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Julie Bowen Quotes
Julie Bowen Quotes
"The people who support me seem to like it when I play sassy and "un-girly" characters. Just as a footnote: Fans are good." "Strangely, however, my favorite guest spot was probably my first "Class of '96." It was the first time I knew definitively that I wanted to keep acting." "Maybe if they had left it on longer it would have had greater success, but you can't mandate what people watch. Besides, that Pacey kid is cute. Who am I to argue?" "It's global warming, right? But if I see a polar bear like coasting down the Hudson, I'll start to be really concerned." "It's a war of attrition. If you have patience and a modicum of faith in yourself your chances are not too bad." "I've loved doing "E.R." for the quality of the writing and the great people I get to work with." "I've had a little bad, bad media luck the new year. Well, apparently I'm dating bill Clinton, which makes me nervous. I didn't know, though." "I think the series debuted on a network (the WB) that was in the process of finding its audience. With the arrival of "Dawson's Creek" - which debuted at the same time "Three" did - I think they figured out their demographic pretty quickly." "I read books more than I go out. As a matter of fact, I get a little concerned about some of my anti-social habits. I will choose a night with Somerset Maugham or Russell Banks over a crowded bar any day." "I play a scientist in a futuristic world in which 99% of the men have been wiped out. As a result, the women are nearly all homosexuals and the children are cloned." "I mind the characterization of me. They say that I live alone with two cats, for instance and I think that that is code for, like, man-hating spinster." "I met Clinton at a benefit for teachers, which was a very good charity, but I met him for about 90 seconds, and I thought it was important to meet the leader of the free world. So I stood next to him for a photograph, and then apparently that's all it takes." "I live alone with my one dog and they say it like it's a sad, it's a terrible thing. this woman lives alone with her two cats." "I haven't really had that many opportunities to play "lead" so I guess I jumped at the chance. I have also never done any "sci-fi" projects and thought it might be fun." "I had the trifecta of bad apartment luck. I lived in a subterranean apartment with the feet walking by. It was very depressing, Laverne and Shirley style looking up at the feet." "I guess I'm not that aware of such a big fan base. I have a few core people who write me no matter what I'm doing, but I hardly have sacks of mail being dropped on my door!" "I am a big fan of the HBO series "OZ" and "The Sopranos." They aren't exactly family viewing, but there is nothing like them on TV. On the lighter side, you just can't beat "The Simpsons" and "South Park."" "Frankly, I thought the idea was fun and sort of campy, but it also raises some interesting questions. What would the world be like without any men? What would it be like if heterosexuals were discriminated against?" "Clearly audiences wanted something younger and more reality based. "Three" was fun, but it is simply a different genre." "Although I am not a big country music fan, Willie Nelson's "TEATRO" is insanely good. You don't have to like country to love this album."