The BHHcast welcomes legendary comedian George Wallace to the show . George Wallace has been performing stand up comedy for more than four decades, having come up the comedy ranks alongside his best friend, Jerry Seinfeld. Known to many as the new "Mr. Vegas" thanks to his long running and highly successful comedy show in the Flamingo Showroom, George Wallace has appeared in countless feature films and television programs and has been interviewed on the Tonight Show, Late Night with David Letterman, Oprah and an endless list of other shows (now including the BHHcast).
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People around here trust the shepherd, Jamie, Adam, and the other Jamie. They always hail the sheep trust them to get around. I'll throw another log on the fire. Turn it up just to touch on another episode of the blog as to now welcome this is a brand new episode of the podcast Jamie Bendele Jamie Hernan and I'm gonna be a good one. Hey, Greg. All right. Our guest tonight I am very excited about a terrific, terrific comedian, someone who I enjoy watching work because they have a style that is all their own. Very talented Mr. George Wallace. George. Welcome to the bobcat. Good morning. Good morning. Good evening. Good afternoon, everybody. I'm so happy to be with you guys. And I hope we have fun. I have no idea what we're doing. Jamie Call me when Ginny calls you say yes. Wow. We should have spoken over that. Because I would say that for my own voice would say yeah, that's why Adam and I are doing the podcast. That's right. Yeah, there you go. called us. That's perfect. So George, how have you been? You've been okay. I've been actually wonderful. I'm enjoying life. You're not at 18 months old. I'm on stage for the first time. And about about a week ago. I'm here in New York City. And I go to a show with the societal and he's doing his show and and he says, Well, that's it for me. And now coming to the stage my best friend and put it five years and you idiot. I have nothing. I have nothing. And he just at the same time. I'm on my way to the stage after 18 months. Can you believe that? Yeah, I guess it's in me gotta have that in you. in you. In Yeah. So how did you find it? First time back. I did it. I listened to the show. And I listened to what Jerry was saying. And Jerry was talking about so many people asking them please watch my show. Jerry, watch my show. It's a good show. You know, first four seasons sucked. But the other part of the show you can binge on this gets iguana state as it is my best friend or fortified. Yes. Jerry Seinfeld. Yeah, that little show on television. You know, that was it. The first four seasons sucked. A follow up on his jokes. And I did start to take off from there. Sure. And had a lot of fun. And I always had my yellow pad with me and I had my telephone just thrown a few things that I talked a little bit about being isolated and combined. And what quarantine Yeah, yeah. Were you doing that in New York? Were you quarantined in New York or where were you kind of hunkered down. I did that in Atlanta, Georgia. Okay. March, about March 20. I came into Atlanta, and I was there for the shutdown on Linux square and Phipps Plaza across the street from it's got all that action Atlanta. So yeah, it was weird. Weird times. Yeah. Tough times. And then I went through the, of course, the COVID side, you know, learning how to live callbacks. And I never left my house. I never bought groceries at the grocery store. I think I've been to grocery blocks in the last month, I got into the habit of everything, ordering everything. And I was eating different foods. I was eating chicken Cheerios, all kinds of crazy stuff. Combinations. Cheese cake and peanut butter. It was crazy. You know, I was I was I was a social distancing helps. It was so bad for me. I was trying to keep six feet away from myself, even not mirrors or a house, I don't see me and my daughter would come by and to visit me and she would be in the parking lot over Phipps Plaza. And I live on the 25th floor. So I would wave that I'm social distancing. Keep moving. You're gonna get so it was a lot of fun coming up with the jokes and listening to all of the news. And just, it's so my job. I'm so good that I have a job. And it's serious moment with a quarantine. But my job is to make people laugh. I can make the jokes and get people happy. I'm gonna see how many people makes me happy. You're just like doing this podcast. Yeah, I do a lot of podcasts. Yeah, well, and it's become a way to get some star Bacchus Yeah, the podcast. Yeah, sounds like fun. Alright, so we are going to do a series of rapid fire questions. They're designed to elicit sort of reaction answers from you nothing salacious or intended to embarrass. I always like to prep that to make sure that I'm already embarrassed because she said rapid fire. I'm already there. Alright, so the first question, it's a practice question. Do you prefer clockwise or counterclockwise? Clockwise? Okay. All right, clockwise up up, starting with Jamie. All right, if animals could speak, which animal would say the stupidest things? Probably dogs because dogs get to see more than anybody else to