Will has been on the show before and each time he adds to the life of a philosopher who makes his living as a comedian. He does a Will Rogers style approach of homespun cowboy and clever commentator of the unsuccessful workings of all our social institutions. He’s honest about his own shortcomings (of which there are many), but can forgive himself as graciously as he forgives others. To me he’s like a younger brother who has the itches of someone who can’t sit still so ends up traveling the world. It’s interesting to see places an people through his eyes and experiences.
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