EMCEE: Put your handstogether for Gabe Liedman.
It's been a really great year.
If I just get super-realwith you guys.
I've written for"Inside Amy Schumer,"
and also "Kroll Show."
Welcome to the livestreaming publicity wedding.
It feels really nice to bewriting for someone who I
actually know really well,and it's so inspiring.
It's like, we did it.
[laughs nasally]Fantasy complete.
I opened for Nick Kroll ata straight-up synagogue,
and we did our stand-upon a bimah, which
is like the stagewhere the Torah lives.
And the last time I had beenup on bimah with a microphone
was my bar mitzvah,and it just, like,
completely flipped me out.
-So there are a couple timesthat he'll-- he'll yell.
Just FYI, so.
-There's a couple times.
You might reallyenjoy-- (YELLING)
the entire JonathanTaylor Thomas library!
(YELLING) And I don'tlike being lied to!
(YELLING) Why don't youwatch your fucking tone?
I remember one time complainingto Zack Galifianakis
that I thought my comedy careerwasn't going fast enough.
I don't know about you guys.
When I get drunk,I become perfect?
And at the time, Ithink I was like 27,
and I'd been doingit for a while.
And he was like, when I was27, I was cleaning the floors
of a diner and I hadn't evenmoved to New York to start yet.
And that, like,sunk in immediately.
There's no timeline.
It takes forever.
All you have to do is begood at it and not quit.
I need to learn more.
I know that about myself.
I don't like any books!
If I had to write a memoirbased on my comedy career,
I would call it,"Can You Fucking
Believe This Worked Out?"
Does that make sense?
Good, you're with me.
I'm Gabe Liedman.