is, it's not that I wouldn't do television
again, but Friends is a tough
that ever scared me was The Exorcist. I
remember sitting in front of the television
with my mother,
curled up on the couch, watching that movie
and once that movie was over, I could not
in the bed alone; I had to sleep with my
mum after that because I was so petrified.
Even to this day, I can't watch it.
with the written
word. Then we get to TV,
originally with the idea
that it will protect the advertising
base and it then progresses
into a medium
of its own with news, programmes and ideas.
You then look at TV and you say: 'Look,
we don't want to just buy programmes from
studio, we'd better have one.'
just have to go at 100 miles an hour in
all our businesses,
be they television
broadcasting, be they magazine
publishing, be they subscription television,
be they online,
be they gaming.
We just have to go at one hundred miles
not going to run for governor
because I'm having too much fun
doing what I'm doing now. I'm the largest
builder in New
York, I'm building things all over the
country, I have one of the top shows on
It's a little hard
to leave all of that.
wanted my own TV
programme. I was going to call it Nothing
is rewarding and a lot of fun,
but it's not the most important
thing in my life
because I know
when this is all over, the Master
isn't going to ask
me how many things I owned or how many television
I did. I think the questions will be, What
did I do to make a difference?
Did I learn
to live with love in my heart?