New York is a very taxing experience, even when you love it. …it requires all of your senses all of the time. ‘I’m going outside now, here it comes.’
Two Adrien(n)es for the price of one tonight filming with special Texas guest, Adriene.

Two Adrien(n)es for the price of one tonight filming with special Texas guest, Adriene.

  • Me: Do you like this music?
  • CR: Yeah, it's nice.
  • Me: It's the new Nickel Creek album.
  • CR: Oh really? I thought they were supposed to be not good.
  • Me: No, they are great. It has Chris Thile who is an amazing mandolin player. Remember when we saw Punch Brothers?
  • CR: Oh, excuse me, I was thinking Nickelback.

Recording of the LA Phil playing Ravel through a 5.1 earthquake.

It was so okay to beat your wife until so recently that we have a kind of shirt named after it. …and for some reason, this is offensive to nobody.

Brooklyn

  • Me: I don't like to go to Manhattan on the weekends.
  • CR: I don't like to go to Manhattan ever.
"Newly engaged, she opens up about the next challenge on the horizon: balancing family and career." —WSJ Magazine
Would an article about a male actor have this in the subtitle? 

"Newly engaged, she opens up about the next challenge on the horizon: balancing family and career." —WSJ Magazine

Would an article about a male actor have this in the subtitle? 

Just received a great package in the mail from a great friend.

Just received a great package in the mail from a great friend.

I just wanted to follow up from your call last week to let you know that I was able to speak with your doctor and correct your claim from July successfully, so we’ll be sending you a check for $227.
Rep from my health insurance company just now, blowing my mind that she actually followed through. Today is a good day.

A great perk of my job is that I was able to sit in on all of yesterday afternoon’s dress rehearsal for a one-night performance of Guys and Dolls at Carnegie Hall featuring Nathan Lane, Megan Mullally, Patrick Wilson, and Sierra Boggress.

Megan Mullally is a total badass.

I have stronger feelings about marriage than I did the last time I saw this show in high school, however, and the sentiment behind the song Marry the Man Today made me frown (“But marry the man today; Handle it meek and gently; Marry the man today and train him subsequently”). Clever lyricism, bad advice.

To further illustrate how close to home this hits.

CR just got home all sweaty and I had to take this photo.

Dean Street.

Dean Street.