I grew up in LA. I sort of watched the Raiders play and that sort of thing.
Over the years, it seems 'Firefly' has only gained momentum rather than lost it. I still get letters from people who watched the show - I get more 'Firefly' than 'Mad Men' letters.
I've never watched any of the adaptations of my books. I've never wanted to, and there's absolutely no chance of me doing so in the future.
I think if someone gets kicked in the face it is their fault - they watched the foot come towards their face.
My father left school at 14, my mother at 13. My father was clever and well-read. He took a newspaper, always watched the news, discussed it all the time.
When I was younger, I wanted to be a cop. Then I watched 'The Wild Wild West,' and so I wanted to be in the Secret Service like James West. At some point I realized, 'That guy is not in the Secret Service. He's an actor.' That sounds like a good idea too.
I never read comics as a kid. I guess I was lazy and watched cartoons instead.
I work with kids, and I see certain things, so I realize now why my mother was so horrified and overprotective of everything that I watched.
Dude, maybe not everyone loves 'Glee.' Me included. I watched 10 minutes and it wasn't my thing.
'The State' was a huge thing for me. I watched that and 'SNL' together when I was 15, 16.
Now and then, someone would accuse me of being evil - of letting people destroy themselves while I watched, just so I could film them and tape-record them. But I didn't think of myself as evil - just realistic.
I watched a lot of old television growing up - a lot of Nick at Nite. I watched 'Rhoda', 'Mary Tyler Moore', and 'I Love Lucy.' Growing up, I loved 'My So Called Life' and was devastated when that went off the air.
I don't watch a great deal of television because I don't have a television, and I don't have a huge catalog of films that I've watched, either.
I watched movies and thought, 'I want to be in movies,' and wanted to be an actor.
I had been told from school onwards that the best definition of a human being was man the tool-maker - yet I had just watched a chimp tool-maker in action. I remember that day as vividly as if it was yesterday.
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