The Intraview's Post Game Interview

Me ‘n’ Her

Goldie: You mentioned in your article that I described Lincoln as a total hottie. Although I do not specifically remember this, it sounds like something I would say. But I’d just like to point out that I am a truth-teller. Tell me, did I tell you anything other than the truth?

McClure: No, no, you were definitely on the mark. Definitely on the mark.

Goldie: Be honest. Were you the kitten who stole Lincoln’s mittens?

McClure: No, but it was a convenient accident. A nice accident. Maybe he left his mittens home on purpose…a strategic move on his part?

Goldie: Quick: wildflowers versus tulips. Evaluate.
McClure: Wildflowers for sure. They’re more colorful, more complex than tulips. Although I should be clear I’m not talking about dandelions here!

Me ‘n’ Him

Goldie: I have to cajole and threaten my friends into setting me up on blind dates. What do you have that I don’t?

Alabaster: Oh, man, that’s a good question. I have friends that pity me, I guess.

Goldie: I would just like to thank you on behalf of women everywhere for making reservations for dinner. Why oh why do men think they can skip this crucial step?

Alabaster: I would have thought its just natural.

Goldie: I tell you it’s wisdom.

Alabaster: I guess I have the benefit of having two older brothers who taught me the ways of the world.

Goldie: What kind of flowers are you going to bring Ms. McClure on your third date?

Alabaster: I’ll have to play it by ear. Maybe I’ll bring something else instead of flowers – I don’t want to be predictable.

Goldie: So, did you show Kim any of your college reunion pictures when she showed you her graduation pictures?

Alabaster: No, but I did show her photos of my grandchildren from my wallet.

Goldie: One last question. Who’s the coolest matchmaker you know? This is not a trick question!

Alabaster: It’s you, no doubt.

Me ‘n’ Them

Goldie: If you were to make a movie about your third date, what do you think it will be called?

Alabaster: How about Heat?

McClure: We’ll since we’re meeting up in New York this weekend, I’m hoping we can call it First Kiss in the Big Apple!

February 11, 2002
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