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After ten or twelve years you can only play something so long and then you start to parody it.
 

At that time I was making the largest salary known on television and I didn't want to see it die because those were the years paying off when I wasn't making anything.
 

Before I tried LSD, I'd been going to a psychologist for a couple of years. I found out about success that you have to fight for it a lot, then when you achieve it you can't give up the fight.
 

But there is no withdrawal, but with tobacco there is terrible withdrawal, it is almost impossible for a lot of people. I did , I went cold turkey, they never had any patches in those days but grass was not difficult, alcohol not difficult, but tobacco - oh my god.
 

I admit the last couple of years shows were not up to par.
 

I could never understand why anybody would take LSD for recreation. It's like, I think I'm going to take out my appendix. That would be nice this weekend.
 

I did successfully kick tobacco at the age of 34. I smoked for like 20 years, from 14 to 34.
 

I didn't write the book to sell the book, but to tell my experiences.
 

I guess it was but I think peoples morality has changed. It's gotten more liberal and more diverse and even in a sense much more fundamental, you take the fundamental religious right in this country, its got to go back about 50 years.
 

I liked Dallas better because it was more deceptive, you could do more with it.
 

I think JR would make a better President than the one we have now.
 

I think they could of recast the children, I heard of people wanting to do something like that. That would be a nice little show to do but you know that show was of the 80's, I don't think the audience mind set is in that direction any longer.
 

I was sad to see anybody leave, we had a very nice family on that show. I was very sad to see momma go, Victoria and especially Linda. My god that was my wife on the show, in fact my wife calls her wife.
 

I was shot when I think it was number one. That was the catalyst for the interest in the show. Certainly it went on for a long time after that but that's what really kicked it off. Of course a lot of people watched it just because of the novelty of the situation.
 

I'm happy to be here. I'm happy to be anywhere. I'm not kidding.
 

I'm not well versed on the verbiage of the internet.
 

I'm sure it is, I'm not for any kind of war, we've been engaged in several wars since the second world war and we lost in Korea, we lost in Vietnam, they are political wars, they have nothing to do with any real threat, nor does this one.
 

Later on when it became a routine it was not as exciting I'll admit that. The first three years were wonderful, the rest were just money making and having fun.
 

Marijuana you can give up, Iv given it up for fifteen years now and it never occurs to me to smoke it anymore.
 

My credo is etched on my mirror in my bathroom and I see it when I brush my teeth in the morning. It says, "Don't worry, Be Happy, Feel Good." When you see that first thing, and you reflect on it, the rest of the day seems to glide by pretty well.
[Mornings]
 


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