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Cheryl Hines Wishes Her BlackBerry Was "Cuter"



Although Cheryl Hines is best known for her role as Larry David's wife on 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,' she has been working as an actress, producer, and comedy writer for years. She's appeared on 'Friends,' 'Reno 911!,' 'Scrubs, 'Everybody Loves Raymond,' and in several feature films.

Cheryl, a real-life poker fanatic, stars in the new film 'The Grand', an improv comedy -- or mockumentary in the vein of Christopher Guest's 'Best In Show' or 'This is Spinal Tap' -- about world class poker players. She took a break from the poker table to answer the Switched Questionnaire.


What gadgets do you always bring with you to the set?

BlackBerry


What cell phone do you have right now and what do you love/hate about it?

BlackBerry. Love it because I can e-mail and text easily. I wish it was cuter.


Who's the last person you sent a text message to and what was it about?

Ray Romano about 'The Grand' premiere


Where do you go (site or service) pretty much every time you get online?

AOL mail


What annoys you most about your iPod, cell phone, or laptop (or any other gadget)?

When my computer freezes


Name one thing you wish your iPod/cell phone/laptop could do that it doesn't do now?

Sit through hair and make up for me


What upcoming gadget can you not wait to get your hands on?

I'm already happy, people


You're stranded on a desert island: What gadget do you bring? (Give reason why.)

BlackBerry - so I could call someone to rescue me.


What's the most-played song or artist on your iPod?

Kanye West


BlackBerry, Sidekick, or Treo?

BlackBerry


Are you getting an iPhone-if so, why?

No


What's the longest time you've ever spent playing a video game in one sitting and what game was it?

Poker. I'll let you know when I'm done


Mac or PC?

PC


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