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  • Your style is not that easily packed into a short set,

    你的風格不是那麼容易就能裝進短小的套路里的。

  • 'cause you tend to be more a story teller, long form.

    因為你更傾向於講故事,長篇大論。

  • You take your time.

    你慢慢來

  • And these are all compliments.

    而這些都是恭維。

  • You're not just calling me lazy.

    你不只是說我懶。

  • (both laughing)

    (兩個笑)

  • Yeah, take your time.

    是啊,慢慢來

  • Tell these stories.

    告訴這些故事。

  • He's always got an excuse.

    他總是有一個藉口。

  • You're more of a marathoner and I'm going hey,

    你更像是一個馬拉松運動員,而我卻要嘿。

  • I've got this 50-yard dash I want you to run.

    我想讓你跑50碼的短跑

  • Yeah, and also you're the first person

    是啊,而且你是第一個人。

  • to ever call me a racer of any kind.

    曾經叫我一個賽車手的任何形式。

  • (lively music)

    (活潑的音樂)

  • [JP] A lot of work goes into a short

    [JP]很多工作要在一個短的時間內完成

  • late-night stand up set.

    深夜站立集。

  • Join me, JP Buck, as I spotlight the comedians

    和我一起,JP Buck,我將聚焦喜劇人

  • who came up with some of my favorite Conan sets.

    誰想出了一些我最喜歡的柯南套裝。

  • This is The Set Up.

    這就是 "設置"。

  • [Conan] Please welcome back to our show,

    歡迎回到我們的節目中來

  • very funny guy Shane Torres.

    非常有趣的傢伙Shane Torres。

  • Let's talk about this Guy Fieri set.

    讓我們來談談這套Guy Fieri套餐。

  • How does this thought come to you?

    你怎麼會有這種想法?

  • I always wanted to tell jokes

    我一直想講笑話

  • that nobody else could tell, right?

    沒有人可以告訴,對不對?

  • Like, meaning they were mine.

    就像,意思是他們是我的。

  • That's him, it sounds like him right away.

    就是他,聽起來就像他。

  • One of the things I would always see people doing

    我總是看到人們在做的一件事。

  • as far as subject matter goes was just be like,

    至於題材就是要像。

  • the easiest way to say something is shitty

    俗話說得好:"說得好聽點就是爛貨

  • is it's like Guy Fieri blah, blah, blah.

    是它像Guy Fieri blah,blah,blah。

  • It was something I saw people doing forever.

    這是我看到人們永遠在做的事情。

  • And really I thought it was

    而我真的認為這是

  • kind of a dumb way to pack a parachute.

    一種愚蠢的方式來包裝一個降落傘。

  • It just was unimaginative to me

    對我來說,它只是沒有想象力而已

  • and not really well researched

    而不是真正的研究

  • and just very much in my mind a bit lazy

    只是在我看來,非常多的有點懶惰

  • when I would see it a bunch.

    當我會看到它的一堆。

  • Not even to say it doesn't work,

    甚至可以說沒有用。

  • but it wasn't something I found terribly exciting.

    但這不是我覺得非常興奮的事情。

  • It was like top 40 radio to me.

    對我來說,這就像前40名的電臺。

  • So I kinda thought, well what's different?

    所以我有點想,好吧,有什麼不一樣?

  • Just think about it for a second,

    想一想就知道了。

  • 'cause it's also the opinion everybody held about him.

    因為這也是大家對他的看法。

  • At the time was just unanimous that he sucked, you know?

    當時只是一致認為他很爛,你知道嗎?

  • And I was like, maybe he doesn't.

    我當時想,也許他沒有。

  • Well, let's find out.

    好吧,讓我們來看看。

  • It started with the very opening line of the joke,

    這是從笑話的開頭一句話開始的。

  • that's the one thing that didn't

    那是唯一沒有的事

  • really change ever that much.

    真的改變過那麼多。

  • Can someone please explain to me

    誰能給我解釋一下?

  • what the hell Guy Fieri ever did to anyone?

    Guy Fieri到底對誰做過什麼?

  • The first time I did it

    我第一次做的時候

  • I did it at Whiplash on the West Side of Manhattan

    我在曼哈頓西區的 "鞭子 "做的。

  • and it got a huge pop.

    並獲得了巨大的爆款。

  • I remember it being, oh this is a good joke

    我記得它是,哦,這是一個很好的笑話,

  • because I had to follow Judd Apatow.

    因為我必須跟著賈德-阿帕圖。

  • (both laughing) So I was like, well if I'm keeping up

    (兩個笑) 所以,我當時想,好吧,如果我跟上

  • with the kind of Hollywood, I'm doing all right.

