"I was certain that I was going to be fired."
Chamomile and soy milk is "vile."
More of David Lee is a good thing.
"Just a couple of sociopaths."
“Fu*ck everybody. I’m taking my clothes off.”
"The piggish media never has to apologize."
"He’s like, 'I love Glee, I’ve seen you on Glee. I love that show.'"
The Nickelodeon stalwart is 62 and has a lot to tell you about Gak.
“There will come a point at which telling that story further is just a case of diminishing returns.”
"My mind went blank and it seemed like things were quiet for a really long time."
"What happens in the finale will change everything."
"I had fun doing it. I'm not entirely sure what that season was about, though."
"I’m more interested in telling stories about what’s relevant in our world today than playing a slave or a butler."
"He does care for Jesse."
“I need someone who not only can work it but twerk it.”
"Good people do really bad things sometimes and they don’t mean to. So, you know, people are flawed."
A copy is making its way to Blue Ivy as we speak.
"You know, Reeves comes prepared, he knows his lines, he knows what he’s doing."
You can probably count on more True American, too.
"I've played precious few women that aren't badass and strong and capable."
The mind-blowing episode's director and writer break down Walt's phone call to Skyler, the big fight, and the improvisation skills of baby Holly.
"I’ve done over 200 movies. I can’t remember all of them."
"It's unfair to say that it was the worst shoot-out in TV history when you don't know what the outcome is."
"That's what Formula One was like in the seventies!"
"American Horror Story was like, 'We already own her.'"