People laugh to forget their troubles, and to forget their troubles they like to look at people who aren't doing better than they are.
Some people don't like competition because it makes them work harder, better.
As far as your personal goals are and what you actually want to do with your life, it should never have to do with the government. You should never depend on the government for your retirement, your financial security, for anything.
I wanted to do a show based on what my life would be like if I had never become a comedian.
I'm not against ratings per se. I think more information is always good. But I certainly don't think the government has to step in and set guidelines for how shows should be rated.
When the show's in production, we work for three weeks at a time and then take a week off.
What also helps our show is that we never take ourselves seriously.
The first Monopoly game I played with my brothers, I hated losing so much, I just had to beat them.
Everybody in Hollywood loves symbolic gestures.
Nothing's funny about someone who's successful.
Like I said, all comedy is based on exaggeration, big or small, whatever you can get away with.
Vegas is everything that's right with America. You can do whatever you want, 24 hours a day. They've effectively legalized everything there.
When I did Comic Relief, I did it to be on the show; it's a badge of honor as a comedian to do that show.
Liquor prohibition led to the rise of organized crime in America, and drug prohibition has led to the rise of the gang problems we have now.