"I love that f-cker. He’s got a great mind."
"I was willing to do practically anything for a laugh."
"No girl ever made me watch it! And the only girl I knew who did watch it was my mother. My mother would call me and ask me, 'What's funky spunk?'"
"That was just me and Emma taking the piss."
"I was having nightmares about people in the back row saying, 'Speak up, sitcom boy.'"
Alexis Bledel on Her Broadway Debut, Playing a Prostitute, and Trying But Failing to Read The Hunger Games
Rory Gilmore! Get with it.
"A little old lady came up for his autograph and he said, 'Not while I’m eating, dear.'"
John Hurt on His New York Stage Debut, Defending Lars Von Trier, and Commandeering a Plane With T. Bone Burnett
"We were just hanging out, having a laugh."
Jane Krakowski on Juggling the ‘Electricity’ of a Live Stage Performance With the New Season of 30 Rock
"There’s so much that we’ve not done before, new ideas in our same wacky world."
Through a Glass Darkly’s Carey Mulligan on Opening Night, the Difficulties of Winding Down, and Ryan Gosling
"I wish that I could say I don't read the reviews but I know I'm going to have like four glasses of wine and then be like 'Google!'"
"I've been hearing all this stuff about Johnny being the villain of the piece, but these are tough times."
"It's a function of the hackles and defensiveness that all too often get in the way of a real clear and productive communication."
"That’s the staggering, humorous thing about money. If you haven’t got taste, money doesn’t matter: You’ll always look ghastly."
The new Off Broadway show is like 'Who's Line Is it Anyway?' but with felt instead of Wayne Brady.
The unlikely duo talks about returning to Broadway together, their backstage conflict, and how much critics are going to love the show.
The actor talks about onstage brawls, playing a Neanderthal, and teaching his sons how to defend themselves.
Valerie Harper on Playing Tallulah Bankhead, a Mugging on the Rhoda Set, and Sitcom Bawdiness of Yesteryear
Harper also recounts a bloody interruption to the famous subway wedding scene on 'Rhoda.'
Janeane Garofalo on Botox, Spanx, and the Troubles of Finding Work As a 45-Year-Old Former Slacker Icon
"If I did not have my Spanx on, it’d be like a bunch of water balloons, or a melting candle."
Alicia Silverstone on Time Stands Still, her Clueless Legacy, and How Her Period Affects Her Love of New York
The Clueless actress lives the vegan life while on Broadway.
"But we want to make a living, so one is always compromised."
"I've started wearing skirts to work. It’s something I maybe did twice at 'The Daily Show.'"
The actor talks about juggling Broadway and television, experiencing 'Gossip Girl' fame, and playing an entitled creep.
Lahti takes over the role of perfectionist art historian and activist Veronica: "We’re really rehearsing it like a drama. There’s nothing funny."
"Sometimes I feel like what's asked of me is just like a little sliver of what I can do."
"It's what the devil on my shoulder says all day long to me ... I don't have to dig very deep for Sue Sylvester."