He's having fun, but Engvall also is considering retiring from the on-the-road comedy circuit.
"I'm 55. I now know why old people eat at 4:30," he said. "I told my wife the other night it's time for me to call it in a bit. I've been doing this for 33 years."
Make no mistake, this doesn't mean retiring from everything.
Engvall also has a busy television career, the most recent of which is a pilot for a TBS sitcom about a group of people who work in a home improvement store. Engvall's character is a former Circuit City executive who finds the only work he can is at the store, where he does jobs like carry potting soil.
He said the TV work is grueling, but he can put in a full day and go home at night.
He finds memorizing a script to be easy.
"You would think it was hard, but it's not. I can't remember how to get home, but I can look at a piece once or twice and have it memorized. I love it.
"I enjoy the acting part because it's fun to crawl into someone else's skin."
Whether on the road or working on a TV show, Engvall said he keeps his work in perspective.
"To me, grueling is busting rock with a jackhammer. I can say, 'I'm making a TV show.' I'm not cleaning a Porta Potty."
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