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"Aaron Rodgers, starting quarterback - that just has a good ring to it." - Aaron Rodgers

"Aaron Rodgers is going to spell 'relax' with R-U-N...You're going to see a lot of Eddie Lacy." - Bill Cowher

"Aaron Rodgers is going to spell "relax" with R-U-N...You're going to see a lot of Eddie Lacy." - Bill Cowher

"The mold that everyone is seeing nowadays is kind of the Aaron Rodgers mold - I try to mix and match from the different quarterbacks." - Robert Griffin Iii

"If Russell Wilson wins this game... He starts to creep into the conversation of how we talk about Tom Brady, how we talk about Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, and Aaron Rodgers." - Marshall Faulk

"I think about Aaron Rodgers, he's like Chris Evans before he got the HGH injection in Captain America. But before he was super smart and was still witty and stuff. That's how I see Tom Brady." - Michael Bennet

"In the Rodgers and Hammerstein generation, popular hits came out of shows and movies." - Stephen Sondheim

"I feel like Aaron brings out the best in me" - Michael Phelps

"My dear friend Aaron Paul, I love you so much." - Bryan Cranston

"If [the Packers] can protect Aaron Rodgers and allow him to throw the ball down the field this game will not even be a contest. But if they do not, and Minnesota can come in here and run the football, we are going to have ourselves a good game tonight." - Marshall Faulk

"I think that's a mistake if [Aaron Rodgers] does not throw at [Richard Sherman]. Now, he doesn't have to make it personal vendetta against him because I'm sure all year, all he's heard is how he did not throw on Richard Sherman." - Reggie Bush

"I think that's a mistake if [Aaron Rodgers] does not throw at [Richard Sherman]. Now, he does' have to make it personal vendetta against him because I'm sure all year, all he's heard is how he did not throw on Richard Sherman." - Reggie Bush

"I like to think I'm pretty close in comparison to Aaron Rodgers. He's very athletic and gets the ball out quickly. He's very knowledgeable of the game, controls the offense totally, and that's something I try to do. Just know the offense inside and out." - Jimmy Garoppolo

"I have only one bit of advice to beginning writers: be sure your novel is read by Rodgers and Hammerstein." - James A Michener

"I've never met a Mormon I didn't like. They're really nice people. They're so Disney. They're so Rodgers and Hammerstein." - Trey Parker

"Demetrius: Villain, what hast thou done? Aaron: That which thou canst not undo. Chiron: Thou hast undone our mother. Aaron: Villain, I have done thy mother." - William Shakespeare

"More than anyone else, he's (Hank Aaron) made me wish I wasn't a manager." - Walter Alston

"Finally learning his baseball history, on the topic of Hank Aaron and his home run record" - Alfonso Soriano

"And with Aaron, I'd have to find a reason not to work with him." - Neil Labute

"Moses, Aaron, Abraham, they're all a waste of time. It's your ass that's on the line." - Frank Zappa

"I don't want people to forget Babe Ruth. I just want them to remember Henry Aaron." - Hank Aaron

"Aaron, in order to die you have to live a little first." - Meg Cabot

"I don't think Aaron Sorkin can write a character who isn't really funny." - Clark Gregg

"Aaron Burr was like a new refrigerator. He was bright, cold and empty." - Richard Brookhiser

"I am lucky enough to have Aaron Sorkin write what I have to say." - Allison Janney

"You can't really compare any TV show to a show written by Aaron Sorkin." - Constance Zimmer

"More than anyone else, Hank Aaron made me wish I wasn't a manager." - Walt Alston

"Aaron Spelling went further than anyone has ever gone for television." - Linda Evans

"Playing with Aaron Rodgers, every time I went into a game you always felt like no matter what happens, he was going to bail you out somehow. He was that kind of guy. He was one of the three or four guys you have in the league right now that no matter where you are or what's going on in the game, you have a chance with him." - Charles Woodson

"Andrew Luck, if he gets to his first Super Bowl and he wins that Super Bowl, that means he won on the road every game except for that first playoff game. He went and beat Peyton Manning...Then that means he went and beat Tom Brady...Then he would either have to beat Aaron Rodgers or the Seattle Seahawks. That's a pretty tough hill to climb. If he does that, he's just solidified himself in that conversation as an elite quarterback." - Charles Woodson

