(soft jazz music) – If someone does a lame
joke, I laugh too much. – Really? – Yeah. – You’re a sweet guy.
– I don’t wanna make them feel bad. – Oh, I wanna do just the opposite. I want them to feel horrible. – Wow. (Jerry laughing) – But doesn’t it bother
you that they think they’re funny enough to make
a joke to make you laugh? – But why shouldn’t they? – Because you’ve spent your
entire life in this craft, in this world.
– But you’re treating it like an insult, and it’s a compliment that they would love you
to laugh at them because they like you so much.
– Yes, because it would make them think that
they’re on the same level, and they’re not. – But it’s not like someone
going up to a doctor and going, can I take your appendix out? – Yes, it is! – No, it’s not! – It is to me! – We’re not that important. – Aren’t we? (Ricky cackling)