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  • THERE SHE IS.

  • HOW ARE YOU, TIG?

  • THERE IS SO MUCH GOING ON IN THE WORLD?

  • ARE YOU WELL AND ARE YOU COPING?

  • >> I AM COPING, AND I AM WELL.

  • OBVIOUSLY A LOT OF WORK STILL NEEDS TO BE DONE OUT

  • IN THE WORLD.

  • I'M FEELING POSITIVE ABOUT POSSIBILITIES AND

  • CHANGES -- >> James: YEAH.

  • >> BUT, YEAH, ALL IS WELL IN MY WORLD.

  • >> James: WELL, THAT'S GOOD.

  • I'M THRILLED.

  • WE'VE ALL BEEN SPENDING TIME IN OUR HOUSE.

  • AND YOU, LIKE MANY OF US, HAVE BEEN SPENDING TIME

  • WITH YOUR WIFE AND YOUR TWINS.

  • WHAT HAVE YOU ALL LEARNED ABOUT EACH OTHER DURING

  • THIS TIME?

  • >> WELL (laughing), WE'VE LEARNED, I THINK,

  • THAT WE REALLY DO LOVE EACH OTHER.

  • [LAUGHTER] >> AND WE'VE ALSO LEARNED

  • THAT -- I GUESS I'M A -- I GUESS I'M A QUIET WALKER,

  • OR SOMETHING, BECAUSE MY WIFE, NO MATTER WHEN SHE

  • SEES ME LEAVE THE ROOM, WHATEVER ROOM IT IS IN, NO

  • MATTER HOW LONG I'M GONE, EVERY TIME I COME BACK AND

  • I TURN THE CORNER, SHE'S LIKE, OH, GOSH, YOU SCARED

  • ME.

  • [LAUGHTER] >> AND I'M, LIKE, I LIVE

  • HERE.

  • WHAT DO YOU THINK IS GOING ON IN OUR HOUSE?

  • YEAH.

  • NO MATTER WHAT.

  • AND I'M THERE ALL OF THE TIME.

  • I'VE BEEN THERE SINCE MARCH 13th, AND STILL,

  • OH, GOSH!

  • >> James: IT IS A LONG TIME TO BE IN LOCKDOWN

  • WITH A PARTNER.

  • I SAID TO MY WIFE A WHILE AGO, I WAS, LIKE, NORMALLY

  • IF WE'RE APART, WE'LL SORT OF SPEND TIME -- WE'LL

  • MAKE PLANS TO SPEND TIME TOGETHER.

  • AND I ACTUALLY SAID TO HER THE OTHER DAY, DOES THIS

  • MEAN THAT -- AFTER THIS IS FINISHED, WE MAKE PLANS TO

  • SPEND TIME APART?

  • AND SHE WAS, LIKE, I HOPE SO.

  • [LAUGHTER] >> James: BUT WE HAVE

  • KIDS IN OUR HOUSE, AND AROUND ABOUT THE AGE OF

  • YOURS, BECAUSE YOUR TWINS ARE FOUR.

  • HOW IS IT BEING IN THE HOUSE WITH THEM 24/7?

  • >> IT'S -- IT'S GOOD.

  • YOU KNOW, WE HAVE TO KIND OF GET CREATIVE.

  • LUCKILY THEY'RE BOTH INTO THE SAME THINGS AT THE

  • SAME TIME.

  • >> James: GREAT.

  • >> THE TV SHOWS, THE TOYS.

  • THEY'RE INTO THE EXACT SAME THINGS.

  • AND, YOU KNOW, LIKE MANY PEOPLE WE'VE BEEN ORDERING

  • A LOT, YOU KNOW, WITH WHATEVER WE NEED IN THE

  • HOUSE.

  • >> James: SURE.

  • >> AND OUR SON, MAX, HAS THIS LARGE CALCULATOR THAT

  • HIS GRANDFATHER GAVE HIM.

  • AND HE THINKS IT'S HIS iPAD, SO HE SPENDS A

  • LOT OF TIME ORDERING LEGOS, AND WE HAVE THIS

  • WINDOW IN THE FRONT OF OUR HOUSE, WHERE WE GO AND

  • CHECK FOR DELIVERIES.

  • AND EVEN IF I'M NOT EXPECTING SOMETHING, I

  • ALWAYS WALK OUT TO THE WINDOW AND SEE IF I'VE

  • GOTTEN SOMETHING.

