“I was tired and it was starting to feel like a job, and I don’t want that because what sells my show is the authenticity and the conversations. I want to feel like doing it. Because otherwise I can cheat my guest. For the betterment of the product, treating the guests well and delivering great content for the consumer, I am taking a break in December to breath and refresh,” he said.
“I’ve got plans for January. I want to do a live ‘chop’. I am in talks with a 100 seater venue for a live chop and good night.”