I went and rewatched the Youtube clip, and I got the same impression that I got when I watched it the first time. I think he means that he's never been divorced. The statement is true, and when he says it he sorta motions inward towards himself. I watched it another time or two, thinking of it the other way--that he doesn't want someone who's been divorced--and I still don't think that that is what he means. I think he is just going off of his 'very single' comment--that he's VERY single, and states the divorce thing in the context that he's never gone down the path of marriage before (or likewise the divorce path before). And hearing again what he says about his openness to the possibility of marriage next, I really think in this interview, he is exclusively talking about himself.
And part of me thinks the '0 %' chance has a lot to do with all the avoidance over the last 16 years. I had AKA Superman on the other night, and for me anyway, it is hard to shake the feeling that there's more than the scenes playing out...so real--even when I tell myself that it's only acting. '0%' now could have something to do with with their history--what may have happened btw them near the end of the show? (all my opinions....they are just so cute together though
Edited by LMA (11/02/13 03:34 AM)
-"Not exactly what you had in mind, huh?"
-"Now, lets see...so far I've been given a glimpse at ritual corn worship, treated as your girlfriend, and I've insulted your parents. No, I couldn't have planned this..."
-"You're having more fun than you want to admit."
-"Sure, you had three hot dogs at the festival."
-"See, that shows how well you don't know me. I only eat like that when I am miserable..."
~Clark and Lois (who is definitely not miserable) in 'The Green, Green Glow of Home'~