Not My Job: Comedian Richard Lewis Gets Quizzed On Confidence Comedian Richard Lewis has made a successful career out of being a nervous, complaining, chronic worrier. So we're going to ask him three questions about "how to become a badass."
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Not My Job: Comedian Richard Lewis Gets Quizzed On Confidence

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Not My Job: Comedian Richard Lewis Gets Quizzed On Confidence

Not My Job: Comedian Richard Lewis Gets Quizzed On Confidence

Not My Job: Comedian Richard Lewis Gets Quizzed On Confidence

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Richard Lewis attends AFI's 41st Life Achievement Award Tribute to Mel Brooks at Dolby Theatre on June 6, 2013 in Hollywood.
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Comedian Richard Lewis has made a successful career out of being a nervous, complaining, chronic worrier. He's just released a retrospective DVD set called Bundle of Nerves.

We've invited Lewis to play a game called "The secret, my young friend, is confidence." Three questions about how to be a badass, taken from the WikiHow article, How to Become a Badass.