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  • -Welcome back to the show.

  • I haven't seen you since "Bates Motel," I think,

  • when you were on here, so congratulations on that...

  • [ Cheers and applause ] -Thank you.

  • -...as well.

  • You were fantastic, and I remember, last time,

  • we were talking about "Bates Motel" and Norman Bates,

  • and I said, "Have you been to the Universal Studios tour?"

  • Because they have a Bates Motel

  • where Norman Bates looks at you on the tour

  • and then starts running after the tram.

  • And you hadn't done it.

  • -I hadn't done it, no.

  • And it must've been three years ago,

  • I finally went and did it.

  • I was doing ADR, actually, on the Universal lot

  • and sort of stole one of their golf buggies and headed on up,

  • and met one of the guys,

  • 'cause I think there's a rotation of them.

  • -Yeah, there's like three.

  • -Of the people who was pretending to be Norman.

  • -Scary murderers, yeah. -Yes, but very nice people, too.

  • -Very nice scary murderer. Yeah, actors, actors. Yeah.

  • -And Norman himself. -Yes, and Norman was very nice.

  • -But I switched out with one of them and put on the costume.

  • He gave me his knife. -No!

  • -Yeah, covered in blood.

  • And then went out and did the gig.

  • -You did the bit? -Yeah.

  • -No!

  • -I knew you'd like it.

  • -Did people go crazy?

  • -I think they were a little bit confused.

  • I -- I got a bit too into it.

  • I think that was the problem.

  • -How far did you chase the tram?

  • -Well, I looked around and was in War of the Worlds,

  • and thought that I'd probably gone too far.

  • Left the Bates Motel premises.

  • -And you went through The Grinch onto War of the Worlds, yeah.

  • You've got to stay in your lane, bro.

  • -So you can see the house. -Yeah, exactly.

  • Wait, because -- Did you come out with a fake dead body and everything?

  • -Yeah, the dead body, then you put it in the car...

  • -In the trunk, yeah. -...and then you just

  • start running manically,

  • I thought, just as far as you could go.

  • You know, it was a good bit of exercise.

  • -He's method. Of course you're gonna do that.

  • You filmed "Bates Motel" -- Was that in Vancouver?

  • -Yes. -And also, this new show,

  • "The Good Doctor," is in Vancouver, as well.

  • -Yes. [ Cheers and applause ]

  • -Vancouver.

  • -I love Vancouver. -I love Vancouver, too.

  • Boy, it's a beautiful place.

  • -It's spectacular. -It's clean.

  • -You have the mountains and the forests.

  • I managed to convince some of the same people

  • who were working on "Bates Motel,"

  • some of the crew, to be on "The Good Doctor,"

  • so it feels like that family's intact.

  • -How did you -- How did you get Rihanna to be on "Bates Motel"?

  • Are you guys buddies?

  • -She -- Well, now, hopefully.

  • -Yeah. [ Laughter ]

  • -Though I wonder what she made of Norman.

  • I think Norma was probably her favorite.

  • -Oh, really? -Yeah.

  • But, no, she was...

  • I think someone had seen a magazine article

  • whereby she had said, "Everyone thinks that I'm bad girl RiRi

  • and stay up all night.

  • But, actually, I like to go home and watch 'Bates Motel' in bed."

  • And from that, they thought, "Well, it would be brilliant.

  • Let's get her on and have her play Marion."

  • She was fantastic.

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • -Good for her. -Yeah.

  • -I love that. Now --

  • -Staying in Vancouver -- I do love Vancouver.

  • Except, there was this one...

  • I have one bad thing to say about Vancouver.

  • [ Laughter ] Which is --

  • -It's very rare.

  • -It was a near close encounter with a bear.

  • -[ Gasps ]

  • See, I wouldn't know what to do there.

  • Where were you? I have no -- I have no...

  • I wouldn't even understand what to do.

  • I think play dead, right?

  • -Well, I think there's two different --

  • -Yeah, there's two different types of bears.

  • -It depends on what it is. -Yeah.

  • 'Cause you have to identify which bear it is.

  • -Well, there's one that you play dead.

  • -And there's one that you run.

  • -And one that you run up a tree. -Yes!

  • -And it's like the Roman-nosed side profile or something,

  • or a shoulder hump.

  • -Ugh!

  • See, this is too much pressure.

  • Wait. What happened?

  • Where were you? Where were you?

  • -Well, I was going up this trail,

  • and a couple of people come down the other way.

  • -That's your first problem, first of all.

  • Stay off the trail. -I know.

  • -Stay off the trail. -Just -- Go into the wilderness.

  • Just stay on the sidewalks. Yeah, absolutely.

  • Vancouver, you're in the trail. Okay, sorry.

  • -And people come down saying, "Oh, we've just seen a bear.

  • You should probably turn back."

  • But I was with a fellow Brit, and, to us, bears are these --

  • It's Paddington Bear.

  • You know, it's this lovely... [ Laughter ]

  • -No!

  • No, he doesn't wear a jacket and a hat.

  • -No, the bear is not in a raincoat! No!

  • -He comes in this box and says, "Please take me home."

  • -No! That's a different bear, totally.

  • -Little, cuddly toy. -No.

  • -So we thought, "Well, it would be great to see one of those."

  • And carry on up, and then, up ahead of us,

  • out jumps a -- a bear,

  • not looking very like Paddington.

  • And so, as I was sort of wondering what to do

  • and trying to work out which sort of a bear it was,

  • I hear this man's laugh,

  • and the bear literally pulls its head off.

  • And it was someone dressed up in a bear costume.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -What is wrong with people?

  • What is -- What is wrong?

  • -I know. -Wait, so this guy comes --

  • -Well, it was on a stag --

  • It was on a bachelor's party weekend,

  • and I think this whole thing

  • had been contrived as some in joke.

  • I don't know -- It was raining.

  • I don't know how long they were there.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • He really needed the raincoat.

  • -Yeah, he should have dressed like Paddington.

  • Yeah, he would've been perfect.

  • I want to talk about "The Good Doctor,"

  • because, man, oh, man, congratulations.

  • -Thank you. -It is a giant...

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • It is a major, major hit.

  • Can you explain what the show is about

  • if anyone has not seen it yet, but I'm sure everyone has.

  • It's a big show.

  • -Yes, hopefully, I can.

  • From my character's perspective,

  • it's this young surgical doctor, Shaun Murphy,

  • who joins a prestigious hospital,

  • but because of his conditions --

  • he has autism and also savant syndrome --

  • his appointment is somewhat contentious.

  • And so, I guess, he has to prove his backers right,

  • but also the people who didn't like him, wrong.

  • -Yeah, and it's great,

  • and it's really connecting with people.

  • Do you know why people are just loving it and flocking to this?

  • Any...things that people are saying to you?

  • Like, is it because it's just positive?

  • -I think that's a large part of it.

  • He's got such a hopeful outlook on the world.

  • I think he's a genuinely nice person

  • who always tries to see the good in people

  • and isn't judgmental,

  • and I guess, at a time when there is so much negativity

  • that's so easy to come by on a daily basis,

  • having someone like Shaun,

  • who's refreshingly optimistic, is nice.

  • -Well, I love what you're doing with it.

  • I want to see more of it.

  • And stay away from those bears. -I will.

  • -Freddie Highmore, I love you, buddy. Come back, please.

-Welcome back to the show.

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フレディー・ハイモアがノーマン・ベイツに扮したNBCユニバーサル・スタジオ・ツアーを追った。 (Freddie Highmore Chased an NBC Universal Studio Tour Dressed as Norman Bates)

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    許瀞尤 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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