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If there’s a person on this planet funnier than Louis CK, we haven’t found them.His aptitude for raunchy yet on-point observations combined with his love for making furious JO motions makes him the perfect comedian for the 21st century.I like to try to learn from them." --Think 1/16/12 "'I'm bored' is a useless thing to say. You live in a great, big, vast world that you've seen none percent of. Those World War II guys, if they had all the shit we have today, they’d be assholes too. It’s what you’re called on to do that makes you great.We haven’t been called on to do anything but buy shit and get fat. Bill Cosby, George Carlin and Richard Pryor are my favorite stand-ups.And any time I take laughs away on the show I have to replace it with something at least that high; it has to be that height. It has to be holy shit one way or the other; holy shit, that’s funny or holy shit that kind of scared me. If it’s not funny it has to be super compelling in another way.I’ve been interested in scaring people too because it’s sort of, it runs by some of the same rules as laughing. [, 2011] I can feel how an audience is reacting when I’m on a stage, but when you are on stage, your perception is distorted. It’s like pilots that fly at high Gs and they lose, sometimes, consciousness and hand/eye coordination and they just have to know that that’s going to happen.
[, 2011] The earliest stand-up comedy I was aware of was Bill Cosby …
I didn’t want one of these moments like, “Jeez, honey, I’m sorry I’m not going to see you this week or this month or whatever because I’m going to LA.” I got some offers early that go out to LA and do parts on sitcoms and I said no, because it meant going and being away for a month. He was just a hilarious speaker and that’s what he did.
[, 2011] Hair I remember the day I saw my hair was thinning. [, 2010] The Greatest Generation gets too much credit.
I watched Saturday Night Live as soon as I was aware of it, and Monty Python used to be on PBS at weird hours, so I used to try to watch that.
And I loved George Carlin on , that was the first stand-up I ever really remember seeing on TV. I guess I was in fifth or sixth grade when Steve Martin showed up, and he was instantly my idol.