1. Actors look real; credibility.
  2. Basis of comedy is credibility.
  3. Better to fail on the credibility.
  4. Completely credibility.
  5. Don't lose character in shtick. It is better to fail on the credibility.
  6. Funny is easy. You can play anything funny, resist that. Make the people creditable. Laughter is not any measure of success.
  7. Go for credibility, must believe they're real people with problems.
  8. Machine like. By choices: How is it possible? Doing it because it was written that way. End result must be credibility. Bring up doubts in character, will create more suspense. All possibilities for Mystery: What does she mean, a lot of unanswered questions.
  9. Make the people creditable.
  10. Not reality, but credibility.
  11. Play out the values. This is the legitimacy of it, this is the credibility of it. We are telling a love story.
  12. Principle is "that its got to be completely creditable" otherwise it can't work. It's not possible. What is the story?
  13. (They are freezing), how well you do that makes it creditable.
  1. Basis of comedy is credibility. People need to belong together.
  2. Be creditable. Victims; be of equal size. Don't just play the jokes.
  3. Don't do shtick. Actor have to be creditable and fit into the scene.
  4. Drama and Comedy: First credibility, even farce.
  5. Funny and creditable.
  6. Give up a laugh to be creditable.
  7. Going to be funny, you first have to be creditable .
  8. Humor in the character go for believable.
  9. Make a base of credibility, then come up with things off the wall.
  10. Principle: don't go for all laughs, only ones that are important; credibility. Don't try to make it as funny as possible.
  11. When a funny interferes with credibility, throw funny out.

"In the end, it can't look like acting."