This comic book is on another level.
A director who made kvetching over coffee into an art form.
“Girls in this industry sabotage each other every day. We will never do that.”
It is such a prevalent aspect of life that it almost feels natural—although the most salient characteristic of paid friendships is that they’re not natural at all.
Responsibilities include: scheduling, research, light drug-trafficking, and dumping your boss's boyfriend.
Ted Cruz suggested they tell the IRS to "jump in a lake."
“It’s harder for women to get to the top than men, so you’re a little more proprietary about your money.”
She's the perfect ingenue for an era when growing up takes longer than ever.
This research on gender, age, income, and Hollywood is a bummer.
You just gotta know how to play him.
Friends of Abe fears liberals will blacklist them.
“Never say never. It’s entirely possible that Jay and I make up. Anything is possible.”
He wishes you wouldn't objectify him so.
"Some people goÂ to the Harvard Club or the Yale Club or whatever. I go to Rao's."
“We live in a commercial world, where you’ve gotta come up with ‘trailer moments.’”