  • AND I NOTICED THAT -- WELL, IT'S NOT HARD TO

  • MISS, BUT MAX WILL WALK OUT TO THE WINDOW WITH HIS

  • CALCULATOR, AND HE'LL BE, LIKE, WHERE THE HELL IS MY

  • PACKAGE?

  • [LAUGHTER] >> AND SO HE IS ALWAYS

  • LOOKING FOR THESE LEGOS HE IS ORDERING.

  • AND HE WOULD BE, LIKE, I ORDERED THESE DAMN THINGS

  • A WEEK AGO.

  • THAT'S A NEW DEVELOPMENT.

  • THERE IS A LOT OF CURSING IN THE HOUSE.

  • WE JUST DON'T CORRECT HIM.

  • >> James: I KNOW WHY.

  • IT IS FUNNY WHEN A CHILD CURSES.

  • I DON'T CARE WHAT ANYONE SAYS.

  • >> IT IS THE CUTEST THING.

  • >> James: WHAT SORT OF CURSING ARE WE TALKING

  • ABOUT?

  • WHAT ARE THEY SAYING.

  • >> I MEAN, CAN I SAY IT.

  • OKAY (bleep).

  • THE ONLY TIME MY SON, FINN, CURSES IS WHEN HE

  • TELLS ON MAX AND HE SAYS MAX (bleep).

  • AND IT IS THE CUTEST THING.

  • AND MY WIFE, SHE DOES NOT EDIT HERSELF AT ALL.

  • AND I USED TO -- I DON'T EVEN TRY TO HELP ANYMORE.

  • I USED TO SAY, STEPHANIE, BUT SHE'S LIKE, WHO CARES?

  • THERE IS A LOT OF TRYING TO GET HIMSELF UP ON THE

  • CHAIR, AND HE'LL BE, LIKE, (bleep).

  • [LAUGHTER] >> IT'S A REAL JOY.

  • [LAUGHTER] >> BUT I TAKE CREDIT FOR

  • TEACHING THEM WORDS AREN'T EXACTLY THE WORD.

  • IT'S JUST -- >> James: GO ON.

  • >> IT IS A WORD REMOVED.

  • LIKE SOMEBODY IS HAVING A BEER.

  • I'LL SAY -- I'LL CALL IT A BREWSKI, AND SO NOW MY

  • SONS ASK, YOU KNOW, IF I WANT A BREWSKI OR IF

  • STEPHANIE WANTS A BREWSKI.

  • OR HE'LL COME IN AND SAY, ARE YOU HAVING A BREWSKI?

  • I LIKE THAT.

  • I LIKE TEACHING THEM WORDS THAT THEY'RE NOT GOING TO,

  • FOR SURE, LEARN AT FOUR.

  • >> James: MY DAUGHTER IS SIX, AND SHE SAID TO MY

  • WIFE, WHEN SHE WAS FIVE -- THEY WERE IN THE CAR, AND

  • SHE SAID, MOMMY, YOU KNOW THAT I KNOW A SWEAR WORD.

  • I KNOW A BAD WORD.

  • AND JOSIE IS LIKE, WHAT WOULD DO YOU KNOW?

  • AND SHE SAID, I'M SCARED TO SAY IT.

  • JOSIE SAID YOU CAN SAY IT AND THEN WE'LL TALK ABOUT

  • WHY IT'S BAD.

  • AND SHE WENT, ARE YOU SURE?

  • AND THEN KAY WENT, SHE'S A BITCH.

  • [LAUGHTER] >> James: SHE'S A BITCH.

  • AND WE HAD TO WORK OUT WHERE SHE HEARD IT FROM.

  • AND WE REALIZED SHE ALMOST CERTAINLY HEARD IT FROM MY

  • WIFE TALKING ABOUT ANOTHER MOM AT THE SCHOOL.

  • AND IT REALLY UNRAVELED.

  • [LAUGHTER] >> James: NOW, LET'S

  • TALK ABOUT YOUR NOW PODCAST, "DON'T ASK KATE."

  • AND IT'S ESSENTIALLY AN ADVICE SHOW.

  • WHAT KIND OF ADVICE DO YOU LIKE TO GIVE ON THE SHOW?

  • >> WELL, I LIKE TO GIVE ANY SORT OF ADVICE.

