"The only person who had any control was Jonathan Harris. His character was so flamboyant that he was able to make things happen. My character was fairly one-dimensional, so I had my relationship with Dr. Smith and with the family."
"I did frequently refer to my war record in World War II, but not in any flamboyant way."
"Art school had taught me it was far better to be a flamboyant failure than any kind of benign success."
"I'm a flamboyant type of guy, a cooler version of Liberace."