The No. 1 question I get from everybody is, 'How did you make it?' I'm like, Don't worry about making it. There is no making it. Just be happy.
I think long-lasting, healthy relationships are more important than the idea of marriage. At the root of every successful marriage is a strong partnership.
It's important for people to realize I don't want to be the It guy. I want to crawl before I walk. I want to learn about things before I jump into them.
Here's my thought about fake breasts: If I can touch them, they're real.
I'm developing a record company. I'm learning how to supervise music on a film.
A friend of mine - a cameraman at MTV - lost a lot of weight from cycling, and I thought Id try it, too, thinking whenever you look at a cyclist they all look super-skinny, so hey, why not? But then it turned into such a psychologically satisfying thing.
MTV was such a great training for me. I did live interviews with everyone from Michael Jackson to Madonna.
I love 'Last Call.' It took me a little bit to figure out that I wasn't going to be that guy in a suit telling monologue jokes.
Do you remember when we were kids and played that game 'Telephone'? It was like that. The first time I heard about it, someone said he'd been shot 17 times.
If I could be lucky enough to just have radio as the base for the rest of my life, I could build off that. No matter how successful I become, I always look at radio as the only skill set I can really call on. I even know how to operate the boards.
I do California casual a little bit better than really small European cut, tight apparel But I can rock some Gucci when I need to. I say this as I'm wearing Adidas sweatpants and a ten-year-old Chrome Hearts T-shirt.
The plate tectonics of media have shifted where NBC had to become a new media company from an old media company.
NBC's priorities are Jimmy Fallon and Jay Leno, and then there's me.
Men often think it's the bad boys who get the hot chicks. But I'm living proof that the good guys win.
No one's on at my time but infomercials.
I don't have a sidekick - no Ed McMahon. So when I go out there, I'm lonely. It's scary.
It's hard to be a breakout show and stay on top. We're like the flagship show over here.
Carson is an old family name, though my grandma used to watch Johnny all the time and was crazy about him.
A good butcher is important to have. It's like a shrink.
You know, I'm cursed with morals. I was raised a certain way. I wish I wasn't. I wish I was raised by wolves.
It was really fun being in Tara's trailer, working on my lines. Tara is such an amazing actress. She's so good at what she does. I learned a lot from watching her.
You have to change the set, stay ahead of the curve.
The one thing I learned the most about acting is it takes a tremendous amount of courage to go there and stand still. It takes courage and guts to step out of your mind frame and depict something.
I stumbled into this format for 'Last Call with Carson Daly' that I really like, inspired by cable and Dave Attell's 'Insomniac.' I love being out on the street.
My girlfriend Siri is a food blogger, and we both love to entertain and eat. This is what happens when you're in your thirties: what was once a passion and real appetite for nightlife in New York City manifests itself into other things, like entertaining at home.
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