Wendy Wasserstein: I don’t even know how this happened.
Dennis Farina: That’s what’s so scary.
Wasserstein: I know, I know.
Farina: Honestly, to us, it was just another day's work. I really can't comment intelligently on it beyond that.
Wasserstein: There are certain things you can teach yourself not to think about.
Farina: Sometimes you can surprise yourself with what you do when you just sort of go with the flow, so to speak.
Wasserstein: You teach your children not to lie, yet this society seems to lie with finesse.
Farina: Not in the combat sense of the word, necessarily, but police departments are semi-military organizations and that's the way they do business.
Wasserstein: Yeah, that’s wonderful.
Farina: I’m very blessed.
Wasserstein: I was at a dinner party where people were literally talking about how much a man was worth and I thought, “Worthiness is now all about money.”
Farina: A no-nonsense guy, but he's also got a terrific sense of humor. He could be anybody.
Wasserstein: For good or bad, I think that’s currently very true.
Farina: I thought the ending they used was far superior.
Wasserstein: No, but they have very nice houses.