Here's an editorialized description - a couple of guys geek out over Criterion in front of a producer. It reminded me of Chris Farley's SNL sketch where he had his own talk show.
Then I believe this is the transcript that Matt wanted:
Chris Farley: Um, hi. Welcome to The Chris Farley Show. I'm... Chris Farley... and, my guest tonight is... one of the... greatest producers... uh, video producers. I guess, DVD producer, ever. [Smacks himself] GOD! That sounds stupid! God, I'm an idiot! I never know how to start these things!
Susan Arosteguy: You're doing great, Chris.
Chris Farley: [hopeful] Really? No, I'm not. [hyperventilating] Anyway... I guess... I didn't have, have to say, who you were, because... man, I mean... everyone knows who you are. Mmm... you're Susan Arosteguy.
Susan Arosteguy: Well, it's great to be here.
Chris Farley: [uncomfortable] You... you... you remember when you were with The Criterion Collection?
Susan Arosteguy: Yeah, sure.
Chris Farley: That was awesome!
Susan Arosteguy: Yeah, it was.
Chris Farley: O-kay... Oh! You... you remember when you went to Paris.. and, uh, and at the airport they arrested you 'cause you had some stolen footage of Renoir, and... it made all the papers, and everything..?
Susan Arosteguy: Well, to be honest, Chris, I'd kind of like to forget all of that.
Chris Farley: [smacks himself harder] IDIOT!!! That's so stupid! What a dumb question!!!
Susan Arosteguy: No, no, no, Chris. I get asked that all the time in interviews. Maria Shriver asked the same question last week.
Chris Farley: Really? [pause] Did you know that she's married to Arnold Schwartzenegger?
Susan Arosteguy: Yeah. I've heard that.
Chris Farley: Did you see Terminator?
Susan Arosteguy: No, I missed that one.
Chris Farley: That was a pretty awesome flick. [pause] O-kay... remember... you remember when you were with The Criterion Collection, and you were supposed to be releasing more Naruse, and, uh, there was all these clues, that, like, uh, you found some easter eggs on some DVDs, and it'd say, like, "Susan Is Producing a Naruse Boxset", and, uh, everyone thought that you were producing the Naruse boxset? That was, um, a hoax, right?
Susan Arosteguy: Yeah. I wasn't really going to produce the Naruse boxset.
Chris Farley: Right. I think we... I think we got time for one more question. Uh... remember when you worked at The Criterion Collection? And, um, you did that laserdisc for Seven, and at the very end of the movie, it would... the movie goes, "The world is a fine place and worth fighting for"? You... you remember that?
Susan Arosteguy: Yes.
Chris Farley: Uh... is that true?
Susan Arosteguy: Yes, Chris. In my experience, it is. I find, the more you fight to improve the world, the better it becomes.
Chris Farley [ecstatic, starts to point at Susan and mouth "AWESOME!"] Well, that's it for this week's show. Thank you, Susan Arosteguy, thank you, for being one of the greatest... of movies... I mean, a living legend. And uh, a legend of DVD production... and... just thanks for being on the show, and... [smacks himself even harder] GOD DANGIT! That sounded stupid! I knew I'd screw up!
Susan Arosteguy: You did fine, you did fine, Chris.
Chris Farley: Really? Thanks, man. Thanks. Thank you. [Outro music comes on, Chris continues to talk to Susan] Remember... remember when I was talking to you about The Terminator? You... you should see that movie, it's pretty cool...
[Susan nods her head]