Tommy Lee Jones…Again

Editor: Hi, Tommy. It’s nice to see you again, and congrats on your Oscar win.

Tommy Lee Jones: Thank you very much. It’s nice to see you again, too.

E: Did you expect to win?

TLJ: Well, I had hoped to win, but I have learned never to expect anything.

E: You looked so uptight while they showed your clip. Why?

TLJ: I was nervous. Plus, it’s hard to watch yourself up there. What was I doing, pointing a gun saying, “I don’t care?”

E: Yes, I think so.

TLJ: I just wanted it to be over with. I’m glad I won. Otherwise I would have been depressed for the rest of the night.

E: Your wife looked very nice. I understand you wore your wedding tux.

TLJ: Yeah, it still fits.

E: Were you too cheap to buy something new?

TLJ: Uh, too lazy, I guess. What’s that perfume you’re wearing?

E: It’s called Navy. What’s yours?

TLJ: Mine’s called Good Ol Boy, it’s brand new. I’m going to be the spokesman for it.

E: Are you finding yourself being offered more jobs since your win?

TLJ: Yeah, The Original Cookie Company finally called back and offered me a full-time manager position at the Galleria Mall. But I’d never be able to commute.

E: Much to everyone’s surprise, you thanked Harrison Ford in your speech, and it was even more dramatic because you thanked him last. Why?

TLJ: Well, I decided he is a nice guy. He can’t help it that he’s rich but his wife is ugly. He really should receive some kind of award someday. After all, he’s been in so many successful films. There should be some reward for that.

E: Yeah, it’s called his take-home pay.

TLJ: I guess you’re right. But even the richest men can feel worthless if they never win awards. Awards give them credibility, which I now have. Heh Heh.

E: OK. Which role do you think Harrison needs to play to be able to win an Oscar?

TLJ: I think he needs to play Barry Gibb in the Bee Gee’s Life Story.

E: Huh?

TLJ: He’d have to win because that would be acting.

E: Yes, I see your point. Has Mike Nesmith contacted you since you laughed at him?

TLJ: As a matter of fact, he did. He told me I would have looked much better had I painted Liquid Paper on my head instead of being bald. What a Looo-Hooo-Zer!

E: Well, he was hurt that you laughed at his fashion statement.

TLJ: Oh, so that’s what it was.

E: Tommy, I’d like to ask you some more personal questions to give the readers an insight of what you’re really like.

TLJ: OK.

E: What’s your favorite TV show?

TLJ: Superman.

E: What’s your favorite group of the 70’s?

TLJ: Um, it’s a tie between ABBA and The Bee Gees.

E: Favorite food?

TLJ: Cheesecake.

E: Favorite beverage?

TLJ: Diet Pepsi.

E: Favorite ABBA song?

TLJ: Does Your Mother Know. Bum Bum Bum Bum Bum Bum…Love that intro.

E: Favorite Harrison Ford hairdo?

TLJ: The Empire Strikes Back.

E: Favorite Sissy Spacek movie?

TLJ: Carrie.

E: Favorite Bee Gees song?

TLJ: Um, Night Fever.

E: Favorite store?

TLJ: Wegman’s.

E: Favorite record store?

TLJ: Media Play.

E: Favorite kind of sneaker?

TLJ: Canvassy!

E: Finally, favorite interviewer?

TLJ: Walter Cronkite? Wong answer? Um, Joan Lunden? No? Um, Kurt Loder? Um…


Copyright © 1994 by SJG. All rights reserved.



NOTE: This is a joke interview – nothing in here was stated by Tommy Lee Jones. Please do not take anything seriously.

8 Replies to “Tommy Lee Jones…Again”

  1. DLO says:

    I saw TLJ in an interview and he just seemed like he thought he was better than everyone around him.

  2. Jezzelle says:

    haha I agree DLO he really seemed like he was better than everyone else witch is not. right?

  3. Frank says:

    I have so much fun reading this post. It leads me to imagine, how does it look if this is happen in real life. I found several sections that can be considered as the most interesting part in the interview, they are: when TLJ was asked about his wife, about the perfume, and the personal questions section. As he said above, “But even the richest men can feel worthless if they never win awards” (this is very thoughtful, I guess).

  4. Alex says:

    Well, I think very fair if TLJ who won because he was always included in the nomination. His career in the film industry is not in doubt. He got many awards. He was able to work well in any role. In fact, he was also able to produce good work when he became a director.
    What I do not like the words TLJ when interview was “even the richest men can feel worthless if they never win awards.” The award should not be a thing to keep in pride but a reference to be better.

  5. Lisa says:

    This man is very amazing. I enjoy his acting so much. I’m glad that he won the Oscar.

    “E: Were you too cheap to buy something new?

    TLJ: Uh, too lazy, I guess. What’s that perfume you’re wearing?”

    This part. I know some people who are too lazy to buy something new. God, he wore his wedding tuxedo. This man is totally unique.

  6. Charles says:

    Great interview! I found several sections that can be considered as the most interesting part in the interview. When TLJ was asked about his wife, about the perfume, and the personal questions section. It really makes me laugh. And I think whenever TLJ conduct interviews, he just seemed like he thought he was better than everyone around him. That is my opinion.

  7. Softy says:

    This leads me to imagine, how does it look if this is happen in real life.I saw TLJ in an interview and he just seemed like he thought he was better than everyone around him.Thank you so much for sharing this.

  8. Kayln Wooder says:

    Don’t say “again” now. He will surely have it “again” the next awarding. Just hope he’d realize that he got to share it to others too. Lol.

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