"I went into television because I hated it so, and I thought there was some way of using this fabulous instrument to be of nurture to those who would watch and listen."
Submitted by JoelAnair 12 months ago
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Father Christmas. Santa Claus. Or, as I've always known him, Jeff.
Submitted by librariansti almost 2 years ago
Speed is crucial in TV. Under the pressure of production, you have to be able to bang out good scripts on a clock. A writer who can finish a solid draft in two months? They’re easy to find. I’m interested in the writer who can write that draft in two days.
— Matt Nix
Submitted by amaguire about 2 years ago
Blaine and I love football. Well, Blaine loves football; I love scarves.
I try to make a habit of not touching carnie folk but fella, I’ll take it!
And the glee club together with the football team was like a double rainbow. A zombie double rainbow.
Right now this is all that stands between me and a Harley Davidson.
It's going to be a night of partying and heavy drinking. Or as Charlie Sheen calls it – breakfast.
You’re a much bigger star than me. You present a show that gets 30 million viewers. I’m on a cable channel.
You remind me of one of those knock-off DVDs. At first glance quite convincing, but afterwards you’re just impossible to follow.
It’s a science museum. It’s either going to be something to do with science or… museums?
You've got to earn respect. People are starting to see, when I open my mouth, I have to say something.
I keep hearing a lot of hot air coming out of your mouth, so in the interests of climate change shut up.
Television has become predictable, vulgar and nasty.
Submitted by Kaye11 over 2 years ago