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  • -Thank you for being here, buddy.

  • -Thanks, sonny. -You're looking good, man.

  • You got a little summer tan there.

  • -Yeah, I was in Miami, livin' it up.

  • -Yeah.

  • -A little thing called a tan, pale-face.

  • Jealous? -I'm not jealous at all.

  • What are you talking about? I heard this. Is this true?

  • I know you've been doing stand-up for probably 16 years.

  • -Yeah, and I love it.

  • -And I heard this is -- I'm gonna read this here.

  • It says here you're doing a sold-out show at Yankee Stadium.

  • -Yes. -Wow. I mean, that --

  • -I'm very proud of that. -Is that right? Yankee Stadium?

  • Is that -- Wow. -Yes.

  • -Is that right? -Mm-hmm.

  • -Wow. -I'm very, very proud of it.

  • -You're very proud of that. Wow. Oh, my gosh.

  • And you're gonna be there, at Yankee Stadium,

  • doing stand-up comedy?

  • Jon.

  • -All right, I'm lying. -Yeah, that's right.

  • -But it sounds good. Stand-up's hard, though.

  • You got to watch everything you say.

  • Like, did you hear at Berkeley? You know, politically correct.

  • You can't say -- the plate in the street -- manhole.

  • Can't say that. It's a maintenance hole.

  • Can't say brother or sister. It's sibling.

  • Can't -- Sorry.

  • Your couch is itching my maintenance hole.

  • -Hey, Jon...

  • I'm happy to have you here, because -- You know why.

  • You have a thing that I'm very interested in.

  • You have a thing called -- I love impressions.

  • And you have a thing called...

  • -I just know you so well. It's ridiculous.

  • -I know. It's ridiculous, right?

  • -Hey, you were always -- You were so --

  • By the way, before I get into this,

  • because I just want to say thank you because you've always been

  • so great to me and always so nice to me.

  • You remember when I first met you, with Brian Hooks --

  • -At Dodger Stadium.

  • He goes, "Can you meet my friend, Jimmy Fallon?

  • He just got 'Saturday Night Live.'"

  • I said, "Sure. What's his name?" "Jimmy."

  • -Yeah.

  • -And I said -- No, do what you did.

  • "Hi, Jimmy. Nice to meet you." Go ahead. Do what you did.

  • -I don't do that anymore. -"I'm Jon Lovitz."

  • What'd you do?

  • Yeah. -I was in awe. I love you, man.

  • You're my favorite -- But I love you.

  • You're one of the funniest people I have ever --

  • -Being here again means more to me than I can express.

  • I really appreciate it. -Really?

  • -Yes. -Thank you.

  • -Yes.

  • Now I'm not lying.

  • -How do you know if you're lying or not?

  • But you do something that I'm very interested in.

  • You do impressions. -Yeah.

  • -And this is -- It's called layered impressions.

  • -Yeah. Like, Dana Carvey's great.

  • He does impressions.

  • He goes, "I abstract the person to the point of ridiculousness

  • and make it funny."

  • And then, so, I'm like, "I can't do that,

  • but I can do what's called layered impressions."

  • So, like, this is my impression.

  • This is Michael Caine imitating Paul McCartney imitating me.

  • -Michael Caine imitating Paul McCartney imitating you,

  • Jon Lovitz.

  • -Right. -Here we go.

  • -Hello. I'm Jon Lovitz.

  • [ Applause ]

  • Michael Caine is not very good at impressions.

  • All right. This is my impression.

  • This Bob Dylan imitating Paul McCartney imitating me.

  • Ready?

  • "Hey...I'm Jon Lovitz."

  • -Wow. See?

  • That was -- that was actually -- -Bob's good.

  • -Bob is actually good at impressions.

  • I did not know that. -Yes.

  • Now, this is not a layered impression.

  • This is my impression of my sex life.

  • -All right, all right. Good. Very good.

  • Now, Jon --

  • [ Applause ]

  • -Well, they're laughing.

  • -I met your dog backstage, by the way.

  • What a cute dog. -Oh, my dog.

  • Yeah, I love him.

  • His name is Jerry Bruckheimer III.

  • -You named him after Jerry Bruckheimer,

  • the famous movie --

  • -The film producer.

  • Yeah. Well, I'm very good friends with him.

  • I like to name my animals after my friends.

  • I did that with cats, Jerry and Linda Bruckheimer,

  • but Linda was -- The cat was nuts.

  • I had to get rid of her.

  • And then my cat Jerry passed away.

  • It was very sad.

  • And then I was in a rescue pet store and I saw this dog, Jerry,

  • and he was so great.

  • But you got to get one. He rescued me.

  • I mean, they're unbelievable.

  • But I actually have a cat named Jimmy Fallon.

  • And it's crazy. People call me on the phone.

  • I go, "Yeah, how is it going?

  • You want to go -- Oh!

  • Jimmy Fallon just took a big crap in the litter box.

  • He didn't even bother to cover it up."

  • -Come on. -You want to see the dog?

  • He's here. He's very cute. [ Cheers and applause ]

  • Well, bring him out. -Can we bring him out?

  • Can we bring the dog out? -Whose show is this?

  • ♪♪

  • There he is. -Hi. Hey, bud.

  • -Hello, Jerry. Come on. [ Cheers and applause ]

  • -Talented. -Come here.

  • -No. Aww.

  • Jon, that's very -- Aww! No, no.

  • This is -- Oh, come on. Aww, what a good -- Yeah.

  • Give me a big hug.

  • Does he do -- Do you want to put him on his leash there, Jon?

  • -No. Jer-- Oh, I guess -- Where are you going?

  • -Does he do tricks or anything?

  • -Yeah, he does everything I say. Watch. Walk over there.

  • Come back. Come up here. Now sit in the corner.

  • Turn around, circle, and sit.

  • Lick your nose.

  • -Wow. -I can train anybody.

  • -That's a really talented dog. -I can train you. Watch.

  • Laugh. Laugh more. Tilt your head.

  • Breathe in. Put your hands on your face.

  • Lean back.

  • Hands on the desk. Say "all right."

  • -All right. All right. -Go to the next segment.

  • -Let's go to the next segment.

  • Let's talk about "Funny You Should Ask."

  • -It's a game show I do.

  • Byron Allen, who's a stand-up and --

  • He's, you know, a mogul now. He created the show.

  • You can win money, contestants, but it's really

  • six comedians just cracking jokes for 23 minutes.

  • Which is a good thing. Everybody laughs.

  • There's a lot of great comics on it.

  • -Absolutely. -I love doing it. It's fun.

  • -Especially now. You just need good laugh.

  • -Exactly. -I want to show a clip here.

  • -Especially now.

  • -The great Jon Lovitz on "Funny You Should Ask."

  • Take a look at this.

  • -Sexsomnia is a condition in which

  • a person engages in sexual acts while still asleep.

  • -Sounds like someone has a great lawyer.

  • -14 is the average number of times

  • each person passes gas daily.

  • -[ Grunts ] 15.

  • -In Elizabethan England, the word "nothing"

  • was slang for a woman's private parts.

  • -Well, good, because when I take a woman to dinner,

  • I expect nothing in return.

  • -Jon Lovitz, everybody! -Thank you.

-Thank you for being here, buddy.

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Jon Lovitz Shows Off His Layered Impressions and Adorable Rescue Dog

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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