“’I hope mom and dad don’t come in,’” he said mockingly, joking about how he tries "to keep things spicy at home." “'Make sure the door is locked, sis,’” he continued, before shaking his head at the ladies, who couldn’t stop laughing at the scenario he implanted in their minds.“I feel like I’ve fallen into an endless pit,” Krause said.If a movie happens, Kelly says it will be "complex and really profound" as the family copes with the patriarch's death.On a lighter note, the actress also revealed that she basically set up Lauren Graham and Glamour: What would you love to see, hypothetically, if a movie were to come to fruition?Bishop says, “She doesn’t remember this, but a long time ago, we were talking about the latest unworthy person.She is a very bright woman, and I always thought the guys she was going out with weren’t smart enough for her…
Now if we ever get a movie, it's going to have to weigh heavily on my character and depending on how close to his death that it takes place.
Like the twisted junction between his personal and professional lives.
“It’s interesting to see that you’re real-life girlfriend plays your sister,” Hoda noted, referring to actress Lauren Graham. “Wowza, Krause-a.” Krause, who has been dating Graham for about four years, said there's never any confusion off set. We don’t call each other by our character’s names at home or anything,” he said. " But then Krause gave the ladies what they wanted, slipping into his "boyfriend" role.
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA - MAY 19: Actors Lauren Graham (L) and Peter Krause attend the Emmy screening for NBC's 'Parenthood' at the Leonard H.
Goldenson Theatre on May 19, 2011 in North Hollywood, California.