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Romance like a ghost escapes touching; it is always where you are not, not where you are. The interview or conversation was prose at the time, but it is poetry in the memory.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
I suppose one has a greater sense of intellectual degradation after an interview with a doctor than from any human experience.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Never wear a backward baseball cap to an interview unless applying for the job of umpire.More [07/30/2005 12:07:00]
Ron Burgundy: Let's go to Brian Fantana who's live on the scene with a Channel 4 News exclusive. Brian?
Brian Fantana: Panda Watch! The mood is tense; I have been on some serious, serious reports but nothing quite like this. I uh... Ching... King is inside right now. I tried to get an interview with him, but they said no, you can't do that he's a live bear, he will literally rip your face off.
[to the Panda]
Brian Fantana: Hey, you're making me look stupid! Get out of here, Panda Jerk!More [08/28/2005 12:08:00]
I am very excited that my music and career will be showcased on XM. Through the years I have always tried to find new ways to present my music and my story to my fans. I'm excited to explore this long-form interview concept and bring something unique and different to the table with this six-part series on XM. It's nice to look back, even [for me], at the whole thing. It's a great reflection.More [03/20/2006 12:03:00]
I was 11 and always watched TV and cartoons and I would always kind of point at the cartoons and say, "I want to do that." And a friend of mine got me an interview with their agent and that was it. I just kind of started pretending for a job. That was it. I pretended for a living.More [04/14/2006 12:04:00]
The thing about Interview is that it's very flattering. I guess that's all most magazines are. They take the new, up-and-coming star and make them seem like they possess whatever qualities are popular... regardless of whether they have them or not.More [04/17/2006 12:04:00]
Hardly any actor objects to press. It's a question of it being done in the way they like to see it done, meaning to get down to the serious interview what the profession is so we can reach out to the people to help them get along.More [05/10/2006 12:05:00]
Yes, this is Mango himself. Listen I'm terribly busy and don't have time for a phone interview right now.More [06/24/2006 12:06:00]
[In an interview to air Thursday on] Access Hollywood, ... I have such great girlfriends, and I was able to go away with them to Hawaii for almost a week and I went home to my parents in West Virginia for a week, so I had a nice time away.More [09/12/2006 12:09:00]
Some specific words come more to me in English, and it's very confusing. I remember when I was working in English all the time, and I had to do an interview with Elle magazine, and I couldn't make a sentence. I was caught in the middle, not knowing which way to go.More [02/12/2007 12:02:00]
Final Interview Subject: [to Kinsey about her lesbianism] After I read your book I realized how many other women were in the same situation. I mustered the courage to talk to my friend and she told me, to my suprise, that the feelings were mutual.More [04/02/2007 12:04:00]
Effete Man in Gay Bar: [referring to Kinsey] Mary here says he's from the University of Indiana and she'd like to interview me about my "sex history".
Effete Man's Friend: Tell him to stick around and watch.More [04/02/2007 12:04:00]
Cindy Russell: When Dad goes to New York, I'm going to take a week off work.
Tia Russell: So you can interview new housekeepers?
Cindy Russell: I've had enough of your ugliness.
Tia Russell: Oh really?
Cindy Russell: Mm-hmm. We're all just a little tired of the act.More [06/14/2007 12:06:00]
Paul the Attorney: [Lucy is in an interview for a job] Actually, our prosecuting attorney who quit yesterday called this morning and decided to come back.
Lucy Kelson: When did Mr. Wade call?
Paul the Attorney: Mr. Wade didn't call.
Lucy Kelson: WHEN?
Paul the Attorney: Maybe about an hour ago.More [06/20/2007 12:06:00]
Alison Scott: I'm actually doing my first on-air interview today.
Ben Stone: With who?
Alison Scott: Uh, Matthew Fox.
Ben Stone: Matthew Fox from Lost?
Alison Scott: Yeah.
Ben Stone: You know what's interesting about him?
Alison Scott: What?
Ben Stone: Nothing!More [06/26/2007 12:06:00]
Barbara Novak: Another ruse, Catcher? You know I have no interest in seeing you.
Catcher Block: But you know you have to, and you know I know you have to. I'm sure you know how things are at KNOW ever since your new NOW.
Barbara Novak: I have no way of knowing how things are now at KNOW. I knew how things were at KNOW before NOW.
Catcher Block: Then you should know now at KNOW things are a lot like they are at NOW, we have to interview every applicant for every job, and so do you or you'd be going against NOW's definition of discrimination and you wouldn't want the readers of NOW or KNOW to know that, now would you?
Barbara Novak: Have a seat, Mr. Block.More [09/25/2007 12:09:00]
Ray Kinsella: [about the reclusive Terence Mann] OK, the last interview he ever gave was in 1973. Guess what it's about.
Annie Kinsella: Some kind of team sport.More [11/05/2007 12:11:00]
[Moneypenny, M, and other officials are listening to Bond's taped interview of Tatiana Romanova]
