David Arquette gave his first post-rehab interview to Oprah, and it turns out he was a beer-swilling smoking baby. Arquette describes the scene of his intervention ("I go, what up, turkeys?") and says he had his first drink at the age of four, began "seriously drinking" at 12, and stole pot from his father at the age of 8.

I'm guessing he's trying to convey a message about his childhood in general (sister Patricia also does an interview and details "terrible physical abuse") but still: Does your first childhood mouthful of booze count? It is formative, perhaps, but I've always thought boozing was like kissing: The stuff you did before puberty gets erased, and you start over with a clean slate once you're old enough to actually like it. [The Oprah Show via E!]