My friends tell me that I've calmed down, that I seem more centered. I don't know, I think my inner self was more hollow before, which made me more scattered, and more needy to get laughs.
I can't stop being in parades. I just love dancing on floats that move really slowly on the city streets in the early morning.
I like light green, sometimes red is fun to look at, not a fan of yellow, unless it's in a rainbow or on a coffee mug or on a happy face.
I'd love to have a child. Either one or 40. I love kids.
I'm not trying to sound like I turned into some kind of wise man, but it's nice to realize that your little pocket of the world isn't the whole world.
It's a different thing shooting for 10 weeks in India as opposed to on a set on stage pretending you're in India.
I'm fine with the life I have.
Believe in yourself and try not to take anything personally.
I like women who are okay with who they are.
It's fun for someone to poke fun at himself.
Here in L.A., there are a lot of dead spots, and you have to drive to find energy, but all of India is so energetic.
I love traffic. It's fantastic. New York traffic is so relaxing.
I wish I was dating one of the ladies in 'Bollywood Hero.' They're gorgeous. Any of them.
I love any movie that has a retarded person working at Starbucks.
Can you know the mighty ocean? Can you lasso a star from the sky? Can you say to a rainbow... 'Hey, stop being a rainbow for a second'? No! Such is Mango!
In Hollywood, moviemaking used to be about escaping reality to go to the movies.
In Hollywood, what they last saw you in is what you are. It's hard to break away from that.
I understand what my gift is, which is making people laugh, hopefully. It's more on that level. I don't need to be a leading man, I'm fine with that.
It sounds gross to say that I like myself more. But not everyone likes themselves that much. Especially in the comedy world.
Being able to improvise is the basis for creating all characters and situations, for everything to do with performing, really. And it's good therapy as well.
With the Roxbury guys (on 'Saturday Night Live'), I think the breaking point was when Stallone came on and wanted to do the sketch just because. And we're, like, 'Well, now we've got to create a story, so, what, are we bopping our heads with Rocky? What are we doing?'
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