字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 -I was very jealous. I heard that there was a "SNL" children's talent show. -There sure was. It was pretty delightful, I got to say. -[ Laughs ] -I think it was -- I think it was Tina's brainchild. -Uh-huh. -And then she got our older kids to get together and plan it. And as you can imagine, it was -- It was pretty great. -So this is mostly sort of my era of women of "SNL" and their children doing a talent show on Zoom. -Yeah, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer, Paula Pell, Emily Spivey, and myself. And -- -And all four of your children performed? -No, mine were feeling a little shy that day. My youngest two performed. They claimed that they had jokes, which is always a little scary, because that's... -Yeah, terrifying. -...improvised. But they just ended up doing a lot of bickering in costumes for a while. I think my son was dressed as a hamburger. And he was bickering with my daughter who was holding a sword. So, you know, stuff like that. -Yeah. -Pretty run of the mill. -And you have a fair amount of wigs at your home, yes? -Yes, of course. -[ Laughs ] I'm happy to hear that. -[ Laughs ] -You're one of our nation's finest wig actors. I don't think you would argue that fact. -I'm really grateful to hold that moniker. I personally love a wig. I really love a wig. And I -- We did a Zoom birthday party for our good friend Paula Pell recently, and the wigs, the wigs came out flying. -The wigs were flying? -The wigs were flying, yeah. I don't know -- I can't remember what my character's name was anymore, but at some point, I had -- What's the -- I had a Merida wig on from "Brave." -From "Brave," yeah. -But it's so long and red that I looked nude. And then somehow we decided that she was -- She was like Carole Baskin but for dogs, so she had a dog sanctuary. She was pretty hateable. -Gotcha. -She was really hateable. -That's good. I see -- These are -- It's fun to do a talent show and find new characters. -Yeah, that's -- Listen, I got time, so that's -- That's what I do with my time. -[ Laughs ] I was wondering what you think. Have you watched any of the "SNL At Home"? Because I watched on Saturday. And I found it so -- It's all so fascinating to me, especially because there's a way they're doing "SNL" now that you and I have never experienced. Are you at all jealous that you don't get -- I mean, again, it's for a bad reason that they're doing it, but it does seem like it's bringing out some real creativity. -I think it's lovely. And I love the very first episode for that. I feel like it really held on to that spirit -- It reminded me so much of that spirit of when we worked at the show. -Yeah. -You know, when we worked there, it was after September 11th. I remember having to come into the writer's room and figure out what we were going to do in light of what was going on. I remember the day that they said, "Hey, there's anthrax in the building," and we had a show that week. And we lost our host, and then our host came back. I mean, these things all started flooding back in my head of, like, "Oh, yeah, we kept working." And there's a looseness and a joy and a goofiness in those episodes. And then -- And seeing Kenan in a blanket as a costume was like maybe my favorite. -Yeah, Kenan in a blanket's always going to be a winner. -It's the top of my list. But I have to say, it's pretty amazing to turn it on, you know, the next time they do "Saturday Night Live At Home," and people -- I mean, Brad Pitt playing Fauci. I mean, it's beautiful. It's all so beautiful, everybody pitching in and doing it -- seeing Tom Hanks host that first week, getting to meet people's cats, it's -- it's beautiful. It's the spirit of the show that I genuinely love the most. -Yeah, and I really have a ton of respect for what they're doing, because like you said, after 9/11, we were really lucky to be together. And the fact that they're doing it apart so that other people can feel that closeness is a really, really sweet, great undertaking. -It's -- Yeah. -I heard another -- I believe this was, again, the brainchild of Tina Fey's children that you adopted is the themed quarantine party, dinner party. -The themed dinner party is the -- I mean, I was so impressed with the initial idea. Tina sent a video of her girls putting together, like, a themed airline dinner. So, you have -- -How does this work? -So, you have -- You have a flight attendant. And the flight attendant comes around -- Everyone's VIP. Everyone gets moved to first class. -Gotcha. So you're just sitting in chairs in the house. -Sitting in chairs. Everyone gets an iPad. [ Both laugh ] And everyone gets their order taken. And then your dinner's brought to you. And then you have an iPad and possibly a glass of wine, and then you watch your show and eat in silence. -[ Laughs ] -It was magical. -And the kids love it. -Oh, they loved it. I've never seen a quieter dinner in my house. We actually didn't -- We didn't -- The kids -- The kids used the iPads. We just sat and had a really nice, quiet dinner. But it was pretty awesome. But, I mean, you know, my -- I have to say, there are so many incredible ideas going around on the Internet and from other kids. And I love the way everyone's just -- just figuring day by day out from that. My kids are obsessed with Disneyland. So then, they decided to have a Disneyland themed dinner one night. And we had -- They reenacted the rides. And then, I guess you can go on this site where it takes you through each ride, and my kids acted out the thing on "Cars" where the cars were coming and talking to us. And then we got in the bathtub at one point and did Jungle Cruise. It was -- -[ Laughs ] -Well, I'm so happy to hear how well you're getting through this. I'm so excited for everybody to see "The Willoughbys." And it is always such a delight to talk to you. -Thanks, Seth. -Maya Rudolph. -I love you. I hope you're well. I hope -- I'm sending love to everybody. Stay well. -Alright, love from our whole family to yours. See you soon, Maya. -Bye.