It's nice to keep that living interaction between us. We're not exactly sure what's going to come out of the other person's mouth, so we're always on our toes. And there's a lot of room to improvise. We're always discovering new funny bits, so the show expands and contracts with that.
I thought I would be a serious actor. But I soon realized that doing comedy gave me what I needed out of acting. I got hooked on both the sound of laughter and that kind of flirtatious rapport with the audience. Drama just doesn't have that type of punch for me.