806 – Allan Havey
These show notes were taken by Dan Katz in-studio during the taping of the episode, and slightly supplemented by me. Thanks tons Dan!
0 – Jimmy hates REM. He enjoys running in the rain.
Jimmy hates Matt’s jacket. Matt considers it a sweatshirt.
10 – Jimmy and Allan used to hang out with Jeff Garcia and tried to figure out the
phrase “I’m down with it.”
Jimmy thinks the gays get a tough enough time. Allan thinks the gays are doing just fine.
Jimmy recounts his nose job story.
15 – Allan talks about his 101 yr old neighbor.
When Allan gets old, if he starts to waddle, he’s jumping off a bridge.
Jimmy recounts a great Dick Van Dyke joke that Kevin Nealon told.
Jimmy has never seen “It’s A Wonderful Life.”
20 – Allan talks about getting harassed by a bunch of black basketball players.
Allan also talks about how “The Wizard of Oz” used to be an annual event on television.
25 – Allan tells a hilarious Werner Herzog story.
30 – The guys discuss the merger between The Comedy Channel & The Ha! Network.
Allan also talks about his experience doing his talk show.
35 – Jimmy talks about how he and another comic shared an Alex Trebek joke.
40 – Tennessee Williams hit on Allan.
45 – It would be great to get head from Orson Welles.
50 – The guys talk about the pain of bombing. Jimmy tells his Lilly Tomlin story.
55 – Allan talks about his compliment from Glenn Close.
0 – The guys talk about the bathroom.
Eliot put his hat and jacket on to go to the bathroom which made him look like a 75 year old Jewish cobbler.
Jimmy talks about Oliver getting into ballet.
Matt and Jimmy took their kids to the UCB holiday children’s show.
5 – Allan talks about doing Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show with Sammy Davis Jr and Jason Bateman.
10 – The guys talk about The War for Late Night.
15 – Most of Allan’s peers don’t do stand-up anymore. Some are dead, some write, one guy lives with his mom.
20 – Allan LOVES doing corporate gigs.
25 – Jimmy and Allan talk about which movies they did and didn’t like from this year.
30 – Al Queda hated Jimmy’s one man show so much they did 9/11.
35 – Jimmy thanks the listener for listening in 2010.
AK-47 gone, not forgotten.