We need to be more conversant with it because science is in our lives. It's in everything. It's in the food we eat. It's in the air we breathe. It's everywhere.
It's not an epitaph. I felt I could look back at my life and get a good story out of it. It's a picture of somebody trying to figure things out. I'm not trying to create some impression about myself. That doesn't interest me.
It's a funny feeling to work with people who you consider your colleagues and to realize that they actually are young enough to be your children.
M*A*S*H' was a collection of people, in front of and behind the cameras, that really clicked.