My family's always been really funny. I feel like comedy's hard. I feel like it's so important.
I'm a really big homebody. If I had my way, a typical Saturday night would be staying home, ordering in, watching a movie or catching up on some shows.
Cheese, in any form, is my guilty pleasure. I would rather have a cheese platter for dinner than any meal. There's nothing better!
The perfect Sunday morning is the family at home, staying in pajamas for half the day and eating a late breakfast.
I'm an impulse buyer. There are so many great things online! Having two kids, I feel like that's an easy, fun way to shop without letting it take up your entire day.
I find vacuuming very therapeutic. I like the lines it makes on the carpet.
Someday I'd love to do Shakespeare.
We have a new puppy and that's enough! Two babies and three dogs is enough.
When Ben Stiller and I first got married and we first had kids, I felt I needed to prove we could still do it and I could still work separately from Ben and I could still work with him. I just let go of all of that now. I said to him, 'For me, a little bit goes a long way.'
It's not like I had big dreams to go to California and become an actor. I loved doing my shows at school and community theater, and I probably would have settled in New York because it was closer. I was going to go to NYU.
It's always just a great thing to see your kids connecting and you see the different stages.
It was so inspiring for me to watch tennis growing up. I thought I was really good playing, until my brother told me I wasn't!
My classroom is set up to accommodate the different types of assignments students do. Sitting at a single desk the entire class time just doesnt work for this type of class.
I can't stand the club scene. It's all about impressing people.
All through school, people told me I looked like Marcia Brady.
But 'Hey Dude' was shot in Arizona, and that took me to the West Coast. We did 65 episodes. It was not a show that a ton of people saw, so it was like doing acting classes and getting paid for it. At that point I had the acting bug. So I went to L.A. to give it a try and never left.
I just go with my gut.
I like circle time and school drop-off. And I like that I have kids still willing to hold my hand.
I like things bright.
If I had made it in cheerleading, I would have never been an actress.
I have no projects on the horizon. I don't feel frustrated. It's a great life lesson for me.
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