surprise him at work while wearing nothing but socks and sandals
At some point I should leave [Alice] alone and stop using her life as comedy, but not yet.
The experience of shooting with a live bear was spectacular and unbelievable. First we shot a huge section of the scene in Belfast, and then we moved out to Los Angeles in January, and we shot with Bart the Bear. You kinda go, This is crazy. We’re shooting with a live bear. That bear was the biggest diva I’ve ever met. He wouldn’t leave his trailer without an applause. I’m not even kidding. The whole crew had to applaud and go, ‘Yeaaaaaah, Bart! Come on, Bart! You’re the best!’ Then he’d come out, and I’m not even making this up, between each take they had to throw food in his mouth, and he had to get the whipped cream, and we had to applaud him.
— Nikolaj Coster-Waldau explains how working with a bear is similar to working with me (via dignified-and-old
Andrea Dworkin, heartbreak
Dworkin discusses the disintegration of her friendship with Allen Ginsberg after realizing what a vile piece of shit he was (particular hits of his include asking women to relive their stories of molestation, in explicit detail, for his own sexual gratification, and preying on twelve year old boys at a Bar Mitzvah).