-The shadiest place I'veever had to stay when I was
on the road was probably,um, the airport.
-Oh, it was a casinogig, "casino" in Montana.
-Some of these clubs are, like,not inside the actual city.
They're on theoutskirts of it, and I'm
staying in a hotelthat's next to a freeway.
-Could this be any moreof a Bates Motel cliche?
They're giving mewarnings about the shower.
I'm already freaked out.
-I stayed at a place that wasa haunted house, apparently.
-If there's ever literalkeys and you're not,
like, you know, in,like, the Hamptons,
that's not a good sign.
-It was very cheap.
It was like $25, $30 a night.
-And the name of the place wasMotel, on an alley with a strip
club and adultbookstore at the end,
and I think I had aglory hole in my room.
-You know, in theback of a Ford Escort.
I was actually adancer at the time,
so it was like awhole different scene.
I miss those days a lot.
I miss you, too, Romero.
-It was my first comedycondo experience,
and I was staying witha guy who was meeting
his girlfriend forthe first time.
Total "Catfish" situation.
-You know, like-- you knowwhen you meet a person that
just reminds you of the autumn?
That's kind of what-- guys,can we move on, please?
-What's always weird is when youstay with a friend's parents.
Oh, I forgot.
I can't act like you'rethe piece of shit
that I know you are.
I have to act likeyou're the little boy
that they thought you are.
-The shadiest placesI ever stay are
oftentimes othercomedians' houses.
It's like a mirror intoyour own existence.
You're like, oh mygod, this is awful.
And this is exactly how I live.
Oh my god, I gottaget my shit together.
-I won't make any herpereferences over breakfast.
I-- I burped a little.