I liked the interviewers. They're obviously not professional interviewers, but they asked a lot of the questions that a normal person who is actually respectful of the sport, and wants to learn more about it, would ask. It's nice to hear an interview which doesn't focus on the drama of ice dance but rather the sport of it.Agree with @Rukia - the interviewer wasn't that great, but I did appreciate his enthusiasm and respect for the sport.
I don't think I knew before this interview that Christina's mom had been a figure skater too and that both their mothers followed the results of the other kid before they partnered up - I was left with an impression that their mothers realized they'd make a good team before they tried out.
They also both seem fairly confident that she'll have her US passport in time for 2026.
The dating question was an example of this -- it was more along the lines of "are you allowed to date your partner because couldn't that make maintaining a team relationship even more challenging." I could see someone wondering if there is a standard/convention/best practice in place to prevent dating for that reason, so it was a good question.