Go Quotes

  • I don't really dissect comedy. Nothing kills off humor more than overanalyzing it.
  • You never go into a marriage expecting to get divorced. You go into a marriage expecting it's going to last forever, and you have a lot of ways you dream about the future. You have all these expectations, and then you have to adjust those expectations, and it can be a very unnerving, confusing time.
  • I couldn't wait to be, you know, a Black Panther. Of course they wouldn't let me join.
  • It makes sense to invest in new work. It's almost like having a research department in a scientific laboratory. You have to try things out. You'll make some bad mistakes. Some things will fail but at least you'll energise the organisation.
  • In older science fiction stories, they had to rely on storytelling as opposed to spectacle. The old run of the 'Twilight Zone,' the star was the writing and the storytelling, and the characters and the twists and the cleverness in the setup and payoff and execution.
  • When you go to a movie, it's about what's not being said. I tried to bring that to Greg Sumner. It was always about what's not being said.
  • When you go in and guest-star on a TV show, they already have their family - everybody pretty much knows everybody, and everyone sort of has that base already formed.
  • There isn't anything in the world that can't be made better.
  • I can paint pictures, but I cannot rule men.
  • I will always vote what I have promised, and always vote the Constitution, as well as I will not vote for one single penny that isn't paid for, because debt is the monster, debt is what's going to eat us up and that is why our economy is on the brink.
  • As they say, anything can happen in the World Wrestling Federation.
  • No matter how much you make the world a part of your life through social media, it's never enough. They all want more, and I truly understand why. It's their never-ending love for me that wants to know every detail of my life possible.
  • So, you know, I always say that I'm a Mexican, but if I had to be a citizen of anywhere else, I'd be a citizen of Manhattan. I feel very much a New Yorker.
  • When you go looking for rescue, you end up trapped in your own weakness.
  • I definitely do weird things every show.
  • Through prayer, fasting, and studying, God will answer.
  • I do sometimes watch 'Dr. Who' and while the stories barely make sense, if at all, the doctor is such great company I don't care.
  • I try to have a normal life since I have an abnormal job.
  • When I think about filmmakers and actresses that I have admired my whole life, I've admired their entire body of work.
  • The rain begins with a single drop.
  • We inherit plots. There are only two or three in the world, five or six at most. We ride them like treadmills.
  • Don't spend money on extravagant things like cars and big vacations. Spend it on things that are really fun.
  • I'm still thinking and hoping there's an opportunity for people to have better lives and that significant change can occur.
  • I'll work with a director if I think I'm going to get into a comfortable situation, and if it's someone I respect and who respects me, even if they're not so well known. Movies are hard to make, and you have to work toward a common ethic and do your best.
  • Go learn the language. Go take some acting lessons. Start from zero like everybody else.
  • I needed more knowledge in rigging and knotting. I started collecting books on knots and really learning more and more. That's how it started. And also in magic, of course. With a piece of rope, you can do magic.
  • I don't believe in ghosts.
  • Glory, built on selfish principles, is shame and guilt.
  • The lion's share of what I hear right now are people who, intentional or accidental, have avoided all jazz prior to 1960. And all the musicians who were successful in the '60s spent their entire lives, prior to 1960, listening to all the musicians these people avoid.
  • When I'm working in the studio, I like to be on my own because I don't know where I'm going; I want to be completely free to spend lots of time on songs.
  • I remember when I was doing 'The Crucible' on Broadway with Laura Linney, and Arthur Miller had been in rehearsal with us and was on stage on opening night. She turned to me during the curtain call and said, 'Let's make sure we remember this.'
  • Every movie is wildly different. So many of the problems are the same, but they take on different guises.
  • I want to go where I'm the difference. I want to make something out of nothing. I want to be the reason someone is great.
  • God is not a franchise of the Republican Party.
  • I have spent seven of the 12 years I have been married a victim of political persecution. I must be the first male spouse being held hostage by a regime. I accept this, as Pakistan has traditional elements who find it hard to reconcile with a man whose wife works and who other men salute perforce of her office.
  • I'm very much a masochist at heart.
  • I am not a person who can really sit around and think about regrets because with every bad experience that you have, there is weirdly something good that comes from it.
  • Fear is the dark room where the Devil develops his negatives.
  • Musicians get tense at big gigs. Some you can't talk to before the concert; some you can't talk to afterwards; some need the same size dressing rooms as others; others need bigger; some have comments to make on others' musicianship or how a particular song ought to be played.
  • Marriage is almost as old as dirt, and it was defined in the garden between Adam and Eve. One man, one woman for life till death do you part. So I would never attempt to try to redefine marriage. And I don't think anyone else should either. So do I support the idea of gay marriage? No, I don't.
  • I just write mechanical things.
  • I do talk to myself, just not in a whisper. But I have caught myself sometimes.
  • Of course, with the increasing number of aeroplanes one gains increased opportunities for shooting down one's enemies, but at the same time, the possibility of being shot down one's self increases.
  • I always wanted my work to speak for itself, and have opportunities to do interesting work and not just puff pieces.
  • You'll go out of business if you think people are stupid.
  • When you go to the theater, if you're really involved in the play, you don't think about it - you're in it.
  • I did plays and movies and whatever all over the place.
  • My whole thing is to inspire, to better people, to better myself forever in this thing that we call rap, this thing that we call hip hop.