If you're a stand-up comedian and want to appear on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, then it certainly helps to be a little bit different and be showcasing your differences as a popular fixture in New York City's indie comedy scene.
At least that's the current booking trend in 30 Rock's Studio 6B, and Rory Scovel is no exception to that rule. You've read about Scovel on this site before. Scovel is the kind of comedian who is not afraid to play with and flip an audience's expectations of him, sometimes doing full sets in a character without ever acknowledging he is in character. His performance from last night on Late Night is a bit more traditional, if anything Scovel does is traditional stand-up.