travel. You get to do matter of fact, there was a lady on the upper end of the day had a dog was like, almost four feet like I know damn well. She's not gonna bring that dog on airplane. I love dogs I love but the airplanes were not made for dogs and the dog were just probably gone for you. People go Where are you going to go? We're just talking all the time you know? We're gonna see how stupid we are so we'll give you some stupid comment about Of course of course when writing a new joke pen or pencil open right then commit Yeah, yeah so you just you just you just wipe it off with the you know, erase what you don't erase you just keep writing. Yes, that's the confidence of his time in comedy. It is it is and his how good his comedy is. He can he can go ahead and pen it. He doesn't need even any of you. George it what Olympic game would you most likely meddled in probably talking at a game and talking. Be telling jokes. And I would do it right. You have the greatest I went up into five Olympics and the best one ever was in the city of Atlanta in 1996. I don't know where you guys lived in was just awesome. Yesterday. No Olympic Park was great. Yeah. So I'm a big I wouldn't be a talk a little bit auctioneer. And now we're in the United States. The gold medal is Georgia and I was talking. imagining them talking like it's George versus the Russian. Yeah, they're talking and then there's a commentator who's talking about the talking and then Georgia stands over an interpreter. Yeah, yeah. And George stands over really he liked that. He liked that. The ground I'll take a run and bring a bunch of women what do you have what I take my pleasure. It's my pleasure. Can I bring you a Mary Mack motif motif? Okay, you got it. Oh, that's good. Well, I love that George just gave us a little treat about walking us around the Atlanta restaurant scene by how they how they greet their customers Oh yeah. Are some of our national list sheep may not know it but all the Georgia sheep just got a special little treat with what do you have and you know motifs Morty sir and the as well as this Yeah, one thing I can brag about the city of Atlanta we have a lot of number ones in Atlanta people don't realize we got the best airline Delta in Atlanta we got Chick fil A no one fast food restaurant in America. We got UPS number one got to CDC you just opened up so many sponsorship opportunities for us I really appreciate it there we got the Delta Chick fil A ups you got NCR you got so much stuff in that valley. You got to Aaron's rent you got Home Depot U haul home you know what I'm gonna do a commercial so badly so home people I don't know why is Home Depot. We do is Do more home at the Home Depot at the Home Depot. I don't want to do those I just wanted to Home Depot. Not in fact, I even wrote a joke a bunch of genuine always go to Home Depot. You can't get it about it. So I brought my own orange apron. And what we're naming around here and I thought about it I took a little bird I just looked up and stuff and just walk right out of the making a delivery for this customer outside. Yeah. All right, round two. All right, which animal is most likely to use whatnot as a catchphrase? Oh my god. That'd be me. and whatnot. This is George Wallace. That would be a cat because the cat has that attitude like, please and whatnot. You know, notice you go to the grocery store now that there's a whole eye over cat food and dog food. The whole aisle. Yeah, just it's you know, when I was a kid that the dog ate what we ate. Like two choices, Purina and that's it. Now they got an entire like, you know, they did have run on alcohol. Right. That's it. Alright. So is it my turn? Yes. Your turn for the last question. All right. best car for a road comic. With the best car I would think would be, man. God, I'm gonna know what a Tesla right now. Okay. That's mine, because I'm too big to get another's. Hey, go. Alright. Hey, George. You recently celebrated a birthday. So happy birthday to you, sir. Thank you so much. Yes, I'm another another day another year. Can you give me a memorable birthday from your past? Did you have any memorable birthdays that you remember? laughs some surprise. Oh, I have one is Vegas. Picture a birthday party? One July 21. A lot of friends to show up my favorite Gospel Artist Yolanda Adams. Done in Murray, Gladys Knight. Jerry Seinfeld. Quite a few people show up for my birthday in Las Vegas, Nevada. That's the main golf so that was really cool. That's awesome. That's incredible. Alright, so that is going to do it for round one. We are going to be bagged a bell. We don't actually use a sounder. We just say that's gonna get your juices. Round One, round two. We will be back with the next segment with Mr. George lawless comedian George Wallace. If you're not following him on social media, you're missing out on some pretty clever Twitter speeches a great stuff go check him out. We'll be back with more podcast guest George Wallace, right so I have a conspiracy theory. about the Olympics, I think it's only for the United States. Because what I don't understand is two all countries share the same video feed. Every country is watching it on NBC. Yes. No, that's what