So, you know, it was a big collaboration and I just kind of gave them direction.
TWoP: I'm sorry, but my editor will kill me if I don't ask you: Do you still say fierce?
CS: Not really.
TWoP: I didn't think so.
CS: I do sometimes, like if it's really, really good. But... I mostly...
TWoP: You're over it.
CS: I'm over it. I say fabulous a lot. It comes out probably the same, but I guess after seeing myself on the show when it's edited that it's so much, I don't really notice myself saying it anymore.
TWoP: Have you been watching the new season of Runway?
CS: A little bit, here and there. I don't have cable in my new apartment.
CS: I know! So that's been my issue because, well, two reasons: A) I will watch TV every single day, and never get anything done, and B) I just never have time to call the cable people.
TWoP: Umm, that's what boyfriends are for.
CS: Yeah, I know, right? That slacker! He's slacking! No, actually my assistant's been calling every single day but we're having technical problems. I watch online, I try to keep up with the Runway blogs and all that crap. I don't know about this season though.
TWoP: I don't either. Certainly the personalities aren't as exciting as last season's. Do you think Blayne's whole "-licious" thing is him trying to be you?
CS: It is. Yep. Waddup! It's stupid. I mean, the thing is, maybe he does say "-licious" a lot, but I just don't believe that's a type of word that you can just say, and fierce is just something that people just say all the time.
TWoP: To me it just looks like he thought, "Oh, this guy had a catchphrase; I want one too."
CS: Yes! And I've done so much with it. And the thing about this season is like, OK, it's the fifth season, and it came so close after my season, they watched.