They say by no means meet your idols, however Brie mentioned Betty White lived as much as her thought of who she can be as a performer and an individual. Watching her relationship with the fabric and the crew between takes was one thing of an eye-opener for Brie. She mentioned:
“She’s such a pro and so specific. And when I say she plays to her strengths, she knew how to take this character — who is this crazy badass — and make her this very sweet woman, and then these things come out. She’s not pushing anything too hard. She lets it happen as it’s written.”
You can clearly see this in how sport she is to hitch in with Danny Pudi and Donald Glover’s post-credits bit the place she raps about anthropology and sings Toto’s “Africa.” When pressed for extra examples of Betty White being an inspiration for Brie, the actress pointed at her off-camera affect on the solid and crew. She recalled:
“It reinforced some things I already know about preparation and professionalism. Just the way she handled herself on set. I think it’s never too late to learn — or it’s a lesson that’s good to continue learning — that you need to treat everyone on a set with respect. She’s just the sweetest person on set you’ll ever meet. It’s great to see someone who’s been working as long as she has and still takes time to be nice to everyone she speaks to. That never goes out of style.”
If you must make amends for “Community” or are simply in want of a revisit, the present be streamed on Netflix.