Josh Holloway should have drove faster

For whatever reason, Playboy magazine interviewed Josh Holloway from Lost for their February issue. I’m not sure if Playboy knows, but no one reads their articles. Unless they’re spiral printed on some chicks bare breasts. Still, here they are playing 21st Question with Josh (his questions go up on Friday). Some notable quotes include:

On that home invasion robbery:
“Having a gun held to our heads when we’re naked in our bedroom at four in the morning is never going to happen to my wife and me again.”

“It still gets me. The guy was a crackhead who had hit 22 people in two and a half weeks. He took an 80-year-old couple and duct-taped them up. He also attempted to murder another guy. I had a nightmare about it last night.”

On his big break:
“My first job, at the age of 11, was picking up dead chickens in a chicken house. After that I worked in a restaurant. At the age of 13 I went into construction, which is what most rural people do—either that or become a mechanic or chicken farmer. When I was 17 I got a haircut in Atlanta, and the lady said, “Do you want to do a hair show? I’ll give you a free haircut.” I said no, but when she said, “It’s you and 12 girls,” I said, “I’m in.” The guy who organized the show worked at a modeling agency, and I started doing ads for Macy’s. Then I got an offer to model in New York, so at 18 I took a Greyhound bus and off I went.”

On speeding through Hawaii:
“It’s an island, very easily patrolled, and we are the only big celebrities who stay there all the time. I was going around 50 in a 35 zone, and that’s embarrassing. I should have been going faster.”

I agree. The best way to stop a home invasion robbery is to cower under your bed in fear. Is that what Josh said? Because I’m good at that.

Also, Josh is right about another thing. He should have been going faster. That’s the only way to get out of a ticket. To go faster. Go fast enough and you’ll have traveled through time to avoid the cops completely. I think that’s how it works. Or is that how you wrap your car around a tree and become a vegetable for the rest of your life. I can never remember, but I’m 60% sure it’s the time traveling thing.

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