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  • -All right. Ready?

  • Here we go. -Are we good?

  • Did we get the distance and everything

  • and the noise and all that good?

  • -I think it's good, right?

  • My head was like this the first couple of weeks.

  • -Right.

  • -And I got letters and complaints.

  • -Well, you have got --

  • you have got a huge moon face anyway, though, haven't you?

  • You have got a huge face.

  • [ Both laugh ]

  • -I have a lot of face. I do have a big face.

  • -Too much face for the head. It goes around the side.

  • It goes around the side. -Yeah, it's almost like a lion.

  • -My hair is terrible.

  • Honestly, my hair is -- it's an atrocity in the back.

  • -But it looks very clean and posh.

  • -Yeah, 'cause if you don't see, I cut it in the mirror.

  • So I just cut what I can see.

  • [ Both laugh ]

  • -From behind, it's gonna be awful.

  • From the sides or from behind, yeah.

  • -Yeah. -How are you with Zoom?

  • Are you good with Zoom? I assume you're not.

  • -Um, hold on. Have we started?

  • -Oh, yeah. -I'm sorry --

  • [ Laughing ] I'm so sorry!

  • -I've gotten better at my job. -I was just having a talk.

  • I didn't know we'd started. Yeah, I like --

  • I'd never heard of Zoom like four weeks ago.

  • Now I'm using it all the time.

  • And for things like this, it's better for me

  • 'cause I don't need to sit anywhere near you.

  • You know what I mean? So, um...

  • Also, I don't have to get dressed up.

  • Like, I'm naked from the waist down.

  • So that's... -Yeah, that makes two of us.

  • [ Both laugh ]

  • Here's one hand. Here's one hand.

  • -You don't get depressed when you look down.

  • [ Both laugh ]

  • -I sadly -- I sadly do. [ Laughs ]

  • It humors me a little bit.

  • I laugh when I look down. -Yeah, exactly, yeah.

  • -Were you all set for the quarantine?

  • Were you fully stocked?

  • Do you have all your supplies? -Yeah, yeah.

  • I've always got enough booze in the house for a nuclear winter.

  • So that was -- that wasn't any different.

  • We have our shopping delivered.

  • -I mean, toilet paper -- Toilet paper was a big deal.

  • -Yeah -- no, as long as I got booze,

  • I don't care about toilet paper.

  • Honestly, I would swap my last toilet roll for a bottle of beer

  • if I didn't have anything else.

  • I'd use -- I'd use --

  • There's no substitute for beer and wine.

  • But, you know, there's books, there's grass.

  • We -- We -- [ Both laugh ]

  • -Books? [ Both laugh ]

  • -People don't got their values right.

  • -Dude, oh, my gosh.

  • -If people are fighting over toilet rolls

  • instead of booze there's something wrong.

  • -Dude, Charmin should come out with a book, a set of books,

  • where you just rip the page out.

  • -Yeah, exactly. You can substitute that.

  • You don't need the bidet.

  • I've never used a bidet in my life, you know?

  • That would come into its own, wouldn't it?

  • That would really...

  • -Hey, I've got to say, I loved "After Life," the first season.

  • I think, what a better time than now for season two to come back.

  • I think it's funny.

  • I think it's touching and moving.

  • I know we talked about it already with the first season,

  • but you really did it. It was great.

  • I loved it. -Thank you very much. Yeah.

  • It's about a man who's going through

  • the seven stages of grief, but it's funny, as well.

  • You know, he's trying to -- It asked the big question,

  • "If you lose everything, is life still worth living?"

  • and that's the premise of the show.

  • But it is --

  • -People are thinking about that now kind of more than ever.

  • They're going, "Hey, wow. I was doing a lot of stuff

  • that I didn't even think I could survive without,

  • and we are." -I agree.

  • And I think people are starting to realize what matters.

  • People are phoning their family more

  • or Zooming their family or Skyping their friends.

  • And I think that people are realizing that it is

  • those little things that matter,

  • and it is the things that you don't think you miss

  • until they're gone, and the show is about that,

  • the normal things in life.

