have to go on a talk show.
I don't have to getinto self-analysis.
And, actually, I reallydon't have to anyway,
because my boyfriendwill do it for me.
I think that I am a classiccase, because I'm always
a half hour early foreverything-- at least
a half hour.
And the other night myboyfriend and I went to a movie.
And we got there almost anhour before the show started.
And he said, you know, you'realways early because you're
afraid you're goingto miss something.
That means you'vegot low self-esteem
and no concept ofyour own self-worth.
And I said, so what, youdon't want to pee on me now?
You know what?
And I think he was just furious.
I think-- I think that he wasjust really furious, because we
waited for a Demi Moore movie.
And that proves that I'm crazy.
And I-- you know-- I-- is it me?
You know, I'm a little bitsick of her torso, you know?
I don't care if it's painted.
I don't care ifit's impregnated.
I don't care if it'spoached on a bed of greens.
I'm sick of it now.
You know, I'm just--I've had it with her.
And I'll tell yousomething else.
I'm tired of movies like"Indecent Proposal" and "Pretty
Woman" because, youknow, that's just
saying that the most a womancan hope for in her career
is to sleep with a rich man.
And that's just-- justsuch a small part of it.
Well, you know what?
My grandmother is a strongadvocate for women's rights.
And she told me just recentlythat she's pro-choice.
And I sort of-- I sortof took it personally.
I said, why?
Were you looking at afamily album, or-- um.
But she says no.
She said she's pro-choicebecause she's pro-woman.
But I think it's reallybecause she just can't see
another generationborrowing money from her.
I think that's what it is.
But she marches inparades and rallies.
And actually, there was agreat parade in New York
I don't know if you'refamiliar with it.
There was anatheist parade here.
And to me that is hilarious.
Because, I mean, I didn't knowyou could march for something
you don't believe in.
I just thank that's great.