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“My Mom’s mom grew up next door to Colonel Sanders in Kentucky.”
“It was deeply personal for me because the political divide was what ripped my marriage apart.”
“Even if I weren’t doing tricks for two hours, I’d still have to be onstage and in character the whole time.”
“I don’t even blame some of the bro-ey chefs in town. I just feel like they don’t know any better. But they need to know better. Let’s all get on the same page.”
“We’re in a hurry to get out there, and many of the things humans bring with them are potential contaminants.”
“This year, we really wanted to focus on bringing the city together.”
“The more iconic projects I’ve been in tend to include me in a rubber suit.”
“I learned how story was always meant to be for Indian women: Immediate, necessary and fearless, like all good lies.”
“I remember doing Dana Carvey’s George Bush impression in my children’s improv group. Adults, obviously, were like, ‘Oh, that’s adorable.’ No one was like, ‘You know, that’s someone else’s work.’”
“People ask me to sign weird parts of their body. I try to talk them out of it. It’s like, ‘Can we take a selfie and put it on Instagram instead?'”
“What is on the other side of the edge of the universe?”