Joss Whedon and Fox Probably Aren’t on the Same Page When It Comes to Dollhouse


"We just want the people who already watch it to gain weight. We don't want new viewers. If you don't like Dollhouse already, forget it, it's too late." —Joss Whedon still isn't exactly sure what drives the television industry [Ausiello Files/EW]

"It's called circumstantial homosexuality." —Robert Downey Jr. on his special bond with Jude Law [Female First]

"I went out to dinner with Adam, Jim Carrey and Garry Shandling, and then we all went to go see Gladiator. I don't think I said one word the entire night. I just kind of had this goofy look on my face." —Seth Rogen on his special feelings for Adam Sandler [Female First]

"In the '80s, Dynasty came on, and we were like, 'This is really not how the rest of the world is living. We are fucked-up over here. We're broker than a motherfucker compared to this Dynasty shit.'" —Mos Def on how TV opened his eyes [Spin]

"I always think of the song as meaning not just Wilco. I always think that song is saying, 'Your records will love you, baby.' The overall message is to find consolation through music. I think it's sincere, but at the same time, it's meant to be a little bit funny." —Wilco's Jeff Tweedy on the title track of Wilco (The Album) [Spin]

"I'm an artist; I'm not going to use trigonometry. For most people college is a place where you learn about yourself, and I feel like I'm doing that already. I'm already independent." —Taylor Momsen on knowing herself [Teen Vogue via Contact Music]