-I was gonna ask you
how Honest Company’s doing, but I already know.
-It’s great. It’s going really well, yeah.
-Yeah, it’s great. I feel super, just,
lucky and blessed. -I mean, congrats on this.
-Thank you. This thing’s, like,
almost worth, like, a billion dollars or something. -Oh, people put
valuations on it, but at the end of the day,
like, I had this idea. I just felt like
people should have safer and healthier options…
-I use it. -…for them to live
their best life. -Yeah, but you started
with, what — with diapers? -I started with baby products, personal-care products
for the family and cleaning, and now we’re in beauty.
-Wow. -So we have a whole
makeup and skin line. -And how long have you
been doing this? -Only seven years.
-Congrats on that. -So, it’s like it’s still
really young — thank you. -Oh, please, I’m so happy
for you. That’s unbelievable. -But I got to a point
with the business — I have a great CEO,
and he’s my partner, and I got to a point with
the business where I was like, I miss acting. -Really, yeah.
-Yeah. -‘Cause, yeah,
you kind of, like, said, “Well, uh,
I’ll act a little bit.” -Yeah, I stopped doing it
for about ten years — almost eleven years
since I had Honor. -But you crushed your company. I mean, it’s amazing.
It’s taken off. -Thank you.
-But now — now, you — So, you got back into acting. -So, then —
then I got this opportunity. Jerry Bruckheimer called, and Gabrielle Union
called, and — -We love Gabrielle Union. -And I was like,
“I’ll take that call, um… Of course. Like, I’m honored.
Like, what’s this about?” And they sent a script,
and, you know, I’ve always wanted
to be an action hero. That was always like — I wanted to be Bruce Willis
in “Die Hard.” I didn’t want to be
the girl getting saved. -Yeah, I see
what you’re saying, yeah. -I wanted to be, you know, the one doing the action
and the comedy and all of that, and this is the first time
I’ve ever read a female — and two women,
two women of color — that are starring
in an action genre. It’s really cool.
-Good for you, yeah. Yeah, that’s great. [ Cheers and applause ] It’s called, um — It’s called “L.A.’s Finest,” and it’s you
and Gabrielle Union, and, basically —
I mean, without… You’re– You’re police officers. -We’re police officers.
-Yeah. -L.A.’s finest.
-L.A.’s finest, yeah, exactly. Kind of,
title says what it is, really. -We may live
in the gray area of the law. We don’t always, uh…
-Ooh! -…you know,
do the right thing, but we got each other’s back. -Dangerous! Yeah!
-A little dangerous. A little mysterious background,
but we’re cracking jokes, And L.A. is a character
in the show, and what’s so cool is
we have a family-friendly set. -You do?
-We do. -So the kids get to see you do
all these stunts and everything? -Yeah, and I set up
my trailer so that, like, there’s a whole, like,
baby situation, and then Gab had her baby,
so, set her trailer up. -Oh, my gosh.
-And it’s not just us. Like, even the crew — We had a teachers’ strike,
and the crew got — some of the crew members
just didn’t have childcare, and we didn’t even bat an eye when they were bringing
their children to set, and they’re, like,
by video village and they’re saying
“action” and “cut” and just hanging out all day. -Really?
-Yeah. -That’s the way to do it, right?
-And in Hollywood — I don’t know
if you guys know this, but that’s just —
that’s, like, unheard of. -It really yeah. -But when two women
are executive producing… -That’s what — yeah, see…
-…family friendly. -That’s what you get.
-Family friendly. -Make it work, yeah.
-Yeah. -Uh, I want to show a clip. Here’s Jessica Alba
and Gabrielle Union in “L.A.’s Finest.”
Take a look at this. You’re the only person
around here who can get his hands on this. -You and me
have an understanding. -Which ended the second your
hardware was used on the LAPD. -You can’t prove nothing. -Last chance
to do this friendly. -No, no, no. I got this. See, normally, Syd is the one
who would lose her cool, and I would calm her down, but there’s a kid involved, and I’m not playing
good cop tonight. -You’re bluffing.
-She can’t bluff. -It’s — It’s a whole thing. -If you don’t talk
by the time I’m done, I’m gonna pull this trigger.
-McKenna. -LAPD tracks
every round that we fire, but if one of your guns
goes off… Accidents happen, right? -Time’s up! [ Cheers and applause ]
-Ohh! Come on! Jessica Alba, everybody! Check out “L.A.’s Finest”
now on Spectrum On Demand.
– Hey! How are you?
I’m Carrie. – It’s so nice to meet you.
Hi! Congratulations the Cure! – Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
inductees, 2019. – Are you as excited as I am? By the sounds of it, no. – Oh no! What are we
going to do? I’m sure we’ll get there eventually.
