Rob Hensley, writer of Leo's Love Story and Death, Life, and a Creme-Filled Center, recently went on "On the Set with Jasper Cole" to talk about his many projects and naturally, Fayette County was bound to come up.
Here's one we can all identify with: sneaking in to the drive-in. I've done my fair share of lying motionless under blankets in the back of a van. I've even helped friends climb into the trunk. And by the way, drive-ins are dying out and Fayette County is lucky enough to have to that both show double features. Sometimes, you get lucky and those features are actually in the same genre. Bridesmaids and The Hangover 2 was a winner. Plus sometimes you find drugs but we'll talk about that later. Sometimes you also get yelled at for "disturbing other customers" when it's 1 AM and no one else stayed to watch 300.
Check out Rob's chatting below. It's kind of long, but it's funny and Rob discusses Leo's Love Story a little more in depth. I swear I'll read it some day.