It’s one thing to struggle with the wind and rough terrain in an unfamiliar area. On the set of “The Wonder” blow he also had to contend with another unstable element: sheep. “Late Night” host told Seth Meyers about an embarrassing encounter with sheep:
“When I was working outside, we would shoot in these little villages where people come and visit, and the fans would come and wait like, ‘It’s exciting, there’s a movie set.’ One day, probably 50 to 60 people were waiting near the barriers and I had a very simple scene where I had to cross “Walk across the road like this. Just walk. But the facial expressions are really intense. And the sheep didn’t move out of the way as I walked past this sheep. So I patted the bum gently and that sheep said, ‘Rrrr!’ Then another sheep next to him shouted, ‘Rrrr!’ Then that sheep hit me. I rolled over the sheep and went straight into a barn. It was all muddy.”
To escape the embarrassment and the shooting in general, Pugh would uncompress with “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” when he returned home. This may be the healthiest of coping mechanisms for tiring days. However, anyone who decides to venture into a livestock area, be careful. These animals do what they want, when they want.