Yeah, yeah, I'm working on a post-preview screening post, but in the mean time, There's this crackup exchange from the courtroom where Woody Allen gave testimony in his lawsuit against his one-time producers and friends (as excerpted in the NY Times):
[Woody Allen] would have answered them at considerably greater length had Justice Gammerman not frequently, if good-naturedly, cut him off.
When Ms. Weiss asked Mr. Allen if he was now working on a movie, he replied, "Yes, and that's why I haven't been able to be here all the time, because óó"
" `Yes' is the answer," Judge Gammerman said.
Mr. Allen continued. "Because I have a film crew out now, shooting on the streets of New York, and I'm trying to óó"
"Stop talking," the judge said.
"Stop talking?" Mr. Allen asked, somewhat incredulous.
"Yes," Judge Gammerman said. "I'm the director here."
A few minutes later, Ms. Weiss asked Mr. Allen whether he considered his longtime business manager, Stephen Tenenbaum, a close friend.
"Yes," Mr. Allen said, "he's a trusted friend who óó"
" `Yes' is the answer," Judge Gammerman said again.
"She could ask you the questions!" Mr. Allen said to the judge.
"If I know the answer," the judge said, "I'll answer them."