Vardalos: Her grandmother's.
CNN: How did parenthood change your Hollywood life? Less clubbing, I assume.
Vardalos: No, you've been over for dinner. You see we still snort poppers after dessert.
CNN: My Greek grandmother will yell at me if I don't ask you about the chances of a sequel to "My Big Fat Greek Wedding." I know you've got a book tour to focus on, but at least give me something to tell her on our weekly phone call.
Vardalos: Tell her hi from me, and yes, I have been approached to the write the sequel. I am finally coming around to the idea of doing it because (co-star) John Corbett and I hung out recently, singing and playing guitars until 3 a.m. In that moment of clarity that only comes with too much wine and the haze of approaching dawn, I suddenly visualized where Toula and Ian end up. I saw their world very clearly. Toula and Ian's life is very similar to the easy and solid friendship I felt with John that night. But with less guitars.
CNN: This has been fun. Let's go ask your husband to cook us some chicken.
Vardalos: He said he will in the morning, but for now we have to shut up and put the dogs out.
"Instant Mom" by Nia Vardalos will be released by HarperCollins on April 2.