I'm saying. So we're all the other cameras, right. And so the other thing is, after the athletes do their thing, they're often like at the diving board, they're often interviewed right now, where are the other interviewers? off camera? Yeah, but where are they? Like, if you never see another country's interviewers? You never know, are we all going on the same feed and they're just translating it? So this is like, Man on the Moon type stuff. Like I'm just it's all happening in a studio somewhere. You think that the Olympics are basically an American sport, and we do it to make ourselves feel superior? Because we always crushing the metal counts, and yada yada, yada? How does it work? Are there multiple video feeds? Are the translations the center's they're in an Olympic video feed that does everybody? Yes. There is. You just keep saying yes, yes, there is. It exists, is it? Is it an Olympic feed the Olympic fate? Or is it a individuation that comes on only once every four years? It's just, it's just the other three years, it's a test pattern. But you do raise an interesting point about it talking. We're a sport in the Olympics. What's the language competing? Right? Right, you're competing in English? Or do you have to compete which case I would then say, technically, you should get additional points. If English is not your native like, completely, you the idea of you're able to talk at an Olympic level in a foreign language. I think when you have other countries competing, that at least in the preliminary rounds, you should get to compete in your native tongue. And you have a translator. Some of those translators are just bitter, because they're like, I could do this better than this guy right there. Like I basically run for the runner. Yeah, I'm running for the runner. It's kind of like I ski for this year. It's kind of like the horse jockey gets all the glory, right? Horse doing all the work in the equestrian events, just the horse get to go from the podium. No, no horse podium, no. Horse podium. I think if you go in the back, there's three different stables levels. There's a slight incline, you get a higher scale. That's at least so the horse can look down on their horses. Champion horse. Yeah, I mean, that's. We've had a little break there from our guest. This episode, Mr. George Wallace. appreciate him joining us. Dr. Wallace. By the way, let's make that perfect. Yes, yeah. Don't you feel better since you're talking to me? I feel 100%. Better. I'm, that's what we do. Jamie at your club. We're doctors. People feel much better when they leave your showroom than they do in the doctor's office. So we put happy on people's faces. Nothing better than smile. And it's been said time and time again. Laughter is the best medicine in the world. Yeah, I'd hate to be the nurse that has to do the check drop at doctor's office when you get the copay. Right. The lady walks and I'm with the finance department. Ah, you're having such a good visit. That's not at the doctor moment. That's the dentist. Yeah, that got Ross. Oh, those dentures spit out rob people. They don't need nobody came out whatever that stuff is they give you the Konami, they just show you the bill first. You know, it's funny that you say that though. Because I recently have been to the dentist and I feel like the dentist now uses the visit to upsell on everything. Yeah, it is a weird thing with the dentist. Even like the photos that they take your teeth they give you like the option to get it framed or Yeah, I feel like I'm at the log flume at Disney. And I'm like, I don't need to I don't need to take on the picture. I don't need to wallets and three five by sevens. And this you do need to Yes you do. When you go to designate to check one thing about the dentist and then whatever they say you don't know what the hell they're talking about. Just okay. Yeah. Okay. And then there's always a fluoride mix. It's not covered on your insurance. They're like, you're gonna need this fluoride, you know? But my friend who was a dental assistant, she's like, Yeah, that's called Listerine, right. She's like, if you get the purple Listerine, that's a fluoride rinse, but you're paying like 75 bucks for it. Yeah, what makes it what is it about dentists that makes us so comfortable to be willing to just go to sleep in front of them like this? You don't go to sleep they put you to sleep you don't just fall asleep? Well, I mean, I don't I don't mean like I go there with a pillow and but I you know, they say okay, we're going to put you to sleep now. You're going to be completely unconscious. You don't know us. And there we have we're gonna mess with your face. Right? Yeah, that's not up. And that's only that's for major surgery. Yeah, I feel like the recommendation. Yeah, the line has been definitely moved that they'll gas you for stuff that in the past. If you're uncomfortable, the cleaning will knock you out a little bit. It's like like when they do the sleep studies. That's kind of I think I would be more creeped out about the sleep study people. That's true. Oh to sleep study people have you had that? I've had to sleep very happy to have another one. And what did they do? You don't