"My first on screen kiss, I should be able to remember that. I mean, I guess it was... It might have been this indie film, but I think it might have been, I think it was probably 'He Got Game.' Ray Allen, Spike Lee movie in Brooklyn and the one I don't remember the exact maybe first kiss, but I do remember we had to do... We did a whole like Lala on Jesus date in Coney Island and we're on the Cyclone, which I felt like my head was this big afterwards because that wooden rollercoaster is amazing, but it's dangerous and scary and intense. And like we were riding it over and over and over again. So I just felt like my head, my blood was pounding in my system. It was so intense. And then we had to shoot this scene, this like lovemaking scene on the Wonder Wheel and Spike left. I remember Spike leaving because I think there was a Knicks game and he didn't want to miss. So he split, you know, and we were just kind of shooting the scene and and just Ray was chugging Pepto-Bismol because he was getting... after the rollercoaster and then on this Wonder Wheel over and over again, he was so sick and so like in between, you know, i just remember, it wasn't like this. We were like, 'Oh my God, the two of you.' Like it wasn't sexy, like the way it was. It was him not projectile vomiting on me. That's my memory of it."