Lee, Shlesinger, Ybarra, Keane, Friesen, Cobb, D'Elia

  • 10/23/2009

I masturbate a lot.

Yeah.

And I'm getting lazy.

When I finish,I don't clean up with a towel.

I'll let it dry and flake away.

(laughter and groaning)

Reminds me of Christmas.

(laughter)

I like this side of the room.Nothing? Really?

Come on, black people.We get along.

I saw Rush Hour.

(laughterand scattered applause)

Yeah, clap.

(applause)

It's all right.

(applause)

People can be racist.They don't mean to be.

I had a photo shoot.

Magazine.

Photographer was white.

He kept saying, "Bobby,

can we get more expressionin your eyes?"

I'm, like, "What the hell?!"

(laughter)

"There's only two things I do--open and close.

"This is happy, sad, angry,all that stuff.

Take the picturebefore I close them."

(laughter)

Thank you very much.

(laughter)

My dad's Korean.

Korean dads are the worst.

They're so honest.

There's no filter.

Whatever pops in their brain,they say.

It's, like, "Good morning, Dad."

"You look ugly today.

"You don't look good.

"Are you dying?

You look like crap!"

I would bring girls overin high school.

He would tell them storiesabout me, secrets.

Like dark stuff.

"Hey, Dad, this is Stephanie."

"When Bobby was a little kid,

"he ate a dog poopin the front lawn.

"I said, 'Don't eat that.'

He said,'I only had one piece.'"

(laughter)

"Have fun on your date!"

"Thanks, you (bleep)."

He still does it today.

"Hey, Dad, this is Cindy."

"When we lived in Minnesota,

"Bobby was molestedby a retarded guy.

"I thought, how'd he getmolested by a retard?

"I don't know.

"Maybe Bobby's retarded, too.

He has a big head for his body,you know."

He grew upduring the Korean War, yeah.

I grew up in San Diego.

So he beats mein every argument.

When I was a little kid,I'd come home, be, like,

"Dad, my friend Billy--he just fell off his skateboard.

"He broke his ankle.

Now he can't skateboardanymore."

My dad would be, like,"Oh, yeah?

"Ooh!

"Big deal!

"My friend Han Lee,

"during the Korean War--

"his head blew up!

Now he can't comb his hair."

(laughter)

We didn't have a Christmas treegrowing up.

When I was 12 years old,I asked my dad

for a Christmas tree.

This is what my dad said.

"Bobby, look outside."

I'm, like, "All right."

"What do you see?"

"A bunch of trees."

"Merry Christmas!"

(laughter)

Thank you.

My dad's been here for 40 years.

He knows six words in English.

I got sober six years ago.

Please clap. Please.You can clap for that.

You clap for that.(applause and cheering)

I'm not afraid!

My turn. Stop!

My dad triedto help me get sober, man.

I didn't knowwhat he was talking about.

He goes,"You have to stop drinking."

I go, "What do I do, Dad?"

He goes, "Aah."

That's all he said.

I'm, like,"What did you say, Dad?"

"Aah."

"See, I don't knowwhat you mean."

"You know, they have group,they have meeting."

"You're trying to say A.A.?"

He goes, "Yeah, aah."

(laughter)

"Dad, if your car breaks down,who do you call?"

He goes, "Aaaah."

Thank you very much, everybody.

It's what I do.

And I know, okay,

fingers crossed, that one nightI'm going to go out sober,

and I'm going to seethat one girl that's drunk

and picking fightswith her boyfriend,

and she's going to happento be dating that one guy

that has no problem with hittingan annoying girl in the face.

All right. I fantasizeabout seeing this.

She's going to be likefive-two, right.

Just scrappy.

Just in his face for no--

"I'm an independent woman.What?

"You want to hit. I'm not afraidof you, do it.

"Do it. Do it.I'm not afraid of you.

"Do it. You want to hit me?Do it. Hit...

Oh, my God."

