KJ: I kicked the crap out of him. But now he's gotten a little bigger and a little better, so I've got to shut my mouth.
SI: When you worked as a personal trainer, what was your advice to clients?
KJ: I think I invented the phrase "Don't overdo it."
SI: You're an 18 handicapper. Is it true you beat Tiger Woods at his celebrity tournament?
KJ: That's right, I took down the Tiger. I don't like to mention this, but it was just three holes, and Tiger was allowed to use only three clubs—a driver, a five-iron and a nine-iron. He putted with his driver. You don't have to write that last part if you don't want to.
SI: Right after your show started, in 1998, you said your goal was to be famous enough to take batting practice at Shea. Have you?
KJ: Yes, a bunch of times. Last year I took one out off [coach] Mookie Wilson. But now they're throwing away from me. How does it look if a fat sitcom guy is knocking the ball out?