字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント -You look good, buddy. -They do that for everybody? -They do not stand for everybody. -Thank you very much. Thank you very much. -You got a standing ovation. You felt the love. -Yeah. -You look good. -Thank you. -You have less of a mustache. -I have no mustache. -Yeah. -I actually -- It's the first time in about 15 years that I have no mustache. -Wow. -I had to -- I shaved it off for a role in a movie actually. -Ooh, who do you play in the movie? -I play the guy without the mustache. -Ah! [ Laughter ] That's good casting. -Yeah, yeah. -Good casting. -It said "guy without mustache." It's very broad, but I'm like, "I can do that. I'll just take it off." -But you look good. You taking care of yourself? -I am. I think I am. -Yeah. -You know, I do things to take care of myself. I don't know -- I don't know what I know, Jimmy. Do you? Do you ever think -- [ Laughter ] No, I mean, like, have you ever had a few hours during the day and just sat down and go like, "What do I really know?" [ Laughter ] -I don't -- I don't want to do that. -Well, the weird thing is, like -- and this is all going somewhere. Like, if you make a column of things you're pretty sure you know, and then you make another column of how you know those things, about 90% of that second column is just like, "Some guy told me." [ Laughter ] -That is true. -Right, so the point being is like -- Look, I take vitamins. Alright? I take them. I take them every day because I'm afraid to die and I'm stupid. [ Laughter ] But every day I take my vitamins. I look at them in my hand. -Yeah. -I got vitamin B, vitamin D, vitamin C. And I look at them. And in my heart, Jimmy, I know these don't do anything. -Right. [ Laughter ] Yeah, they do nothing. -But I'm in. I'm taking them. -Yeah. -I'm taking them every day. And so I'm in. So if I don't take them one morning and I drive somewhere, I've actually gone back to my house to take my stupid vitamins because in my mind I'm like, "What's gonna happen today if I don't take them? Am I gonna get in a car accident?" And vitamin D stops car accidents. -I did not know that. That's fantastic. -Yeah. But my point is, is, like, it is kind of B.S. And you never know when someone's just gonna randomly dump some crap into your head. Some guy you don't know that well or someone you're just talking to them, and out of nowhere they're gonna say something like, "Are you taking turmeric?" Then you're like, "What? Turmeric?" "Yeah, you got to take turmeric." And you're like, "Turmeric?" "Yeah, turmeric." "The spice? Are you talking about the spice?" And he's like, "Yeah, you got to take that." "Wait, the spice that you buy once to make an Indian recipe, and you never use it again and it stains your wooden spoon? That turmeric?" -Stains your spoon. Yeah. -And he's like, "Yeah, you got to be taking that." And I'm like, "No, I don't." In my mind, that's ridiculous. I'm just tired of all that hype around stuff. But, you know, I'm taking it, you know, and -- [ Laughter ] Well, he told me it was for inflammation. And then I said, "What do you mean, inflammation?" He says, "You know, general inflammation." I'm like, "What is that?" And he's like, "Well, it's the new bad thing that causes all the other bad things, you know?" And then I'm like, "What happened to cholesterol?" He's like, "Well, it turns out that's good for you." [ Laughter ] But I got to be honest. Since I've been taking it, I feel less inflamed. -Wow. -I do. -You look less inflamed. -Less inflamed in a general way. -Well, you look great. Thank you for coming back to our show.