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I don't watch 'American Idol.' I don't watch any of that stuff.
My only worry about tweeting and modern technology is how it has crept into even the darkest corners of the absolute global village we live in.
One thing that's great about firefighters: If they don't have the equipment they desperately need, they don't have the help, they don't care. They'll do it on their own.
In addition to my cousin, there were 30 or 40 guys I grew up with who became firefighters as well. So, I've been around firefighters all my life.
I think all priests should be married.
Hockey's my favorite sport.
No matter what anybody says, relationships are based on physical attraction. The first time I saw my wife, it was pure animal whatever.
You try to - you want to fly on both sides of the political fence because that's where the - where the comedy is.
I've always had a thing for Catwoman. Michelle Pfeiffer or Halle Berry in tight leather pants, with the boots - I'm pretty good with either one.
I'm really good at laundry, and I have no problem cleaning the kitchen.
My dad was very much a John Wayne kind of guy, but he was also a great guy, great sense of humor, a real dedicated dad. I don't think he ever missed a hockey game I was in.
Here's the problem with Easter. The Catholic Church needs to pick a date because it keeps moving. And I think the reason they always have Easter moving to different dates is to catch us.
There's not going to be a 'Rescue Me' movie. Not a chance.
You just can't win. Men have very recent land mines in their heads. Women have recorded conversations and photographs in their heads from 15 years ago.
Marriage is like a dull meal with the dessert at the beginning.
Most movies suck, even the independent ones. Hollywood is like baseball: Hit three good ones out of 10 and you're a Hall of Famer.
If you had no enemies, you had no fun.
Kids are incredibly expensive. But it pays off later when they are better educated, bigger, and better-looking than you. And find you incessantly boring and uncool.
I remember 9/11; we had 'Comics Come Home' about a month after those events. That night, even the comedians were concerned. Would the audience be ready to laugh? It was a release for everyone.
Sin is in, and so we begin.
It says on the back of the Nyquil box, 'May cause drowsiness.' It should say, 'Don't make any plans, OK? Kiss your family and friends good-bye.'
We didn't have rehab back in the Seventies. Back in the Seventies, rehab meant you stopped doing coke, but you kept smoking pot and drinking for a couple more weeks.
Wolfhounds helped kill off the wolves in Ireland.
I wanted to be a hockey player. Where I grew up, the basketball courts were rarely used. I was terrible in school and actually said, 'I'm going to be a hockey player.'
I'm born and raised in the Northeast. My parents are Irish immigrants. So our tendency is to shy away from the big yellow ball that comes up in the sky every once in a while.
The best comedy audiences in the country and this is tried and true, I'm not just saying it, in my opinion are Boston, Atlanta, and Chicago.
Sometimes 'great acting' is just showing off - chewing up scenery and dialogue and other actors - the equivalent of a theatrical sugar rush.
The best thing about series TV is that everyone you work with is hand-picked, as compared to working on a film.
There's no male Oprah.
There's no way around it, drama is very difficult to shoot. It's very heavy and something that you carry with you for the course of the day.
People saying, 'Life didn't turn out the way I wanted it to.' Welcome to the club. I wanted to be the starting center-fielder for the Boston Red Sox, for chrissakes!
You can't teach somebody how to be funny. You're either funny, or you ain't.
Campbell [Scott] also directed me in a film with Hope Davis called Final. That was the first thing we did together, but I've known him for years.
The second season is generally easier do because you know the actors better and they know the characters better and if everybody likes each other you can really go all types of places.
I like to give the actors freedom to take what we have on the page and improve on it. And they do that quite a bit.
Once people start to think they've wasted parts of their life, or they're wasting their life as they speak, that means there's going to be great dramatic and comedic tension.
He [ Campbell Scott ] is also a really funny guy which not a lot of people know.
The key thing is to get that one splash - that one song or that one video for a song - that catches people's eyes. Because it's all digital content now.
When I clicked into this idea of doing a band and examining a band as a dysfunctional family, I wanted to reverse that Rescue Me formula.
Rosemary Rodriguez directed on Rescue Me for us, and I love her. She's fantastic with actresses and she's got a great sense of humor. That was a huge thing for me.
I wanted a more female point of view.
What I've learned is that life is too short and movies are too long.
All knowledge is ultimately rooted in metaphorical (or analogical) modes of perception and thought.
I'm one of the people that when I wake up I have to do what I do. It's not like I want to do it. I kind of have to do it.
Peter Falk and Denis Leary today walked into a Starbucks and shot 27 people, without any announcement whatsoever.
Don't buy the toys that make the noise!
Personally, I think Jim Henson said it best when he said "Anybody got an aspirin? I think I've got a cold."
I just think it's difficult for them to see the forest for the trees right now, which I can't blame them for, given the circumstances they found themselves in.
It became sort of a snowball effect, with guys trying to deal in their own way with 9/11, whether it was drinking or whatever.
You get to a certain point, especially if you're a comedian, where people think certain things. It's like, I don't take the time to explain it to people, it's just part of what I do.