Once you get yourselves into things that are working on a deeper level, you just have to keep going. When you reach that deeper level, you can't go back.
I'm concerned about people being happy.
Do goofy stories make people nice? What if, in their goofiness, these stories somehow inspire that in the right way. Is that a social good?
Even celebrities, most people have a sense of humor. Most of the people we meet who we've done on the show, like it.
There's something uniquely aggravating about the smugness of liberal Hollywood.
We're kind of like the smoking section in high school. We're immature, keep to ourselves.
I would never want the show to be a Democrat show or Republican show, because for us the show's more important than that. It isn't for everybody else in the world, but it is for us.
I may have my personal political thing, but we never wanted it to stain the show.
I think the neoatheists have set atheism back a few decades. And I'm a self-described atheist.
The pride of the hipster food movement is sort of annoying, but it fascinates me.
In our show, there's usually a comeuppance. Or, if not, it's an anti-ending. And you're supposed to get that.
There are good characters and bad characters.
I've been to China and Russia, and I don't know anything about Chinese or Soviet relations.
We are entertainers. We're trying to entertain people.
I went to a couple Academy Awards parties and I was definitely like, 'Whoa, no one will talk to me.'
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