Paul F. Tompkins and Aziz Ansari discuss the qualitative difference in the laughs/connection you get from observational material vs. more personal bits. On the latter, PFT says, "There's a deeper connectivity there that's very rewarding."
Neat to see PFT doing a longer interview format. I like when he talks and wish people would pay him to do it more.
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PFT and Aziz on observational material vs. more personal bits
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