"Playing with Aaron Rodgers, every time I went into a game you always felt like no matter what happens, he was going to bail you out somehow. He was that kind of guy. He was one of the three or four guys you have in the league right now that no matter where you are or what's going on in the game, you have a chance with him." - Charles Woodson

"Andrew Luck, if he gets to his first Super Bowl and he wins that Super Bowl, that means he won on the road every game except for that first playoff game. He went and beat Peyton Manning...Then that means he went and beat Tom Brady...Then he would either have to beat Aaron Rodgers or the Seattle Seahawks. That's a pretty tough hill to climb. If he does that, he's just solidified himself in that conversation as an elite quarterback." - Charles Woodson

"Playing with Aaron Rodgers, every time I went into a game you always felt like no matter what happens, he was going to bail you out somehow. He was that kind of guy. He was one of the three or four guys you have in the league right now that no matter where you are or what's going on in the game, you have a chance with him." - Charles Woodson

"Andrew Luck, if he gets to his first Super Bowl and he wins that Super Bowl, that means he won on the road every game except for that first playoff game. He went and beat Peyton Manning...Then that means he went and beat Tom Brady...Then he would either have to beat Aaron Rodgers or the Seattle Seahawks. That's a pretty tough hill to climb. If he does that, he's just solidified himself in that conversation as an elite quarterback." - Charles Woodson

"The highest ranking woman in the Congress, Cathy McMorris Rodgers who has given birth three times while she's been in Congress. That's pretty impressive." - Kellyanne Conway

"There needs to be more Kander & Ebbs and Rodgers & Harts and people like that out there. But, it's so hard to get something looked at and on." - Ruthie Henshall

"The music and lyrics of Rodgers & Hammerstein connect seamlessly. Singing those beautiful songs was a joyous experience for me, and one that I will never forget." - Julie Andrews

"I was mainly influenced by the Carter Family, Jimmie Rodgers, Loretta Lynn, Merle Haggard, and others like Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash." - Iris Dement

"I think my knowledge of music theory is rooted in jazz theory, and a lot of the writers of standards - Rodgers and Hart, and Gershwin." - Zooey Deschanel

"It's kind of hard to get deep with Rodgers and Hammerstein. I can't think of a moral in the music - it's just fun." - Jeff Long

"I much prefer being told off by Brendan Rodgers than by my wife. Brendan is more careful than my wife with what he says." - Luis Suarez

"The history of popular music is littered with great partnerships. Rodgers had his Hammerstein, Lennon had his McCartney, and Lloyd Webber had... his photocopier..." - Humphrey Lyttelton

"Slapping a rattlesnake across the face with the back of your hand is safer than trying to fool Henry Aaron." - Claude Osteen

"Trying to get a fast ball past Hank Aaron is like trying to get the sun past a rooster." - Curt Simmons

"So many QBs throw the ball down the field, that's wrong. Watch Aaron Rodger throw it up the field" - Phil Simms

"Aaron Sorkin very sticky about using precise language. It's in his contract: you have to use what he writes!" - Martin Sheen

"I didn't know [director] Aaron Woodley at all, but I knew I wanted to be a part of [ The Entitled ]." - Laura Vandervoort

"Aaron was uncomfortable and a little afraid. This, he thought, is how God might pray to his God. ~ Ch. 1" - Sinclair Lewis

"Trying to sneak a pitch past Hank Aaron is like trying to sneak a sunrise past a rooster." - Joe Adcock

"Though Moneyball had the talents of screenwriters Steven Zaillian and Aaron Sorkin going for it, they weren't baseball insiders." - Brad Pitt

"Trying to sneak a fastball past Hank Aaron is like trying to sneak the sunrise past a rooster." - Joe Adcock

"I played with Willie Mays and against Hank Aaron. They were tremendous players, but they were no Josh Gibson." - Monte Irvin

"Tommie Aaron taught me how to have a good attitude, to be easy going and not get uptight." - Dale Murphy

