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“I wanted to go deeper,” Kauffman said. “I want to do more mature work.”
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Fonda shot back, “Everyone’s unique, but she’s uniquer… I come from a long line of depressed people. Lily has a funny bone. I try to sit real close to her and rub up against her [in the hopes that the funny will transfer over.]”
Tomlin rolled her eyes, replying, “I told her the other day — because the reviews almost inevitably said we were both so funny — and I said, ‘Don’t ever say to me again that you’re not funny.'”
Sheen, playing along. “I come into the makeup room every morning and I say, “God bless everyone here, even the undeserving — and you know who you are.”
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