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Sci-Fi
  the Expanse (s5 dec16 2020)
  Firefly

Psychology
  Mr. Robot
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WATCHING
  person of interest
  vikings
  the age of AI

SPRING-ANIME
  tower of god -- wednesday ::: seen 4
  appare-ranmen (engineer and samurai race) ::: seen 2
  otome (villaness (Hamefura!)) ::: seen 3
  princess connect ::: seen 3

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  Westworld (sundays)
  Killing Eve (sundays)


  Somali -- thursdays
  infinite -- thursdays
  Itai -- wednesdays
  railgun
Somali --- girl and golem
Itai --- BOFURI: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, so I'll Max Out My Defense.

2020
  picard (s2 jan2021)-- thursdays
  altered carbon -- feb 27th
  westworld (s4 2021)
  april 26th KILLING EVE

FUTURE TV
MACKENZIE DAVIS
  Station Eleven 2020 scifi

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1:I have a hit TV show. ~ Kim Kardashian,
2:I acted in millions of TV shows. ~ Sebastian Bach,
3:You know, a TV show is a slow build. ~ Ray Romano,
4:My day job is making TV shows. ~ Seth Grahame Smith,
5:I think TV shows have usurped films! ~ Edie Campbell,
6:60 Minutes (TV show) 666 Fifth Avenue ~ Michael Wolff,
7:... her life like a TV show about summer. ~ Emma Cline,
8:Cancer is so much bigger than a TV show. ~ Laura Linney,
9:I never have kids in movies or in TV shows. ~ David Spade,
10:Doing a half-hour TV show is a dream ~ Julia Louis Dreyfus,
11:Twin Peaks' is my favorite American TV show. ~ Rebecca Hall,
12:Growing up, my favorite TV show was Star Trek ~ Casper Van Dien,
13:Nobody really knows what makes a hit TV show. ~ James MacArthur,
14:Your soul will be canceled like a dumb TV show. ~ Michael Poore,
15:It's so hard to figure out how to end a TV show. ~ Scott Aukerman,
16:It's a TV show. Only the emotional damage is real. ~ Steven Moffat,
17:I don't care if I never do another TV show in my life. ~ Bobby Darin,
18:I watch cartoons the way most adults watch reality-TV shows. ~ Ne Yo,
19:Most TV shows don't reward you for paying attention. ~ Matt Groening,
20:All TV shows are basically part of the same storyline. ~ Lauren Graham,
21:I'm not sitting around thinking of ideas for TV shows. ~ Damon Lindelof,
22:I just don't know that a TV show demands a movie ending. ~ Lauren Graham,
23:A TV show is constant work, which is the great thing about it. ~ Seth Rogen,
24:I download TV shows more and more, especially from the US. ~ Julian Ovenden,
25:I've feel like I've been doing TV shows most of my life. ~ Miranda Cosgrove,
26:I really like 'Batman.' Not the TV show, but the dark 'Batman.' ~ Denis Leary,
27:It's fun being on a TV show and not having to wear heels. ~ Trieste Kelly Dunn,
28:My wife says I'm much happier when I'm not a regular on a TV show. ~ Alan Dale,
29:Our brand at Netflix is really focused on movies and TV shows. ~ Reed Hastings,
30:I was a guy who abandoned a TV show. I didn't care about people. ~ David Caruso,
31:I came to Hollywood and nobody knew me. I was on a coupla TV shows. ~ Peter Falk,
32:Bit parts in Mediocre TV shows won't develop your acting chops. ~ Stephen Collins,
33:I'm really excited about my TV show. I wrote it with my best friend. ~ Pell James,
34:Every name in a TV show has to be run by the legal department first. ~ Gina Bellman,
35:I wanted to end it now, like a bad TV show turned off in the middle. ~ Tawni O Dell,
36:Sometimes you see auteur TV shows and movies, and those are great. ~ Akiva Goldsman,
37:I don't want to do television. A TV show sitcom? I don't even watch TV. ~ China Chow,
38:It's actually much harder to develop a TV show than I had anticipated. ~ Diablo Cody,
39:I did the figure of Diana in V, a cult TV show seen all over the world. ~ Jane Badler,
40:So many funny things happen to me everyday I should have a TV show. ~ Kurt Braunohler,
41:I always viewed [the podcast and the TV show] as two separate things. ~ Scott Aukerman,
42:I'm scared of watching a TV show about vampires. I can't fall asleep. ~ Maurice Sendak,
43:There's so many more better TV shows than films coming out, in my opinion. ~ Amy Smart,
44:When you're recording a TV show, you really feel like you're in a bubble. ~ Judy Greer,
45:It's a lot of hard work to do a weekly TV show. It's certainly not fun. ~ Michael Moore,
46:Being on the floor of a TV show is sometimes a quite frustrating experience. ~ Tom Ellis,
47:I love 'Homeland.' I think it's such a well-done, well-acted TV show. ~ Victoria Justice,
48:The schedule of doing a live TV show every week is very difficult. ~ Julia Louis Dreyfus,
49:My job is summer camp. I come and talk and try to make a TV show funny. ~ Danny Masterson,
50:And I don't think that success can be measured by how many TV shows you're on. ~ Clay Aiken,
51:My favorite TV show is probably 'Glee.' I'm a Gleek, like everyone else! ~ Victoria Justice,
52:In California, they don't throw their garbage away - they make it into TV shows. ~ Woody Allen,
53:The only people who do plays in LA are people who can't get jobs in TV shows. ~ William H Macy,
54:There is a great degree of comfort with your family when you're on a TV show. ~ Gillian Jacobs,
55:A TV show can't hold people and institutions to account like good journalism can. ~ David Simon,
56:Veep is the best and most realistic political TV show out there. ~ Christopher Michael Cillizza,
57:I loved Laurel and Hardy and TV shows like 'Robin Hood' and 'Rama of the Jungle'. ~ Stephen Lang,
58:We’d thought we were making a TV show; instead, we had flown boldly into legend. ~ William Shatner,
59:Hosting a TV show is a full-time job in which success is defined by it never ending. ~ John Hodgman,
60:Joey, my older brother, had his own TV show in the '50s, along with Cathy Callahan. ~ William Devane,
61:So many people are are using the Internet now to watch movies and TV shows online. ~ Luke Pasqualino,
62:I want to do more comedy... I've done a couple TV shows that had some comedy going on. ~ Sunny Mabrey,
63:I'm liver than Jay, Davy, and Kathy and Regis, been on more MTV shows than Butthead and Beavis. ~ Nelly,
64:It's weird how with a TV show, you don't have just the one ending - you have the many. ~ Vince Gilligan,
65:Most TV shows are about strong characters and strong actors, and we certainly have those. ~ Darren Star,
66:I'd like to go the Cher route and act and sing and write and have a TV show and do it all. ~ Bonnie McKee,
67:I feel like every first episode of a TV show is bad, you know, and it always improves. ~ Anthony Jeselnik,
68:My favorite TV shows are Orange Is the New Black, House of Cards, Modern Family, and Veep. ~ Danai Gurira,
69:Any time you get to dig deeper into your character, you welcome it, especially on a TV show. ~ Josh Charles,
70:People are recognizing that I am an entrepreneur and do more than be on a reality TV show. ~ Kim Kardashian,
71:I liken actors and movies and TV shows to football teams. We all have our favorite ones. ~ Kristoffer Polaha,
72:I like the consistency of a TV show, but I like it for three months out of my year, not nine. ~ Allison Mack,
73:I'm really not that special. Really, I'm not. I was on a big TV show, but it was just a TV show. ~ Clay Aiken,
74:We've had American TV shows in Britain for years and that hasn't affected our culture at all. ~ Prince Andrew,
75:Whether it's being a leading man, making TV shows, being with my family, I've learned a lot. ~ Ashton Kutcher,
76:I watch a lot of TV. I love nothing more than having a good TV show on DVD, to just plow through. ~ Seth Rogen,
77:male peer reviewers regularly drag down aggregate review scores for TV shows aimed at women, ~ Jaclyn Friedman,
78:The writers' strike a couple years ago was a bonanza for reality TV shows new and old. ~ Carole Nelson Douglas,
79:Coming back to New Girl was a real reminder of how lucky I am to be on a popular network TV show. ~ Ty Simpkins,
80:I'm much more used to the TV shows, which are demanding to write and perform but very fulfilling. ~ Rory Bremner,
81:I never skimp on TV. I watch an embarrassing amount of TV shows. I don't even know how I do it. ~ Dakota Fanning,
82:I'm always working on stuff. But they never materialize. I'm always working on movies and TV shows. ~ Colin Quinn,
83:Every TV show is a crapshoot, really. But every once in a while, a show gets anointed as 'the show.' ~ Simon Baker,
84:I remember my first show was a live TV show in Ireland, and I was just petrified. It was horrific. ~ Caroline Corr,
85:Trying to negotiate getting a couple of kids to watch the same TV show requires serious diplomacy. ~ Dee Dee Myers,
86:I have not watched the TV show. I do not generally watch TV sci-fi drama shows. They make me itch. ~ Charles Stross,
87:it’s been estimated that the brain has the storage capacity of three million hours of TV shows (7). ~ Daniel G Amen,
88:I wouldn't know all that I do about history, if I spent my time watching cartoons and other TV shows. ~ Ann Coulter,
89:I barely ever watch TV, but when I do, I usually only watch MTV shows, like 'The Real World Sydney.' ~ Ryan Sheckler,
90:I never thought I would run for Congress. If you look back at a certain reality TV show, you know that. ~ Sean Duffy,
91:I can sing in front of people. I can go on a TV show, live, and not feel like I'm going to throw up. ~ Kara DioGuardi,
92:What if it was cats who invented technology, would they have TV shows starring rubber sqeaky toys? ~ Douglas Coupland,
93:I rarely watch TV, and in the past two years, I've done three TV shows. It's quite interesting. ~ Oliver Jackson Cohen,
94:I was sad Jon Ronson, who wrote in the Guardian and has made a TV show for Channel 4, took against me. ~ Jonathan King,
95:Theres nothing that can beat the feeling of doing a movie or a TV show that makes everyone feel good. ~ Shelley Duvall,
96:When you're writing for a TV show, what's great is that you always know what actor you're writing to. ~ Michael Brandt,
97:I'm a character-driven director, and I tend to fall in love with the characters in my movies and TV shows. ~ Doug Liman,
98:I'm not going to watch two TV shows with vaginas in them unless somebody tells me why they're different! ~ Ilana Glazer,
99:Sometimes writing about a TV show, or a movie, or a book, is the most honest way to write about yourself. ~ Aaron Burch,
100:You have to understand that I'm not just some guy who voices characters in animated movie and TV shows. ~ Jack McBrayer,
101:I got to have a TV show that really was the talk of the nation for a while there. So I'm a very lucky guy. ~ Marc Cherry,
102:I love when people in culture show up on fictional TV shows. I don't mind at all being a name from the '90s. ~ Lisa Loeb,
103:It's like we stepped into some TV show about cops or spies. Only we're not cops or spies. We're teenagers. ~ April Henry,
104:If we don't like a radio or TV show, we turn it off. If the left don't like it, they try to shut it down. ~ Rush Limbaugh,
105:I don't know why British actors are getting big parts in American TV shows. Maybe it's because we're cheap. ~ Dominic West,
106:The wonderful thing about a TV show is if you get picked up for another season, there's no happily ever after. ~ Guy Branum,
107:You come to America, and, if you do a big TV show, then you can be overexposed, or old, before you're new. ~ Chris Hemsworth,
108:I don't care what TV show you work on, even a movie for that matter, it's all about time and money eventually. ~ Nicholas Lea,
109:I let my music do the talking. Ain't no TV show gonna help me. Ain't no hit single gon help me sell no records. ~ Schoolboy Q,
110:I'm in a play on Broadway, I have an animated TV show coming up, I have a few movies that just came out. ~ Neil Patrick Harris,
111:Writing pilots is such a specific thing. It's not even really writing TV shows. A pilot is its own beast. ~ June Diane Raphael,
112:I can't say I was like a die-hard zombie fan, but I've definitely seen a few different zombie movies and TV shows. ~ Dave Franco,
113:I don't want to be a TV star for the sake of being on TV. I want to have a TV show that's based around my comedy. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
114:My thing is when we're doing a movie or TV show, I just want to go in and look at it and go, "That was great." ~ James Patterson,
115:And above all else, remember that the end of a movie (or a TV show, or a play, or a book) is never really the end. ~ Jen Calonita,
116:I do everything for my fans. I do my clothing line, my fragrance, my TV show, my music everything is based on them ~ Selena Gomez,
117:I have terrible taste in things: music, movies, TV shows. I love all the guilty pleasures: Bravo, Real Housewives. ~ Grace Helbig,
118:I never met a survivalist. How do you get a job like that anyway?'