(laughter)

(applause, cheering)

"Why did you hit me?"

There's a lot of reasonsnot to go out drinking

and-and getting all crazy.

You know what? It's noteven so much drinking.

It's drinking in excess

that will land you in a heapof trouble, okay?

Drinking is one thing.

When you drink too much--

when you've like five or sixtoo many gin and tonics,

that's when you gotabout a 30% success rate

in terms of your eveningnot ending up

with crying, eating,mouth-kissing, texting,

or a combination of the four.

Okay?

'Cause here's what inevitablywill happen.

You will do something stupid.

And by the way, for girls,

we have a hairpin triggerkind of crazy.

Our night can be going fine.

The littlest thing happensand all the sudden,

"I'm so mad,I don't even know why.

I'm just pissed. (bleep)!"

Right? It can be yourex-boyfriend text you,

a sad song comes on the radio,

(bleep) wind blowsthe wrong direction.

Then it's over.

And what happens is,you do something crazy

and then your friends arethe only ones sober enough

to regale others withthe tale of the stupid

crap you did the night before.

And it's alwaysthe same template.

It's always, "Did you hear aboutwhat happened last night?

"Oh, my God, we were drinking,hanging out, having fun,

"then something happened.

Night went downhill."

It's never, "Oh, my God,we were drinking,

"hanging out, having fun,something happened.

"Wow, that night got awesome.

We all went to go seeBeyoncé for free."

(laughter)No, it's...

"We were drinking,hanging out, having fun,

"Mike asked if he could changethe radio station in the car...

(laughter, applause)

"...that's when Iliza starteddrunkenly text messaging

"all of her guy friends.

"When none of them wantedto make out with her,

"she got drunk in line atMcDonald's drive-through,

"took that burger home, ate itwhile crying and masturbating,

"watching rerunsof Will & Grace.

Something happened."

Something happened.

(applause)

Another reasonthat I don't drink

is because I like to dosomething in particular

when I'm drunk.

Like every

red-blooded American girlin here.

When I get drunk,

I like to dance.

We all like to dance. Right?

(women cheering)Yeah.

"Yeah."

Doesn't matterthat you are drunk,

and you look likeyou're having a mild stroke.

'Cause in your mind, you've gotfive backup dancers behind you.

(laughter, cheering)

We're all doingthe choreography.

Have you seen that Beyoncévideo, the black-and-white one?

It's her and three other girls,and they're in leotards.

And it's a very cute...

(humming)

If you haven't seen itdon't download it.

(laughter)Just watch me.

She and I are often confusedfor one another.

It's a very cute video, right?

I don't what this is--like, the Lindy Hop.

I don't know what bunny rabbitmove this is.

Super G-rated.

Halfway through the video,

she busts out--

I don't what dayshift hookergave her this move.

She busts out the most sexuallyinappropriate move.

She's doing this and all of asudden, she just does this...

(laughter)

I thought that was so cute,Beyoncé,

until you decided to drillfor oil with your cervix.

What is that?!

Thanks to her,girls are copying it.

Thanks to her, every drunk girlin a club is doing this move.

When she does it, it's okay.

It's Beyoncé. It's sexy.It's Hollywood.

I do it, it looks like

some kind of aggressivelesbian mating call.

(laughter, applause)

No one wants to put a ringon that.

and I spent a lot of time

in my hotel room watching TV.

I get very investedin my programs,

and this year, I got really intothe Discovery Channel.

Specifically Shark Week.

Anybody here watch Shark Week?

(cheering)Yes!

I love that show.

They're, like, "Welcome

"to the 20th anniversaryof Shark Week."

"Today we're goingto be telling you

the best wayto fight off a shark."

"I'm sorry.

"You've been doing this showfor 20 years?

You are just today?" Right?

"That should have beennumber one on your agenda.

"Episode one, day oneof Shark Week--

how to get awayfrom a (bleep) shark."

They wanted to know...

The best wayto fight off a shark was

to punch him in the shark face.

