We are here tonight with Eliza Taylor, who just made her way through her last movie. Hi, Eliza, and welcome to People We Love To Hate.
I say it was about time you people invited me. I saw Bono the other night and, honestly, I did not like it a bit.
How popular are you, on a scale of one to ten?
I forgot the statistics. I think I'm a four in Congo, but a six in Memphis.
Do you have a favorite book?
I'm very passionate about "The Lord of the Rings" by J.R. Token.
You mean, by J.R.R. Tolkien?
I'm not used to be corrected by ugly interviewers, and anyway I think I've heard it both ways.
Eliza, do you have something to say to young people?
Sure! Don't let the color of your skin make you feel less than awesome. Unless you are violet. In that case consult a doctor (a good one) as soon as possible.
Eliza, is there a deep meaning hidden in "The November Man"?
Oh sure! That the more you argue, the less they believe you.
I've heard you are writing a book on your life. Is it true?
Indeed! It is lamentable that I have little time to write. Last winter I've read the abridged summary of the book "Animal Farm", and I found it acceptable. On that account, I've asked my agent to contact the author - a certain George Orwell - since I need a ghost writer so badly, but for the time being I've not received any news.
Nowaday the problem of hypermetropia in dogs is reaching epic dimensions. Is Eliza Taylor doing anything in this respect?
But of course! I will chastely sleep in a bunk bed with a devotee one night every two weeks. The profits ($800/night) will be granted to a foundation for the cure of hypermetropia in dogs.
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