I went to the lounge area at Le Bernardin with this guy. You can bake in it, make pizzas in it, roast in it, and grill on it. I want them to make it blue for me, but they haven’t agreed to do that yet. I’m not a huge aficionado of grilling because I don’t like smelling like smoke after grilling. What’s your earliest food memory that really stands out for you?We each had places to go; he did not ask me to go with him to the second place. Then he just got up and said he had to run, and he ran out and didn’t pay! I steal American slices sometimes—in the plastic, it’s so horrible. I eat pickled herring as a late-night snack before I go to bed because it’s savory and good. I love squeezing it out of the tube and just eating calves' liverwurst. What’s the most surprising thing you’ve learned about Snoop Dogg as a person from working with him? I make up all the cocktails and I feed them to Snoop, who’s not really a drinker, so he gets totally drunk off of them. Do you care about whether or not the person is a good cook or keeps a clean house? It’s more like, how much time do I want to spend with that particular person? He had to go somewhere afterward, and I had to go somewhere after. Another one is to build the best fire and use the best grill you can afford. At my friend's house growing up they had white bread, which was so delicious, and we’d slather that with "sandwich spread"—mayonnaise with relish in it. There was also an Irish family that lived across the street, and I remember the baked potatoes that sat on top of the gas stove with a thick, insulated bottom.
When Martha asked—for the third time—if he would remove his specs, “Ray-Ban Man” said, “the more you ask, the more it won’t happen.” “Then there were things like when I said, ‘tell me about yourself, what do you do, etc.,’ he replied, ‘are we here to enjoy each other or interrogate each other?
"I mean, I don't understand what I'm saying, right?
" Nothing says "I'm interested" like existential, Sartre-driven prose.
The two of you have so many similarities it's scary. That’s such a great movie, and it’s one of the first movies where it co-stars a man and a woman and they are both equally funny. It’s usually just a man or then we got into this age of female-driven comedies.
Kaitlin Olson: Oh my God, can you call her and tell her that?! How about men and women can both be funny in the same scene together? But yeah, I would say that out there, but how are you guys similar?