The SiriusXM commercial advertising the channel "starring" this talentless one-trick pony whose one trick grew old and hackneyed more than a decade ago has him waxing poetic about how he was "discovered" after "entertaining" an audience of slack-jawed, tasteless yokels: As he was walking off the stage, Ron Schneider and David Spade walked up to him and said he was an awesome talent.
Because if you want to send someone to judge a comedian's talent, you can't do better than...Rob Schneider and David Spade. Seriously, if those two told me someone they heard at a comedy club was funny, I'd ask them how they could possibly know, having never approached Funny's zip code in their entire careers. Rob Schneider and David Spade think you're funny? Then the jury's still out as far as I'm concerned. Seriously, when Daniel Lawrence Whitney told me that he was discovered by Schneider and Spade, I thought that he was just telling another joke- one much funnier than any I'd ever heard him tell before. It's like someone boasting that Donald Trump told him that he had Class and Modesty.
Personally, I wouldn't watch two minutes of this guy's exaggerated Jim Foxworthy routine if you paid me. If anyone subscribes to SiriusXM to listen to this multi-millionaire pretend to be a hokey redneck, it's probably the same kind of person who watches Duck Dynasty and believes the stars of that show are just Reg'lar Folks Like You and Me and not the phony media products they are. Personally, I think one 30-second commercial for this played-out no-talent more than fulfills my daily get-r-done quota.