[On political correctness]
Jim Norton: People expect you to be funny, and yet they have all these little asterisks they put next to what you said. Or they want you to be funny, and yet not offensive. They don't want you to violate their political ideologies, their religious ideologies. So, I think that's the thing I hate more than anything, even more than the Religious Right, and the way they crush free speech. I hate political correctness. I think it really hurts comedy, and I think that people under the age of 25 are so caught up in it, they just don't realize what dumb [expletive deleted] robots they are.