字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 00:00:00,000 --> 00:00:00,000 Hi. Hi. So you're not jet lagged anymore. I don't think so. Yeah. What day is it? I don't know. [CHUCKLING] I know. She got back-- well, we'll talk about that in a minute. You were on a plane for like 70 hours. 50. Well, I think it was about 55 hours actually flying to be in Rwanda for a day and a half. Yeah, because I had to work, and someone had to be there for the ground breaking. So that's what you get for giving me that gift. That's it. [LAUGHTER] So that was my 60th birthday, and then, in January, just last month, I would turn 61. And what'd you get me? [LAUGHTER] Tell it. Tell everybody what you got me. Gardening tools. That's right. [LAUGHTER] But she likes to garden. I do. I do. All right, so when we went before for my birthday, the trip was incredible. And hiking up a mountain to see gorillas is just-- it's incredible. But you have to look for them, because it's a jungle, and it's a mountain, and you have to find them. And it was so-- it was just pouring down raining, and it was muddy, and we're sinking down. It was just-- this is us last year, and you're just trying to find a path, and we're sinking into it about down to our knees. It was-- It rains in Rwanda. Yeah, but-- It was so beautiful, but it was so wet. It was miserable. That's us. Yep. [LAUGHTER] And let's show a picture of you going just last week and what you had to go through, you poor thing. Let's do it. Yep. Bright sunshine. [LAUGHTER] Flat land. No-- no-- any-- [LAUGHS] It was unbelievable. You were there-- It was incredible, I have to say. And everybody that was with me saying, you know, should we just kind of not tell Ellen how great it was, play it down? I was like, hell, no. Let's play it up! Yeah. [LAUGHTER] Because first of all, you have to experience that-- that day, that kind of weather. I mean, just the topography was so beautiful and walking through bamboo. Everything was gorgeous, so you just have to do it again. Yeah. I mean, come on. [AUDIENCE EXCLAIMING] And this is her seeing them. This is not footage we found from the National Geographic. This is like-- you were how close to that baby? I mean, a little baby at one point started just waddling over to me, and I just wanted to pick it up and kiss it on its fuzzy head. I'm obsessed with baby gorillas. I just love them so much. But look at those gorillas. They look like they had a blow-out. [LAUGHTER] They have-- I know. --like conditioner on their hair. I saw different gorillas that were just sitting there shivering, soaking wet, not happy. Well, it was-- That's what you-- --sunshine, and they were playful. And you were scared. The first time we saw them, when we went, we were a little scared because the adults are huge. Yeah, well, you don't know what to expect, and people tell you certain things, like, don't look them in the eyes, and-- Don't point. --don't point. The first thing I did was, look at that! [LAUGHTER] But, and you know, they're quite magnificent creatures and huge. This time, I was just praying that one of them would come up very close to me and push me down, because they don't want to push you down. They just want to eat whatever is behind you. And one of the females came so close to me. I just stood my ground. I thought, please push me. Please push me. [CHUCKLING] Yeah. I wanted gorilla hands on me, because you're not supposed to touch them, obviously, because of disease transference. But they basically will just bump into you on their way past you. It's really a life-changing experience. It's incredible. I hope-- and especially once the campus is built, I hope everybody has a chance to go to Rwanda and experience this. Tell everybody about the ground breaking. So it was an incredible experience. I mean, I just couldn't believe the feeling of gratitude, which was really overwhelming for me, not just from people that are going to directly benefit, but just the entire area, because there are 1,500 jobs that'll be created. Millions of dollars will go into the economy because of your campus. And it was a really special, pretty overwhelming moment. Yeah, it was amazing because, you know, the reason she gave me this gift is because I've always loved what Dian Fossey did when I was growing up. I knew who she was. I knew what she did. And I love animals, and mountain gorillas are just incredible, intelligent creatures. But then we went to Rwanda, and we fell in love with the people of the country, because the people are happy, and friendly, and it's a beautiful country. Beautiful country. That is what Dian Fossey has now, and then what we're building-- That's what we're building. --that's what we're building, which will be-- So this'll be the-- yeah, the permanent home. [APPLAUSE] Yeah. Beautiful. All right. So I was very jealous because, obviously, I'm working and I couldn't go, so I had to send you, and I appreciate it very much. And you didn't miss a lot. I went to Jen Aniston's-- Jen's party. --birthday party, but that was not anything. Jen's 50th. You had some folks over, too. Yeah, I had some people at the house, but anyway, the point that-- And poor little Ellen. [LAUGHTER] I was-- Just partying, basically-- Yeah, well. --while I was over there. Yeah. It's fine, though. Exactly. Totally fine. Thank you. All right. [LAUGHTER] Hi, I'm Andy. Ellen asked me to remind you to subscribe to her channel so you can see more awesome videos, like videos of me getting scared or saying embarrassing things, like ball peen hammer, and also some videos of Ellen and other celebrities, if you're into that sort of thing. [SCREAMS] [SHRIEKS] [BLEEP] [MUSIC PLAYING] God [BLEEP]!