I would love to be like a Brian McKnight. Shoot, I'd love to be Brian McKnight.
It's an ordinary day for Brian. Like, he died every day, you know.
I wish my name was Brian because maybe sometimes people would misspell my name and call me Brain. That's like a free compliment and you don't even gotta be smart to notice it.
I have the libido of a 15-year-old boy. My sex drive is so high. I'd rather have sex with Brian all the time than leave the house. He doesn't mind.
My feeling is unless they've somebody lined up and they are convinced he is going to be better than Brian, I think their decision has been made in haste.
As soon as something like Monty Python's 'The Life of Brian' appears with a Muhammad figure as the main lead, directed by an Arabic Theo van Gogh, the controversial late Dutch filmmaker, we will have taken an enormous step forward.
Brian and I were both science students. You know science sort of math and physics side, you know.
I went to a rare live Van Dyke show and met him there. And then he came to a show of mine and we spoke back stage. The third time was at Brian Wilson's birthday party.
I would have to agree, that I'm probably more intense than Brian or Kurt, competitive because, I was always like this, always being that way, always real competitive.
Listen, people like Brian Bendis did great things for comic readers, great things for comic readers.
NBC anchor Brian Williams is a standup comic in disguise.
Always looked up to Brian and his skating, I loved his skating and what he had done for the sport. And the triple axel, that was the thing, and I wanted a triple axel.
And then, looking back at my first Olympics, and when the pressure was on, in '94 and '98, and looking back and going, wow. I sensed and felt what Brian had gone through.
When Brian told me he grew up in New Mexico, I told him I thought it is cool that people from other countries play football. He corrected me on my geography and agreed to sit down with me anyway.
People never understood that there was Brian and The Boz. They were two completely different people.
With a record of 75 fights and 6 losses, some of the losses were very questionable including Brian Nielsen when we fought in Denmark. I knew I won but they didn't give me that fight.
I really liked Carrie a lot. That was one of Brian De Palma's best movies.
I talked with Brian Stokes Mitchell, who agreed with me that if you have a gift there is always stuff to do.
My mom had to beg the guys to let me play. I couldn't even play the drums right - Brian had to show me.
Brian was the oldest, I was in the middle and Carl was the baby. I was the troublemaker. Brian got great grades and Carl got the kind of grades I did. I failed everything. I was too busy fighting and running wild.