Steve Carell Recalls Second-Best-Ever Trip to Men's Room

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"I actually saw Ricky in the men's room just before the ceremony, and I swear to god, he leaned over the urinal and said: 'I knew it!'" Steve Carell, who apparently has a lot of really funny and awesome bathroom visits, on the tension between himself and Ricky Gervais [People]

"I don't want to get dismembered anymore. Maybe I need to have a talk with my agent." John Hensley on his roles in Nip/Tuck and Teeth [LAT]

"I was trying not only to write a history of music but also to find an oblique new angle on the century itself. Hence the subtitle, 'Listening to the Twentieth Century.' Needless to say, this was a fairly ambitious idea. If I write another book, I might try to take on a slightly tidier subject, to avoid losing my mind all over again." —music critic Alex Ross on The Rest Is Noise [Gothamist]

"I actually got sober in the middle of '86, toward the end of Hüsker Dü — that's hard enough to do while in any band, but while in that band…" Bob Mould [Spin]

"Embedded deep down in the brilliance of those entrepreneurial, hippy values seems to be a disregard for the true value of music." —U2 manager Paul McGuinness, who blames those hippy fat cats in Silicon Valley for the prevalence of music piracy [Guardian]