I knew Leah through family friends. Friends of mine worked with her. I had written songs with her husband—nice guy. Always seemed like he was just happy to have the meal ticket, kind of—not too willing to upset the balance, that was easily upsettable.
My wife and her friends, they were friends with Leah. And, whatever—a party or something—and she’d [Michael’s wife] just always, you know, just be a little unnerved. Like, feeling small after an encounter, you know. That was the—that was the—I think the unfortunate thing that I saw—was she [Leah] would try to make herself propped up by putting other people down. And that’s just unpleasant to be around. So, you know, as, “Ooh, it’s really funny because I’m a comedian.” It’s, like, yeah, but it’s not funny, really, you know, especially with your friends. You know, it’s like that’s—“Oh, but oh, but ah, oh they can’t take it.” Well, take what? What should they actually have to take?