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I have already timestamped the link.
Just wondering if the last part is correct. I guess "staging" the tone of the interview kind of makes sense, but it's an expression I haven't come across and I'm thinking maybe I heard wrong. The giggling doesn't exactly help, either. Can anyone give this part a quick listen and confirm?If I'm talking to someone and it's not going anywhere, from now on I'm just going to cut to that in a box... do that now, just, we are just going to cut to it, and uh, yeah, and suddenly, (2:17) the whole tone of the interview is staged.
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He says "the whole tone of the interview is changed". Because he's laughing a little when he says it, the "ch" isn't very pronounced but it's what he says. It makes perfect sense grammatically too.
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