字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント -[ Imitating crying ] [ Audience "aws" ] Thank you so much. -Happy Valentine's Day. -That is so sweet. Thank you so much. I appreciate that. -No, it's perfect. I know you couldn't spend it with your one true love, Justin Timberlake, so -- -Oh, my gosh. -But you got to spend it with another Justin, who's also a really good dancer. -That's true, yeah. You're right. -And me. -And you, of course, which is the best. Come on. Happy Valentine's Day, come on. I love that you're here. -I'm so happy to be here. -We have fun every time you're here. Last time, we were talking about "The Politician," and I said how good you are in it. And it went on to get Golden Globe nods. Congratulations. No big deal. No big deal. -NBD. -NBD. You're just fantastic in it. Did you like the Golden Globes? Was it fun? -Yeah, they're really fun. I mean, no one knows who I am there, but, I mean, I don't know who anyone is, either. I keep doing this thing where I think I know Jeff Bezos. But I don't know Jeff Bezos. -Wait, what? -At all. -Wait, what are you talking about? -Well, I've done it three times now, and most recently at the Globes after-party, where I walk up to him, give him -- -To the real Jeff Bezos. -To the real -- At the real Jeff Bezos. And I hug him. And I say, "I'm so sorry I haven't responded to your e-mail. I promise to get back to you." He never e-mailed me. He doesn't know who I am. And I go to my friends, and they're like, "How do you know Jeff Bezos?" And I'm like, "Oh, no. That's Jeff Bezos? [Bleep] I did it again." -Wait. -Yeah, I don't know. I just keep doing it. It's no wonder that Amazon hasn't hired me. -But why him? You just feel like there's some connection there, or do you just think it's funny? -No. I feel like he looks like someone I know. I don't know. I don't know why. I just -- I have a mental block. And I think I know him. -But when you hug him, do you say, "Hi, Jeff Bezos?" You go, "Hi." -No, no. I don't know that it's him at the time. -Oh, you think it's a different person you might have e-mailed. -Maybe a friend's dad. Maybe an agent. Maybe somebody who's not the most powerful, richest man in the world. I don't know. It's a mental block. -Jeff, you have to -- you have to talk to Zoey here. She's really cool. -I'm sorry. -She's sorry for hugging you, but next time, you know, respond to her e-mail. Okay, yeah. Please. -I'm so sorry. -And then do you go to the parties afterwards? Are those fun? -Yes. They're -- They're fun. They're very fun. I got to meet Zooey Deschanel, who I'm a big fan of. Yes, and I sometimes get e-mails that are meant for her sent to me 'cause our names are so similar. So, I got to exchange information so I can, you know, forward those things on to her. -Zoey D. and Zooey D. -Yeah, one time I got a -- Actually, I didn't tell her this. I got a picture texted to me of a foot, and then like an hour later, it just said, "Sorry, wrong Zoey D." So... [ Laughter ] -That's weird. -I know. I got questions. -Wow. Do you forward those things to her? -Now, I'm gonna. -Yeah, of course. Any other mistakes with her that you get? -Mista-- Um... Oh, one time I was walking through security at the JFK airport, and a TSA agent was like, "Are you an elf?" [ Light laughter ] And I very earnestly responded, "No, sir, I'm not an elf." And I just kept walking and thought, "TSA agents are really asking different questions in 2020." -Are you an elf? Do you think they meant, "Are you in 'Elf'?" -They meant am I an elf, which I'm not. I'm not an elf, and I'm not in "Elf." -Yeah, Zooey Deschanel was in "Elf," but she was not an elf in "Elf." -You heard it here, folks. Right here. -I'm confused, as well. I want to talk about "Buffaloed." You produce and star in this film. Where did you hear about the script first? -I was actually shooting a movie called "Set It Up," which is a rom-com on Netflix, not Amazon. -That's right. [ Cheers and applause ] -And I'm usually attracted to parts that are super different than what I'm playing at that exact moment. In "Set It Up," the character was super bubbly and a people pleaser. And "Buffaloed" she's this really greedy and insane total opposite character. And I was on a mission to get the movie made and cast myself in it. So that's why I produced it. -Very smart. You do a great job in it. Yeah. Tell me what -- The movie studio is doing something very interesting with this film. -Oh, yeah. Yeah. They've cleared $1.5 million of medical debt to everyday Americans, which is really cool. -So pay out debt. [ Cheers and applause ] That's pretty cool. -Yeah. -Can you set up the film and what it's about? -Yes, it's about a woman who is obsessed with money and getting out of her blue-collar existence and finds her calling in an ethically debatable industry, which is debt collecting. -Yeah, and you have a great accent in the movie, by the way. -A Buffalo accent? Is there anyone from Buffalo here? No, absolutely not a single soul. Well, I'll see myself out. -No, we don't allow -- On Fridays, no one from Buffalo is allowed to our show. It's a rule NBC made years ago. -Oh, my God, I'm an idiot. -NBC made that rule years ago. Yeah. -Yes, yes, I forgot the fine print. -I've been to Buffalo many times. -You have? -Yeah. -Have you had some Buffalo wings? -I actually went to the bar - - Is it the Anchor Bar? -Anchor Bar and Duff's. -Yes. I went to -- Yeah. I had a Buffalo wing there. -And you liked it? -It was like, yeah, ahh! It was amazing, yeah. Of course. It was the best. -They're great. They're Buffalo wings from Buffalo. Yeah, and there are really interesting words like "jagoff," words that don't exist anywhere else. -What are you doing, you jagoff? -Yeah, you jagoff. Who you calling a jagoff, jagoff? -Hey, what are you looking at, jagoff? -What are you looking at? -It's a term of endearment, as well. -Hey, jagoff. -Aw, thanks, jagoff. Hey, I got something for you, too. Here you go, jagoff. -Thanks, jagoff.