Susan Sarandon, Robin Williams, and Anthony Edwards talk online the week of Jan. 15, 1999

By EW Staff
Updated January 22, 1999 at 05:00 AM EST

”You have to just love your kids and keep trying to figure it out, and at some point just step back and squint at it a little so you don’t take it too personally.”
Stepmom‘s Susan Sarandon on parenting, on Entertainment Tonight Online

”We’re joined at the rubber chicken.”
Robin Williams on his affinity to the real Patch Adams, on Mr. Showbiz

”I don’t want to play a cop anymore!…I’ll play a lawyer, I’ll play a husband, a bad guy — since they won’t give me a girlfriend or show me in any intimate relationship on Homicide for some strange reason.”
Yaphet Kotto, looking forward to playing other roles in addition to his current one as Lieut. Al Giardello, on TVgen

”It just means that when I go to Paris that people will approach me and say, ‘Ah, you are from Emergence!”’
Anthony Edwards on how ER‘s international success has affected him, on Entertainment Asylum via AOL Live

”It was a full boot camp. Much harder than the Private Ryan boot camp. Theirs was the mini-boot camp — ours was the real one.”
The Thin Red Lines Ben Chaplin, explaining how his film’s war-scene preparation differed from that other WWII movie’s, on Entertainment Tonight Online