She smiled wanly. 'First you need a TV show. ~ Carl Hiaasen,
119:I've been involved in lots of comic book stuff; I've done numerous films based on comic books and TV shows. ~ Jeffrey Dean Morgan,
120:Knowing the right questions is better than knowing all the right answers" Caleb from Pretty Little Liars (TV Show) ~ Sara Shepard,
121:My name is Malcolm Pomerantz, and I’m an axe man, though not like those guys on that reality-TV show about loggers. ~ Dean Koontz,
122:It was such a bigger picture [ Westworld] than what I thought it was. It's more of a revolution than a TV show. ~ Evan Rachel Wood,
123:I can never say a line someone else has given me, which is why script meetings on TV shows always go terribly for me. ~ Alexa Chung,
124:My first paid role was my first job out of drama school, which was Just William. It was a BBC TV show. I played Ethel. ~ Lily James,
125:Parodies of commercials are by no means new and have been popular going back to black-and-white TV shows of the '50s. ~ Dan Aykroyd,
126:Working with civilians, like this was that TV show about the wizard with the talking skull and the twatty name. ~ Caitlin Kittredge,
127:I had played many gay characters before, but they were finite - guest characters in TV shows or characters in plays. ~ Eric McCormack,
128:I can’t recall a single amazing thing I have seen firsthand that I didn’t immediately reference to a movie or TV show. ~ Gillian Flynn,
129:Dan Harmon has this idea that characters on TV are allowed to talk about their favorite movies and TV shows and songs. ~ Gillian Jacobs,
130:The TV show. Any time you're playing, this is the gift, you get to play someone else. You get to be someone who you're not. ~ Steve Howey,
131:When you do a TV show, there's always the fear that it will become tired and you'll know exactly what's going to happen. ~ Mads Mikkelsen,
132:I never thought I would get such a perfect role in 'Modern Family.' A lot of TV shows now are looking for more Latin women. ~ Sofia Vergara,
133:The Netflix brand for TV shows is really all about binge viewing. The ability to get hooked and watch episode after episode. ~ Reed Hastings,
134:While content consumption, like watching a TV show, is an example of finite variability, content creation is infinitely variable. ~ Nir Eyal,
135:I'm obsessed with voices in film. I have this memory of how people say words, even on the most intensely stupid reality TV show. ~ Jenny Hval,
136:In the long term, you have to believe that movies and TV shows will be like the opera and the novel, pretty nichey businesses. ~ Reed Hastings,
137:So I do have to work, you know, and I find as many movies and TV shows that I can, because otherwise I wouldn't have an income. ~ Tippi Hedren,
138:In the middle of Beaches there's a scene from the "Laverne & Shirley" TV show so they see some history of my work in each film. ~ Garry Marshall,
139:Anytime you test for a TV show, you have that bit of squeamishness entering into it because they lock you in for a number years. ~ Sam Huntington,
140:I was raised in the theater and, as it turned out, a TV show was like performing a new one-act play. So, it was really no different. ~ Bea Arthur,
141:She knew exactly what happened in Las Palabras, every single program. It kind of made me wonder why this wasn’t a reality TV show. ~ Karina Halle,
142:I do like the process of producing. Later in my career, like when I had the TV show, I was a producer and I've been on a few things. ~ Geena Davis,
143:If Mitch McConnell were a TV show, he would be ‘Mad Men,’ treating women unfairly, stuck in 1968 and ending this season. ~ Alison Lundergan Grimes,
144:There's two kinds of press that you get when you put out a TV show: The reviews, and the people that just decide what the reviews say. ~ Louis C K,
145:A film has a sort of life over time, whereas a TV show comes up in your living room, and its immediate, and people write about it. ~ Timothy Hutton,
146:I grew up like Athena — covered with playing cards instead of armor — and, at the age of seven, materialized on a TV show, doing magic. ~ Ricky Jay,
147:I think there are a lot more writers who are actors than you know; they just don't have roles on famous TV shows that you recognize. ~ Danny Strong,
148:One of the things I've learned by working on the 'Walking Dead' and other TV shows is to be more tolerant of other people's process. ~ Glen Mazzara,
149:When I did TV shows and my other movies, I never try to do it for anybody. I just do what I think is good no matter what the genre is. ~ Will Gluck,
150:I think my biggest problem was, as a celebrity on a TV show, you get an inflated ego and you think you're the center of the universe. ~ Kirk Cameron,
151:My first car was in 2006 when I got on my first TV show - a BMW 328i2 four-door sedan in slate grey. That was a great day, that was. ~ Rebecca Mader,
152:I'm just saying stupid, funny things when I'm hanging out on the TV show. When I'm making music I'm in a completely different zone. ~ Chanel West Coast,
153:I'd love to have my own TV show, in the way that Julianna Margulies has 'The Good Wife,' or a lovely ensemble show, like 'Six Feet Under.' ~ Lara Pulver,
154:I do a TV show about a priest in London, and he is also slightly beleaguered and is subject to fate and misfortune and daily difficulty. ~ Tom Hollander,
155:I held up my Gray’s Anatomy by way of answering. She huffed. “Why don’t you just watch the TV show instead of reading that big fat book? ~ Brenna Aubrey,
156:I'm looking for a deal from one of you TV networks to give Snoop Dogg his own hood TV show where I can find America's hottest hood artists. ~ Snoop Dogg,
157:It doesn't matter if it's a school play or a dumb TV show. It's your work. You should care about it so much that people get annoyed with you. ~ Tina Fey,
158:My boy, that was a TV show. I used a stunt double. I always use a stunt double. Except in love scenes. I insist on doing those myself. ~ William Shatner,
159:When you're a regular on a TV show, they give you more of a backstory, so with these recurring gigs, you have to make up your own backstory. ~ Alan Dale,
160:I still play that guitar. It's a Martin D-18 with a clear pick guard. I've played that guitar on and off my TV shows for nearly 50 years. ~ Andy Griffith,
161:When you have a TV show or when you are running a magazine, you have to remember that your audience isn't rich. They're not made of money. ~ Greg Gutfeld,
162:Google is the enemy. I would tell that to anyone who enjoys any TV show like 'Game of Thrones' to avoid it; it spoils so many storylines. ~ Richard Madden,
163:I spent my entire first pay cheque from Cracker, a TV show on ABC, on an Audi because my other car broke down and I needed to get to work. ~ Josh Hartnett,
164:These days, everyone is a writer, producer and movie star. You post something on the web, get enough hits, and suddenly you have TV show. ~ Dustin Diamond,
165:I don't have real big aspirations to be a movie star. I would love to be on a long-running hit TV show. You end up playing a defining role. ~ Jenna Fischer,
166:There's a huge demand for my entertainment, and I can't meet the need. So I decided to try a TV show to reach as many of my fans as possible. ~ Tyler Perry,
167:I think it's so important for all of us to be able to see ourselves represented in the books we read and the movies and TV shows we watch. ~ Hillary Clinton,
168:Most people get their politics, obviously, from TV shows about senators or movies about them or... all the day-to-day press and the talk shows. ~ Judd Gregg,
169:The hardest thing to walk away from, over a long-form TV show, is the comradery of the company, both with the crew and the group of actors. ~ Joshua Jackson,
170:I did a lot of terrible TV shows and was really terrible in them, and I've done terrible films I was terrible in, but nobody really noticed. ~ George Clooney,
171:30 Rock' is my favorite TV show and Tina Fey is one of my heroes. She was a dream to work with and the whole cast was just absolutely lovely. ~ Cristin Milioti,
172:If we give people the ability to buy a lot more because they can store a lot more, for a company that creates TV shows and movies, that's fantastic. ~ Bob Iger,
173:With a film, you know the beginning, middle and end of your character's arc. But on a TV show, you have no idea where they're going to end up. ~ Michael Eklund,
174:Also, if you're in a TV show that does turn out to be very successful, you then can do whatever you want to do in theater for a very long time. ~ Treat Williams,
175:I had told my agents that I never wanted to do an hour-long TV show. I said, "I'm not that stupid." Because it's the worst lifestyle in Hollywood. ~ Geena Davis,
176:Donald Trumps' senior advisor said on CNN that the US Presidential election was the ultimate reality TV show! Appeal to those you want to reach! ~ Martin Sorrell,
177:I am a little suspicious of industry paradigms. I feel like so many movies and TV shows feel so familiar because of over-reliance on these paradigms. ~ Alan Ball,
178:I’ve given it to, maybe ten of them have actually opened the book and done the exercises. Of those ten, seven have had books, movies, TV shows, ~ Timothy Ferriss,
179:If you like standup and decide that it's overtaking your life and want to hate it, watch 1,000 standup comedians who are trying to get on a TV show. ~ Adam DeVine,
180:You're used to a TV show, and TV is just made for TV shows. It's not made for live events.So anyways, I was resistant to it, but I did it anyway. ~ Norm MacDonald,
181:He was convinced that the purse was like that stupid phone booth thing on that TV show Hardison liked: bigger on the inside than the outside. ~ Keith R A DeCandido,
182:The most lucrative work I have done is presenting primetime TV shows. I do not know what other people earn but a six-figure salary is not uncommon. ~ Kate Thornton,
183:There are so many shoot-'em-up, action, jingoistic TV shows and movies that are made every year. I think the final line is that Hollywood is populist. ~ Adam McKay,
184:If, for some reason, everyone knew who I was without me having to have my own TV show, that's what I would do. That way, I could do less shows a year. ~ Jen Kirkman,
185:My biggest dream is to be able to be in a movie or some great TV show where I get to dance, and it's about a contemporary dancer of some kind. ~ Haley Lu Richardson,
186:My personal wish would be to have my own TV show but, if I could have anything, my wish for the world is that no one on the Earth would ever go hungry. ~ Coco Jones,
187:On Michael Moore TV show, when he went to the home of the guy who invented the car alarm and set off all the car alarms on the block... pretty funny. ~ P J O Rourke,
188:Probably the TV show I've watched the most is 'How It's Made' on the History Channel. I could watch 24 hours of 'How It's Made' and never get bored. ~ Shane Carruth,
189:You know you're getting older when they're making TV shows, sequels or plays for things that you did. It's very flattering and very humbling, indeed. ~ Winona Ryder,
190:younger Franco brother has had a slow, steady introduction to the business, with bit parts in movies like Superbad and TV shows like Greek. Soon enough, ~ Anonymous,
191:I remember when I first came to America and I saw posters for TV shows and I was like, "What?! Why does a television show deserve space on a billboard?" ~ Jamie Bell,
192:It's often the case with successful TV shows that they kind of inadvertently live on past their prime. It's best to leave the audience wanting more. ~ Vince Gilligan,
193:One incredible tool to accomplish bringing a product to the public is to put a face on TV shows, movies, and the actors in them by using good PR. ~ Kristoffer Polaha,
194:You should never be mean to other girls. I don't care what grade you're in. Be nice to people until you're my age... and you have your own TV show. ~ Chelsea Handler,
195:Directors, like actors, get typecast. And because I've had great success with comedy and horror and TV shows, that's basically what I'm kind of offered. ~ John Landis,
196:I stood there, watching her. The whole world was a dream, I realized. Everyone was acting in a bad soap opera. The whole world was one big FOX TV show. ~ Blake Nelson,
197:I believe I'm just getting started. The TV show is just the foundation.... If you're open to the possibilities, your life gets grander, bigger, bolder! ~ Oprah Winfrey,
198:I sort of knew very early on that I wanted to be a writer. Even in high school, I was a big movie buff, very much into TV shows, and would critique them. ~ Lena Waithe,