know. That just tells you anything you say? They tell actually tell you. You were dreaming. badly so as he was, they will tell you what was that dreaming about it one thing if you go to sleep doctor, you're gonna come out of that with a CPAP machine that can do that. They want you to have one. Yeah. That's what they everybody's gonna see packs night. So listen to this choice. So did you get one? Did you get one of those devices? I am and I use it for a while about that I'm not asleep just as well without it. There you go. Okay. So my understanding is that you it's like Wi Fi enabled or Bluetooth connected. And so they can tell you that they can do run the clean cycle remotely? Are you about to get conspiracy theory? Oh, no, this is true. What are you? What are you talking about? Where are we going here? I'm telling you that this that these machines are tooth enabled. And they have chips in them that are the government's gonna run out soon that if the the prescription will say you're supposed to use this eight hours, okay. Right. Yeah. And what happens for a lot of people who use them, I don't have one. But this is my understanding is that you may wear it to fall asleep. And then at some point in the evening, you wake up, and you take it off, and you go back to bed, but you may have only worn it for five hours or four and a half hours or whatever it is. Okay. Are you going to summit get to the point? Yeah. And if you're not wearing it for the prescribed time, it no longer is covered by your insurance. That's true. Yeah, that's true. Yeah. At least five hours. I was trying to figure out where you're going with tattletale, tattletale. I was Yeah, I was thinking either someone shows up at your house until the night and puts it back on your head. I was thinking that more than the eight hours that you get a bill because you only pay for the work. They just charge you for it. The sleeping the dentist the upselling seems like it's getting a little it's upselling Yeah, wait a second. Wait a second. Now don't leave the mechanics out. Or you know, if I drive by Mercedes and I drive by bucket Mercedes on Piedmont, I get a bill in the mail just Alright, so George, the in this round. Let's do a little bit of follow up on some of the things that we talked about in the initial round. Did we ever get a question from from Adam? Yeah, we had where we got the birthday question. And we got the Olympic question. So okay, that that birthday party seems like an incredible one. What year was that from? I don't know. Why are you not have one every year so I don't tend to remember a lot. If you're celebrating a birthday, would you rather be celebrating that in New York Vegas or Atlanta? It doesn't matter. I love people. Yeah, it just doesn't matter. I can have a great time in Atlanta with my family with all of the people Atlanta, Las Vegas, good people everywhere I am. I'm so blessed. I have good people around me all the time. I'm one of the most blessed person you've ever met. Okay, so it's good. I'm the most successful comedian you've ever met. It's not how much money you make. It's how you enjoy your life while you're living. And so that's how I say that. So George, if I gave you the opportunity to do it, do you think What do you remember in the in the first 10 jokes you wrote? Is there any one of the first 10 jokes that you ever wrote that you sometimes pull out and tell? Kind of just for fun? Oh no I I did stupid junk once I never forgot was it was a poor this was basically jokey that's support we used to make the dog and the cat make love and one day the cat delivered and stuff we didn't know what to call it so we took the deep dog and at from cat and everybody came up Kendra house was dead Wait a second Don't you guys not supposed to laugh we were so poor in Atlanta right anyone would park one mall for you guys? There is a pool we watching TV we could only watch center we never knew there was a son we were gonna be back with more of comedian George Wallace right up to this this is the podcast don't wander too far. She totally right back George did what I think a lot of people did during the pandemic which is become a order in delivery person to Instacart delivery get it so have you ever done grocery justice by delivery? I have and did you like it? I like the whole concept I won't do produce or live anymore. I just found it offensive that he called me and gave me a list of groceries to go get him I just thought it was well here's an assumption and by the way, you're horrible at picking out products. I mean look you just smashed the thing in your hand and if it's soft it's like half the produce I got was Can I can I tell you? true confession true confession I shall get close to a true confession. I was my family's pandemic grocery person. I have the most robust immune system Yeah. And you know the layout of the store pretty well by so my spouse would give me a list and never gave it to me in lamb stream of consciousness. So she's a produce bread meat person. It could be it could be produce red meat. April Radha Yeah. Dairy NOMID frozen. Oh, what I need deodorant. Yeah, it's like so I rewrote it and and grouped it by layout. I was the grocery shopper