    與好萊塢的那種,我做的一切權利。

  • (lively music)

    (活潑的音樂)

  • It would be hard to do a bit like this,

    要做到這樣的一點就很難了。

  • say back in like the '80s before social media,

    說回到像80年代之前的社交媒體。

  • before this sort of uniformity of thought

    在這種思想統一之前

  • of where people are sort of just the hive mind

    在那裡,人們是那種只是蜂巢的思想

  • of like, oh that guy hates it?

    的喜歡,哦,那傢伙討厭它?

  • Yeah, I'm on board with that.

    是的,我同意。

  • Yeah, it just kinda became negativity

    是啊,它只是有點變成了負面情緒

  • was just an opinion on him, but it wasn't informed.

    只是對他的看法,但並不瞭解情況。

  • And it's kind of a way people are in general,

    而這也是一般人的一種方式。

  • just like, ah that person sucks, this sucks, that sucks.

    就像,啊那個人很爛,這個很爛,那個很爛。

  • And there was never okay, sure.

    而且從來沒有還好,肯定。

  • I understand how to react to something

    我明白如何對一些事情做出反應

  • when you don't like it,

    當你不喜歡它。

  • but I also think you should still explain it.

    但我也覺得你還是應該解釋一下。

  • Also, how often do you need

    另外,你多久需要

  • to hate someone like Guy Fieri?

    討厭像Guy Fieri這樣的人?

  • Really, is he ever in your house,

    真的,他曾經在你的房子。

  • is he in your place of work,

    是他在你的工作地點。

  • are you interacting with him?

    你在和他交流嗎?

  • Why carry around that?

    為什麼要帶著這個?

  • And then there was a guy I met,

    然後有一個人我遇到了。

  • and I thought this was actually very interesting.

    我覺得這其實是非常有趣的。

  • You don't even know you do it,

    你甚至不知道自己在做什麼。

  • but a guy in Austin, I think his name is Brendan K O'Grady,

    但在奧斯汀的一個傢伙,我想他的名字是布倫丹K O'Grady。

  • and he goes, hey that bit's great,

    他去,嘿,位的偉大。

  • and just so you know, I make fun of him,

    只是讓你知道,我取笑他。

  • but the very first thing I do whenever I'm on the road

    但每當我在路上的時候,我做的第一件事就是

  • is see if Guy Fieri's been to a restaurant there.

    是看看Guy Fieri是否去過那裡的餐廳。

  • (both laughing)

    (兩個笑)

  • What I love also

    我也喜歡

  • is you come right out of the box

    是你從盒子裡出來的

  • delivering that first line.

    提供第一條線。

  • You're not worrying about an opener.

    你不擔心開瓶器。

  • You're not trying to do how's everybody.

    你不是想做如何的人。

  • I don't know if you remember this, we talked about it.

    不知道你還記不記得,我們談過這個問題。

  • You called me and were like hey,

    你打電話給我,像嘿。

  • I love the bit and I think it's gonna do great,

    我喜歡這個位子,我想它會做得很好。

  • but it is all one bit.

    但這都是一個位。

  • So just so you know, if they don't like it, you can't-

    所以你要知道,如果他們不喜歡,你不能... ...

  • it's not The Cellar at 1:30.

    1點半的時候不是 "酒窖"。

  • You can't pivot out of it.

    你不可能從這裡轉出。

  • (JP laughing) You can't be like where was he going

    你不會是要去哪裡吧?

  • with that Guy Fieri thing and then two minutes later

    與蓋伊-菲力的事情,然後兩分鐘後,

  • it's all everything bagels or whatever.

    它的一切百吉餅或什麼的。

  • So I did think maybe I should just give them

    所以我想也許我應該給他們...

  • one very soft thing, just to get them, hey real quick.

    一個很軟的東西,只是為了讓他們,嘿嘿真快。

  • But then I was kinda like, ah (beep) it.

    但後來我就有點想,啊(嘟)了。

  • It's a little more fun to just be excited

    興奮就好了,更有意思了

  • and see how it goes.

    看看它是如何去。

  • (lively music)

    (活潑的音樂)

  • Can someone please explain to me

    誰能給我解釋一下?

  • what the hell Guy Fieri ever did to anyone?

    Guy Fieri到底對誰做過什麼?

  • (audience laughing)

    (觀眾笑)

  • Y'all know who I'm talking about, the celebrity chef?

    你們都知道我說的是誰,那個名廚?

  • People shit on that dude all the time

    人們一直在罵那個傢伙

  • and as far as I can tell

    據我所知

  • all he ever did was follow his dreams.

    他所做的一切都是為了追尋他的夢想。

  • (audience laughing)

    (觀眾笑)

  • You understand, people are horrible

    你明白的,人是很可怕的

  • to a television personality

    對電視人

  • and he didn't do anything wrong.

