The Bayless Brothers: A Distant Bond

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘SKIP BAYLESS on brother RICK BAYLESS: “We were never close.”‘ by Really Famous with Kara Mayer Robinson

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The speaker had a difficult childhood, distant relationship with his successful brother, despised working with him, had a traumatic altercation, distant relationship with siblings, struggling alcoholic mother who turned her life around, mixed feelings about her, complicated relationship with brother but still proud, attributes success to tough upbringing.

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  • The speaker had a difficult childhood, with a father who was mean and unsupportive.
  • The speaker's brother, Rick Bayless, became a successful restaurateur in Chicago.
  • The speaker and his brother were not close growing up due to their differences in interests.
  • The speaker worked in a barbecue restaurant with his brother, but despised it.
  • The speaker had a traumatic experience with his brother involving hot barbecue cookers and a physical altercation.
  • After the altercation, the speaker never spoke to his brother again.
  • The speaker's mother struggled with alcoholism and had multiple failed relationships.
  • The speaker and his siblings did not have a close relationship, and they each dealt with their struggles independently.
  • The speaker's mother eventually found help through Alcoholics Anonymous and turned her life around.
  • After the mother passed away, the speaker had mixed feelings about her, considering her lack of love and support during his childhood.
  • The speaker has a complicated relationship with his brother but still cares for him and roots for his success.
  • The speaker is proud of his brother's achievements in the restaurant industry, including being recognized by Barack Obama.
  • The speaker attributes his own success and toughness to his difficult upbringing.
  • Note: This transcript only provides snippets of an individual's personal experiences and emotions. It does not cover the entire content or context of the video.

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Transcript

Interviewer: I cried because it got me because of all we went through, but it’s hard to have love for her when she had very little for me because I was unloved. And you’re the oldest of a brother and a sister? She’s not with us anymore. Oh, I’m sorry. Lost her to breast cancer, but anyway. I’m sorry. But my brother lives in Chicago and is a big restaurateur in Chicago, and he won in this because the two of us were forced to work in the little hole-in-the-wall barbecue restaurant, and I despised it. And my brother literally, so to speak, ate it up. Your brother is Rick Bayless, just to be clear, because a lot of people are so surprised when they hear that you’re brothers.
Skip Bayless: Okay. We were never close because I love sports and he did not, so we had zero in common, but he went that direction. So the best thing that ever happened to him was what was called the Hickory House was the name of the little restaurant. It was a joint. It was a barbecue joint. And it was a springboard for him because my father just let him start cooking. He would cook the ribs and he would do everything. And then I had to even do French fries. I would have to chop it up. I was doing everything, all the junk work. You know, I was doing the little stuff and he was doing the big stuff.
Interviewer: So, but only once did I ask my father about ribs because they were very proud of whatever their sauce was. I hated ribs. In fact, I can’t tell you how many nights I came home from basketball or baseball practice and my mother would just leave ribs in the oven on low because she didn’t cook. And so it’d be like I would have what came from the Hickory House. And so I grew up on ribs and I never liked them particularly, but at one point he was taking me home one night and he was pretty drunk because he would get a big vodka and coke to take home. I don’t know how we didn’t have a wreck, but we didn’t. And there were no seatbelts worn at this time. But that was how crazy my father was.
Interviewer: Right. So he had like no judgment at all.
Skip Bayless: No judgment. No. And was he mean to you also?
Interviewer: He just wanted me badly to fail because he knew I was smarter than he was from the

This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘SKIP BAYLESS on brother RICK BAYLESS: “We were never close.”‘ by Really Famous with Kara Mayer Robinson