QUOTE OF THE MONTH: TIE!
From Inside the List:
Out There: From 1993 to 2002, David Duchovny starred in The X-Files as the persistent and slightly paranoid F.B.I. special agent Fox Mulder, investigator of and true believer in paranormal activity. Then, from 2007 to 2014, he took on the even scarier role of Hank Moody, the wild-boy writer in Californication -- surely the most debauched novelist to appear on television since Angela Lansbury's Jessica Fletcher in Murder, She Wrote.
"The photojournalists we want to represent do not call upon their cousins to fornicate in a car," he wrote, from "World Press Photo Revokes Award".
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