Turns out typecasting is a real thing.

When you saw Jon Lovitz or Dana Carvey or Phil Hartman doing something, they were acting. It was real acting. Like, they were acting like that person. They weren't like - it wasn't even like they were really trying to go for a laugh, especially in Phil Hartman's case.

Going to any loud place is terrible for me. I'm bad at loud restaurants.

Fred Armisen does a pretty good me.

I'm always up before everybody else. I also crash at 3 o'clock when everybody's at their prime.

As far as post-'SNL' career, whatever kind of comes my way that looks interesting, I'll do it, you know?

I like when you are telling a story and fall into an impression.

You know what, I remember being on my T-ball team and telling people about 'Platoon.'

I like watching Kate McKinnon do something - there's a joy in seeing a new move from somebody and going, 'Oh, she can do that.'

Jason Sudeikis is always chewing gum.

I set the time on my iPhone to be 30 minutes late, so I'm only an hour and a half late to appointments now.

Paul Rudd is a huge 'Hot Rod' fan.

I never resented anybody for being successful.

Sometimes you're working with somebody, and you can tell they're just waiting to say their line.

In 'Winter's Bone,' it's literally the director and the camera operator. That's it. Just a super-small Kubrick crew. You know what I mean? Like, 8 people.

I work a lot, and it's kind of like, you meet people, and you just click. It's not like I'm looking at something and thinking: 'South Park' - how do I get on that?' I just became friends with those guys first. They're nice guys.

There are some really funny women at 'SNL,' man.

I tried to get people at 'South Park' into 'Downton Abbey,' and it didn't work. I think they were like, 'Downton Abbey?' What?' And I kinda made a big plea in the writer's room, like, 'Guys, you should really watch it. It's good. It's addicting. My wife and I are obsessed with it.'

I've never met Charlie Sheen.

I remember I could do - I did Bart Simpson once on the bus. I did, like, a really good Bart Simpson voice on the bus, obviously before I hit puberty. And everybody went, 'Whoa, that sounds just like Bart Simpson.'

I would do 'Superbad,' and the next offers you would get would all be crazy cop characters or crazy security guards or something.

Voices are a good way to get in and out of things. James Carville constantly calls my wife to say I'll be home late. Mandy Patinkin and Al Pacino call to get me restaurant reservations.

People ask me, 'Did you always want to be on SNL?' No, actually, it never crossed my mind. It didn't even seem possible. It would've been like saying, 'Hey, do you wanna go to the moon?'

When 'MacGruber' came out, David Wain was one of the first people who publicly championed it.

Top Ten lists make me insane. I just know they're going to change daily.

I'm very close to my sisters.

I really enjoyed playing Vinny Vedecci, the Italian talk show host. He was the first character I ever came up with where I gave him a name and a way of dressing.

I worked at a movie theater in Tempe, Arizona, when I went to community college there. And I got fired because a sorority had rented out a theater to watch 'Titanic,' and they were being really rude to me while they were waiting for the movie. So as I tore their tickets, I told them the end of the movie.

I really liked John Candy in 'Planes, Trains & Automobiles.' He was so good in that movie.

I don't like the sound of my voice or how I look or anything.

I have a lot of incomplete short films and incomplete scripts out there.

My wife is the sweetest, most even-keeled person ever. A mood swing to her is like, 'Oh, I'm uncomfortable.'

I can't do Twitter or Facebook, mostly because I feel like I'm the type of person who has to regiment the amount of time I spend doing certain things or I'll just wade in it, and then I'll never come out.

It is funny that people always assume you have a bigger part in a movie than you actually do. I remember a lot of people thought 'Adventureland' starred me and Kristen Wiig. But we were like, 'No, we're only in the movie for like ten minutes!'

My dad was a big Frank Zappa fan, so I remember listening to a lot of Frank Zappa. Girls do not like Frank Zappa.

David Sedaris is so good that it makes me mad.

I was offered a lot of supporting crazy parts in comedies because that's all I had done.

I've been a big fan of David Wain's and was honored to get to be in one of his projects.

To be honest, I watch way more dramatic films when I'm chilling at home. I think when you work in comedy, you just want something different in your private life. Makes you feel balanced, I guess.

For our anniversary, my wife and I went to see Godzilla, and then we ate at Barnyard Venice, and it was like, 'We are crazy! The Kardashians have to keep up with us!'

A person being patient with an insane person is my favorite thing in the world.

When I was on 'SNL,' I was getting weirdly anxious about being on camera, which I had never really done before. And so my solution was just to not watch my stuff. And then I found out that other actors do it, too, and I felt less weird about it.

Even though it doesn't look like it, I run. On a treadmill. And I bounce around to all the songs on my iPod - the Pixies, Wagner, Richard and Linda Thompson, even books on tape. Just not self-help ones.

If a movie doesn't even have financing yet, they'll do a table read for it at a casting director's office with actors, for the producer and the writer, just to hear if the movie is working.

When you're performing, you're playing to the back row. With acting, you have to be more nuanced.

Everything is so tech now; everyone is so connected that way.

One of the reasons I started working at 'South Park,' actually, was that I wanted to learn how to structure things and how to tell a story.

George Saunders is a complete genius.

Every two months, I would get an email, 'Skeleton Twins update: still don't have the money!'