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The job was in Newport, so I was able to get up to Martha's Vineyard, bring a couple of my boys up there. It was like putting on an old coat and finding a couple hundred dollars in it.
And he says, "I just want you to know ..." I'm like, "Oh, fuck." He says, "I used to work as a page at NBC, and my job was to refill the M&M bowls and the peanut bowls in the actors' dressing room. Even a crap film is really an extraordinary achievement.
If you're not funny, then it's "Guess who's not funny? The gratification part is: I worked with that son of a bitch. If you get that thing done, you're professional friends for life. BM: When I work, my first relationship with people is professional. What are you, in some sort of a weird relationship?
BM: The ones I like most are the ones where I connected with great people. I think that's also a Chicago thing: Friendship is no substitute for gettin' the job done.
You want to say no at the right time and you want to say yes more sparingly. He really believed that anyone could do it if they were present and showed respect. You've gotta go out there and improvise and you've gotta be completely unafraid to die. You can get away with it 'cause you're a girl, but you're not going to get away with that [points to his son].
If we don't get this done, we're never going to be friends, because if we don't get the job done, then the one thing we did together that we had to do together we failed." People confuse friendship and relaxation. Well, it goes on and on and on and on — Thoreau was a guy who lived alone, so he just had to get it all out, you know? I think they're trying to make Theo [Epstein, Chicago Cubs president] march to their tune.