字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント -How's Megan Mullally doing? How's she doing? -Megan Mullally is getting better-looking every day. -She is. We love her so much. How long have you guys been married? -Married 17 years. Together 20 years. -Is that right? Hey! [ Cheers and applause ] Good for you. That's awesome. -It's astonishing. -That's amazing. Are you doing anything to celebrate the 20 years? -We are going to make love for 20 minutes. -Wow. [ Laughter ] Oh, that sounds amazing. -Also known as 12 times. -Oh, wow! [ Laughter ] -And that includes a one-minute break. -Okay. [ Laughter ] And now here we are with "In Bed with Nick and Megan." How did this come about, this podcast? -We wrote a book together. -That's right. -And that came -- The last time I was on here, we were both promoting our book, "The Greatest Love Story Ever Told." -It's hilarious. -Available now where fine books are sold... -Wow. -...near you. And, so, she thought up the book. We did the book. It's a bestseller. It's super funny, but also touching and, like, pithy, full of, like, good, earnest, romantic stuff. And then she said, "You know --" We wrote the whole book in our bed. She said, "Let's do that again and make a podcast, and, look, here's Nick Kroll, happens to be in our bed. Hello, Nick. [ Laughter ] Let's get him on the podcast." And we said, "Let's rotate." -He just happened to be in your bed? -Yeah, there's always somebody in our bed. -Sure, of course. Yeah. -And so every -- So, every episode, our guest literally gets into our marriage bed with us. And we record -- It's got the vibe -- Instead of being in a studio, where everybody's got, like, a microphone and it's a little bit stiff, this is -- [ Laughter ] [ Applause ] Give it up. Showbiz. -Yeah. -It's just that easy. [ Laughter ] -It's so stiff all the time. -That's right. -Yeah. -This pod-- -People need to loosen up. -Yeah, the podcast is like at the end of a party when everybody's gone but the last friend or two, and you get talking, and you flop down on, like, a couch or the bed, and maybe you take off some clothes. [ Laughter ] But you end up just having, suddenly, like, a great, deep conversation out of nowhere. It's like that. -Alright, good. Yeah. -There's a wonderful casualness to it. We do wear protection. [ Laughter ] -It's super, super funny, by the way. -We have the most delicious lubes. -What -- [ Laughter ] Don't tell us how you make the sausage, you know? [ Laughter ] Let's talk about "Devs." -Please. -D-E-V-S, "Devs." -Yeah. -What does it stand for? What is it short for? -Devs, it's short for the development branch of this computer company. "Devs" is my new show on FX, on Hulu... -Yeah, double "on." -...it's what it's called. -Yeah, it's the future. -And I understand it's right on time. "Devs" -- Thank you, everybody. [ Laughter ] "Devs" -- -It is right on -- Yeah. -I play this guy named Forest who's a tech genius, and I've created a cooler campus than any of the real-life tech geniuses. Those guys? Idiots. -Yeah. Elon Musk? -Fool. -Dullard. [ Laughter ] -A dullard. -My guy is really smart. He created a quantum computing campus, and it's in the Redwoods. We used the University of Santa Cruz. It's a beautiful setting. -Wow. -So, on my computing campus, we've created a quantum computer that works so well that it's getting into dangerous sci-fi territory. Like, the computer can maybe get all the information and control, mm -- -Everything? -Yeah, a sci-fi amount of stuff. -How did you get involved with this? -Great question. [ Laughter ] I got a phone call that said, "Alex Garland wants to meet you for his new series." Did you see the movie "Ex-Machina"? -Yeah, loved it. -And "Annihilation"? -I don't know if I've seen that. -Natalie Portman, through the jungle, crazy alien force in a lighthouse. -Yes, like last couple years? -Yeah. -Yeah, I did see that. -So, those are both made by Alex Garland, who has made this series. -Why did he go with you? Just -- Had he seen your work? -You're gonna have to ask him. Yeah, he -- Here's the good thing. He wasn't super familiar with "Parks and Recreation." [ Laughter ] Which, although I'm proud of it, and it has done reasonably well, I think that may have tipped him in a different direction. So somehow I got offered this part after I met with Alex. And it's a great part. And it's dramatic. It's not funny. I get a crazy wig. I had a huge beard. -Your face shows a lot of empathy. -That's right. [ Laughter ] -When you're not -- When you're not doing it, you kind of have -- Forgive me -- resting empathy face. -Well -- [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] -Wow. Wow. -I don't know what you're talking about. -Wow. That's really good. You have -- Oh, my God. Look at that. That's a professional right there. That's a pro! [ Cheers and applause ] You know he can do that.