Bailey Gismert YouTube Channel


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[Starts with Bailey At the movies intro] [Cut to Bailey in her home at her YouTube set.]

Bailey: Hey, what’s up? It’s me, Bailey Gismert. Welcome to my YouTube show “Bailey At the Movies.” As you guys know, I’m currently quarantined. By choice. Not coz I, like, have corona or whatever. But yeah, mostly because like, my parents, they’re being awkward. They’re like, don’t that like, push-up challenge. And my dad has a V now. So, I’m like, staying in my room. So, because of social–

[door knocking]

Mom! I’m doing a video. Okay, well then, slide the bacon under my door, please. Thank you.

Moving on. So, because of social distancing, movies like Mulan delayed their release. And I was like, okay, so you guys think Mulan has COVID? Because she’s Chinese? Like, that’s racism. It is.

Okay, but, some movies went straight to on demand which is what I watched.

So, the first movie that I saw was “The Hunt.” [showing a sticker note with “The Hunt” written on it.] Can you guys see that? OKay, so… I don’t know. “The Hunt” was like awkward. Okay, sorry, but like, a new movie is premiering on the Samsung in the den?

Like, that’s awkward! We had to pause in the middle because my dog ate a grape. So, yeah, the suspense? Nada.

Okay, so the next movie I saw was “Emma.” And, I don’t know, at first I was like, Olden Times? That’s awkward. But I don’t know. It was like, even though they had bonnets on, it was modern. Like, you could tell they were aware that #MeToo had happened even though it hadn’t. I don’t know. The only thing I was awkward about it was like, Emma definitely stole a lot form “Clueless.”

And then, I watched “Invisible Man.” And I don’t know. Like, I thought it was cute. Okay, no. You guys stop. I do not like the invisible man. Stop. It’s just like– yeah. He’s aloof, he’s mysterious, he’s got this energy of a guy with a good body. But it’s not that. It’s like– [sobbing] I feel invisible right now. Like, sorry, but like, I do. Between the virus, and like, father-daughter dance being cancelled, which by the way, my dad still wants to do. But like, we have to like, still do online classes. And I like, totally saw my AP-chem teacher just sleep on the mattress floor. And like, on top of all that, my mom has been like, trying on my bathing suit and posting pics.

[showing her mother’s picture on Instagram]

So… Oh, cool. And my guys friends just commented. Perfect!

Speaking of comments, if you guys liked the video that you just watched, like and subscribe below. And I don’t know, like, happy quarantine I guess? I don’t know. See you guys. Oh, and Louis C.K. special was actually very funny. Download.

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Author: Don Roy King

Don Roy King is directing his fourteenth season of Saturday Night Live. That work has earned him nine Emmys and thirteen nominations. Additionally, he has been nominated for thirteen DGA Awards and won in 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. Mr. King is also the creative director of Broadway Worldwide which brings theatrical events to theaters. The company has produced Smokey Joe’s Café; Putting It Together with Carol Burnett; Jekyll & Hyde; and Memphis, all directed by Mr. King. He completed the screen capture of Broadway's Romeo & Juliet in 2013. - LinkedIn

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