"I had a strong sudden instinct that I must be alone. I didn’t want to see any people at all. I had seen so many people all my life — I was an average mixer, but more than average in a tendency to identify myself, my ideas, my destiny, with those of all classes that came in contact with. I was always saving or being saved — in a single morning I would go through the emotions ascribable to Wellington at Waterloo. I lived in a world of inscrutable hostiles and inalienable friends and supporters."
"In the beginning, you know, i was more of a realist, so if i hear a noise i’m gonna assume it’s a window and not a ghost…So now being on the show for ten years, it better not be a ghost because i’m gonna kill it."