Tommy Dewey quotes

  • Everyone has been to school. Everyone has a sense of classroom dynamics and politics, regardless of subject matter. And if you've lived long enough, everyone hits a big life transition.
    -- Tommy Dewey

    #School #Long #Transition

  • Just keep plugging ahead with your idea because the tide turns quickly.
    -- Tommy Dewey

    #Ideas #Tides #Turns

  • Having written pilots, in recent years, for networks that are dusty on a shelf somewhere, I was growing more and more impatient and eager to create something and just get it seen. Ultimately, that's what you're in the business to do.
    -- Tommy Dewey

    #Years #Growing #Pilots

  • In a press conference, everyone is required to be like, "I'm just trying to do what's best for the team," but really?! It's a hilarious lie that everybody allows to be told.
    -- Tommy Dewey

    #Lying #Team #Trying

  • This is a corny actor thing to say, but the first step is that you can't judge the character that you're playing. If it's built in three-dimensional fashion, you'll just play a character who's going out and seeking the best version of their life that they can find. That gives the character an accessibility that everyone can identify with.
    -- Tommy Dewey

    #Fashion #Character #Play

  • A lot of times, that ***** behavior is a cover for deep insecurities, and sometimes the deeper the insecurities, the bigger the asshole.
    -- Tommy Dewey

    #Insecurity #Sometimes #Behavior

  • There's so much content out there that you can't make crap and just hope it gets seen.
    -- Tommy Dewey


  • If we want to be considered among the shows that are worth watching, it's got to be really good. Ultimately, that's all you can control.
    -- Tommy Dewey

    #Want #Shows #Ifs

  • From the time I read my first Hemingway work, The Sun Also Rises, as a student at Soldan High School in St. Louis, I was struck with an affliction common to my generation: Hemingway Awe.

  • Equality is the heart and essence of democracy, freedom, and justice, equality of opportunity in industry, in labor unions, schools and colleges, government, politics, and before the law. There must be no dual standards of justice, no dual rights, privileges, duties, or responsibilities of citizenship. No dual forms of freedom.

  • Yeah, I left Idaho at 17. You know, I graduated high school a year early and just, you know, the typical story, packed up my car and moved out.

  • How long does getting thin take?

  • When we asked Pooh what the opposite of an Introduction was, he said "The what of a what?" which didn't help us as much as we had hoped, but luckily Owl kept his head and told us that the Opposite of an Introduction, my dear Pooh, was a Contradiction; and, as he is very good at long words, I am sure that that's what it is.

  • It's been so long and I'm lost without you, what am I gonna do? I been needin' you, wantin' you, wonderin' if you're the same and who's been with you. Is your heart still mine? I wanna cry sometimes ... I miss you.

  • For similar folly, our own country, in the transition from the colonial period, also paid a fearful price; and from a like catastrophe the United States has been twice saved in our time by the arguments formulated by Turgot.

  • In the first years after the systemic transition, our screens showed American entertainment that had not been available before, or had been available only sporadically.

  • Anyone need advice on making the transition from 5.12 to 5.11?

  • Let's assume there is some validity in these prophecies. What vision of the future, of the new world, might we see so that we can place our attention upon this vision as a strange attractor to carry us through this critical transition?