Throughout the 1980s, when he was trying to break into comedy, actor Tom Arnold lived with other comedians in a house right across from the CC Club in Minneapolis. As Arnold describes in an interview for this week's cover story, he spent plenty of mornings, afternoons, and evenings at the CC during his days of youthful debauchery. His house frequently became the after party when the bar closed, at times just a temporary refuge until the place opened again at 8 a.m.
"Even the times things went sideways were great times to me."
Here's more from our interview with Arnold:More »