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  • - And the guinea pig took off her knee pads,

  • got off her skateboard and said,

  • "F*** you. F*** you!"

  • Thank you. Wow, great crowd, wow!"

  • - [Interviewer] What a rousing performance!

  • - Alright, Joe!

  • - [Interviewer] Alright?

  • - Alright. Just how we say hello here.

  • - [Interviewer] Oh! Alright,

  • well I'm here to ask you 73 questions...

  • - Alright.

  • - [Interviewer] So, what material am I

  • walking in on right now?

  • - This is a rehearsal of Fleabag, the play.

  • - [Interviewer] And what's the significance of this theater

  • that we're in right now?

  • - This is the very same space I ever did

  • the first preview of Fleabag.

  • - [Interviewer] And what's the most memorable,

  • theatrical moment that you've had in the theater?

  • - In quite an early performance,

  • I was performing right here,

  • and there was a girl sat in the front row,

  • who laughed so hard at a joke that her boob came out.

  • - [Interviewer] Ok, then!

  • Well, Fleabag is now a massive hit - and I'm a huge fan.

  • - Thank you.

  • - [Interviewer] Where did the concept

  • for the show come from?

  • - I think it was really inspired

  • by the cynicism I was feeling in my twenties, and then

  • also wanting to play a character I can really relate to,

  • and also a touch of female rage.

  • - [Interviewer] How would you define female rage?

  • - Uncontrollable, violent, female anger.

  • - [Interviewer] And Killing Eve

  • is another show that I'm a big fan of.

  • - Thank you.

  • - [Interviewer] How would you condense that series

  • into a quick little sound bite?

  • - Murder, murder, hair.

  • - [Interviewer] Now, which do you prefer -

  • writing from multiple points of view

  • or writing from a singular point of view?

  • - I do like writing from a single point of view,

  • because it means you really have to

  • delve into the psychology of one person.

  • - [Interviewer] And how different or difficult was it

  • to write without also acting it?

  • - It was kind of a relief to begin with,

  • but then I did start to miss it.

  • - [Interviewer] When talking about Fleabag,

  • I heard you said it was hard to not look at the camera.

  • Does it feel good to be in front of the camera again?

  • - What do you mean?

  • This is not...

  • this is just your face isn't it? Can you feel that?

  • - [Interviewer] I was just testing you.

  • Of course it's my face. There's no camera here.

  • - Should we move on?

  • - [Woman] See you tomorrow!

  • - Bye guys!

  • Thanks so much.

  • Great pretend rehearsal.

  • - [Interviewer] So, Fleabag is a show

  • that I binged recently.

  • What's a show that you've done recently?

  • - Homecoming

  • - [Interviewer] What's your dream role in life?

  • - I'd really like to play someone

  • who's brought up in the wild,

  • like raised by animals.

  • - [Interviewer] What's your favorite word

  • in the English dictionary?

  • - Trumpet!

  • - [Interviewer] Favorite podcast in the podcast pantheon?

  • - "Guilt and Shame"

  • and "Guilty Feminists."

  • Just anything with the word guilt in it.

  • - [Interviewer] Favorite artist?

  • - René Magritte.

  • - [Interviewer] Favorite artistic moment

  • in the history of all art?

  • - In the history of all art?

  • F*** you.

  • - [Interviewer] What's your favorite British idiom?

  • - Never look a gift horse in the house.

  • In the house?

  • In the mouth!

  • - [Interviewer] Favorite American idiom?

  • - I'm just gonna circle back.

  • - [Interviewer] Biggest difference

  • between American and British humor?

  • - I think if it's really truly funny,

  • there really shouldn't be a difference.

  • - [Interviewer] What's one thing fans will be shocked

  • to learn about you?

  • - I didn't write any of it.

  • - [Interviewer] Would you consider a stand-up ever?

  • - Yeah.

  • - [Interviewer] Can you tell me a joke?

  • - First hurdle.

  • - [Interviewer] Phoebe, you are staging

  • the world's biggest art heist.

  • What lie do you tell the security guard

  • to let you into the museum?

  • - I am the main security guard.

  • - [Interviewer] So I can see you're on your way out.

  • What do you have planned for the rest of the day?

  • - I'm gonna go into the Fleabag edit.

  • It's the final day.

  • - [Interviewer] Oh, I cannot wait for that.

  • You find yourself on a plane,

  • do you take the window or aisle seat?

  • - Window.

  • - [Joe] You find yourself on a train,

  • are you riding backwards or forwards?

  • - Forwards.

  • - [Interviewer] How do you unwind?

  • - Oh, sleep.

  • - [Interviewer] Who is your favorite designer right now?

  • - Galvan, who designed my amazing liquid red thing

  • from the Golden Globes.

  • - [Interviewer] Who is the most stylish fictional person?

  • - Villanelle.

  • - [Interviewer] Who is the most stylish real person?

  • - Bill Nighy.

  • - [Interviewer] What would you consider

  • to be your beauty philosophy?

  • - Don't overthink it, but also, eyebrows.

