You brought me flowers?
-Yeah.-That was nice.
Hi, do you wantto give me a hug?
-Yes.-Hi, you look okay.
Different.I look different, right?
So, um, I left the show...on bad terms.
What happened exactly?
Because I don't really knowthe story about what happened.
I just know that you were havingsome sort of breakdown.
I had, um--
I had a run-in, maybe,I butted heads a little bit.
And I felt I was gonnabe in big trouble.
I feel bad for you anyway,so I wasn't mad at you,and I'm not mad at you.
I mean, you owe more of anapology to people that youinteracted with.
Because if I just saw you downthe hallway, I would always walkthe other way anyway.
But I appreciate your apology,it feels as sincereas it can get.
It's worked out perfectlythat you got a TV showabout apologizing to people.
-That's part of it.-Yeah.
What's the other part?
Showing my growth, showing megetting back into comedy.
I want to get back on late nightTV doing stand-up.
That's great,that's really good.
Well-- I mean,you seem better.
Your thinkingis a little bit more clear.
-Do you feel better?-My thinking is clear.
Because you-- were youin a mental hospital?
I went to-- yes.
Okay, that reaction is not clearthinking to being in a mentalhospital.
That's not hilarious,but it's kind of funny.
I was in Canada, at theMontreal Comedy Festival...
and I stopped taking my Lexapro.
And you went--
Which led to--
-Wow.-I know, yeah.
Are you on a differentmedication now?
You seem very-- like the mostnormal I think I've everseen you.
Yeah, I'm on a differentmedication.
I think this is working better.
I do feel more calm.
You're more engaging.
Before it was like you wereputting on a performanceeven in a conversation.
Which is very--
Hard to do.
-Or hard to take.-Hard to take.