Interview: Andy Richter

By SARA FAITH ALTERMAN  |  November 25, 2009

Oh, you know, my mom used to make, as our ‘vegetable dish’, this thing with frozen spinach and frozen chopped onions. You saute them in a ton of butter, and you stir them up with an egg, I think, and then two bags of shredded cheese. Then you dump it in a casserole dish and bake it.

Do you ever make that for your kids?
No way. My wife insists that we eat "within reason."

Sara Faith Alterman jumped the Phoenix ship to rule the online LOLZ at Rooftop Comedy

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