Yes, I Did Say That!

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A look at who's saying what in entertainment.

I was homeless, I didn't have any money, and I was living in my car. I was 18. I wasn't averse to going down to Santa Monica Boulevard and letting a guy buy me a sandwich. Know what I mean?"
-- Thomas Jane
The Hung star, on supporting himself as a gay prostitute years ago in Los Angeles.

"Wow, if Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher can't make it … I honestly can't think of a coherent end to that sentence."
-- Josh Malina
The In Plain Sight actor, unable to come up with even 140 characters to lament the rumored end of the marriage of Moore and Kutcher.

"The corporate world with record profits could stand to be reined in a little bit. After all, we did bail their asses out."
-- Mark Ruffalo
The actor, tweeting his support for the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York.

"I'm black, then lesbian. I can't be the poster child for everything."
-- Wanda Sykes
The comedian, on her reluctance to be a spokeswoman for breast cancer after revealing she had a double mastectomy.

"I would do it, but I don't want to be called the first black James Bond. … Sean Connery wasn't the Scottish James Bond, and Daniel Craig wasn't the blue-eyed James Bond."
-- Idris Elba
The actor, on rumors that he is being considered as the next 007.

"I don't like to shoot action scenes anyway."
-- Roland Emmerich
The director of 2012 and The Day After Tomorrow, on the virtues of his new film Anonymous, a period drama about Shakespeare.

"We're definitely not the African Kardashians."
-- Dorothy Adjoa Amuah
The granddaughter of Nelson Mandela, on the new reality series she is filming with her two cousins.

"Some of us have strong opinions and are often misunderstood. My analogy was extreme -- but it was to make a point. … I have always respected the office of the president."
-- Hank Williams Jr.
The country singer, apologizing after he compared President Obama to Hitler on Fox News. Later, ESPN pulled his theme song from its Oct. 3 Monday Night Football game.

"It's very hard for me to say. … It gives me chills."
-- Barbara Walters
After she said the 'N' word on The View in the context of a story about presidential candidate Rick Perry's poorly named ranch.

"Berlusconi's Verdict on Amanda Knox: 'Too Old' "
-- Andy Borowitz
The comic, speculating in a tweet on 75-year-old Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's reaction to the Oct. 3 news that an Italian court had exonerated American  Amanda Knox, 24.

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