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‘Marry Me’ Costars Reveal The Worst Thing About Each Other

Tue, October 14, 2014 6:29pm EDT by Elizabeth Wagmeister Add first Comment

What happens when Ken Marino and Casey Wilson team up? You get one of the funniest romantic comedies of the new TV season, ‘Marry Me.’

Marry Me costars Ken Marino (Burning Love) and Casey Wilson (Happy Endings) chatted with all about their new show, and while we couldn’t stop laughing, we did takeaway what they think the worst thing is about each other. Click to find out, plus WATCH a preview of the series.

‘Marry Me’: Ken Marino & Casey Wilson’s Hilarious Rom-Com

Annie (Casey) and Jake (Ken) have been dating for six years. Their relationship is great, except there’s one thing missing: a proposal.

High-strung Annie is dying for Jake to propose, and Marry Me follows the comedy of errors, which is their life. A botched proposal and unexpected fights lead the couple to believe that they may not be meant for each other.

In real life, we had to ask Casey and Ken the best and worst things about each other because couples love and hate each other. And we were pleasantly surprised. And confused.

“The worst thing about Ken is he will not stop talking when I’m talking,” Casey told, while being interrupted by Ken, clearly. She adds, “The best is he is a karaoke obsessive,” to which Ken interjects, “I have several go-to’s, although one was Macy Gray‘s ‘I Try.’ I don’t do it anymore. Another good one, my new one is Bruno Mars‘ ‘Gorilla.'”

We really wish we had this interview on-camera because keep in mind, Ken started singing. Like, real-life singing. On the red carpet.

He also told us (for no apparent reason) that his underwear was on backwards, at the very moment we were interviewing him. “I just do that normally, it just feels better,” Ken said. “It’s a f**k you to the underwear people.”

Why Should You Tune Into ‘Marry Me’?

If the interview above wasn’t enough for you, Casey and Ken told why everyone should tune into Marry Me.

“If you’re living and breathing and you like comedy [you should watch]. If you don’t like comedy, don’t watch it,” Casey says. Ken agrees: “Right. If you don’t enjoy comedy, don’t watch it. If you’re not a human being, don’t watch it.”

Casey brings up a good point: “Although, I think some animals would really like it.”

HollywoodLifers, are you going to tune into Marry Me? We are.

— Elizabeth Wagmeister

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