1. It’s Alison Brie’s Moment To Shine | Details
A lot of comedy is about just kind of going for it. I have this ability to think I’m hilarious all the time.

    It’s Alison Brie’s Moment To Shine | Details

    A lot of comedy is about just kind of going for it. I have this ability to think I’m hilarious all the time.

  2. Dumb Luck | GQ

    Chris Pratt’s romantic advice:

    You want to be with a girl who likes you for you. Just be yourself and forget all of the stuff you read in GQ magazine.

  3. Julia Louis-Dreyfus Takes the White House | New York Times Magazine
There is an authority to this character that I feel I have because I’ve been doing this a long time. There’s also an insecurity underneath that authority, and that’s something I’m very comfortable with. I don’t feel that secure, you know.

    Julia Louis-Dreyfus Takes the White House | New York Times Magazine

    There is an authority to this character that I feel I have because I’ve been doing this a long time. There’s also an insecurity underneath that authority, and that’s something I’m very comfortable with. I don’t feel that secure, you know.

  4. The John Cusack Affair | New York
There’s something romantic about toying with the abyss. But I wouldn’t want to stay there.

    The John Cusack Affair | New York

    There’s something romantic about toying with the abyss. But I wouldn’t want to stay there.

  5. The Good Wife’s Bad Mother | The Daily Beast
Mary Beth Peil discusses her character, Jackie Florrick: 

I think she’s misunderstood. In order to play someone who is arguably the villain, you have to find reasons for why she does what she does. I totally understand and have good reasons to defend every choice she makes and everything that comes out of her mouth, partly because that’s my job and partly because that’s who Jackie is. She thinks she’s doing everything for the right reasons. Now, if I was Mary Beth watching the show and not playing Jackie, I’d think she’s up to no good.

In addition to playing Grams on Dawson’s Creek, she was also “a soprano, performing with the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Opera, and Boris Goldovsky’s company.” (Mary Beth Peil for the win!)

    The Good Wife’s Bad Mother | The Daily Beast

    Mary Beth Peil discusses her character, Jackie Florrick: 

    I think she’s misunderstood. In order to play someone who is arguably the villain, you have to find reasons for why she does what she does. I totally understand and have good reasons to defend every choice she makes and everything that comes out of her mouth, partly because that’s my job and partly because that’s who Jackie is. She thinks she’s doing everything for the right reasons. Now, if I was Mary Beth watching the show and not playing Jackie, I’d think she’s up to no good.

    In addition to playing Grams on Dawson’s Creek, she was also “a soprano, performing with the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Opera, and Boris Goldovsky’s company.” (Mary Beth Peil for the win!)