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BenchedJeff Lahens (DressCode Boston) caught up with his friend actor Jay Harrington, star of the USA Network show Benched, for a quick interview on Twitter. Here’s a transcript of what the Boston area native is up to and what he thinks his character’s chances are in a TV pickup game of street basketball.

 

Jay Harrington retweeted a Tweet you were mentioned in:

Dec 29: TODAY, 1PM EST join the chat via ‪@styleboston w/ BOSTON’s own ‪@jayharrington3 of ‪@BenchedUSA ‪#styleboston ‪#BenchedUSA

Q: ‪@styleboston: what’s your relationship w/New England? ‪#BenchedUSA ‪#styleboston

A: Grew up in Wellesley Ma love to visit as often as possible U could say it’s a serious long dist 1

 

Q: Where do you live now?

A: Santa Monica, Calif.

 

Q: How do you rep ‪#Boston in LA and NYC?

A: .@RedSox trailer hitch on my truck

 

Q: We’ve learned that you’re a ‪@SyracuseU alumnus. What did you study?

A: drama ‪@SU_VPA ‪@SUDrama_VPA

 

Q: Where did you go to high school? What sports did you play?

A: Wellesley High, hockey

 

Q: Do you bleed Orange for @Cuse or Green for @Celtics? 🙂

A: #iamaceltic‪

 

Q: What character do you play ‪@BenchedUSA?

A: Phil Quinlan part attorney part gambler

 

Q: Tell us about ‪@BenchedUSA.

A: Honest look at life of public dfndrs,workplace ensemble comedy

 

Q: PHIL ‪@BenchedUSA vs HARVEY ‪@Suits_USA on the basketball court. Who wins?

A: Phil ‪#whosgotnext

 

Q: PHIL ‪@BenchedUSA vs JACK MCCOY in the court room. Who wins?

A: Sam Waterston ftw, but Phil at the bar

 

Q: When discussing fashionable cities, Boston is rarely mentioned. How do you feel about that?

A: #Boston has TONS of style! W/ so many diff universities and cultures repping individual tastes together in an amazing city!

 

Q: 
 What are 3 words to describe Phil’s style ‪@BenchedUSA?

A: last min, hungover chic

 

Q: Who are your style icons?

A: Cary Grant was the man #whosgotnext

 

Q: Who is the best looking man on TV right now?

A: Ted Danson & scrawny arms @RobLowe

 

Q: Favorite TV shows when you were growing up?

A: $6 Million Man, Family Ties, Batman w/ @TheRealAdamWest

 

Q: Name your favorite restaurants/bars in Boston?

A: Clark’s Faneuil Hall, @LibertyHotel

 

Q: What’s a must-see or must-do in Boston?

A: #FreedomTrail, #CapeCod, @RedSox #FenwayPark

 

Q: Who will the ‪@Patriots play in the Superbowl this year? 🙂

A: @Packers

 

Editor’s note: The last exchange prompted @RhettNFL to Tweet: The Pats are in the Super Bowl already??? To which Jay Harrington replied: My New Year’s Resolution – to be positive.

Have you ever worked for a company who can’t seem to get their business strategy down pat? Like they are moving in a million different directions and the pathway to success seems long and harried at best?

Perhaps they should have taken tips from the Stockholm law offices of Hannes Snellman. A place where clarity and, at the same time, aggression, screams at you from every angle. In a lovely contemporary way of course. Hey, if you’re going to defend someone, you might as well be clear about it, right?

Artist Ulf Rollof teamed up with Swedish rug manufacturer, Kashtall, to weave together a hand-tufted wool and linen billboard, stating their main objective: fight with passion, strategy, and audacious commitment. And they did it in three pieces measuring 30.5 feet x 48 feet.

I wonder if these honchos have any specific reading requirements?

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