字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hello, and welcome to The Ellen DeGeneres Show. I'm your guest host Wanda Sykes. And for those of you who don't know me, I'm like Ellen but tan. That's it. That's the only difference. Oh, and maybe, a few commas or zeros. I am so excited to be here, you know. This may only be my second time guest hosting, but I'm very comfortable on the stage. You know, I've been around a while, and I've seen some s**t. So, I thought I'd share my great life experience with all of you in a segment I'm calling: "What Do You Wanda Know?" You can tell a white person came up with that. White people love puns, very funny. So before the show, we asked the audience what they wanted to know from me, Wanda Sykes, so I thought I could answer a few right now. All right, where is Alyssa Edwards? -Hello. -Hey, Alyssa. Hey, so what's your question? My question for you is, how do you get to know someone authentically through dating apps, especially if they're in another city or country? Oh, apps, okay. The only apps I've ever used are the kind that come on a little place before the entrees. Okay, you know what? Ask them what they want from life, and if their answer vibes with yours, then that's a good foundation to start from. And if that doesn't work, you can always send nudes. Okay, this next question is from Abdul Rahman. -Where is Abdul Rahman? -Hi, hi. Hey, did I say that right, Abdul or Rahman? Yeah. Yeah, it's, it's good. It's good. You say, you know, it's close. -Okay. -Yeah. -So it's Abdul Rahman? Yeah, it's, it's Abdul Rahman. Okay, stop right there. I got it, I got it, I got it. Okay, so what's your question? Well, I turned 21 last week, and I was wondering what is the advice that you would give to your 21-year-old self so I can use it. Okay, well, if I could talk to myself at 21, I would say take it easy, um, on yourself. You have no responsibilities, only opportunity, so be bold. Also, invest in Bitcoin. You're welcome. Okay, so let's do one more. This question is from, uh, where's Christina Faye? Hi, Wanda. Hi, so what's your, what's your question? So, I was wondering since it's Pride Month, and my girlfriend and I are just wondering how you would respond and recommend responding to homophobic comments or remarks? Okay, you see these fingers? I put all of them down except for the middle one. That says everything you need, and you can use it all year.