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SR: I'm not inclined to put a sunny face on everything, but I think that tough times really do wind up making people closer.
SR: Gene Hackman, Clint Eastwood, those guys — BM: They keep going. BM: I've had it looked at, but it does shake on that side. I ended up much closer to my guys than I ever would have been.
SR: "Everything happens for a reason." BM: That drives me nuts. "Everything happens for a reason." SR: Five on rye? SR: "It's God's plan." BM: Well, it's not God's ideal. SR: It's hard work to make something appear effortless. For a two-stopper it saves you, like, eight hours and eight plane tickets.
BM: I never went much for "It's an ill wind that blows no good" kind of thing. BM: "Everything happens for a reason" is a kind of self-hypnosis. [Pulling up to the terminal.] Here's my boys over here — the Delta boys. BM: I really only need to use it when I'm traveling with the boys.
And he says, "I just want you to know ..." I'm like, "Oh, fuck." He says, "I used to work as a page at NBC, and my job was to refill the M&M bowls and the peanut bowls in the actors' dressing room. Even a crap film is really an extraordinary achievement. BM: And it makes the most amazing juice ever — I always thought Florida orange juice was the best. But there's one thing I've gotten phone calls about. If you're not funny, then it's "Guess who's not funny? The gratification part is: I worked with that son of a bitch. If you get that thing done, you're professional friends for life. BM: When I work, my first relationship with people is professional. What are you, in some sort of a weird relationship?
BM: The ones I like most are the ones where I connected with great people. I think that's also a Chicago thing: Friendship is no substitute for gettin' the job done. If an audience didn't like them, they'd get so miserable about it. I've done it a little bit lately — I'll emcee a concert, something like that. I say, "We're not gonna be friends until we get this done. I was staying over at my friend's house and there it was on the bedside table, and I'm reading it and I'm thinking it's an essay, so it's gonna be like four pages. Game One, the papers were like the last days of Watergate.