Yes, I Did Say That!

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A look at who's saying what in entertainment.

By the time I finished the movie, I'd been sent maybe 15 vibrators by different people. … So I have this incredible collection, and I actually use like one or two of them. I lend them to my friends."
-- Maggie Gyllenhaal
The star of Hysteria, which is about the invention of the vibrator.

"When you think about it, time is on my side. What is Steve, 100? So no matter how many times he hosts, I'll always have time to catch up."
-- Alec Baldwin
The actor, 53, who hosted Saturday Night Live a record-breaking 16th time Sept. 24, on his chances of staying ahead of Steve Martin, who has 15 appearances.

"I have tried to curb 'you people.' There is no curbing the gay man."
-- Patti Stanger
The Millionaire Matchmaker star, arguing on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live that gay men are not monogamous. She later apologized.

"It was such a bizarre experience to see that level of conviction from the head of the studio. Amy Pascal just has huge brass balls."
-- Michael Lewis
The Moneyball author, on how the Sony Pictures chief stuck with the project through numerous setbacks.

"This is a hoot Southwest Airlines The LUV Airline! the 'luv' airline. What kind of 'luv' are ya talkin bout?"
-- Sandra Bernhard
Tweeting her surprise that The L Word actress Leisha Hailey got thrown off a Southwest flight forkissing her girlfriend.

"Screw the country. We're going to do whatever we do to get this black man. We're going to do whatever we can to get this black man outta here."
-- Morgan Freeman
The actor, offering his interpretation of the Tea Party's opposition to President Obama.

"I'm almost 28, and it's not fun to be asked: 'What are you doing today? What do you want for dinner? When are you going to be home?' It just makes you feel like a kid."
-- Jonah Hill
The actor, on the perils of moving back in with his parents while his house is being renovated.

"I've got a knack for stepping into shit."
-- Brad Pitt
The actor, on what some perceived to be his veiled criticism of marriage to Jennifer Aniston in an interview.

" 'Weak' is a word the mainstream press will give to all Republicans always, as a precursor to killing them off. … It saddens me. America used to be able to get straight journalism."
-- Roger Ailes
The Fox News president, criticizing coverage of the Republican presidential candidates as he promised to temper his channel's right-wing lean.


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