‘Bucket & Skinner’s Epic Adventures’ is back on Nickelodeon with all new episodes! With a new episode airing this Saturday, what better way to celebrate than with interviews with the stars of the show?
Aloe is the jerk on the show. Glenn McCuen on the other hand is a great guy. We already know that he hangs out with his co-stars on a regular basis. So how was he to talk to? Check it out below!
Fanlala: What do you like most about your character Aloe on ‘Bucket & Skinner’?
Glenn McCuen: I once got a tweet from a fan that said that after watching the show, they think I was kind of like Aloe, and I don’t want to be like him. He’s mean! So I guess what I like about Aloe is that if people can recognize that they’re like him, they can totally find ways to not be like him.
F: It must feel great being a part of the Nickelodeon family. Do you have any favorite Nick shows new or old?
GM: I really enjoyed the classics, ‘All That’, ‘Rugrats’, ‘Ren & Stimpy’, ‘Catdog’. I watched them all like crazy when I was younger.
F: Bucket, Skinner, and Kelly are all great surfers. If you could become instantly good at any sport, which would you pick, and why?
GM: Soccer is just a really fun sport that I’d like to become a lot better at. And definitely basketball, because I’m not a really tall person. I’d like to get a lot better at that as well.
F: You’ve gotten to show off both your surfing and gymnastic skills on ‘Bucket & Skinner’. Are there any other talents you’d like to show off on the show?
GM: I just want Aloe to show some more dance moves. I’d definitely like to show off my skills with musical instruments like the ukulele. Sword fighting too, you really never know what’s coming next on ‘Bucket & Skinner’.
F: Can you tell us about your charity work with “Let Them Play”?
GM: Yes, a lady once approached me at an event, it’s a charity about getting kids to play sports and be active. They try and get them into different things. It was all about getting me to teach kids a different sport. These charities inspire kids to chase their dreams. I grew up in Louisiana with no way to work on my gymnastics. My parents moved to Texas where there was a gym for me to work on my sport. I want to inspire kids to believe and dream big.
Stick with Fanlala for details on upcoming episodes of ‘Bucket & Skinner’s Epic Adventures’. And don’t forget to check out our other interviews with the Ashley Argota, Tiffany Espensen, Dillon Lane, and Taylor Gray!