We want to be funny. We want to make people laugh. We`ll do whatever it takes.
When I think about it, I mean really, I`m 47, I should be embarrassed by this. A grown man, barefoot, walking on mousetraps, just to get an audience to laugh. It`s sad in a way.
When I`m on stage, it`s a little world I`ve created where I`m sort of the thing, so I have total control over everything that happens. When we`re improvising, I`m with someone I totally trust. I know things are going to work out. I don`t have those guarantees in life. ... There are no consequences on stage,
Brad and I are both stage hogs; we like to be on stage a lot.
Last time I saw him he tried to murder me. But when you`re trying to kill someone by chopping their head off, rolling them up in a carpet and lighting it on fire, you better make sure they`re dead!
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Judy Garland would gain and lose a lot of weight, and because of that, she ended up having no derriere, so she had to have a prosthetic one to give her shape in some of her evening gowns. Because we`re working on a Canadian show and they`re very cheap, they wanted to take my wife`s prosthetic (butt) away. That was the whole pilot. The great thing about a Canadian show is we have a little more freedom, I think.
I think the challenge is going out in front of a paying audience with absolutely nothing and trying to entertain them for two hours, ... Thankfully, I only think about that right before we go on, and then once we`re out there, everything`s fine.