You know what I find interesting? If you lose a spouse, you're called a widow, or a widower. If you're a child and you lose your parents, then you're an orphan. But what's the word to describe a parent who loses a child? I guess that's just too f**king awful to even have a name.
I didn't want to create a world of heroes and villains. I wanted to create a world of infinite complexity and confusion, ... I just wanted to see characters try to live an authentic life in a world that's increasingly inauthentic.
As long as I can sell some homes and make some money, that's what we're in business for.
I'm so jealous of you.
We love these characters and we love them even when they're unlikable, ... We always see the pain and suffering behind the unlikable behavior.
[The dreamscape conversations on] Six Feet Under, ... with their own ideas about themselves and what that dead character represents in their lives.
What the series is all about is: We die. So while we're here, let's live fully.
You can't take a picture of this. It's already gone.
It's a twisted little look at cultural imperialism as refracted through a relationship between a trust-fund stoner and a male prostitute, ... It's really fun.
Oh Grow Up.
Well did you call the hypothetical hardware store and buy a theoretical chainsaw?-- Pam to Jessica, True Blood
The idea of celibate vampires is ridiculous. To me, vampires are sex. I don't get a vampire story about abstinence. I don't care about high school students. I find them irritating and uninformed.