Bill Hader’s first and last SNL sketches.
As much as I want to dislike this woman, she has the curves and style sometimes that represent a more classic period that make me unable to.
UK Glamour Interview:
“It forces me to go to increasingly ludicrous lengths in order to get any insight into his taste in women. “Look,” he chuckles, as my questions get ever more farcical. “What’s important to me is that a woman has confidence in what she is, as opposed to trying to conform to someone else’s type.” We establish that he dislikes aggressive women “because they’re always on the defensive” and that romantically, he’s “old-school, but still very much of the times”. He doesn’t mind a lush (“l like a good drinking buddy,” he laughs, “and l can drink a lot”), and he prefers subtly dressed women to overtly provocative ones: “There’s something incredibly sexy about a dress that leaves you guessing.” But he clams up when I demand physical specifics. What, for example, is his favourite female body part? “Pardon?” Henry blinks twice. His favourite female body part? The part he’d rip off and gnaw on if he could? After a stuttering start, the man becomes a poet. “Well, what’s great is a woman’s shape as a whole,” he says earnestly. “I mean, no artist could imagine a more beautiful shape. It’s incredible. A man can look attractive, beautiful even, but nothing like a woman naked. That’s why women would rather look at other naked women than at men.”
Could I love this man more?