Hairdressers and their clients:
Charles Stinson (Charles I) on Ted Koppel: "In the beginning, when Ted just came in to me, I cut his hair real short and ABC went crazy. He didn't care."
Michael Steinhauser (Norbert) on Peter Biskind of the American Film Institute: "He has curly hair. Every time I do his hair, I have to do it again because he thinks it's too long. One time, I did it too short and he didn't like it. He didn't come to me for four months."
Stanley Morris (Elizabeth Arden) on Joe Theismann: "He comes every three weeks, very late in the evening or very early in the morning," so as not to embarrass the women. "When he does come into the salon, the women just swoon over him."
Frank Lantella (Valentino Men's Hairstyling) on Maury Povich: "He knows what he wants, but he's not particular. One time, he didn't have time to come in. He was at a country club. Boy, he got scalped. His friend made fun of him. He said, 'That learns you.' He's always in a hurry. 'Let me go. Let me go. I have to go back to work.' "