199:I spend 80% of my time in my restaurants. Taping my TV shows doesn't take much time, and then they get aired a lot. That's the thing people don't realize. ~ Bobby Flay,
200:I think that it's just extremely rare to see any kind of TV show that's completely written by one person, regardless of what any showrunner will tell you. ~ Judy Greer,
201:A hit show takes Hollywood magic indeed, but it also takes a lot of math and science, plus the study of polls and trends to make and sell a TV show. ~ Kristoffer Polaha,
202:I had a TV show called 'The Apprentice' and it's one of the most successful reality shows in the history of television. And now I'm doing something else. ~ Donald Trump,
203:In France, anyone can use your music on like a TV show or whatever - they don't need to ask permission. It's almost like a child when it has its own life. ~ Thomas Mars,
204:My cat, Andy, has been my best buddy since I was 18, and he doesn't care if I'm on a TV show or if I'm red-carpet ready. He just likes it when I'm there. ~ Jenna Fischer,
205:I'm a human just like any of the people that you adore, whether they're in TV shows or movies or they're writers or YouTubers. Their lives are not perfect. ~ Tyler Oakley,
206:I'm currently doing Undeclared an American TV show set in a college. It just got aired and got massive ratings so hopefully that'll screen in the UK soon ~ Charlie Hunnam,
207:Magazines and TV shows spend a lot of time focusing on what to do when we fall off the wagon rather than teaching us how to stay on it in the first place. ~ Rachel Hollis,
208:I forget sometimes that Im in the HBO stable because I am such a fan of so much of their programming. Like, The Wire is my favorite TV show of all time. ~ John Gallagher Jr,
209:I have to be careful of what TV shows I choose, particularly ones that have commercials in them, because it's going to be a different kind of television show. ~ John Hawkes,
210:We watch so many TV shows and movies about jaded or corrupt policemen, we forget people join the police force to do good, and they really care about that. ~ Enrico Colantoni,
211:I want to be like Tom Freston. Tom just flies around everywhere, gets to make movies, gets to start TV shows, hang out with cool people and do whatever he wants. ~ Shane Smith,
212:Even when people are rich and successful on TV shows, there's always some trouble - you have to poke holes in them, throw them out of a job, put a pie in the face. ~ Drew Carey,
213:I can't do anything I want to. I mean, I can't have my own TV show. I can't have my own movie. But within my little world, nobody tells me what to put on the albums. ~ Lou Reed,
214:I meet many people, I talk with them, like a TV show host. I show what's going on with Greenpeace, interesing political things, I have artists, musicians and bands. ~ Nina Hagen,
215:TV show is always challenging. It's challenging when you have all of the time and money in the world, and it's more challenging when you have less money. ~ Joseph McGinty Nichol,
216:From left to right, you recognize Mark Cuban, Daymond John, Barbara Corcoran, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner, and Robert Herjavec. You are on the hit TV show Shark Tank. ~ Pat Flynn,
217:I don't want to sound pretentious, but you could hire a bunch of monkeys to be on a TV show, and if it's successful, then everything's perfect and everybody's happy. ~ Scott Caan,
218:I did some theatre. I had some smaller roles in a couple TV shows and films. I used to think I did a lot of acting, but my 'career' started when I started Homeland. ~ Morgan Saylor,
219:a lot easier to seize the day than it is to seize a Tuesday. You have errands on Tuesday. On Tuesday you eat pizza again. Your favorite TV show is on Tuesday, you know? ~ Adi Alsaid,
220:Today, we live in a culture that is less concerned with excellence and more concerned with authenticity. That’s why there are more than two hundred reality TV shows. ~ Mark Driscoll,
221:If you're going to do a guest spot on television, they need bodies on those procedural TV shows. You've got to keep working, and that's where a lot of the work is. ~ William Mapother,
222:For me, as an actor, one of the biggest fears on a TV show is getting stuck in something where you end up feeling like you're doing the same thing, every single year. ~ Tyler Hoechlin,
223:Critics say it's illegal for Donald Trump to run for president while hosting a TV show. It's also illegal to run for president if your hair wasn't born in this country. ~ Conan O Brien,
224:I like doing both comedy and drama. I'm not really feeling more drawn to one over the other. I also like dramedies. I like movies and TV shows that are mixtures of the two. ~ Jane Levy,
225:In other films and TV shows, we might say, "Well, they're just evil." In our show [Daredeval], we're trying to say, "There's bad actions, but not necessarily bad people." ~ Charlie Cox,
226:Like one of those fake-smart, middlebrow TV shows, the speciousness of The Social Network is disguised by topicality. It's really a movie excusing Hollywood ruthlessness. ~ Armond White,
227:But you will be hard-pressed to find more than a few novels, films, news stories, and TV shows that dare to depict life as a gift whose purpose is to enrich the human soul. ~ Rob Brezsny,
228:Doing a TV show, you're on an assembly line and it's as cut and dry as that. There are some shows that are exceptions. There are producers that want really special things. ~ James Darren,
229:I've only done two other TV shows [instead of Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll], one was Rescue Me and the other was a show called The Job, which was at ABC and only on for two seasons. ~ Denis Leary,
230:When I open many books, or most leading women's magazines, or see almost all TV shows, I don't find myself at all. I am completely anonymous. My value system is not there. ~ Bela Karolyi,
231:I'm always looking upwards and looking forwards and so when someone says, "Hey, would you consider a TV show?" I say, "Hell yeah, I'll consider that. I'll check that out." ~ Henry Rollins,
232:In the pressure cooker of a TV show, it’s a little bit of a witches’ brew. I completely think I’m capable of being crazy. I probably was crazy when I was doing 'The Simpsons'. ~ Sam Simon,
233:My wife is like, You finally get your own TV show, you can have any kind of car you want and you get a darned truck. But my brother and I have the same kind of truck now. ~ Jeff Foxworthy,
234:If a hit came along, I wouldn't be unhappy about that. But I'm a bit too old for that now-doing videos and all those types of TV shows. I've kind of done all that, in the '70s. ~ Nick Lowe,
235:I find the film world very romantic. I want to try to be in more movies. When you're on a TV show and you do the same thing for years and years, it can get a little bit boring. ~ Jane Levy,
236:In the end, all critics should be guided by this one principle: Is this piece of work [TV show, movie, play, concert, album, restaurant] succeeding at what it set out to do? ~ Hank Stuever,
237:I find myself hoping I can get on a TV show, and then people from Oklahoma will come to my restaurant. Then I'll be able to make enough money to open my own place. ~ Alexandra Guarnaschelli,
238:I read everywhere. It's like a bodily function. I don't need quiet. I write and read with the TV on. I follow the TV show while I read. TV doesn't require a lot of brainpower. ~ Chris Abani,
239:I was able to make the jump to theaters without having a TV show. My passion for getting a TV show just plummeted. It was like I had already achieved what I wanted to achieve. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
240:Like the rabid fans of sports, the same goes for fans and their actors, TV shows and movies. You love what you love, and it bonds you with others who love the same thing. ~ Kristoffer Polaha,
241:The truth is there's so many great TV shows out there now that none of us take absence of awards personally. The most important feedback is the feedback we get from the fans. ~ Gale Anne Hurd,
242:Who's gonna give me a TV show? I didn't work for an impeached, disbarred President who was held in contempt by a federal judge. That's what they look for in objective reporters. ~ Ann Coulter,
243:Even though the vast majority of my work was outside television, the amount of creation and inventing that went into the TV shows was non stop and, unknown to me, a great strain. ~ Paul Daniels,
244:I have some very special guests tonight, and I would like to give a big welcome to the Wayne State men and women's rugby team for coming to the game tonight and to be on my TV Show ~ Mark Cuban,
245:You can't flood the market with every TV show, every reality show, and dump your library into the market all at one time and not have some kind of game plan in terms of pricing. ~ Bill Mechanic,
246:I've had lots of things that didn't work out, like TV shows. You learn a lot through mistakes - I learned that you have to be the captain of your ship. Actually, I own my ship. ~ Pamela Anderson,
247:I’ve seen trans people in movies and TV shows, but judging by how unrealistic and shitty bi characters tend to be, I’m gonna assume I know nothing. So what’s okay for me to ask? ~ Meredith Russo,
248:The only thing worse than a crappy TV show which Paddy Chayevsky couldn't have conceived in his worst nightmare is two megacorps fighting over who thought of the crappy show first. ~ Judd Apatow,
249:I push to be in good films and good TV shows. I don't really pick and choose. I pick and choose what I will read for, and I've gotten to the point where I'm being offered stuff. ~ Darren Shahlavi,
250:It's not a very secure industry. I've spoken to a couple of people recently who had a successful TV show and then found themselves absolutely skint and struggling to find a job. ~ Mackenzie Crook,
251:I always looked at magazines. Ever since I was little I was obsessed with Elle magazine and the models. I would watch the model TV shows, like the specials on Milla Jovovich. ~ Katherine Bernhardt,
252:It's only in relatively recent years that Hollywood became the playground of multinational corporations which regard movies and TV shows as a minor irritant to their overall activity. ~ Peter Bart,
253:I don't want my dad to say, 'My daughter is an actress on a TV show.' I want him to say, 'My daughter cares about people.' I would love to know that I'm a role model in Hollywood. ~ AnnaLynne McCord,
254:I'm a huge fan of film primarily. But, you can get a great TV show and get attached to it. Making a great film is forever though; so I always want to be part of film. It's my first love. ~ Aml Ameen,
255:I've been careful to keep my life separate because it's important to me to have privacy and for my life not to be a marketing device for a movie or a TV show. I'm worth more than that. ~ Lisa Kudrow,
256:There are so many choices I made simply for health insurance. Is it the ideal role I wanted to play, or the TV show I wanted to be a part of? No, but it let me afford to go to the doctor. ~ Amy Ryan,
257:Obviously Mad TV, SNL are one kind of show, whereas The State belongs to the kind of show that is entirely conceived written and performed by a set group that existed before the TV show. ~ David Wain,
258:Those people (and shitty TV shows who make cheap jokes about bisexuality not being a thing) have no idea how much time bisexual and queer people spend thinking about their sexuality. The ~ Lane Moore,
259:When I approached Volume 1 of "Lucid," I realized I could tell something that only exists in four issues or I could roll the dice a bit and approach this as Season 1 of a TV show. ~ Michael McMillian,
260:A TV show is an open universe, whereas a film is more of a closed universe. No disrespect to movies, there's just a lot of artifice in closing out emotional storylines after 90 minutes. ~ Mark Duplass,
261:It's just interesting how people relate my success when I would like to think that I worked my ass off for a reason and that it's about the music and not because I was on a TV show. ~ Melanie Martinez,
262:I would love, obviously, just to keep doing stand-up. That's the constant. That's the thing that I'm going to do for the rest of my life, but also I would like a TV show at some point. ~ Brad Williams,
263:What they say about TV shows is true. You're really a family. You laugh, you fight, you get close, you know? Movies are shorter. They're over quicker. You don't form the same bonds. ~ James Gandolfini,
