A joke's a joke; you can either take it, or you can't.
I do standup every week in L.A. at the Laugh Factory and the Improv.
I don't watch 'American Idol' - that'd be like getting divorced from somebody and then hanging out with them.
I wanted to be a performer, not someone who introduced other performers.
It's almost like a self-fulfilling prophecy: the great comedy that comes from great pain.