字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント My hometown of New Orleans, as well as all Louisiana, is facing a lot of challenges these days. And so, of course, my friends Drew Brees and his wife, Brittany, step right up to help. Hey, guys. Hi, Ellen. How are you all doing? The whole family. Ryland is outside playing already, but the boys wanted to say hi. All right. You can run outside. Shut the door behind you. Basketball. They're going to play basketball now. [LAUGHTER] Yay. School's out. Shut the door, Callen. All right. Homeschool's over. It's crazy time. So who is-- by the way, it's so great to see both of your faces. I've been texting with both of you. And I reached out immediately when I heard what you did for New Orleans. And you're both just awesome. I love you both, and you know that. So it's great to see your faces and talk to you like this. Who's teaching the kids? Both of you? One of you? [LAUGHTER] Brett is by far taking the lion's share of that responsibility at this point. We're making the boys call her Mrs. Brees. Bring her shiny red apples. And-- Well, I flunked two kids already. And I may be fired for drinking on the job. So it's not going well. [LAUGHTER] I like it. I like it. It sounds like most of my teachers when I went to school. [LAUGHTER] So what's happening-- what's happening with alone time? I mean, it's-- this is crazy for all of us in so many ways. But let's just talk about the obvious, which is, do you get alone time? We haven't really gotten any alone time. We might have come up with a plan, with having a scavenger hunt inside the house that ends with us locking them in the closet. But we haven't perfected it yet. That may be our only window. [LAUGHTER] They can't hear us. It's totally fine. Right. They're locked outside right now. This is the most alone time-- This is our alone time. We've had in probably three weeks, right here. Right here, right now. All right. Then I'll check in with you daily. We can do it a few times a day, and-- It's party time now. Who knows what they're doing out there. Right. Let them go. They're fine. OK. So let's talk about this. You donated $5 million to Louisiana. Again-- [APPLAUSE] I love you both so much. Where is this money going exactly? So at this point, obviously, we spent a lot of time assessing the greatest need in Louisiana, not just New Orleans, but throughout the state. And as you know, so much of the lifeblood of Louisiana is small business. It's the hospitality industry. And so many of those people have been laid off, don't have a source of income right now. And we felt like, just from talking to many people, that the biggest need were meals, were being able to feed kids on meal programs. Feeding seniors, getting them meals. Feeding front-line health care workers. Child care facilities, where a lot of these health care workers are needing to drop their kids off so that they can go and help people that have the virus. So I think, for us, we felt like, let's align ourselves with a great organization like Second Harvest Food Bank, which we did, in New Orleans. They are really in charge of all five food banks throughout the state of Louisiana. And first thing was first, is how can we feed as many people as possible and make sure that they have some of their most basic needs, which I think the first thing you think of is, roof over your head and the ability to feed your family. Wow, that's-- yeah, you think about all the different-- as we know, we're watching the ripple effect of this virus and what it's creating. And obviously a lot of kids depend on their meals going to school. And as you said, there's a lot of elderly people who can't get out. There's so many people in need right now. So that is going to help a lot of people, y'all are awesome for doing that. You've been on the phone with the mayor of New Orleans, the governor of New Orleans-- the governor of Louisiana, trying to-- what are they saying? Well, again, the need is great. And at this point, you know, New Orleans kind of became one of the epicenters along with New York and a few other places. A lot of people feel like maybe that was Mardi Gras related. You know, when all of a sudden 1.4 million people show up in New Orleans, whereas otherwise you're talking about a city of 300,000. So all those people left, but somehow the coronavirus stayed. And you know, it became a big problem. So I think the biggest message is, not only are you battling with the fact that so many people are now out of work and have no ability to support their family, but you also have a lot of people that are now in danger of contracting the virus just because it is so present. So it's that-- it's that challenge of keeping people safe, keeping them away from the virus. And then still finding a way to support them. And that's why, you know, what we're finding with so many of the meal programs is, the way that you pack-- it's different than just creating a soup kitchen or something, where everybody can show up, and you can feed thousands, right? This is where you have to be so careful with individually packing each and every meal. Delivering them in a very safe manner. And doing it to where, you know, you're not-- no one is slipping through the cracks. And we want to make sure that we can get to everybody. But that's the biggest challenge right now is identifying those people and getting to them. Wow, We'll be right back. All right, we are back with the incredible Drew and Brittany Brees. What is your-- I mean, I think a lot of people look to both of you for hope. What is your message to everybody right now? That's suffering in the country? It's exactly that. It is a message of hope. It is, that we-- we're going to get through this, but we need to get through it together, right? We all need to lean on one another. It's a bit of, you know, love your neighbor. Take care of your neighbor. Look out for your neighbor. You know, everybody has a part in these relief efforts, in this recovery. The responsibility to do the right thing in regards to protecting your family and keeping them out of harm's way. And at the same time, that keeps others out of harm's way as well. So listen, we would be the first ones to tell you that this is not-- this is not an easy situation, right? I think so many families, so many parents, have been thrust into really, really difficult circumstances, right? They're working from home. And yet they have to homeschool their kids at the same time. So nothing about this is normal for anybody, right? But it has to become the new normal. And it's the new routine for however long it takes. And I think the more disciplined, the more diligent we are with this right now, I think the better off we will come on the backside of this. But there is no doubt in my mind, our country, our citizens, our people, we are so resilient. We have so much resolve. We've been through so much. And listen, I think the best of America, the best of Americans will show once we get out of this process, and we are on with normal life. Just through adversity. I think, you know, it makes you so much stronger. It challenges you in a way, it stretches you in a way. And it shows you the things you took for granted before, you know. And the things you took advantage of. And to really look at the positive in this situation. If you look around, so many people are doing amazing things. You know, these health care workers, these doctors, these nurses. All of these people are really stepping up and rising to the occasion, you know. Look at the best in people, and that's what we're continuing to do. You know, hopefully, other people lead by example. And more people-- it just kind of trickles down, you know. It's going to be OK. If we can just all do this together, it's going to be OK. Absolutely. And I think that we are all going to come out of this, and it does shape us. It's a whole new way that we're all going to learn how to live, and we're going to get the good from everything that you're saying. And what I love about it, everybody is finding new ways to be creative. Because we're stuck inside, and we're having to do things with our family, and our partners, or whoever. And Brittany, I think you-- the ideas that you've come up with already. Just the beer pong with your kids, with water. [LAUGHTER] What a great idea. Also I think one of my favorite things that you came up with is shaving Drew's chest for charity. I look forward to seeing that. [LAUGHTER] And I'm sure there's many-- we have lots of time to think of more things to do to Drew. These are all skill sets that will really benefit the kids, I think, down the line. You know-- And listen, if they miss a couple grades, and they go straight to college, they're ready. [LAUGHTER] See, you're always thinking. Drew, let's talk about football. So first of all, how is Sean Payton, the coach of the Saints-- was tested positive for coronacoronavirus.