Tom Brady says cameo in Netflix series ‘taken out of context’

US actor Paul Rudd and Irish actress Aisling Bea arrive for the season one premiere of Netflix's

"Living With Yourself" On Netflix Canada Is Being Called Paul Rudd's "Best Performance"

Since the mid-90s, Paul Rudd has been a constant presence on both big and small screens.

Twice the Paul Rudd is twice as nice, obviously; however the two versions of his character cause quite the chaos in Living With Yourself, especially given that the double-up is a wholly unintended development.

Today, October 18, a new series called Living with Yourself hit Netflix. When Miles hears about a simple spa treatment that will boost his mood, he decides to book an appointment in hopes of turning his life around. "We had a few ideas, but it looked like Tom Brady and then everyone".

In the dinghy backroom of a largely abandoned strip mall, Miles drifts off with the sound of Enya's "Orinoco Flow" and the frantic argument about faulty gas between the two spa attendants.

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When he was asked where he learned this skill, Rudd simply replied, I don't know, but I am glad I did. Brady plays himself, and the fact that a six-time Super Bowl winning quarterback is using the spa is what eventually convinces Miles to go in. Rudd has primarily been focused on movies as of late, but his most recent project is a Netflix original TV series, and it's receiving some seriously great reviews. Although the new and improved version of Miles couldn't be happier, the old version is still hanging around.

Apparently, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady isn't afraid to bite the hand that feeds him.

"I think there's a lot of things that are taken out of context, that you choose to make a headline of as opposed to understanding what it's about, " Brady said on Saturday afternoon at Gillette Stadium.

The context of the clip is that Brady was being cloned, and the massage parlor was used as a front for the facility.

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In "Living with Yourself", Paul Rudd plays a guy in a rut who goes to a mysterious and expensive spa. I binge-watched all eight episodes as soon as it was available.

How would you feel if you woke up one day to discover that you've been replaced by a more charming and successful doppelganger?

Here's a massive life-tip - if you think something is too good to be true, it usually is. But based on the tight, intricate way the first season cleverly unspools, Netflix, and viewers, should have ample incentive to live with the series at least a little longer.

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