All right, folks,

I'm not a scientist,like, per se.

(laughter)

But I'm pretty sure any timeyou punch under water...

(laughter)

(laughter)

This is your last lineof defense against a shark

with, like... a 3,000-pound neckwith teeth.

You're pretty much screwed.

You're just messingwith the shark at that point,

and that's whatthey should call the show--

Messing With Sharks Week.

These are not legitimateexperiments, all right?

These scientists are stoned,drunk, I don't know.

The director walks up.He's, like, "Wake up.

We have a show to do."

The scientist is, like,"Oh, crap, a show.

"Okay, uh... experiments, okay.

"Today on Shark Week,we're gonna take a mannequin,

"wrap it in bacon...

(laughter)

"...throw it in water,see what the shark does,

"and then, regardless,

"think we can agree, we're gonnapunch him in the shark nose.

Yeah? Good? All right."

Here's the thing.

Shark's coming toward me,I'm going away from it.

End of story.And that's a shame,

because you don't give himthe benefit of the doubt.

You don't know what he wants.

He could want a hug.You don't know.

(laughter)

He could need shark directions.

You don't know what he wants.

They're not good at conveyingtheir emotions facially.

A shark is very limited in theirrange of facial expression.

A shark pretty much has oneexpression his whole life,

and this is it.

(laughter, scattered applause)

Kind of looks likeMichael Phelps--

beady eyes, jagged teeth,

amazing swimmer.

(laughter, scattered applause)

MadTV, yeah.People recognize me.

Yeah. People recognize me.

(cheering)

But everybody thinksI'm somebody else.

I always get, "Hey, man, Heroes, right?"

"Heroes. What the...?"

(laughter)

"Hey, dude, Grey's Anatomy."

"That's a chick. What?"

(laughter)

"Hey, dude, Virginia Tech."

"That guy killed himself."

(laughter)

I don't feel well, man.

I had Thai food the other day.

I hate Thai food.

When did fire become a flavor?

(laughter)

Demons eat Thai food and go...

(growling)

Where do Thai people come from,the sun?

I'm at a Thai restaurant.

There are no Thai customers.

It's, like, white peopleand black people.

Where are the Thai people?

The Thais are probablyin the back

eating pizzasand Big Macs, going,

"I can't believethey eat that stuff."

(laughter)

"Oh, my God, his head explode!

Joke on you, white people!"

It's good to be here.

My last girlfriend was white.

Yeah, yeah.

When you're Asian datinga white girl-- it's weird.

The first six months,it's great.

After six months,the girl's become a racist,

'cause they feel comfortable.

In the beginning, it was, like,

"Bobby, I don't carewhat you are.

"I can't even tell you're Asian.

I went to Berkeley."

And, like, six months later,"How's my little panda?"

What the hell?!

(laughter)

I walk in the house,she's, like, "Hi-ya!"

I'm, like, "What are you doing?

My mom's here. No hi-ya."

"No hi-ya?"

I can't cuddle anymore.

Cuddling is boring, ladies.

No guy in this roomlikes cuddling.

We only do it'cause it's a gateway to the

pee-pee poo-pa-pa.

(laughter)

This is every guy's facewhen they're cuddling.

(laughter)

The girls are thinking,"I feel safe."

I'm thinking,"I can't feel my arm!

"Her hair's in my mouth.

"I don't want to move,'cause I want her to fall asleep

so I can play video games."

(laughter)

"Sleep!"

Women will not let you sleep.

They'll wake you upfor no reason.

I was with my girlfriend.

It's 4:00 in the morning.I'm asleep.

She's, like, "Bobby?"

I'm, like, "What?"

She goes, "I love you."

"That's whatyou woke me up for?

You mean, I'm not on fire?"

(laughter)

"Is Al Qaeda in the bathroom?"

(laughter)

The next night, I got her back.

She fell asleep.

I'm, like, "Sweetie?"

"Sweetie?" You know?

