Yes, I Did Say That!

Like John Travolta? Come out! Come on. How many masseurs have to come forward? Let's do this."

-- Rashida Jones: The Parks and Recreation actress, joking about the need for more openly gay actors. She has since tweeted an apology to Travolta for her "thoughtless comment."

"Roseanne, it's not your fault you were attracted to Tom. You thought with all that white powder on his upper lip, there must be a doughnut somewhere."

-- Jane Lynch: The host of the Comedy Central roast of Roseanne Barr, joking about Barr's reasons for marrying former cocaine user Tom Arnold.

"It's my duty to promote this movie … but can you imagine what it feels like to see people making a business out of your pain?"

-- Vanessa Paradis: The actress, criticizing reporters who asked about the end of her 14-year relationship with Johnny Depp while she promoted her new movie Cornouaille.

"He couldn't do it. He would be terrible."

-- Bruce Jenner: The reality star and former Olympic gold medal decathlete on how Usain Bolt, self-proclaimed greatest athlete of all time, would do in a decathlon.

"Thy Judgment is Near … and its herald shall be called 'Honey Boo Boo.' "

-- Damon Lindelof: The Lost writer, tweeting about the new TLC show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, featuring a 6-year-old spun off from Toddlers and Tiaras.

"I do not understand how to bring the core brand of Nivea in conjunction with Rihanna. Nivea is a company which stands for trust, family and reliability."

-- Stefan Heidenreich: The new CEO of Nivea, on why he ended the singer's endorsement contract with the skin care company.

"Arguing with morons on twitter is like correcting Graffiti on a public toilet wall that you will never need to use again."

-- Ricky Gervais: The actor, tweeting his exasperation about the intensity of fan engagement on Twitter.

"This is awful. I was hoping it would be Jindal so I could play him in the HBO movie."

-- Kal Penn: The actor and former Obama adviser, joking about Mitt Romney picking Paul Ryan as his running mate instead of Indian-American Bobby Jindal, the Louisiana governor.

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