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“As you grow older, you revert to type, and not in a bad way,” she says. “You just realize more and more how your background is something you’re heading toward and how it’s shaped you to some degree.”

Does this mean she’s about to hippie out? “I have some ideals of hippie-dom, but it’s not a flower-power thing,” she says. “I’m actually the Alex P. Keaton of my family, and I’m getting fairly close to becoming a Republican.”

Contemplating her next project, Saroyan imagines herself writing for a TV series, another true sign that she might have left her New York media-girl self behind for good.

“On TV, you can be a journalist and impact the culture by telling stories, not necessarily by covering things,” she says. “If you wanted to know what it was like to be a man at the end of the 20th century, ‘The Sopranos’ is as good as — or, frankly, better than — looking at GQ.”
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