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I don't like to have a situation placed over my head. BM: To the degree that I can get the things that want to control me out of the way, then there's less stuff in my field of vision. SR: A lot of folks worry that if they aren't available or don't say yes, they'll stop getting asked. Integrity is probably too grand a word, but if you're not the voice of Mr. And he lived life in a very rich manner, to excess sometimes. He was incredibly gracious to your talent and always tried to further it. You're goin' out there with just a whisper of an idea. I'm not laughing and I'm not interested," then you just put your arms out like this and open way up and that allows your stuff to go out. [The nanny comes downstairs and asks where Murray wants to go for dinner with his sons and Raab.] BM: I haven't made any plan yet.
BM: If you keep saying yes, they'll stop asking you, too. I think we're all sort of imprisoned by — or at least bound to — the choices we make, and I think everyone in the acting business wants to make the right choices. They're tough on themselves and their fellow actors. He had a whole lot of brain stuck inside of his skull. He got people to perform beyond their expectations. BM: He taught lots and lots of people very effectively. Like: "Don't walk out there with one hand in your pocket unless there's somethin' in there you're going to bring out." You gotta commit. But we'll need to be more dressed up than we are now. Lincoln [Murray's ten-year-old], you're going to have to get dressed nicely.
" I'd just left Georgia, and I had really had enough of Georgia. He didn't particularly like the cold either, but he's a tough bird, that boy. Because I keep looking at the hood and it's shaking. BM: As much as the divorce was very hard, the fallout of it has been really great.
But I only had to do it once to realize I could do it, but I don't want to do it. There are people who drove me crazy, but they got the job done. There are people who want to be your friend right away. And the columnists went, "Here we go again." They write with vitriol. SR: "Everything happens for a reason." BM: That drives me nuts. "Everything happens for a reason." SR: Five on rye? SR: "It's God's plan." BM: Well, it's not God's ideal. SR: It's hard work to make something appear effortless. For a two-stopper it saves you, like, eight hours and eight plane tickets.