Yes, I Did Say That!

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A look at who's saying what in entertainment.

Nobody believes Arnold could have kept this from Maria Shriver for 10 years because that would have required acting."
-- Bill Maher
On reports that Shriver didn't know her husband, Arnold Schwarzenegger, had a child with the family's housekeeper.

"If you're going to jump a shark, jump a big one. Still, we've had good innings. Ha ha."
-- Ricky Gervais
Blogging about The Office's cameo-heavy season finale. He later backtracked, writing that it wasn't a diss and was "meant to be a little self-deprecating in-joke."

"I'm so not a financial person. I had to re-read the script four times before even accepting the job. I just couldn't follow it."
-- Cynthia Nixon
On her new HBO movie, Too Big to Fail, being confusing to her because of the numerous Wall Street players.

"Uh-oh, Lars. That was intense."
-- Kirsten Dunst
The Melancholia star, speaking privately to Lars von Trier after the director said during the film's Cannes press conference that he considered himself a Nazi.

"She got very close to it -- so close, perhaps, that she couldn't see it. We could see very clearly what we thought were the problems, and she didn't think they were as big a problem as we did."
-- Bono
On Julie Taymor, who was fired as director of Broadway's Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, whose score he co-wrote.

"Someone must find Julia Roberts. Sit her down. Slap her hard across the face. #eatpraylovewasoncablelastnight."
-- Emily Cutler
The Community writer-producer, tweeting about watching Roberts' 2010 film Eat Pray Love for the first time.

"CBS … found another tool, Ashton Kutcher. He happens to be a pretty solid choice. He's popular, he's handsome, he's talented, and he has experience. Remember, he did a very good job replacing Bruce Willis."
-- Jimmy Kimmel
Joking at the ABC upfront about Charlie Sheen's Two and a Half Men replacement.

"I've been doing comedy for a long time, and I never thought it was vaginal."
-- Maya Rudolph
On being asked if she thinks the success of Bridesmaids is a triumph for female comedians.

"So I say, 'January, you are an actress in a show, and everybody's going to forget about you in a few years, so f---ing be nice' -- and I got up and left."
-- Zach Galifianakis
On meeting Mad Men's January Jones at a party and thinking she was rude.

"Honestly, I was sort of hoping the world would end on Saturday, cause then  I wouldn't have to tweet anymore."
-- Seth MacFarlane
The Family Guy creator, in a tweet about the Rapture that didn't occur.