I’m not like a performer type.
I’m not really a music guy.
Once you get offstage you’re just like everyone else, and everyone else can get into a fight.
I like doing stand-up and I love putting out TV specials.
I like writing a joke, and I like when a joke works, and I like other comics who tell jokes.
I feel like soundtrack music is almost like seeing the movie again, but with my ears.
I never wanted to be famous.
My day jobs… I knew I was bad at those, so I didn’t really have the confidence to think that I could do comedy. But I knew I hated the day jobs.
Sometimes it’s hard to tell if a joke is working or not for the first couple of minutes.
For a long time the people at my shows were sort of the Pantera-tattoo trucker guys, really cool dudes, but I don’t know what happened to them. That’s the crowd that I like, the ones that don’t get so offended just to be offended.
I keep getting these people at my shows who only know me from television. I can always tell when they’re, like, emotionally flinching when I start doing my jokes.
I’m a stand-up comic. Anything else I do besides that is a plus, but stand-up comedy is what I do, it’s what I’ve been doing and it’s what I’m going to keep doing.
Being on the road is kind of lonely.
I have no grand scheme.
I have soundtracks for a lot of stuff.