Tatiana: The mechanism is... Oh James, James... Will you make love to me all the time in England?
James Bond: Day and night. Go on about the mechanism.More [12/04/2007 12:12:00]
Gwen DeMarco: Fred, you had a part people loved. I mean, my TV Guide interview was six paragraphs about my BOOBS and how they fit into my suit. No one bothered to ask me what I do on the show.
Fred Kwan: You were... umm, wait...
Gwen DeMarco: I repeated the computer, Fred.More [12/08/2007 12:12:00]
Connie Muldoon: [as she gives her long order, her speed of talking increases] Hello. My name is Connie Muldoon. I'm hosting a family reunion and my oven has run amuck; I think it's the heat actuator. Anyhoo, I'd like to order, uh, three Good Meals, four Junior Good Meals, and 17-piece order of your Good Chunks and, okay, on two of the Junior Good Meals, I need to substitute the Good Cookies for Good Pies. Now, don't fret if that's extra; I'll pony up the overage. And, uh, oh! On the regular Good Meals, I need two of the Good Burgers to have ketchup, mayo, mustard, lettuce, tomato, but no onion; I've got an interview this afternoon. Let's see, that takes care of everyone but Uncle Leslie who doesn't eat meat but, of course, he does eat dairy, so I don't get it. Let's get Leslie a Good Chickwich, some Good Fries, and a Good Root Beer all to go. But I would like to have my beverage while I wait. Now, total me up.More [12/30/2007 12:12:00]
Don Hollenbeck: [to Murrow, after his interview with Liberace] You're getting really good at this; people might think you actually like it.More [12/30/2007 12:12:00]
[recording their first interview and Loomis is testing it]
Dr. Loomis: Hello, hello, hello. Could you talk in there for me?
Michael Myers - Child: Hi, I'm Michael Myers.
Dr. Loomis: Ok, that's good. So how are you feeling today?
Michael Myers - Child: Good. Could I ask you something?
Dr. Loomis: You can ask me anything you want. That's why I'm here so if you have anything on your mind, anything at all.
Michael Myers - Child: Ok, why do you talk so funny?
Dr. Loomis: [chuckles] Talk so funny?More [01/24/2008 12:01:00]
Dr. Patel: I will not tolerate this business from you any longer. You have one more interview tomorrow morning, and if I hear from Dr. Wein that you are anything short of spectacular, I'll completely cut you off.
Kumar: Dad, come on.
Dr. Patel: Daddy is not coming on anything!More [02/06/2008 12:02:00]
Lockwood: I've only got trainers.
Crowther: It's not an interview on footwear.More [03/16/2008 12:03:00]
Ben: Excuse me, ma'am.
Jeannie Ashcroft: Holy crap!
Ben: Where's Andie Anderson?
Jeannie Ashcroft: Uh, she's not here
Ben: Where is she?
Michelle Rubin: She quit.
Jeannie Ashcroft: She's got an interview in Washington.
Ben: When is she leaving?
Jeannie Ashcroft: Today.
Ben: When?
Jeannie Ashcroft: Well, like, now.
Ben: You're not a therapist, aren't you?
Michelle Rubin: Uh. No.
Ben: Good job, though. You owe me three hundred bucks.More [04/03/2008 12:04:00]
Mike Wallace: [after watching a preview of the "60 Minutes" Wigand interview that has been edited] Where's the rest? Where the hell's the rest?
[we see Lowell turning to see Mike shouting at the monitors in disbelief]
Mike Wallace: [to Eric Kluster] You cut it! You cut the guts out of what I SAID!
Eric Kluster: It was a time consideration, Mike.
Mike Wallace: Time? Bullshit! You corporate lackey! Who told you your incompetent little fingers had the requisite skills to edit me! I'm trying to band-aid a situation, here, and you're too dim to...
[Mike is suddenly interrupted by Helen Caperelli, who walks up to Wallace and Kluster]
Helen Caperelli: Mike... Mike... Mike...
Mike Wallace: [to Helen Caperelli] Mike?
[there is a long pause]
Mike Wallace: Mike? Try Mr. Wallace. We work in the same corporation doesn't mean we work in the same corporation. What are you gonna do now? You gonna finesse me? Lawyer me some more? I've been in this profession FIFTY FUCKING YEARS! You and the people you work for are destroying the most-respected, the highest-rated, the most-profitable show on this network!More [04/17/2008 12:04:00]
Josh Neff: Disco will never be over. It will always live in our minds and hearts. Something like this, that was this big, and this important, and this great, will never die. Oh, for a few years - maybe many years - it'll be considered passé and ridiculous. It will be misrepresented and caricatured and sneered at, or - worse - completely ignored. People will laugh about John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, white polyester suits and platform shoes and people going like *this*
[strikes disco pose]
Josh Neff: , but we had nothing to do with those things and still loved disco. Those who didn't understand will never understand: disco was much more, and much better, than all that. Disco was too great, and too much fun, to be gone forever! It's got to come back someday. I just hope it will be in our own lifetimes.
[Des, Charlotte, Dan, and Van stare at Josh like he's crazy]
Josh Neff: ...Sorry, I've got a job interview this afternoon and I was just trying to get revved up, but... most of what I said, I, um... believe.More [07/07/2008 12:07:00]
Everything has changed. An interview has become such a confrontational thing. It makes you very defensive.More [12/17/2008 12:12:00]
[first lines]



