"Well, I'm not a clinician but, for what I do know of psychology, I would say that he was bipolar. But what do I know? He was an artist. He was not a kindergarten teacher; he was a complex guy who had a million universes inside him. And, like all artists, he struggled to get it out. We all had to work on that together. And it was tough. It's hard. I think he subscribed to that kind of thinking – I know I did for a very long time."
Taps, lights out, 2200 hours. What's missing? Give up? Television.