Flight of the Conchords' Bret and Jemaine: Better Than Regular People

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"Jemaine went to the Viper Room the other night, got to the door and the woman said, '$10, please.' Then somebody turns to her [mimes whispering] and she goes, "$5, please.' That's my favorite experience. Not free, but celebrity discount — half-off entrance to a club." Bret McKenzie of Flight of the Conchords on how he and partner Jemaine Clement let their celebrity work for them [Black Book]

"The odd thing is that the character everyone remembers from the film is Alec Baldwin and that part wasn't even in the play. Mamet wrote it for the movie as a way of explaining what the fuck was going on." Aidan Gillen, starring as Richard Roma in the West End version of Glengarry Glen Ross, explains the film version [Guardian]

"'Cuchi-cuchi' showed me the way to the bank. That bullshit make me rich." Charo on Charo [EW]

"While the critics were hating us, the moral majority was after our tails. We were filth. It was the time of jiggle TV. We were offensive to many people. But nobody remembers that. People always remember, 'Oh, The Love Boat — so sweet.' No, it was about people coming on board, having sex with strangers, and leaving." Cynthia Lauren Tewes, a.k.a . Julie Your Cruise Director, boils down The Love Boat [EW]

"We're not hanging out like we used to." Sarah Silverman, when asked if she's been in touch with Britney Spears since the VMAs [People]
—Elizabeth Black