"I'm imagining it was on the beach."
Nurse Jackie’s Adam Ferrara on Playing Edie Falco’s Love Interest and Not Wanting to Kiss Like a Fish
“The breath always terrifies me. The first thing I do, I check my breath.”
"I make an ass of myself much more as Vincent than Pete ever could."
"Am I going to be shooting a gun? Firing up a drill? I'm pretty comfortable with all the power tools now."
"In order to be in the Joss universe, you have to dance."
Spoilers ahead, obviously.
Bret Michaels on Being a ‘Drealist,’ Loving Day-Old Hot Dogs, and Not Missing the Rock of Love Girls
"I’m good for right now."
"Some people f*cking hate horror films, right? But I love them."
"I definitely need to have a little less Cowell in the host’s chair ... I need to turn down the innate singing-show judge in me."
"He fell, rolled on the floor, kicking like a kid, laughing."
"It was necessary to build this team, but what happens to them and to the world when they actually exist as a team?"
"Once you’re playing Buster, you’re living in shame."
“I was pleased to know he’s perverse in some way.”
"I'd read the books, so I knew exactly what was coming."
"My advice is don’t marry somebody in advertising."
Memories include coyotes, anal sex, and much weeping. Sometimes all three.
"You know, great art — horrible thing to say — but art is meant to divide."
"Now when people mock me on the street, they use my real name."
"I was like ... 'I really want to be a part of this, but I can’t play a slut in front of millions of people.'"
"I got a card from HBO saying, 'Congratulations on your fake wedding day!'"
"I didn’t realize this debate until I started shooting the movie."
"It's flattering, but a little bit weird at the same time."
"This whole marriage thing, I mean I understand it and I’m for it, but my heart isn’t in it."
"I can tell you that your mind will be blown and that there are, like, five stroke-inducing events."
For the first time in eleven years, the hand on the tiller at Lincoln Center is changing.