字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Our next guest is a comedy legend. Please welcome the one and only, Bill Murray. Oh my God. Hi. Bill. Hey. Is that a mask? You've got a mask on? Well, I watch the briefings every day. And when I hear President Cuomo say that if I don't wear a mask, I'm disrespecting you, I figure I should wear a mask. I'm not worried so much about my own health, whether I make it. I've had a full life. But there's been a lot of people that would really like to go a little deeper in this century. And I don't want to mess it up for them. Well, I certainly appreciate the respect. That's wonderful. Where are you right now? I don't-- I'm not really sure. But I know, if this is any help, someone knocked on the door today and said, Bill, it's Thursday. OK. So I'm in South Carolina. I'm in Charleston, South Carolina. All right. But that does help when someone knocks on the door and tells you the day. I wish someone did that for me. I know. I'm impressed with also-- it must be hot inside of that thing? Is it hot? You know, I think about that. And I think, what did our forefathers have to go through coming across on ships from Europe to come to this country and make it? I think if I'm going to complain about a little bit of heat inside of a mask, maybe I don't deserve to have a green card or citizenship card or any credit card. A credit card, you know. So I'm-- like this is a little thing that I'm doing, a little thing. I'm nowhere near the people that are on the front line. Nowhere near what's happening there. What a selfless thing. Are you going to-- I think you're going to pass out. Are you going to pass out? No. I know that feeling. And this isn't it. All right. What have you been doing to keep yourself entertained, Bill? Well, I look out the window at people. I look out the window at people. And they can't really-- they can't see me. So now I have a Razor scooter. I have a scooter. And I go up and down the street on a Razor scooter. And I've got a boat. Sometimes I go out on a boat. And I go to the golf course and I hit golf balls. And I've been reading. I've been reading. I realized I'd forgotten how to read. And I started all over again. And now I can read again. It's great. That's great. The Lone Ranger, I found The Lone Ranger on TV. And I watch The Lone Ranger. Oh, wow. Did you start from the beginning? I did. And I guess I was so smart-- they had two Lone Rangers, not just on television. And the first guy, I could-- they changed him after three seasons. After three seasons they changed him for the guy that I got to know, Clayton Moore. And the difference was the first Lone Ranger, he would say things like, let's go to the sheriff. But then they got the new guy. And he would say, Tonto, let's go to the sheriff. And he just marched right off. And everything was much crisper. His pants fit much better. The mask was on much better. And that's the guy I got to know. So I watched the first guy. And he's just not as interesting. But the scripts were more interesting in the early days. We have an infinite amount of time here, right? But the early seasons were very good. Because I-- Yeah. What? I wanted to ask you, now that we're talking about this, which Darrin on Bewitched that you prefer? The first one or the second one? You know that, people always say that, but weren't there three or four, or something like that? I know they changed it. But I thought they changed it more than once. But the guy I got to know, the kind of-- No, you're thinking of Lassie. Oh, did you know that Lassie was a male dog? Yes, I did. And there were many of them. There were like five of them. Yeah. Yeah. There were lots of them. They were all males. They were more boisterous, I guess. Yeah, because they'd go, come on, girl. Come on, girl. But it wasn't a girl. I know. No. That's why the dog always gave a funny look, like, OK. Yeah. I thought about it before coming, but, yeah. Yeah, the second Darrin on Bewitched, I guess, was better. Did you have a favorite? Yep. I liked, I had gotten used to the first one. I was very confused why, and they didn't ever explain it. And it seemed like-- it what was her name? She didn't seem to notice. Elizabeth, right? Tabitha? Was her name Elizabeth? Tabitha. Tabitha. Yeah, her real name was Elizabeth. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Or Samantha. No, it was Sam. It was Sam. Because she used to make a martini for him when he came home from work. Remember? Oh I wish you hadn't said that. All right. I really wish you hadn't said that. We're going to take a break because I don't want to lose any of this. I apologize. We're going to take a break. And then we're going to come back and talk more with Bill, after this.