"When you get a chance to work with Aaron Sorkin, you don't say no. You drop everything you're doing." - Judd Hirsch

"I like to piece together different guitarists, unlikely bedfellows. You have Jonny Greenwood playing next to Nile Rodgers on the same track, so it becomes like an orchestra of sounds." - Bryan Ferry

"Rodgers & Hammerstein shows have a purity of unironic emotion that imprints itself upon people's hearts. They seem to touch our feelings so effortlessly. They have a scope and ambition that's missing from many musicals now." - Mary Rodgers

"Larry Hart and Dick Rodgers were both bright Jewish boys from Manhattan who at one point or another went to Columbia, but there the similarity in their backgrounds ends." - Robert Gottlieb

"When I listen to most forms of music, in their most raw and pure, it all has a punk edge to me, like Lead Belly, Jimmie Rodgers, Otis Redding or Nirvana." - Langhorne Slim

"Be of the disciples of Aaron, loving peace and pursuing peace, loving your fellow creatures and drawing them near to the Law." - Hillel the Elder

"We can take her. Besides, he deserves someone who doesn't shop at Gap Kids. -Rose to Lissa on Mia and Aaron" - Richelle Mead

"What do you mean it wasn't anything? Didn't the earth move or the planets align or something? -Rose to Lissa on sleeping with Aaron" - Richelle Mead

"Liberals could live their whole lives never having to hear an actual conservative opinion other than the idiotic arguments written for conservative characters on Aaron Sorkin's little teleplays." - Ann Coulter

"Aaron was one of the few Jewish volunteers in our study, and I felt a certain kinship with him at that level." - Rick Strassman

"Aaron Pryor wants to get into the ring with me. He wants to be able to retire, and he will. For health reasons" - Sugar Ray Leonard

"I guess anytime you are mentioned with Hank Aaron, it is the ultimate compliment, not only as a hitter, but obviously, the great ballplayer that he was." - Alex Rodriguez

"It might be the doing of Satan, in whom Aaron anxiously believed with all of his being except, perhaps, his mind." - Sinclair Lewis

"I'm taking my time trying to transition because the Aaron Carter you saw back then - now [I'm] a completely different person." - Aaron Carter

"I'm absolutely happy with where Louis Litt is. The writers, starting with Aaron [Korsh], have just made him into a human being." - Rick Hoffman

"Aaron Spelling kept trying to bring vampires about, and I feel badly that it happened so much later. He was ahead of his time, in that regard." - Brigid Brannagh

"My joke about Aaron Sorkin is that The West Wing was a great show about democracy, run by Kim Jong-Il!" - Bradley Whitford

"I read an interview with Aaron Sorkin and he said he plays every part when he's writing. I thought, "Oh, I do that too! I'm doing okay."" - Danny Strong

"It might be the doing of Satan, in whom Aaron anxiously believed with all of his being except, perhaps, his mind. ~ Ch. 4" - Sinclair Lewis

"I was born Jewish. I received the name of my paternal grandfather, Aaron. Having become Christian by faith and baptism, I have remained Jewish. As did the Apostles." - Jean-Marie Cardinal Lustiger

"Anything that Aaron Sorkin writes, I could watch a million times. One of the few shows that I've watched in repeats was 'The West Wing.'" - Ben Feldman

"I do know the Spelling family. I worked for Aaron Spelling when I was a brunette. I've known them since Tori was a little girl." - Loni Anderson

"For better or worse, I have a lot of vaudeville circus skills that you just can't showcase in Aaron Sorkin's work." - Joshua Malina

"I think Aaron Sorkin is like Shakespeare. When you go through it, there is a rhythm and clues all over the place of how it should be played." - Chris Messina

"Aaron Pryor wants to get into the ring with me. He wants to be able to retire, and he will. For health reasons." - Sugar Ray Leonard

"Hello, Aaron," Brigid said, sliding up to him and running a finger down his chest. "You're looking good . . . as always." Aaron lifted her finger off his shirt and let it drop. "Put some clothing on, Brigid." She smiled up at him. "Why? Tempted?" "Yeah, to cover my eyes." - Kelley Armstrong

