Jean Claude Van Damme Likes Structure And Not Taking His Brain Medicine

In an interview with Newsweek to publicize his new movie, Being Jean Claude Van Damme, JCVD seemed to have a really difficult time answering the actual questions, but had no trouble saying amazing things:

Newsweek: There’s a monologue in the film about being a washed-up action star. Did you improvise that?
Jean Claude Van Damme: I like structure–like driving: go past the school on the street, stay on the right side, no hitting the car, go in right, you’ll see a big church, stop and take a left, and you’ll have it. By doing this I’m giving a structure of life, a path of light, and showing what happens between me and me, which is something very beautiful.

You know, structure, like no hitting the car. You’ll see a big church, stop and take a left, because A PATH OF LIGHT. I have a feeling that at some point in the very near future, Jean Claude Van Damme is going to find himself standing at one end of a darkened parking structure, and at the other end will be Gary Busey. And they will both momentarily lower their swords as a sign of respect before the battle. Because THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE.