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"The marriage stuff [in On her own parents divorcing when she was around 2 years old I'm sort of mystified by how little trauma I feel about it.I can't pretend that it in any way sort of shaped my own feelings about marriage, or a relationship, or what I wanted to do specifically with this show.That incident leads Frances to have this conversation. PARKER: (As Frances) When you threw my laptop out the window... I wanted to smash the cat and scalp you with one of the shards. GROSS: Well, let's take a short break here, and then we'll talk some more. And if you're just joining us, my guest is Sarah Jessica Parker.Here's Sarah Jessica Parker as Frances and Thomas Haden Church as her husband Robert. If you're just joining us, my guest is Sarah Jessica Parker, and she stars in the HBO series "Divorce," which just started its third season last night. She stars in the HBO series "Divorce," which just started its third season. And HBO was the home of her famous series, "Sex And The City." So you didn't grow up thinking that marriage is forever because your parents' marriage was kind of dissolving, you know, before you were even making memories.On how the #Me Too movement made her reassess experiences she's had with men in her career It really wasn't, I would say, until about six or eight months ago that I started recognizing countless experiences of men behaving poorly, inappropriately, and all the ways that I had made it possible to keep coming to work or to remain on set, or to simply ... To be honest, I don't know why I either wasn't courageous or more destroyed by some of the things that I was privy to, that I was on the receiving end of. GROSS: Now let's skip ahead to Monday night's episode of "Divorce." At this point, Robert is engaged to his new girlfriend. And they don't know how to be strategic, that they're - you know, the counsel that they get from friends and attorneys can be not helpful, that they - that smart, decent people become villains and behave poorly. He always turned something inside out and upside down.just push it down, push it away, find a little space for it and move on. On how she handled working with a big movie star who was behaving inappropriately I didn't feel entirely in a position — no matter what my role was on set — I didn't feel as powerful as the man who was behaving inappropriately, which ... She's pregnant, and Frances, who doesn't know about the pregnancy, has just come by to show Robert the latest co-parenting schedule for their kids. I think we wanted to explore how money affects divorce; when you don't have money, when you have debt, when there are children involved. He is a delight and a wonder and a mystery on set because you simply don't know what he's going to do. I think my parents might have - perhaps, they originally separated when I was maybe 18 months or even 2.
Season 2 is about figuring out their lives after the divorce. But the host and hostess got into a fight that ended when she tried to shoot him and, fortunately, missed. PARKER: (As Frances) I specifically remember thinking that I wanted to hit you in the face with the ceramic - you know, the Chinese ceramic cat thing with the little wavy arm. To my understanding, there wasn't an agreement that was reached that everybody sort of was bound by. And I have a stepfather who also stepped in and - so we all maintain relationships in the best way that we can, and I do so without resentment. (SOUNDBITE OF HERLIN RILEY'S "TWELVE'S IT") GROSS: This is FRESH AIR.
But I didn't feel it was necessary for me to understand what was being asked of me. I think we all love playing those characters so much, and we were consumed by work. It's been too long since you were last on our show. So what were some of the things you wanted to explore in "Divorce"? You're an executive producer of the series and the star. PARKER: Well, I wanted to - I think we all wanted to - Sharon Horgan, myself and Alison Benson, my producing partner - I think we were most interested in the smaller stories of divorce; the stories of divorce that are not accompanied by high-powered attorneys and people that have divorced countless times and have strategic plans behind it.
I was working 18-, 20-hour days for years and years, until I had a child. You initiated the idea and then brought in Sharon Horgan to kind of really create and write it. I think we wanted to tell the story - the first season - of just being completely embedded in battle and divorce; people who find that they are terrible at divorce because they've never done it before.
The 52-year-old actress appears on the latest episode of Girlboss Radio hosted by Sophia Amoruso, where she talks about her longtime marriage with Broderick.
The two have been married for 20 years and share three kids together -- son James, and twin daughters Marion Loretta and Tabitha.I mean, I had every right to say, "This is inappropriate." I could have felt safe in going to a superior. He said to them, "If this continues, I have sent her a ticket, a one-way ticket out of this city" — where I was shooting — "and she will not be returning." TERRY GROSS, HOST: This is FRESH AIR. My guest Sarah Jessica Parker stars in the HBO comedy drama series "Divorce," which started its third and final season Monday night. Her previous HBO series "Sex And The City" ended its six-year run 15 years ago. And a majority of my life, these were two separate people that I didn't have to separate from myself. Like, I knew them only as separate people, separate of one another. And we were able to maintain relationships as adults.