"If I could sit down to dinner with anyone in the world, it would be John Waters, no question. He inspires my appreciation for the controversial. Waters is a trash filmmaker with a love for the tacky, the kitschy, and he's always pushing boundaries. Cry-Baby and Pink Flamingos --- those are a couple of his films. And Hairspray. His works are social commentaries on hypocrisy. He's done a lot of satire, exposing a messed-up version of 50's suburban life. If I could ask him one question, it would be: 'What goes through your mind when you're writing these movies?'"