264:I have a really, really hard time sitting down and watching a TV show, except I'm apparently willing to watch the same episode of 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia,' like, seven times. ~ Shane Carruth,
265:It's hard to find success and it's hard to find hit movies or hit TV shows and to stay relevant. I think it's a very difficult thing for actors, because a lot of us get lost, frankly. ~ Dylan McDermott,
266:I used to say when I was working in the theater that if I ever had five seasons of a hit TV show I'd never have to worry about money and wouldn't have to do anything I didn't want to do. ~ Jerry Orbach,
267:One of the really nice things about having the time to do a movie is that you can fine tune it. With TV, you really need A-level people to make a good TV show because it's moving so fast. ~ Joel Surnow,
268:But long story short, I didn't start doing stand-up because I wanted to have a TV show or be an actor or even wanted to write sketch comedy. I got into stand-up because I love stand-up. ~ Demetri Martin,
269:You earn millions hosting a hit TV show. You’ve got a wicked house by the beach, your car does two hundred miles per hour and your girlfriend is a model. I officially bloody hate you. ~ Robert Muchamore,
270:If by that you mean that I dislike celebrity magazines, prefer food to anorexia, refuse to watch TV shows about models, and hate the color pink, then yes. I am proud to be not really a girl. ~ John Green,
271:Didn't any of these brainless wonders ever notice that TV shows were called programs? the same word that meant a bunch of numbers stuck into a computer to make it dance for its masters? ~ Scott Westerfeld,
272:Going out hanging out with the troops, and you know it's kind of all summed up in the TV show, I don't what else I can say about it. It's a great thing to do, something I'm definitely proud of. ~ Kid Rock,
273:I don't know if people really know, when you shoot a TV show like you're really family and it really works, it's because it seems real to everybody, even to us. We were all so very close. ~ Kenan Thompson,
274:They’re not TV shows. They’re experiments in how to create attention deficit disorders in the entire population with endless commercials and ads that pop up right in the middle of programs. ~ Diana Palmer,
275:I wanted people to see that I really am a real person. I'm not just some guy who was on a TV show, some guy engulfed in the Hollywood life. I'm just a normal guy when it comes down to it. ~ Scotty McCreery,
276:All my TV shows are done live in front of audiences, and all the material I take on the road and travel with them test them for hundreds and hundreds of shows before I shoot them for TV. ~ David Copperfield,
277:I just think it's weird that Donald Trump wants to be an executive producer of a TV show while he's President of the United States. I agree with Newt Gingrich. He doesn't have to do that. ~ Claire McCaskill,
278:I like to know why a video has suddenly gone viral, why a song has broken, why a TV show is suddenly rating out of pattern... I'm pretty good at understanding why things are becoming popular. ~ Simon Cowell,
279:I want to pay my mortgage and go on vacation, so I love working. I want to be able to do independent projects as well, and being on a successful TV show allows you to do some other things. ~ Spencer Grammer,
280:Doing films as an actor, you spend maybe 40 percent of the year doing your chosen profession. If you are on a successful TV show, you spend 80 percent of your year doing the thing you love. ~ Christina Ricci,
281:If we cannot find Osama, bomb Iraq,
If the markets hurt your Mama, bomb Iraq,
If the terrorists are Saudi And the bank takes back your Audi And the TV shows are bawdy, bomb Iraq . . . ~ Garrett Leigh,
282:Most people say, "I can't wait to retire so I can play golf," or go yachting or whatever they do. Well, if I was playing golf, I would want that to finish so I could go and dream up a new TV show. ~ Stan Lee,
283:I love Godzilla, but my favorite was on this TV Show, Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot. I used to love the idea of having a giant robot under my control. That was like a dream come true for a kid. ~ Ice Cube,
284:Ellen Barkin, your upcoming TV show ‘The New Normal’ premiers on September 11th. September 11th, that sounds about right. Every clip I’ve seen feels like I’m watching a third tower collapse. ~ Anthony Jeselnik,
285:I was quite interested to do television series and I started exploring an idea of a longer commitment, a new idea, a new TV show that would've meant a longer commitment but I opened my mind up. ~ Ewan McGregor,
286:The really great thing about having two TV shows going on at the same time is that I can go to one and say that I have to go and visit the other and then I can just go home and they don't know. ~ Matt Groening,
287:All of a sudden Mindy [Kaling] was writing on The Office and had sold a TV show. When we'd try to write shows, we'd jokingly call the word documents "Hit Show." We just couldn't crack the code. ~ Jake M Johnson,
288:I keep it real normal, like I don't try to act like a celebrity, or say that just because I'm on a TV show I can do other types of TV. I take it very seriously and I respect the art of acting. ~ Vinny Guadagnino,
289:Television is competitive now, and the great stories live on television right now. I'm finding that I'm enjoying television more than film, these days. That was my motivation to take a TV show. ~ Jaimie Alexander,
290:Colin Morgan gives a stunning performance in Parked; he plays Merlin in the BBC TV show and he says the two characters are like night and day. Watch him. He’s got everything it takes to be top notch. ~ Colm Meaney,
291:My favorite TV show of all time is 'The Wire,' which has the feeling of a project-based show. You draw in people from disparate parts of the world, and they have to work together to achieve a goal. ~ Michael Schur,
292:My strangest auditioning experience was when I was reading for a TV show, and right when I started the audition, the casting director left the room and yelled at me from the hallway to keep reading. ~ Danny Strong,
293:My whole life is a practical joke. Every evening and every show has really become about entertaining me. I was always like that. And now I've come full circle because that's what the TV show is too. ~ Howie Mandel,
294:Why is it when you turn on the TV you see ads for telephone companies, and when you turn on the radio you hear ads for TV shows, and when you get put on hold on the phone you hear a radio station? ~ Jerry Seinfeld,
295:Even if you go out there and try to make the most vanilla, non-offensive TV show possible, people are going to criticize you for doing that. It's just part of the game. You can't let it get to you. ~ Thomas Sadoski,
296:GUYS,” Owen Meany said. That spring, less than a month before Gravesend Academy’s graduation exercises, the TV showed us a map of Thailand; five thousand U.S. Marines and fifty jet fighters were being ~ John Irving,
297:There's a lot of different parts to me, so it makes total sense to me that I would do a big TV show or studio movie and then do a free comedy show the next day. They both feel equally important to me. ~ Jenny Slate,
298:I love sentences. I love characters. But most of all, perhaps, I love to work on plot, and that may be where my natural gifts lie, if I have any. I like to think hard about plots in TV shows and films. ~ Ned Beauman,
299:I love when a TV show, or entertainment in general, makes me feel something; be it positive, be it negative, be it happiness, be it awkward, uncomfortable if it can make me feel, it's done it's job. ~ Nathan Fillion,
300:I left Mexico for artistic survival. If I had stayed, I would have been forced by the government, who control the movie business, to direct TV shows or commercials or infomercials for the government. ~ Alfonso Cuaron,
301:Have you ever known a guy like that? That responsive? That genuine?” “Yeah,” Peyton said. “Hank on Royal Pains.” When Devon shot her a questioning look, she said, “It’s a TV show. In other words, fiction. ~ Robyn Carr,
302:I feel like comedy is doing well right now because there's so many avenues to be seen. Whether it's through the Internet with social media or web videos and now there's so many networks and TV shows. ~ Hannibal Buress,
303:I've got one outlet now - music - and it's great to be able to sign someone that excites me. I'd like to also be able to do that with the scripts I get or books or TV shows... I'm not going to limit myself. ~ Guy Oseary,
304:I suppose the doctor-patient relationship has that idea of transference. I think it's a special thing that doctors have. We all find doctors sexy. That's why there are so many TV shows about doctors. ~ Michael Fassbender,
305:The last TV show I binged on was 'Hannibal' because it stars two of my friends, Mads Mikkelsen and Hugh Dancy, who I first met filming 'King Arthur' back in 2003, and I just lapped this show up; loved it. ~ Joel Edgerton,
306:Basically, growing up, and being a teenage kid, I've always been interested in charity. And one of the benefits of being on a TV show and having a fan base, you kind of have the power to spread news around. ~ Gregg Sulkin,
307:It was just my reality, to never have a boy be interested in me romantically for more than one random moment. Like a TV show you don't like but you end up watching anyway, because there's nothing else on. ~ Siobhan Vivian,
308:I'm proud of everything I achieved with 'Idol,' and away from 'Idol' also. It's just such a different show now to what it was when I was on it. I didn't even know it was a TV show until the third audition. ~ Kelly Clarkson,
309:Lucky me, the producer was arriving, and when he saw me [dressed as an old lady], he didn't know what to think. I told him, 'I'm your grandma here's your lunch, honey,' and I got my first TV show in Mexico. ~ Omar Chaparro,
310:Obviously, in this day and age, with the TV shows, there are some really interesting ones. I'm not that interested in going and doing a network show, but like everybody else, trying to find something good. ~ Scott Speedman,
311:An actor gives voice to the many multitudes that we all contain. That's why we love the movies, why we love TV shows: we watch different people portray an aspect of ourselves, maybe even one we don't like. ~ Kristen Stewart,
312:As soon as the subject moves to TV shows and movies, I'm a total failure. And I'd been paying for all those premium channels for years, but recently cancelled them, since I never watched any of those networks. ~ Ann Coulter,
313:I'm actually really lazy. I tell myself, "Okay, you work six months out of the year and you have to get up at 4 a.m. ..." I'll relish the downtime by chilling on the couch and watching my favorite TV shows. ~ Liana Liberato,
314:I can't narrow either one down to just one thing. I've rolled the dice and had both success and failure. I can tell you that right now we're on a roll with the talk show. Everything is good with the TV show. ~ Wendy Williams,
315:Textbook survival says stay still, don't take any chances, wait for rescue. That's a boring TV show. My thing was always, "Listen, shoelace, dead squirrel and no other way down this rock face. You can do this!" ~ Bear Grylls,
316:When I was younger, I did a TV show in the U.K. for a couple years, and I learned a lot from that. It taught me a lot about being known amongst your peers and having to deal with a lot of derision from them. ~ Richard Madden,
317:To me, the greatest thing in the world is downloading TV shows on iTunes because there are no commercials, and yet if I were a working stiff, I could never afford to do this. But I don't even think about money. ~ Stephen King,
318:In some ways, a novel isn't as structurally rigorous as a screenplay or a TV show, which have finite real estate. In a novel, you can more deeply illuminate a character's interior and get away with digressions. ~ Howard Gordon,
319:You hope for that with anything, but with a TV show, the writer and the actor being the right mix are more important than the actual writing of the pilot because you hope it's something that can have a long life. ~ Jake Kasdan,
320:It's been real weird. It wasn't how I expected my life to turn out. Especially, mainly pertaining to the show. It never crossed my mind that one day I'm gonna be big and famous and have my own TV show, you know? ~ Jack Osbourne,
