417: What is your upcoming Branson show going to be about?
Y.S.: My campaign this year is “Make America Laugh Again.” I'm focused on helping people bring happiness back in their lives. When there’s laughter, there’s love and happiness.
417: What was it about Branson that you found yourself missing the most?
Y.S.: I’ll be honest, Branson is home. People are friendly, and people are happy. When I get to Branson, I am recognized, and I feel liked and loved. Emotionally, Branson is a lot more close to me than LA, and my best friends are here. It’s a great life.
417: How did all of your years in Branson help prepare you for your endeavors in LA?
Y.S.: Branson made me a business person. Prior to that I was just a comedian traveling with my suitcase. When I am in full operation in Branson, I have 60 people working for me. I never had that experience before. Being an owner and president of a legitimate business helps me tremendously in my studies for my doctorate degree in global studies. It gives me a perspective on life different than what I had when I was traveling all by myself.