  • I LOVE THE IDEA OF BEING HELPFUL TO PEOPLE, LIKE SO

  • MANY OTHERS ALIVE, I'VE BEEN THROUGH MY SHARE OF

  • STUFF.

  • AND I FEEL LIKE I CAN TAKE MY EXPERIENCE AND SHARE

  • THAT.

  • BUT I ALSO HAVE COMEDIANS COME ON, AND THINGS GO A

  • LITTLE OFF-TRACK AND THERE IS A LOT OF NONSENSE.

  • BUT, YOU KNOW, WE'VE HAD WILL FARRELL AND REGGIE

  • WATTS FROM YOUR SHOW.

  • >> James: I'M AWARE OF HIM.

  • I'M AWARE OF HIS WORK.

  • >> SARAH COOPER, IRA GLASS, INDIGO GIRLS.

  • EDIE PERKEL, WHO WROTE THE THEME SONG.

  • >> James: YOU'VE BEEN ASKED WHAT TO NAME A PET.

  • AND DAVE, A PRODUCER ON OUR SHOW -- DAVE JUST GOT

  • A DOG.

  • AND YOU'VE BEEN THINKING ABOUT CALLING IT MOJO?

  • >> THE RESCUE I GOT IT FROM, THE DOG CAFE, THEY

  • NAMED HIM MOJO -- >> THAT'S TERRIBLE.

  • >> IT'S VERY DIVISIVE.

  • >> YOU SHOULDN'T EVEN BE DIVISIVE.

  • >> James: WHAT ABOUT THIS, KATE?

  • WHAT WOULD YOU CALL THIS DOG?

  • ANY ADVICE?

  • >> WELL, FIRST OF ALL, THE SEGMENT IS CALLED "NAME

  • THAT THING."

  • SO I JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT WE'RE CLEAR THAT

  • WE'RE IN THE MIDDLE OF "NAME THAT THING."

  • >> James: YEAH.

  • [LAUGHTER] >> WHAT CAN YOU TELL ME

  • ABOUT THIS ANIMAL THAT -- LOOK HOW EAGER IT LOOKS

  • FOR A NEW NAME.

  • >> James: WHAT CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT THE DOG.

  • >> HE IS INCREDIBLY FRIENDLY AND OBSESSED WITH

  • TENNIS BALLS.

  • DOESN'T REALLY CARE FOR OTHER DOGS, BUT LOVES

  • PEOPLE.

  • >> HERE IS MY GUT -- HE IS ADORABLE AND HE LOOKS VERY

  • FIS SOPHISTICATED IN HIS OWN LITTLE, TINY WAY.

  • SO MY FEELING -- AND I HAVEN'T BEEN WRONG.

  • I NAMED MY FIRST CHILD NEVER.

  • AND I NAMED A CHILD TUCKER ON MY SHOW.

  • AND I NAMED ANOTHER PERSON'S DOG DR. BECKY

  • HEINZ, AFTER CHERYL HEINZ'S SISTER.

  • SO HERE GOES MY THIRD NAMING --

  • >> James: OKAY.

  • >> LITTLE SIR.

  • >> James: LITTLE SIR.

  • >> PRETTY GOOD.

  • >> HOW COULD YOU CONTINUE TO CALL THIS DOG MOJO WHEN

  • YOU'VE BEEN GIVEN LITTLE SIR?

  • [LAUGHTER] >> HERE IS WHAT YOU DON'T

  • NAME IT -- THERE IS A VERY UNFORTUNATE SITUATION IN

  • MY NEIGHBORHOOD WHERE SOMEBODY NAMED THEIR DOG

  • PARTY GIRL.

  • >> James: OH, NO.

  • >> SO THIS WOMAN COMES OUT OF HER HOUSE AND YELLS,

  • COME OVER HERE, PARTY GIRL.

  • PARTY GIRL, IS IT.

  • SO I SAY LITTLE SIR.

  • >> James: LITTLE SIR.

  • WELL, THERE WE GO.

  • WE'VE NAMED THE DOG.

  • AND YOU CAN CHECK OUT NEW EPISODES OF "DON'T ASK

  • KATE" EVERY WEDNESDAY WHEREVER IT IS YOU MIGHT

  • HAPPEN TO FIND YOUR PODCAST.

  • STICK AROUND.

THERE SHE IS.

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