It’s a bit early, isn’t it? – Yeah, I guess it is.
Maybe we just need a few drinks. God forbid.
[Laughs] Thank you! It’s weird because I was saying
to Trent [Reznor] earlier this is completely different
to singing. It’s much more difficult. – Is there anything special
about this night for you? – Is this something that
you’ve ever thought about? – Is this something that
you’ve wanted? This is where half my brain is saying:
“Come on, say the right thing!” I am subsumed into the
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, despite all our best attempts. You just can’t win, can you? – You win in my book.
Lily’s Ice Scream Loco Nuts
>>WELL, THAT’S GAME OVER FOR
ME. WANT TO WATCH TV LATER?
>>SOUNDS GOOD.>>SEE YOU LATER.
PLAYING A VIDEO GAME?>>YES, I LOVE IT.
>>TONIGHT I’M MAKING MARGARITAS.
>>PERFECT. ADAM AND I ARE WATCHING LATER.
>>WHAT? WHY IS THIS THE FIRST TIME I’M
HEAR BEING THIS. I HAVE TO FIGURE OUT WHAT’S
GOING ON. WE NEED TO TALK.
>>I HAVE NO ABSOLUTELY NO IDEA WHAT HE IS WANTING TO TALK
ABOUT. I’M PLAYING MY VIDEO GAME.
>>WHAT’S UP?>>I WAS GOING TO MAKE
MARGARITAS FOR JUST YOU AND ME AND NOW THE TV THING WITH RYAN?
I GUESS I’M CONFUSED.>>I SORT OF FORGOT ABOUT
MARGARITA NIGHT.>>EXCUSE ME?
ADAM WAS ONE OF THE ONLY GUYS IN THE HOUSE I CAN TRUST AND HE
FORGETS ABOUT MARGARITA NIGHT? NOW I REALLY HAVE TO FIGURE OUT
WHAT’S GOING ON.>>YOU FORGOT?
>>I’M SORRY. ARE WE STILL COOL?
>>I GUESS. WE ARE.
I’M REALLY PROUD OF YOU FOR TELLING ME THE TRUTH.
>>ALEX AND I ARE COOL AGAIN. HE’S QUICKLY BECOMING ONE OF MY
FAVORITE GUYS IN THE HOUSE.>>HEY, HEY.
I’M READY FOR TV TIME WITH MY MAIN MAN, ADAM.
I MADE PINA COLADAS. WAIT.
ALEX?>>LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, MAY I
INTRODUCE TO YOU, DRAMA.>>CAN WE TALK?
>>IS ANYONE GOING TO EXPLAIN TO ME WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON?
>>LET ME EXPLAIN TO YOU WHAT’S GOING ON HERE.
>>FINALLY, SOME ANSWERS. I’M LISTENING, PEOPLE.
>>WHAT HAPPENED EARLIER THAT I THINK YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT.
>>I’M MAKING MARG REIT AS.>>FORGOT ABOUT MARGARITA NIGHT.
>>YOU WERE GOING TO MAKE MARGARITAS.
>>YEP. NOW THAT I SEE THAT YOU HAVE
MADE PINA COLADAS, WE NEED TO HAVE A CHIT-CHAT.
>>OKAY. NO COMMENT.
>>I’M STAYING OUT OF THIS.>>I THINK YOU NEED SOME
PRIVACY.>>THE REASON I WANTED TO TALK
TO YOU IS I WANT TO CANCEL MARGARITA NIGHT AND I WANT TO
KNOW IF YOU WILL MAKE ME A PINA COLADA.
>>REALLY?>>THE ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION
IS — NO. BECAUSE IT’S ALREADY MADE.
THERE IS EXTRA LEFT IN THE BLENDER.
I’M GOING TO POUR SOME FOR YOU NOW.
>>AS WE RETURN TO THE HOUSE, SEATTLE, SEASON 6,000.>>APPROXIMATE ARE SAY WHAT?
>>FIRST THE MARGARITAS AND NOW THIS.
THAT’S WHY THEY CALL IT THE HOUSE.
>>WELCOME TO MY AWKWARD LIFE.
