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Kaczmarek: Martina. She was so hungry for it, and such a machine. She was just awesome, in the old-fashioned sense of the word. She was awe-inspiring. 2. Who were you rooting for when Billie Jean King played Bobby Riggs?
Kaczmarek: Billie Jean. Riggs was such a goofball. They just made a TV movie about that, right? It was perfect casting for Holly Hunter as Billie Jean King. She's such a dedicated actress. Has anyone said Riggs? I doubt it. He was really asking for it. 2a.. Why is women's tennis better than men's right now?
Kaczmarek: He wins. I'm no competition. He's very good. I just play so we can talk. One of the greatest joys of tennis is having a nice volley and not really keeping score, not really looking at the lines, but just catching up with each other. 4. Why is zero called love?
Kaczmarek: To make you feel better when you're failing, when you're scoreless. 4a. Would tennis make more sense if it had an easier to understand system of scoring?
Kaczmarek: No, they add great color with their ways. People don't wear white on American courts anymore. I find it charming that Wimbledon still exists in the form that it does. 5. What superpower would you rather have, the strength of 100 men, the ability to fly, or the ability to be invisible?
Kaczmarek: The ability to be invisible. So I wouldn't have to return phone calls. Actually, I'm not sure how being invisible would help with that, but it would be fun anyway. 6. If Malcolm grew up, what role would he play on the "West Wing"?
Kaczmarek: He's only going to grow up if I don't kill him before he graduates from junior high school. But if he makes it, Mrs. Landingham, the president's secretary. Because as my son I would teach him to obey, take orders and get lunch. 6a. What's tougher, getting elected or winning Wimbledon?
Kaczmarek: Bryan Cranston, who plays my husband. He's a phenomenal physical specimen. When he was a disco Rollerblader on "Malcolm," he did everything but the jumps. He's very limber, agile, strong and game for anything. 8. Which show would you watch if they were on at the same time?
Kaczmarek: That's not really fair because we can always get tapes of the other show. But I'd probably choose "Malcolm" because we can watch it with kids, and it's only half an hour. It's an easier watch.
Kaczmarek: By sheer number, the boys in the "Malcolm" house. They're young and full of boundless energy. They're all over the place. Four boys equals eight arms and eight legs. They're a handful. 9a. What's more dysfunctional, the U.S. government or the "Malcolm" house?
Kaczmarek: Neither! I don't think the "Malcolm" house is dysfunctional. It's chaotic and hectic, but they eat dinner together and those parents know everything that's going on.
Kaczmarek: No. Who's that? Is she loud too? Send this story to a friend | Most sent stories
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