'I think there are a lot of things taken out of context that you chose to make a headline out of, as opposed to understanding what it's actually about'.
As the mob of National Football League reporters, none of whom had appeared to have watched the episode in question, attempted to goad Brady into losing his temper, Brady kept his poise. "Is that what you choose to do in the media?"
"It's not what that was about", Brady said, according to Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk. "20 years, it's nothing but love and respect". I've been by reasonably a few now not easy issues with him.
When he realizes this, Miles understands that he has to either live the rest of his life as a spectator in hiding or kill this new, uber-happy clone so that he can go back to life as it was.
What added fuel to the fire prior to Brady's comments was the fact that the show's creator, Timothy Greenberg, previously told media outlets that, as noted above, Brady had shot the scene AFTER Kraft's scandal went public ... the implication being TB knew what he was doing. It was also filmed in front of a green screen.
TB said, "It's unfortunate that people would choose to think I would do something like that about Mr. Kraft". "I think that's a very bad assessment of my relationship with him, I would never do that". Heading to a day spa recommended by a colleague, he's looking to come out relaxed and refreshed. In it, Rudd rolls up to a massage parlor, where Brady happens to be walking out of. When Miles hears about a simple spa treatment that will boost his mood, he decides to book an appointment in hopes of turning his life around.
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Seconds later, a relaxed Brady walks out of the parlor's doors before nodding at Rudd.
"Four years later, the guy is now 41 and he's won six Super Bowls". He's then shocked to see Brady exiting the establishment, who asks Rudd if he's visiting for the first time.
It was as testy as Brady has ever gotten with a reporter who pressed him on something, and in this case I can't say I blame him.
Before we go any further, we should point out that if you read on, a small twist in the first episode is going to be spoiled. The show features lots of clever material with a mild touch of amusing content.
It's not clear how much mileage can be wrung out of that formula, or how the show fits into Rudd's busy schedule.