321:There's more of a family connection when you're working on a TV show. That's not to say that you don't make great connections when you're working on films, but it's different unless you're there working every day. ~ Simon Baker,
322:The truth is that we have to, as American citizens, stop thinking that this life that we're living, the things that we're dealing with, is some reality TV show. This is real life, real children, real situations. ~ Stevie Wonder,
323:TV show's really quick. You're in, you're out. A film usually takes a lot longer. However, a voiceover is very much like TV in the sense that it's really quick. For example, I did the movie Planes in one day. ~ Gabriel Iglesias,
324:The Sookie Stackhouse novels were selling well before the TV show, but the TV show led to a lot more exposure and readers. And a lot went on to read my other work. It was a wonderful thing for my bank account. ~ Charlaine Harris,
325:As a viewer of TV shows, I always like shows more when I just feel like the people in charge have a plan. You can just tell sometimes, 'Oh, there's a plan there. They have an idea for how this is going to unfold.' ~ Michael Schur,
326:Especially with the video games and social media we have now, I think that turning point from kid to sort of adult has gotten earlier with TV shows that are on right now and video games. They all contribute to that. ~ Gage Munroe,
327:I didn't know the odds were so stacked against me. I went for TV shows and never got them. But I kept glued to the pursuit. I was the biggest fool in town, but ultimately I was the biggest fool in town with a job. ~ Julia Roberts,
328:I'd love to be on a TV series someday, but I believe you get the jobs that you're meant to get. If the job that I'm meant to get is another musical or another play or film or TV show, I'm just happy to keep working. ~ Stark Sands,
329:I know artists that have tried for a long time in the Christian industry and then they were on a TV show and all of the sudden the doors swing wide open. Christians want to connect with things that are mainstream. ~ Anthony Evans,
330:I love producing my kids and my wife's TV show. I love doing that. I think that's my most natural space in the business. I would say the most natural space for me is producing or editing. That's just where I thrive. ~ Willi Smith,
331:I have been sent three or four scripts for television series, but there wasn't anything I really wanted to do. I want to tell a good story, whether it's a TV show, a movie, whatever. That's really my No. 1 criteria. ~ Jorge Garcia,
332:I think old school TV shows helped in raising your kids and helped in the way things should be done. Now you just see kids disrespecting their parents, you see kids cursing and all kind of things that shouldn't be done. ~ Ginuwine,
333:I've already produced one hour specials for other comedians and I have a TV show called Stand Up Revolution where I showcase new talent and so I'd like to continue to do stuff like that and help out the next guy. ~ Gabriel Iglesias,
334:You've got to do something to fill up your day. And I can only play so much guitar and watch so many TV shows. It fulfills me. There are two things about it I like: It makes me happy, and it makes other people happy. ~ Stephen King,
335:When you sign up for a TV show, you don't know if it's going to be for a pilot or for the rest of your life, so I wanted to play a character that I enjoyed thoroughly, and there weren't that many of them out there. ~ Gabrielle Anwar,
336:I just watch a lot of different films and different TV shows. Really for me, it's just looking at how people react to different shows in different genres. For me, it's more a study of people than a study of acting. ~ Sterling Beaumon,
337:TV and film are very different media with different requirements. In a TV show, you have actors and fellow writers and directors, who are interpreting your work. With a novel, you only have ink, words and your reader. ~ Howard Gordon,
338:We were the first generation without a draft,” he says matter-of-factly. “We didn’t need to worry about life and death, so we channeled all that time and energy into obsessing over this TV show or that comic book.” This ~ Glen Weldon,
339:Whoever calls and asks me to do stuff and obviously, with having your own TV show, people want you to get involved. They know you're a stand-up comedian so they're always looking for somebody funny to host an event. ~ Chelsea Handler,
340:I have no plans to get an iPad. I know it will do more things than my Kindle, but I don’t want more things. If I want other stuff - movies, TV shows, weather forecasts, the forthcoming Josh Ritter album - I have my Mac. ~ Stephen King,
341:We just haven't found Bigfoot because the world is big. And the woods are deep. The more TV shows that we can get where people go out looking for Bigfoot, the better our chances are. So let's get more of those shows going. ~ Rob Huebel,
342:Why do you watch TV shows — and keep watching them — if you don't like them?" Terence asked.

Simple: Some days, all you have is gazing upon horror, and the small comfort of being surprised that it is not yours. ~ Colson Whitehead,
343:Growing up, I remember my parents feeling a little wary of 'The Simpsons.' This was the late eighties, and there was a wave of articles about TV shows that were bad for America. Then we all started watching it and loved it. ~ Mindy Kaling,
344:My grandma has never been impressed with the TV show [Desperate Housewives]. She was so angry because I was on television kissing a boy naked; she's very traditional. She said: "If I ever see you kissing that boy again...". ~ Eva Longoria,
345:You [Bill Maher] seem to have done alright with your TV show... I mean, I don't get a sense... to the extent that they're boycotting you, it's because of your other wacky views rather than your particular views on religion. ~ Barack Obama,
346:I'm very grateful for work especially in film industry. It's highly competitive and there are a lot of people standing behind me jumping at the opportunity to only do one thing, like one movie or one TV show or one episode. ~ Famke Janssen,
347:It used to be that people would watch TV shows because they knew the characters would stay the same. Whether it's Archie Bunker or it's Thomas Magnum you watch it because it's like, 'I'm comfortable, this is the same guy.' ~ Bryan Cranston,
348:[James] Baldwin was a celebrity. A TV show like Kenneth Clark could put him aside of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X. He was, at least, one of the three most important spokesmen of the movement and of the black community. ~ Raoul Peck,
349:The best compliment I ever got from the public or producers or directors is that I just totally blend in and become the character and they don't notice me and that the play happens or the movie happens or the TV show happens. ~ J K Simmons,
350:Way back in 1979, as a guest on a local TV show in Arkansas, then Hillary Rodham was quizzed about not taking her husband's last name when they got married and keeping her job as a lawyer while being first lady of the state. ~ Tamara Keith,
351:When I first started writing for television in the seventies and eighties, the Internet didn't exist, and we didn't need to worry about foreign websites illegally distributing the latest TV shows and blockbuster movies online. ~ Al Franken,
352:I like pushing the envelope. I like pushing myself and the audience, whether it's a TV show or live. I like to throw people over the edge of the cliff and scare the wits out of them, but then pull them back and make them safe. ~ Keith Barry,
353:Will wasn’t surprised to see Josh and Gaby sticking close together. Kids in love in the apocalypse, he thought with a slight smile. That would make a great title for a book. Or maybe a TV show. Something on the CW, of course. ~ Sam Sisavath,
354:I believe that 'MasterChef' brings something more to the table, so to speak, than simply being another reality food TV show. My hope is that it will inspire America to get more involved in the food they eat, how it prepared. ~ Joe Bastianich,
355:I love doing [stand-up]. I love making people laugh no matter how. Whether it's a commercial, or a TV show, or a reality show, or a talk show, or a special, or a book. However I can make people laugh, that's what I want to do. ~ Kathy Griffin,
356:Oliver North says he is very upset that John Walker could come back to this country and cash in on his celebrity status. He hates to see someone who did something wrong get rewarded by writing a book or getting a TV show out of it. ~ Jay Leno,
357:There's great stuff out there, but I prefer doing a TV show, going to work every day with the same people, and a lot of stuff is not being shot in Los Angeles and I don't really want to do that because my loved ones are here. ~ Paget Brewster,
358:There's something different about an indie film than a TV show that has a huge infrastructure that's in place already for you - at least financially and in terms of distribution. Whereas an indie film is just a total dare. ~ Alessandro Nivola,
359:For as long as I wanted to swim, I also wanted to do something on TV. My best friend in high school, we used to pretend like we had a TV show, and we had this dream of being the next 'Kate Allie.' Having that kind of a shtick. ~ Summer Sanders,
360:I'm doing 5000 seat theaters and audiences are going nuts, it's fantastic and it makes me very happy. I'm dirty, but not like this; I just do comedy that I find funny. I'm working on a new tv show for cable and it's not set up yet. ~ Bob Saget,
361:When I am sitting home, and I am happy and I have my TV show and I don't need to work and I'm married now and I like to be in line by my pool with my yoga instructor wife and eating fruit and taking in the sun, then life is good. ~ Alec Baldwin,
362:I'm always feeling like I don't belong, no matter where I am. So I'm just searching for a family nonstop, and sometimes I find it in the mosh pit, sometimes I find it when I'm doing some French TV show with the president's wife. ~ James Hetfield,
363:It's very strange what happens when I start working for a film. In my life I've done a lot of stuff - I did a lot of dance music, a lot of TV shows and lots of different types of films - and every time it is a new experience. ~ Claudio Simonetti,
364:There's sort of a very symbiotic thing that happens on good TV shows with great writers, which is that they start to sort of embrace who the actors are and try to make the roles more specific to what they bring and what they can do. ~ Lucas Neff,
365:Early in my career it was very important that I gain the reputation. I haven't been on the road in two or three years, but when I say tickets are on sale, I know they're going to be gone, even if my movie bombed or my TV show sucked. ~ Chris Rock,
366:Whether it's a lower or higher budget project, a TV show or a film, the words on the page are the same to me and I approach the work in the same way. My job is to lift the character from the page, whether it's a TV or film script. ~ Michael Eklund,
367:Honestly, after doing a TV show for eight years and a cartoon for more than a decade, you are, financially speaking, in a very lucky position where you don’t have to work for the sake of working. And I decided to take advantage of that. ~ Mila Kunis,
368:Sure we all enjoy movies, books and TV shows that portray people putting principles ahead PFB personal gain. But it might be time to admit that in the real world, grandiose patriotism has always been a mask to hide banal self-interest. ~ Chuck Lorre,
369:It’s the reverse of the situation in the West, where politicians try to act like upstanding citizens while films and TV shows are obsessed with the underworld; here the politicians imitate mobsters but the films are rosy. Whenever ~ Peter Pomerantsev,
370:Each segment has to pay off, so you have to look at it in a very, very micro-level and make each chapter in the book, each segment on a TV show, entertaining and informative, and if you do that then a cumulative affect will be success. ~ Bill O Reilly,
371:I did 14 movies in six years, I had a cartoon TV show, and I don't want to do that again. I just want to make unique pieces of art. That's why I quit everything when I was 14 and sat around for eight years before I did another movie. ~ Macaulay Culkin,
372:The only difference in reality TV and the other TV is that the scriptwriters for reality TV are not union. I have been on reality TV shows. Believe me, my friends: It's not just improv and whatever happens when the cameras are rolling. ~ Rush Limbaugh,