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– It don’t get. Why did we get off that
lovely jetliner in Minneapolis and switch to this rickety old thing? – Because the jets are too
big to land at St. Gustav. – St. Gustav? I thought we were flying to St. Olaf. – Oh, St. Olaf doesn’t have an airport. The only way you can get to St. Olaf is to fly to St. Gustav and
then take land transportation to St. Olaf. Even the birds do it that
way when they migrate. (audience laughs) – I don’t believe this. – Could be worse. We could be going to Beaver Falls. – Beaver Falls? That’s my stop. (bell dings) (audience laughs) – Breaker one nine, the lady’s
got a question, ten four. – Where do you go the bathroom? – I’m glad you asked, little missy. You got your private
restroom quarters right over here, conveniently located right off of the master bedroom. See, you got all your privacy. Nobody knows your business. – Hey, I can actually hear you better now. (audience laughs) All right, what happens
if we use the bathroom and we’re out on the road? Where does everything go? – Well, you ride around
with it for a few days till you find a place to drain it. – Oh my God. (audience laughs) – It’s all right here in the handout. – Oh, more bunnies. – Oh, if I could just remember where I put the reservation book. – No TV in the room? (audience laughs) – Did you really want a TV this weekend? – No, no, no, we’ll arm wrestle. (audience laughs) – And the common bathroom
is just across the hall. – No bathrooms in the rooms either? Can I ask you something? What is in the room? Is uh, are we in the room right now? – Ray. – Please review the information
cards in your seat pockets for the safety information
in the unlikely event of a mishap during our flight. – Mishap, what, what did she mean? What did she mean by mishap? She means like bad movies, or cold food, or running out of ice. (audience laughs) – Running out of gas. – Oh my God. (audience laughs) – Will you just calm down? Here, drink some champaign. – No, I don’t like champaign. – Go ahead, it might relax you. (audience laughs) – Didn’t make me relaxed. Just makes me wanna burp. (audience laughs) I’ll probably burp and the pressure in the cabin will change and
we’ll fly into a mountain. – That would be a good
example of a mishap. (audience laughs) – Rose, do me a favor,
fasten your seatbelt. Over you mouth! (audience laughs) ♪ Ba na na na na na ta ♪ ♪ Ba na na na na na ta ta ♪ ♪ Ba na na na na na ta ♪ ♪ Ba na na na ta ♪ ♪ Ba na na na ta ♪ ♪ Ba na na na ta ♪ ♪ Ba na na na na tum tum ♪ Gridlock! (audience laughs) Ba na na–
– Stop. – Why don’t you take the suitcase? – What suitcase? (audience laughs) – You know what suitcase. – Are you referring to the suitcase that you haven’t moved in three weeks? Is that the suitcase to
which you are referring? – Why couldn’t you move it? – Why couldn’t you move it? – All right, you are
not going to the airport with a grocery bag. (audience laughs) Take the suitcase! – You know what? I don’t need it. (audience laughs) – Okay, you know what? (audience laughs) – Oh. (audience claps and cheers) Yeah, good! Good! Real mature! (audience laughs) I don’t care! I don’t care, thanks to the good people at Waldbaums, I got a complete
set of luggage right here! (audience laughs) – How you doin’ out there, Ma? – [Sophia] Fine. – Sophia, why don’t you wanna
sit back here with us, honey? – Because after three days on the road with you guys, this jackass smells better. – [Man] Thank you. (audience laughs) (logo whooshes)
Zac Efron is shooting
a new survival show. -Thank God. Thank God!
-(cheering, whooping) He’ll spend 21 days
off the grid, uh, called Killing Zac Efron. It’s like a Bear Grylls thing
or something. I will tell you,
you won’t catch me doing this. -FEIMSTER: Oh, yeah?
-Oh, I could never… I’d be like, “Where do you
plug your phone in?” -There’s no way.
-He’s going into the woods. He does look
a little gacked up here. -He looks a little nuts.
Oh, calm down already. Yeah. Gack Efron? I don’t… so he… he went from all these movies
to just running in the woods -for 21 days?
-SPADE: I think… it’s not the natural trajectory,
but I think it’s… Yeah. I think the real title is
Killing Zac Efron’s Career. (laughter) -I’m very snarky today.
-Yeah! It’s a new side of you. Yeah, I wish more men
would disappear in the woods for 21 days. -(laughter)
-SPADE: Yeah! -(applause)
-Get rid of them! -Yo!
-Get out of here. All us ladies can hug
and share feelings. SPADE:
Yeah. You know, I was trying to
imagine, like, you know, like, you know,
there probably is some kind of a loin cloth situation,
I’d imagine. So I just imagine him going to,
like, of course it’s L.A., so there’s gonna have to be a
loin cloth shop that you go to. And they have a special room
for high-end loin cloths. And, you know, and it’s like,
and they have names, like, you know, “The Sherry”
or, you know, “The Floofie,” or whatever. And it’s, like,
comfortable on the inside but it’s rugged on the outside,
you know. Yeah, this dude,
he’s– he is ripped. I saw the Baywatch movie
a bunch of times. -And, uh…
-(laughter) Dude, he is ripped,
like, shredded. Him and The Rock were in it. -I was like…
-FEIMSTER: For sure. I see why I stepped away
from the movies for a bit. It’s too much pressure. Ii have a Soloflex in my garage. But I’d watch him paint a face on a volleyball and (bleep) it. I don’t care,
you know what I mean? I don’t know if that’s the plan. -That probably is.
