Chloe Sevigny doesn’t want everyone to think she’s Heigl-ing HBO and the producers of Big Love, so she’s apologizing for saying the show’s fourth season was like something that came out of Telemundo’s ass.
Basically, Chloe said in an interview the fourth season was “terrible” and way too “over the top.” Chloe tells EW’s Michael Ausiello that she was exhausted during the interview and hasn’t been the same since she ate Vincent Gallo’s nut butter. Etc. Etc. This is what Chloe said:
“I feel like what I said was taken out of context, and the [reporter] I was speaking to was provoking me. I was in Austin [at the SXSW festival] and really exhausted and doing a press junket and I think I just… I wasn’t thinking about what I was saying. You know, after a day of junkets sometimes things slip out that you don’t mean, and I obviously didn’t mean what I said in any way, shape, or form. I love being on the show. I have nothing but respect and admiration for our writers and everybody involved with the show. It’s been the greatest opportunity of my lifetime so far — the best role I’ve ever played, the best part I’ve ever had the opportunity to portray. So I love the show. I think it’s the greatest show on television. I think it’s the weirdest show. I think it is very complex and the content is amazing and it’s just very ironic that this statement would come out and blow so out of control. Because I feel absolutely the opposite. It is difficult being on a show for several seasons and having no control and having things go in different directions where you didn’t think they would go. But that’s also the most exciting part [because] they keep the character really fresh and there’s new scenarios that they come up with.
Maybe it did come out too harsh. I especially think the third season was so strong, and obviously we only had nine episodes so we couldn’t really explore as much this season, so maybe that was part of it. And I really haven’t seen the whole season because I don’t have a television. I’ve only seen about half of it, so I couldn’t even really comment having not been able to see it all the way through.”
Chloe went on to say that she personally apologized to the writers, creators and her fellow castmates. They accepted her apology, but Chloe shouldn’t be surprised if next season her character gets Elephantitis of the mouth and comes down with a permanent case of violent diarrhea.
The most interesting part of her apology is that she actually admits to not having a television. WHO DOESN’T HAVE A TV BY CHOICE?! How does she fall asleep at night? What does she focus on when she’s sucking dick (ear to belly)? How is she going to find out what happens on Lost?! Without Sandra Lee in her life, where does she learn how to make a cocktail out of an old bag of frozen peaches and Windex? Seriously, this is the weirdest thing I’ve ever heard. Girl needs therapy.