In my deepest parts of sadness, I'm always making a joke or being sarcastic.
One of things I like about looking at pictures when you're young and also meeting back with old friends you haven't seen in a long time is, for me, it's a glimpse of who I was.
And I definitely gravitate toward people who use laughter to pull themselves out of the abyss.
'Red Dawn' was very resonant with a lot of people - they love that movie. I always thought it was a little hysterical.
'Howard The Duck' has a lot of fans, and usually when they come up to me, I just think they're the coolest. Because it takes a lot of strength, a lot of perseverance to love 'Howard the Duck.'
I love really crappy carnivals, where you think the ride is going to break. There's something so seedy about them.
The whole experience of doing a sitcom is... Telling jokes with such precision is really exciting, but it's also terrifying.
I think it's really hard to understand the depths and the power of the love that someone has for their children unless you really have children.
I have to read something positive every single day. I have to have faith that the day is unfolding in a way that is going to be useful to somebody else... For me, living every day in gratitude has been profound for me.
I had been a ballet dancer and never could make a living, and just being so excited that I got to, all of a sudden, live as an actor.
My mother told me to raise my kids with calculated neglect. They get their self-worth from doing what they can do and not having everything done for them.
It's hard not to want to strangle people when you work with them for four years.
I'm always really excited to try something new in my profession that I haven't done yet.
Casual games are a great way to spend time when you get bored. It's hard to keep people off all their little games.
I always felt like my best years would be from 50 to 65 years old. I don't know why. It was a feeling I had even when I was really young.
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