“I think we have a tendency to treat celebrities better just because they’re on TV,” says comedian London Brown to an audience. “If celebrities had regular jobs, it would be a totally different situation. I don’t care who you are, if Denzel Washington wasn’t the Oscar winner that we know, if he was just a regular brother that worked at gas station, we’d treat him in a totally different way.” Brown then imagines what it would be like if Denzel Washington were the clerk, dropping into a spot-on impression. “‘You want spicy Doritos? What’s wrong with regular Doritos? You don’t like regular Doritos?’ Denzel is the only actor in Hollywood who can say whatever he wants to say twice and nobody cares.” 18+; 21+ later shows.