Yes, I Did Say That!

A look at who's saying what in entertainment.

My husband is kind of a wonder sperm kind of guy. I mean, just have a look at him and you can see."

-- Jennifer Garner: The actress, on being pregnant, on and off, for the past seven years with her and husband Ben Affleck's three children.

"He started looking like me. So that's when I kind of got it. … It was never discussed. But, I mean, I put the things together."

-- Arnold Schwarzenegger: The actor, claiming he didn't realize an extramarital affair with his housekeeper resulted in her having his child until after he was elected governor of California.

"A sidestep could maybe … well, we'll see."

-- J.K. Rowling: The author, insisting she'd avoid a traditional prequel or sequel but hinting she might revisit and add to the Harry Potter books in the future.

"I've even been asked if I was from the South."

-- Lucy Liu: The Elementary actress, on fans always saying her first and last names together like "Lucy Lou."

"@neilyoung you follow no one. Following me first would be a cool move. For me."

-- Judd Apatow: The producer, in a tweet, asking the rock legend to make him the only person he is following on Twitter. Young obliged, and a starstruck Apatow tweeted, "I can't breathe."

"Anytime Seth wants to race me in a pool, I'll be more than happy to."

-- Ryan Lochte: The Olympic gold medal swimmer, responding to Seth MacFarlane's impression of him as dumb on Saturday Night Live.

"First of all, I thought that stuff was so painfully written in advance."

-- Jim Bell: The Today executive producer, on the media characterizing a fired Ann Curry and her first post-Today appearance with former co-anchor Matt Lauer during the Summer Olympics as awkward.

"It's an ego thing to do."

-- Ron Burkle: The billionaire Yucaipa Cos. founder and Relativity Media principal partner, on why he's increasing his investments in Hollywood despite the financial risks.



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