And he proved it with a great story on his tour.
“I wouldn’t even go to Hartford for gas.”
He will often lose patience with a loud crowd, but he can also embrace it.
New York Times comedy critic Jason Zinoman, who recently released the e-book Searching for Dave Chappelle, parses the comic's aborted Hartford show.
For over twenty minutes, he just sat on a stool, read a book, and smoked cigarettes.
This is not a drill.
This time joined by Kevin Hart, Questlove, Marlon Wayans, and Bill Bellamy. Seriously.
They discussed a potential tour!!
How are we only seeing this now?
"I'm trying to make that happen," Rock tells us.
Unfortunately, he explains it to annoying, misogynistic morning-radio hosts.
Says he's got "nothing but time" after catching audience member filming his act.
"I didn't sell Dave out."
Molly Ringwald. You're so there.
"Caught me slippin'!"
No matter how passionately you love a florid, overwritten, hilarious book, the movie can be EVEN BETTER.
The man had to pee. Give him a break.
"Eddie and I said, this is funny, we should write a movie where a woman beats up on a man."
How many men could resist the opportunity to do a little tweaking?
Will the Roots perform with a 60-piece orchestra on the Arabian peninsula?
Plus: Michael McKean and Dane Cook!