Katie Couric: He’s had a series of leading ladies in his life. Which begs the question: Why have you never gotten married?
Al Pacino: [surprised laughter]
Katie Couric: Whoa
Al Pacino: I dream about that questions, that somebody’s gonna ask me that question on national television, and I’m going to say, I dunno. I’m also going to say, well, maybe I will one day. Or … I’m a little young for marriage.
Katie Couric: You have 9 year old twins.
Al Pacino: I can tell you I should have.
Katie Couric: What? Gotten married?
Al Pacino: A couple of times.
Katie Couric: Who?
Al Pacino: Ah, I can’t say, but I made a mistake not to. If that means anything. What I’m saying is, there’s still hope.
It seems like Al Pacino was the one who got away.
He was very appealing and the thing is, we kept running into each other because of work. Work brings people together; it’s very helpful. … Maybe I need another job to find another unobtainable great.
From Diane Keaton’s biography, Then Again
I demand those boys to play brothers! It will be outstanding!
I know I should be writing notes for our Insurance class tomorrow. I know I should shut down this laptop and start studying.
I’m feeling too lazy, yet again, to do what I should be doing.
Oh, what the hell, I’ll just do them in the morning.