Clifford, and his daughter Elaine.
“When I was young, there was little bit of difference in the value of money. And when I was young, one dollar was quite a bit of money.
I started working hard for ten cents an hour and now people are working for thirty dollars an hour. Something like that is quite a difference in change.
My wife passed away three years ago and she was a hundred and four. When she was born, car tires were invented and at a hundred at four, people are going to the moon.”
"I relate to [Dany] more and more, oddly enough. Every season I find more depth to her as a character and, within that, finding more depth in myself. She’s definitely grown and continues to grow from a girl into a woman, and me too, so we’re in it together."