  • - [Interviewer] Can you tell me a PG-rated version

  • of the most R-rated story that you have?

  • - Oh wow. I did do a play here upstairs

  • when I was in a bath, naked with somebody

  • for...

  • I don't think there is a PG version of this story actually.

  • Let's move on.

  • This is Maddie who played Fleabag in the tour.

  • - [Interviewer] Oh, very cool.

  • - Hey Maddie!

  • - [Interviewer] Hey Maddie!

  • - Hi!

  • - [Interviewer] Favorite gift you've ever received?

  • - Build your own gingerbread house,

  • I got this on Christmas from my mom.

  • Then I also got a very beautiful bracelet.

  • - [Interviewer] Oh, that sounds really, really nice.

  • - Bye box office...

  • - [Box Office] Bye bye.

  • - See you.

  • - [Interviewer] Favorite gift you've ever given?

  • - I gave my brother a record

  • and I had recorded all of his friends singing

  • Happy Birthday and sending lovely messages

  • to him on it.

  • I was really chuffed at that.

  • - [Interviewer] What's your biggest pet peeve?

  • - Rudeness.

  • - [Interviewer] Ok, I see the work station over here.

  • Can you tell me what you're currently working on?

  • - No, of course not.

  • - [Interviewer] What three words

  • describe your writing process?

  • - Panic, panic, hope.

  • - [Interviewer] And what is a crucial aspect

  • to your creative process?

  • - Panic and hope.

  • - [Interviewer] What would you say

  • to anyone in a creative rut?

  • - Read

  • and walk around.

  • Get out of bed,

  • and call someone

  • who can complain about your rut too.

  • - [Interviewer] Ok, show me a hidden talent.

  • - Are you ready?

  • - [Interviewer] Yes.

  • - And then...

  • - [Interviewer] What?

  • Ok, that is weirding me out.

  • - Creepy?

  • - [Interviewer] Yes. Tremendously so.

  • What's the best description of London that you've heard?

  • - That it's a lovely country.

  • - [Interviewer] What's your favorite thing about SoHo?

  • - Oh sorry! People just open doors to you

  • whenever you want to leave the room.

  • Thank you!

  • The seven noses of Soho.

  • - [Interviewer] And what's the most English thing

  • that I can do while I'm here?

  • - Apologize for everything.

  • - [Interviewer] What's your favorite insult?

  • - Can you bleep it out,

  • 'cause Americans really don't like this word.

  • C***

  • - [Interviewer] Oh, we bleeped it out.

  • Favorite quote?

  • - We write to taste life twice.

  • - [Interviewer] Which is the hardest to nail,

  • imitations or accents?

  • - Imitations

  • - [Interviewer] Are you good at imitations?

  • - No.

  • - [Interviewer] I don't believe it for a second.

  • And you're pals with Donald Glover.

  • - Yeah.

  • - [Interviewer] What's he like to work with?

  • - He's an adorable little kitten.

  • - [Interviewer] Can you tell me something about him

  • that absolutely no one in the world knows?

  • - No, why would I do that?

  • - [Interviewer] Ok, so we have a British red phone booth.

  • - Yes!

  • - [Interviewer] People don't actually

  • use these anymore, right?

  • - Oh they do,

  • but mainly to urinate

  • and to call up prostitutes.

  • - [Interviewer] You said Fleabag is not autobiographical,

  • but what would you say are your

  • biggest similarities with her as a character?

  • - Deep down she's a hopeless romantic.

  • - [Interviewer] And what's your favorite thing about her?

  • - She lives to make you laugh.

  • - [Interviewer] And it's going off-Broadway...

  • - Yes!

  • - [Interviewer] Will this be your first time performing

  • on stage in New York?

  • - Yep.

  • - [Interviewer] Who is someone

  • you'd love to see in that audience?

  • - Glenn Close.

  • - [Interviewer] What dating advice would you give to anyone

  • who's single right now?

  • - Always smell good.

  • - [Interviewer] What's the worst first date you've ever had?

  • - Someone who was more boring than they were hot.

  • Does that make sense?

  • - [Interviewer] Yeah, kind of.

  • - Oh!

  • - [Interviewer] What would you like to be remembered for?

  • - My favorite lamppost.

  • Making people laugh.

  • - [Interviewer] And who would you ask 73 questions to?

  • - Um,Rasputin.

  • - [Fan] Oh my gosh! Oh hey, Phoebe.

  • - Hey!

  • - Love the show.

  • - Thanks so much, thank you.

  • - [Interviewer] Do you normally...

  • - Fans.

  • - [Interviewer] get recognized on the street?

  • - Ah, yes

  • - [Interviewer] Peaceful ambience we have here.

  • How do you handle pressure in your career?

  • - I think I feed off it.

  • - [Interviewer] Do you have any regrets in life?

  • - No

  • - [Interviewer] What is some of the best advice

  • that you've ever given or received?

  • - Um, my mom's always given me the best advice.

  • And there's one in particular

  • when I remember

  • she said to me when I was younger,

  • "One day darling you'll walk into a room