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  • (crowd clapping)

  • It's good to be back,

  • it's good to be back.

  • First of all,

  • I gotta mention you...

  • We'll talk about,

  • you were an intern here at the show?

  • I was an intern,

  • yeah.

  • The cage was right over there.

  • (host laughs)

  • Five years ago,

  • you were.

  • And this is what happens when people intern on our show,

  • they all become-

  • That's what happens.

  • Get your applications in.

  • Yeah.

  • (tongue clicking)

  • Thanks a lot.

  • Yeah, yeah. The money's good when you were an intern?

  • It is.

  • Did you have a good time when you were an intern

  • on this show?

  • I had a blast.

  • My job is actually to just hang out backstage with you

  • just before you went on.

  • And you'd run through some monologue jokes.

  • They always have a...

  • it's funny.

  • We always have a few interns back there

  • just to let them see what,

  • how it goes.

  • Yeah,

  • exactly.

  • And there was a one monologue joke that I remember so well,

  • and you were extremely funny,

  • but the joke was Pat Buchanan had his kidney stones removed

  • last week.

  • And he knew about them for a while,

  • but he just found out that the two kidney stones were gay.

  • (host laughing)

  • (crowd laughing)

  • I thought that was the funniest thing I'd ever seen.

  • So I started laughing and laughing.

  • And you were like,

  • "Do you think that's funny?"

  • And I said,

  • "Yeah".

  • And you were like,

  • "No,

  • you don't".

  • All you kids do is go home and smoke pot

  • and listen to Pearl jam.

  • (crowd Laughing)

  • I was like "yeah".

  • If that's what he thinks of us we are okay.

  • Get out of my lawn, those are my apples.

  • (crowd laughing)

  • You didn't know that I'm 64 years old.

  • Oh yeah,

  • that's me.

  • That's me- Hey that lawn.

  • That's a beautiful lawn back there.

  • It's beautiful back there.

  • It is,

  • it really is.

  • It's very nice. Let's talk about this is...

  • First of all,

  • we're all very happy for you.

  • You've done so well and I think one of the hardest parts

  • of your job now in the office is you work with Mr. Curral.

  • And he's such a funny guy,

  • We've had him here on the show a bunch...

  • But he's so funny.

  • How do you not laugh when you're working with him?

  • Cause you have to say stay straight.

  • Yeah,

  • the simple answer to that is you don't.

  • You break all the time.

  • He's nothing without writers, but yeah.

  • Once he gets going,

  • once he gets going

  • he actually...

  • The sad thing is,

  • now that we're in our second season,

  • he knows exactly how to get us laughing

  • Right.

  • And so he does this thing where every time

  • he gets slightly emotional,

  • I just lose it.

  • And so there was this one scene where he asked me

  • to help him and I didn't really want to help him.

  • And he says,

  • "I don't know.

  • I really have it tough.

  • And you know everybody in this office,

  • you think Santa has it tough, but Santa has elves.

  • Okay".

  • (crowd laughing)

  • And no one is elving me.

  • And I think I was under the desk at that point then

  • (host laughing)

  • (indistinct)?

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • That would be...

  • And so you get to also.

  • There's some adlibbing,

  • obviously going on,

  • He does.

  • You just hold on for dear life and try not to laugh.

  • Now we actually,

  • we come from a similar, pretty much the same place.

  • I'm from Brooklyn.

  • You're from Newton Massachusetts?

  • I am from Newton Mass.

  • So we're like grew up.

  • (crowd shouting)

  • They're not from there,

  • they just wanna listen to their applause.

  • That's true.

  • Yeah,

  • well I'm from right around you.

  • I've actually seen you walking your dog on the holidays.

  • What?

  • Oh,

  • yeah.

  • You see me walk.

  • Were you like following me in some pervy way?

  • (crowd laughing)

  • There He is,

  • yeah.

  • (interviewee smiling)

  • No,

  • I would never stop you because you looked like you were

  • having such a good time

  • and I didn't want you to start running.

  • Like I'm like "Cohen".

  • Was I alone?

  • No, you're with your dog, Hudson.

  • (crowd laughing)

  • How do you know my dog's name?"

  • He's six and a half years old and he like pedigree dog.

  • Probably at 6:15 PM.

  • Yeah.

  • This is all true.

  • Everything you've said.

  • That's very eerie,

  • dude.

  • Do you go back to Massachusetts much?

  • I do.

  • I go back a lot.

  • I was actually just there a couple days ago.

  • I just had a niece and,

  • so no applause?

  • (crowd shouting)

  • To hell with babies.

  • That was weird.

  • Isn't that weird they've plotted the Newton mass.

  • He said," I just had a niece".

  • "Nothing from us, bring up Newton again".

  • (crowd laughing)

  • Exactly.

  • So I was back there and I was at South station looking at

  • the board that takes over to tell you what track you're on

  • and some guy,

  • And this is great because Boston always keeps you humble.

  • I mean,

  • this guy was a just great stereotypical, Boston guy.

  • And he says, "John, John from the office"

  • and I go,

  • "Yeah".

  • And he's like,

  • "Love the show,

  • funniest show on television".

  • And I was like,'

  • "Oh, thank you so much".

  • And I was about to go over and say,

  • thank you for what?

  • And he's like,

  • "Yeah. Okay. Take care.

  • I almost missed my train,

  • take care,

  • buddy.

  • All right,

  • that's enough.

  • Easy there,

  • stalker.

  • Weirdo.

  • That is so true because,

  • when I go back,

  • they always sort of let you know,

  • you had nail.

  • Don't get too big on yourself.

  • Yeah.

  • I went,

  • I remembered flying into Logan Airport,

  • not too long ago.

  • It was like a year ago.

  • And I literally just walked out of the airport and just got

  • like to within,

  • I wasn't even going to get in the cab lines because

  • my brother was picking me up.

  • But I walked out of the airport and I just sort of was

  • walking around.

  • And you just walk out and I got to near the front of

  • the cab line and this guy's like,

  • " Hey, there TV star get in the back of the line"

  • (crowd laughing).

  • I didn't know that was my dad.

  • Yeah.

  • That was probably,

  • yeah.

  • He said,

  • "How's your dog Hudson".

  • (crowd laughing)

  • Oh man,

  • They let you know.

(crowd clapping)

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