She's, like, "What?"

I go, "I love you."She goes, "I love you, too."

I'm, like, "What the hell?!"

Now I have to cuddlefor three hours.

I was, like,"Oh, my God, it backfired!

"Sleep!

I want to watch porn."

(laughter)

(cheering)Awesome.

This is a cool place.

I-I-I had a hooker come up to mefor the first time up here.

She was, like, "For $500I'll spend the night with you."

Like, "$500? That's an Xbox,lady, okay?"

(laughter)You know how much stuff costs?

I'm not going to get Chlamydia

from playing LEGO Star Wars,okay.

I've been playing online lately.

I love playing Xbox online,

but they got these kids on itthat talk mean crap.

I had some kid call me a fat assthe other day.

Like, he can't even see me,dude.

(laughter)Like...

I'm, like, how doesthis kid know I'm fat?

Am I breathing heavy?

Is my character running slow?

Like, how do you know, kid?

Scientist are sayingobesity's a virus.

That's dumb, okay.

AIDS is a virus, all right.

Like, I'm never going to haveto call my ex-girlfriend.

Like, "Julie, listen.

(laughter, applause)

"I went to the doctor today

"and I'm fat, all right.

"Like, I don't knowif you're fat,

but you might want to getyourself checked out, okay."

(scattered applause)

(cheering, applause)It's like--

it's not gonna be cool.

I'm going to...

(laughs)I'm going to...

Now, I'm going to haveall these ex-girlfriends

come out of the woodwork."Like, Dustin, you made me fat."

"Like, bitch, you were fatwhen I met you, okay.

Our first date wasat Krispy Kreme, remember?"

I used to smoke weed, man.

I quit, though, you know,'cause...

(man booing)

Boo your piehole.

What a dick.

My dealer over there...

I-I used to smoke weed. I quit.

But, like, everything in lifereminds me of smoking weed.

The other day,I sealed an envelope.

I was like...

(laughter, applause)

Yes.

Would've been awesome, man.

This is a big political year.

I can't do political humor.

I failed my government class.

My teacher is like, "Dustin, whofounded the League of Nations?"

I'm like, "Duh, Batman,Superman, Aquaman.

Those two twinswith the Blow Pop rings."

So glad I don't goto school now, man.

Bullies are so mean.

And now they kick your assand put it on YouTube.

(laughter, applause)

You go home,your mom already knows

you got your ass kicked.

It's like, "Mom..."

"I know, sweetie, "Fat kidcries" got 42,000 hits.

(laughter, applause)

Yeah.

"Your ass whomping went viral.

Congratulations."

We got any militaryin the house tonight?

Military? Yeah.(man howls)

I play a lot of Halo.Hell, yeah, too.

We're in the same boat.

I love.

I get freaked outabout getting drafted, man.

'Cause all-- they're, like,Iran and North Korea.

If I get drafted, like, you guysare screwed, all right.

I look like I was madeat Build-A-Bear.

No one's going to run from me.

Like, I'm not intim...

Like, "Run!Kung Fu Panda's attacking!

"What do we do?

"Hurry!Nacho Libre's going to eat us.

Somebody, do something."

I'm not built to fight, man.

I saw that movie, 300--I would be

the only soldierwith a shirt on.

I... I would show upfor battle--

like, "Yeah, let's go!

Have you guys been working outthis whole time or something?"

(sighs)

Like, uh, my mom--

she hated violencewhen I was a kid, too, man.

She wouldn't even let mehave water guns.

All my buddies, they hadthese badass Super Soakers.

I had a Windex bottle.

My buddies are like,"Hey, Dustin,

my Super Soakerhas a scope attached to it."

I'm like, "Yeah, minecuts through grease, bitch.

You want stream or spray?"

(imitates spraying)

I don't know how to fight, man.

I learned how to fightfrom video games.

Like Street Fighter,

Mortal Kombat-- those games.