373:I certainly want to portray the importance of friendship. I had noticed in movies and TV shows that friends often treated one another terribly, and my friends, the few I have, are never cruel to me or unkind, so I wanted to convey that. ~ Jonathan Ames,
374:My first ten years in Hollywood were really tough. I'd be coaching friends who came to me for acting advice, and then they'd make it before I did. I'd still be helping them while they were on movie sets and I had four lines on a TV show. ~ Michael Pena,
375:Many people can't deal with unanswered questions, which religion exploits by providing answers, even if they are just made up by someone. This is also why we love TV shows and movies that neatly wrap up everything in exactly an hour or two. ~ Bill Maher,
376:People have this delusion that everything has to be for everybody at all times. Every album must be liked by everybody, and every TV show must be liked by everybody, and every movie must be liked by everybody. Everything then becomes bland. ~ Rob Zombie,
377:All I could think of was we were about to start filming for the last final weeks of the TV show and here I am in the hospital, so I missed the final weeks, and a couple days later, sore stomach and all I got on the horse we started filming. ~ David Selby,
378:Every time I see a film or TV show, I think about how that composer made those choices and how that director envisioned music and how that could work onstage or in a film and how you could support that even further by putting lyrics to it. ~ Robert Lopez,
379:For years while I was working as a waitress, all I wanted to do was get on a TV show. You think, "This will solve all the problems. I'm making more than 400 dollars a week; I don't have to worry about money ever again," but it's just not true. ~ Aya Cash,
380:It's been great to come to the U.S. and not have people judge me because of what they saw or heard when I was 16 and on a TV show. They're actually judging me on the fact that I can sing and how my personality is now. Which I think is great. ~ Cher Lloyd,
381:If you stopped trimming for three weeks, you’d look like one of those wolf people. If we get that reality TV show going, we could dye it all to prove I’m right, but I think we should go purple so you look like a giant wine-dipped yeti.” I ~ Helena Hunting,
382:I was on one bus with my band and crew for seven years. I didn't come to town with a karaoke tape. I didn't get on a TV show. There were no shortcuts. Anybody who wants to follow my model is welcome to it. You don't want to follow my path. ~ Kenny Chesney,
383:Movies, novels, TV shows - these are the water fountains of today. We thirst for stories which speak to us by representing us, but we go to the water fountains in the centre of town looking for that, and we're turned away, sent to the ghetto. ~ Hal Duncan,
384:We set ourselves up for it with the reality show. You've seen me and Nick go at each other's throats on TV. They've got all these people giving their opinions on our marriage and how we handle it when they are watching an edited TV show. ~ Jessica Simpson,
385:Being a stand-up comic, this isn't a stepping-stone for me; it's what I do, and this is what I'm always going to do. And even if I do a TV show, the only reasons to do a TV show is to get more people to know me to come out to my stand-up shows. ~ Bill Burr,
386:There was a TV show called Thank Your Lucky Stars, with the catchphrase "I'll give it five!" The Beatles and Stones were so popular when they were on it. One week The Beatles were number one and then the Stones were right on their heels. ~ Gordon Lightfoot,
387:I don't really like to arrange shows by best performances. That's why Emmy season is kind of a chore for me. Unlike movies, where it's easier to decide who was the best performance, a TV show goes up and down, including characters/portrayals. ~ Hank Stuever,
388:I love TV. I love being behind the scenes on a TV show but there's something about, I don't know there's something very special when you've signed an artist and that first record comes in and it's a good record. It is an indescribable feeling. ~ Simon Cowell,
389:Like all mothers, mother nature is delighted to keep in touch with you when you're appearing in hit tv shows like BJ and the bear and My Two Dads but when you suddenly find yourself hosting When Insects Attack, oh she becomes strangely distant. ~ Greg Evigan,
390:When you are working on a TV show or series, you just get into the routine. You get used to getting up early. It takes a few days, but once you are up and running, you get used to going home late, and it becomes this very repetitive cycle. ~ Philip Glenister,
391:I came down to Orange because I sold the Smothers Brothers a song called 'Chocolate,' and that gave me enough money to move down here. I was washing windows down in Orange County when they called me up and said they wanted me to do their TV show. ~ Pat Paulsen,
392:The best writers are gravitating to that world. What's rewarding also is this: you have a two hour movie, you can't really delve into character that much. In a TV show you can. You can delve into character. You can get into nitty gritty. ~ Lauren Shuler Donner,
393:More American young people can tell you where an island that the 'Survivor' TV series came from is located than can identify Afghanistan or Iraq. Ironically a TV show seems more real or at least more meaningful interesting or relevant than reality. ~ John Fahey,
394:I am a creator of TV shows. 'Lifestyle' ran for 14 years... that was pleasurable. We also had 'Runaway' for eight years. We did two years of a show called 'The Start of Something Big', and we did a network series called 'Fame, Fortune and Romance.' ~ Robin Leach,
395:A borrowed signature story can also come from news accounts, historical events, biographies, novels, fables, TV shows or movies. Whatever the source, the stories must communicate the strategic message in an intriguing, involving and authentic way. ~ David A Aaker,
396:People like Donald Trump can take all the money that's made from a TV show, from selling neckties made in China, running golf courses, and wipe out that income for tax purposes with depreciation. Only a narrow segment of people qualify for this. ~ Hillary Clinton,
397:I prioritize in life. I like to work, I do TV shows, I do a lot of Iron Man training. I enjoy kicking back on a good night and drinking wine until I go to bed, and having fun with my friends. You just have to make time for it and keep it balanced. ~ Joe Bastianich,
398:[NFL fans] wish they'd shut up and play football, and I think the vast majority of people, "Shut up and act! Shut up and sing! Shut up and star in your TV show! Just shut up and do what you do, but shut up!" I think they're wearing out their welcome. ~ Rush Limbaugh,
399:Especially for people who are unknown, it's easier to get a TV show because you don't have to put a certain amount of people in movie theaters for a box office weekend. It's really difficult to get a great lead role in some big film, if nobody knows you. ~ Eve Hewson,
400:I think I realize now I was really, really scared to express myself through fashion or certain music or certain TV shows. I was petrified that anyone would ever think I was gay god forbid, and so, once I got over that I kind of could just let myself be. ~ Troye Sivan,
401:The giant had to have been a good fifteen feet tall and built like a Norse version of King Kong. Pale of skin with fiery orange-red eyes, he looked as if he’d just walked off the set of the TV show Vikings on Steroids and the Demons Who Fear Them. Long ~ Tim Marquitz,
402:This woman [Lena Dunham] makes up being raped or something at Oberlin College and then she did commercials for Hillary [Clinton] so she's a darling, she ran that TV show at HBO. HBO's a left-wing enclave. It's worshiped. And so she benefits from that. ~ Rush Limbaugh,
403:I did this TV show, which was my first job ever. It wasn't a real acting part. It was like this promo for this sitcom and the main actress was meeting three different real people and then she was going to decide who was going to be on the episode. ~ Sean William Scott,
404:There are terrific TV shows now. This is a golden age for TV humor, I think. There's an actual market there. Of course, I have no idea how you'd break in, but there must be a way. They have all these shows and they need jokes and somebody is writing them. ~ Dave Barry,
405:When I've really been in love with someone, it's not because they looked a certain way or liked a certain TV show or a certain cuisine. It's more because when I watched a certain TV show or ate a certain cuisine with them, it was the most fun thing ever. ~ Aziz Ansari,
406:When I’ve really been in love with someone, it’s not because they looked a certain way or liked a certain TV show or a certain cuisine. It’s more because when I watched a certain TV show or ate a certain cuisine with them, it was the most fun thing ever. ~ Aziz Ansari,
407:I'm fascinated with worlds where there's a small population left, whether it's a movie or these TV shows that fascinate me - 'Falling Skies' or 'The Walking Dead' - they are about survival and triumphing over difficult times. I just have a thing for 'em. ~ Cam Gigandet,
408:We did 'The Simpsons Movie,' which took almost four years; it was the same people that do the TV show, and it just killed us. So that's why there hasn't been a second movie. But I imagine if the show ever does go off the air, they'll start doing movies. ~ Matt Groening,
409:If you get on a TV show that's successful, odds are that you're playing the same character for as many years as the show is running, which can be its own blessing, but it can also be a curse because you're playing the same thing and that can be tiresome. ~ Sarah Paulson,
410:I hate remakes of TV shows - I didn't like the new Charlie's Angels at all - and I just don't see the point of going back and doing the same thing over again. Baywatch was fun and successful, probably because we didn't know what the heck we were doing. ~ Pamela Anderson,
411:I do remember the moment when, as a child, I realized that the things we call 'TV shows' are really just the stuff that gets put between commercials. Later, I came to see that the kinds of things that get on 'free' TV are shows that help sell products. ~ Douglas Rushkoff,
412:I get bored easily, so I need to do a lot. I've started a record label, so I get to nurture new talent and talk about music, which is a passion of mine. I've written another book. And I get to come to work and do the TV show, which is always really fun. ~ Ellen DeGeneres,
413:I think a lot of people who watch TV don't realize when they're watch TV shows and it says 'produced by' and producer, producer... there are all these producers. What the hell does a producer do? It's funny how much you have to worry about as a producer. ~ Demetri Martin,
414:It is tough, every time. The ensemble is great. I would always ask Andrew, "Is this how Hollywood is? Is this how every TV show and movie is?" And he was like, "No, dude. This is not. Do not get used to this. Be thankful that this is how your first gig is." ~ Steven Yeun,
415:Our level of expectation is crucial to our enjoyment of food, wine, holidays, plays, films and TV shows. We flatter ourselves that we’re objective but our judgments are clouded by our hopes, by whether something was better or worse than we’d anticipated. ~ David Mitchell,
416:There are certain TV shows that probably would have made me rich, and there are certain commitments I could have made that probably would have raised a lot of eyebrows that I didn't. But I don't look back at those decisions and say, 'Oh God, I'm such an idiot. ~ Josh Gad,
417:Well, I think “likability” is an overused word. I don’t watch people 'cause I like them; I watch them because they’re compelling. Sympathetic is a little different... Likable just thins you out. Working to make a character likable is what kills most TV shows. ~ Louis C K,
418:Guys can look like pigs. The girl always has to be a looker. Look at most TV shows: According To Jim - pig and a looker. Still Standing - pig and a looker. Ralph Kramden [on The Honeymooners] - pig and a looker. Family Guy - pig and a looker. It's a theme. ~ Alex Borstein,
419:The teenage girl goes to the fortune-teller, whose gypsy grandmother says she’s cursed.”
