Dennis Hopper: I don’t know what the difference would be between working for the Pope or working for a rabbi, or working for a Wall Street bank or a TV commercial.
Mary Karr: So stupid, isn’t it? I just wouldn't ever talk about that.
Hopper: I think, in the end, it’s how you’re perceived, I guess.
Karr: You know, other people are not my problem.
Hopper: They approached me.
Karr: They're not where you think they're going to be.
Hopper: It was obvious who they were to me. All I can say is that I have financing.
Karr: (Laughter) Everybody in the town knew about that.
Hopper: That hasn’t stopped me from doing commercials. I haven’t changed much.
Karr: I hope so.
Hopper: Oh, really?
Karr: Yeah. And I prayed about it.
Hopper: I did that for a long time. He’s wonderful.
Karr: He could make this person blonde instead of brunette.
Hopper: Next Friday at 10 o’clock. To me, it’s like the difference between developing something in chemical or being able to spray the light.