When asked at an "Saturday Night Live" (1975) pitch meeting if he had any ideas for host Jude Law: "A scene where we play half-brothers, because, let`s face it, that`s all anybody would believe."
When asked what project didn`t live up to what he envisioned: "SNL, but only in the respect that I didn`t envision getting fired."
What he learned from doing impressions on "Saturday Night Live" (1975): "The main thing is to be funny, whether people know (the impersonation) or not. You have to let go of the fact no one knows this person and just try to be funny, ultimately." On watching "Saturday Night Live" (1975): "When I was very little ... we`d go up to my grandmother`s in Milan, Tennessee, and because we were there, we didn`t go to church the next day. So me and my dad would stay up late and catch "Saturday Night Live" (1975) on her small black-and-white set."
On staying in character: "Sometimes it`s very hard, but hopefully you are in the moment as an actor and you are just trying to react as the character in the scene would."
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