On the set of The Santa Clauses, Tim Allen’s co-star has been described as’so f***ing unpleasant’.

The Santa Clauses’ second season is now available to stream onDisney+, and opinions have been, to put it mildly, divided.

In the spin-off, which is based on the beloved television series, Allen plays Santa Claus, aka Scott Calvin.

Several well-known characters from the movies, such as Elizabeth Mitchell and Eric Lloyd, who are now grown and playing Charlie Calvin, Scott’s son, are also included in the series.

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Although one actor isn’t exactly Allen’s greatest fan. He is still highly regarded for his roles in the beloved Christmas film and Toy Story in particular.

Speaking on the most recent edition of her podcast B*tch Sesh, co-star Casey Wilson says her interactions with Allen haven’t always been the nicest.

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The Happy Endings star claimed that Tim Allen was “such a b*tch.” “It was the worst, truly single worst experience I’ve ever had with a co-star ever.”

Wilson clarified on the podcast that she does not exactly make frequent appearances. As anyone who has seen The Santa Clauses would know.

“This is fun, this is one for the kids,” the actor remarked, referring to the reason she featured in the Disney+ show’s pilot episode. “My kids loved the movies, and the producer is a great friend of mine.”

Wilson claimed that she was annoyed by a specific scenario in which Allen was involved. Saying, “It’s just me and Tim Allen, and I’m supposed to throw things at him, I think he’s a burglar.”

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“So he’s coming down the chimney, obviously as Santa, and I am woken up thinking there’s an intruder. It was basically like a home invasion scene, ultimately.”

She proceeded, saying, “And so I’m screaming and throwing things at him, and he just walks over to the producer, who is standing four feet away from me, and he goes, and I can almost hear him. ‘You gotta tell her to stop stepping on my lines.'” With a horrified expression on his face, the producer approaches me and says, “Tim would like you to stop stepping on his lines.”

She said in closing, “Everyone around him seemed to be treading carefully, and everyone just appeared stressed.”

And he was so f***ing rude once he was finished. Never spoke, never made eye contact. It was really uncomfortable.”


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