Assumptions are the termites of relationships.— Henry Winkler
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That problem has been going on since men and women and their children moved from the plains and into caves. How many times have you heard Howard Cunningham talking to Marian about shopping? Too many.
When Richie Cunningham drank too many beers, his parents sat him down and explained their concerns. If you live on this earth, you find out that we are all the same.
Your mind knows only some things. Your inner voice, your instinct, knows everything. If you listen to what you know instinctively, it will always lead you down the right path.
Assumptions are the termites of relationships.
To me acting is like a jigsaw puzzle.
The jigsaw puzzle is of the sky and all the pieces are blue. Out of this you have to create a human being and put it together.
A human being's first responsibility is to shake hands with himself.
Your inner voice, your instinct, knows everything.
As a child, I was called stupid and lazy.
On the SAT I got 159 out of 800 in math. My parents had no idea that I had a learning disability.
Ten out of ten people die, so don't take life too seriously.
Somebody asked me if I could go back and start again with a different brain, would I. Years ago I thought yes, I would, and now I know I wouldn't. Because whatever challenges I had in school, I guess they forced me to where I am today. So I now see them as an asset.
I never knew that ["Hank Zipzer"] would happen in my life.
It is one of the greatest things. It is like a gift from God.
The theater of my mind has a seating capacity of just one, and its sold out for all performances.
Boston is large enough to learn your independence and small enough to make your own.
I do most of my work with kids. They are the very foundation of our future. We are so incredibly disrespectful to them in America in every way because they can't vote.
I truly believe fishing is like a washing machine for your brain
Producing is the hardest of the three because there is almost no closure.
Every time you solve a problem, another one pops up. Directing is second, and acting is the most fun.
As we sit here and idly chat, there are woman, female human beings, rolling around in strange beds with strange men, and we are making money from that.
Being down in Orlando, Florida, where we filmed the movie, I learned how to bass fish. Jerry Reed, who plays the villain in the movie, taught me how to bass fish.
Adam Sandler is truly brilliant. He plays these goofy characters, but he is a brilliant fellow.
Wes Craven is a wonderful friend, and we had a really good time together.
The Queen of England gave me the honor of the Order of the British Empire for working with children.
There is a whole other generation that knows me from "Arrested Development" "Scream" and, of course, "Happy Days."
Somebody said, 'Hey, there is a lull in your career.
Why don't you write books about your [dyslexia]?' We are currently writing our 34th novel.
How we learn has nothing to do with how brilliant we are.
Right now I belong to the wonderful organization called The Children's Action Network. The first thing we did was immunize 200,000 children across the country against childhood diseases.
I don't understand what I do, I just know that it's great.
When you love what you do, then you're talking to one of the luckiest guys on the face of the earth.
You see, I don't know how to ride a motorcycle, actually.
It is not easy to compete when you have LD, but it is possible.
Music takes us where words cannot.
Making a show is also economics. Because the irony is, or the shame of it is, you cannot create a show instantaneously. It needs to be massaged. You need to see who is relating to who. How is it working with the audience? You need to give it a chance for the audience to find it, because there are so many outlets. And the audience doesn't know where to go.
In school, I was an underachiever.
I have all over the country and all over the world.
It is an honor for me to meet the fans, a blessing.
Producing came about because I never wanted to be in one of those books, Where Are They Now?
To have people like my work, even if it's my old work, I can't ask for nothing nicer than that.
You cannot assume that somebody can define you.
You cannot assume that the other person is right. No matter how they say it to you, no matter with how much force they say, ‘Oh my god, you’ll never make it; oh my god, you’re not bright; you could never do this’—that’s one person. I can’t tell you how many people told me I would never be an actor.
I rode it once, which was up the driveway in the opening credits of the show.
I didn't know how to stop it. I actually nearly killed the director of photography, and I smashed into the sound truck.
Everyone if so warm, and the children know my from the children's books.
Their oldest siblings or young parents know me from "Here Comes the Groom" or "Waterboy."
The strangest thing [to sign] has to be parts of [fan's] anatomy. But mostly female.