MGM Reporter:
How do you do, ladies and gentlemen. This is the MGM reporter speaking. I'm a man on a mission. It's my privilege to examine police files and prison records, to interview prominent authorities throughout the country, and bring to you undeniably, proof of the message that crime does not pay. You can't beat the law. The cards are stacked against you. At this time it is my privilege to interview Mr. Edward Swain, the International Bonding Company. Mr. Swain has promised me an incident that will poignantly illustrate the fact that sometime, somewhere, the criminal always pays. Am I right, Mr. Swain?



Edward Swain:
You certainly are, Mac. The case of young Al Douglas illustrates your point. There are many others in our records, but this one is unusual and mighty interesting. Young Douglas was a teller in a bank. It wasn't long before the easy money he handled got him into trouble.

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Princess Olga:
Scram.



King Mantell:
What did you say?



Princess Olga:
Oh... Scrom. In Sweeden, it means the interview is ended.

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Johnny Jones:
[Powers is giving Jones instructions on whom he should interview in Europe] Anyone else?



Mr. Powers:
No.



Johnny Jones:
Well how about Hitler? Don't you think it would be a good idea to pump him? He must have something on his mind.

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Hildy Johnson:
[speaking to Walter on the phone] Now, get this, you double-crossing chimpanzee: There ain't going to be any interview and there ain't going to be any story. And that certified check of yours is leaving with me in twenty minutes. I wouldn't cover the burning of Rome for you if they were just lighting it up. If I ever lay my two eyes on you again, I'm gonna walk right up to you and hammer on that monkeyed skull of yours 'til it rings like a Chinese gong!

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Kay Bentley:
Mike, when I interview him, would it be all right if I mention your name?



Michael Shayne:
Yeah, sure, if you wanna hear some new words.

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Joe Bradley:
How much would a real interview with this dame be worth?



Mr. Hennessey:
Are you referring to Her Highness?



