More From Steven Moffat
- "People don’t really have a relationship with great writing or great production or great art direction or great direction. They just sort of admire it."
- "If you take most men aside when their wives are pregnant, most men are pretty frightened and worried and faintly disgusted by the whole experience."
- "My problem is that the audience is more fiction-literate than ever. In Shakespeare’s day, you probably expected to see a play once or twice in your life; today you experience four or five different kinds of fiction every day. So staying ahead of the audience is impossible."
More In Intelligence
- "Almost all Iraqis with any previous experience in the intelligence business are Sunni Arab, increasing the risk of penetration of the new intelligence apparatus by the insurgency."― Wayne White
- "People’s intelligence tends to be in inverse proportion to their number. People don’t tend to get smarter as they get into bigger groups."― Robyn Hitchcock
- "We have actually experienced in recent months a dramatic demonstration of an unprecedented intelligence failure, perhaps the most significant intelligence failure in the history of the United States."― Zbigniew Brzezinski