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  • The last time we spoke, Dax, your wife seemed

  • under the impression that the dog that you rescued,

  • that you both rescued, looks at her with a sexual energy.

  • Carnal desire, carnal desire, yeah.

  • It's like watching fatal attraction in real life.

  • The dog definitely thinks something's

  • going on emotionally and romantically.

  • Yeah, there they are.

  • There they are.

  • My response was Pat--

  • that's not even the dog's name.

  • Frank, have at her.

  • If she leaves you a to do list on the counter at home,

  • then it's a big victory for all of us.

  • By the way, that picture, she looks a little more

  • like with sexual energy than he.

  • I mean, he just looks like he's a dog cuddling.

  • Yeah, and you might conclude I'm not pleasing her

  • or satisfying her sexually.

  • And you would be right, Ellen.

  • Well, first of all, I wasn't even going there,

  • but thank you.

  • I was.

  • Well, yeah, let's talk about your wonderful podcast Armchair

  • Expert.

  • It's doing very well, and you're having a great guest.

  • And you're still enjoying it, I assume.

  • I love it so much.

  • And I got to say, with the many challenges of COVID

  • and being isolated, this has been a real bright spot.

  • Because I get to check in with people.

  • I get to feel productive.

  • I get to connect with experts who

  • know a lot more than I do about what's going on

  • and get perspective.

  • And it's been just, for me, the greatest outlet of feeling

  • still plugged in, and then, also,

  • having this wonderful time with my family.

  • Because you know, I think all of us, I think, all of us

  • are learning a lot in this quarantine.

  • I think my comparison's been I love watching movies.

  • I like watching them for two hours.

  • I wouldn't want to watch movies for 12 hours.

  • And likewise, my wife and I had a great system ironed out

  • when we saw each other three hours a day, man.

  • It went like this.

  • I clear my throat a lot.

  • It's annoying.

  • But for three hours, she can handle it, you know?

  • But when it gets into the 16 hours

  • of hearing me clear my throat, and then likewise, there's

  • some stuff she's doing that-- you know,

  • it's just we've quintupled the volume of interaction.

  • And that first few weeks, I started thinking, OK, well,

  • they're moving to the new house I built.

  • My sister's getting our current house.

  • I need to look for a new residence,

  • because I will not be invited to the new place.

  • Where am I going to live in the city?

  • And I started thinking, you know,

  • this time around, I'm going to get a small house

  • with a big piece of property.

  • So I can park cars at it.

  • I mean, I lost my mind as did she, and then we had it out.

  • And then we came back together, and now, it's gravy.

  • But boy, what a readjustment, and I think so many of us

  • are finding out what non-stop interaction entails.

  • Yeah, well, all I want to say is Portia

  • and I have not had one incident.

  • We love each other dearly, and we don't have any problems.

  • Let me ask you this.

  • I did not know how-- you know, Melissa McCarthy

  • is a friend of mine.

  • I mean, I know her.

  • I have known her, obviously, just from the show,

  • and we've become friends.

  • But you have known her--

  • I didn't know you were in The Groundlings.

  • I didn't know how long y'all have been friends.

  • Yeah, we've been friends for 20, maybe 22 years or something.

  • You know, it takes a while to go through The Groundlings, which

  • is a comedy theater in LA.

  • And in the meantime, you want to kind of stay busy.

  • So we had a comedy troupe that was Melissa,

  • was Nat Faxon, who wrote The Descendents

  • and was nominated for an Academy Award.

  • It was this guy Tate Taylor, who directed The Help.

  • Now all this in retrospect is blowing.

  • There was a moment--

  • Octavia Spencer used to do our crappy little comedy show.

  • And many of them were nominated in the same year,

  • and it was kind of mindblowing.

  • Because we used to rent theaters.

  • We were all obliged to invite like 20 people,

  • so we could fill it.

  • And Melissa got the idea that we should definitely do two shows.

  • I think there's the demand, so we did two shows.

  • And there was a single human being at the second show.

  • And it fell on Melissa's shoulders

  • to go on and explain to the gentleman

  • that it would be even more awkward for him than for us,

  • if we were to do this show, and he was not having it.

  • And it was a real debate for him to concede.

  • We refunded the money, and that wasn't enough for him.

  • But yeah, we've had some really fun scrap days together.

  • Wow.

  • Dax, it's great catching up with you.

  • I miss you.

  • Say hi to Kristen and those children of yours,

  • whatever their names are.

  • Catch new episodes of Armchair Expert

  • every Monday and Thursday, wherever

  • you listen to podcasts.

  • Thanks, Dax.

  • Thanks, Ellen.

  • Bye, Dax.

The last time we spoke, Dax, your wife seemed

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