I lived in New York for 10 years, I loved it, I never second-guessed it. There were definitely times when I thought, I will never leave this place. And I kind of got into that center-of-the-universe mindset. - Ed Helms

I lived in New York for 10 years, I loved it, I never second-guessed it. There were definitely times when I thought, "I will never leave this place." And I kind of got into that center-of-the-universe mindset.

by Ed Helms

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