Last year, I was on Threat Matrix. We were on Thursday against Friends and Survivor; so this year it's fun to know people are watching, and to know that all of your hard work is not sort of wasted.
It was described as Sex and the Suburbs. It's so not that. Because on Sex and the City, those women told each other everything; on our show, it's much more like the real suburbs - nobody tells anybody anything. Everything's a secret.
And of course Marc Cherry heightens it and makes it hilarious. But there's so many universal themes in the show, and he made it so funny. We knew he was onto something if he could keep it up and, thankfully, he did.
I'm pro-choice and those things, but I typically vote Republican.
I think it's important that the rest of the world know that we're not all the same and that we don't all have the sort of arrogance it feels like they're perceiving from our leaders.
I still treat every job as if I might never get hired again as far as the way I save money and live really modestly.
My last real job was selling air time for CBS affiliates. I quit that when I was 28, and that was the last real job I had. I beat the system. I've been able to do this full-time for almost 15 years.
I'm not a hard-line Republican, because I'm a lot more open-minded than that.
My wife being a trainer helps, because when I'm at home, everything we keep at the house is pretty healthy.
The biggest surprise about our marriage is that Erin was out there.
I'm off at least three or four days a week, so it's a perfect job, really.
The cast is so big that you really don't work very much.
The promos with all of the beautiful women probably attracted some men, but the mystery story line is pretty cool. It's got that dark edge, and people will watch anything funny.
I love David Caruso. I know it's not cool, but I do. I watch CSI: Miami. I think he's interesting.
I saw a story in the Los Angeles Times that 40 percent of the viewers are men. It didn't really surprise me.
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