  • A sort of savior, his dog.

  • You know, he nearly kills himself,

  • but the dog's hungry, and that gets him

  • enough to think, "Okay."

  • But, you know, the dog sort of metaphorically

  • and literally saves his life.

  • And I think that's true, as well.

  • I think pets are so important in this time.

  • -Yeah. -And dogs are --

  • You know how much I love dogs. I know you do.

  • They're just incredible. They're off the charts.

  • They're the best -- They're the best invention ever.

  • [ Both laugh ]

  • -They really are great.

  • I'm surprised my dog's not in here right now,

  • 'cause she's been all over me all day,

  • and maybe she just got tired of me.

  • -They must be loving it, that their --

  • their parents are home now, you know?

  • That must be great for a dog.

  • -Is she, or is she like, "Get out. I need my space"?

  • -I don't think dogs are like that.

  • I don't think dogs go, "Do you know what?

  • I need a little bit of time. I just got time to think."

  • A dog will just go, "Whatcha want to do?

  • Whatever you say, that's the best idea ever.

  • Do you want to go out? Yes.

  • Do you want to go home? Yes."

  • -[ Laughs ] -Everything's the best.

  • Everything's the best thing ever.

  • -Best to everything. Say yes to everything, yeah.

  • -You'll never walk into a dog, and it'll go, "Uh, I'm busy."

  • They're just -- they're there.

  • "What do you need? What do you need?

  • Do you need a kidney?

  • -They always say, like, "Let's go.

  • Party? Let's go." -Exactly, yeah.

  • You're a bit like a dog.

  • You're like a big puppy, aren't you?

  • You're always there, you're ready.

  • -I'm always ready, yeah.

  • I have a bigger head --

  • I have a bigger face than a puppy.

  • -[ Laughs ] Exactly.

  • You'll grow into it. You'll grow into it.

  • -[ Laughing ]

  • You know, we talked about different charities,

  • and if there's any one, and you just said, in general,

  • let's just help any animal charities right now, if we can.

  • -There's so many, and they're all so in need

  • more than ever now.

  • You know, even, like, pet rescue centers are in trouble.

  • There are so many --

  • Local rescue or ASPCA are great, nationwide.

  • So, yeah, if you can even just follow one

  • or donate a little bit, if you can,

  • it really, it really makes a difference.

  • And, you know, it's great that you're doing this, as well,

  • because things like this, people --

  • You know, they don't think about it.

  • You know, they think that everything's coming on,

  • and everyone is worried about themselves, quite rightly.

  • It's a tough time.

  • But all those things are still going on.

  • Animals are still in need.

  • They're still suffering, they're still being made homeless.

  • And that's one of the reasons that I do, you know,

  • probably do more for animals than any other charity.

  • Because they can't speak up for themselves, you know?

  • Except parrots, obviously. -[ Laughs ]

  • Do you think if you are a parrot,

  • you're basically on your own, at this point?

  • -They can call emergency services.

  • -[ Laughs ] -They can go, "I'm starving."

  • -[ Laughs ] -"I'm starving."

  • -Yeah, but don't you think that the paramedic

  • could hear that it's a bird calling?

  • -No. It could --

  • No, it could be just a strange little man.

  • [ Both laugh ]

  • -We're just laughing at ourselves.

  • Everyone at home is -- -I know. I know.

  • You've got to laugh. You've got to laugh.

  • -Yeah, you have to.

  • Ricky, you always make me laugh, you always make me happy.

  • Thank you for playing that game, even though you didn't want to.

  • And "After Life" is on Netflix. It is fantastic.

  • Season two. Keep it up, buddy.

  • And I really can't wait to see you in person.

  • I miss you. -Thanks, man.

  • See you soon. Stay safe.

-All right. Ready?

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Ricky Gervais在隔離區選擇啤酒和葡萄酒而不是衛生紙。 (Ricky Gervais Chooses Beer and Wine Over Toilet Paper in Quarantine)

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