For the most part, people don't know who I am.
Changing the world, one exclamation point at a time.
I'm sort of known in the comedy community as 'Smooth Sailing,' just 'cause everything always goes great. I've always had success at every turn.
For me, it feels like my ideas are more specific to random thoughts or single ideas I might have, as opposed to being influenced by a general perception of absurdity.
What one person might see as violent, someone else may see as beautiful. Maybe even art.
I didn't necessarily set out to think of a show to make fun of reality shows.
I suppose we all have a lil' inner or outer a-hole inside of us, just waiting for the right opportunity to rear their own beautiful buttholes.
There were plenty of times some writers would make some kind of stupid joke to each other and then it was on TV that night or that week.
Ground the main character in stupidity. Hire a good cast and a good crew.
I don't mind not having recognition. If it happens, fine, but it doesn't bother me that it's not there.
If you're a stand-up, you're more or less yourself.
If you're doing stand-up, there is no fourth wall; you're engaging an audience.
It's always been about when I do theater, the audience is just a viewer, not taking part in what's onstage. Whereas if you're doing stand-up, it's inclusive.
I always feel like I'm forgetting things.
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