk properly, but for some reason, everybody loved it, whatever.
It's called The Outlaw King or something like that.
Aye, and this is about the other Scottish person that's famous, Robert the Bruce.
And do you know who's playing Robert the Bruce?
Mate, he's Scottish.
Get a Scottish person.
Scottish accent, Scottish person.
But not only that, but because everybody is so scared of Scottish accents, all of the actual Scottish people sound like this.
Hello I am Scottish, hello I am Scottish person man, I talk like this.
I'm Scottish, I talk like this, talk like this all the time.
I don't care, put subtitles on.
So what, let me hear a real accent, let me hear something, I just want to hear something real, man.
Just make me Robert the Bruce, I'd be better than Chris Pine.
Chris Pine [SOUND]
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