Pedro Pascal explains why people want him to drink their saliva

Why Does Pedro Pascal Think That People Want Him To Drink Their Saliva?

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By Rima Pundir on June 17, 2023 at 10:00 PM EDT

Pedro Pascal may be the Internet's favorite "daddy" for now, with his red-hot-shorts debut on the red carpet, but for now, his bromance with "Beef" star Steven Yeun is lighting the fan's imaginations on fire! There is talk of eating, drinking, and nailing, but most of all, Pascal feels people want him to drink their saliva. We have to know more!

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Steven Yeun & Pedro Pascal Connect Over Video Games

Pedro Pascal celebrate bromance with Steven Yeun
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"Beef" star Steven Yeun and Pedro Pascal from "The Last of Us" connected over a Variety interview, making for an unlikely pairing that goes as smoothly as Tequila with lime.

The two start chatting about Pascal's show, and he admits, "I didn't know anything about the game. The first things that came to me were the scripts written by Craig Mazin. I was like, 'This story is amazing.' And my nephews were like, 'It's a video game, you idiot!'"

At this, Yeun told Pascal that when "The Last of Us" game came out, he played it for 12 hours straight, given that he was also shooting for "The Walking Dead" at the time. Yeun recalls playing the game till he was nearly catatonic and then telling his co-workers that he "experienced something."

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Pascal and Yeun soon set up a mutual appreciation society, telling each other how much they admired their respective role plays.

While Yeun felt Pascal was "gracious" in the way he fell into his characters, Pascal felt Yeun was a "star" and how he'd been "drinking it in" after.

Here's a little peek:

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Fans loved the two together, leaving plenty of appreciative comments on their Instagram posts:

"The last of us and Beef. Two of the best shows this year."

"Smash wait what was the question? WHAT WAS THE QUESTION?"

"The men of the apocalypse."

"You both had your heads split open so Iā€™m sure you 2 have a lot in common."

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Pedro Pascal Gives Graphic Description Of Saliva

Pedro Pascal explains why people want him to drink their saliva

Since Steven Yeun stars in "Beef," a series that focuses on road rage, the conversation soon shifted, and Pascal admitted he just had a road rage incident, although he acknowledged it was his fault.

Said "The Mandalorian" star, "Yesterday was a day. It was my fault. I've had three incidents, and they've all been my fault. I cut somebody off, and I look over, and there's a big glob of saliva ā€” like visual effects put it there, man ā€” just dripping down the side of the passenger window. And my sister was like, 'F--k!'"

Yeun reacted with a "Holy shit!" asking Pascal if someone "hocked a hard loogie" at him. When Pascal acknowledged that the other guy spat at him, Yeun wanted to know what happened next.

Said Pascal, "I was in shock. It didn't trigger any rage out of me. It humbled me and shocked me, scared me a little bit, and disturbed me."

He then said, "They want me to drink in their saliva. It made me feel guilty. I was like, 'Gosh, people are going through shit.'

Trust Pascal to see the gentle side of people, even when they are hocking at him.

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From 'The Mandalorian' To 'Spider-Verse 3'?

Oscar Isaac wants to see Pedro Pascal in Spider-Verse 3
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For fans who want to see more of him, his stint on "The Mandalorian" is no longer him in the armor, as he recently admitted that his body could no longer take the stress of being in costume on set. We only hear his voice as Din Djarin, with stunt performers and body doubles appearing as the bounty hunter on location.

While he was supposed to show his face at the Season 3 finale, date clashes from "The Last of Us" got in between.

Meanwhile, Oscar Issac recently disclosed whom he would like to see voicing a character in the upcoming film "Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse," after he said the nature of Miguel O'Hara (Spider-Man 2099) in "Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse."

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Isaac would love to see Pedro Pascal in the upcoming Spider-Verse film and even felt he knew what the "Narcos" star should sound like, "He should be a Spider-Person, like a cranky, old Spider-Person."

Yes, please.

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