Jason Biggs and his wife Jenny Mollen are making the quarantine work in their own special way. The couple recently agreed to interview each other amid the pandemic, and they opened up about life together and their adorable marriage of nearly 13 years.
“We have been married for a long time and have been living together in this pandemic for almost a year. What is the best and worst part of living a pandemic with me?” Biggs asked his wife who he shares two children with: Sid, 6, Lazlo, 3.
“My God. I would say the best thing is that you have been close, you have been able to help, you have been involved,” Mollen shared delicately. When asked what the worst part has been, Mollen joked: “It was the first [thing]. You’ve been around here. “
Next, it was Mollen’s turn to pose a question: “We have been in a pandemic, for almost a year with a six-year-old … and a three-year-old. Who would you say of the two of us? homeschooling? “
“Actually, I’d say it’s an even split,” Biggs admitted. “I’m a little more rigid when it comes to ‘Okay, it’s time to start your class,’ and I’ll be working on the Zoom.”
The couple also reflected on spending Valentine’s Day together while they were locked up, with Biggs asking Mollen what he remembers most about the first time she met him.
“Actually, I brought something. This is what I remember meeting you. You wore this super sexual Bobby Jones sweater vest,” Mollen said, pulling out the vest in question.
“Why do you have this?” Biggs asked.
“I stuck with this because it was so unnerving to my mind, like I couldn’t calculate what I was looking at and it felt like something I might need later in life, you know?” She answered. “For example, in 2021 when I am giving an interview to ET. I needed others to know that this is what he thought would court me.”
“By the way, it worked,” Biggs joked. “So I think this does you It looks bad.”
Biggs then mentioned his new Fox game show Wild Cherriesand asked Mollen, “What do you think makes me the perfect candidate to host a game show?”
“Oh my gosh, I feel like you were born to host a game show,” he shared. “Because you overreact, you look hysterical, you get too excited about things, you go crazy, you love giving away other people’s money.”
Wild Cherries premieres Sunday, February 14 at 7 p.m. ET / PT on Fox.