“I want it all to be clean and family-friendly so kids can listen to it, and grandparents can listen to it,” Steve Simeone says of his comedy. “I want it to just be a celebration of life. The world is so crazy right now; it doesn’t take a genius to tell you what’s wrong and to focus on that. We’re all experiencing this together.” It took a while for Simeone to come to this point of view. “The most important things in life we take for granted,” he says, “like watching a ballgame with your dad.” This past February, he had a chance to watch, with his father, his hometown Eagles win the Super Bowl. “I flew down to Florida to watch it with him. That’s better than a Rolls Royce or a mansion.” He’s also making transitions in his day-to-day life. “I was in Texas recently,” he explains, “and I woke up, grabbed a cup of coffee, and out of habit I said ‘good morning’ to someone and they said it back to me.” He was stunned. “So, I just walked around with my coffee and said ‘good morning’ to everyone because that doesn’t happen in L.A.” 16+.