Los Angeles survives on that which is unpredictable. The unexpected courses through its very veins.
I can't do impressions.
My painting teacher in high school used to say, 'I can't paint like I want to, but through practice I'll get better.' But I don't think that's true. I think sometimes you just can't paint.
I've never had prejudice against me because of being a woman in comedy, I've never felt any sort of unfairness because of that - but I do think it is naive to think that it doesn't exist.
I need to make sure that when I'm running out to the drugstore I'm not wearing a Biore strip or something. Not that I expect anyone to recognize me, but on the off chance they do, I just don't want to embarrass myself.
I guess it's easier to think badly and then be pleasantly surprised.
If you're going to plan a wedding, then a certain amount of suffering is not a choice.
Most New Yorkers want to look amazing, and they want you to understand that they look amazing, but they also want you to stop staring at them.
New York is like the weirdest city in the United States, in a great way, and Los Angeles is probably more similar to most of America.
In Los Angeles, people dress with the deep and earnest hope that people will do nothing but stare at them.
One nice thing that I have discovered about Los Angeles is the enthusiasm with which people dress.
Growing up, I had one very specific idea of what a wedding should be, and that was the wedding of Fraulein Maria and Captain von Trapp in 'The Sound of Music.'
I loved 'Freaks and Geeks.' I don't know a better show.
I think I get certain pleasure from writing what I'm performing.
I want to be a morning-talk-show host. I love Kelly Ripa's job. She gets to live in New York and has this amazing job hosting a talk show.
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