Bob Odenkirk is getting honest about his time on Saturday Night Live.
During a current look on Tig Notaro’s podcast Don’t Ask Tig, the Better Call Saul star discussed it was hard for him to start out in funny, particularly his time as a author on the late-night sketch series from 1987 to1991
While at SNL, he stated, he was “unsure of myself. It was hard. It was existentially harmful. I had sensations of ‘I oughtto remove myself.’”
He continued, “I was too young when I got employed at SNL. That was not a excellent thing. That might’ve gone incorrect. That might’ve gone so wrong. It came this close so numerous times to going so wrong. You gotta think me.”
Odenkirk included that he had “no fucking idea” what he was doing and was truly “scared out of my wits” for years. While he was on the reveal, he composed for icons such as Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Mike Myers, Chris Farley and Tim Meadows.
Despite his hasahardtime on SNL, the star has formerly talked about how it wasn’t all b