"I had been used to improvising and even in the audition I was feeling free to rearrange Aaron Sorkin words a little bit, as lovely as they were. I didn't find out until after I got the part how furious Aaron was at me for doing that. They said, "He was livid. He did everything in his power not to jump down your throat!" But I came to realise that Aaron was writing in metre and the rhythm of the language is very important." - Richard Schiff

"I wanted to invent some kind of American dance that was danced to the music that I grew up on: Cole Porter and Rodgers and Hart and Irving Berlin. So I evolved a style that certainly didn't catch on right away - but I had some good mentors in New York who encouraged me." - Gene Kelly

"My sole inspiration is a telephone call from a director. ... (when asked who wrote 'Some Enchanted Evening') Rodgers and Hammerstein, if you can imagine it taking two men to write one song. ... Good authors, too, who once knew better words now use only four-letter words writing prose. ... Brush up your Shakespeare and they'll all kowtow." - Cole Porter

"I think every time I said, "I'm working with Nile [Rodgers]," the reaction was, "Oh, great. I love 'Let's Dance.' " I think that's pretty expected. I'm not sure Nile and I went in consciously not to make "Let's Dance." We just wanted to work together again." - David Bowie

"When you're young, you obviously have people you look up to. People like Andrew Oldham and Nile Rodgers inspired me then, and they inspire me now. But at some point, you start to try to be the best you can be and you're not copying anybody else. I'm just doing it in public, and my work needs to reflect that as well." - Johnny Marr

"Not being a natural songwriter... for me the appreciation of a great song and the writers came early on, growing up in a musical family. My dad got to sing songs by some of the greatest writers of all time, Rodgers and Hammerstein." - Bonnie Raitt

"That big hit 'Get Lucky' is a disco song - not only the melody and the whole concept, but we had one of the great disco guys and one of the best guitarists ever, Nile Rodgers, to play on it. So that's great disco, but a modern disco, because it has great vocoders and synthesizers." - Giorgio Moroder

"There were two auditions for The Social Network, one with Aaron Sorkin and one with David Fincher. I was a nervous wreck. I was like, Okay, how do I hold the paper without my hands making it shake?" - Armie Hammer

"I think it's incredible because there were guys like (Willie) Mays and (Mickey) Mantle and Henry Aaron who were great players for ten years... I only had four or five good years." - Sandy Koufax

"Utilizing a unique acoustic blend never heard previously, the Aaron O'Rourke Trio has made a fine debut recording that is sure to please old and new grass fans alike." - David Grisman

"Arthur V. Berger commenting on the music of Aaron Copland: Here is at last an American that we may place unapologetically beside the great recognized creative figures of any other country." - Aaron Copland

"...and I have this stupid little thought that Aaron didn't survive the croc attack after all, that he died but he's so pissed off at me that dying didn't stop him from coming here to kill me anyway." - Patrick Ness

"Playboy and I have had some talks about doing it and in what manner it would be done. Aaron Spelling did not pay me money not to do it - that's completely false." - Shannen Doherty

"Utilizing a unique acoustic blend never heard previously, the Aaron O"Rourke Trio has made a fine debut recording that is sure to please old and new grass fans alike." - David Grisman

"Just besides how smart Aaron Sorkin stuff is, really, is how visceral it is, how sensual it is. Not sexual, sensual. Always tactile. When you read his scripts, the scripts read fast and the words almost jump off the page." - Thomas Schlamme

"I had no regrets when I did it, I have even less regret now because I can't imagine staying on the West Wing show and then, six weeks later, Aaron Sorkin leaving." - Rob Lowe

"The universe works in mysterious ways and for me it worked out perfectly. With all respect to everybody else, Aaron Sorkin is and was The West Wing, full stop. There's no West Wing without him." - Rob Lowe

"Aaron Sorkin was completely unable to understand the actual psychology of Mark or of Facebook. He can't conceive of a world where social status or getting laid or, for that matter, doing drugs, is not the most important thing." - Marc Andreessen

