By Dustin Rowles Celebrity December 5, There are passionate Joe Rogan fans?! I think the Fear Factor is what put me off of him originally, although understanding why he took the gig actually endears me to him. But the Joe Rogan Nerdist podcast is yet another reason why — regardless of what you might think of Hardwick, or Marc Maron, or Jeff Garlin or Jesse Thorn — I love these conversations, because invariably getting to know someone over the course of an hour or so often changes my entire perspective of them. Anyway, the Rogan podcast also changed my perception of him. I was particularly taken to him during the section in which he talked about Newsradio as many of you may know, Joe Rogan took a role originated by Ray Romano in the first pilot.
Jon Lovitz beats the shit out of Andy Dick at the Laugh Factory in L.A.
Long Overdue - Jon Lovitz Beats Up Andy Dick - DVD Talk Forum
July 17, -- IT was fight night at an L. Laugh Factory owner Jamie Masada, who witnessed the assault, said, "Jon picked Andy up by the head and smashed him into the bar four or five times, and blood started pouring out of his nose. All this just reminds me of that depressing last season of Newsradio where Lovitz replaced Hartman in the cast especially depressing considering that earlier in the series, Lovitz had guested on the show as 2 completely different and much funnier characters. Andy Dick may be a bona-fide, dyed-in-the-wool asshole, but he's not doing fucking Subway commercials. Or, you notice, talking to Dennis Douchenozzle Miller.
Lovitz Beats Up Dick: "All The Comedians Are Glad I Did It... He's A Disgusting Human Being"
It was fight night at an L. Laugh Factory owner Jamie Masada, who witnessed the assault, said, "Jon picked Andy up by the head and smashed him into the bar four or five times, and blood started pouring out of his nose. Lovitz and Dick have been at loggerheads since a Christmas party at Hartman's house, five months before his troubled wife Brynn flipped out, fatally shooting Hartman, then killing herself. Phil was furious about it - and then five months later he's dead," said Lovitz, adding that when he filled in on Hartman's "Newsradio" sitcom, "I told Andy, 'I wouldn't be here now if you hadn't given Brynn that cocaine. Last year, Lovitz related, a drunken Dick strolled up to his table at Ago in West Hollywood, rudely downed his guests' peach liqueur drinks, and "looked at me and said, 'I put the "Phil Hartman hex" on you - you're the next one to die.
Did ya hear the one about Jon Lovitz banging Andy Dick's head into a bar last week? How about the one about Dave Chappelle being hospitalized for "exhaustion" over the weekend? Even by the forgiving behavioral standards of show business, an industry that treats DUIs like parking tickets, stand-up comics manage to stand out as problem performers.