Looks like reporter Gil Tucker isn't easily star struck — in fact, he didn't even recognize a Hollywood celeb when he passed him on the street.
The Global Calgary journalist was assigned to cover local filming for the "Fargo" television series, but little did he realize he was interviewing one of the show's stars.
"What do you see over here, eh?" Tucker asks, beginning the interview in true Canadian/Fargoan fashion.
Bob Odenkirk, best known for his role as Saul Goodman in "Breaking Bad", stops to talk with Tucker — and Tucker clearly thinks Odenkirk is a supporting actor, as opposed to one of the show's stars.
The rest of the interview is slightly awkward, as the two talk about the differences between the North Dakotan, Wisconsin and Canadian accents.
"What's your first name," Tucker asks, as Odenkirk scoots away to get lunch.
"Bob," says the two-time Emmy winner.
To be fair, it's kind of hard to identify Odenkirk while he's wearing the sunglasses and hat with flaps. We never recognize anyone bundled up for Alberta's stupidly cold winters, either.
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