“Maybe that was it. Like one of those reality TV shows. You got pranked.”
“In Nanaimo? Must be a low-budget Canadian production.”
“Is there any other kind? ~ Kelley Armstrong,
420:Think 'Game of Thrones.' In the old days, this sort of show might be considered bad writing. It doesn't really seem to be moving toward a crisis or climax, it has no true protagonist, and it's structured less like a TV show or a movie than a soap opera. ~ Douglas Rushkoff,
421:People will always want it [reality TV shows], if it's produced well and if it's telling people's stories - that's all anybody wants: to connect with another human being on a very basic level. If the stories are told well, I think it can continue and continue. ~ Cat Deeley,
422:We're just very belligerent, and I'm not trying to put Americans down, by and large I think we're nice people, but we operate with the information we're given and we are limited by the ignorance that is kind of injected into the media and into the TV shows. ~ Henry Rollins,
423:Everyone has days where they don't get their way, where you have to go to bed early or you have too much homework to do or you can't eat the candy that you want or you miss your favorite TV show and, in those moments, you just want to tear the whole world down. ~ Alex Hirsch,
424:I started using the Internet in 1999. That was pretty late. But as soon as I did I just stopped watching TV. The idea of sitting down and waiting for a TV show at a certain time, I couldn't do this anymore. The Internet is a better form of entertainment to me. ~ Tom Anderson,
425:It was feminism that made it possible for women to go to the Ivy League and women to be astronauts and women to have their own TV shows. What happened, though, was that the generation after feminism, which is my generation, misunderstood what feminism was saying. ~ Debora Spar,
426:Joe, you’re thinking in slogans,” Lucas said. “You don’t talk to cops, you don’t inform on anybody, you don’t respond to threats. You’ve got to listen to what I’m saying. This isn’t make-believe. This isn’t political bullshit, or a TV show—this is a real thing. ~ John Sandford,
427:I started out dancing on a reality TV show, but always with the intention of making my way over to film. I transitioned into the film world by doing certain things that my fans had been used to seeing me do. My dancing and singing gave me the confidence to act. ~ Julianne Hough,
428:I think being a guest star on an ongoing TV show can be a nightmare, and I've done it a lot. You're walking into this family who's very comfortable where they are, and you have to jump on the train and be artificially comfortable. That's a very hard thing to do. ~ Janel Moloney,
429:When you do a TV show, the cumulative intimacy you develop with the audience through your characters is pretty profound. It may be the most profound storytelling there is, because the character gets to live and roll around in the audience's mind week after week. ~ Howard Gordon,
430:When I first was on Big Time Rush, the TV show, I did a lot of silly things. Among the first episodes that came out, my buddies wanted to have a viewing party, so we turned it into a drinking game. Every time I did something dumb, we took a shot. We were hammered! ~ James Maslow,
431:As journalism dies, I kind of feel like I want some skills besides writing. I'd like to be able to write movies or host TV shows or whatever. Things that I might actually not inherently like quite as much, but are interesting and fun things to do. A good backup plan. ~ Joel Stein,
432:The first step toward maintaining autonomy in any programmed environment is to be aware that there's programming going on. It's as simple as understanding the commercials are there to help sell things. And that TV shows are there to sell commercials, and so on. ~ Douglas Rushkoff,
433:In Britain, you do your job. When you do an American TV show, there is a sense of being one with the crew, and there is a leadership element, which was a learning curve for me because it is very different culturally. In Britain, you just do it, leave and say, 'Thanks.' ~ Theo James,
434:It's the big question of every TV show, right, where you have these two people who it's clear the world wants to put them together and everyone wants to see them together, but also when you're telling these stories you can't throw these people together immediately. ~ Patrick J Adams,
435:The part of the light spectrum that is visible to us is less than a ten-trillionth of it. The rest of the spectrum––carrying TV shows, radio signals, microwaves, X-rays, gamma rays, cell phone conversations, and so on––flows through us with no awareness on our part. ~ David Eagleman,
436:It's nice to be able to work; I'd love to be able to do another TV show I could do in Chicago so I could live and work in the same place. It's hard being a parent and being in a good marriage, and it all takes a lot of work, but if you're not there you can't do any of it. ~ Joan Cusack,
437:The bigger budget films only shoot about a page or two a day, so there's very specific amount of time spent on detail and getting each tidbit exactly how they want it. In a movie or TV show, you shoot eight or ten pages and you aren't afforded as much time to do each scene. ~ Dan Payne,
438:Back at home, I caught up on TV shows Bill had been saving. We raced through old episodes of The Good Wife, Madam Secretary, Blue Bloods, and NCIS: Los Angeles, which Bill insists is the best of the franchise. I also finally saw the last season of Downton Abbey. ~ Hillary Rodham Clinton,
439:I owe my whole acting career to the fact that I'm a singer. I went out to Los Angeles and auditioned for a TV show called 'Fame L.A.' The original role was for a comedian, but they said I wasn't very funny, so they asked me, 'What else can you do?' So I played a singer. ~ Christian Kane,
440:There is no god.” I’ve said that sentence on Glenn Beck’s TV show in front of his live audience at his studio in the Texas Bible Belt. I’ve told Republicans that I like immigrants. I’ve told Democrats that I dig rich people. I’ve told sane people that I like lawyers. But ~ Penn Jillette,
441:'The Simpsons' from the very beginning was based on our memories of brash '60s sitcoms - you had a main title theme that was bombastic and grabbed your attention - and when you look at TV shows of the 1970s and '80s, things got very mild and toned down and... obsequious. ~ Matt Groening,
442:If people invited Muslims into their home every week by way of a TV show would go a long way to making people feel comfortable with Muslims and countering misconceptions about who we are. Plus, of course, that will make it easier for us to impose sharia law across America. ~ Aasif Mandvi,
443:A lot of kids owned their own interplanetary vehicles. School parking lots all over Ludus were filled with UFOs, TIE fighters, old NASA space shuttles, Vipers from Battlestar Galactica, and other spacecraft designs lifted from every sci-fi movie and TV show you can think of. ~ Ernest Cline,
444:From the days of Sumerian clay tablets until now, humans have “published” at least 310 million books, 1.4 billion articles and essays, 180 million songs, 3.5 trillion images, 330,000 movies, 1 billion hours of videos, TV shows, and short films, and 60 trillion public web pages. ~ Kevin Kelly,
445:He feels a little better while watching the guy on TV or thinking of him. Still, he feels insignificant. He has a few heroes whom he sees on other TV shows: sports figures, a tough cop or a late-night talk show host. He lives vicariously through all of them. Unbeknownst ~ Anton Szandor LaVey,
446:One day it was that I wanted to go make a movie with my kid and then another day it was that I wanted to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro and another day it was that I wanted to sit in the studio and figure something out. All those things manifested themselves into what the TV show was. ~ Casey Neistat,
447:She had never seen snow before, except in TV shows and movies. It had looked to her like the stars were flaking out of the sky. It had looked like thousands of fireflies in the moonlight; like breathlessness, like time stopping, like the most beautiful thing she had ever seen. ~ Lauren Oliver,
448:Unlike other books or TV shows or sometimes life, my narrative worlds are stripped of implicit moral centers. There is only what you bring. That makes the characters risky in every way and the narrative, a journey of change for the reader. But I make the journey as fun as I can. ~ Chris Abani,
449:This is the contradiction we have in the media. We love vigilantes: Batman, Tarzan, Green Arrow - the comic books and the TV shows are filled with vigilantes. We love to promote it. Jesus Christ was a vigilante. We admire these people, but we don't want to be associated with them. ~ Paul Watson,
450:This whole thing about reality television to me is really indicative of America saying we're not satisfied just watching television, we want to star in our own TV shows. We want you to discover us and put us in your own TV show, and we want television to be about us, finally. ~ Steven Spielberg,
451:Vhat is your nom?” Preston had a lazy eye, and the alcohol added to the lopsided effect of his gaze.

