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”When you attend a dinner [at the White House], you don’t sit with your spouse. They put you at different tables, so you mingle. At first I was a little nervous, but then I met Alan Greenspan and we danced the night away.” — Comedian Howie Mandel on Prodigy

”Actually, I like [Baywatch] very much. I know it gets a lot of flack, but I actually think it’s a very good entertainment show, and it doesn’t pretend to be anything more than that. I like that there are good parts for women, which is unusual in a lot of television and movies, and I like that [David] Hasselhoff plays a single dad. So I think there are a lot of positive messages.” — Former Baywatch babe Alexandra Paul on America Online

”I auditioned for Melrose two years ago. Didn’t get it. Then three days later, [executive producer] Frank South called me and said he wanted me to audition for a series regular. I said, ‘Show me the money!’ And, of course, didn’t get it!” — Melrose Place‘s Brooke Langton (Samantha) on Prodigy

”I feel Hollywood in general is so far off the mark [about] what’s appropriate for children and families to see that it will take an act of God and an outsider to get it back on track.” — Singer-actor John Schneider (The Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion!) on AOL

”I would seriously question whether anybody is really foolish enough to really say what they mean. Sometimes I think that civilization as we know it would kind of break down if we all were completely honest.” — Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery’s Elizabeth Hurley on TNT’s Rough Cut (http://www.roughcut.com)

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