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“She was always cursing: ‘I don’t even know who the fuck I’m looking at!
’ ” Eventually, Paulson began slyly pointing to either her real head or the prosthetic one to let Lange know where to look while delivering her lines.
A friend of the fan had asked Paulson to write the text on a piece of paper, then passed it along to use as the tattoo’s template.
“I wrote it in the quickest chicken scratch out of a car window,” marvels Paulson, “and there it was scrawled on this woman’s body forever.” She takes a sip of wine. And so cool.” *This article appears in the October 20, 2014 issue of New York Magazine.
“Guys don’t ask me out because they think I like women,” says Paulson, whose last relationship was with the actress Cherry Jones.
(Prior to that, she had only dated men.) Women, she surmises, “don’t ask me out because they don’t know what I am.
“They have two heads and two brains in one body, but, of course, I only have one of each,” explains the actress, 39, over a boozy dinner in New Orleans, where the show is currently shooting.
“So I was doing my part as Bette”—here Paulson begins buttering a roll with her left hand—“but as Dot I’m writing with my dominant side” — she pantomimes the movement with the fork in her right — “and my voice kept wanting to come out as Dot. Before I knew it, I was crying on set.” Ryan Murphy, the show’s co-creator, stopped shooting to take Paulson for a reassuring walk.
It read I'M TOUGH BUT I'M NO COOKIE, a line of hers from the show.
AHS’s creepy milieu was easier for everyone to get a bead on.