First fight I got into whenI was a kid, I punched a guy,

I was like...(exaggerated punching sound)

Like, I actually madethat sound effect.

I was like...(exaggerated punching sounds)

Ayuga! Ayuga! Ayuga!

Ayuga! Get over here!

My first move wasn't working.

I went to the corner ofthe room, started low kicking.

Like...

"Come on! Come on!

Walk into it, bitch. Come on!"

been going on a long timecalled prayer in school,

which, uh, isn't an issue at allbecause none of the kids care.

You know?As long as it cuts into time

they're supposed to be studying,they're like,

"Yeah, you want meto recite this mindlessly

every day until I'm 18?Sure, no problem, man."

The bigger issueis prayer in sports,

'cause I was raised Catholic,and we used to pray to God

before grade schoolfootball games that we'd win.

And we were playingother Catholic grade schools

who, too, were prayingto that same God, you know?

I don't think God cares

if Saint Catherine'sbeats Saint Margaret's.

And if so, who were thepublic school kids praying to?

'Cause they were kickingthe crap out of us, man.

Their god is a bad dude,you know?

I'm doing the sign of the cross

while Marcus Jenkins is draggingme across the goal line

for the fourth timein the first half,

on his way to a Division Ischolarship,

where he'd earn morein a three-year signing bonus

than I would do in nine yearsof stand-up comedy

throughout the United Statesof America.

And for a long time,we had a lot more white coaches

than black coaches in sports.

It's startingto balance out now.

And, uh, people attributed itto racism and prejudice.

And it was never racismor prejudice.

The reasonfor so many white coaches,

as opposed to black coachesover the years, is that,

as a white athlete growing up,

you spend a lot more timeon the sidelines

than black athletes, you know?

So, by the time we retire,we're like,

"Oh, yeah, I've seen the gamefrom this perspective.

"Yeah.

"Yeah, he goes there. Yeah.

"I know what's going on.

I've seen this all before."

A black athlete retires,

he's on the sidelinefor the first time going,

"What the hellam I looking at, man?

"Just let me go in there.

I'll fix everything."

They have to relearn the gamefrom scratch, you know?

White coaches know howto win with less.

Black coaches sometimes haveexpectations that are too high.

Michael Jordancould never coach basketball.

He'd be like, "Come on, guys.

"Why is nobody dunkingfrom the free throw line, man?

These are fundamentals."

"Jump over all five guys,

"win six championshipsin eight years,

"get your own shoe.

"Come on, you know?

"We talk about thisevery day in practice.

Some of you just don't wantto win bad enough."

and ask a girl for a lap dance,

uh, make sure she worksat the club.

You know?

Otherwise, a jealous boyfriend'scoming up to you:

"Hey, man, why'd you thinkmy girl's a stripper, man?

Why'd you thinkmy girl's a stripper?"

"Oh, I don't know.Maybe it was the way she acted

"when I pulled outa one-dollar bill.

"Apparently, she hasn't seena lot of those

"in your time together.

Might want to pick upa second job there, Jethro."

I, uh... I asked a girlthe other night at a bar,

I said, "Hey, do you wanta ride home?"

And she said,"You know, that'd be great,

"since you did pick me up,

and we came herefour hours ago together."

And...

she, uh...she started hitting me.

Nothing I haven't seen before.

But it got me thinking,uh, you know,

where'd all this violencecome from?

How did we get to this pointin history, you know?

How did the worldget so violent?

And the world never got violent.

There is no "got".

The world has been violentsince the beginning.

Cain killed Abel, you know?

Cain killed Abel.

The third person on the planet

killed the fourth personon the planet.

We weren't even ableto make it to three people

before somebody was a murderer.

At one time, a third

of the people on the planetwere murderers, man.

A third of the peoplein the hood aren't murderers.

A third of the peoplewho own guns aren't murderers.

A third of the people in jailaren't even murderers.

San Quentin, Folsom Prisonand Alcatraz--

safer than the book of Genesis.

