Jim Breuer - Going Backstage

Pulp Comics: Dana Gould Season 1, Ep 0105 08/25/1997 Views: 5,247

Some people will do anything to get backstage. (3:07)

>> I used to love going to

concerts, and I still do.

I love heavy metal bands.

I just love it.

Yeah, Metallica and stuff

like that.

But yeah, Metallica!

That's what Metallica fans do.

[wildly] Metallica!

[laughter]

There's people in Genesis or U2.

"I like U2. I like Genesis."

A guy can have a suit and a tie,

but he freaks out Metal--

Who do you like?

"Metallica, man!"

[laughter]

"Sorry, I gotta get back

to work.

He-he."

[laughter]

You know where the phrase

headbanger came from?

It came from the early '70s.

That's where the first

headbanger was discovered.

It was an AC/DC concert.

And people had no--

well, they had no clue the music

was that loud.

The lights went out.

AC/DC came on.

[imitates electric guitar]

And the whole audience went,

"Oh, my God, my ears!"

[laughter]

"Loud."

"I'm on the highway to hell."

"I'm coming with you,

just turn it down."

[cheers and applause]

I like the guy you always lose

in the beginning of the night.

He goes, "Hey, man, I'm gonna go

try to get backstage and meet

the band."

[singing]

>> Yo, what's up, chief?

How you doing?

>> I don't think so, pal.

>> Chill out, man.

I'm with the band.

I'm friends with them.

I'm on the list.

>> Name.

>> Uh, Plus One.

Used to be Alan Hibbler,

but I changed my name, you know,

like Prince.

So it should be a plus sign and

then one,

otherwise artist formerly known

as Alan Hibbler.

>> Nice try.

Beat it.

>> The band's gonna be pissed

off at you when I tell them.

>> Yeah, they'll get over it.

>> Yeah, well, we'll see,

'cause I'm gonna call them.

As soon as I get home, I'm gonna

call them.

It's gonna be your ass,

not mine, hotshot.

Hey, how are you doing?

They told me to take over for

a while.

You take your break.

Just for a little bit.

You could take your break.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa,

whoa, whoa!

Where do yo think you're going?

>> I know the band.

>> You know the band?

What's the name?

>> Dan Schaffner.

>> Dan Schaffner.

Dan Schaffner.

Dan Schaffner, all right.

This is great.

Let me show you where

the band's at.

Come right this--

>> Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Where do you think you're going?

>> I was gonna sh--

>> Hey, hey.

>> Oh, all right.

♪ A little time.

How you doing?

How are the boys doing?

They need some ass?

>> There's already a lot of ass

back there, buddy boy.

>> I'm sure there is but no

dirty bird ass like mine.

>> Yeah, that's for sure.

Man, I've never seen an ass like

that in my life.

>> Just for that, you ain't

gonna get any ass.

I'll take my ass where it's

appreciated.