Release of his memoir, "God, If You're Not Up There, I'm F*cked: Tales of Stand-up, Saturday Night Live
(1975) and Other Mind-altering Mayhem".
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By the time you get on the air on 'Saturday Night Live' you're so tired you can't even remember why you wanted to be a comic, or what you ever thought was funny. But when you get that huge first laugh in this famous place, and there are literally millions of people watching, and you're affecting what they do that night, you can't get higher. It can't get better.
In early 1989, Darrell was hired in Orlando, Florida to be the audience warm-up comedian for MTV's Game Show, Remote Control
(1987) (who was shooting a season in Florida). Darrell was fired quickly because he wasn't getting the crowd excited ("warmed up") with his style of humor. He later went on to work with Colin Quinn
(one of the game show hosts) on Saturday Night Live