You thought Comptonand Baghdad were tough.

Try downtown Edenafter the sun goes down.

There was some bad stuffgoing on.

There was murder and violenceat person three.

Person three.

One couple had two boyswho had the world to themselves,

and one of them was claiming,

"This town ain't big enoughfor the two of us, man."

Cain killed 25%of the world's population.

That's more than Stalin, Hitler,Idi Amin, Pol Pot,

King Herod, Genghis Khan,the English, Manifest Destiny,

typhoid, cancer, AIDS, cooties--

all combined, man.

Cain killed a thirdof the people he knew.

A third of the people he knew.

He knew three people.

He killed one of them.

If you knew Cain, you had

a 66 2/3% chanceof survival, man.

How are you?(cheering)

Good.

Yeah.

You look good, too.

You look like homeowners.

I'm jealous.

We're trying to buyour first house in L.A.,

and, uh, it's...it's crazy, man.

Everyone's puttinga good spin on it.

You know, they're like, "Youknow, it's a great time to buy

with all those foreclosures."

What kind of logic is that,you know?

"No one else can maketheir payments, but hey,

why don't you give it a crack?""All right."

Is that the American dream--

waiting for someone else to failand swoop on in?

That is cold, man.

"Sorry you couldn't makeyour payments.

Mind if we look around?"

(laughter)

You know, when I was kid,I always thought, you know,

someday I'm gonna owna million-dollar home.

I just never dreamed

it'd be, like, a two-bedroom,one-bath fixer-upper.

We're outgrowing our place, man.

My, my son is 12 years old now,and already

people are putting pressureon me, you know.

They're like, "Are you saving upfor his college yet?"

I haven't even paidfor my college, man.

Are you kidding?I owe 25 grand in student loans.

I'm gonna have to walk him upthrough the financial aid line

to the people I still know.

"Hey.

"Yeah, I got a tab going, right?

Yeah-- no, it turns outI am alive."

(laughs)

I'm a fun dad, you know.

My wife tells me I'm too fun.

What does that mean?

She says I need to be stricter,

that kids need to learnthat no means no.

And I'm like, you know,

"What if I'm raising themto be salespeople?"

(laughter)

They're never goingto make their quota

with that kind of attitude,you know.

"You've got to get back inthere, mister, earn your bonus.

"You know,of course your mom says no.

"That's her job.

"Shoot, if I got discouraged thefirst time your mom told me no,

you wouldn't even be hereright now, okay?"

It's hard to knowhow much discipline, you know,

with the right approach, like wedon't, we don't spank our kids.

We discussed itwhen they were born.

I thought we should spank andmy wife thought we shouldn't,

so we don't 'cause that'show things work in our house.

I get a vote,but she gets the tiebreaker.

It's fair;she explained it once.

I'm married; you got to dowhat you can, you know.

You guys know, right,married guys over here?

Married?

Yeah?

I can always spot a brother.

How you doing?

That's cool, man.

You got to keep it fresh,you know, keep it interesting.

We tried, uh, we triedhaving sex standing up.

You guys tried that?

That was cool, yeah.

I was nervous at first.

I kept thinking she was goingto drop me, you know.

Some of you actually doingthe math on that.

"Is that even possible?"

No.

It's cool.

No, I don't thinkit's how long you're married.

I think it's how happy you are,you know,

'cause our next-door neighbors--they've been married 53 years,

but you can tellthey've been pissed for 52.

They have that attitude--"Well, I said forever.

A deal's a deal."

"You guys should split up."

"Oh, I wouldn't give herthe satisfaction.

"I think I can outlast her.

State Farm pays the winner."

That's funny'cause some of you are laughing

and some of you are like,"Man, you just blew my plan.

Thanks, dude."

you ever get dumpedwhen you were stoned?

Has that ever happenedto anybody?

It's not that bad, honestly.

(laughter)

If you're going to go down, youmight as well go down smiling.

(laughter)

My ex-girlfriend was,"I don't love you anymore."

