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  • Our first guest is one of the most beautiful people

  • in the world, inside and out.

  • Please welcome my friend, Jennifer Garner.

  • Hi, Ellen.

  • Oh, hello.

  • Hello, everyone.

  • It's really nice to see you.

  • Hi.

  • So nice to see you.

  • Don't let Andy scare you back there.

  • We're trying to get some money from Fritos.

  • I can gather as much.

  • It seems like he's really all in.

  • Yeah.

  • Like I have a choice, Jen.

  • Like you have a choice.

  • Thank you, guys.

  • Before we even start, thank you both for keeping us

  • all laughing and keeping everybody

  • just up and optimistic and real during all of this.

  • You all are the best.

  • It's not easy.

  • Thank you for doing it.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you so much.

  • That's--

  • And what Ellen said is true.

  • You are beautiful inside and out.

  • You are genuinely just a ray of light.

  • So I say right back to you, thank you.

  • Yes.

  • Yeah.

  • You really are.

  • Thank you so much for being--

  • thanks for being here with us today.

  • And how is the family holding up?

  • Everyone's really good, you know?

  • Actually, they've been great.

  • We have our moments, of course.

  • But I think they really get kind of the call

  • to action of staying put and of, you know,

  • working hard to keep your chin up.

  • And they're cleaning the house and helping out

  • and they've been really good.

  • What kind of cleaning?

  • Every Sunday we do the whole house.

  • We do every-- we do everything.

  • My son-- I finally let him do his bathroom on his own.

  • He's the 8-year-old.

  • And I walked in after and the whole bathtub was gray.

  • And he had put so much like bathtub cleaner in it

  • and then just filled it with water

  • and emptied the water out.

  • So it had coated the inside of the tub,

  • and it took me like 20 minutes of scrubbing.

  • So we had to take a step back and say, that was thorough,

  • there was a lot of cleaner, but it

  • would have eaten your skin off.

  • So let's try again.

  • Right.

  • Well, you know what?

  • The good news is, he's learning how to clean at an early age

  • and that's going to be very helpful for him later on.

  • Yes.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • Now, this is adorable.

  • I saw the check that he wrote you.

  • You posted this.

  • Please explain.

  • This is the cutest thing I think I've ever heard of.

  • Yep, for being my momma.

  • Yes, he got a checkbook, a kid's checkbook.

  • And, you know, you forget how cool

  • it is just to get something that you're allowed to do

  • that you see grownups doing.

  • And so he was thrilled.

  • He was writing checks for everything,

  • and this was to pay me for the year.

  • For the year of 2019, that's what I earned-- $168.42.

  • How did he work out that number?

  • And how is the-- what's the 42 cents?

  • I mean, I think that was the tip.

  • I see.

  • I see.

  • Wow.

  • Now I saw-- first of all, how are your chickens?

  • The chickens are-- I mean, what a time to have chickens.

  • They've been just out there laying.

  • They just give us eggs.

  • We have eggs out the wazoo.

  • We give eggs to neighbors.

  • Is that how they do it?

  • I don't know, Helen.

  • Ellen.

  • I don't-- all of a sudden your name is Helen.

  • Because I have--

  • She just knows it comes out of the wazoo.

  • I go out there and I look at him on the nest

  • and I kind of say, how are you doing?

  • Like can I move you?

  • Are you-- you don't want to move them at the wrong time,

  • you know?

  • No.

  • No, I understand that.

  • Wait, can I ask a question?

  • Yes.

  • Don't you need roosters to put the eggs into the chickens?

  • Oh my God, Andy.

  • OK, that's why I only--

  • in my special when I say I only eat eggs

  • from chickens who don't have a husband.

  • Because the reason that I don't is because they're not fertile.

  • You're eating eggs that are not fertilized so it doesn't

  • have a baby chicken inside.

  • Oh, OK.

  • Now I get it.

  • Because sometimes when you eat an egg that has been fertilized

  • and, you know--

  • it's a bad situation.

  • Right, OK.

  • So that's why if you don't have a rooster--

  • because they lay eggs.

  • They ovulate.

  • That's just-- they just--

  • That's what they do.

  • Yeah, they just lay eggs all the time anyway.

  • They're just not fertilized.

  • All right?

  • Now we've taught you something.

  • Yes, we have.

  • Thank you, Jen.

  • Thank you, Ellen.

  • I don't know why you think that everybody needs a man.

  • Don't you need a rooster?

  • How do those little chickens get along without a rooster?

  • Forget it.

  • All right, let's talk about the cat in the stroller,

  • because I think this is a clever idea.

  • I've had a stroller for my older dog who has arthritis,

  • and you look like a crazy person walking a dog in a stroller.

  • But is this for cats, this stroller?

  • Oh my gosh, it is.

  • One of my kids was not into going for walks.

  • And we just had to get out of the house.

  • And I said, what can we do?

  • We got to-- we have to just commit to going for walks.

  • And she said, I want to take the cat.

  • So we ordered a cat stroller.

  • I blame Jessica Seinfeld.

  • I want Jessica Seinfeld to know that I blame her.

  • Because she is like a cat lady, and all of a sudden

  • now I have a cat and I have a cat stroller

  • and I take it for walks.

  • And it has a leash.

  • Wait, does your cat enjoy--

  • I've seen cats on leashes before.

  • You really have to train them early on,

  • because they don't really like it unless they get used to it.

  • But does your cat enjoy the stroller?

  • It looks a little like, why am I in here?

  • That's the face that I saw.

  • It's a little bit like why am I in here,

  • but I think it's happy to go out and about.

  • I mean, it's very titillated by the whole--

  • the adventure.

  • I mean, look.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • It's into it.

  • Yeah.

  • All right.

  • Let's take a break.

  • All right, we're going to take a break, because Andy says so

  • and I like to make him think he has some kind of control.

  • We'll be back.

  • From the backyard.

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