– So, he lives in Orange County, I live here, you live in New York. It’s like the Sankara Stones. When you bring them together, they glow. (angelic music) And then things start to happen. (laughs) – Yeah, I’m the body of the stones. And you guys can all be the heads. – [Jefferson] This is the
rest of the shoot now. – You’re the stone and
we’re romancing you. – [Jefferson] This is the rest of the shoot.
– We’ve lost him. He’s gone.
– Come back to us. – Dope.
– It’s okay. – Dope.
– All right, we should move on. – Yeah, we take a gym break? (upbeat country music) If we were to do a cowboy calendar… – Yeah.
(bell dings) – I would be August, because that was the
month that I was born in. – Get the guns out too. – And also, yes, I could show some skin. (cougar roaring) – Dude, you’re most of the summer months. You too, though, you’re fall, ya know? – Just in, just general persona? – Yeah, I think so. You’re a little bit more sophisticated. (bell dings) – Than August?
– Yeah, exactly! August is like–
– More sophisticated than August? A little sharper. Tie bar.
– A little bit more intelligence–
– The thinking man’s month. – [Ian] Pocket square
(bell dings) Wow.
– No, no, no! So what do you say, I’m just a shirt? – It’s your serve. – I’m just a body to you,
that’s all I am to you. I’m just a body to you. – In this calendar it
will also have a quote. We could put an inspirational quote– – Nah, I’m just a body! – By Denim Richards.
– Nah, I’m just a body. – I don’t have a brain.
– Just fire, with a Y. – Tool shop.
– I’m just a body to you guys. – Denim Richards.
– August is lit. (laughing) – I’m just a body.
– On Boomerang. – Exactly.
– Ha, ha, ha. (Ian laughing) – I’m January, I’ve got a big puffy coat. (fire crackling) And I’m lying down by the fire and I look kinda confused. You know, it’s pretty
clear that I’m not sure what I’m supposed to do with my hands. I’m sorta like–
– But you have a pug there. – I’m six coffees deep on the day of the shoot.
– You’ll probably have a pug. – Oh, there’s a pug? – [Denim] But they can’t breathe. – [Jefferson] It’s me in a
puddle of pugs, pug puddle. – Sounds like, kinda weird. – Kinda great.
(bell dings) – Yeah, that’s what our calendar would be. I would definitely be the summer. – Yeah, Forrie’s February.
(wind howling) – What?
– He’s got that big– – No, he can’t be February.
– Kinda popped collar. – No, I don’t think.
– In the snow. You don’t think– – I don’t think he’d be February. I think he’d be October. – Ryan Bingham. Boy, Ryan Bingham, he’s on the calendar. Wow.
(Ian laughing) – He’s on the what?
– He’s nice. – The cover?
– He’s on the calendar. I know, I couldn’t even say it. – But he’s not in the summer months. – Because the idea was so exciting. – He’s probably May, he’s May. – He’s May, he’s spring. – [Denim] He’s spring, the
guitar, the lilies in the field. – Yeah, every time he smiles.
– With the hat. – Spring.
– Yeah. – I’m gonna go October. – That’s you?
– I like it, yeah. October is the hottest
month in Los Angeles, oddly. People.
– Yeah. – And I dunno, I just feel
like it’s kinda spicy. (bell dings)
And a little dangerous. – [Jefferson] Halloween,
he’s got a little edge. – Yeah, but super sophisticated edge, unlike other calendar
months that are just a body and don’t have anything
going on between their ears. – Did you wanna talk about it? – No, I’m good. – Who needs therapy? All of us?
(laughing) Group therapy for the three of us? (upbeat rock music)