Anyone that’s been on a film set (or any work environment for that matter) knows that, at times, emotions get the best of us. Heck, sometimes we get downright mad. Who among us hasn’t called a co-worker a jerk, a “meanie”, an Oedipus with more follow-through, or a c-word that rhymes with beloved Candid Camera host Allen Funt? Dear reader, I beg you, before you judge David O. Russell and Lily Tomlin, seen here in outtakes from Russell’s film “I Heart Huckabee’s”, for their drunken sailor’s mouths and violent tempers, remember that this happens on most film sets. It’s just lucky for cinematic history (and children’s ears) that the behind-the-scenes footage from revered classics like “The Wizard of Oz” and “Old Yeller” burned in a suspicious fire some years ago.