Macaulay Culkin is on tour with an art concept band Pizza Underground, and Boston Magazine was interested in talking. Eugenia Williamson asked for an interview with Culkin and was told to email questions and a band member would respond. Williamson complied.
… Boston Magazine will publish the interview online with the show details if the band answers the following questions:
If you were a very large (but, admittedly, very dried-out) piece of sausage on top of a mediocre pizza surrounded by much smaller pieces of sausage hoping to receive some of your reflected glory, would you do interviews or make journalists email the pizza as a collective?
If drugs were pizza, what toppings would they have?
If you had a choice between staying relevant forever and never eating a slice of pizza again or being a has-been and eating all the pizza you want, which would you choose?
If a lady pizza married a man pizza and had a pizza baby, should they put the pizza baby in showbiz and take all his money?
If you fell in love with a gentle, pre-adolescent pizza that died from a bee sting, how would you grieve?
Has pizza ever slept with Lindsay Lohan?
If you wanted to have some little boys over for a slumber party at the Neverland Ranch, would you order pizza?