They Said What? for Oct. 5
"It was an easy role for me because, you know, she's Brazilian. ... And it wasn't like I was doing Shakespeare, you know what I mean?"
– South American beauty Gisele Bunchen, on her debut movie role as a bank robber in Taxi
"Don't jerk me around, Gigli."
– Alec Baldwin, to Saturday Night Live host Ben Affleck, after accusing him of stealing his career
"The bagels, just the bagels alone. You go to Toronto, they're mushy."
– Mel Brooks, on why he chose to film his Broadway hit The Producers in New York instead of Canada
"When I was growing up as a kid, I always heard, 'When you're 18 you get to vote. When you're 21 you get to drink.' I don't think I started paying attention until I was 21."
– Cameron Diaz, to Oprah Winfrey, on the importance of voting
"Since when has lip-synching been live? Anyone who lip-synchs in public onstage when you pay 75 pounds ($134) to see them should be shot. That's me off her ... Christmas card list."
– Elton John, at Britain's Q Awards, accusing Madonna of lip-synching in concert. Her publicist has denied the claim
"Elton John remains on her Christmas card list whether he is nice ... or naughty."
– Madonna spokeswoman Liz Rosenberg
"There is nothing weirder than walking down Times Square with your mother and having her stare up at your underwear ad."
– Mark Wahlberg (I Heart Huckabees), on his days as a Calvin Klein model
"Bush did not have a good night. He hasn't choked this bad since the last time he had a pretzel."
– Jay Leno, on the first presidential debate
"Each (presidential) candidate has agreed to 32 pages of rules. I'm telling you, it's like being a J.Lo husband."
– David Letterman
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