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  • Well, my friend, I hope that you keep

  • doing other things because I love

  • when I have you on the show and I will miss that.

  • You'll have to at least just keep coming on the show.

  • Well, I was thinking this might be my last show because I'm

  • unemployed.

  • No, I know.

  • But you can come no matter what.

  • Good.

  • We can just go out about different things.

  • Because you have really-- you don't do a lot of talk shows.

  • No.

  • And yet you have been on this show many times

  • and I enjoy it all the time.

  • Thanks for being here.

  • Well, thank you.

  • And I've always enjoyed it when I'm here.

  • Well, good.

  • Yeah.

  • So you're not really good--

  • I love that you've been so successful in this business

  • and you know nothing about people in the business.

  • Like, you literally-- you go to work.

  • You do your job.

  • You're very good at it.

  • And you know nobody.

  • Like, you thought that Beyoncé was a Kardashian.

  • You thought that Chris Hemsworth and--

  • who else was it?

  • Ryan Gosling, they were Jonas brothers.

  • But you've gotten better.

  • I know the faces.

  • I know faces.

  • It's the names I have trouble with.

  • Right.

  • Well, not really.

  • [LAUGHS]

  • But then Billie Eilish was on last time you were here.

  • So you got to meet Billie Eilish.

  • Yes.

  • Yeah.

  • And I texted my daughter and I said it was Billie Eyelash.

  • Mhm.

  • And, you know, but she was-- she knew.

  • She knew who you meant?

  • Yeah, and then later, you know, we went to The Greek.

  • So we made a connection.

  • And then we saw her at The Greek.

  • Oh, you did?

  • Yeah, and my younger daughter, Claire, who didn't get the--

  • was here.

  • In fact, Claire is out there now.

  • Right, she's here and there.

  • There she is.

  • Hi, Claire.

  • But there's somebody-- you went for Father's Day someplace

  • for lunch.

  • This is a good story.

  • This is a good story.

  • Rao's, which is an Italian restaurant

  • in Hollywood, which is a little further from where we live.

  • But so I said, I want to go to Rao's for Father's Day.

  • So my older daughter, when she found out, freaked out.

  • It's too far to go.

  • Can't it be in Santa Monica where we live?

  • And that sort of thing.

  • And I said, no, I like Rao's.

  • So we went and we had a little booth.

  • And we sat down and we had just ordered.

  • And she was on her phone.

  • And then I saw her look up and all

  • of a sudden it was like she was stricken.

  • I mean, I really thought something was wrong with her.

  • I said, what's the matter?

  • She said, shut up!

  • And then I turned around and I saw a party coming in.

  • You know, and they sat near us.

  • And it was Leo DiCaprio.

  • Leo DiCaprio.

  • Now, my daughter has had a crush on Leo since Romeo and Juliet.

  • Right.

  • So she freaked out.

  • So I said to her, do you want to meet him?

  • Do you want to--

  • she said, oh, my God!

  • You always do this!

  • You say you know them and you don't know him!

  • And you'll make a fool of me.

  • I said, all right, then forget about it

  • because my back was to them.

  • So all of a sudden I heard, hey, Ed, happy Father's Day.

  • And I said, oh, thanks, Leo.

  • Is that your father?

  • Yes, he was with his dad.

  • So I said, stand up.

  • So she reluctantly stood up.

  • So then introduced.

  • And then we were leaving, we walked by,

  • and Claire said, I want to meet him, too.

  • So she met him.

  • And on the way out, he said, Sophia,

  • it was really nice meeting you, sweetheart.

  • So then we walked outside.

  • And she was like comatose.

  • So then we got in the car and I said,

  • Rao's really isn't all that far to go, is it?

  • By the way, you just gave them a big plug.

  • They're going to have a lot of business hoping to run in--

  • It's good Italian food.

  • Right, and especially if Leo walks in.

  • Yeah.

  • People are just going to be there every day until Leo

  • walks in again.

  • And ask for the maitre d'.

  • His name is Johnny Roastbeef, actual name.

  • Well, it's not his actual name.

  • It's not his actual name.

  • No.

  • I mean--

  • It's the name he--

  • But they call him-- you call him--

  • It's the name he goes by.

  • --Johnny Roastbeef?

  • Yeah, it's like tWitch.

  • All right.

  • No, tWitch is his actual name.

  • It's his real name.

  • Yeah.

  • That's my real name.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • He has named me Shaky.

  • When we first met, his name was tWitch

  • and he started calling me Shaky.

  • Yeah, there he is.

  • But he doesn't call me Shaky all the time.

  • Yeah, it's--

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, well, that was Neil Young's nickname right?

  • Shaky?

  • I don't know.

  • Shaky?

  • Yeah, Neil Young.

  • Was it?

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, we--

  • I know that.

  • We knew that.

  • All right, we're going to take a break and more

  • with Ed after this.

  • Good, good.

  • Hi, I'm Andy.

  • Ellen asked me to remind you to subscribe to her channel

  • so you can see more awesome videos,

  • like videos of me getting scared or saying embarrassing things,

  • like ball peen hammer, and also some videos of Ellen

  • and other celebrities, if you're into that sort of thing.

  • Ah!

  • [SCREAMS] [BLEEP] God!

  • [BLEEP]

Well, my friend, I hope that you keep

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