Aaron Sorkin insults a reporter, Charlie Sheen doesn't like rehab, Paris Jackson remembers her dad and eight other memorable lines from this week.
“Listen here, Internet girl, it wouldn't kill you to watch a film or pick up a newspaper once in a while.”
The Newsroom creator, responding to a question from reporter/blogger Sarah Nicole Prickett about his new HBO show.
“We live in a country where it's always ‘Miller Time’ so what are you going to do? It's happy hour somewhere in the world.”
"Kylie Minogue eating Doritos out of your belly button, or stroking a giant ax in front of millions of people at the MTV Movie Awards in a fireman’s suit.”
Magic Mike actor, on his most surreal most moments so far promoting the movie, which opens in theaters on June 29.
“How many times do people need to get f--d before they wake up? The people who bankrupted the country want to make all the rules.”
“NBC wants to pay Ann curry $10M to NOT get up at 3 a.m.? Nice. See ya Matt, I just bought a tiny island w/ no clocks on it.”
“I even like the scenes where…I looked obviously exhausted and tired and bloated and full of zits.”
“I couldn't sacrifice my heart for a publicity stunt,”
"I shouldn't be a household name -- I'm a filthy comedian. A household name is like ketchup. Everybody wants ketchup. Ketchup doesn't hurt anybody." -
"Cougar Town, yeah!"
"...I hope Jerry Sandusky gets a lot of unwanted ‘horseplay’ in the prison showers.”
"RIP Michael Jackson. Dad you will be forever in my heart. I love you."
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