So the laughs had to come from the character, not because we had balloons in our shirts or were speaking in high voices. That was very important to us.
I can't explain it, but spiritually it makes sense - though I don't understand how it does make sense.
Of course Toronto might as well be Buffalo, because we get each other's TV.
Well... Actually I got picked because I was the only one who fit the wedding gown - they had my size.
You know, I've never seen South Park, just by coincidence.
Oh, completely liberating because even if you don't do a woman right, you just have to put on high heels a wig, a bra and a dress, and I feel liberated.
We end the show with something that's never been on TV because it was too big for a sketch but we couldn't stretch it out to make a whole episode because it would have been too long, but we always thought it was really good.
I would also would have liked the part of the Bus Driver.
And we know Bruce Campbell from way back, so that was a lot of fun.
Anything that was perverse and silly would be Kids in the Hall.
He sort of gets comic moments. Not a lot of directors do.
I feel that I'm sort of playing me but more feminine, and to me more feminine means smarter.
I had to learn how to drive because I didn't drive in Toronto.
We always thought that we'd go on from the show to have a career in movies.
We never thought the first movie would bomb.
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