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  • So you're here on a day that Fred Savage is here.

  • - Yes. - And you're a big fan of his right?

  • Yes, I was such a "Wonder Years" fan.

  • I'm so excited to be here.

  • Have you met him before?

  • No, nowell, actually, yes. I met him briefly backstage at this reading/film thing that we did.

  • Yeah. He's a sweet guy, he's funny.

  • - Oh, yeah. - Yeah.

  • - Remember him? - Oh, my gosh.

  • Do you guys remember "The Wonder Years"?

  • - Yeah. - I—It was such a huge show in my house growing up.

  • Yeah.

  • And do you remember when Winnie left?

  • And, like, I was just so sad.

  • And then, we were watching the season finale.

  • And we thought that, like it had ended.

  • Kevin was at a dance.

  • My mom went to do the dishes.

  • And it was just me and my brother.

  • And then Winnie Cooper came back.

  • And I remember my brother, like, rocketing up on the couch going, "Winnie's back! Winnie's back!”

  • And to this day, I have no idea what possessed me to go—I said, "Yeah, and she's better than ever!"

  • How old were you?

  • I don't—I was probably about 8 or 9.

  • Wow.

  • Well, was she better than ever?

  • - Oh, Winnie was better than ever. - Yes, ever.

  • - Yeah, she'd grownher hair was amazing... - Yeah, wow.

  • She came in, just likeand you could tell she was looking for Kevin, but she wasn't looking for Kevin.

  • - She was cool. - Wow, you remember all of them.

  • It was... it was an important episode.

  • Yeah, sure.

  • And your son now is how old, 3?

  • Oh, yeah, he's going to be 3 in March.

  • And what is he into?

  • What's a 3-year-old into now?

  • Oh, my gosh, he's into cars, he's into animals, he's into fruit.

  • He's in to so many different things, and he loves "The Lion King."

  • Uh-huh.

  • He just absolutely loves it.

  • That's cute.

  • - Yeah. - That's sweet.

  • Animals, cars, and fruit.

  • Yes.

  • OK.

  • Among... among other things. Music, too.

  • Well, this leads me into the question, because I have this and everyone else.

  • Yes.

  • You've learned something really fascinating.

  • I've heard about this before.

  • Yes.

  • Okay, so I don't know if they have.

  • If you could all reach under your seat, you have a clementine under there.

  • Okay, so just start peeling it while I'm talking.

  • So, over the holidays, we took a family road trip up coastal California.

  • And we found this amazing, like, former hippie enclave from the '60s.

  • And there was a little secondhand bookstore in there called...hold on.

  • There was a little secondhand bookstore, and I found a book in there by this guy who used to be called Dr. Q.

  • And he wrote a book called "Citrus Healing."

  • And it was all the ways that you can incorporate citrus into your life to kind of like raise your health.

  • You know, aromatherapy, and you can use the peels to, for cleaning products.

  • And one of the things was how to incorporate citrus into your meditation practice.

  • And it was called "Clementime."

  • It was cute.

  • So, if you kind of poke a hole in your clementine, what you're going to do is you're going to put it up to your teeth and put your mouth around it.

  • And you're going to- but don't bite and don't choke.

  • - I thought it was just one section. - And you're just going to-

  • It's the whole thing?

  • Oh no, it's the whole thing.

  • So breathe in.

  • I already put mine-

  • You're all breathing in?

  • Wait, I have to put my back together.

  • I took it apart.

  • If you took yours apart, don't worry.

  • It still works.

  • You just hold it together.

  • Okay.

  • Okay, so breathe in.

  • All right.

  • Okay, and then breathe out.

  • Still doing it.

  • Regulates your breathing.

  • Now, you do a sort of- it's not quite an Ujjayi breath.

  • But in the back of your throat, you go...

  • Can you guys do it?

  • And then you breathe out.

  • Okay, keep doing it.

  • Keep doing it.

  • Wait, with that in your mouth you do that?

  • Yeah, it's kind of like...

  • Yeah.

  • Keep doing it.

  • Breathe out.

  • Do you guys feel a little bit better?

  • Feel good?

  • That's impossible.

  • I made the whole thing up.

  • What?

  • I made the whole thing up, Ellen.

  • The take away of this is: do not put something in your mouth just because a celebrity tells you to.

  • You are free to throw your clementine at me now.

  • Aah.

  • Guys, I just have to say thank you so much for going with that.

  • It was my - one of my resolutions in 2019 was to use my fame to prank a whole lot of people at once.

  • Wow.

  • So you guys just helped me fulfill one of my resolutions.

  • Thank you so much.

So you're here on a day that Fred Savage is here.

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Anne Hathaway Pranks Ellen's Audience with 'Clementime'

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