Doing stand-up is like running across a frozen pond with the ice breaking behind you. I love it because it's dangerous.
To the audience, it's like I'm changing the subject every five seconds, but to me, my show's almost like a 90-minute song that I know exactly. I wrote every note, and I know exactly where everything is.
I went to a restaurant that serves 'breakfast at any time'. So I ordered French Toast during the Renaissance.
I've been doing comedy longer than I haven't been doing comedy, as I was performing for three years before I even got on 'The Tonight Show.' There's truly nothing like it; it's intense and exhilarating, even though it looks so casual.