    他沒有做錯任何事情。

  • Here's what he did do, America.

    這是他做的事,美國。

  • The audiences sometimes at late night sets

    觀眾有時在深夜的演出中

  • in studios can be a little tight.

    在演播室裡可能有點緊。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • And that line, I've seen every time gets a huge pop,

    而這句話,我每次看到都會有很大的彈幕。

  • and deservedly so. Every once in a while we get audience,

    而且當之無愧。偶爾我們也會有觀眾。

  • they're not as great as other audiences.

    他們不像其他觀眾那樣偉大。

  • That happens everywhere.

    這種情況到處都有。

  • Yeah, they're kinda leaning in going,

    是啊,他們還挺傾向於去。

  • okay where are you going with this?

    好吧,你要去哪裡 與此?

  • You know, when you're doing these big sets,

    你知道,當你在做這些大的套路時。

  • I'm sure everyone's told you this,

    我相信大家都跟你說過了。

  • but you're like, oh my first little thing

    但你就像,哦,我的第一個小東西,

  • didn't get the thing, didn't get what I expect of it.

    沒有得到這個東西,沒有得到我所期望的東西。

  • And you're like ah (beep).

    你就像啊(嗶)。

  • God, I feel like I've been up here an hour already.

    天啊,我感覺我已經在這裡呆了一個小時了。

  • (both laughing)

    (兩個笑)

  • And you're like 20 seconds in.

    而你就像20秒。

  • I'm such a (beep) tin man armor kinda guy,

    我就是這樣一個(嗶)鐵皮人盔甲挺多的人。

  • 'cause I remember thinking it would just get this loud pop

    "因為我記得我以為它只是會得到這個響亮的流行音樂

  • and then I was just gonna rev in

    然後,我只是要去轉速

  • and hit them for four and a half minutes

    並打了他們四分半鐘

  • or whatever it is, you know?

    或者不管它是什麼,你知道嗎?

  • And I then I remember it feeling,

    而我呢,我記得它的感覺。

  • good, like it worked,

    很好,就像它的工作。

  • but it wasn't what I was expecting.

    但這不是我所期望的。

  • And then I remember I kinda felt like

    然後,我記得我有點感覺像

  • I was moving a little faster.

    我走得比較快。

  • You've got them already,

    你已經得到了他們。

  • but I can definitely tell you've got

    但我可以肯定地說,你已經得到了

  • a little bit of a task ahead of you,

    有點任務在前。

  • of going okay, this group of people

    的去還好,這群人

  • needs a little softening up.

    需要一點點軟化。

  • He started a company where he hires everybody,

    他開了一家公司,在那裡他僱傭了所有人。

  • he pays more than minimum wage,

    他付的錢比最低工資還多。

  • he gives health benefits before he has to,

    他給了健康福利,才不得不。

  • he has a non-profit where he gives pretzel making machines

    他有一個非營利性的地方,他給椒鹽捲餅製造機。

  • to schools so they can fundraise.

    到學校,以便他們能夠籌集資金。

  • I know that one sounds like I made it up,

    我知道這個聽起來像是我編的。

  • but I swear to Christ it's true.

    但我向上帝發誓,這是真的。

  • (audience laughing)

    (觀眾笑)

  • You also have phrases that work really well,

    你還有一些短語,非常好用。

  • that are purely yours.

    純粹是你的。

  • I swear to Christ.

    我向上帝發誓

  • In other words, I don't write jokes well,

    換句話說,我的笑話寫得不好。

  • so I have to figure out a way to say things that are funny.

    所以我必須想辦法說一些有趣的事情。

  • I would not agree with that.

    我不同意這種說法。

  • I don't write them like punch liney,

    我寫得不像衝鋒陷陣。

  • like someone who is great,

    喜歡一個人誰是偉大的。

  • but I'm not like him at all, Sam Morril.

    但我一點也不像他,薩姆・莫瑞爾。

  • His act is very punchy and very dense.

    他的表演非常有衝擊力,非常密集。

  • I think I have to just be like here I am,

    我想我必須要像這裡的我一樣。

  • this dumb country rube with all these weird sayings

    這個愚蠢的鄉下人有很多奇怪的說法

  • or whatever.

    或什麼的。

  • (both laughing)

    (兩個笑)

  • I like writing that way.

    我喜歡這樣寫。

  • It's a fun way to be creative

    這是一種有趣的創意方式

  • and not take an easy way out and just say,

    而不是採取簡單的方式,只說。

  • it's the craziest thing ever.

    這是最瘋狂的事情了。

  • You know, that's kinda lazy writing.

    你知道嗎,這樣寫還挺懶的。

  • So it's funner to embody a good turn of phrase, if you will.