"Everybody knows Aaron Sorkin's scripts. There's a huge amount of lines. There's a huge amount of interchange. You gotta do a lot of learning to be able to get it up to pace." - Danny Boyle

"I came up in the '60s; that was a time when there was a revolution going on in music. Stravinsky had become a twelve-tone composer; even Aaron Copland was writing twelve-tone pieces at that time!" - Paul Lansky

"Aaron Persky who is the judge who really I think it's fair to say there is a mob seeking to recall him because of what's perceived as a too-lenient sentence in a sexual assault case." - Dahlia Lithwick

"So now I have a collection of poetry by Aaron Neville and I give it to people I want to share it with. I'd like to publish it someday." - Aaron Neville

"I'd love to work with Aaron Sorkin on something. Just the way he writes, he has no fear in writing people that are fiercely intelligent, and I love that." - David Tennant

"Aaron Copland was a man that had a very specific point of view about what music should be which was that, he felt that new music should have the composer should show a personality in his music." - Elliott Carter

"I chose to be Mrs. Johnny Cash in my life. I decided I'd allow him to be Moses and I'd be Moses' brother Aaron, picking his arms up and padding along behind him." - June Carter Cash

"Aaron is not at all what his image might indicate. He's fiercly loyal and a true and total gentleman. He's very shy but has very strong opinions. He's into everything, wardrobe, hair, script, casting." - Stephen Collins

"Aaron Sorkin was completely unable to understand the actual psychology of Mark or of Facebook. He can't conceive of a world where social status or getting laid or, for that matter, doing drugs, is not the most important thing." - Marc Andreessen

"I think it's great when writers get recognition; it doesn't happen very often. I just don't want that writer to be me. Let it be Aaron Sorkin or, you know, somebody good." - Diablo Cody

"I'm being compared to the impossible. I never saw Mays, Aaron or Clemente play. What about the people I face every day? Tim Raines is the best? Mattingly is the best? Why not compare me to my peers?" - Eric Davis

"I think it's incredible because there were guys like Mays and Mantle and Henry Aaron who were great players for ten years... I only had four or five good years." - Sandy Koufax

"I'm mad at Hank Aaron for deciding to play one more season. I threw him his last home run and thought I'd be remembered forever. Now, I'll have to throw him another." - Bill Lee

"Aaron Sorkin has been incredibly good to me; I don't know that I would have an acting career without him. Thanks to him, people think I'm smart and nice, but I'm neither." - Joshua Malina

"I knew I wanted to be an actor, and my mother said, 'Call Aaron Sorkin.' It seemed dubious that I'd make it as an actor by calling Jews I knew, but it worked." - Joshua Malina

"As far as I'm concerned, Aaron is the best ball player of my era. He is to baseball of the last fifteen years what Joe DiMaggio was before him. He's never received the credit he's due." - Mickey Mantle

"I don't know where Hank Aaron will break Ruth's record but I can tell you one thing - ten years from the day he hits it three million people will say they were there." - Eddie Mathews

"I like to say good dialogue is a million times easier to memorize than bad dialogue - difficult good dialogue, even if it's difficult. Aaron Sorkin dialogue is easier to memorize, even though it's wildly complicated." - Jesse Bradford

"Willie Mays could throw better, and Hank Aaron could hit more home runs. But I've got enthusiasm. I've got desire. I've got hustle. Those are God-given talents, too." - Pete Rose

"Singing with Aaron Neville, he pulled stuff out of my voice I never could have gotten, because if he's providing XYZ, I have to put in ABC, and usually I don't have to put in ABC." - Linda Ronstadt

"There were two auditions for 'The Social Network,' one with Aaron Sorkin and one with David Fincher. I was a nervous wreck. I was like, 'Okay, how do I hold the paper without my hands making it shake?'" - Armie Hammer

"I've written enough books with real celebrities, such as Walter Payton and Hank Aaron and Billy Graham, to know that fame looks good only to people who don't have it." - Jerry B Jenkins

"Aaron Cruden and Beauden Barrett have both been decent, but Dan Carter takes it on to a different level, and he kicks his goals better than both of them." - Brian Odriscoll

