"I don’t think you hate the audience. You delight them, but there’s this kind of thing you do with your face and your body language, and it’s kind of - you go over and bang at the piano for two seconds, and it’s jarring; and you don’t really care if they’re keeping up. You demand that they keep up. But there is this kind of look on your face where… I don’t know what it is. It could look like you don’t like the audience, or that you don’t like comedy. It’s almost like a guy who looks like he’s been possessed by comedy, and that’s how the demon plays around with you." — Pete Holmes to Bo Burnham (©)
My father is amazing and obscenely supportive. I think a lot of my act, for me, is sort of a parody of being a performer or an “artist” so I always liked that the subtext of the show was just me filling a dad-shaped hole in my heart.
From God’s Perspective - Bo Burnham [x]
"I love my baby and you know I couldn’t live without her, but now I need to make sure every girl thinks this songs about her, just to make sure that they spread it like the plague, so I describe my dream girl as really really vague"
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