Especially with a comedy, you've got the clear cut goal of trying to make a scene funny. It's not like drama where you're trying to achieve some kind of emotion or trying to further the story along. You're trying to figure out what's the funniest way to do something.
I always laugh the hardest at the stuff you see in day-to-day life. It's great when somebody can tell a joke that really makes you laugh hard, but to see some kind of personal interaction that no one could write is so good. Those are always the things that make me laugh.
My dad was in a fraternity back in the 1950s, and they sound really fun back then. Nowadays they sound like they can get a little heavy-duty in terms of the hazing and the drinking. I'm not so much into the idea of being made to do a bunch of insane stuff just so I can have the privilege of hanging around certain people... That's probably why I was never in a fraternity.
The thing about being an actor is that you're in the business of not growing up. I never had to say to myself, "OK now, I've got to grow up and work for a bank, or go and sell real estate." I never had to make that kind of break.