Get this on camera, Dave.
Yes! Push and believe.You got it.
You like stole the set notes.
I felt I did very good.I was happy with that.
I didn't like that my voice wasgoing out, but what could I do?
I told Comedy CentralI'd do 17 interviews.
They were nice.They were with me.
I had some fans. I didn'trealize how many fansI had until after.
Hey, Baron.Bring it in, positive energy.
You got it. Yes.We did it.
Incredible.We did it.
A master, I can't believe yougot that much energy out of theaudience this late at night.
I pushed them.
Pushed them? They were with youat every single moment.
You were like a cakethat they kept eating...
and every time they ate somemore cake, appeared lighter.
This is endless cake!
Thanks, Baron,I appreciate it. Yes!
You did it.I can't wait until after--
You got it.You got it.
Quiet, I'm ready and go.
You know, it's excitingto think that 20 years ago...
there was this little cableaccess show...
and here's this guy with his ownComedy Central half hour.
These stories don'thappen, you know?
People try to makethese stories happen.
But this is a real one.
Brody's like surpassed me,I mean, at this moment...
I think if you wantto look at career-wise...
Brody's higher up than I am.
It makes me feel-- I feela little [BLEEP]...
but there's no jealousy.
I got almost nothing going on,you know?
30 Rock is done,not filming that.
I'm not doing any movies,so I'm happy as hell for him.
Brody could be like an A-listcelebrity.
You know, have millions ofdollars and still be like...
Hey, Brody, can you-- we stillwant you to do warm-up.
Yeah, I'm on the coverof Rolling Stone.
What time should I be there?
I'll bring the tambourine.
He just loveswhat he does, you know?
It's kind of whathe was born to do.
He has more amazingprojects to come.
Everyone's just rooting for him.
If I had a network,I'd invest a lot in Brody.
I would, this is on ComedyCentral now, right? All right.