We have all had a job that we hated, one that we wish we could forget.
Andrew Rannells swung by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to talk about the production of The Boys in the Band he is currently starring in on Broadway.
Aside from the play, Colbert asks him about his childhood in Nebraska, and the conversation eventually led to Rannells discussing the memoir he is writing, and how during the writing process he has to go down memory lane, and remember some of the worst jobs he has had while trying to make it as an actor in New York.
The Girls star admits that the lowest of the low might have been when he was a greeter at the Warner Bros. Studio Store that used to be located just north of Times Square. Rannells tells Colbert about how he quit mid-shift when a customer asked him where they could find some Tweety Bird mud flaps.
We can’t blame Rannells for walking out, we probably would have done the same.
Watch his interview below and be on the lookout for Rannell’s book which is scheduled to hit shelves next year.