Anyone know why Norm never talks about his marriage? I've listened to Norm talk about every single subject on the planet except for this. Did he completely give up on love/relationships? Did marriage semi-ruin his life? Is there something about that in his memoir?
Thanks! Good shit
Tone -- https://youtu.be/kOyNYsnOiVA?t=9m23s
Got a link to that? I haven't seen that bit
The Old Jack story reminded me of that little bit he did on Conan back in the day about "secret gay guys" as well.
Given the way he set it up (especially with that anecdote about his cat), I have no doubt something happened. Sad!
That story about Old Jack got to me... it was completely shocking and unexpected. It was brought up in an interview and he played it off nonchalantly saying, "It's exactly like the book says, I don't remember anything." He wouldn't address whether or not he was molested. It's hard to tell with Norm, sometimes he is outrageous and says off the wall shit, but sometimes it's true. It's an interesting mystery, and sad if true.
Assuming that story in Norm's book about Old Jack is real, that might explain why he went after Michael Jackson so relentlessly on SNL.
I agree Rolf! Let's all agree to post here often.
Honestly, I have to wonder how valuable this domain is. We have to be thankful to the site owner for not selling the domain and making off with the cash-- couldn't blame him!
A newcomer on the "block". I find the forum quite ready for invasion. Few post made, but the site was like still under development at the 3 of December 2016.
But #fakenews is gaining ground and a forum like this is needed. Now folks better start using it.
Book is coming out Sept. 20, at least according to this: http://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/220620/based-on-a-true-story-by-norm-macdonald/
Guess he got sidetracked with these recent gigs. Speaking of that, I guess his podcast is dead?
When is Norm's damn book coming out? Thought it was sometime this year, so hopefully soon?
Yeah, I think the revolving Cols are a ploy to keep KFC in the news -- which is obviously working. I loved how Norm used his couldn't-care-less method acting for his "portrayal". There were flashes of his former brilliance in there.