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Lisa Codrington & Michelle Mylett Interview: Letterkenny Season 11

Return to your favorite small Ontario town with Letterkenny season 11. The latest chapter of the hit Canadian sitcom finds the lovable community of hicks, skids, and hockey players once again dealing with the chaos of degens from up-country making their way south, influencers looking for a hot new spot to show off, and more.

Jared Keeso, creator and co-writer of Letterkenny, returns to lead the cast of season 11 alongside series vets Nathan Dales, Michelle Mylett, K. Trevor Wilson, Dylan Playfair, Andrew Herr, Dan Petronijevic, Melanie Scrofano, Jacob Tierney, Lisa Codrington, Kaniehtiio Horn, Kamilla Kowal, Evan Stern, Tyler Johnston, and Mark Forward. Even after surpassing the milestone of 10 seasons, Letterkenny season 11 shows no signs of the creatives behind the show slowing down as it remains just as funny as the day it launched.In honor of the show’s return, Screen Rant spoke exclusively with Codrington and Mylett to discuss Letterkenny season 11, Canada’s unique love of chips, getting emotional for the first real time on the series, and the possibility of a crossover with spin-off show Shoresy.

Michelle Mylett & Lisa Codrington on Letterkenny Season 11
K. Trevor Wilson, Lisa Codrington and Michelle Mylett in Letterkenny
Screen Rant: I’m excited to get to chat with you both again for Letterkenny. I love that the opening episode is all about breaking down chip flavors, it is a debate that I feel like no show has ever tackled in this serious of a manner. We’ll start with Lisa and then Michelle, what was it like putting together this bottle episode of you all arguing?

Lisa Codrington: It was a lot of fun, it was a blast, like I take chips very seriously. I love chips, so I am here for a very serious and silly, full-on debate about what’s the best chip flavor. I totally got it, there was no like, “What’s this like? Why do people eat chips?” I was like, “I’m here. I get this. No work required, let’s debate the chips.” [I’ve got] strong feelings, too.

Michelle Mylett: Yeah, it was nice to be all together for that whole day, and kind of bizarre that is the most emotion we’ve ever seen in Letterkenny between the characters, and it’s over chips, but I think it’s a real Canadian thing, too. We have a lot of crazy chip flavors up here, and we’re proud of our chips, which sounds sad, but I think it’s kind of true. It was a really fun day, it was sort of like shooting a play. We had a lot of extras there, and it was quite over the top, and I think I cried actual tears in a few of the takes over the dill pickle chips. So we really went there. Lisa Codrington: It was amazing, the tears over dill pickle. It was a moment, it was beautiful. Big tears.


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