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I know quickly whether a guy is boyfriend material. If I can have a good time doing absolutely nothing with him, then that's boyfriend material for me. Like if we're able to have fun at a gas station. I've had some really good times at gas stations.
In elementary school, people made fun of me because my skin was so white and I had black hair and wore black clothes.
"It was great for a change to share a week's work, rather than being on different projects. With the hours Alexis and I spend on set, you can tend to pass like ships in the night. Weekends, however, are great because we can share precious time together. But when we're at home, I promise you, we certainly don't talk about vampires or suck each other's blood for tea". [On playing the season 4, episode 15, role of Willow as a crossover on "Angel" (1999/I) June 4, 2003]
There should be a law that there's a pajama day every few weeks.
I had butterflies in my stomach. I don't know why I was so nervous-maybe because I don't know how to pronounce half the lines I have to say today. They're in some made-up language.
There was a rumor that I was dead. I happened to be off work that day and I had a beeper and the batteries had died, so I was just shopping and looking round book stores. People were frantically trying to get in touch with me and people were calling hospitals and the news people were calling my agent trying to see if it was true.
"It's like walking around a history book. You have all these beautiful buildings that were built before 1980." - on London.
You need to suffer to be interesting.
[on her role as the witch Willow, crossing over from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1997) to act in the episode "Orpheus" on the series "Angel," where fiancé Alexis Denisof is a regular:] "I finally get to spend a day with my honey, so that's really nervous coming in. I had butterflies in my stomach. I don't know why I was so nervous -- maybe because I don't know how to pronounce half the lines I have to say today. They're in some made-up language."
I'm not a big partier. I love when my emotions are real; not a pill that I popped to make me feel something. I can't stand when people use drugs as an escape. It's like, everybody suffers. Deal with your issues, you'll feel so much better.