Yes, I Did Say That!
A look at who's saying what in entertainment.
I was 14 when I did My So-Called Life, so it was a very different experience. I'm not breaking out as much as I was then. That's a relief."
-- Claire Danes
On her return to TV in Showtime's Homeland.
"You know, so little is asked of people who are getting so much. I mean, I don't mind paying more. I really don't mind paying more taxes."
-- Matt Damon
Sharing his view on the debt-ceiling debate; the comment engendered outrage from right-wing pundits.
"By the way, CAA does all my packaging, just so you know."
-- Peter Tolan
The Rescue Me co-creator, after dropping his pants onstage at TCA.
"I have personal stuff on Arnold. ... If they found that stuff, he never would have been governor."
-- Anthony Pellicano
The private investigator to the stars, who is serving 15 years in prison, about his former client Arnold Schwarzenegger.
"The working title, actually, was Douchebag, but apparently we couldn't get it. Fox already got it."
-- Tim Allen
On deciding a name for his new ABC sitcom, Last Man Standing.
"People look at me like I'm f--ing insane, like I'm Hitler. One day the light will shine through, and one day people will understand everything I ever did."\
-- Kanye West
The rapper, during England's Big Chill Festival on Aug. 6. His comment was met with boos from the audience.
"Camacho terminated Plaintiff as a UTA client on May 20, 2011, via text message, with no explanation."
-- Scott Einziger
The reality TV producer, alleging in a lawsuit that he was dropped by UTA agent Michael Camacho after complaining, among other things, about Camacho's "serious personal relationship" with Einziger's boss, producer Ellen Rakieten.
"We have a lot of people who are TV people who have made movies. It doesn't matter that they do other things; what really counts is her contribution to humanity."
-- Tom Sherak
The Motion Picture Academy president, reacting to criticism about the Academy's decision to give Oprah Winfrey the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award at the 2012 Oscars.
"Now that I've been KILLED in the stock market I am going to have to begin caring if my films make money."
-- Rod Lurie
The Straw Dogs filmmaker via Twitter, lamenting the state of his financial portfolio.
"My butt is getting some serious play. I worked on that butt!"
-- Dylan McDermott
Joking about his many nude shots in FX's upcoming American Horror Story.