A couple weeks ago, we highlighted Jon Huck’s hilarious Oktoberfest story on This Is Not Happening. Today, we present you with an exclusive interview with the funny man where we discuss everything from pooping outside to the comedians who actually make him chuckle.
At the end of the interview, we’ve embedded the video from his performance on This Is Not Happening so you can laugh once again. Without further ado, here’s the interview:
EveryJoe: How was your experience on This Is Not Happening? What’s your favorite part of this new show?
Jon Huck: Great. I had a great time doing the show. My favorite part was hearing everyone else’s great stories. There were so many great comics with great stories. They were all great to listen to. Great. Everything was/is great.
EJ: Since that fateful day, have you ever pooped outside again?
Jon: I have but it was when I was camping. I assume that one is still buried in the north woods of Wisconsin (where Germans cannot bother it).
EJ: So, did you ever make it back to Oktoberfest?
Jon: I have not made it back to Oktoberfest yet. When I go back I am going to hire a private detective to find my pants, belt and jacket… Germany can keep my shoes, socks and underwear (that’s their punishment for… you know… World War II and the band Scorpions…).
EJ: True or False: A chick is more likely to sleep with you if you can make her laugh.
Jon: “Frulse”? You have to be able to make her laugh but she also has to find you at least a little attractive physically. Just a smidge…
EJ: What’s your absolute favorite venue to perform your magic?
Jon: I only do close up magic and usually I just do it in front of a mirror or on a street corner.
EJ: Which comedians make you laugh?
Jon: Bill Burr, Doug Stanhope, my brother and anyone who can fart on cue.
EJ: If you had to get really, really drunk today, what would your alcohol of choice be?
Jon: If? Ok, “if” – beer. Whatever you’ve got in your fridge is fine… Unless it has lima beans in it… Then vodka.
EJ: For young comedians out there looking to break into the industry, what’s one thing they should know?
Jon: Do NOT eat two Okie Dogs before going on stage (although it could give you an amazing story to eventually tell on Ari’s show). My second piece of advice is NEVER listen to anything I say.