A: I am so excited about our president that we have. I am so excited that she is our secretary of state. I know she's excited by the challenge and the work. Probably the economy happened, probably people started hurting and they listened to her message. I think she was very strong on the economy, and so people, I think, responded to that, saw the care that she had.
Q: Everyone remembers the theme song to "Cheers." Is there a place where "everyone knows your name"?
A: Home. My kids know my name. My wife knows my name. No, I don't have a watering hole.
Q: No watering hole?
A: No, we're homebodies. We're so boring.
Q: You now star on FX's "Damages" with Glenn Close. What's it like playing the bad guy?
A: Relaxing. Very relaxing. It's very relaxing to play the bad guy. Doing comedy is a lot of hard work. You can show up drunk, divorced and in a lousy mood, and the camera loves it when you're doing a drama.
This interview was condensed and edited.