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  • -You are here in studio! -I'm here!

  • -This is the most energy we've ever felt in the studio

  • since we got back to the studio.

  • -You and I know how to bring the energy.

  • -I mean, are you used to now walking out every day?

  • I mean, from doing the show every day,

  • like, you have an entrance every day?

  • -Yes. And our director, Adam, you know, he was like,

  • "If you want to change it up and walk from somewhere else,

  • there are no rules," and I was like, "Got it.

  • It really took you saying that for me to realize that."

  • Like, I would have done the same thing every day.

  • I always wanted to end the show a certain way

  • and I finally found that with, like, this thing, doggy bag.

  • We'll see if it works 'cause you said it too.

  • You try things, and some things work and some things don't.

  • -What's doggy bag?

  • -It's something to take with you.

  • -Oh! -Like at a restaurant.

  • -Yes. Brilliant. -I personally could live

  • a very happy life if I was a personal curator.

  • Like, just let me curate for you.

  • -Yeah. -And that's what doggy bag is.

  • -Yeah. I feel like it's kind of what your show is as well.

  • -It is a mood board. It is a curation.

  • -It's so very you because you go like, "Yeah, today I want to --

  • I want to talk to --"

  • You've launched that -- That kid star is gigantic.

  • -Jonah! Jonah Larson, who did our pilot,

  • which was not a pilot, let's face it.

  • It was an audition tape,

  • and he came in from Wisconsin and did it with me.

  • And so we were able to get to know each other in person,

  • which was great, so when the show got picked up for real,

  • he was one of my first phone calls.

  • I was like I meant what I said.

  • -This kid has got personality plus.

  • He's a superstar. But you have him.

  • Pilar, who, I mean, the chef. -Pilar.

  • Pilar Valdes -- she's this extraordinary chef

  • who I hope soon everyone will know,

  • and she's changed our lives, and she's self-taught and cool.

  • -But every day you have someone on the show where I go like,

  • "Ooh, that's someone I've never heard of,"

  • and now they're part of my world,

  • and I love that you're doing that.

  • -I feel like it's -- it was such an opportunity

  • for me to -- again, that's that curation of life.

  • I'm, like, I have found these wonderful people in my journey

  • and if I could ever be alongside of them,

  • then, really, that's the whole point.

  • It's not, like, me presenting.

  • It's I want to stand next to this person because I've --

  • I feel like life is better with them in it.

  • -Do you like doing the interviews?

  • -I love it.

  • -I think my favorite interview that you did

  • was with your ex, with Tom Green.

  • That was unbelievable.

  • -And that was -- There was no questions prepared for that.

  • I had an offline conversation with him because we didn't want

  • it to be some bougie Hollywood moment like,

  • "Let's reconnect in front of the cameras."

  • But that said, I was, like, you know --

  • the thing that I love about Tom was he is one of

  • the first people to have put a camera on his life, you know,

  • when it was a giant, fat camcorder

  • and there were no easy phones available.

  • -Yeah, yeah. -You know?

  • His stuff was on, like, VHS.

  • I remember watching his VHS tapes.

  • And so it's what gave me the idea, because I just said,

  • you know, "Gosh, would you want to, you know, kind of reconnect?

  • I feel like it's been a long time,

  • and I would just love to honor what you did.

  • You broke down all these doors. You are a pioneer.

  • And I would love to talk about it

  • and have it be an excuse for us to say hello."

  • That's the tone. I sent him a video.

  • And then he sent me one back.

  • And immediately he made me laugh,

  • and that's like my kryptonite. -That's him.

  • -Laughter. -It was fascinating.

  • It was fascinating TV.

  • If you have not seen it, go on YouTube

  • or thedrewbarrymoreshow.com and check out this clip.

  • It was just good.

  • It was different. It was fresh and it was raw.

  • And I thought that was fascinating.

  • I loved it.

  • -That means a lot coming from you because I think

  • we're some of the least "gotcha"-type of people.

  • -Yeah. No, no, no, I don't do that at all.

  • -And I don't like doing it and I don't want it done to me

  • and it's just not my wheelhouse.

  • And I just wanted to have a lot of dignity and a gentle moment.

  • And it was nice to hear from some people saying like,

  • "I'd like to have that with someone from my past,"

  • you know, whether it was a specific person.

  • A lot of people were talking about how they'd like to have

  • that kind of exchange from someone who, you know,

  • they had a significant chapter of their life with.

  • -Yeah, I think that's probably the thing about your show

  • is that daytime different than late night,

  • but you kind of want to spark

  • a conversation and keep that going.

  • I mean, and you did it.

  • But you know what else you did that I was so impressed

  • and I already told you and Chris Miller.

  • I go, "How did you do the invisible chair?"

  • -The green screen. -The "Star Trek" guest.

  • You did it. Dude, you hit a home run with that.

  • That was such a good idea.

  • Here's the idea.

  • So, Drew is like, "Here's my first guest."

  • I think it was Lucy Liu and Cameron Diaz maybe.

  • They come walking out, they sit on a chair,

  • and we're in quarantine.

  • You go, "No, no, no." What? They're in your --

  • What? How is this happening? -Yeah.

  • -It was totally -- They were in L.A.

  • Or Cameron was in L.A. -Cameron was in L.A.

  • Lucy was in the studio. -That freaked me out.

  • It was amazing.

  • But Cameron walks out like she's walking on your studio.

  • It doesn't look like a puppet or something.

  • It looks like a human being. It's brilliantly done.

  • You know who gave you props?

  • I don't know if -- You probably saw this.

  • Oprah. Oprah Winfrey gave you -- she did an interview.

  • I know, yeah, exactly. -I can't believe it!

  • -Yeah, Oprah gave you -- That's when you know

  • you're doing well, right,

  • when Oprah's like, "I saw what Drew Barrymore did

  • and I wanted to do that."

  • -I mean, just -- You know? -Not bad.

  • -But I'm glad because now we can all embrace this.

  • I mean, it's, like, we're here on this show

  • and it's a big deal now.

  • This used to be so status quo.

  • No one thought about this. -No.

  • -And now to have a live person? Some people --

  • -We're so happy to have you. [ Applause ]

  • -It's a big deal! -It's a giant deal.

  • -It makes us appreciate it. -I am so appreciative.

  • You brought us a clip.

  • Here's a look at "The Drew Barrymore Show."

  • Take a look at this.

  • -For anyone watching,

  • can you guess which one of us isn't really here?

  • -[ Gasps ]

  • -Welcome back!

  • -I'm the one in Los Angeles.

  • -Oh! [ Laughter ]

  • -You got to try this. It's so incredible.

  • The ether, the little particles going out into space

  • and coming back and remassing into this beautiful space.

  • You guys, it's crazy. You should try it.

  • It tingles. [ Laughter ]

  • -It tingles. You got to try it.

  • "The Drew Barrymore Show" airs weekdays.

  • Check your local listings or go

  • to thedrewbarrymoreshow.com for more info.

-You are here in studio! -I'm here!

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Drew Barrymore’s Tom Green Interview Was Raw and Unscripted

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