Wednesday, February 27, 2013

And Now, An Exclusive Interview With Sundance Kellerman

I bring out the big hat for the big interviews.

Afternoon Readers,

I've finally recovered enough from finding a mouse playing freely on my garage steps to both write this post and accept that, try as we might, the intruder isn't going anywhere. Husband and I have thrown up our hands.

We give up.

The mouse's name is Zachery Ty Bryan the II.

He may stay here through winter. Then he needs to get his act together, pack all his concert tees, and get out.

But that's not what we're here to talk about today. Nay, after I read Grace's post, here, I realized it's high time the twins start adding their thoughts to the blog, from time to time. So, I'm happy to report, a bag of apple chips and two string cheeses later, I was granted an exclusive interview with Sundance Kellerman herself. This is what she had to say...

 An Exclusive Interview With Sundance Kellerman


The never-ever-ever-confused-with-Barbara-Walters Paige Kellerman

Me: I'm really glad you found time to speak with me today. 

Sundance: I'm hungry.

Me: So are our readers. Hungry for knowledge. Now, I see you're watching Toy Story 3. Why do you like it so much?

Sundance: It's my favorite.

Me: Indeed. Why would say it's your favorite?

Sundance: It cost ten moneys. There's two of them.

Me: I see. So you're saying you like it because it's a franchise? I think a lot of people would agree. Who's your favorite character?

Sundance: Jesse.

Me: Yes, my note here say she's a "yodeling cowgirl." Is that correct?

Sundance: Yep.

Me: Interesting. And why would you say she's your favorite? Her ability to draw you into her story?

Sundance: She needs a hot bath.

Me: Of course. This Jesse has past sins her character searches ardently to wash away, thereby leading her on quests of self discovery and absolution. "Washing away" her indiscretions, so to speak.

Sundance: Mom?

Me: For the purpose of today's interview, I'd really like to keep this as professional as possible. 

Sundance: They're gonna get that monkey with the tape.

Me: Interesting. 

*Unfortunately, our interview was stalled due to Butch raising some concern as to whether Toy Story should be continued or if all parties would be happier watching Curious George. The ensuing fist fight took out the sound crew and all of our equipment, leaving the interview to be finished another day.

I work with what I've got.

Until Next Time, Readers!


  1. Captivating interview, Barbara. I was glued to the screen! You have a way of drawing people out and getting them to confess their deepest, darkest secrets!

    1. I knew I should've made a go of it in TV. I hear it's hard to get a job in front of the camera when you're always in pajamas though.

  2. Wow. I can't believe you got her to sit down and talk to you! Her people have been stonewalling me for weeks! A hearty "Huzzah!" to you. Most impressive.

    1. My people know some people who know some people who have peanut butter cookies. It takes bribes, my friend.

  3. You realize what this means, don't you? THE PAPARAZZI ARE COMING!!

    1. I've taken the liberty of barring the door. I just know this interview is going to make a splash.

  4. You had me laughing so hard that I made those ugly wheezing noises, trying to keep it quiet. Oh. My. Gosh.

    You may never know how badly I needed that laugh.

    1. If I made you laugh, my work here is accomplished. Now, if I could just get through an entire interview without having to make everyone lunch.

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    1. We're still working on understanding any type of monetary

  6. Oh, how I loved this. Everyone should interview their offspring. EVERYONE. It's good for the soul.

    Additionally, I think that Butch & Sundance need to come over and have a playdate with The Small One. I'm dying to be a fly on the wall for that three-way convo.

    ps - That was seriously me who emailed you last week...not a spambot. And I am seriously trying to woo you over to my new gig. And, um, failing, I guess? :)

    1. If you lived closer,we'd be over there in a second. Best believe it.

  7. Toy Story is golden around here too lately and they watch over and over!! My almost 4 year old can sit and watch all three of them back-to-back if I let her, which could be really great for me, because she is entertained and occupied. And at least she knows it costs something, because apparently around here money grows on trees for all they want, lol!! :)

    1. Our attention span has just gotten to the point where we can watch the whole movie ...and I'm more than ok with that...:)