for my family. But I kind of felt like my family got together and figured I was the most expendable, and I have a life insurance policy. Oh, so it's just the weakest buy. You're trying to do a good thing. I don't think they were trying to kill me. I just think there was an upside. If I happen to get zombie apocalypse outside. You think your family is like, dead? Why don't you go check on the dog? Alright, we're back with comedian George Wallace. George, thank you for joining us. This is the podcast Jamie, Jamie and Adam. You know what you guys are doing right? You guys start up a new radio show instead of Atlanta. And we're gonna go syndicated make nation live. And we're pretty good. Man, there we go. All right, let's do it. I'm in. Alright, so there is a joke writing style. Right. And that is more akin to st joke. Right? That I think, is a very hard style to do well, because I think it has a particular cadence and melody to it. pretreatments. And the melody is more old school style. But the young kids, they don't do jokes, I want to say my formula is one, two C or A B three. There's a twisted dead, set it up. Substance punch line. The punch line is the twist one, two, C or A B three. The twist. Says joke is a process a thought process. Right? You got to think about it and then turn it on. Let's do our last round of rapid fire questions. These are George These are intended to be a little deeper questions, still first reaction answers. Alright, so would you like to continue clockwise or counter clockwise counter clockwise or counterclockwise this time? Starting with Jamie, this is a multi part question. I just tell that to my host, so they can relax and let me get a multi part question. I'm gonna start with Jamie again. He started the first time we always start with Jim. Yeah, it was just the orientation point. If you want to do clockwise, you should start with Adam and then go back up where we want to start with me is what the man is saying. He wanted to have me start and so since you're gonna do that multipart thing maybe I should just go ahead and start Jamie now fine. Look, you know what? He says I'm back he's leaving the show over the clock. Please don't go please. Jamie, please don't go. Oh. Please don't go. Jamie, please don't do that is the only time you're gonna hear this. Jamie go Yeah. Jamie, please go. One of those songs is going to end up as the theme song. All right. Am I starting? He started you go ahead. Is it prejudgment to assume that a stool pigeon would not be good at the javelin throw? See you you've been deep into tweets. Yes, he does in my tweet, you know, shout out to the javelin. We don't have enough depth javelins around anymore. You know, when the last time you diverge job and every four years it gets no respect. You know, still pitching is going to have a bigger side when the when the crap goes down betraying the stupid opinions. Okay, just like cotton candy. Cotton candy basically have to pick a side when the trap goes down. We're trying to cotton and the kind of witch doctors would have to choose a side see? You've been reading the trees? Are you cotton? Are you candy? Are you are you make up your mind? In which Olympic event would the stool pigeon be the most successful? Rhythm? Rhythm dancing? Oh, yeah, the rhythm. Guys, come on guys. Out of all the events in the Olympics. What the hell is the rhythm? Yeah, the those little ribbons that they throw around in the gymnastics thing? Yet hard sport. And it's totally taken down by the fact of that ribbon thing. I don't really watch a lot of the Olympics. But if there was still pigeons do in rhythm dancing. I would watch that every single episode. I wouldn't necessarily presume that a stool pigeon would be a Summer Olympics athlete. I think the stool pigeon would excel at curling, because they would do the little feet shuffle to the side a little Yeah, yeah. Okay. Why would they not be a good skateboarder? Oh, yeah. I like to skate well, and I could probably elevate a little bit. They could elevate a little bit. The full area. Yeah, yeah. And they have claws that they could grab the edge of the board as it's rotating. Well, they don't need to because they don't need to balance and when they land. It doesn't matter where the board lands on top up. Alright, Adam, you're up. So George, do you believe in aliens? Hell, yes. Aliens. He believes them. That was my but I don't know why they will come to Earth. You can come up and go like they want to know prison. That's why they wouldn't come we down here shooting people are all like they're like all those idiots who just said they look like people. That's right. Also true. Also true. Also true. Okay, George in your life. What was the time when you're most scared? I have some friends in Ohio once a college. I went to their homes, they lived out in Canton, Ohio River shooting pool. And one of the guys was a real racist. I knew that for a fact. But they wanted to play a game. We were down in the basement, and they shut the lights off. And you know, can you imagine being in the basement of a place you don't know where you are? No. And everything goes through your head. It's just like, don't kill me. Yeah. So I was