"I watch my son when he goes on set, and [he] watches what we do. You can't help but be interested in what everybody is doing. I don't think he has any understanding of [it]. I think he's aware that it's mommy's job.
People ask me that, about my parents, growing up. I don't ever remember a defining moment where I understood what my parents did. It was their job, like anybody. Every once in a while, he'll go, 'Oh my God, mommy, you're on TV, you're on TV!'"