1010 WINS — It’s he, himself — Bobby Moynihan.

The SNL alum and star of the new CBS sitcom, Me, Myself & I, chatted with Brigitte Quinn about the unique premise of the show and his SNL days.

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Moynihan stars as Alex Riley in MM&I — a show about the defining moments in one man’s life over three distinct periods – as a 14-year-old in 1991, at age 40 in present day and at age 65 in the year 2042.

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“If you watch the pilot, it’s almost like that’s the whole series. It’s almost like there’s a beginning a middle and an end to the pilot but that’s what life is like. You could have the greatest, most life-changing experience — a 50 year love interest or a crush or something could culminate but what happens the next day? There’s always something right around the corner. That’s kind of what I love about the show.”

On why he left SNL after 9 years, Moynihan said a lot of changes were happening in his life. He got married and had a daughter. He also said, “SNL is a young man’s game,” and credits fellow SNL alum Amy Poehler with the following quote: “SNL is like  a good drug. You have to know when to quit.”

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Me, Myself & I, also starring John Larroquette and Jack Dylan Grazer, premieres Monday, Sept. 25 at 9:30 on CBS.