Cory Allen: You know, prime time television shows, game shows, reality shows, family movies, blockbusters, etc.
Faith Kates: So somebody had to do something different.
Allen: Having photophores that cause light to emanate from your body using bioluminescence would be amazingly amusing.
Kates: To me that's interesting. We would laugh.
Allen: Metaphorically speaking, your mind is like a parachute.
Kates: The money started changing.
Allen: Slightly, and by that I mean everything has an effect on everything.
Kates: He'd say, "Call me back in five minutes." So we'd call back, and he would say, "Not today."
Allen: Hopefully this method is at play but one can never be absolutely sure.
Kates: Guys weren't looking at Vogue—guys were looking at Victoria's Secret, because it came in the mail.
Allen: When they don't thumb, they don't think. I think pornography is humorous.
Kates: I just saw a photograph and thought she was very pretty.
Allen: A sense of relief falls upon me to discover that the perceiver asks for further information on questions that have what could be seen as contradictorily answers. I will attempt an explanation using metaphor with promises that my answer remains coherent.
Kates: We were like, "We can buy you a new switchblade when you get off the plane."
Allen: Once it’s forged all you have to do is apply it and it's there in perfect relief.
Kates: I didn't have a plan.
Allen: Unfortunately I do.