scared. I was really scared. But I haven't been to finally have not answered that question. But I never forget that moment. Like, you're gonna kill me. I can't I don't know why I am. I don't know where I'm going. I don't know how to get. Yeah, that's scary. A group of flamingos band together to establish a comedy showroom in a Las Vegas casino. What is the likelihood that they would be so terrible at management that they would end up booking competing comedians on opposite sides of the casino floor, resulting in the eventual loss of one of Las Vegas? His longest running and successful comedy acts were Whoa. Where do we get this guy? Right? George's? Oh, yeah, no, no, he knows where he knows what he's doing. You know what he's saying to you? They did that to my room at the Flamingo in Las Vegas. I was so successful. Then I thought, well, this company thing is working really? Well. Let's bring in another comedian at eight o'clock. For free. The only two people going for free. So what are you doing my shows at 10? o'clock? Don't you think two people gonna go to the other show for free? Just because the hotel is seven drinks. That's brilliant. No, that's the stupidest thing I've ever heard. Yeah. So actually, so since you raised it as a question, can I ask a follow up to your Rapid Fire question? Of course, I will condone it. Okay. How did you how did you study me to find that happened to me in Las Vegas. And I still did very well. But I wasn't doing 750 seats ever. Mr. Vega and so so so my My thing is that if he were only taken away, let's say 20 customers a night 20 Customers don't $100 over the week over the year, one month? Yeah, a lot of money. And I answered his question that real quick, because he I did find an article that talked about that situation. And but I think that Georgia is kind of experiencing the same thing that we experienced on a previous show when we had a guest who at the end, said by the way, guys, I did a background check on you guys. One of you have a criminal record. And we said, oh, wait a second. Look at each other like this. Got it? Yeah. All right. Whose turn? Is it for question? Well, no, I think I actually think the style that we were going is great. I love the idea that you were talking about where and I think about George's career of kind of selling the product of laughter. And you've been doing it for so long. And it must be I'm just kind of in a little bit sitting back thinking. You've dealt with these huge crowds in Las Vegas, you've done it for a very long time. You continue to entertain a couple nights ago in New York. And that must be a pretty fulfilling thing, that you look back at your life and you've sold laughter to so many people for so long. What's the when you live your dream, there's nothing better than that to go to work and love going to work and having a job that you enjoy. Not many people get to do what they really wanted to be a comedian. Six years old, not many people get to actually do what they want to do. And Adam, James, you guys don't know all I do. At some time I choke up and thank God for right. And I now open the show just telling people how blessed I am. Because all I do is just lie. I just make up shit. I'd love to bring up the points that everything's used to great liar. Is it your turn? Are you is it on your question? No, I'm good. It's actually his question was how often do you lie but he felt bad about my question. So it worked out great for him. I'm talking about he's breathing his life. Yeah. Alright, is it my turn that it is your turn? Okay. George, in your life? Do you feel you have unfinished business? Oh, man. I don't know. I know. I'm the laziest. I'm at the point right now where I'm the laziest person in the world. I could get twice as much done. If I went to work every day and just work, work work, man. I would, but I'm satisfied with who I am. And I'm satisfied with where I am. I could retire tomorrow. I could retire today and go anywhere in the world undergoing notice. I got two properties I got I got what else? I got great family, the great kids. I got everything you could ever ask for. i That's one of the most blessed person successful person in the world. Don't be afraid to answer that question. Yeah, don't be afraid to say no, I'm good. lightning strikes. Thank you, Lord. All right. All right on the cover of the book, bowl, twit and whatnot, the online ramblings of George Wallace, the illustrated bird on the cover is incredibly dressed, incredibly dressed up with a nice black hat, pink dress shirt, purple suit jacket, pocket scarf, but no pants. My question is, are there situations in which you can be considered dressed up if you're not wearing pants? Yes. What's the situation like go to new beach? You can get fully dressed. Formally dressed. Could you wear a pocket scarf though? What a pocket scarf? So they're called in the suit jacket square. Yeah, what do you get pocket gloves? Yeah, yes, square. Yeah. We've lost this. Kevin. He's Yeah, unfortunately. We I'm sorry, George. Sorry for the strange animal questions. He's gotten addicted. Every episode of animal questions. We're working. We're working through him. Alright, fine. Oh, wait a second. Wait