says he’s been doing a few sets in L.A. to practice. “I haven’t done a long set in a while, so it’s like homework to make sure I give a good show.” Between this year’s releases (The Do-Over
and The Ridiculous 6
, both with buddy Adam Sandler) and an upcoming series, why still work the road? “Because it’s still hard, and it wakes you up. You want to see if you can keep up with these guys, no matter what age,” he says. “It’s the one thing you have control over.” Though the comic blushes at his nearly three decades in the field (He gives a good-humored heel turn at the number’s mere mention, quipping, “Easy, buddy, there might be girls reading this.”), the sarcastic slam king still has plenty of gas in the tank. Buh-bye! 8 p.m. October 21, 7 and 9:30 p.m. October 22. 7620 Katy Freeway. For information, call 713-333-8800 or visit improvhouston.com
. $45 to $50.
Comedy’s favorite smart-ass is back on the road with three shows at the Houston Improv, and