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  • -Here we go. Alright.

  • -Oh, man. -Alright.

  • Hey, nice to see you.

  • Nice to see you.

  • -Wow.

  • That's quite -- That's quite some posture you have, Jimmy.

  • -What are you talking about? I'm so --

  • Don't be -- Are you jealous? -I kind of am.

  • -I mean, if I just -- -[ Laughs ] Oh, my God.

  • How'd you get that book?

  • -Mama. -No spoilers, no spoilers.

  • No spoilers.

  • That's all -- -You got any questions for me?

  • -[ Laughs ] -Mama.

  • -I mean, mama. Mama quack.

  • Mama, woof, I love that you have that.

  • -I'm going to -- every question you ask me

  • I'm going to answer you with mama.

  • -I feel like I look better.

  • -I love this book.

  • -You do? -Well done.

  • -Thank you, bud. I appreciate it.

  • -Yeah, man.

  • -I don't know if you can tell, I'm wearing a posture type

  • of thing to help me out, make me look better.

  • -Is it 'cause you been slumping, watching computer?

  • Or like what's going on with the posture thing?

  • -I don't know. I just saw it on, like, Amazon.

  • And, like, on one of the things I was ordering,

  • and so I go, "Oh, maybe I need that."

  • So I feel good. -I think I saw that thing.

  • Does it work? -No.

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • It's like a bra. -It's like a brassiere.

  • -I was about to say, you look like you're wearing a bra.

  • -This is how smooth I was in high school, by the way.

  • -Snap.

  • We would have been friends in high school.

  • I would have been there to help you get that off.

  • -[ Laughs ] -Mama.

  • -I love you, bud.

  • You look good. Are you doing okay?

  • Where are you, Los Angeles?

  • -Yeah, I'm in L.A.

  • -Is this like a music room for you?

  • Is this like -- -This is my living room.

  • This is my living room, and there's a --

  • there's a certain person around this house

  • who I realized liked drums.

  • So I had my drum set, which was in my attic, because it took up

  • so much space... -Oh, yeah.

  • -...set up here in the living room.

  • And this is like the jam session every day.

  • But let me just clarify -- I'm not a drummer.

  • -You don't play? You must play a little bit.

  • -I have a piano, but I'm not a piano player.

  • I have a drum set, but I'm not a drummer.

  • I have at least five to eight guitars and basses,

  • but I'm not a guitarist or a bassist.

  • But I do -- -But you have the moves, though.

  • -You know, that's half the battle.

  • -[ Laughs ] Dude, that's it.

  • -You know what I'm saying?

  • You feel me? Like --

  • [ Applause ] Come on.

  • Guitar? You know what I mean?

  • Bass. -Guitar, bass.

  • Oh, yeah. And then I spin mine around.

  • Questlove gave me -- I said -- You know,

  • he has his own line of drum sets for kids.

  • And I go, "Great, my girls would love it.

  • You know, they're 5, 5 years old."

  • So he sent me a drum set looks

  • exactly like the one you have, like a professional, real --

  • It took me like four weeks to set up.

  • -I'm waiting on that drum set.

  • -No, dude.

  • Tightening stuff, it was a nightmare, dude.

  • It was a total nightmare.

  • Sounds great, but it was just --

  • I was making up curse words at one point.

  • Just making up -- making up new ones.

  • -I want to hear a new curse word.

  • Because we don't have to clear that through anybody.

  • Because it's not a real word yet.

  • -Shabulfutz! -Shabulfutz!

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • -Man, if somebody don't give me my shabulfutz water!

  • -[ Laughs ] Oh, my gosh.

  • With all that musical stuff there,

  • are you working on something

  • that we might hear later on or no?

  • -Well, I been known to sprinkle the keys a bit.

  • I don't really play. I just talk like a player.

  • You know? -[ Laughs ]

  • ♪♪

  • Oh, Jimmy, oh, Jimmy, my friend

  • ♪ I wonder when this quarantine is going to end

  • Okay, that's all i have for you.

  • -Yeah, good.

  • -I don't know what the hell I'm doing.

  • Can I just give a shout-out to my cousin Sheronda Reeves,

  • who's out there -- my cousin Sheronda Barber --

  • she's out there supplying oxygen,

  • making sure people get their CPAPs and their oxygen tanks.

  • And a shout-out to my Aunt Cineta Feliciano

  • who's worked at Beth Israel in New York for 45-plus years.

  • -Wow. -Thank you for serving our --

  • taking care of our community and our whole family.

  • And a shout-out to all my cousins.

  • A couple of them who did get the COVID-19,

  • and they're recovering well.

  • And blessings to my cousin Demetrius, who did not survive.

  • He worked in a nursing home.

  • But God bless my cousin and his family.

  • Rest in peace.

  • And, you know, we going to keep our heads up

  • and keep pushing -- pushing forward.

  • But it's a real thing.

  • -Yeah. It's definitely a real thing.

  • And we ask everyone who comes on the show

  • if they have a charity that they work closely with

  • or something they want to spotlight.

  • And you chose directrelief.org

  • because it goes right to the front line, you know.

  • -Yeah. I mean, the concept

  • that the people who we need the most, you know --

  • I don't know, for some reason, like this -- this is --

  • This could be an amazing reset, like for to us really actually,

  • you know, take care of people who really do mean --

  • not not really do mean something.

  • Everybody means something.

  • But you know, for years we've been complained,

  • "Oh, teachers don't make enough money.

  • Cops don't get paid enough."

  • We're fighting over a minimum wage of $15 for someone

  • to work at a grocery store or at a fast-food restaurant.

  • Let's rethink that now. -Oh, yeah.

  • -Right now. -Yeah.

  • -You know, the grocery store cashier is as front line

  • as a person in the E.R., okay? -That's what I said, too.

  • They're risking their life to pack my groceries.

  • -That's right.

  • They're in plants cutting our meat up.

  • They're in there. They're in the fields, you know,

  • the people you cuss about all the time.

  • "Immigrants taking our --"

  • No, guess who's out in those fields

  • picking your vegetables every day,

  • making sure you got fresh produce, you know what I mean?

  • -Yep.

  • -Like, we have to really rethink how we --

  • how we been taught to think about things, you know.

  • -Yeah, let's take this as a learning thing, yeah,

  • and let's really, really learn --

  • If we don't learn something from this,

  • then I think we misplayed it.

  • -We will definitely have misplayed.

  • But it's such a great opportunity.

  • I'm kind of scared that everybody

  • is just going to want to like -- just go back.

  • Just go, you know what I mean?

  • Like, this has been --

  • for me, I mean, I can speak only for myself.

  • It's been a pleasure for me to spend this

  • kind of time with my family.

  • I know I don't talk about my personal life that much.

  • But I am here with the core of my family.

  • And very special people in this house.

  • You know what I mean? -Yeah, yeah.

  • -And you have never stopped, so thank you so much

  • for providing entertainment

  • for everybody every night, you know?

  • But we've got to go back to work and do what we do.

  • So I treasure this time while I have it.

-Here we go. Alright.

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