Yes, I Did Say That!

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A look at who's saying what in entertainment.

It was supplied, basically, on movie sets because everyone was doing it. People would make deals. Instead of having a cocktail, you'd have a line."
— Dennis Quaid
On becoming addicted to cocaine after moving to Los Angeles in 1974 to become an actor.

"Of course I want my job back so you guys can keep watching the best f---ing sitcom in the world."
— Charlie Sheen
The actor, who also invited Chuck Lorre to join him onstage on his tour, discussing his firing from CBS' Two and a Half Men during his Radio City Music Hall show April 8.

"I look good for 40, but I have the quaggy jawline and hollow cheeks of a mom, not a pregnant lady. It's now or never. This decision can't be delayed. I'll just be unemployable and labeled crazy in five years, anyway."
— Tina Fey
The 30 Rock actress on deciding to have a second child despite being worried about no longer receiving job offers.

"The movie business and film crews are a little like the circus: We travel around in a pack, we're a big family for a finite period of time, and we roll into someplace and cause a bunch of damage and roll out. There's some similarities."
— Francis Lawrence
The director, comparing his life to the circus portrayed in his upcoming film, Water for Elephants.

"If you ever feel the need to feel less like a man just run into Ryan Reynolds in a public place."
— Colin Hanks
The actor, in a tweet.

"Well, if I hadn't been, they wouldn't have cast me!"
— Uma Thurman
The Ceremony actress on how she felt about playing the "older woman" in the film.

"I want to give them something terrific. What if I f--- it up at the end? What if I do a Lost? Then they'll come after me with pitchforks and torches."
— George R.R. Martin
The Game of Thrones writer on his worries about finishing the seven-book series.

"It occurred to me just to interview him straight, as he has, after all, been a whistle-blower. But then I thought I might possibly get more — and it might be more fun — if I secretly taped him. The bugger bugged, as it were."
— Hugh Grant
The actor, a victim of News of the World's phone-tapping operation, on secretly recording a conversation with former NOTW reporter Paul McMullan for a piece in New Statesman.

"Television is a very rough and tough business. You have to work with people you certainly wouldn't socialize with."
— Mark Burnett
The TV producer, who announced a joint venture with Hearst Corp. on April 11, in a speech at the Matrix Awards.

"When everyone else passes, it shows up on Reelz."
— Message at the end of Saturday Night Live's skit "The Roosevelts," which parodied ReelzChannel's miniseries The Kennedys.

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