The iconic comedian, who enters his 90s on Thursday, tells The New York Times of still doing standup: "What I’ve learned is: I love the danger. This thing I thought I hated all my life, that’s why I was doing it. If the show is at 8, and it’s 6, what will I be doing? Pacing. After 60 years, still pacing. I like that feeling." Newhart says his "mind doesn't" feel 90. "I can't turn it off," he says. Newhart also reacted to The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel's husband stealing his act in the pilot. "He stole my act and he was terrible! Oh my God, I watched it," he says. "I think it’s a wonderful show." Newhart adds that he believes that when he dies he'll meet a God with an "unimaginable sense of humor." "I think if you lived a good life, some people say it is rapture," he says. "You spend the rest of your life in a state of rapture. That’d be nice. What I’m actually hoping is there’s the Pearly Gates and God’s there and he says to me, 'What did you do in life?' And I say, 'I was a stand-up comedian.' And he says: 'Get in that real short line over there.'"