Unsurprisingly, Robbin Stone has some issues with the way he’s portrayed in The Rehearsal, and he thinks the show’s producers chose to emphasize only his most “dorky” qualities. “The image is just all about making me look bad,” he said. Somewhat surprisingly, however, he also claims that he wouldn’t act differently if he had to do it all over again (a type of rework, which, by the way, is one of the main motivations for “The Rehearsal”).
Stone would like “The Rehearsal” to include more of his discourse on religion, “like my conversation with Angela in MacGyver Park, [where] we bounced off each other, really sharing a lot in common with Christ.” He also says that he is still close to Angela, the woman with whom he (briefly) raised an imaginary child before leaving her in the middle of the night. in fact, he states that the two believe that they are “supposed to be together”, although currently unnamed obstacles stand in their way.
Robbin Stone’s viral fame is far from the first time that Nathan Fielder’s project has made real headlines. In 2014, an episode of “Nathan for You” featuring a “stupid Starbucks” caused consternation. local coverage in Los Angeles before it was revealed that it was all just a prank for a Comedy Central show.