"Jeff, Who Lives at Home" star Jason Segel spoke to Parade about why he's OK with letting go of The Muppets, the reason he's still single and more.
On why isn't he writing the next Muppets film: "My goal wasn't to be the new head of the Muppets but to be a footnote in the legacy. I did what I set out to do, and now I'd like to pursue human-related projects. I'm a very good writer - all modesty aside - but it's not my main profession. I am happy to leave it in the hands of people who are great and competent."
Does he think there is such a thing as "The One?" "No, I don't. I think relationships are an effort and it's about timing, an actual decision, and two people deciding they will be the best person for one another."
On why he's single: "I don't want to have a girlfriend for the sake of having a girlfriend. I have no desire to pick a random girl. I want the right girl. There are plenty of opportunities, but I would rather have the right one."
Read the full interview at Parade.com.
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