Dan Snierson: When you’re wearing the Angels wings on the runway, do you ever get confused and think you can actually fly?
HK: I don’t get confused — I know that I can fly.
DS: How do you separate the geeks from the stalkers at a Star Trek convention?
WS: You put the geeks on the left and the stalkers on the right and you run for daylight up the middle.
Jessica Shaw: We like the goatee in Stone Cold. Ever think of experimenting with another form of facial hair, like, say, a mustache?
TS: The goatee is an affectation. It’s very 21st century. But the mustache is real. I need it to cover up my prison tattoo.
DS: I read on the Internet that you died in a car accident in 1997. True?
SB: Yes. You’re talking to a ghost. Why do you think I haven’t worked since then?
DS: Do you ?worry there can be ?only so much happiness? in the universe, and? every time you smile, a unicorn gets punched in the face?
RR: I would smile all day long, ?every day, if it guaranteed a ?unicorn getting punched in the face. I find them really annoying.
JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT
DS: John Mayer reportedly wrote a hit song about you. So will you confirm that your body is a wonderland, or at least possesses characteristics similar to one?
JLH: My body is far ?from a wonderland. My body is more ?like a pawnshop. There’s a lot of ?interesting things put together, and if you look closely you’d probably be excited, but at first glance, not so much.
DS: I know I’m allowed to call you Cube, but what happens if I call you Ice?
IC: I would know you was white.
Daryl Hall & John Oates
DS: On the album cover of Rock ‘n Soul Part 1, you guys seem to be engaged in an awesome arm-wrestling match. Between us, who won that match — or do we have to wait for Rock ‘n Soul Part 2 to find out?
DH: Well, John has bigger muscles but I have longer arms.
JO: It was leverage against power.
DH: Archimedes would have the answer to this.
JO: This is a physics problem, not a rock ‘n soul problem.
DS: Whoa, down, boy! You played Male Nurse in a 1999 episode of The Bold and the Beautiful where you held a jar of someone else’s piss. Even with Hunter Tylo involved, this strikes me as neither bold nor beautiful.
CK: I would never do that again. Maybe a gallbladder, but not urine. We don’t call it piss, by the way. It’s urine. Or tinkle.
Scott Brown: Speaking of highly regarded films, you were in the Carrot Top opus Chairman of the Board…. Do you wanna talk about it?
SB: Sometimes it helps to talk about it.
SB: If I showed you a Carrot Top doll, could you show me where, on the doll, he was most annoying?
RW: I’d rather deal with a Willie Nelson doll.