No, they're nice guys. They wear girdles, but they're nice guys.
I don't love comedy but I can watch someone who's kind of interesting forever. I think a waitress who's having a bad day is a lot more fun than Robin Williams doing forty minutes of material.
Cancer Boy probably has the saddest, noblest, sweetest heart of any character I've ever done.
Yeah, we're sweet but savage, and I think a lot of Canadians are that way.
I think you can see that in the show. Music was my touchstone. Music is still much more important to me.
Is it spoken word? Kinda, but that's a weird area. Is it comedy? Well, it's funny but no, it's not comedy.
I got involved in improv comedy. It settled me down when I was getting wild. I was sort of an evil teenager smashing up my cars and drinking and driving, let's just say, a lot.
But after this last year and dealing with the studio, the rest of us are closer than we've ever been.
I think you're the grumpy Kid in the Hall, I'm the nice Kid in the Hall.
However, we couldn't focus on the films much during the series because we're dumb. Individually we're smart guys, but together we're one big dumb guy, and couldn't concentrate on two things at once.
We see less of Dave, certainly, and he's kind of fallen out of the sphere of our group, mostly because he's working on his show, and has kind of lost the fun of the party.
I like to do little obsessed losers, or people who are in over their head, or people who are trying to figure stuff out, or guys whose girlfriends leave them and they don't quite get it. Guys who just don't quite get it.
I would rather be a security guard than a rock star.
I think that's why I like baseball. There's something great about it - you're young, the pitcher's young and he's got this great arm, and he doesn't really realize anything about strategy.
I don't really like comedy.
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