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  • tWitch, hi!

  • Hi, Ellen.

  • How are you?

  • Did Maddox learn anything from that?

  • He left.

  • Did he go to like a--

  • He left.

  • Yeah, I think you had him at English,

  • and then he kind of trailed off.

  • So he learned the word "English," and then he ran off.

  • I was hoping he left to get a pen and paper or something

  • like that to take the notes.

  • But you retained enough of it, you can teach him later.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • I like your Commes Des Garcons shirt.

  • I enjoy--

  • Thank you very much.

  • --the Commes Des Garcons shirt that you're wearing.

  • I love their little heart thing that they do.

  • Do you have to make many trips to the store?

  • I'm wondering if you stocked up like most people,

  • or you're just getting a few things

  • and then going and getting more things.

  • We definitely did-- we tried to stock up as much as possible,

  • but we've had to make a couple of store runs.

  • And now going to Target is like going to the club like back

  • in the day.

  • You're waiting in line.

  • Wesley and I were at Target the other day,

  • and I was in line, like legit wondering

  • if, if I went up to the door and pulled my mask down and been

  • like, Hey, dawg, you watch TV?

  • Can I skip this line?

  • Can I just go inside?

  • But I decided not to do that because that

  • would have been embarrassing if he said no and then--

  • But you know, it's crazy.

  • Worse than that is, yeah, I watch TV,

  • and I don't know who you are.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • That would be embarrassing.

  • Yeah.

  • And now people don't recognize you with the mask on?

  • 'Cause I'm getting recognized when I'm walking.

  • Just with my mask, cars, you know, yell out the window

  • when I'm wearing a mask.

  • Are you really?

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, but you're also wearing your eyes.

  • It's the eyes, Ellen.

  • It's them eyes.

  • And the sigh.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • You don't get recog'd.

  • You know what?

  • You should get yourself something

  • that says "tWitch" on it.

  • You know what we should do is get

  • a mask with the bottom half of our face printed on it, right?

  • So then it's still our face.

  • You can sell that in the Ellen Shop.

  • I'm just saying.

  • I don't know.

  • Whatever.

  • Nobody steal that.

  • That's tWitch's idea.

  • I'm going to try and make them in the yard for you guys.

  • I'm going to find sticks and things and try and do it.

  • Sticks.

  • OK.

  • I don't know.

  • All right, you're going to make a mask out of sticks.

  • Whatever I can find here in the field.

  • I'll get you some stuff.

  • OK.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • But you know what?

  • There are going to be some really creative masks

  • because we're going to have to wear a mask for quite a while,

  • I would assume.

  • So I think we should-- we talked about it before,

  • 'cause you can't tell if somebody's smiling

  • or not when there's a mask on.

  • You can't tell if someone's happy or sad.

  • There should be a lot of different kinds of--

  • I agree.

  • Like mood masks.

  • Remember mood rings that would change depending on your mood?

  • Yeah.

  • We should make-- with masks.

  • Masks.

  • That's cool.

  • I like that.

  • I was at Lowe's Home Improvement the other day, and everybody,

  • like 100 people there had masks.

  • And when you don't see the mouth,

  • everybody's eyes look judgmental.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • Hey, Daddy!

  • Yes.

  • Can I watch that--

  • What's Maddox doing now?

  • --Mickey Mouse?

  • Maddox?

  • Maddox?

  • Wait, Maddox, come here.

  • Ellen's talking to you.

  • Yes?

  • Maddox.

  • Maddox, where did you go?

  • I was trying to teach you English.

  • Where'd you go?

  • I went outside.

  • Outside?

  • My house.

  • OK, that's fine.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • That's cute.

  • All right.

  • I'm getting down now.

  • OK!

  • OK, 'bye.

  • All right.

  • By the way, they may have been looking at you with judgment

  • because what were you doing in Lowe's?

  • I was trying to-- it's a whole thing.

  • OK.

  • We'll talk about that tomorrow.

  • Yeah.

  • All right, we'll be back.

tWitch, hi!

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