-Maybe day 18. He’s bored of eating crickets -or whatever
he’s going out there. -Yeah. Just some gay Quibi executive
being like, “All right. Zac Efron. Woods. Shirtless.” -WATTS: Done. -SPADE: Go.
-Sold. It’s really important
it’s a hot climate. Can I stress that enough?
A hot climate. Unless Quibi
somehow goes out of business -and he just stays out there.
-FEIMSTER: Yeah. They never pick him up
at the end. Gilligan’s Island. In future bankruptcy news–
Oh, I shouldn’t say that. Uh, The Weeknd,
I’m not saying… I’m not saying–
I take that back. He just bought a house,
a penthouse in Beverly Hills for $25 million. Uh, Fortune, you look
irresponsible with money. What do you think… I-I clearly spend it on clothes. But we can’t say for sure
he can’t afford it. He’s a very successful guy. I hope he knows he’s gonna have
to work all week to pay for that. (applause) Yeah, we should go around
and say what’s the stupidest,
funniest thing we’ve spent $25 million on. PAPA: Who?
Well, last night… -Last night.
-Last night? Okay. I, uh, I really wanted
Cool Ranch Doritos, and I was too lazy to go out
so I Postmates them, and the Postmates was more
than the Doritos, so I know
what he’s going through. -SPADE: Yeah, that’s true.
-We know. (applause) But you’re a celebrity, that’s
what you’re supposed to do. SPADE: That’s right.
You get a lot of– I mean, he’s got a lot of money. $25 million for a condo, though,
no yard. -Uh…
-I mean, it feels like New York, like, they do that all the time,
it’s so expensive. But I would hate to have,
like, a Rolls-Royce and then you have
tandem parking underneath. Hey, move that Corolla. I got to run out real quick. Or just give me your keys
and I’ll… It’s just, yeah, $25 million. I mean, I don’t know.
I guess that’s, like, I guess that’s the average price
now in L.A. for a… -SPADE: It’s pretty high.
-For a condo. -It’s pretty bad.
-Yeah. I mean… I’ve seen, like, on Zillow, I’ve been through Beverly Hills
and I just see a house, and I look it up, and it’s,
like, $20 million. And then at the bottom, it goes, “Your mortgage payment would be
$228,000 a month.” I’m like, “Oh, thanks. Oh, okay,
well, I was looking for… $220,000 was my ceiling.” I guess I’ll cancel Hulu
so I can make that payment. You have to, you got
to make it work. -Right.
-(applause) Okay, a man in India was,
uh, arrested for posing as a pilot in order
to get through security faster. Kind of smart. They said he wasn’t a real pilot ’cause he wasn’t drunk
at the time. Uh, but, you know,
he’s got that little lanyard, but I think it’s smart,
’cause it goes under his tie. -WATTS: Yes. I just noticed
that. -PAPA: Oh, yeah. So he could be going
to the VMAs. -They look…
-Yeah. He’s very serious. -It fits him pretty well.
-Yeah. If he’s not flying, that’s fine. -Yeah. I don’t…
-Yeah, he just… -Yeah, that’s the rule.
-It’s just what he’s wearing. Yeah, I think…
I-I-I would overlook it. -FEIMSTER: I got to…
-Get to the head of the line. I got to board a flight early ’cause they thought I was
dressed like a mechanic. -Oh, no.
-(laughter) You know. There was a loose radiator hose -so I was glad I checked it out.
-SPADE: That’s funny. I love it.
‘Cause these pilots… I mean, honestly, I see… You hear a lot of them drink.
I don’t know if it’s true. But when you get on,
they just… Fl… You know,
that’s the hard part, and then it’s, like,
six-hour flight, and then it’s hard again. But in the middle,
they got to be, like, hanging. -Yeah.
-Maybe a few… No. -Yeah.
-I’ll look the other way. I mean, the thing is,
like, what happens? Like, once he gets
through security, does he go into a bathroom
and then change into a civilian? -Like, or, I mean… You know?
-SPADE: Right. Oh, I think he stayed
the whole time. -Well…
-Think so? ‘Cause he was getting upgrades, -and he was taking, like,
pictures in the cockpit. -What? -What?
-Yeah. If you’re pr…
If you are saying you’re a pilot and you’re wanting a selfie
with other pilots, -you’re not a pilot.
-Yeah. Oh, my God. -That’s the really fun part.
-That’s crazy. That’s so crazy. I think it’s a good idea. I mean, you know, there’s
a lot of crowds out there. You got to get
to the head of the line. This is very similar
to how I got one of those Popeye
chicken sandwiches this summer. -Yeah.
-You dressed like a pilot? I dressed like a drunk pilot.