I get a lot more content into my show. Mick is more of a long-form storyteller. His show is good, but he'll do essentially the same show for an extended tour. My shows are always different, because I change the show for each market. I'll have a different set of stories in my opening monologue because it's Baltimore, than I would in another market. I try to personalize it to the market that I'm in, before we get to the Q&A. Once we get to the Q&A, the gloves are off, there's no script. Every audience is different. If they have their significant others with them, sometimes there's better behavior. If they've had a few too many adult beverages, you get a different tone and tenor. Usually it's good, but I remember I did a show in New York City, and they were selling beer to everyone, and there were some kids who were over-served, so to speak, and they weren't heckling me, but they were having their own party in the first or second row. I had to take them to the woodshed and verbally spank them. They were good boys after that. Every room is different, that's why it's fun and new.