Big Time Rush Meets Ned’s Declassified Quarantine Survival Guide

Courtesy: Nickelodeon

If you remember Big Time Rush, then you know who Kendall Schmidt is. Schmidt played the role of Kendall Knight in the popular Nickelodeon series.

Schmidt has an IGTV series on Instagram, called “Koffee With Kendall”. He checks in with his fans, while talking to them about what’s going on in his life, as well as in today’s society. 

Recently, he posted an episode that featured none other than the star of Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide: Devon Werkheiser. Werkheiser was there to provide tips on how to survive this quarantine.

He starts off by saying that self care is a very important part of the quarantine survival guide. “It’s hard because of so much anxiety and uncertainty, but rest. Rest, rest, rest. Drink water, learn to meditate. It’s really important to ground yourself in the present moment, and the best way that I know how to is by meditating, breathing exercises, and working out.” 

Schmidt mentions that fans have written to him, promising that Werkheiser has all of the great tips to survive this dark time. 

That’s when Werkheiser admitted that he feels almost identical to his former on screen character, Ned Bigby. “I booked the role as a kid, but as I grew up, I think I became Ned Bigby. It’s strange, man.” 

Schmidt then went on to ask about Werkheiser’s music, to which he gushed about his new single release, “Miles.” 

They closed out the livestream, by playing a game that Schmidt created, called “This or that: Quarantine Survival Edition.” The game works by choosing one of two items to store in your house during the quarantine. 

There were some food choices, canned fish options, etc. However, the one that caused a bit of a humorous discussion was the “toilet paper or baby wipes” question. Werkheiser chose toilet paper, and then it turned into a discussion with Schmidt about how baby wipes would accumulate a “poopy trash can”. 

It’s great to see past Nickelodeon cast members reuniting, during these trying time. 

Published by Monica Ring

Screenwriter/Journalist with a passion for storytelling

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