字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Now we have some MVPs of the team, Coco world, you know, her as the cohost of Conan O'Brien needs a friend Sonoma Ceci. And is here, you know him from Black-ish you know him from this very funny special on Netflix called cold-hearted, which I personally I wanted that name, but you know, he got it before me and he's got a new, special slash non special out. I want to talk to him about please. Welcome Sonoma SSKC and Deon Cole. Thank you both for being here. What's up family. How's everybody. We're good. Donna, what is that behind you? No, I don't know. Okay, so I'm at, I'm at the Largo where I'm backstage. Cause we're shooting today. And then I looked over and there's a random like military uniform here for no reason. I don't even know what this is. What side is that for? What does that represent? The what? What kind of military? What does that is that when Americans, ally, I don't even know Role-play outfit. I put it on, put it on a lot of trouble. Just random military outfit behind her Could be for any side Size, probably about this the perfect size fits like a glove. And it's not yours That you feel powerful. Yes. I feel like I can do anything without any repercussions. Boxing As hell was like a Steve Harvey suit in the military. I remember I wrote a bid for cone in about Steve Harvey suits and that didn't Yeah, I might be giving away. Oh, snap. Would it take for you to join any sort of military organizations? I don't think I could ever join the military. I don't know. Can you guys I, no, I wouldn't because I did a TV show where I played a soldier and then I always get cast as a soldier who dies immediately. It's like coward, soldier, number one, we were like I don't think we can do this. And I die when like the first part of the show when the credits are still rolling of like who's in the show. I died at that part. I'm black. I know every black person dies during the credits of horror movies die. When like the, every horror movie the credits go up and they go what's that During the song during the song where they introduce everyone. No, it's about me and my cone in bed the desk moving back and forth. Yeah. Look at you. Look at the setup. You guys are not familiar. Dr. Cole has been deejaying disco mornings. You bought all this equipment a couple of years ago. And then just in the lockdown, you started Bought it four years ago and never had time to play with it and just had it sitting up. And then when this pandemic hit, I was like let me see if I can play this. And next thing you know, I start at DJ sending me records to break and all of that. So it's been going great. It's I'm good. It's been fun. Something to do. Keep your mind saying you live alone and you don't have no woman or no pets. He's the DJ that cries like right before the bass drops, he fully cries. You took to live through the music. When I first started people's bossing up laughing, man it was like, don't quit your day job. Like, cause I was so horrible with it but I figured, you know what? If I learn how to do this in front of these people's faces. They going to feel some kind of way because you should be doing something with your pandemic time. You should be learning a new language, writing the script doing something you love to do. And while you're laughing at me, I'm going to I'm going to get better. And that's exactly what happened. Do you ever do requests? I know DJs absolutely hate that. Nah, I won't do no requests. No, not at all. Coming up to the booth, grabbing on your equipment. Yeah. I'm like, why are you going to come in here and ask to request something you just heard in the car? Like you should have it on your playlist already. Come in here and want to hear it too. Like you love it. That much. You play a Full episode of the Joe Rogan podcast. I've started talking about nootropics. That's how I get. Yeah. And you also have your record behind you deliver try to work your standup into some disco just on the B side. Yeah, one day I did it one day I played a track and I played, I played my, my, my comedy on the track but then I took it off. Cause I play every Sunday at like 11:00 AM and a lot of older people and it just didn't go good with disco Sunday fellowship. And I was gone. You see that being out, sticking the mouth, pushing them. I was like, yeah, that ain't that ain't that ain't the Lord. This guy be, I don't know this guy. I need a backslide as our Deon Cole, Saturday night, backslid backslid. So Sona has picked up kind of a quarantine skill. You picked up archery. If you kept up with that, my husband wanted to buy a gun and I was like, please don't buy a gun. And so he's like, okay, I'm going to buy a bow and arrow. And so he bought like this massive bow and arrow and all the equipment like the risk card and the thing that you put on your back to like pull out arrows, what is it called? A Quill quiver. I forgot Quill quiver, quiver. And so sometimes like we just go into our backyard and we just shoot bows and arrows that this bag. Wow, just enough. Terrible things were happening last year that I remember when, when you, when you were you told me about this, I my first thought was not like, Whoa, that's whimsical. It was like, that's actually smart. It's actually fun. It sounds fun as hell. But if you're using it to protect you all, you will be shot. Just know, just know that, know that they will shoot you the time it takes for him to put his gloves on and grab his arrows Lick the arrow and line it up. Cause I know he licked his arrow lick the arrow and line it up. Why is tack making the arrows? Because that you got this dissenters, the away to do it. You gotta lick the arrow. You lick your arrow, you do all of this and then you gotta then you gotta like Amy, you gotta get the AME. He will be Well, why is he signing up to leave DNA at the scene? That's just, that's just sick arrows stuff. You do, man. Arrow stuff is cool. Arrow stuff. There are, there are better ways to protect yourself from like a home invasion. Robert was standing there like this, like In your dressing room What did he say? We missed a solid joke. He said, I left that rash cream in your dressing. That's great. Tell us about the rash. There is no rash. He's just being an. You know, Matt's a pretty sharp guy. He wouldn't just make something up beyond you did something I would never do where you put out essentially a non special, special pretty recently on Netflix his YouTube channel. I think it's on where you're working out material for tour for not even a special where you're like I have a half idea to even before you go on, you do these small Shows that if, if anyone even listen to a voice memo of mine, I think I would die. And you put this out, eats so funny. It's hostile. You're yelling at audience members. It's incredible. What, besides just like having nothing to do. What was the incentive behind putting that out? I'm thinking like, yeah, all that material that I was working on for my special that I chose not to use, it's still funny. And I was like, man I wonder I should put something together. So I put together all this footage of stuff that I was doing, that I was working on, that that I did not choose from for my tour or my up and coming special. And I was like, man, I should just put it together and show the people, just the whole process of, of of how we come up with material and how it doesn't work and how we insecure with it. And just these nights of everything and glorified everything ain't in front of 3000, 5,000 people every night. This is 40 people, me trying to work this out and show people this process, you know, as well as give them something, you know, that they can laugh at and have during these pandemic times or whatever. So I put it together and Netflix solid and they was like like, like, yeah, we can definitely do this. And I was like, yeah we should definitely put it on the YouTube channel. Like just keep it wrong, give it to the people. And they was like, yeah, let's do it. And we put it out. And I think I'm like up to I've spent probably about since October November. Yeah, we almost I said it a million, which is crazy. I, I watched it maybe a couple of times it was the first thing that made me really miss performing lie because that's what it is. You watch a special, someone has a bunch of purple lights behind them and a leather shirt. They never wear that. Doesn't make me miss it. That's like, Oh, I feel like his agents are backstage. But when you're in the lab, you're yelling at people. This woman's eye catfish. That was the first thing that made me miss performing live. And it was, and it was genuine, you know it was a genuine, it was a genuine take. All those with genuine takes. And I was like preparing for my tour that I was going to go out on in April. And then when COVID hit, it just stopped all that. And I just was like, you know? But so the trip out thing is, people love it and I'm glad they love it and they'd be gravitating to it. But they didn't, they still haven't seen what I kept. So I would love. So if, if they're loving that I can't wait for them to see what I kept, you know out of all those nights. Yeah. Because also you're doing well. You're the first person I've seen do well in am I wrong? Is this performed in the improv lab?