“You gotta get the hell out of there. And you really feel, if you live in New York, that you’re three hours ahead of them—I mean that literally. It’s like, Oh man, we gotta help these people! And the longer you stay there, the less ahead of them you get, and then you’re one of them. No way, man. Not for me.”—
“Before I lived here, I never understood why LA people (don’t want to use Los Angelenos) make such a fuss over venturing from East to West or vice versa. I thought it was a snobby thing, but it turns out it’s a sanity thing. Now I don’t even make plans on the other side of town unless it involves a full free day and my mental state at full capacity.”—
“[Hugh Hefner’s] real legacy is how he inspired ladies everywhere. For almost 60 years, Playboy has shown that naked women can do whatever they put their minds to, whether it’s baling hay, repairing antique jukeboxes, or even working in an old-timey soda shop! Proving time and again the first step towards women breaking the glass ceiling is pressing our boobs against it.”—
KRISTEN SCHAAL, remarking on recent reports of Hugh Hefner’s and Playboy’s financial demise, on The Daily Show.