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Confirm or Deny: David Duchovny

Saturday, April 28

The “X-Files” star may or may not have schooled a royal on booty calls.

Maureen Dowd: George Clooney is the most overrated basketball player in L.A.

David Duchovny: Confirm.

Princeton basketball needs to bring back the backdoor.
Yeah, confirm. One hundred percent.

You explained what a booty call is to Prince Charles.

Confirm! It’s true.


As a teenager, you were a delivery boy for a meat market in Greenwich Village.

Confirm. I spent the entire time hoping that a bored, dissatisfied housewife would invite me in. I learned two things. One was, that doesn’t happen, and the other is that cleaning the rotisserie is no fun.


You like Polaroids.


Love them, yeah. They’re nostalgic to me. Did you ever do the thing where you take the picture before it develops, you take a coin and you make strips in it? And it will look like a Basquiat, kind of.


You still sing Bree Sharp’s 1999 song “David Duchovny, Why Won’t You Love Me” to yourself in the car.


Confirm. And to anybody else who’s in the car.


You don’t watch “Madam Secretary.”


Oh, no, I see it sometimes. Deny.


You’re the male Helen Mirren. You never mind stripping down on screen.


Confirm.


You auctioned your famous red Speedo from “The X-Files” on eBay?


Deny.


You once roomed with your Collegiate classmate John F. Kennedy Jr. on a field trip to Washington in 1975.


Confirm.


A lot of millennial women know you mainly as Carrie Bradshaw’s ex-boyfriend who ends up in a mental hospital in “Sex and the City.”


Yes, it’s very strange to me. I confirm that.


You’ve never read Gillian Anderson’s sci-fi novels?


Deny.


You’ve never socialized with Gillian.


We’ve gone out to dinner. You know, between five and 10 times.


You were the head boy at Collegiate School.


Confirm.


Vancouver, where you filmed the “The X-Files,” never forgave you for saying “Vancouver is a very nice place if you like 400 inches of rainfall a day” and for lobbying to move the show to L.A. so you could be with Téa Leoni when you first got married.


It’s true when I go there, people will still talk about that I said it rained. They’ll never forgive me. The sad part is that I would do anything to live in Vancouver right now to get out of this country.


You lost “Jeopardy!” to Stephen King in 1995 on this final question: “On March 24, 1994, this store held a breakfast to announce the new Truman Capote literary trust.” You answered “What is Rizzoli’s” instead of “What is Tiffany’s.”


I choked. I went to dinner with Téa after that, and I was seriously depressed. She was like, “You’re just playing Jeopardy!” I was like, “You don’t understand. This revealed something of my character that I don’t want to look at.”


You also lost “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” when you got this movie line wrong: “You be careful out there among them English.’’ You answered “Braveheart,” when it was obviously “Witness.”


Choking all over the place. Not only did I lose on it, but I argued like a sore loser afterwards, saying it wasn’t fair because there was no comma after “there.” So not only am I a sore loser but I’m a stickler for grammar — two very horrible qualities.


Your favorite album of all time is the Beatles’ “White Album.”


Confirm.


Samuel Beckett had it right when he said “Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.”


Yeah. If I was going to get a tattoo on my ass, it would be that. A tramp stamp.


Your favorite actor is Meryl Streep.


No, I think she’s the best. My favorite might be Travolta. I don’t think he’s the best actor, but I feel like he loves to act so much that it’s infectious when I watch him. I feel like that’s the place he wants to be and I want to be there with him.


It’s cooler to stop just short of getting your Ph.D than to get one.


Deny. I always wanted to have a credit on a movie that said “Starring Dr. David Duchovny.”


You wore a false mustache to get your marriage license.


Confirm.


Your nickname in grade school was “Hayseed.”


Confirm.


Your favorite press ever was when you did the joint interview with Marilyn Manson about video games for PlayStation magazine.


I’ll confirm that. Aside from today’s interview.


The center isn’t holding.


Confirm.

source: nytimes

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