When asked on Twitter whether her drawing was actually a “quick” one, Sophia explained, “I usually spend a full day on a piece, but this one was only 3-4 hours because I was just doing it for fun. That might be a long time for some people but for me thats very fast, I wasn’t trying to brush off my skill or time!”
Henry: In the core of it, Nick is a really well-travelled guy. He puts family and love first before family riches, and I think he just wants to do the right thing. He sees the error of his ways, and he tries to make amends for Rachel. He was a little silly in not preparing Rachel, maybe he was afraid of something- [distracted by kitten] This guy’s trying to escape, don’t do it! [laughs] Come back! He wants to be independent and not have to rely on being this heir to this ridiculous family throne, I guess we have that in common? [laughs] …I definitely don’t have the bank account. I wish that was something that, perhaps, was available.
Speaking in 2012, Lisa Kudrow revealed that on their first day, Courteney told the group: “Listen, I just did a Seinfeld episode and they all help each other. They say: “Try this,” and “This would be funny.”” And she told her fellow Friends actors to do the same to her. Lisa went on: “There’s a code with actors. Actors don’t give each other notes under any circumstances. So she was giving us permission to give her notes, and we all agreed that that would be great. Why not? And she also said, “Listen, you know, we all need to make this thing great.” She just set the stage with: “I know I’m the one who’s been on TV, but this is all of us.” She was the one who set that tone and made it a real group that way.”
“Honey, you make cupcakes. I worked in the White House.” — Omarosa to Bethenny Frankel
August 14, 2018, 18:05 GMT