UD: You're funny.
Kristen Wiig: Thank you. I like that question.
UD: So, coming from SNL, how did you get involved in a short independent drama?
KW: Well, my boyfriend is in the film. I'm not sure how my name came up…
UD: Does your boyfriend play your husband?
KW: He plays the other man. My husband is a bit of a sleazebag [laughing]. It's a little uncomfortable, but it's supposed to be…
UD: It seems the film is about relationships in NY—what types of guys make up the men of Manhattan?
KW: You know, I wish I knew… My job is a six-day-a-week job. And also I have a boyfriend, so I can't really investigate the men of Manhattan [laughing]. And nor would I want to. Nor would I want to…because I have a boyfriend… Ha-ha, bad joke.
UD: There are no bad jokes, just no laughter.
KW: Oooh, I like that… I'm going to remember that…
UD: You filmed at The Living Room on the Lower East Side. Have you ever hung out there before?
KW: I've actually been there a couple of times to hear some music. It's a cool place…
UD: Any other favorite haunts?
KW: One of my favorite restaurants is the Little Owl. I kind of prefer small, dark little restaurants. We just went to a little Mexican place last night with 10 tables. Mair-cah-deee-toe?
UD: Yeah, Mercadito, good tacos.
KW: We like a lot of the hole-in-the-wall places that people don't know about, so I don't really want to say what they are…[laughing].
UD: Do you get mobbed when you go out?
KW: Some people actually do lines from the show. But I'm not getting hounded by the paparazzi or anything like that.
UD: Working six days a week at 30 Rock probably makes it hard for them. Did you like getting to shoot somewhere different in New York for One Night Only?
KW: I loved it! I just feel like I don't get to spend enough time here.
UD: If you could live in any era in New York, what would it be?
KW: Seventies. Absolutely. People just kind of got up and moved to New York. And the movies that were made in '70s New York just painted such a different picture. It's just so rough and parts of it are scary and it's still the amazing city that it is now.
UD: Do you wish it were scarier now?
KW: Ha-ha, yeah, I want to live in a really bad neighborhood. I just want to walk around with a switchblade and a leather jacket. Kidding…