News FLASHBACK: Robin Williams Was All Jokes in 1982 Interview After a Steamy Comedy Club Performance By Raphael Chestang 9:47 AM PDT, August 11, 2015 This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors. If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page. 34:42Watch Robin Williams Bring the Laughs in His First ET Interview …03:00Wendy Williams Snuggles Up to New 'Boyfriend'02:22Kylie Jenner Was Considering a Gender Reveal at Met Gala Before …00:35'NCIS': Watch the New Promo Featuring the First Footage From Sea…00:35Watch the First Promo for 'Grey's Anatomy' Season 18 and 'Statio…01:09The Toolbox Killer Revisited in Peacock Doc: Watch the Trailer (…03:35'The View' Co-Hosts Reunite in NYC for the First Time in Over a …01:38Nelly Talks Becoming the First Rapper to Star in ‘CMT Crossroads…02:41'The Voice': Watch Ariana Grande Make Her Coaching Debut in New …23:18Zendaya Shuts Down the Venice Film Festival Red Carpet, Rihanna …23:132021 Emmy Awards: Everything to Know About the Ceremony03:09John Travolta Had a Difficult Talk With Son Ben About Death Foll…08:08'90 Day Fiancé': Biniyam on Why He's 'Scared' to Lose His Family…13:2090 Day Fiancé: Angela Abruptly Leaves Tell-All, Says Marriage to…02:21Kristen Bell on ‘Queenpins’ and Onscreen Chemistry With Bebe Rex…03:00‘90 Day Fiancé’ Star Loren Gets Emotional Over Visiting Newborn …05:25John Cena on Wanting Dwayne Johnson to Hop Back Into WWE Ring (E…04:19'The Real's Adrienne Houghton and Loni Love Reunite With Tamera …01:41‘Candyman’s Yahya Abdul-Mateen and Teyonah Parris Talk Horror Fl… In honor of the one-year anniversary of Robin Williams' death, ET is looking back at our first time meeting the late actor on a hot New York City night. ET talked to Williams after Catch a Rising Star Comedy Club's 10th anniversary show in 1982. Even though the beloved comedian had just stepped off stage, the show was just getting started. VIDEO: Robin Williams Found Dead At Age 63"It's like a combination comedy club and sauna tonight but it's nice to lose weight and perform at the same time," Williams told Robin Leach who was reporting for ET. The comedian had just finished his Oscar-nominated movie The World According to Garp, which shaped his life in a major way."I learned that I want to have a family of my own," Williams said. "It's something I really strongly desire."The next year, Williams and then-wife Valerie Velardi welcomed son Zak, now 32. Williams later had two more children with his second wife Marsha Garces, Zelda, now 25, and Cody, 23. WATCH: ET's Last Interview with Robin WilliamsDespite his magnetic personality, Williams enjoyed his privacy, buying a property outside of Los Angeles in order to get away from it all. "You know you don't see a lot of sparrows building a nest in the subway," Williams explained. "You just want to go away some place really quiet. It's beautiful."As the interview came towards the end of the run of his popular sitcom, Mork & Mindy, Williams was just getting to experience the serenity he so greatly desired. WATCH: Robin Williams' Family Continues to Battle Over Comedian's Estate One Year After His Death"I feel so much calmer now. It's very peaceful to go, 'Aah,'" Williams said, sighing for effect. "It's nice to take a breather now. It's sad the series is over, and it's nice to kind of go, 'Look!'""I feel wonderful," he added, "and I feel real happy with my life and the people I'm surrounded with."