RS: What is your favorite sandwich? Right now?


JH: My gut reaction is a cheesesteak from Jim’s Steaks in Philadelphia.


RS: I think I’ve actually had one of those.


JH: I like sandwiches so much.


RS: It’s a wonderful blueprint. If you could play any character on Drunk History, who would it be?


JH: You know what I want? I would like to do a Drunk History where I give the entire history of the continent of Westeros from Game of Thrones, but none of the plotlines that are in the TV show. Just, like, the deep cuts — going through the entire family tree of every major house of Westeros.


RS: This is a question that Wag’s Revue asks everyone: A “wag” is an old fashioned word for a merry, droll, joker. Who’s your favorite wag — from history, from literature, from your life — and why?


JH: Well, the person I think who best embodies the “wag”, and I don’t know if he’s going to be happy with this, is my friend, the comedian Paul F. Tompkins, who controls moustache comedy west of the Mississippi. I think technically I’m on his territory right now. I’m afraid I might get shot in the head by one of his many enforcers. But, between moustache, wardrobe, and style of humor, he’s the waggiest of the wags.