I was like...(sighs)

"Guess I'll let thatbother me tomorrow.

"I'm a little more concerned

"with the Fruit Roll-Upssituation right now.

(laughter)

Worry about whateveryou got going."

I think the worst rejection

is, like, that laughingrejection, you know.

A girl'll be like...

(laughing):"I can't believe you bothered."

Like I went up to a girlat a dance club.

I said, "Hey, I'm Nick.Do you want to dance?"

She's like...

(laughing):"No, not at all.

"No!

"Not at all.

"That'll be funny tomorrow,(bleep).

"Can I take a picture of you?

That's so funthat you would do that."

And they-- and they telltheir friends

before you've even gottena chance to walk away.

(laughter)

They turn right around,you're still there.

They're like, "Can you believe

"he asked me to dance?

"Right th-- yeah,that guy right there,

him right there, yeah."

You ever--you ever watch two women

when they find out that they'regoing to see each other later--

how pumped up they get about it?

They're so intenseabout even the possibility

of maybe seeing each otherin three months.

I was at a bar

with a couple of girls,and one goes,

"I'm thinking about going toJodie's party in a few months."

Other girl barely heard it,but she was like,

"W-What, what,what did you just say?"

"Jodie's party in a few months."

(gasping):"Oh, my God."

"Wait, you're going?""We're both going.

(screaming)

Oh, my God!"

"Oh, my-- I love you!"

"I love you, too!"

And you thinkthat they like each other,

but then you're walkinginto one of 'em and she's like,

"I hate that bitch.

you need to, like,test the waters.

You need to-- you know,

you don't want to wasteeach other's time.

And a good way to do that

is to shush your partnerin public.

(laughter)

Yeah, it sounds bad,but whatever.

But wait--wait until they're speaking

about somethingthey really believe in.

In front of peoplethat you both respect.

Like right before the election,

we were having some friendsand whatever,

and she's like, "I'm gonna votefor Obama because..."

And I was like...

"Shh...

Men are talking."

(laughing)

I didn't do it, I didn't do it.

But if you really wantto find out

if, like, it's going to workthere for you, here it is:

you whisper somethingreally awkward

in, like, a sexual situation.

Give you a great readon the situation.

Like right-- just the other daywe were about to go to sleep

and she's like,"Ah, say something to me."

I was like, "All right.

(whispering):I wish you had a penis."

(laughter)

But she didn't miss a beat.

She turned right aroundand she's like...

(whispering):"I wish you had a penis."

(laughter)

(laughing):We have so much in common,it's unbelievable.

I'm sorry, though,like, whispering is--

if we can agree on this--it's inherently creepy.

There's something weirdabout it.

Like, you can say something ina normal voice and nobody cares,

but if you whisperthe exact same thing,

it's weird.

Like, for example, on a normal,you know, regular, everyday,

you can go up to some strangerin a normal voice,

you can be like, "I love kids,"and it's no big deal whatsoever.

Nobody cares.

You see where I'm going,what I'm talking about.

But you cannot go up to some mom

at, like, a grocery...

...and be like, "Psst.

(laughter)

(whispering):I love kids."

(laughter and applause)

Thank you.

Thank you.

(laughs)I love doing that

on the subway here in New York

'cause it's, like, the mostentertaining thing to do

on the subway isto wake somebody up.

Th-They'll believe anythingthat you say

for the next threeor four seconds.

They don't know.

I'm, like, "Sir, you've gotto wake up.

You got to wake up now."

"Where am I?"

(whispering):"My basement."

You know whatthe scariest people

on the planet are, hands down?

Hands down, Germans.

It's true, right, are thereany Germans in here or... ?

Okay, let's talk about themfor a little bit.

Just don't tell them I saidthis, you know what I mean?

I feel like even the mosthardcore gangster of all time,

even the gangster would end uplike getting scared, right?

Like the gangsterwould roll up, just be like,

"Hey, playa, what up, son?All right, playa."

