字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 -Our next guest is one of our favorites. You know her from "Parks and Rec." She also stars in "Good Girls," which you can see Sunday night, on NBC. Please welcome back to the show Retta, everybody. -Hi! -Hi, Retta. So, we famously went day drinking together, and I was wondering if you'd do me the honor of Zoom drinking with me just for a moment. -I was prepped. -All right. Here's to you. -I made my caipirinha. -Mmm. And has that long been a Retta drink? -For a couple years now. It's my fave. And I'm not a good bartender, so that was strong. -How are you -- Are you a good social distancer? How are you handling quarantine? -Yeah. I've been good. I've found that, even though I don't really have much to do other than sometimes doing a Zoom for, quote unquote, "work," my days are still kind of busy. Granted, I don't get out of bed before 1:00. -Right. -But at least the day is short. -You had a big -- You had a big birthday. You turned 50. Congratulations. -Thanks. [ Laughs ] It was good. It was actually pretty good. -Any good gifts? Anything new? -Yeah. I got a bike. -Well, well, it's very nice. And how is it going so far? -It's a little -- I haven't ridden a bike in over 25 years. [ Both laugh ] -They say it's like riding a bike. -Yeah, it's not. [ Both laugh ] It's probably been like actually 30 years, if not longer. I do stationary bikes, so luckily, they -- Because they knew better. Because if the seat's not that right height, either it's too high, and then, I'm scared that I'm gonna fall off 'cause my feet don't touch the ground, or if the seat's too low, because I have bad knees, I have to bend my knees too much when I pedal, and then, it's painful. So I'm still figuring out the height that works. I just ordered a stepstool so I can just get on it. -There you go. -But they bought me -- they also bought me a trainer, so I can lock the back wheel in, and I can ride it in my house, like a stationary bike. -I get to follow your life a little bit because of Instagram, and I know that you had a very stressful trip to the post office. -I've been there twice before, but I think I've been there later, so it wasn't so crowded. And I got there -- First of all, there was a line to get in the parking lot. I was like, "This is a little bit crazy." I thought it was a -- I'm like, "Why are all these people here?" What are you all mailing?" I get in, I go to go inside. You see this long line of people waiting to talk to a teller, which I was like, "You're insane." So I was in the vestibule getting ready to put my stuff into the little mailbox that you can put boxes in, and there was a woman ahead of me. And she put a box that was too big, and so she couldn't close the thing. So, mind you, I'm a big scaredy cat. So, this was before they told us to wear masks, so I'm holding my breath. She -- Her box gets stuck, so she comes up to me to tell me that, and I'm like, "All right." [ Both laugh ] Okay. So she goes inside to tell them about the issue. I've been holding my breath too long, so I go outside to get air, but at that point, I've gone too far, and I've done it for too long. And I don't know if you've ever passed out. I have. And just before I pass out, you know, the darkness starts closing in on my eyes, and so I leaned against a pole, because I was scared that either if I pass out, one, people are gonna try to help me, and I don't want the corona... -Right. -...or they're not gonna help me, and I'm gonna die... -Outside a parking lot, yeah. -Outside of the post office. -Outside a post office. -Ugh! So, I get in my car to kind of decide, "Am I gonna wait for them to fix this thing so I can drop off these boxes?" 'Cause I don't want to come out again. You know, I've already taken the risk, at this point. And I hear someone yelling, "Hey, hey," and I'm thinking they're talking to the woman next to me. This woman comes up to my car. Now, mind you, she's wearing a mask, gloves, all of it, so she's prepped. -She's ready for it. Perfect person in a moment like this. -But comes up with a pen and a notebook, and is like, "Aren't you that girl from 'Good Girls'?" And I was like, "Yeah." And she's like, "Can I get your autograph?" And I was like, "Hey." -[ Laughs ] -I need you to slow it up a little bit. And I was like, "Clearly, you know it's a pandemic, so if you would keep your distance..." So, I, like, reached out my car and signed it really quickly. It doesn't look like my name, I'm certain of that, because I was so scared of catching whatever virus she might have been carrying. -It's so interesting, because I do feel as though no one asks for an autograph anymore because all they want is selfies. I do think she appreciated it's not an okay time for selfies. Maybe autographs are gonna make a comeback right now. -I kind of wish she had just asked, "Can I take a picture of you?" -Yeah. -From where she was. -This may be better.