Listen: Gary Coleman, Chicago, Atlantic City discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"You the entire nine. There's nothing you could do about it nothing there. There's an experience I had recently where I don't know if you guys have had the comedian Gary Coleman on this show. But he's he's about six four six five of very tall, man. And we were flying American Airlines where I have points got bumped up. I. Goes to the back and the look the look good may staring at me with yards of room. Dangling not being used. Like the look of shame on his face was just very classic. Mary good. Well, the the battered wives who are staying home eating battered, fish and chicken everything else that fads sleep bronze at our home and fed to the kids all the curly fries and Tim Pora other battered items. So the it's the time difference, I'm telling you, it's time difference. Because if you go play you do a show in Atlantic City and you're getting out early on Sunday morning. It means you did a show or two shows that night. So you got back to the room at twelve thirty at night or whatever. Then if you want to leave the Philadelphia airport, which is where you leave when you play Atlanta city, you'd better meet Mike in the lobby at five AM. And then you take a long hour and a half ride or whatever. It is to Billy. And then you get on a flight. Sometimes there's a layover by the time, you get to LAX, it's noon, but it's noon here you've been you've been up an added all goddamn day. Yeah. And then you walk through the door, and you're completely beleaguered like, your your little disorients you woke up and Antic city and yet fourteen hours later, you're back in your home. And then this discussion goes like, oh who's gonna pick up the groceries or who's going to like who? I woke it was it was to fifty five. I was in the lobby LA time. Yes. Yes. I've had that conversation with my wife many a time, and I've told her when I come back the the dad come home. That's Brad's out day. I can't I can't do anything. She's like my favorite show came on. Can you walk the dog? I'm like first of all my dog, seventy pounds. I don't walk shit. That bad boy sat a lot of. But yeah, it's like I'm out that day. I can't it just the brain doesn't function. I just had a few weeks ago because I. On Easter Sunday. I flew back from Chicago that morning. So I can make my family's Easter thing. We which was at eleven AM. Right. So that means you're flying Chicago six, you know, and you stayed up all night the night before. And then my sister, the balls to be late and be like, you know, it's just one thing after another. It's hard. It's hard to get your fares. I was in Chicago this morning. But I had to get from Encino to Glendale and the one thirty four man. I'll I'll tell you really what the real dynamic is. And Phoenix this morning. That's my son.."