字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント -Oh, my -- No, you're too close. -Hi! -Ken, you're too close to the camera. -Oh, it's so good to see you. I'm still getting the hang of this, man. -No, you're too close -- Ken, we've been doing Zoom meetings for a long time. You're a little bit close. -Okay. -Maybe I'm too far -- -Not a good angle? -Maybe I'm too far away. It's not even a good -- That's a perfect angle. [ Laughing ] -Okay. -Just step back like another -- No, you're very close. Just step back another 3 feet, maybe. No, that's -- Why you are doing that with your chin? [ Laughing ] -Oh. That's how God made me, Jimmy. -Oh, that's not true. -I didn't know you would be attacking me so quickly. -I'm not attacking. Stop doing that with your chin. [ Laughing ] Ken, look at you. That is what I wanted to see. Look at you. Come on. You look great, buddy. How you doing? -Thank you. Did you tell my chins that, too, Jimmy? Thank you. How dare you. [ Both laugh ] -Are you -- you're working harder than any human right now. It's unbelievable, all the stuff you're doing. All great work, by the way. Congrats. -Thank you so much. I'm just very -- just like everybody else, just blessed to be healthy and to be working. It's a double blessing, for real, so... Speaking of doubles. -No, no! I don't want -- The chin, I know. Ken, I don't know if you know this, but your name came up not too long ago on our show when your pal, our pal, Joel McHale was on the show. -Um... -Yeah, he -- -Oh, yeah. He said -- I saw that clip. 'Cause Joel tweeted at me. He goes, "Ken." And that is my impression of Joel McHale. 'Cause, like you, I do a lot of great impressions. "Hey, Ken -- [ Gibberish ] -- 'Fallon.' What are you watchin'? I maybe mentioned you. D-u-u-uh!" -[ Laughs ] Wait. If I close my eyes... -Yeah. "Hey, hey! I'm gonna be on 'Fallon'! I'm first guest on 'Fallon'! It's great! Bluuh!" -[ Laughing ] I was like, "Cool, man, cool. Can't wait to see it." -Great. -And, apparently, he mentioned that I was, and I quote, "A terrible doctor," was sued way too many times, and disbarred and kicked out from medicine. -That's true, yes. -None of that is true. -Oh. -And it's -- He's a horrible -- I don't want -- I don't want -- I hope maybe we can cut this out because I trust you and the editorial team, but he's a horrible person, he's a stupid man. -Okay. -I can't believe I worked with him for six years on "Community" on this very network. He's been on "The Masked Singer," my show, like, more times than anybody else. I mean, there is no worse person's essence that I've ever worked with on a TV set than Joel McHale. I hate him. He's a -- He's a stupid man. -You want this -- He's a stupid man. And I will never talk to him. -You want this edited out? -Yeah, you can write all that. I will never talk to Joel McHale until I see him next week when we resume our "Darkest Timeline" podcast. 'Cause he's amazing to work with. He's a talent. He's amazing. And so funny. -Yeah. -He's just a horrible human being. -We'll make this all -- We'll make this all work. -Yeah, we'll make it all work. We'll make it all work, so... -Congrats, by the way, because you don't have -- -And Joel's an evil genius, by the way, because I have things to promote, and still, because of that, Joel makes me say his name on a segment that he has nothing to do with. He has nothing to do with any of these projects. -I didn't even think about that, yeah. -He's an evil genius. -He has nothing to do with these amazing projects. Really, I want to get to these, because we have limited time to talk to each other. You have not one but two huge blockbuster shows on Fox right now, back-to-back. "Masked Singer" is crushing. Now it's in fourth season. And then, you have your new show, "I Can See Your Voice." Back-to-back. You're knocking it out of the park, man. -Knocking it out of the park on Kednesday. Kednesday. You can write that down with your Sharpie -- Kednesday -- K-E-D-N-E-S -- because I like to be accurate. Kednesday. -So, Wednesday now on Fox is Kednesday. It's all you. -It's all me. -How did you figure this out? How did you -- -Well, you know, it's a whole process, James. And I told the network, I said, "I need a day all to myself," and they were like, "Okay. Hey, on it. You're the best." And like that. And then, I was like, "Okay. What about Kemonday?" I was like, "Mm. Doesn't make sense. Ketuesday? You know?" I was like, "No. How about Kednesday?" And they're just like, "Wow! Oh, my goodness. We'll make a poster." -Yeah, "What've we been doing?" And then, oh, my poster, I went like this. -[ Laughing ] -Kednesday! [ Both laugh ] -Oh, yeah, I know. They did that. Yeah. -Bood pi casa boko so Kednesday. -Oh, my God. [ Both laugh ] -Oh, my God. -Oh, gosh. -You know what I like about these Zoom interviews, Jimmy? I'm so grounded. [ Both laugh ] -Oh, my gosh. Dude, I want to talk about your movie. You have a great movie out, called "Over the Moon." I loved this movie. I watched it with my daughters. We loved it. "Over the Moon" is on Netflix. The animation is insane, by the way. -Thank you so much, man. It was really a labor of love, and shout-out to the director, Glen Keane, who -- He's an Oscar-winning director for -- he's also animated "Aladdin," "Little Mermaid," "Beauty and the Beast." -Ken, you sing -- you sing in this movie. It is so awesome. I was like -- I wish I have -- I asked you for your cell number many times, but I wished I could text you and say... -Yeah, I'm more of an iMessage kind of gal, so... -Yeah. I was like, "Whoa. This is really Ken singing." Have I heard you sing before in a movie? -No, I've actually never sang before, sincerely, maybe ever in my life... -It was great. -...much less in a movie. I really appreciate that, especially coming from you. It was really -- I really appreciate the directors and the producers trusting me with their music as well as their dialogue. And, honestly, because it's an all-Asian-American cast and the message of the movie, it's honestly one of my favorite projects I've ever done. It really is just -- I'm just so happy people are liking it right now, and I'm just truly humbled by all of it. -I loved it. -I thought it had a great message. I thought you were fantastic in it. You were funny, but then, also, like... Should we set up the movie at all for anyone that wants to see you? -Nope. I think we should just watch it. I think we should just watch it. -It's sweet. A girl -- It starts off a little sad. A girl loses her mom. -It's about a girl dealing with love, life, and loss. Brilliantly portrayed by Cathy Ang. And she builds a rocket ship to the Moon to find the fabled Chinese moon goddess, Chang'e, played by Phillipa Soo, who is Eliza on "Hamilton." It's such an incredible, stellar cast. -Yeah, I mean, Phillipa Soo, she's just -- just rocks it. I want to show a clip. Here's Ken Jeong as Gobi, singing in "Over the Moon." Take a look. -♪ Do you ever hug your scales? ♪ -Huh? -♪ Shake your tail and make a light show?♪ -You asked her that? -♪ A dance of colors and hues ♪ -What are you doing? -♪ Well, I do ♪ ♪ Here right before your eyes ♪ ♪ A bright kaleidoscope ♪ Surprise! -Ken Jeong, everybody. "Over the Moon" is streaming now on Netflix.