When we saw Eliot Spitzer last night at the Kids in Distressed Situations gala, we were relieved to see that in person, his hotness remains undiminished. We asked him what he thought of being a sex symbol, and (get this) we actually made him blush. Victory! "That's, uh, wow, maybe you should ask my wife that," Spitzer smiled. "It's news to me. But I will take it as a compliment." Laughing, Mrs. Spitzer grabbed his arm and crowed, "I agree! I agree!" [Ed. Note: Man, what a bitch.] Anyway, we thought we could throw him off with our flattery and blatant flirtation so we might get a real answer to our next question, which was, what does the governor really think of how Hillary handled the questions about her stance on Spitzer's driver's-license issue? She did, after all, stick up for him at first and later sort of slink away from her position. "I think she has been exactly right," he said. "We need a national agenda on immigration that will address these issues." Damn, a slick non-answer. Kind of like the ones Hillary gave when asked about him. In politics, does that make them best friends? —Shira Levine
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