"We Need A Bigger Well Of Fug To Pull From"
J: And she seems so delightful.
H: She was so great. It's so nice to see someone who's not so blasé about the Oscars. Get over yourselves, everybody else.
WC: Plus she wasn't favoured to win, so she must have been that much more in shock.
J: I thought all the winners seemed legitimately thrilled this year. When Reese Witherspoon won, as much as I actually really like her, her "heartfelt emotion" speech felt rehearsed.
H: It was very much "This is my moment that I deserve."
J: She's a better actress than that, so it should have felt natural and it did not. Marion Cotillard's speech felt really natural, so I loved that.
WC: I also didn't love Reese Witherspoon's dress that year.
H: No, I didn't either. It was like something that someone designed for her daughter's Barbie. Like there was a matching Reese Barbie at home playing with Ava.
WC: It looked like a wedding cake.
J: It was no yellow revenge dress.
WC: And that's a strapless she really wore the hell out of.
J: The "F You Ryan Phillippe" dress.
WC: It fit her like a dream.
H: I saw it with straps at Fred Segal. It's $3500.
J: So we bought four. [laughs]
H: And then I wept gently, and cradled it, and backed out the door so Security wouldn't kick me out.
WC: Now, let's talk about something serious, a little bit. Let's talk about politics.
J: Oh, politics!
WC: I think Oprah is wearing the wrong bra size again. Discuss.
J: I think Oprah has a lot of clothing issues that people don't really talk about because she's Oprah and they're scared of her. But I'm with you, I have to say.
WC: I feel like, if you're going to be out on the campaign trail, get properly fitted.
J: Oprah, don't you watch What Not To Wear?
WC: Oprah, don't you watch your own show? They have a bra show every six months.
H: Oprah, you've got a show right now about giving people money to then give away -- couldn't you give part of that to a bra fitter?