"You've gotta really rub a piece of coal to make a diamond"
I can't wait. I hope they both happen for you.
You never know!
Well, I think that's it for the questions I have, so if you don't mind, I have some questions from the forums.
Go for it.
Okay. Tell us your real feelings about 7th Heaven.
Well, first of all, everybody I've ever met who's worked on the show is darling. And it helped build the network that built my career, so I really can't begrudge a show that helped launch a network that launched me. The other thing is that TV is about all shapes and sizes, and I'm a fan of any show that parents and kids can watch together -- you know, people get so isolated in their homes, and anything that's gonna get them to sit in front of a screen together is good. I think they tried to take on, in their own way, some daring topics, so...I'm a supporter of the show across the board.
Uh huh. Good answer. All right: Death match. Patch vs. Treat.
Why are you doing this to me? I don't think I can answer that question!
You have to answer.
Okay. One of the writers used to say that he always fought dirty as a kid because he knew he wouldn't last long, and I think Patch would probably fit into that mold as someone who would fight dirty and fast, so I think he would probably win. Like the dorky kid you get into a fight with in high school who's not afraid to stab you with a pen, because he knows he's not going to be able to take you out in other ways? He's like that.
All right. Death match: Amy vs. Bright.
Amy. Without a doubt. That's an easy one.
Okay. Ruthie from 7th Heaven vs. Delia.
Please! Vivien Cardone? She's from New York. Didn't you see Delia take on Magilla?
I did. Last one. Death match: AB Chao vs. Greg Berlanti.
Oh, AB. By far. I'm a big pussy.
I'm five feet tall!
[laughs] It doesn't matter! ...That's from my high school experience. Inside a locker.
Now that's where Everwood came from.
Well, I think I'm done here.
I actually have to race off to a dinner. This was awesome. Thank you so much for what you meant to the show, and to everybody involved. This was a perfect send-off.
Are you kidding? Thank you.
Take care, kiddo. Bye.