After showing off his pink houses to Ann Curry, Brad Pitt sat down with Larry King to talk more about his Make It Right program. On tonight's episode, Brad describes the foundation and talks about how he's applying the same eco-friendly program in his own home(s). To check out what those houses look like under those pink tents, click here. As for Larry King, of course he couldn't help throwing in a few questions about Angelina and the kids — who, by the way, are planning on staying in New Orleans through Christmas. When asked about how Brad felt about the "hardest job in the world" (fatherhood), he said:
"The hardest job in the world. The most rewarding job in the world. There's something to — with the long days in here, we're out here as soon as the sun comes out and to come home and have dinner with your kids and have to discipline one of them who is out of line and still have the energy for that is — I can't explain the fulfillment of that but it is everything."
To see more of what Brad had to say about the kids and his relationship with Angie, just
- On his kids: "They're as much my blood as I am theirs. And they are brothers and sisters. And I look at this. One of them came from Ethiopia, and one from Vietnam, one from Cambodia, and one was born in Namibia. And they are . . . they are brothers and sisters. And they have fun, and they squabble and they fight, just like any other family."
- On getting emotionally involved and working with Angelina:
"That came after. But she is a woman of strong opinion and very specific beliefs and a great voice, I respect it, great intelligence."
- On whether or not he and Angelina fight often:
"No, not really. Challenge each other a lot. Have good fun with that. "