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  • -Thank you for playing Catchphrase.

  • Is that a game you guys played before?

  • -Yeah. Like I said, I've played with my sister.

  • We drink a bottle of Hennessy, me and my sister.

  • -Yeah. -It's usually not Catchphrase.

  • It's more like Roasting People?

  • "You got a big-ass head, boy!"

  • -Yeah, yeah, yeah. You just do that.

  • Because I saw -- I watch the show.

  • And I saw you guys play a game the other night with --

  • And this is so you.

  • You were playing with Desus because he doesn't --

  • -Oh, yes. -He doesn't recognize...

  • -Caucasians. -Caucasian celebrities.

  • -Okay, yeah. Yeah. White celebrities.

  • -He has problems with that. -Yeah, you do, 'cause you --

  • -You know what it is? Because I have such a pure heart, I don't see color, so...

  • -That's right. -That's probably what it is?

  • -His soul is colorless.

  • -You've been on my show five times,

  • and every time, you've called me Jimmy Kimmel.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -I mean -- -Every time!

  • I go, "Dude, we know -- I've been on your show."

  • -I mean, I just don't see color, Jimmy.

  • -You really don't. -I don't.

  • -You named names, and he had no idea?

  • -No idea. Also, he doesn't know names, either.

  • He's telling me there's a guy called in "Avengers"

  • called Chris Pine.

  • -I mean, I thought it was Chris Pine!

  • Who can tell the difference between Chris Pratt,

  • Chris Evans, and Chris Pine? Raise your hand.

  • [ Laughter ] One guy in the back.

  • -Yeah, one guy. -And that's Chris Pratt's dad.

  • -"I know my son." -"Yeah."

  • -We have Robert Irwin here tonight.

  • Have you seen a bunch of crazy animals backstage?

  • -We saw them, but there's no Bronx animals here today.

  • -What's a Bronx animal?

  • -Like a pit bull in a Yankees hat or something.

  • -You know what I'm sayin'?

  • -Just a squirrel with Timberlands like, "Yerrr!"

  • -Like a pigeon with one leg and a Newport.

  • -"I remember when this was a nice city! Ergh!"

  • -"Rents is high, you know? It's crazy."

  • -"I miss Giuliani." -"A pit bull in a Yankees hat."

  • Oh, my gosh.

  • You were getting into "Game of Thrones" the other night.

  • Now, you've never seen the show before?

  • -I have never seen an episode of "Game of Thrones" before,

  • and I thought, what better chance to start than now?

  • -But you told everyone you're going to live-tweet the show.

  • -I'm going to live tweet it, and I'm going to discover it

  • the same time you guys are watching it.

  • Here's some of your tweets just 'cause it made me laugh.

  • This says, "About to watch tonight's 'Game of Thrones,'

  • and I still don't know the characters.

  • So I just want both sides to have a good time."

  • -Yeah. [ Laughter ]

  • Why does there have to be a winner

  • of the Battle of Winterfall? -Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • -...participation trophies. -This one just made me laugh

  • because it was a very dark episode.

  • And this really made me laugh.

  • This tweet said,

  • "How do you switch this show from night mode?"

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Is it just always that dark on the show?

  • I have no idea what's going on. -It just made me laugh.

  • -They only had torches back then.

  • -Yeah, of course. -In Westeros.

  • -In whatever time that was. -Also, I didn't even know

  • that was the name of where it took place.

  • I thought it was, like, Upstate New York.

  • -Are you going to watch that?

  • Are you going to continue to watch the show?

  • -It's fascinating.

  • That little baby-face girl killed somebody.

  • And I was like, "Wow. This is incredible.

  • I have to find out who that guy was."

  • -Yes, yes. You should.

  • -You got to back like four seasons.

  • -That's a lot of work. -Let's talk about your show.

  • You're on Showtime now,

  • and you're going to two nights a week.

  • -That's right! -This is a big deal.

  • -You know what I'm sayin'? That's right.

  • -Monday and Thursday night. -That's right.

  • -We are going to DP you every week.

  • Double production, bro. Double production.

  • -Wow, wow, wow. -Double production.

  • Double the production. -What are you talking about?

  • Wait. Mondays and when? -Thursday.

  • -Monday and Thursday nights. -Double the production.

