字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hello, again, and welcome to my house. [SIGHS] I don't know what I was doing. [LAUGHS] [LAUGHS] I'm not sure. tWitch, don't look at me like that. Hello again, and welcome to my house. Make yourself at home. Help yourself to anything in your fridge. I hope everybody is staying safe. Remember the rules. Stay home. Wash your hands. Keep 6 feet distance. Wear a mask. Don't talk about Fight Club. I before E, except after C. Those kind of things-- those are all the rules that I can remember right now. As we all know, there is nothing normal about what is happening. We all have to live in solitude. We wear masks. We sneak around without coming into contact with anyone. I tell you, when this is over, we're all going to be ninjas-- very, very good ninjas. [LAUGHS] That's funny. Thank you, Andy. You're welcome. Thank you. You know, wearing a mask used to be optional. But now, the health experts are saying that everyone should wear them. So today, I thought I would show you how to make a mask at home, just in case you haven't figured it out yet. These are from the CDC, which I believe is a big dance party in Vegas. [LAUGHS] [LAUGHS] That's a joke for my producer Claudia. Shout out to the audience department. Hi, Claudia. So I have all the supplies I need in my craft room. So let me go get that. OK, I'm back. And I'm kidding. I don't have a craft room. It's a wet bar. [LAUGHS] But this was in there. Thanks, Andy. You're welcome. All right. So these were all sent to me. And the good news is you don't need to know how to sew. You can make a mask with fabric and elastic bands. Pay attention to this, tWitch. You can use hair ties. I'm using hair ties for the first time in my life. OK, so it says here, you need a coffee filter. So I have a coffee filter right here. And I've been stealing these from our office break room for the last 17 seasons-- finally paying off. I also-- you know what I do? I use these to make little sun hats for my Precious Moments dolls-- these little hats. The first step is to cut these. [LAUGHS] Let's see. I've memorized it, but I'm going to look at it again. Cut this in half. Are you still cutting the first one? Yep. I want it to be perfect. Oh, my god. There. OK. That seems a little small. [INAUDIBLE] All right, anyway. And then you need fabric. It says you can start with a square piece of fabric, like a bandanna, which I am wearing. I'm not going to use mine. It's too pretty. Most of you probably have a bandanna. Because you're a cowboy or a gang member. [LAUGHS] But for the other third of my audience, you can use a scarf. You can use a sheet-- just anything you're not really needing. 20 by 20, they say. It's important for the material to be thick and tight. That's what it says. [LAUGHS] Yep. I knew you'd like that, Andy. [LAUGHS] How is the material supposed to be? [LAUGHS] Thick and tight. That's right. And it should be at least 20 inches. That's what she said. [LAUGHS] Again, that's [INAUDIBLE] [INAUDIBLE] I play to my audience. Yeah, right here. Yep, yep. All right, so then you fold it in half, OK? We're still on this mask? Yeah, yeah. OK. Fold it in half. Then you put the coffee filter in the center. Sorry I don't have a-- here, let me try it. Like that, OK? Then you fold it in half. And then you fold it in this-- and half, too. And then you fold this. (SINGING) The best part of waking up is Folgers in your face. (SINGING) --is Folgers in your cup. OK. Face-- sorry. That's all right. I just made up a little song. You didn't know I was going to do that. I know, but I sort of stepped on it. All right, then you fold it into each other. And the whole thing should be roughly the size of your face. So if you have a wide face, you make it a little bit bigger. If you have a long face-- cheer up. Why the long face? [LAUGHS] [LAUGHS] Oh, you're killing it today-- Thank you. Thank you, tWitch. --killing it. Thank you, Andy and tWitch. All right, you take the rubber bands. You put this on the side here, on each side. I'm really not helping, because you're not seeing what I'm doing. But then you put this in here. And then you tuck the sides into the middle of that. The quarantine is going to be lifted by the time you're done with this. [LAUGHS] You just mind your own business. You tuck this in. As RuPaul says, the tuck is the most important part. [LAUGHS] All right. All right, if you do it right, you should wind up-- OK, I didn't do it right. [LAUGHS] Someone else did it for me. Oh, my God. All right. [MUMBLING] That is the way it goes. All right. Did you do it? I think so. OK. I think so. I think I'm protected. OK. Anyway, that's the way it's supposed to go. Now you have a mask. You can go to any of the one or two places that we're allowed to go. All right, that was that. tWitch, do you have a mask? Or did you follow along with me, and you can make one at home? Now, listen, I did follow along, but I already started. I have a mask. Dad, I did have applesauce. You had applesauce? Yeah. Maddox just had applesauce, by the way. OK. Here's my mask. Oh, that's good. Let me see Maddox. Oh, look at that. Oh, I can't see, but-- there we go. Super cool. Maddox, do you want to say hi? Hi. Maddox. Hi, Maddox. Look at the hair-- how cute. How do you have such a cool mask? So my good friends-- the [INAUDIBLE],, actually-- they started selling these before masks were-- I mean, obviously, being snatched up for how they do now, they just wore them for style. So I had a couple on hand. Wow. Super cool. Of course you have the coolest mask, because-- I'm protected, and I could battle you, if you know what I mean. Yes. Yes. [LAUGHS] Don't you dare, because I will battle you, if you think you can battle me. [LAUGHS] I don't know what that is, but I'll-- House battle-- house battle, we're about to-- [LAUGHS] All right. You're super cool. You have a super cool mask. And you and Allison are just-- every single time I watch the two of you dance, it makes me happy. So let's show the people. [MUSIC - BRUNO MARS, "TREASURE"] (SINGING) --should never look so blue. You're everything I see in my dreams. I wouldn't say that to you if it wasn't true. Oh, oh, oh, oh, I know that you don't know it, but you're fine, so fine, fine, so fine. Oh, oh, oh, oh, girl, I'm going to show you that you're mine, all mine, mine, all mine. Treasure, that is what you are. Honey, you're my golden star. You know you can make my wish come true if you let me treasure you, if you let me treasure you. Oh, oh, oh. [CLAPPING] Thank you. I love it. I love it-- makes me very, very happy, very happy. Thank you. Now, tWitch, I want to ask you how your commute was to the living room this morning. No, it was clear. I got out before the rush, before everybody got up. It was clear, quiet. How about yours, Ellen? Good, good. Well, I'm happy you asked. Thank you. I missed my exit. I ended up in the broom closet. [LAUGHS] But I made it because, if there's one thing I know how to do, it's come out of the closet. [LAUGHS] That's a big fat joke right there, Ellen. That's a joke about my sexuality, in case there's any new viewers out there.