Do you ever have any kind of drama or a dilemma in an episode?
Holly: There’s a lot of work-related stuff. They’ll show Oscar at the office. That’ll be some of the more serious points. Dilemma? We all have some kind of drama in our lives.
Holly: I mean there are some things. When you’re dealing with somebody who’s beloved and famous, there are always challenges that come with it. He’s still running a major corporation. I would say a lot of the drama in the show could possibly come from that. Also, you never know what can come up he has six children, and so there’s the family aspect. [laughs]
Oscar: That’s another job.
Holly: Right. All different ages. A lot of exes on his end. I’m 15 years younger than Oscar, so there’s an age gap.
Oscar: We sometimes have a little drama with that because she can’t keep up with me. [laughs]
Holly: I’ve lived in Vegas for a couple years. I kind of twisted his arm a bit. I miss Vegas. It’s a party place. But the show will capture the essence of suburbia, and building our own home. The house is actually like a tribute to him.
Almost like almost a boxing museum.
Holly: He practically built Las Vegas with boxing.
Oscar: Thank you. It’s going to be pretty cool.
Holly: He’s the most humble person in the world. I wanted a Golden Boy statue outside. He said no. I’m shocked. [laughs]
Holly: His title belts will be displayed there. We want to actually have seats from the MGM—like a little boxing ring in the house. We know our roles very well in the relationship, and we both stay in our lane there. I do know how to handle him. Everybody else told me that he would be very difficult and I’m like…
Oscar: I’m not! [laughs]
Holly: He’s the most fun, the kindest and the most thoughtful person. Maybe when he was younger, maybe he was a little tougher to deal with.
Oscar: I think as men, you calm down as you get older. You see what’s more important in life.
Holly: You think you’re calm now?
Oscar: Ok. I haven’t calmed down. [laughter]
You prioritize a little differently as you get older.
Oscar: You understand what’s important in life. What makes you happy.
Holly: What makes you better, too.
Oscar: Yes. And who makes me better.