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  • With everything going on in the world right now,

  • there's nobody better to talk to than our next guest.

  • Please welcome self-admitted germaphobe,

  • my friend, Howie Mandel.

  • [APPLAUSE]

  • You look great.

  • Why are you so dressed up?

  • What-- you can't go anywhere.

  • Well, what are you talking about?

  • I'm doing Ellen.

  • I'm doing Ellen.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • I went upstairs.

  • I got dressed up.

  • I love you more than anybody, Ellen.

  • Ellen, I don't know if you realize this.

  • Are we on now?

  • Yeah, we're on.

  • We're actually on.

  • We're on the television.

  • I don't if I realized that.

  • I can't see you for some reason.

  • But you-- you are one person that

  • prepared me more than any other person in the world

  • for this whole crisis.

  • And I can't thank you enough.

  • I don't know if you remember, but throughout the years,

  • because--

  • as you just said in my introduction--

  • because I'm a germaphobe, years ago,

  • I think maybe even 10 years ago, you

  • gave me a lifetime supply of soap, which ran out yesterday.

  • And then you also gave me like, a ball, like a bubble

  • to live in as a germaphobe.

  • Yeah.

  • Yes.

  • And I'll show you--

  • and even the way I eat dinner with my family

  • now during this at-home.

  • Can I show you it?

  • You gave me this.

  • I don't know if you remember this.

  • Let me show you-- let me show you this, OK?

  • This over here is--

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • What?

  • Do you remember this?

  • [LAUGHS]

  • Do you-- do you remember this?

  • Yeah.

  • Look at this.

  • Yeah.

  • This is how I sit at the dinner table now because I can-- well,

  • I put my hands through this.

  • And this is like sneeze guard.

  • Is it the thing with the gloves?

  • Yes, the gloves through the sneeze shield.

  • Pardon me.

  • Yes.

  • Honey, pass the potatoes.

  • Honey--

  • Yeah.

  • So this is what-- let me put it back.

  • Let me put it back.

  • I don't want to leave a mess in the room.

  • All right.

  • But--

  • Howie?

  • You're not-- you're not wearing pants.

  • Can you see?

  • I don't know where the Zoom--

  • where the Zoom ends.

  • You could see that?

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • Yeah.

  • Oh.

  • Yeah, you can see that you're not wearing pants.

  • Oh, I'm sorry.

  • Can I just say that you-- the house looks gorgeous,

  • your house.

  • And your garden.

  • And your garden gnome is just--

  • people don't appreciate that.

  • But that's rich, when you couldn't

  • plant your own wandering jew.

  • Yeah.

  • Which, for those people that are watching, you could--

  • look it up.

  • It's a plant.

  • It's not a derogatory remark.

  • Yeah.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • Wandering jew is a plant, yes.

  • That's right.

  • That's my new nickname.

  • Yeah.

  • That is rich that I have my own live gnome.

  • So you had-- happy anniversary.

  • You had a 40th wedding anniversary during quarantine.

  • Thank you.

  • Wow, 40.

  • Congratulations.

  • Yeah, I know.

  • Congratulations.

  • What was that like?

  • Wait, I'm holding for the applause

  • to die down behind you.

  • OK.

  • So--

  • OK.

  • [CLAPPING]

  • No, let me speak.

  • It's 40 years of marriage to my lovely wife--

  • there she is-- she is stunning--

  • Terry.

  • And we had-- we were in quarantine.

  • March 16 was my 40th year.

  • And last week, she informed me, 41 doesn't look good.

  • It doesn't-- living with me.

  • Living with me is--

  • You know, I think that-- you know,

  • you may enjoy me for a couple of minutes on your show.

  • You don't live with me, Ellen.

  • And people used to always ask my wife and I, what is the secret?

  • What makes it work?

  • And she would tell you that distance

  • makes the heart grow fonder.

  • And I've always been on the road.

  • I've always been taping shows.

  • And now, I'm with her.

  • I'm with her all the time.

  • And that's--

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • Well, you do have another house.

  • Because I know that when your children were born,

  • you moved into another house to not be near the children,

  • right?

  • Well, not to not be-- well, you're

  • making it seem like I was afraid of children.

  • No.

  • When the children were ill--

  • [PHONE RINGS]

  • You know, if they had a cold or they

  • had something like that-- look, the calls are coming in.

  • I'm running a telethon apparently.

  • I'm just-- I'm still taking donations.

  • I don't know what it is.

  • But anyway, when the kids got sick, then I would go into--

  • I built, like, a guest--

  • I built, like, a germ room, like, a panic room,

  • but it was a whole other house where I would

  • go so that I wouldn't get sick.

  • Well, at least your kids-- at least

  • you don't have to homeschool because your kids are all

  • grown up.

  • And that's what everyone's really complaining about

  • is homeschool.

  • We wanted.

  • Way before this-- my kids are amazing.

  • You know, one daughter, Jacqueline Schultz,

  • you know, she has a master's degree in urban education.

  • The other one is a PhD in physical therapy.

  • My son Alex wasn't as good.

  • We wanted him to be homeschooled,

  • having nothing to do with this, years ago.

  • But I think I've mentioned this before.

  • He uh-- he wasn't accepted.

  • And I was in his room when he got the letter,

  • and he knew our handwriting and everything.

  • So it was a very tragic time.

  • But now, I have grandchildren, now, I'm a grandparent.

  • And that is raising a whole new set of issues for me.

  • Yeah.

  • Because my daughter is a germaphobe like--

  • I raised a good germaphobe--

  • I'm not allowed to really have contact with the kids.

  • And my whole life is my grandkids.

  • So I don't know.

  • If you go on my Instagram, you could see it.

  • But there's-- I go to visit them.

  • And in order to visit them, I'm not allowed in the house,

  • and I'm not allowed near them.

  • I have to climb a tree.

  • I climb a tree, and I look in--

  • There I am.

  • Well, you had it.

  • You guys are, like, professionals.

  • Yeah.

  • You guys are professionals.

  • Yeah.

  • So I climb the tree, and I look in the window,

  • which is nice for me.

  • I don't know if that's quality time with your grandchild.

  • But I hope that I'm not instilling, you know,

  • a negative-- like, when they grow up,

  • do you want the image--

  • I remember waking up early in the morning

  • and looking out the window.

  • And there was Papa in the tree.

  • I don't know if that's good.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • But kind of like him--

  • I think it is good.

  • I would love--

  • You got-- you also have an old Jew in the garden.

  • So I guess it's OK.

  • Yes.

  • It's a wonderful thing to have I love having him in the garden.

  • Let's take a break.

  • All right, we're going to take a break.

  • More with Howie after this.

  • That's what he does.

  • He tells me what to do.

  • I'm busy out here, Howie.

  • Yeah, he's working.

  • All right, we'll be back.

  • Honey, I'm on Ellen.

  • We're on now.

  • Come on in.

  • Come on in.

  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • Hi, I'm Andy.

  • Ellen asked me to remind you to subscribe to her channel

  • so you can see more awesome videos,

  • like videos of me getting scared or saying

  • embarrassing things like ball-peen hammer,

  • and also some videos of Ellen and other celebrities,

  • if you're into that sort of thing.

  • Ah!

  • Ah!

  • [BLEEP] God [BLEEP]!

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ハワードマンデルは彼の孫を見るために木を登る (Howie Mandel Climbs a Tree to See His Grandkids)

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