"Gimme all your money, playa,empty your pockets, son."

The German would juststand there and say,

"No."

"No, player, of course not."

(giddy laughter)

Right, the gangster won'teven know what to do, right?

He'll be like, "Oh, snap,

uh, that ain't howthat usually go down."

"Yeah, dude, see, I havea pistol, right, playa?"

And the German would be like,"It is okay.

I have alreadypoisoned you, my friend."

The gangster would be like,"Oh, wait, oh, playa."

(applause)

Germans are creepy though, man.

When they speak German,it's the scariest, man.

It is. You know why?

'Cause they always sound like

they're talkingabout you, right?

Right, they do!

It's just...(mimicking German)

(speaking German)...kill him...

(screaming in German)

And they don't have,there's no middle volume

when they speak, right?It's just, it's either...

(speaking softly)or... (screaming).

And they walk creepy, too.

(mimicking German)

That's how they speak.

Why do they speak,like, when they're talking

like they're goingin rewind, right?

That's how they sound, right?

(mimicking German)

Nah, some of you don't believeme but check this out, man.

I can prove it to you howGermans are the creepiest.

All right, if itwas your birthday,

picture it's your birthday,all right.

A German walks right upto you and he says, "Hello."

"H-H-Hi, I have made youa birthday cake."

Would you eat it?

(Bleep) no!You would not eat that.

You would tell right there,you'd be like, "Hold on,

stop the music, this is myparty. I want to know right now,

did you poison it? Tell me."

And Germans don't care, they'lljust straight up tell you.

They'll be like,"Yes, (giddy laughter)."

Whoopsie daisy! I have triedto kill you unt I have failed!

(giddy laughter)

I'm silly. (laughing)

I'm scared of everything, man.

You know who the scariestperson I ever met was?

My ex-girl.

The girls know it, too, right?

It's true, right? You know it.

I feel like her-- howabout this for the dudes?

You ever get in an argument--and we used to argue so much,

dudes, you everget into an argument

where, like, you don'teven know what it's about?

Right, like, that happens.

I feel like sometimeswomen have an argument quota

that they needto fill per month.

You know what I mean?

And here's the thing,if they don't reach their quota

by the end of the month,guess what, doesn't matter.

They don't need you, they'restill gonna reach that, right?

That's when, dude,you have no clue

that that's gonna happen, right?

You're just hanging out,having a good time and then

bam, you're like, you know what?

Hey, baby, I love cheesecake.

She's like, "What the (beep)is that supposed to mean?!"

"Seriously? Seriously?

"Seriously? Seriously?Seriously?"

"Do you have any ideahow stupid you look?"

All right.

Whoo!

What's everybody's name?

No, you don't want to play that?

Okay, that's rude, kind of,if you think about it.

Uh, I don't know, honestly,

before I get started I kind offeel insecure about this outfit.

That's not a joke, you're notsupposed to laugh at that.

Uh, I don't know, man,that's why I wish I was,

like, a black dude.You know what I mean?

If I was blackI could wear anything, man.

If I saw a black dude

walking down the streetin full camouflage gear

sucking on a pacifier

with, like, fake wingson his shoulders, right?

Wearing a safari hat witha dildo sticking out of it,

I would not think,"What is wrong with this guy?"

I wouldn't, I wouldjust think, "oh, apparently

he knows somethingI don't know, I guess."

If you don't believe me,how come-- check this out.

Black dudes, they're theonly race in the whole world

that could wear cartoonson their shirt, right?

Not only is that cool,

but that's likehardcore gangster, right?

It's true, right?

A black dudewill roll up on you,

be like, "All right, playa."

"What up, playa?"

"All right, partner,holla at your boy, playa."

"Ya'll better recognize, that'sDora the Explorer, playa."

"Hell, yeah, how you gonna act

"like that ain'tCharlie Brown, son, huh?"

"B-B-B-Blue's Clues, playa."

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