It sucks to be nice, and Pete Lee does it better than anyone. He hopes no one will be offended by his jokes about drugs, motion sensor sinks, people pleasing and avoiding conflict. He’s just so darn pleasant. So grab a drink and laugh – Pete knows you’ll probably get up to pee or take a phone call during the show, and he’s cool with it.
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