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"I certainly don't see myself as being difficult," she said. "If I have ever disappointed anybody, it wasn't intentional."
As for her decision to return to television after a string of mediocre romantic comedies, Heigl said that even though she loves both starring in and watching films like
Working on "State of Affairs," which was pitched to Heigl and her mother and fellow executive producer Nancy Heigl by former CIA briefer Rodney Faraon, has given her an opportunity "to show a different side of myself as an actor and performer and storyteller."
Heigl was also asked about the role her mother plays as an executive producer, to which she replied, "She bakes us cookies and pours us milk."