TV Shows Quotes

“Full House” was a show that was done for ten-year-olds. The critics hated it. They said terrible, terrible things about it. But it should have been reviewed by ten-year-olds. That’s who it was made for. They loved it.

Obviously, Charles Manson has died now, but I always thought that if he were to be released from prison, everyone would be fighting for him to be their first guest on their talk show.

I try to be Sandy Cohen. I never, ever wanted my kids to see me angry, because I know that anger just stops a kid. It chokes everything off.

I’m not a true crime guy. I hate that stuff, to be honest. I once dated somebody who loved watching all those documentaries about serial killers. I couldn’t stand it.

We’re on a game show with a bunch of other celebrities who are trying to win $250,000. I get it. People want to win, and they’ll do everything. I was naive about the show. I hadn’t seen that much “Big Brother.” When I have a relationship with someone I’ve known for years and worked on […]

I’m primarily a storyteller. As a kid I really wanted to write comics. Comics were fabulous. They were a place you could do things that nobody had ever done before. But I also wanted to make movies. I wanted to make television. I wanted to write novels. What I wanted to do was tell stories.

Casting Death was horrible. I saw 700 auditions. It’s amazing how many amazing, beautiful, talented actresses of all ethnicities and backgrounds can’t say lines like: “You are the most appalling excuse for an anthropomorphic personification on this or any other plane!” and make it convincing.

I’m not going to fool anyone by saying ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ isn’t entertaining, but I hope it offers more than that. Even if I get just ten people off their sofa and into the kitchen after watching the show, that’s better than no one at all.

I’d love to revisit “The Office.”

This guy is in my DNA. I have cousins who are really not that different from Dwight Schrute.