2: What can viewers look forward to in the sixth season of Kenny vs. Spenny?
Kenny: “This season I am going to do everything in my power to make Spenny quit. I don't want him to but I'm scared I may actually kill him if we keep going!”
2: How do you preserve your friendship through all the cheating and humiliations?
Kenny: “I pretend a lot.” Spenny: “The show puts a tremendous strain on the friendship. In the end, because I’m an only child and we go back so far, Kenny has become the brother I never had and never wanted.”
2: How do you maintain your romantic relationships?
Kenny: “I’m mega horny.” Spenny: “It’s very hard. I travel back and forth a lot, and it’s exhausting. But if you love someone, it’s important to show it by making an effort.”
2: How have the ladies in your lives reacted to your antics on the show?
Spenny: “Shame, revulsion, disgust, but oddly no issue spending the cash.”
2: As friends who work and play together, what’s your advice for couples who work and play together?
Kenny: “Break up. It’s going to happen eventually. Get it over with while you’re still kinda attractive.” Spenny: “Make sure you have separate lives. Personally, I ﬁnd the all-encompassing, spending-every-minute-together kind of romance to be smothering and based largely on a romantic myth. My girlfriend understands that I need me time and buddy time. I think it’s healthy for couples. If you love someone, you should set them free.”
2: As a duelling duo, what’s your advice for couples who are competitive with each other?
Kenny: “If you compete with someone you love, you’re a douche! Unless you’re competing about who can make the other person happier. See, I do have a heart.” Spenny: “Competition can add to a relationship, but can also be destructive if there is an underlying resentment about the results. If competition is creating unnecessary issues, don’t compete—unless, like me, you signed a contract to compete in a television show. My girlfriend kicks my ass on the golf course. I hate it, but I have it under control. Sure I want to tamper with her clubs, but I’m not Kenny.”
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