-You have to be a prettycold-hearted, empty individual
not to tear up even justa little bit at the end
of a romantic comedy,like "What's Your Number"
with Anna Faris and Chris Evans.
When the guy gets thegirl I always tear up.
And I turn to my girlfriendwho is there with me,
you know, to tellher, hey, thank you.
Thank you for acceptingme and letting
me believe that truelove can be real.
-I don't really know him.
We sort of met andhe tells people--
-Oh, I'm sorry to stop theinterview for just a second.
- --that I'm his girlfriend.
It's called an interview.
-Just hold on a second.
I want to say that I love youand I'm sorry about last night.
I was being selfish.
I shouldn't havedone what I did.
-This is really-- This is,like, again just private,
private matters that you'rejust saying on camera.
I'm just trying to tell youthat I'm sorry and I love you.
Also, in front of allthese people, will you--
-He's not going to say--
-It doesn't seemlike the right time.
-It feels like having all ofour private, romantic moments
just displayed forthe public in the most
awkwardly voyeuristicromantic gesture.
-When I turned to her,she just held up a calzone
that she had bought atSbarro's earlier that day.
And she said, doesn't thislook like a double vagina?
That was a good representationof the actual thing,
except we were in a plane.
WOMAN: We were on a plane.
-And the calzonewas much smaller.
Much smaller, whichI was also promised
a similar thing when we met.
-Some people can't handlea calzone that big.
They don't have enough-- youknow, they can't handle it.
They don't haveenough-- their hands
aren't big enough to hold it.
Deal with it if youknow what I mean.
-I do know exactlywhat you mean.
Well, here's a news flash,we're not even dating right now.
She broke up with meimmediately after the show.
So by the time you're seeingthis, I am single and ready
It's a combination ofmingling and fingering.
Meet new people,see which one fits.