What do you mean?
Well, I mean I conducted an interview and had to transcribe it.
Transcribing is awful, right?
It's the hardest thing in the world.
Who did you interview?
I was interviewing Natalie Portman.
Did you enjoy being on that side of it?
Very much so, yeah.
I liked listening. And I actually thought, I'd better do my research, like serious reporter. I went back and watched all of her films -- and then you begin to see things differently I guess. The biggest thing I took away from it is actually the perception of the interviewee is a subjective thing. That's what I realized. I realized how much it's my particular view of Natalie. I can't possibly be objective; I bring who I am to the table. And it made me realize, like, your interview with me is your interview with me.
Subjectively, I think you seem like a nice guy because I just watched a video where you gave Cookie Monster a cookie.
[Laughs] Thanks, man. I did. I gave him a whole plate! Yeah, Cookie Monster was a big moment for me.
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