Mike, Tommy, and Kevin welcome on Justin Wong, who played Kenny Wu, for a premature Episode 200 extravaganza. Justin talks about how he became Kenny Wu despite being a Canadian, why he wore No. 16, our terrible podcast quality, and leaving acting.
Thanks to Justin for coming on. A special Duck Call to his lead IMDB photo, which is literally four other Mighty Ducks and then the side of his head. He’s not even in the cropped photo:
Also support Justin’s company, Audiogator Productions. If you’re in Vancouver, stop by and just drop him off some money. Remnants of his band, The Patience Product still remain online. Their Facebook page has some videos of their performances.
I searched far and wide and could not find the Block Buster commercial Justin was in online. If you have any leads let me know.
The scene where Justin ate shit on the first take:
For those unfamiliar, here is 11 minutes of Elias Petterson highlights. It’s an entertaining watch.
Here is the article where Justin mentions that he is No. 16 because of Trevor Linden.
Thanks to @bag_of_flicks for the #QuackQuestion
Being from the Bay Area it was great to see SF being represented on screen. My question, “ For that trash talking scene you have with Russ Tyler, was that scripted or did you improvised your lines” Thanks!— All That and a Bag of Flicks (@bag_of_flicks) July 20, 2019
WU WU WU
Thanks to @HighwayHodge for the second #QuackQuestion
How much does Justin still use the trash talking advice he received from Russ in D3? Does he regularly tell rivals in his workplace that they “don’t work real good”?— John Hodge (@HighwayHodge) July 20, 2019
Thanks to @jbeasley777 for the third #QuackQuestion
#quackquestion what would you like to see Ken Wu doing in D4 or a tv series?— jbeasley777 (@jbeasley777) July 20, 2019