Norm Macdonald’s Bill Cosby Story
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[Norm Macdonald’s Bill Cosby Story]
[David Michael Letterman (born April 12, 1947):]
She must be very excited and proud, though, I mean because you’ve worked with big, big stars, like, you’ve worked with – I know you’ve worked with Bill Cosby.
[Norman Gene “Norm” Macdonald (born October 17, 1963):] Source: LYBIO.net
Oh yeah, Bill Cosby, man, he’s – he’s my favorite guy ever since I was young. And I got to open for him at this comedy thing, and he was the greatest. I got to meet him and stuff, and you know, when you meet these guys, it’s so, like, you know, you’re all shocked or something, you know, cause you can’t believe you’re talking to this guy, and uh and uh – so I told him, I said – and you know, he’s always funny, he has that funny way of talking, so I go, “Hey, hi, nice to meet you Mr. Cosby,” and he goes, like, “Yes! Yes!” yeah, and then you just laugh, you know? And then, so I go, “Oh man,” I go, “you’re my favorite,” you know? “And ever since I was a little kid I always listened to you. You’re my dad’s favorite comedian ever,” you know? And he goes, “now where is your dad from?” You know?
That’s pretty good. That’s pretty good.
Oh, maybe I’ll do him this week on the show.
So, so I tell Cosby, you know, I say “Oh, my dad’s from Ottawa.” So he turns to his buddy Ben, his manager or something, and he goes, “Ben, isn’t we aren’t Ottawa?” You know? And Ben goes, “Yes, we are playing Ottawa soon.” Ben understands everything Cosby says. He goes, “Yes, Mr. Cosby, we are, we do have a gig in Ottawa coming up” And he goes, “what is your father – get me a paper,” so he goes gets a paper, and he goes, “here now, write your father’s name on the paper.” Like everything’s funny he says. If I said, “Write your father’s name on the paper,” nothing.
So he goes, “And the pen. The man needs the pen!” So I get the pen and the paper, you know, so I’m writing down my father’s thing, and then all of a sudden, I realize that, my father’s dead.
Yeah, that’s a problem. Oh man.
[Norm Macdonald:] So I like – I panic, you know, I’m in this situation where my dad’s been dead 8 – 9 years, and I’ve got the paper and the pen, you know?
And so I know Ottawa’s area code, so I write that, and then I’m just writing down, like, random numbers, you know? And then I go, “Here you go Mr. Cosby, this is my father who’s still alive’s number here.” You know. And he’s like, “Aggiggiggahh!” you know? And then, so I thought like, “God man, that’s a stupid thing I did,” you know? And, then a couple weeks later, I get a call, and it’s Bill Cosby on the phone, and he’s like, “I phoned the number!” And he’s so sweet, like he’d actually phoned my father’s number, like what a great man, you know? And he said, “The man does not live with the number. The man answered, and not your father,” you know? So I’m like, “Well, I’m pretty sure.” You know. Cause I couldn’t go, “Oh yeah, I forgot, he’s been dead ten years!”
[David Letterman:] Source: LYBIO.net
Yeah! Oh man!
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