Melissa McCarthy And Ben Falcone Take ‘Nerve Wracking’ Painting Class With Bob Ross’ Son


Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone got some “happy painting” in.


The couple took a virtual painting class with Bob Ross’ son Steve, which was of course not without its jokes as even Steve told Falcone his painting looked like a “forest fire.”


“Should I be breaking a sweat?” McCarthy said laughing in a clip for Netflix. “Does that say something about my cardiovascular health?”


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Worried about how they were coming across, McCarthy said, “My arm is killing me! Are we your wimpiest students?”


Steve said they weren’t but McCarthy told him how “nerve-wracking” the experience was.


“Well, every time I have a happy accident, I learn something from that. You start to discover that you almost want to have one, because it teaches you something that you didn’t know before,” Steve told them.


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“The times I’ve bombed the worst is when I’ve learned the most,” McCarthy said but it was Falcone who continued with the jokes.


“I’ve never bombed. Everything I did was perfect, but I’ll let you know if I ever struggle,” he said.


At the end of the 6 minute video, McCarthy and Falcone had pretty decent pink and blue sunrise paintings at a lake so good that Steve thought he should take lessons from the “Spy” star.