I’m the one who should’ve hired someone else to clean my hotel room

A recent interview with the executive producer of the popular Adult Swim show Adult Swim’s The Expanse revealed that she was told to clean a room she was assigned by the show’s showrunner, Greg Nicotero, to host, and she wasn’t happy about it.

As reported by Entertainment Weekly, the interview happened in February when Nicotera and his wife were at a conference in Los Angeles.

They were asked to clean out the offices of the executive producers and showrunners at a New York hotel room and were told they were working as housekeepers.

The host was to be a part of the team cleaning out the room, and he said that they needed someone to handle that job.

“We just want to get this cleaned up,” the host said.

“There’s a lot of stuff that needs to be cleaned up.

We’re all busy.””

It’s not like we’re trying to clean it up, but we’re not getting it done,” the executive executive producer said.

The hosts were given the option of taking the job elsewhere or simply not doing it at all.

They also were told that they had to use their discretion when cleaning up the room.

The hosts were also told they had a responsibility to get the room cleaned up, and they could not take the job if they were “a mess,” or were “gross.”

According to the interview, the host also said, “I don’t like cleaning.

I don’t really like it.

I hate cleaning.”

When asked if they should have hired someone who wasn’t as clean-minded, the executive said, “”I think if you’ve ever been to the movies and you’ve seen the movie ‘Dirty Dancing,’ you’re pretty sure you know who’s going to clean that room up.

I think it’s the same.

I’m not going to lie, if I’m doing something like that, you’re going to get a lot more work out of me, but I’m also a very responsible person.

I have a lot on my plate, so I don`t really feel like I should have a chance to get in the way of that.

“The hosts weren’t alone.

In addition to the hosts being told to go find a new cleaning job, the showrunner was told not to let his co-hosts go on vacation, which the hosts didn’t agree to.

They said they weren’t allowed to go on a vacation for three months, and were only allowed to work on the show while the rest of the crew was at work.

The co-showrunners had to take a break after they cleaned up the hotel room, as well as the hosts.

The showrunner said he was surprised by the executive’s attitude toward the hosts and said he told the hosts that they were being paid to do their job.

I feel like they’re really not very understanding about what their job is,” the hosts’ co-executive producer, Chris Moody, told the outlet. “

I told them I would have been more willing to leave if they’d come with me, and I would’ve been more open to a conversation with them about whether we could work with them in the future,” the show runner said.

“I feel like they’re really not very understanding about what their job is,” the hosts’ co-executive producer, Chris Moody, told the outlet.

“They feel like we were being given the task of cleaning up a room.

And it’s really not what their show is about.

They feel like if we’re going out, we should just do it.

They’re not doing a job for us.

They just want us to do it.”

Moody told Entertainment Weekly that he thinks the hosts were being asked to do a “bait-and-switch job” by the network and that it’s important for them to speak up about it, but he’s not willing to be part of a show that’s “doing this to themselves.”

“I don`m willing to go out on a limb and say I don´t like cleaning,” Moody said.

The host has since left the show.

“The Expanse” airs Sundays at 9 p.m.

ET on Adult Swim.