    所以,如果你願意的話,體現一個好的轉捩點是比較有趣的。

  • He works with Special Olympics athletes

    他與特奧會運動員一起工作

  • and if you need a little more sugar with this medicine,

    以及如果你需要多加一點糖與此藥。

  • he also officiated a gay wedding.

    他還主持了一場同志婚禮。

  • Yeah, but because he has flames on his shirt

    是啊,但因為他的襯衫上有火焰。

  • (audience laughing)

    (觀眾笑)

  • everybody shits all over this dude

    每個人都在這傢伙身上拉屎

  • like he's a member of Nickelback.

    就像他是Nickelback的成員。

  • (audience laughing)

    (觀眾笑)

  • And by the way, what the hell did Nickelback ever do?

    對了,Nickelback到底做了什麼?

  • (audience clapping)

    (觀眾鼓掌)

  • They made 40 million bros happy?

    他們讓4000萬兄弟高興了?

  • Yeah, you don't want them walking around pissed off.

    是啊,你不希望他們走來走去生氣。

  • That's how we ended up in this mess.

    所以我們才會落得如此狼狽。

  • The Nickelback thing, did that start out

    Nickelback的事情,是一開始

  • as just a line and suddenly you were like,

    作為只是一條線,突然你就像。

  • oh wait, I can actually mine this a little more for a joke?

    哦,等等,其實我可以挖掘這一點更多的笑話?

  • It started out as an is like joke,

    開始是一個是喜歡開玩笑。

  • which is not a thing I'm a huge fan of,

    這不是一個東西我很喜歡。

  • but I think you can take them further.

    但我認為你可以把他們進一步。

  • It's just the first step up the stairs.

    這只是上樓的第一步。

  • But I said it, and I was like that's good, it'll work.

    但我說了,我當時就想這很好,會有用的。

  • It's another thing people dog for no reason.

    這又是一件讓人無緣無故狗血的事情。

  • I didn't research.

    我沒有研究。

  • They're not researched in the bit the way Guy Fieri is.

    他們不像Guy Fieri那樣有研究的位。

  • (JP laughing)

    (JP笑)

  • So they may actually be horrible people.

    所以他們可能真的是可怕的人。

  • Yeah, they might be, but I saw somebody write,

    是啊,他們可能是,但我看到有人寫。

  • I think, about that guy from Nickelback,

    我想,關於Nickelback的那個傢伙。

  • like he's a genius because he knows

    就像他是一個天才,因為他知道。

  • exactly what people want and that's what he gives them.

    正是人們想要的,而他也給了他們什麼。

  • And I was like, hey man that's a (beep) very good point.

    我當時就想,嘿,夥計,這是個(嗶)非常好的觀點。

  • I think I read it on Consequence of Sound

    我想我是在 "聲音的後果 "上看到的。

  • or something like that.

    或類似的東西。

  • I was like, I wish I could credit whoever wrote it,

    我當時就想,我希望我可以把它歸功於誰寫的。

  • but it's like yeah, that's true.

    但它像 是啊,這是真的。

  • It's just right there.

    它就在那裡。

  • That's what they want.

    這就是他們想要的。

  • They want to rock just enough.

    他們想要的是足夠的搖滾。

  • (JP laughing) And he gives it to them every time.

    他每次都會給他們。

  • Nobody gives anybody a seven out of 10

    沒有人給任何人7分,10分

  • like Chad Kroeger from Nickelback.

    像Nickelback的Chad Kroeger

  • (both laughing)

    (兩個笑)

  • And look, I get it.

    你看,我明白了。

  • I don't want to hang out with Guy Fieri either, okay?

    我也不想和Guy Fieri混在一起,好嗎?

  • I know he looks like a Hot Topic manager

    我知道他看起來像個熱門話題經理

  • moonlighting at a Friday's.

    在星期五的兼職。

  • But he didn't do anything wrong.

    但他並沒有做錯什麼。

  • Well, what else has he done, Shane?

    那麼,他還做了什麼,肖恩?

  • I'm so glad you asked.

    我很高興你問了。

  • He goes around the country to small businesses

    他到全國各地去找小企業

  • and gives them free advertising

    並給他們提供免費的廣告

  • on a national platform on a weekly basis,

    在國家平臺上,每週一次。

  • advertising those small businesses

    廣告那些小企業

  • could never afford themselves with his own television show.

    自己的電視節目,自己永遠也負擔不起。

  • But because his hair looks like he was electrocuted

    但因為他的頭髮看起來像被電擊過一樣

  • while drinking Mountain Dew

    邊喝山露水邊

  • (audience laughing)

    (觀眾笑)

  • people act like we need to saw his head off

    人們的行為就像我們需要鋸掉他的頭。

  • and put it on the internet.

    並把它放在互聯網上。