The strange secrets of humor, fear and a guy who makes big money making little people laugh.
By Gene Weingarten
Sunday, January 22, 2006; W10
The Great Zucchini arrived early, as he is apt to do, and began to make demands, as is his custom. He was too warm, so he wanted the thermostat adjusted. It was. He declared the basement family room adequate for his needs, but there was a problem with the room next door. Something had to be done about it.