Joe Bradley:
I'm not referring to Annie Oakley, Dorothy Lamour, or Madame... How much?



Mr. Hennessey:
What do you care? You've got about as much chance...



Joe Bradley:
I know, but if I did? How much would it be worth?



Mr. Hennessey:
Oh, just a plain talk on world issues, it would probably be worth two hundred and fifty. Her views on clothes, of course, would be worth a lot more, maybe a thousand... dollars.



Joe Bradley:
I'm talking about her views on everything!... The private and secret longings of a Princess. Her innermost thoughts as revealed to your own correspondent in a private, personal, exclusive interview.


[His boss' mouth drops, awe-struck by the thought]



Joe Bradley:
Can't use it, huh? I didn't think you'd like it.



Mr. Hennessey:
Come here! Love angle too, I suppose.



Joe Bradley:
Practically all love angle.



Mr. Hennessey:
With pictures.



Joe Bradley:
Could be. How much?



Mr. Hennessey:
That particular story will be worth five grand to any news service...



Joe Bradley:
...You said five grand? I want you to shake on that.

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First Journalist:
Odd idea, this, calling a press conference.



Second Journalist:
What's odd about it?



Third Journalist:
I run from one to another.



First Journalist:
I take it you're the popular press.



Third Journalist:
Evening Gazette. What do you represent?



First Journalist:
The Palaeontologist.



Third Journalist:
[confused] Pal-?



First Journalist:
Ah. Not heard of it. It's a foremost scientific journal. The man you're going to interview is a palaeontologist.



Third Journalist:
Oh, this Roney. He's Canadian, isn't he?



First Journalist:
Possibly.

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Cathy Timberlake:
How would you feel? Here I am, he practically runs me down and then drives right away! And doesn't have the decency to apologise himself. Furthermore I have a job interview and have to go like this. He doesn't care.



Roger:
Ohhh...



Cathy Timberlake:
You know what I'd like to do?



Roger:
Throw the money in his face?



Cathy Timberlake:
Exactly! I'd like to throw that money right in his face.



Roger:
Would you?



Cathy Timberlake:
Yes, I would.



Roger:
I've waited seven years for this moment. You come with me!

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Ronnie Corbett:
Good evening! It's wonderful to be back with you again, isn't it, Ronnie?



Ronnie Barker:
Indeed it is. And in a packed programme tonight, I shall be having a word with a man who goes in for meditation, because he thinks it's better than sitting around doing nothing.



Ronnie Corbett:
And we'll be talking to a car designer who's crossed Toyota with Quasimodo and come up with The Hatchback of Notre Dame.



Ronnie Barker:
And we had hoped to have been bringing you Arthur the Human Chameleon, but this afternoon, he crawled across a tartan rug and died of exhaustion. But first, the news: The House of Commons was sealed off today after police chased an escaped lunatic through the front door during Prime Minister's question time. A spokesman at Scotland Yard said it was like looking for a needle in a haystack.



Ronnie Corbett:
West Mersea police announced tonight that they wish to interview a man wearing high heels and frilly knickers, but the Chief Constable said they must wear their normal uniforms.



Ronnie Barker:
Many old music hall fans were present at the funeral today of Fred "Chuckles" Jenkins, Britain's oldest and unfunniest comedian. In tribute, the vicar read out one of Fred's jokes, and the congregation had two minutes silence.



Ronnie Corbett:
Latest on the bullion robbery: At Wansforth Police Station, a man who's as deaf as a post, and doesn't speak english, with a terrible stutter, bad breath and squeaky shoes, is not helping the police with their inquiries one little bit.



Ronnie Barker:
At London's Heathrow, senior customs officer Seaforth Mumbly retired today. He shook hands with passengers passing through the customs, and confiscated a gold watch for himself.



Ronnie Corbett:
There was a fire at the main Inland Revenue office in London today, but it was put out before any serious good was done.



Ronnie Barker:
The search for the man who terrorizes nudist camps with a bacon slicer goes on. Inspector Lemuel Jones had a tip-off this morning, but hopes to be back on duty tomorrow.



