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  • All the guys who criticize it would have done the same thing but probably would have died because they don’t have the constitution I was cursed with.
  • As kids we’re not taught how to deal with success; we’re taught how to deal with failure. If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. If at first you succeed, then what?
  • Being on Spin City is a win-win situation for me. If the show doesn’t work, they can’t say I didn’t take a shot. I can say the show lost its primary component, America’s favorite dude.
  • Dad almost died of a heart attack in the middle of making Apocalypse Now, the biggest movie of his life. It doesn’t make you want to jump into that business.
  • Dad kept us out of school, but school comes and goes. Family is forever.
  • Dad’s time was always strained or in demand. My mom has been the anchor of the whole group. A very smart, strong, sincere, compassionate lady as we traveled the world, living in hotel rooms and watching Dad make movies.
  • Do a little research on Building Seven. Building Seven lives at the epicenter of my entire debate. Prove yourself worthy of genuine investigative journalism. Look at the video evidence.
  • Fame is empowering. My mistake was that I thought I would instinctively know how to handle it. But there’s no manual, no training course.
  • From when I was 10 to about 16 I saw other people satisfy those appetites, and I wanted to be not just along for their ride but driving the car.
  • I always made friends with the guy who ran the club, because then you could stay after hours and drink. Then there was always a party that went to somebody’s house in town afterward.
  • I dare you to print this email in it’s entirety.
  • I don’t need a leather diaper collection and a lot of fantasies to get sexual. I think the more props you need, the less you’ve got going on with your own sexuality.
  • I got tired of feeling like a separatist or an elitist. I wanted to be in a dressing room next to the other actors, in the mix right there on the stage.
  • I guess I just wanted to be accepted, liked, loved. I wanted respect.
  • I guess one of the perks of being President is that you get access to TV channels that don’t exist in the known universe.
  • I had plans the day I got off probation, to go to Amsterdam and go on a whole run. I wanted to control the disease again.
  • I heard recently in Jay Leno’s monologue that I call myself the Machine. I’ve never called myself the Machine. It was a nickname my friends gave me in the old days because when they were all ready to go home I was always the last guy standing, insisting that the party continue.
  • I just didn’t believe I was like everybody else. I thought I was unique.
  • I just don’t want to live like I used to. And at some point, I’m going to put a gag order on myself in terms of talking about the past. I’ve got to slam the door and deal with the present and the future.
  • I knew if I got loaded I was going away for a while. People would say, Oh, you’re just sober because you’re on probation.
  • I remember thinking and feeling and believing that I was not able to stop, that I genuinely was incapable of putting an end to this.
  • I saw 28 Days. I don’t remember rehab being like a day camp or being that funny. Rehab is a dumping ground. It’s a big landfill.
  • I so desperately wanted to be Mr. Somebody. Instead, I was the little brother, included to a point.
  • I still don’t have all the answers. I’m more interested in what I can do next than what I did last.
  • I think I have a duty as a recovering guy to help, to make my knowledge of what I went through accessible.
  • I think what drove me insane for a long time is feeling like I hadn’t earned most of what I achieved because it came so fast.
  • I try to be known more for my work than for anything else.
  • I want to set the record straight. That interviewer baited me, and I should have seen it coming.
  • Studios won’t hire you, even though you screwed the same whores and ate the bullet for it. Yet they pull you aside at a party and say you’re their hero for the things you do.
  • This is like a sober acid trip.
  • Usually in a battle sequence when a bomb is going off, you forget you’re acting.
  • I don’t think it’s wise to dwell on regret. There’s regret, sure. But whatever you’ve done good or bad, is a part of who you are now. That’s the thing you can change and improve.
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