FunBox: It's great to have you here Kiefer. How are you?
Kiefer: I’ve killed two people since and I haven't slept in over 24 hours. So maybe you should be a little more afraid of me than you are now.
FunBox: About that, um…some people are saying you've become so involved with the character you play that the two of you have become virtually indistinguishable. What do you tell those who ask about this?
Kiefer: I'm federal agent Jack Bauer and today is the longest day of my life.
FunBox: Yeah, we’re sorry about the half-hour wait setting up for your interview.
Kiefer: I used to be in the military, used to do field work for the CIA. I've been to some horrible places. I've seen some pretty terrible things. I don't think I've ever been this scared in my whole life.
FunBox: Don't worry. Just relax, speak clearly, and if you don't mind, it might be nice to invite people to check out our website.
Kiefer: You have no idea how far I'm willing to go to acquire your cooperation. It'll just be a question of how much you want it to hurt…
FunBox: Um…maybe it’s actually better if you don’t help us with advertising.
Kiefer: …you probably don't think that I can force this towel down your throat. But trust me, I can. All the way. Except I'd hold onto this one little bit at the end. When your stomach starts to digest it, I pull it out, taking your stomach lining with it. For most people it would take about a week to die. It's very painful…
FunBox: Seriously, you can stop in fact, we’re about finished. Thanks Kiefer, Jack, whoever you are. We appreciate your time.
Kiefer: You're a good liar. But I've seen better.
FunBox: Well either way, this interview's certainly been entertaining and we'd love to have you back.
Kiefer: Part of getting a second chance is taking responsibility for the mess you made in the first place.
FunBox: Great then. Well, we'll see you later.
Kiefer: See you in hell.