And then what was it like directing David and Patton?
Riley: David was like, "So, what does this mean? White voice?" And I was like, "You. It means you." He had a character from Mr. Show that always made his workers eat Tofutti ice cream, and I was like, "the Tofutti ice cream guy." He was like, "That guy? Okay." That was pretty easy. They were doing it like, "This is weird." It's funny because leading up to it, I didn't know who was going to do what voice between David and Patton. It was just that day at the last minute I was like, it has to be David. I'm actually closer friends with Patton. Patton gets there and I explain to him, "Actually, you're not Cassius you're Mr. 'Blank,'" which is just "Mr." with seven underscores. He was like, "Oh, really?" And I was like, "Yeah, because I realized I needed Cassius' voice to sound like the whitest guy in the world, the whitest person that people might recognize. And I realized that David's voice is a little whiter than yours." He was like, "Really? Oh yeah, his voice is whiter than mine," and started feeling proud about that.