Netflix i think you should leave “Car Focus Group” breakout star Ruben Rabassa shares what Really The viral went behind the scenes of the sketch, slamming (joking) about why the chair he was sitting on during the sketch “f**king bit me.” The memorable character of Rabassa offered the focus group ideas for a new car with no room for a mother-in-law. Plus tips for a safer steering wheel. “A nice steering wheel that doesn’t fly off while you’re driving,” he said in the sketch. He also made fun of “Paul” played by co-creator Tim Robinson’s partner, Zack Kanin.
And while Rabassa gave a highly amusing performance, he shared in a parody video that the only thing he had in mind about filming was sustaining a major wound in his leg as he sat on chairs for the sketch. Were. He recalled his reaction to being bitten on a chair in a parody video that could almost be bonus footage for the sketch. He even asked the owner of the chair maker to admit that he “hates” his job.
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rabasa said in netflix Video, “I was so mad! And the wound on the cut was so bad. So I called the chair company. Tuffman Chairs,” he said. Sounds legit. “Because the chair reads, ‘If you got someone off the chair. If you have a big problem, call this number.”
Of course, that’s exactly what Rabasa did. Why? “Cause this f**king cut me off [maniacal laugh]. I would say this is a problem. This man Ernie, the owner of the chair company, replied. Rabasa repeated his anger at how badly the chair had bitten him.
“And he said, ‘Are you kidding me? Rabasa said. “He asked me how bad it was. I said, ‘For a chair, it’s too f**king bad.’ And he just quietly said, ‘God s*** this. It’s so bad our chairs are doing this!’”
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Then the exchange became awkward. “They said, ‘This is bad news,’” Rabassa continued. “‘That’s bad news.’” The phone goes quiet. Ernie wondered if Rabassa could walk. But still “it shouldn’t bother you.” Then added, “I really don’t know what to say.”
So Ernie said, “‘What the sh*tty thing is going to happen! It sucks,’” Rabassa shared. “Ernie says, ‘I’m mad that the chair ripped you off. People are coming to me and asking, has this chair ever torn anyone? what am i going to say? Pretend I didn’t hear them? Yes. That’s what I’ll do. I’ll pretend I didn’t hear them.’”
But then Rabassa said Ernie deepened the conversation by sharing that he “hated” working at Tuffman Chairs. And, “I’m about to leave.”
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“I say, ‘Ernie, don’t you have a store?’” Rabasa responded to the comment that Ernie would leave. “And he very quietly says, ‘I don’t give f**k.’”
“And that’s what I remember about filming!” Rabasa said.
Rabasa talks to Vulture about his newfound fame. “I was walking down the street and two people stopped me!” He remembered. “‘I want to take a picture with you!’ He said. I had already forgotten about the show [laughs]!” He then shared his actual experience filming the sketch. And he never mentioned being violently bitten by chairs. But he’s quite a tough guy. He appeared in six episodes of Miami Vice, but he Shared, “I got killed in four.”