updated 10/22/2007 AT 01:00 AM EDT
•originally published 10/22/2007 AT 01:00 AM EDT
Acting with Brad Garrett since last season as his wife on FOX's 'Til Death: He's a giant joy. At 6'8 1/2", no matter how heavy I get, I'm still waiflike and demure.
Every housewife's fantasy: George Clooney!
Best beauty tip: I switch my shampoo and conditioner almost every other day. When you change it up, your follicles go, "Ohhh! What's that?"
The future: Armageddon. The upside is peace.
I can't wait for ... Halloween. I just moved to a neighborhood where the competition is fierce! I'm going to decorate to the hilt, complete with sound effects, fog machine, wind, rain ... everything!
FALL OUT BOY'S PETE WENTZ DISHES ON ...
His cameo for Sunsilk's Lovebites, the series premiering on TBS on Oct. 22: I play a steroided version of myself. I'm not really that big of a jerk.
Who takes longer to get ready for a night out: you or girlfriend Ashlee Simpson? It's probably pretty equal, because I'm actually just her purse.
His future in reality TV: We get pitched shows all the time and we get asked to do My Super Sweet 16 at least once a week. It's not our cup of tea. It's credibility vs. money. We do have a little bit of an affinity for bar mitzvahs, though, so you never know.
His best feature: My loyalty.
Something he couldn't live without: My bulldog Hemingway.
The moment he knew he was famous: When the NYPD let me off a speeding ticket.
"One night my friend and I decided to get some fresh air, so we walked from my then home in Hollywood all the way to West Hollywood, which was about 7 miles. We took a shortcut through some hills and began to say catchphrases like 'Never turn back!' Before you knew it, we had walked until 7 the next morning, holding bricks to defend ourselves against coyotes and possibly zombie attacks. We saw some amazing stuff—a mad-scientist-looking guy building a fake rocket in his garage, the silhouette of a naked woman changing the TV channels—and I thought I saw a burglar, but it was my mind starting to play tricks on me. It was a pretty amazing trip."
—JASON SCHWARTZMAN, asked if he'd had an adventure like his character in the comedy The Darjeeling Limited
3 Questions For ...
1 YOU PLAY A HEROIN ADDICT IN YOUR NEW DRAMA BROKEN. HOW DIFFICULT WAS THAT?
I related to it in a weird way. I've never been a heroin addict, obviously, but I understand desperation and frustration.
2 DO YOU HAVE ANY OF YOUR OWN VICES?
Eating! I really like Mexican food—burritos, guacamole ...
3 YOUR CHARACTER IN THE FILM IS INTO BAD BOYS. IS THAT SOMETHING YOU RELATE TO AS WELL?
I have had my moments. I don't know if all girls have these moments or if it's just me, but yeah, you fall really in love with some guy and you think, "If I'm not with this guy, I'm going to die!" It's probably just a low-self-esteem thing, but I can relate being addicted to a relationship.