With “At The Movies,” the program that Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert did for years (which became “Siskel & Ebert” which became “Ebert & Roeper” which reverted to its original name in its most recent incarnation with A.O. Scott & Michael Phillips) ending its TV run this week, I dug back into my archives to find an interview I did with Siskel in 1996.

There’s no audio, but there is a transcript, in which the conversation roams from his love of the Chicago Bulls to the time S&E panned a Chevy Chase movie while sitting next to him on “The Tonight Show” to the first movie he walked out of because it was so bad to how he discovered his favorite pizza while interviewing Meryl Streep to why he and I both hated the movie “Twister.”

Read it here.