Well, you know, a couple more recaps here, a couple of Mondo Extras there...you know, I'll see what I can do. I think that, right now, it's more like I really don't feel like spending another $175 on a second air conditioner. Like, I'd rather go to New York, you know?
I mean, right now, it's basically, like, ninety degrees just in this living room. I was gonna try and work it so I could do this interview in my bedroom, in my underwear, but I didn't think you'd appreciate that.
That shows you how little you know me -- I would one hundred percent appreciate it! I've had business conversations in my bathtub!
I've got a cordless phone; they don't know where the hell I am.
Well, that's true.
And here's the part where Robin and I discuss some ongoing Hollywood business that, really, has nothing to do with this interview (not that the previous portion did either, but, you know...) and we were both sort of giving forth opinions on stuff and people and, really, it's nothing that should be printed here because, really, we kind of went OFF on things and, while I enjoyed it thoroughly, it can only be considered as a "private" conversation and, you know, it's none of your business. Hee.
I think the show I'm assigned to next is The Agency. It's got Gil Bellows from Ally. I don't know much about it, but Sars just asked if I wanted to do it and she's all, "Dude, it's an hour. Can you handle it?" And then I'm all, "Dude. I just did an American High recap that's thirteen pages long! It's a twenty-two minute show!" I'm not sure I can do it.
[laughing] But you know what? I guarantee you won't have as much to say about the hour as...you know, the thing is, I think it has to be good for you to have ANYTHING to say about it. That's how I feel about it. When somebody has me read one of their screenplays, if it sucks, I literally have nothing to say. And if it's pretty good, but needs work, I just have TONS to say. It's the clarity of vision that just gives you a bunch of ideas.
No, you're absolutely right.
And you always did a really good job of nailing us when, generally, anything you made fun of, we sort of already knew, but that's why we thought it was funny.
That's why. Because it was the funniness of identification.
Well, not the funniness of identification as much as...you know, it wasn't mean-spirited. You clearly really liked the show, and yet, just like everything in life, you're swinging for the fences, but sometimes you hit a foul, or you hit a double! That's the best you can do at the time. But I think we were pretty aware when we hit something, but you know...it's like the guy who played "Quentin," Kohl Sudduth, was such a doll, as a human being, and you kept ragging on him in your recaps! You kept calling him "Hairless" and stuff! [laughing] And it was sort of --