"No one was more important to the game of baseball in the last half of the 20th century than Henry Aaron and no one writes about that supremely talented man, that tumultuous time and this treasure of a game better than Howard Bryant. Together, they are an extraordinary combination, and the book Bryant has written gets to the heart of the complicated and dignified, patient and consistent genuine hero that is Henry Aaron." - Ken Burns

"I loved playing (Aaron Echols on 'Veronica Mars.') I was really sad when I got my head blown off, but...that seems to happen to me. I seem to be murdered on all of these shows. But, okay, as long as the checks don't bounce, I'm all right with that. Besides, when Aaron Echols was killed, as I recall, he'd just had sex with a beautiful young girl, he was smoking a Cuban cigar and drinking a rare, 18-year-old brandy, and watching himself on television. If you gotta go, I think that's probably the way to go." - Harry Hamlin

"I have made a career out of arguing that we shouldn't be criminalizing political differences. I've made a career out of arguing that the grand jury is an abusive institution. I have made a career out of arguing that we shouldn't stretch and expand the criminal law. I'm not going to change it because you think these are abnormal times. When Thomas Jefferson told the Justice Department that they had to prosecute Aaron Burr, and that he was going to have the chief justice impeached unless he found Aaron Burr guilty, those were special times too." - Alan Dershowitz

"But what I found most interesting was that Aaron had apparently found a way to pass the time without her. Beside him, holding his hand, was a Moroi girl who looked about eleven but had to be older, unless he'd become a pedophile during our absence." - Richelle Mead

"Its a real honor to be included among the list of finalists, when you see the names that are there, ... Some of the guys who won the Hank Aaron Award in the past are thought of as some of the best players in the history of the game, so just to be included with those guys is really gratifying." - Mark Teixeira

"MR.GOUDY: I believe you testified that you backed away from Aaron Wharton. MR.COGBURN: That is right. MR.GOUDY: You were backing away? MR.COGBURN: Yes sir. He had that ax raised. MR.GOUDY: Which direction were you going? MR.COGBURN: I always go backwards when I am backing up." - Charles Portis

"The forces of genetic mixing are so powerful that everyone in the world has Jewish ancestors, though the amount of DNA from those ancestors in a given individual may be small. In fact, everyone on earth is by now a descendant of Abraham, Moses, and Aaron-if indeed they existed." - Steve Olson

"Aaron Burr was a more brilliant man than George Washington. If he had been loyal to truth, he would have been an abler man; but that which made George Washington the chief hero in our great republic was the sagacity, not of intellectual genius, but of the moral element in him." - Albert Elijah Dunning

"Jessica walked away from Aaron and Ken, flashing them both a big smile. They were both very attractive - she had dated each of them a number of times. In fact, not too long ago she had contemplated falling in love with Ken for lack of anything better to do." - Francine Pascal

"Gospel ministers should not only be like dials on watches, or mile-stones upon the road, but like clocks and larums, to sound the alarm to sinners. Aaron wore bells as well as pomegranates, and the prophets were commanded to lift up their voice like a trumpet. A sleeping sentinel may be the loss of the city." - Joseph Hall

"Epitaph on Newton: Nature and Nature's law lay hid in night: God said, "Let Newton be!," and all was light. [added by Sir John Collings Squire: It did not last: the Devil shouting "Ho. Let Einstein be," restored the status quo] [Aaron Hill's version: O'er Nature's laws God cast the veil of night, Out blaz'd a Newton's soul and all was light." - George Polya

"Now they talk on the radio about the record set by (Babe) Ruth, and (Joe) DiMaggio and Henry Aaron. But they rarely mention mine. Do you know what I have to show for the sixty-one home runs? Nothing, exactly nothing." - Roger Maris

"I feel like I've had a number of roles in suits, which is hilarious to the people who know me, because it couldn't be further from who I am and what I wear. I think that Aaron Sorkin is, to a certain extent, responsible." - Clark Gregg

"I was called "T-Bow" but the people got it mixed up with "T-Bone." My name is Aaron Walker but "T-Bone" is catchy, people remember it. My auntie gave it to me when I was a kid. Mother's mother was a Cherokee Indian full blooded. There were sixteen girls and two boys in my mother's family, all dead but two." - T-Bone Walker