Ronnie Corbett:
Finally, it was revealed in a government survey published today that the Prime Minister is doing the work of two men. Laurel and Hardy.



Ronnie Barker:
And now a sketch, featuring Mr Ronnie Corbett, whose wife tries not to bring out the beast in him, because she's afraid of mice.

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Reporter:
[before the interview with intelligent apes Dr.Cornelius and Dr.Zira] Dr. Hasslein, as the President's Senior Science Advisor, what do you expect to experience from this historic meeting?



Dr. Otto Hasslein:
Fear!

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[During Florida's interview for the maid job]



Florida Evans:
Now, the first week'll be on a trial basis.



Maude Findlay:
Oh, Florida, don't be ridiculous, you're not on trial.



Florida Evans:
I know - you are.

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Detective Sergeant:
Any chance of a cup of coffee and a cheese roll, sir? I'm starving!



Inspector:
Don't know if they're serving coffee and cheese rolls at Joe's party, but I'll see what I can do for you. Let's get over there and find out what they are doing... before it's all over.



Detective Sergeant:
It's going to be a bit heavy going, sir, don't you think? Trying to interview a bunch of kids while there's a party going on?



Inspector:
Sergeant, I'll bet you a pound to a pinch of shit... that there's a little piece of hash at that party... and if there is, I've got them. Means I can hold them. If I can hold them, I can talk to them, and I'll settle for that, for the moment.

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[Regan and Carter go to interview Morton at the ice rink]



Det. Insp. Jack Regan:
It's a bit cold in here.



Det. Sgt. George Carter:
[sarcastically] That's cos of the ice.



Det. Insp. Jack Regan:
Thanks. How many O levels have you got?

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Jim Carr:
Here's a name for you nostalgia fans: Clarence "Screaming Buffalo" Swamptown. I'll never forget an exclusive interview in which Swamptown revealed that he calls his hockey stick the "Big Tomahawk," and he usually refers to the opposing players as "the little scalps".

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J.M. Barrie:
I thought we'd agreed no interviews.



Mary Barrie:
It wasn't an interview. He just asked me a few questions, that's all. Oh, Jim, a few harmless questions. Why make such a fuss?



J.M. Barrie:
I do not wish to have our private lives paraded in public.



Mary Barrie:
You're a fine one to talk! What do you spend your entire life doing?



J.M. Barrie:
I've never given an interview in my life!



Mary Barrie:
That's because there's nothing left to interview. You spread us like jam on every page you write.



J.M. Barrie:
That's my affair.

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Narrator:
In 1966 the Rutles faced the biggest threat to their careers. Nasty in a widely quoted interview had apparently claimed that the Rutles were bigger than God, and was reported to have gone on to say that God had never had a hit record. The story spread like wildfire in America. Many fans burnt their albums, many more burnt their fingers attempting to burn their albums. Album sales skyrocketed, People were buying them just to burn them. But in fact it was all a ghastly mistake. Nasty, talking to a slightly deaf journalist, had claimed only that the Rutles were bigger than Rod. Rod Stewart would not be big for another eight years, and certainly at this stage hadn't had a hit. At a press conference, Nasty apologised to God, Rod and the Press, and the tour went ahead as planned. It would be the Rutles' last.

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Perry White:
Now listen to me, I tell you boys and girls - whichever one of you gets it out... is going to wind up with the single most important interview since... God talked to Moses!

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[Thomas and Johanna are watching Chance's interview on TV]



Thomas Franklin:
It's that gardener.



Johanna, girl with Franklin:
Yes, Chauncey Gardiner.



Thomas Franklin:
No, he's a real gardener.



Johanna, girl with Franklin:
He does talk like one. I think he's brilliant.

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Carla:
Where's Diane?



Sam:
Oh, she's out at an interview to be a T.A. at some college.



Carla:
She'll never get it. She's a big "A" with no "T"'s.

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Peter Neal:
Let me ask you something? If someone is killed with a Smith&Wesson revolver... Do you go and interview the president of Smith & Wesson?

