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Jennifer Love Hewitt's Body Is Not a Wonderland

The pawnshop in question.Photo: Getty Images

"My body is far from a wonderland. My body is more like a pawnshop. There's a lot of interesting things put together, and if you look closely you'd probably be excited, but at first glance, not so much." —Jennifer Love Hewitt on the rumor that John Mayer's song "Your Body is a Wonderland" is about her [EW]

"When I told my parents I was doing the show, they were of course completely appalled and terrified … And then, about a month after the show started airing and it was such a hit, A, they loved the show against all odds, but B, it was a real gift for my mother because none of my relatives will ever again ask her why I'm not married or don't have a girlfriend." —Queer Eye for the Straight Guy co-star Ted Allen [After Elton]

"My brother-in-law was at a party in Los Angeles in the '80s and was having a smoke with some guy, talking about horticulture, and after he left someone said, 'How do you know Bob?' And he said, 'I thought he was the gardener!' No, I've never met him." —Cate Blanchett who, despite having played Bob Dylan onscreen, remains one degree of separation away from him [MTV]

"They went to me and said, 'It's a commercial, but you can write something.' And I had something I wanted to do, and I could put my friends in it. Sometimes it's fun to do a commercial. But I consider it to have no connection to my personal work." —Wes Anderson on his American Express commercial [A.V. Club]

"It's kind of odd to say that about a TV commercial: 'Where's the purity of the Geico message?'" —Cavemen star Nick Kroll on the criticism that his sitcom is a sign that the commercials sold out [NYT]
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