Bevy Smith, radio host: "I bet you're a magnificent lover, very giving."
Milo Ventimiglia: "Yes, I love very deeply."
Sorry, what? If I'm not mistaken, I think Milo Ventimiglia just said he was a "magnificent lover." Actually, that's exactly he said. I mean, on a technical level, he said he "loved very deeply." There are many ways to interpret that statement. But we'll go with this one: Milo Ventimiglia agrees that he's a magnificent, giving lover.
Ventimiglia claimed that with his performance as Jack Pearson, the mustachioed patriarch on This Is Us, he's trying to represent "what men could be." (If all people could, in fact, be Milo Ventimiglia, this is very big news and I have some phone calls I need to make.) Now, how does one become like Jack Pearson? Or, for that matter, Milo Ventimiglia?
From Ventimiglia himself: "Just be a strong man, a good man, contribute to the world instead of taking away from it." (I want to add here that his language here is more a little problematic.) He continued, ""I think in that, you're going to attract a good mate. You're going to attract someone who loves you for who you are, [and] maybe not for just how your nose is placed in relation to your chin."
So, in summary: Milo Ventimiglia wants all men to contribute to the world, and also he agrees that he's a magnificent lover. Here's to hoping Ventimiglia continues to give such baffling interviews.