“Shannon Tinker, and I watch you like you’re a TV show.” Shannon added a bop to her stance, unconsciously dancing to the beat of the song constantly playing in her head. ~ Debra Anastasia,
452:You know, I must really work hard. I'm in the last stage of my artistic life. But I'm so busy that I can't even think of dying. I fly all over the world, drive everywhere, and when I get home, I find interviewers and photographers and TV shows waiting for me. No wonder I'm so busy. ~ Yayoi Kusama,
453:Since the market tends to go in the opposite direction of what the majority of people think, I would say 95% of all these people you hear on TV shows are giving you their personal opinion. And personal opinions are almost always worthless … facts and markets are far more reliable. ~ William O Neil,
454:What was bizarre, when I was younger, I never watched TV. I would rather watch a movie 100 times than to watch a TV show, just to find another nuance. I can't tell you how many times I've watched 'On the Waterfront', just to find a flaw so that I can learn and try to improve my thing. ~ Vin Diesel,
455:I don't have a fear factor. Well, not much of one. And I'm willing to risk quite a lot - as a comedian, you're always risking a lot. You're risking failure, especially if you're improvising and going on TV shows trying to make comedy out of thin air. That is quite a risky business. ~ David Walliams,
456:I think that most of the action in religion is around the home, is in families, and is in individual lives, and they can go on their own searches, watch their own TV shows, read their own books, form their own groups and discuss it, but that's where the action is - on the home front. ~ Bruce Feiler,
457:Of course, on a job, you have a shared common interest in the fact that you're there making a movie or making a TV show, and that creates unification within a group. There has to be something more than just the work for that to continue on, for that friendship to continue on. ~ Jamie Campbell Bower,
458:Before the TV show of Jessica Jones, the response to Miles [Morales] is so overwhelming, and so constant, and it's been five years now. I can't even express to you how powerful it is on my end. It's overwhelming how much it was needed, that I didn't know that's what was needed. ~ Brian Michael Bendis,
459:The TV show I do ['Dr Quinn'] is the day job that enables me to work with this theater [Pacific Resident Theatre Ensemble]. That's all I live for. That's what I care about. There's no dough in it. Nothing to do but lose money. But it's all from the heart, and that's why it's so much fun. ~ Orson Bean,
460:If I only did TV show, I'd probably not be the happiest girl. I love the show, but I'm an actor and I want to work on different things. TV lasts for so much of the year that you're just aching to play a different part. And I love movies so much that I want to be a part of as many as I can. ~ Jane Levy,
461:You can say "ass," but you can't say "asshole." That's why I always cringe when a character in a TV show refers to someone as an "ass." Unless you're British, calling someone an ass really doesn't work. But those are the rules of television. You can be a dirtbag, but not a scumbag. ~ Gilbert Gottfried,
462:Despite everything, I felt my lips twitch. If he weren’t a homicidal god-wannabe, and I didn’t have a murderous red witch inside me, we might’ve been friends. When his laughter died down, he said, “Back in the day, we would’ve made a great reality TV show. The Sol and Empress Show.” “The ~ Kresley Cole,
463:I chose not to jump into the media frenzy and defend myself, though I was begged to be on every single TV show in existence. They want to blame entertainment? Isn't religion the first real entertainment? People dress up in costumes, sing songs and dedicate themselves in eternal fandom. ~ Marilyn Manson,
464:Sony and Nickelodeon knew they wanted to create a TV show that was a platform for a band they would have for Sony. They knew what they wanted, and it took two years of auditions and screen tests and countless people coming in and out the door until they finally settled on the four of us. ~ James Maslow,
465:*Thrown-Together Disaster Funeral is my new HGTV show. It’s a makeover funeral show where three flamboyant gay guys and a judgmental sassy broad (think Wanda Sykes) crash a tacky funeral and fix it. Wanda’s catchphrase is “Nuh-huh. Everyone out of this church. This funeral is a disaster. ~ Mindy Kaling,
466:Government and politics isn't like a reality TV show. It's not about voting the bad guys out of the house. You know, it's about what do we need to take our country or our state or our city forward? And people, frankly, would be well advised to really get back into understanding politics. ~ Campbell Newman,
467:It was really great to also see the response that people were having to 'Treme' 'cause you're in a vacuum when you're on a TV show. You see the response online, you read about it and all of that, but actually to be live and have that many thousands of fans come out, it's really wonderful. ~ Wendell Pierce,
468:Go find very early versions of things: the first TV pilot of a later-successful TV show; early audition tapes by famous actors; early demos by famous musicians. Focus on these early examples, not what they became over the next 20 years. Remember that what you're doing will constantly improve. ~ Derek Sivers,
469:I love going to work, doing acting. I love when I'm done with a movie or a TV show. I love hitting the road or being in the studio or going on tour. That's what I get off on. I don't need to have my business in the press and all that stuff. I'm pretty low key. It's all about the work for me. ~ Bryan Greenberg,
470:Like we were saying, the fact that the relationships on the show are love-based, and in the sense that I wasn't aware of how special it was in contrast to a lot of the other TV shows that are on right now. It was our audience members that pointed out the love that you see in the show is special. ~ Steve Zissis,
471:fact, if there was a fire in their house, and Mum could only save either a sparkly gold tap-shoe once worn by Flavio Flavioli (the shiny, tanned dancer and heartbreaker from Italy who appeared on every series of the hit TV show) or her only child, Ben thought she would probably go for the shoe. ~ David Walliams,
472:I was joking the other day about how my real life feels like a TV show, and my TV life feels real - because, to be on Thursday nights on NBC, which is what I grew up with, has been such a big part of inspiring me. To be part of that tradition is really completely surreal, and I'm so grateful. ~ Whitney Cummings,
473:There's a different experience when you're reading a book rather than when you're seeing something on screen. When you're seeing a movie or TV show, it's a three-dimensional experience you're in the middle of, but when you're reading something, you're suppling the reality with your imagination. ~ Holland Taylor,
474:I always wonder: the images that hit your brain when you're young are so significant, because there's not that much information in your brain. As you get older, things just bounce off. I can remember these minute details of stupid TV shows from the '70s, and I can't remember a book I read yesterday. ~ Rob Zombie,
475:The production companies and some of the networks reached out as well. I don't really know what triggered it, but I think what happened over time is we started to create its own fanbase [for the videos]. It's been a long process to get this TV show ["This Is Mike Stud"] right, but I'm glad we did it. ~ Mike Stud,
476:You see, I'm a believer in the rhapsodic. I like things that are happy. For no particular reason, I just like them. Most people don't seem to be like that in this particular place, in this world. You can tell by what they focus on. Read a newspaper, watch a TV show, go to a movie, look at a life. ~ Frederick Lenz,
477:People on welfare are getting a price cut to join Amazon Prime, which means you're paying for that. So the food stamp recipients will now get Amazon Prime for $5.99 a month. Free shipping, unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows, which means that these people have to have internet accessibility. ~ Rush Limbaugh,
478:There was one moment of intersection, when the topic of hate-watching came up. "Why do you watch TV shows--and keep watching them--if you don't like them?" Terrence asked.

Simple: Some days, all you have is gazing upon horror, and the small comfort of being surprised that it is not yours. ~ Colson Whitehead,
479:I have an appearance on a new TV show called 'Bar Karma' on Current TV. I had the most fun ever making this episode. I play someone with a multiple personality, and I think my fans will be surprised and get a real giggle out of it. It's a new model for TV in that it is interactive with the community. ~ Genie Francis,
480:Stand-up is a real art form in itself and one that I really think to be good at you have to devote your entire life to. It's the really, really good ones that end up getting to do the things that I like to do: movies, TV shows, and stuff like that. It's a really hard gig and it just never called to me. ~ Rob Corddry,
481:If you're in a popular TV show, you can attract attention, and I like to help focus that on stories that deserve to be told - which is what politicians do. But I would lose my autonomy, and to get things done I would have to compromise and get into the weeds of policy. I don't know if I'm smart enough. ~ Tony Goldwyn,
482:Yeah, my dad was in the foreign service. We lived in India, Indonesia and Africa, and we traveled a lot from those places. I was 10 when we moved back, and I felt like the odd guy out. It wasn't until later that I appreciated it. But coming back I didn't know any TV shows or music, which was even worse. ~ Dylan Walsh,
483:Twenty years after the Andy Griffith Show when Andy did Matlock, he hired me for four episodes. I told him I wanted to develop an Aunt Bea type role for Matlock, but he was against it. I did appear on other popular TV shows, like Family Affair, My Three Sons, Barnaby Jones and Little House on the Prairie. ~ Betty Lynn,
484:The only two TV shows I saw do that, where they don't warm them up and you can really bomb, was Saturday Night Live - and that's why it gets a lot of heat, too. Obviously it gets criticism fairly, too. But a lot of it is because Lorne [Michaels] lets the audience decide and doesn't force them to laugh. ~ Norm MacDonald,
485:I was watching Batman, the TV show, on TV Land, on the cable. And Robin said to Batman, Golly, Batman! Why is the Joker so evil!? And Batman said, Careful, Robin. The criminal mind sees the world through a prism the solid citizen dare not peer through. Batman has a more nuanced worldview than the president. ~ Dana Gould,
486:We stare at the wonders of the world, dull-eyed, underwhelmed. Mona Lisa, the Pyramids, the Empire State Building. Jungle animals on attack, ancient icebergs collapsing, volcanoes erupting. I can’t recall a single amazing thing I have seen firsthand that I didn’t immediately reference to a movie or TV show. ~ Gillian Flynn,
487:I think comedians should focus on what makes them happy, what art form fulfills them the most. Don't be calculated about it and say, 'Okay, I'm gonna tweet, and I'm gonna podcast, and I'm gonna do standup, and one of those things is going to lead me to my own TV show.' I don't think that should be the goal. ~ Scott Aukerman,
488:I work on a TV show I love, I have the opportunity to do movies with actors I respect, and I'm in love with the man I want to spend the rest of my life with, who pushes me and excites me. There's this fighter in me that kind of needs to be put to rest a little bit. I don't need to be so tough to protect myself. ~ Ali Larter,
489:In TV, kid roles are like this: You're either in a couple minutes of an episode playing somebody's kid, or you get in these procedurals where you're crying or you're playing a witness or you're playing a crazy person. Every once in a while you get a big guest star role, but there's a formula to those TV shows. ~ Kyle Gallner,
490:I believe that, not only in chess, but in life in general, people place too much stock in ratings – they pay attention to which TV shows have the highest ratings, how many friends they have on Facebook, and it’s funny. The best shows often have low ratings and it is impossible to have thousands of real friends. ~ Boris Gelfand,
491:I tend to go see whatever film has been most obnoxiously hyped, marketed, and oversold in any given week…art films? Bah! Won’t find too many of those discussed here. And every once in a while, I may review a TV show, theatrical production, record album, concert, or book (yeah, probably not too many of those either). ~ Roy Sexton,
492:I always wish the hotels were like they are in movies and TV shows, where if you're in Paris, right outside your window is the Eiffel Tower. In Egypt, the pyramids are right there. In the movies, every hotel has a monument right outside your window. My hotel rooms overlook the garbage dumpster in the back alley. ~ Gilbert Gottfried,
493:Imagine a hundred million people clicking polls and typing in their favorite TV shows and products and political leanings, day after day. It’s the biggest data profile ever. And it’s voluntary. That’s the funny part. People resist a census, but give them a profile page and they’ll spend all day telling you who they are. ~ Max Barry,
494:You know all those TV shows where the perky twenty-something advertising assistant nabs a swell apartment with a flower planter, bright purple walls, and a reading nook on the Upper West Side? Or when the wet-behind-the-ears dude with an entry-level post at a magazine lands a swank bachelor pad in Tribeca? They lie. ~ Lauren Blakely,
495:But who’s to say what’s stupid and what’s not stupid when your life falls apart? Some people fall apart over TV shows. Some people fall apart over a breakup. Some people fall apart over someone eating the last bowl of Apple Jacks. I fell apart because of the annual art show. No one noticed I was falling apart before then. I ~ A S King,
496:Every morning, walking to work, I dodge a river of hipsters in skinny jeans and chunky eyewear riding skateboards—grown men! riding skateboards!—while carrying five-dollar cups of coffee to their jobs at companies with names that sound like characters from a TV show for little kids: Kaggle and Clinkle, Vungle and Gangaroo. ~ Dan Lyons,
497:I say it was like this accidental research that I did for eight years. I had no idea I was researching the role of my career. But yeah, and there was this one casting director named Allison Jones, and for five years she would call me in every year for a different TV show and she just really was a big supporter of mine. ~ Jenna Fischer,
498:Donald Trump had a hit TV show on NBC for 14 years! He was covered by every major newspaper for 30 years. The idea that any one person humanized... He's been the most human figure for decades. The reason he won is because he knows how to use the media and he's a great communicator, whether you agree with the message or not. ~ Colin Jost,
499:I'd been working on more traditional movie sets and TV shows at Universal. All of a sudden, here we're on location in Animal House, and it's down and dirty and quick. It was the way the new commercial world was shooting; the way the indie world was shooting. These were lighter, faster cameras. It was a generational change. ~ Tim Matheson,
500:I think serious readers of books are 5% of the population. If there are good TV shows or a World Cup or anything, that 5% will keep on reading books very seriously, enthusiastically. And if a society banned books, they would go into the forest and remember all the books. So I trust in their existence. I have confidence. ~ Haruki Murakami,

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