字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント -Do people recognize you now, after "Mr. Robot," everywhere? -Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I was on the subway the other day, and someone stopped me -- Well, they stopped my friend and they go, "You know, he looks a lot like that guy, that actor from ´Mr. Robot,´ Rami Malek." And she was about to start. And I said, "That guy?" And she´s like, "Yeah, yeah. Yeah, you look a lot like him. You don´t get that?" And I said, "No, I don´t. That guy? He´s just -- He´s not me. He´s not my type, he´s arrogant, he´s got an attitude problem. I think he´s kind of a dick. I´ve met him once. Not a nice guy." [ Laughter ] -You met him once. -Yeah. Yeah. And she kept going on. She´s like, "No, no, no, I think he´s really sweet." And I´m like, "No, trust me. This guy has an attitude issue." And then I just -- It´s the first time you get a candid kind of response from someone. You don´t have that experience. -Well, it´s kind of fun. Yeah. -Right? -But then she said she loved you. -Yeah. She said she loved me, and then once I found out more, I convinced her to just stay on the subway a little bit longer and go past her stop and just keep complimenting me. [ Laughter ] Then I showed her my ID by the end of it, because I go, "You know what? It is me." -"It is me," yeah. -And she looks and she just stares at it, and she goes, "What are you doing riding the subway?" [ Laughter ] -Oh, I take the subway. -Yeah, like, I´m gonna take the subway for the rest of my life. -Exactly. -Yeah. -Yeah. You have a story about almost getting fired. The lasagna story. -Oh, yes. -I like this story. I think it has a good -- I think it has a good point. -Well, they were asking me about summer jobs I had, and I remember when i was 16, I was doing a catering thing. I had to carry about seven lasagnas up to a doctor´s conference room because someone was trying to sell them pharmaceuticals, a pharmaceutical rep. And I got up there with these eight scalding-hot lasagnas. And it´s like that cartoon character where they´re all teetering on top. And I finally get to the conference table, and one of them slightly starts to go. I´m trying to hold on, and it splatters all over the doctor´s office conference room. -Ooh. -And so I´m horrified. I´m, like, 16. You know, my first job. The world feels like it´s gonna end. And this pharmaceutical rep who´s, you know, a little bit older in her age just kind of looks at me sternly, and I think it´s over. And she just looks at me and she hands me a spatula and she goes, "Scoop it up. Put it right back in there. They´ll never know." [ Laughter ] And...she goes, "It´s a doctor´s office. We´re in a hospital. Everything is sanitized anyway." And I looked up at her, and I was like, "Is she being serious right now? Is she for real?" But then we both scooped it up together, and it was like this life-affirming moment of, "Everything´s gonna be all right. [ Laughter ] -Exactly. Don´t cry over spilled lasagna. -Yeah, exactly. -Exactly, yeah. Everything´s gonna be okay. -Yeah.