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Michael:
[explaining to his editor at People Magazine why he's delaying his interview with a 14-year-old blind baton twirler] That's why I'm calling, Jim. That way, I can have a story for you this week and for next week, and... Jim, Jim, give me a break. I'll fly to Dallas on Monday. She won't regain her eyesight over the weekend. I know, but I think I've got something good right here. I don't know, it's about everything: Um... suicide, despair, where did our hope go? Lost hope, that's it, lost hope. Yeah, well, you think everything is boring. I mean, you know, you wouldn't say that if it was the Lost Hope Diet.

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Axel Foley:
Don't you think I realize what's going on here, miss? Who do you think I am, huh? Don't you think I know that if I was some hotshot from out of town that pulled inside here and you guys made a reservation mistake, I'd be the first one to get a room and I'd be upstairs relaxing right now. But I'm not some hotshot from out of town, I'm a small reporter from "Rolling Stone" magazine that's in town to do an exclusive interview with Michael Jackson that's gonna be picked up by every major magazine in the country. I was gonna call the article "Michael Jackson Is Sitting On Top of the World," but now I think I might as well just call it "Michael Jackson Can Sit On Top of the World Just As Long As He Doesn't Sit in the Beverly Palm Hotel 'Cause There's No Niggers Allowed in There!"

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Carol:
Well actually you gave me the idea that I should blow the interview by belching and smelling bad.


[Mike smells Carol]



Mike:
Ok. But can you belch?

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[Hunter gives an interview directed towards Rostov]



Matt Hunter:
Nikko was easy. Now it's your turn. One night you'll close your eyes, and when they open I'll be there. It'll be time to die.

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Newsman:
[trying to interview GIs returning to base after a hard day of fighting] Hey, word down at division is you guys can't take this hill. What do you have to say about that? In fact Senator Kennedy insists you guys haven't got a chance at all.



Sgt. Frantz:
[glares at Newsman for a few seconds] You really like this shit, don't you? It's your job, a story, wait here like a fucking vulture for someone to die so you can take a picture.



Newsman:
[becoming angry] It's my job...



Sgt. Frantz:
I got more respect for those little bastards up on the hill. They take a side, you just take pictures. You probably don't even do your own fucking!



Newsman:
What?



Sgt. Frantz:
You listen to me. We're gonna take this fucking hill, Newsman. And if I catch you on top taking pictures of any of my people, I will blow your fucking head off. You haven't earned a right to be here. *You got that?*

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[Bart and Lisa have been zapped inside the TV, and are being chased by Itchy and Scratchy when Homer changes the channel to "Regis & Kathie Lee"]



Kathie Lee:
[cooking soup] OK, now we add salt.


[Bart and Lisa fall into the soup, splashing it]



Regis:
OW! My eyes! My eyes! Oh, God! My beautiful eyes!


[Itchy and Scratchy fall in, also splashing]



Kathie Lee:
That's it! I'm going home. Dom DeLuise can interview himself.



Regis:
My eyes!

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Marlon Browne:
The interview is going to be key for me, since I'm the type that comes across much better in person than on paper.



Jessica Kailo:
Oh, you do?

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Jerry:
Let's face it, a date is a job interview that lasts all night! The only difference between a date and a job interview is that not many job interviews is there a chance you'll end up naked at the end of it.

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DI Frank Burkin:
How'd the interview go?



DCI Jane Tennison:
E D Williams is a 35 year old with history of a mental disorder who has a passion for watching trains at *Euston* station. Now either Sergeant Otley need his friggin' head seen to or he's sending me on a wild goose chase around London!

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Jack Holden:
[arrives to Mary's school interview in a vampire costume] I'm doing a commercial for margarine. I'm Count Cholesterol.

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Okelo:
You gave an interview on BBC saying that Amin was evil. Are you mad? What about Kinnu? What about Meena? Do you ever think of them?



Anil:
What should I have done? Remain silent? That is the coward's way!



Okelo:
Don't talk to me about cowards! That's what you are. You're not leaving because you're scared to leave. You are scared of leaving Uganda.



Anil:
Why should I go? Why should I go? Okelo, this your home.



Okelo:
Not anymore, Jay. Africa is for Africans. *Black* Africans.

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