a second. Let's talk about just wait a second. Yes. Opportunities. That is a good looking bird and whatnot. I put two colors together. First of all, we had a blue bird because it's kind of relating to Twitter. Yep. That's this dress to Berta. And those are the colors I want. A lot of those colors. almost have to if you can see the marquee in Las Vegas. I'm in these colors. Kind of to share art, a hot pink or whatever. And the purple or a lot of purple and voles, whirlybird. Twit, and whatnot, and whatnot. So another acceptable answer would have been zoom meetings. Okay. Okay. Zoom meeting. The George, best city in the world. You want to know, I don't know how to say this. But I want to tell you for me. Yeah, that would be Shanghai. Ooh. Shanghai, you see central park behind me right now, right? Yeah, yep. No. Have you been guys been to Asia? I have no, no, no, I am so stupid. Because the government did teach me. I hope I say this right? That America kind of told us that a good only place that really hasn't gone on anywhere else where other people are living and living very well. And places like Shanghai. Shanghai is three times larger than New York City with people. It's three times more modern than New York City. And it is just you'd be surprised what's going on in this city. Amazing. And there's a city called Macau, which makes Las Vegas look like Atlantic City. So I'm pretty wrapped up in Asia and Dubai is a nice city to have you been to Dubai. I was in Dubai yesterday. Is that right? Yeah. And then Dubai yesterday? Did you do a show in Dubai? Hold on. He just told I said lies all the time. So I know that by now, that's what I do on stage every night. Wherever anybody's from I was there yesterday, I assume that you travel significantly more than I do. And so if you were to tell me that you were someplace yesterday, I would believe that your supplies yesterday. Well, that's that's how good I am. I'm good. Yeah, dude, just he's a great liar. You guys traveled because this is very important. Because some people don't travel. Do you guys travel? I mean, not enough. Not to the extent that you travel. Yeah, I do travel. But I have not traveled as far afield as I should have. Well, excuse me your paper city. My my favorite city. I don't you me? i My dad is I'm talking to you. Yeah. My favorite city that I've been to I love San Francisco. Nice city are nice. If you want to live in a city in California. I picks up the sister would be sitting and I'm just closing this out. I didn't get to ask my second question. My my, Jamie's got a second question. I have my additional question coming. right at you. Yeah, there you go. I when I was quitting, you change the rules. And that's, that's I'm glad you didn't quit. All right. Are you please go Jamie, please go and ask a two part question. Of course. Okay. Here's my two part question. Part one is, what is the duration of the time period that is generally regarded as too soon? For comedy? Yep. Depends on who you're with. And the moment depends on who you are, what your relationship is with the people that you wit because sometimes we can have a jump right off the bat. Tiger Woods had an accident and and the first thing I said was, then 30 minutes. How many accidents has Tiger Woods? Oh. Oh, so sometimes you can go to some because we didn't know his condition. That's right. So part two is related to that concept who never fails to make you laugh. Well as a young kid, Aima DC young fly and some young kids out there. I pretty much love all the comedian's I love Kathleen Madigan. And you know, and I will look at a person Jerry Seinfeld my best mentor for failure. I can Watch his show for 45 minutes and maybe not laugh at all, but be totally amazed. Because sometimes we just go sometimes we were pissed off because I didn't make that funny. So So this time we're analyzing diagnose what is but it doesn't work for dissecting and yeah, taking the Joker card thing. Yeah, so but see a DC young fly done DC curry is a some inconvenience that will make you laugh. You hate tinson. I love all. Give those a kid. He's a pharmacist in Atlanta. Do you know coming in at the bar Walker? Yeah. Oh my god, this is so good. So, George. So listen, super appreciate you taking the time to chat with us. People should be following you on Twitter. Follow me at Mr. George Wallace on Twitter. That's where I'm not smart. Jamie. I'm an older guy and what I do on Twitter should be on tick tock. Tick tock. Today. That's a new thing. Yeah, your tick tock would be killer. Yeah, just tick tick, tick, tick tweet. Twitter. All right. Well, we appreciate it George I can't wait to see you back in Atlanta. Be safe be well and continued success my friend automa no more See you tomorrow as they say over and over. Alright, there was comedian George Wallace. Terrific guy. If you haven't seen him on stage you really owe it to yourself to go check it out. Fantastic in person. Follow him on social media. We'll be back you know before you know it. See you next time. taka taka. fighters get low. This episode of the podcast is over. domna gold now. Back to where you came from. We'll call you back. It's time for another Marquez talk adopted