It was eaten, and actually, like I said, Mirna and I, we settled our differences over a piece of cake with your face on it, so.
Oh, thank God.
So what can I tell you? It's peace in the valley.
Wow. Thank God. Thank God it was eaten. It would have been a waste. It was a beautiful cake.
Well, it was getting cut up at, I think, about 2:00 in the morning, so definitely people kept their hands off of it for a long time, but somebody came over and, just kind of, I don't know, popped it into the...they were all kind of gathered around watching, because first I was sitting around talking to Colin and Christie, and that sort of drew a crowd, because they're always wondering whether people are going to throw drinks on me and stuff like that.
[At this point, Phil and I engage in a boring web-site-related technical discussion in which we ascertain that neither of us knows what we're talking about. Hee. All you need to know is that you should visit him at his new show's site and see all the nifty stuff over there.]
I went by your site; that's pretty spiffy.
Yeah, you know, we're putting some work into it, and it's just my own web site. But I'm trying to...I'm going to do some episode descriptions, and put in some funny -- like, I was at a wrestling school with one guy who wanted to fulfill his dream to become a wrestler. And there's a guy there called "Intellectual" Arch Kincaid, and he and I kind of went at each other a little bit, just, you know, having fun. And it didn't make the cut of the show, but it's really funny. So we're going to post some stuff like that.
I think that's a good idea.
Just some stupid funny stuff.
Well, people like to go and see extra stuff.
I think it's good. And apparently, CBS got me to do those pieces for the thing [he is talking about Phil's Diaries on the CBS Insider, which I know from "pieces for the thing," because Phil and I speak each other's unspoken language fluently], and it's the first time they've ever had their on-air people do that. And they said that it was hugely popular. That and my photographs, which I don't know if...whatever. So they're like, "Keep doing them, because people are going to them."...I'm like, "Okay."
Well, I think people are very eager for extra info. They start to get in there and they feel like they want to have a little better idea of...you know, what REALLY happened. Especially when there's so much going on. But anyway. So tell me about your new show.