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  • Oh, I'm wrecking the set.

  • That's all right.

  • Isn't worth much much, are you?

  • I'm great.

  • Congratulations.

  • You that That must be exciting.

  • You want an Emmy?

  • Last night's completely in shock, because I was is Dennis Franz, Lily Tomlin, Ed Asner, Rita Marino and I went and Louie Anderson.

  • I went I better wear something colorful, so at least I'll be in a picture or something, cause I honest to God, I didn't prepare anything.

  • I just thought Oh, there's no shot.

  • You just don't think that you don't think you're gonna beat those people.

  • No.

  • I would assume I was never gonna win anything.

  • But you run won an Emmy?

  • Yeah, years and years ago.

  • I wanted for my work on he haw, which is highly junior.

  • Yeah, we stood in the cornfield together.

  • I remember that way.

  • That's my favorite bit in the world.

  • By the way, did you celebrate?

  • What did you do last night?

  • You actually went and got the big spicy buffalo wings.

  • You know, everybody has their own way of celebrating.

  • That's what you do.

  • You just went crazy, Buffalo.

  • I laid in them.

  • I had the tub filled at the hotel.

  • Seriously a Buffalo wings and the dip was just put on me.

  • And I grab one and drag it across me in the needed.

  • It is.

  • Yeah.

  • Fantastic.

  • That sounds really fun.

  • It sounds very, very good.

  • It's just an individual thing.

  • I would think there'd be various spots on your body where that would be unpleasant.

  • Spicy buffalo wings.

  • You know what?

  • My neighbor will hold?

  • Quite a bit of dip.

  • In fact, there's still something there for later.

  • You never can have too much.

  • Nice thing, too, because you won for a show that this show is based to some extent on your childhood.

  • Yeah, I took out all the horrible stuff and just kept the humor.

  • Uh huh.

  • No, I mean, my my family was crazy.

  • My parents Will you come from a big family, don't you?

  • Yes.

  • Yes.

  • Thanks for leaving out the crazy part.

  • Well, no.

  • I come from one of six kids we grew up in a pretty but you are one of 11.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Exactly.

  • So they were like brother and sister.

  • You haven't met yet?

  • Who lived in the house with you there, Are you?

  • I saw you in the bathroom.

  • Yeah.

  • Who the hell are you?

  • Mom?

  • Uh, so.

  • But it's weird because, you know, that's a lot of people.

  • 11 is way too many.

  • And people always say where your parents catholic.

  • And I always say, No, My dad was a musician, which never gets a laugh, but it's always funny.

  • Yeah, when I say it never gets the left.

  • But, you know, growing up in that kind of family, it's just What kind of you.

  • What?

  • Your dad was a little like.

  • What kind of stuff?

  • Eccentric stuff with your dad.

  • Dad, You know, what he used to do is he was the kind of guy who hated everybody.

  • Like you see, somebody driving up, he'd be driving on the street and you'd see somebody slow the car down.

  • Go Look at that.

  • For crying out loud.

  • Get my rifle, would you?

  • And he'd write hate mail.

  • He used to write.

  • The president used to write.

  • He writes the president Hate mail on our trick was my mom would say, Are you kids mail it.

  • And of course, we weren't ever supposed to mail it.

  • You were supposed to just give it to her.

  • And one time my brother mailed it and the FBI or whoever that group is.

  • See, I I don't know.

  • Secret Service.

  • Thank you, Andy.

  • And he's been visited by very good Guinea.

  • Originally going to be in the secret as much as I was.

  • I know.

  • I'm just here to enrich your word power.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you very much.

  • So?

  • So they come to the house and we're all thinking good.

  • Take them, you know?

  • Yeah.

  • Here's the nice.

  • He was going to use your not trying to hide out.

  • We go take him, and he's going to kill a lot of other people.

  • Do.

  • Could you get him out of here by Friday?

  • Uh, so we could watch what we want on the weekends.

  • Turn gun smoke on.

  • That's a good show.

  • Oh, well, that's an idea.

  • You know, that's the kind of your parents your dad reading the T V set when I was growing up.

  • I don't know about you.

  • We weren't allowed to watch TV on a school night, which was crazy, but we would watch it anyway.

  • And then our our dad drove this beat up station wagon that made a whistling sound, and we could hear the whistling sound.

  • So we would turn off the TV and run to different rooms and pick up like books.

  • And my dad would come in and he'd feel for static electricity on the front of that.

  • He's Yeah, he's like Columbo, you know?

  • And he would feel pathetic electricity, and then we would all be busted.

  • And so would you get what kind of what?

  • What would happen like if you got busted?

  • What was your punishment?

  • They weren't good at.

  • Sometimes they would.

  • They always wanted to pretend that they were going to, like, we're gonna get the belt out.

  • And they were those people that just couldn't quite do it, so they never actually hit.

  • You know, your punishment was to continue living in the family's cause.

  • That's the worst part, isn't that?

  • Yeah.

  • And you know what?

  • The worst part is about families is when your best friend comes over and you're leaving the house and they go, Your parents are so great.

  • What are you talking?

  • You're no longer my friend.

  • But, you know, it's just, you know, families are all whacked out.

Oh, I'm wrecking the set.

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