“It was my birthday, I was interviewing her, and then… Nakutuban ko na, e. Na parang, when she was answering, ‘O, 'tapos..?’ Yung ganun. The usual [Osang].
“Maybe back then, they thought it will be such a cool idea to put you on the spot and to embarrass you and what not.
“Maybe, maybe… in hindsight.
“Parang ano, e... I felt more embarrassed for my production staff, because I was like, ‘Are you seriously going to make me go through this?’
“Parang bad mood siya, ‘tapos may mga questions na I was forced to ask.
“E, parang after four or five questions…’Ano ba ang mga tanong dito?’ 'tapos nag-walkout [na si Osang].
“It was supposed to put me on the spot.
“It made me, like, say to myself, ‘Seriously?’"
Hindi raw tuloy nagtagumpay ang production sa planong i-good time siya ng mga ito.
“What did they want me to do? Cry?
“And si Osang din, naawa rin siya, kasi wala akong maling ginagawa, e.
“'Tapos yung mga bad acting pa yung mga tao, ‘Naku, ano ang ginawa mo?’
“’You know I didn’t do anything. What are you talking about? I asked the questions that you asked me to ask to her,’” sabi raw niya sa nag-react na staff sa kunyaring pag-walkout ni Osang.
STRICTER GUIDELINES IN QUESTIONS? Sa palagay niya ba ay dapat nang magkaroon ng mas mahigpit na guidelines sa pagbibigay ng tanong sa isang talk show?
“At the end of the day, really, I think these questions really depend on how they were delivered,” sagot agad ni Paolo.