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The X-Files Lexicon's exclusive interview with Vince Gilligan

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Well, in fairness, I was given a limited amount of time, and believe me, I had some more interesting questions, but had to prioritize for the sake of public relations, but rest assured, we will aim to secure another part 2, and part 3 in the future.

Certain sites, which I won't name, have gotten tone deaf over knowing when to go too far. I think I can defend that we have always taken an approach that hasn't alienated talent, and that leads to better results in the long run.

I think having some awareness of these points would be appreciated, frankly.

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No offense, but it cracks me up when people call an interview an "exclusive" when he's been interviewed many times about all those subjects by bigger, more mainstream sites. Just sayin'...

The term "exclusive" means it's one-to-one, as opposed to a press briefing or an "audience with..." where there are questions from many people. It isn't about the content - if it were, then that would mean there could only be one interview that was exclusive.

The great thing about people like Matt is that people like Vince happily give him interviews, precisely because it isn't a bigger, more mainstream site, so more likely to pose questions that are interesting and focused, and not the same boring thing over and over again.

And enough with the "Just sayin'..." - in Britspeak, that's being snarky.

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