People either accept you for who you are, or they can fuck off.
Don’t you know how science works?
Hey. Hey. You know I don’t.
how am i gonna be an optimist about this
Very protective of her. But, this year there have been times when I have wanted to hug her and there have been also been times when I have wanted to smack her bum and give her a time out because she pushes her luck this year, on more than one occasion! I remember someone said to me in an interview, ‘is it important to you that everyone likes Rae all the time’, and I thought, nah, not at all. Because if everybody liked her all the time then I’ve failed at my job. My job is to make it real, and I hope this year that people will see that because it took me some courage to go with it. (on being protective of Rae)
"I don’t know what I thought it was gonna be. Honest to God, I did a movie and a couple of little TV shows when I was 16, didn’t do anything again, got into drama school. Then I started working pretty much immediately after drama school. I wasn’t really aware of what was going on, and I still hadn’t really decided that I was an actor. I hadn’t sort of said to myself "Right, this is the rest of my life," because you can’t, because there is still a big massive part of me saying, "What if the work dries up tomorrow? Then I’m not an actor any more," you know?"
"This is the Abbi I love and fell in love with and I’m obsessed with…"
"Don’t pretend to know everything. I’ve been blessed to work with a lot of veteran actors, and I soak up lessons from them like a sponge. Such as: Really listen to your scene partner. Be a giving actor. Don’t be selfish. Have a work ethic, like Susan Lucci, who doesn’t take days off."
Fangirl challenge → [1/10] tv shows: Veep"I’m the Vice President of the United States, you stupid little fuckers!"