The secret to a long-lasting relationship is perpetually imagining the worst. It's a world view tracing back to my Eastern European ancestry and one I draw upon regularly.
We are very puritan in America. We still hold true to these really antiquated values, this idea of the sanctity of marriage.
I think a lot of people, especially women, feel like to be whole, you need to find part of yourself in another person - probably because of the fables we're told as kids.
There's a lot of people desperately seeking to find 'the one,' and I think we should learn to be more at peace with ourselves.
I think women are really self-analytical in a way that men aren't.
See, I will always shop, and that's sort of a problem. Clothes are always exploding out of my closet!
I think growing up in New York, you see so much at such a young age, there's no bubble to escape into.
I think all our characters are an amalgam of people we know in our world and ourselves.
Most actors and actresses are performative as people.
I guess actors are very sensitive people. We're porous.
I've always been a writer, and in high school, I was the editor of my school newspaper and I got a writing scholarship. It's always been a passion of mine.
I have a hard time waiting for things to happen.
There's no shame in owning a New Kids on the Block t-shirt. They were my first concert when I was eight.
It's human nature to want to be with other people.
I'm a big lipstick girl - I'm old school that way.
I love a good massage, and they gotta go deep.
I spent my teens and early 20s shopping almost exclusively at thrift stores.
I'm a health-food junkie, so all of my food is a splurge, money-wise!
In my view, relationship movies never get old because humanity will never not be confounded by their relationships.
I think 'Girls' is pretty brilliant.
In most movies there is a Prince Charming who rides up and saves the girl.
Nobody's life is wrapped up neatly in a bow.
I love 'Husbands and Wives,' Woody Allen's movie. It's like one of my all-time favorites. I could watch it over and over again.
Most single women have been in that situation where there is a silent guy in your group. You don't see him as boyfriend material. He's just there, but you know all the same people.