  • -You guys can do that, though. You've done --

  • -We used to do four nights a week.

  • Two nights a week should be good.

  • I mean, it's two paychecks now. So that's cool.

  • Showtime doesn't know that, but they just found out.

  • -Yeah, they just found out now.

  • You're doing great. Why'd you decide to do that?

  • Just because the show's doing well?

  • -The fans wanted it, man. You know, when you read reviews

  • of your show, and, like, the only negative review is like,

  • "We want more of this," it's kind of a good review.

  • So it was just like, "Okay. Here.

  • I will sacrifice my life and my family for your laughs."

  • -But you -- you said that your parents said

  • that they don't believe that you have real jobs.

  • -Well, now they do. -They do?

  • -Now they do. -Oh, okay.

  • But back when you were doing -- -Yeah, they were like, "Eh."

  • And then I lent my mom five grand, like I told you before,

  • and she was like, "Okay, now I kind of believe you.

  • You know? It's kind of true."

  • Then she saw a billboard, and she was like,

  • "Oh, okay, I guess. Like, if you're on a billboard,

  • I guess it's a real job."

  • -My parents came around because they saw --

  • Last time we were on your show,

  • they were like, "Oh, wow! You're on 'Jimmy Fallon'!"

  • I was very causal. Like, "Yeah, Jimmy's cool."

  • -Wow. -That first-name basis.

  • They was like, "Wow. You must really be famous."

  • I was like, "Yeah. You know he gave us pickles, right?"

  • -"Yeah, we hang out with Jimmy all the time.

  • We go to Yanks/Sox games." -"Yeah, it's nothing."

  • -I gave you -- Because I was into making pickles.

  • -Are you no longer into making pickles?

  • -No. -Was that a phase?

  • -It was a fad I was going through.

  • It was a real rough patch. -Did I offend you when I was

  • like, "That's the whitest thing I've ever seen"?

  • -No, you didn't offend me at all.

  • I was very excited about it, and I really worked hard

  • on the ingredients, and the idea of pickling

  • and the science that goes into it.

  • I gave you each a jar of homemade.

  • -Which were delicious, by the way.

  • -Fantastic. -Thank you. You did eat them?

  • -I had them with a tuna melt at 3:00 a.m., stoned.

  • -Whoo! -Delicious. Delicious.

  • -So I gave them to you, and you said,

  • "Dude, that is the whitest thing anyone's ever given me."

  • A jar pickles. -To this day.

  • But then I went in the green room,

  • and you gave me Ugg slippers, so you one-upped yourself.

  • -Yeah. -That's true.

  • -The last time you were here, you gave me chopped cheese.

  • -Yes. Chopped cheese sandwiches.

  • -Yeah. -Remember that? Life-changing.

  • -It's life-changing. Absolutely. I love that.

  • All right. Good.

  • -You can get mad. You know what I'm saying?

  • Chopped cheese... Philly cheesesteak.

  • -Whoo! -Yeah, I said it.

  • -No!

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Can we talk about when you were out with Cory Booker?

  • -Oh, yeah. Wow.

  • -What you guys do in the show, sometimes you do remote pieces.

  • And you played a little basketball with Cory Booker.

  • -Cory Booker can not be President of the United States

  • because he plays dirty basketball.

  • -That's right. -I'm putting that out there.

  • -He gave me a hard foul on the ribs.

  • -He's the Kevin Garnett of politics.

  • -He's pretty good, huh?

  • -He's good, but you know what? -He has an old-man game.

  • -Yeah, so, we also have an old-man game

  • because we don't play basketball whatsoever.

  • We almost died on the court. -Really?

  • -I haven't run across an entire gym since 1999.

  • -I haven't played basketball since the Knicks

  • legit had a championship chance.

  • And that was, like, what? '83?

  • -Maybe next year? -Hopefully. Hopefully.

  • -That's what the "NY" in Knicks stands for -- Next Year.

  • -Wow, wow.

  • -Maybe next year. -They got it next year.

-Thank you for playing Catchphrase.

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德蘇斯和梅羅進入《權力的遊戲》,挑戰科裡-布克的籃球賽。 (Desus and Mero Get Into Game of Thrones, Challenge Cory Booker to Basketball)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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