Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Well, it's very it's very nice actually, to be back in Binghamton. See, I can say it now. Um. And, I wish we'd spent longer here filming the actual film, but we were too poor, sadly said. But, what I did see, when we did come here, I did love. Ah, I will always have a special place in my heart for the Red Robin. And, of course, the spiedies! Yum. So, yes and in a way - the film when you see it, is quite a celebration of Binghamton . . . amongst other things of the University, so I feel by proxy, very fond of the University (and something) a little bit bear-catty myself. Um. I'm very pleased that you are being nice to Marc. I don't think people in general, are nice enough to him um, or recognize . . . just how brilliant his career has been. Um, especially because there is a knee-jerk tendency to give arty-farty films all the prizes . . . But to be really funny and entertaining on a mass scale, I would argue it's just as hard and probably much harder. And, so I think that's a very good thing. I love him. I've loved all four films that we've made together. Even "The Turkey". Um. Perhaps, especially "The Turkey," in some ways. For me, the most important thing about Marc, is what I learned from his mother, the first time I met her on "Two Weeks Notice." When I said to her as she was sitting by the set, "I said, well you must be very proud of Marc" and she said . . . "Yeah, that's not important. What's important is that he's a good person." And, um. That probably, means that he's got great force. That probably is true, that Marc is a good person. So, I'm glad that he got this "where as" thing from you guys. Okay. Thank you very much.