Judd Apatow feels Bill Cosby may have been superbad.
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  • Judd Apatow: And he sent me a long e-mail saying, ‘This is what your movie’s about.’
  • Judd Apatow: That’s right. That is – I wrote that joke.
  • Judd Apatow: I know I wrote that joke ‘cause I was so proud of that joke.

Sick in the Head: Conversations About Life and Comedy


Judd Apatow: It is, it is. But we all want to scream at that little boy. In life, most of us don't scream at that boy most of the time. I have said to the boy, "Watch it. Watch it. Be nice to my daughter." But I never got into the full scream, like in the movie.

Judd Apatow doesn't just make movies based on his own family, he actually uses his family in his films. That's Apatow's wife, Leslie Mann... and those are his real children Maude and Iris.


Judd Apatow: They don’t – I won’t be their worst movie.

Judd Apatow: I met him in the early ‘90s when I was working at "The Larry Sanders Show." I had dinner with him a couple times with Garry and I was just in awe to be around him because his "Saturday Night Live" movies were a really big influence on everything we did at "The Ben Stiller Show" and obviously "Defending Your Life" and "Modern Romance" and "Real Life" was the –