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Last week he tackled his in-laws, the Kardashians, among other fun subjects, and in his latest episode, he discusses . All of it, scripted and performed for MTV's cameras.
Its premise was conceived by Adam Di Vello, while Liz Gateley and Sean Travis served as executive producers. When people told me don’t be with him, I was like you obviously don’t know him because he’s the most amazing guy I’ve ever met in my life.
Maybe I’ll pick out some paint colors for the walls. You’re pretty much the most amazing human I’ve met in my whole life.
While Conrad had previously said they did date, but "it was pretty brief," Brody begs to differ.
"[Lauren and I] worked together on a show called The Hills," he explained, and "had to pretend like we were dating but we never [actually did]." At least this means all their expensive dinner dates out were, presumably, paid for by MTV (if not comped by the restaurant in exchange for coverage of their venue), and that eliminates all the potential awkwardness over the bill.