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Justice Struggle to Find New Ways to Ask You to Shake Your Booty

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"To have so many difficulties to write the lyrics for 'D.A.N.C.E.' — we were just trying to find something not too serious and not too narrative, because it's boring or cheesy. Something a bit more than 'Shake your body to the ground' or 'Can you feel the vibe?' or 'Do you feel the funk?'" —Justice's Xavier de Rosnay finally explains the origins of "Do the D.A.N.C.E. / Stick to the B.E.A.T." [Pitchfork]

"I remember going, 'Wait a minute, I don't know how to play this scene — Joan is being really nice.'" Christina Hendricks of Mad Men [Watcher/Chicago Tribune]

"My mother still thinks that being a paralegal is the greatest job possible. Even when I told my mother they're going to greenlight the movie, that they're going to start shooting it, she was like: 'You know what? I got these brochures about being a paralegal. You should check it out.'" Michael C. Martin, former MTA employee and writer of the currently shooting movie Brooklyn's Finest [NYT]

"There are two kinds of men on Earth. The ones who wouldn't want to date Nellie Oleson on a dare, and those who want to date Nellie Oleson a little too much — and wanted me to wear the wig. So I could only have sex with people who had never seen the show.'" Alison Arngrim on Little House on the Prairie [NYDN]

"I've been pitying fools for 28 years, Bill, and it's never personal." Mr. T [Fox]