Flannery at the June 2009 premiere for The Proposal
June 10, 1964 |
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
'TV Guide' is smart to aim toward women. More women will go there to find out what's on – just like when guys won't ask for directions, a woman will break out the map.
I feel like people are funny, and women are people, so I'm sick of the distinction.
It's easy for people to strike if they're not working on a regular basis.
I do have a lot of female friends who are stand-ups and also women who are actresses and also happen to have an act.
Obviously I've gone out of my way in my career to not look good, so it's always nice to, every once in a while, get the opposite going.
Well, one of the things I love about 'The Office' is that it has so much heart.
I think the whole concept that women aren't funny is dead. It's over; it's done.
I cannot believe that in all the years that there have been female stand-ups, there has never been a show just for them.
I think the genetics of being Irish are that you sort of prefer when it's rainy and cloudy. It's just genetic.