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Amy Poehler has said that when shooting wrapped for Parks and Rec this past season, she treated it like a good-bye in case you didn’t get another season. Is that how you felt at the time?

Rashida Jones: Oh my God. I have to say, it was an incredibly scary experience to leave the set. I hoped we would get picked up, but we knew that even if we did, we weren’t going to see each other for seven months. I mean, I could almost be having a baby by then! We get along really well, and I would actually be devastated if we didn’t come back — and I don’t feel that way about many jobs.

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Our fans, even though we didn’t have huge numbers, were exactly the type of people we were hoping to impress: smart and vocal and funny and almost snobby about their comedy preferences. You look at hugely-rated shows like ‘Two and a Half Men’ that get like a gazillion viewers - I have the sneaking suspicion that not one of them watches ‘Party Down.’ I think if a girl who liked ‘Party Down’ found out that her boyfriend liked ‘Two and a Half Men,’ she would break up with him. I wish we could have reached a larger audience, because more people would have seen it and we might still be on, but it always sort of felt like the appeal for our fans was that the show felt like it was theirs. It belonged to them, and they discovered it, and they told their circles of friends. It was like a secret club of people in the know. Of course, secret clubs don’t usually lead to TV show pick-ups.

— Lizzy Caplan, in an interview regarding the cancellation of Party Down

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Aubrey Plaza on The Bonnie Hunt Show.  She shows more personality here than on the Carson Daly interview and she looks really cute.  The host doesn’t seem to always understand sarcasm.

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Shitty interview, but Aubrey Plaza looks great.

Last Call With Carson Daly, 5/12/10



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Money Talk

INTERVIEWER: What do you do with all the money that you make?

GEORGE: I'm going to change all mine into cents, fill up a room and dive in it.

INTERVIEWER: I'm just curious, just how MUCH money have you made?

PAUL: None of us know yet.

RINGO: We don't know yet.

JOHN: A LOT!

PAUL: Our accountant just deals with it, you know.

RINGO: We can't find HIM at the moment!

(Oh my god...George wants to be like Scrooge McDuck!)



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Playboy Interview, February 1965

INTERVIEWER: How does it make you feel to have millions of effigies of yourselves decorating bedsides all over the world? Don't you feel honored to have been immortalized in plastic? After all, there's no such thing as a Frank Sinatra doll or an Elvis Presley doll.

GEORGE: Who'd want an ugly old crap doll like that?



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forthlinroad:

“The thing that irritates me the most is that John was the rocker and Paul was the ballad man. But then you listen to Helter Skelter and what the hell’s that about? Then you listen to something like Julia or Imagine or Because, what the hell’s that about? The talents were equal. They were different but equal and they were both enormous and I still marvel at what they did.”
Sir George Martin / Interviewed by Paul Du Noyer for Mojo magazine, March 1998

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“The thing that irritates me the most is that John was the rocker and Paul was the ballad man. But then you listen to Helter Skelter and what the hell’s that about? Then you listen to something like Julia or Imagine or Because, what the hell’s that about? The talents were equal. They were different but equal and they were both enormous and I still marvel at what they did.”

Sir George Martin / Interviewed by Paul Du Noyer for Mojo magazine, March 1998



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From an interview with Lindelof and Cuse:

thecurvature:

THR: How would you describe this season in terms of its, say, tone? What is it like compared to past seasons?

Cuse: We feel tonally it’s most similar to the first season of the show. We’re employing a different narrative device, which we feel is creating some emotional and heartfelt stories, and we want the audience to have a chance in the final season to remember the entire history of the show. So we have actors coming back like Dominic [Monaghan] and Ian [Sommerhalder]. We’re hoping to achieve a circularity of the entire journey so the ending is reminiscent of the beginning.

Perhaps even more interestingly, if that’s even possible, when answering a question about whether there will be any LOST spinoffs, Lindelof says:

The definitive edition of “Lost” ends this May on ABC, and that is the story that we have to tell. It has a beginning, middle and end. That ending will not have cliffhangers, or be set up in such a way that people will be saying, “Clearly they’re going to make more of these.”

Personally, I was totally expecting them to be bastards who left us with a cliffhanger to hang in time forever and ever and always. I think I’m pretty excited that they just said they won’t do that, but mostly I’m just incredibly, indescribably shocked.

Read the rest here.

I’m very happy to see that it’ll be reminiscent of the first season…I remember the wonder of it and being so amazed and at the edge of my seat for every episode.

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What goes on during song writing

Q: Ringo, one question-- How much did you contribute to "What Goes On" and are you contributing to any other Lennon/McCartney compositions?

RINGO: Um, about five words to "What Goes On." And I haven't done a thing since. (laughs)



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Giving peace a chance

PAUL: It seems like anyone who feels that fighting is wrong should have the right not to go.

JOHN: We all just don't agree with war. There's no need to kill anyone for any reason.

GEORGE: The words, "Thou shalt not kill" mean just that... not "Amend section A"... There's no reason whatsoever. No one can force you to kill anyone if you feel it's wrong.



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Smartass

Q: Where do your hair-dos originate from?

GEORGE: Our scalps.



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