David Cross is cursing his cab driver under his breath. He has been dropped off two blocks from where he needs to be and where he needs to be is pretty important, as his day is meticulously scheduled down to the penciled-in post-gym-class pizza slice between a meeting with an architect and his next interview.
This type of scrupulous planning may seem out of character for the 54-year-old comedian and self-described "New York Hollywood liberal atheist Jew" who forged a career from the absurdist sketch comedy of Mr. Show, an HBO series Cross co-created with Bob Odenkirk in 1995 after their gig on the short-lived Ben Stiller Show ceased.
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