"Aaron Spelling was a huge fan of vampires, and everything in that genre. He just really loved the entire subject of vampires and he was really passionate about it. If you really like the idea of this other world and the intricacies of it, because there were a lot of them, and once you're hooked, it's always something that's a fascination to you." - Brigid Brannagh

"I'd worked for Aaron Spelling before [Embraced] and I always felt like we had a nice connection. I pretty much walked in and looked at him like, "This is mine!" And by the time I was done with the audition, he was already speaking to me as if I had the role." - Brigid Brannagh

"Actually, if I had to do it over [leaving the show the West Wing], I'd do the same thing, because lost in the shuffle of it is that Aaron [Sorkin] left the same year I did. And I would not have wanted to be on The West Wing with somebody else writing it." - Rob Lowe

"I think Aaron [Sorkin] did a remarkable job of plucking Andy [Hertzfeld] out of [Steve] Jobs' story, to perhaps reflect back on Steve a sense of maybe some things that were missing in Steve's life. Andy, just by nature, is one of these straight shooters." - Michael Stuhlbarg

"The script was given to me by one of my agents and they didn't tell me anything about it. My first reaction was, "The West Wing? Is it about a squadron of fighter jets?" Then I turned the page and saw, 'by Aaron Sorkin' and I knew it was going to be something good." - Rob Lowe

"Early on in my career I got a part in Revenge Of The Nerds II: Nerds In Paradise. If I hadn't done that I wouldn't have met Tim Busfield and if I hadn't met Tim Busfield, I wouldn't have met Aaron Sorkin. So Nerds II took me straight to the White House!" - Bradley Whitford

"Right before I got The West Wing, I was pretty much out of money. When I first came in to Warner Brothers, Aaron Sorkin was there. Of course I was nervous; I'm sitting here in front of the guy who wrote "You can't handle the truth!"." - Dule Hill

"Aaron Sorkin whole thing was that he didn't want the pomposity of the presidency in the West Wing. But once we cast Martin Sheen and we realised Martin's incredible accessibility, nothing felt pompous or aloof. If the show is about all the planets, let's end it with the sun." - Thomas Schlamme

"We had shot six episodes of the West Wing season when 9/11 happened. An extraordinary thing that would never happen today is Aaron going to the network and saying, "I think we need to go back and reshoot, I have something I want to do," and the network just kind of let him do it." - Rob Lowe

"It was terrifying when Aaron Sorkin announced that he was leaving West Wing, he and Tommy Schlamme. We felt like our parents were abandoning us. It was a tremendously sad day and I'm sure I will never understand exactly all the reasons why that happened." - Allison Janney

"I had also wanted to work with Aaron McGruder for a long time and there were a few other people on the project that I really wanted to work with,so it seems like a miracle of a project ['Black Jesus'] was handed to me." - Kali Hawk

"Aaron had learned ... from Mr. Fairlow's two-hour sermons on The Jealousy of an Angry Jehovah Who Hath Weighed Sinners in the Balance and Found Them Wanting,...that God was a torturer who punished small boys for sins they might commit later. ~ Ch. 3" - Sinclair Lewis

"I think actors look for good material and I had heard about this script by Aaron and I read it and thought I had to come back to television. I'm here mostly because of how good the script is and how bad The Whole 10 Yards was." - Matthew Perry

"Aaron Echolls is one of the best characters that I've ever played." - Harry Hamlin

"It's easier to do Shakespeare than Spelling, and I know that sounds crazy, because the challenge of Shakespeare is living up to Shakespeare, living up to that word, not failing, you know, where with Aaron Spelling it's like, just try to look good. Or maybe don't use Spelling there, that's bad. No - you can. He's dead." - Vincent Kartheiser

"I've taken a lot of crap from a lot of people. Probably more than anybody in the history of this sport. I know Hank (Aaron) and Jackie (Robinson) took a good deal of crap, but I guarantee it wasn't for six years. I just keep thinking: How much am I supposed to take?" - John Rocker



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