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  • very nice to have you with that.

  • My friend is a really bit That's a man's beard right there.

  • That is a very nice beard.

  • Can we see my beard One more time and let's go and see who's got you.

  • Look at that.

  • Look at that.

  • Your beard is beating the crap out of my beard.

  • But this This took six months.

  • Six months?

  • Okay, I wouldn't have that in six years.

  • But we can leave that to another time.

  • This is nice.

  • This is your hometown?

  • Of course you're from.

  • Is it historia?

  • I'm from Queens.

  • Yes, Queens.

  • Yeah, this is very nice.

  • You, your family?

  • They owned a bakery there.

  • Is that right?

  • Yes, in a story on Broadway.

  • And it was there for about 60 years and my father retired it.

  • Zahn, now.

  • And what did you ever help out at the at the bakery?

  • I did.

  • When I was a kid, I worked in the back.

  • I, you know, did all sorts of things Onley you could make Working in a bakery sounds so sordid somehow so mysterious.

  • And he lived cakes.

  • I you know, I did kind of a cleaning up types of stuff did you make?

  • What would you make?

  • Pastries, Doughnuts?

  • Did you make?

  • Uh, I had to do something?

  • I had little chores.

  • I had to fill the jelly doughnuts.

  • I I used to fill the jelly doughnut some shit, All right.

  • I'm sure they have a you know, a high tech ways of doing it now.

  • But in those days, it was very basic.

  • Uh huh.

  • You had a huge can of jelly on it.

  • Had, like, a hypodermic on top of it.

  • With two needles on you take a doughnut in each hand, you're sticking on there, and then you push it down like a dynamite thing on the jelly would go into the doughnut, and it was very exciting.

  • It sounds you make it sound almost.

  • Yeah.

  • Like a Yeah, sensual.

  • Now, uh, now, also, if we're gonna talk about your past, your real name, if you don't mind me saying was what Ronald, Ronald and I changed that I was in a nightclub act about 30 years ago.

  • Uh, where you fill jelly doughnuts on stage.

  • I'll danced in a nightclub act, and the lady who was the star of the show said, I think I'll call you, Christopher.

  • So I did I just Just because someone arbitrarily out of nowhere said, I'm calling you Christopher, it's true.

  • I said, Ronald, it's hard to say or something.

  • So I called Christopher Wright.

  • That was it.

  • Okay, that's an interesting idea that just that that person had a big influence on your life.

  • And probably are they aware there's that person aware that they created the name Christopher Walken?

  • Sure, E.

  • And yeah, it was very quick.

  • It was like that, just like that.

  • But I wish it had been Chris Chris walking it z Nicer, Shorter.

  • Christopher always looks.

  • It's like a train.

  • You know, It's just Well, you're in charge here.

  • You could say from now on, in the next movie, I am Chris walking.

  • You know, I asked to do that a number of times and they said No, You know, I guess they pay for all those letters, right?

  • Right.

  • That's that's it.

  • You should change it at this point.

  • Just go, like for blaze walking or something really cool.

  • Or a Caesar Augustus.

  • Some wow delusions of grandeur are seeking it now.

  • The last time you were on this show, I remember this very clearly.

  • You said I remember this very well.

  • You said I'd love to someday have Ah, cooking show.

  • I remember thinking you've accomplished so much.

  • It just seems strange to me that you would You'd wanna go do a cooking show.

  • But I thought, Well, I'd watch Christopher Walken cooking show What happened to that idea?

  • Well, I I love cooking shows.

  • I love to watch them and there's so many different kinds.

  • And in fact, since then, I did one.

  • I did a a chauffeur.

  • Bravo.

  • That was on.

  • It was a half hour thing.

  • It was it was nice, but I'd like that I would like to do a cooking show or really some sort of spontaneous show.

  • When I was a kid, I used to watch the Dean Martin show, and you always got the feeling that he walked in and it just happened.

  • Of course, that's that's not true was probably very well planned.

  • But I always I always liked that idea that the guy walks in and who knows what's gonna happen?

  • We got that here, baby.

  • I mean, nothing way hurt this thing.

  • This'll, this'll just anything I come out here I mean, I don't know what's gonna happen.

  • I Whoa, look.

  • What?

  • But that That is what's interesting about this kind of venue.

  • It's like watching sports, you know, You're not really sure what's gonna happen, right?

  • Right.

  • Well, and would you do a kind of show like that would ever do like a crazy adventure show a show where you do stunts.

  • Would you do that?

  • I have an idea to do one for one of these new rocket roller coasters, you know, to go on when I went on one.

  • And, uh, it was really scary.

  • No.

  • So you want to show where you just ride around on a roller coaster, do a different one every week?

  • A different roller coaster each week.

  • Fly fishing something like right.

  • Right, right.

  • Okay, right now, a lot of it.

  • Your phone's gonna be ringing off the hook.

  • Now we have to talk about the Fatboy Slim video, which is everybody's favorite video this year.

  • Such a great video.

  • Such a great A great concept.

  • So well executed, e.

  • I mean, you're really you're dancing up a storm in this video.

  • It's great to have the opportunity to do that, you know, with my advanced age do that and they don't make musical movies so much anymore.

  • So the idea of being able to do that was great.

  • I did a couple of musical movies, uh, onboard.

  • I guess Spike Jones must have seen one of them and he had the idea and he approached you.

  • Did you know that boy Slim?

  • Nope.

  • I didn't.

  • No, I should have.

  • But my my music knowledge stops somewhere in the seventies.

  • Right?

  • Right.

  • So?

  • So you weren't but But you you when you saw the finished product, you must have been delighted.

  • Yeah, it was terrific.

  • Let's just take a quick look at a clip from this From this video, I'll walk without rhythm and it won't attract the woman walk without with.

  • And it won't attract the world.

  • If you walk without living.

  • You never let her.

  • Clinton.

  • That's amazing.

  • I love I've watched that thing so many times.

  • I really are Those are those hard moves to learn?

  • I would love to learn some of those moves.

  • Can you show me anything from that?

  • A little something a Show me in the next you need Thio.

  • Show me.

  • Show me a little something I e.

  • Okay.

  • No, e e.

  • I have to say, that's my favorite.

  • That is my favorite.

  • That is my favorite dance move of all time.

  • That one right there.

  • I live in the country, and that's what the raccoons do it.

  • Night.

  • Oh, Onley you with looking a raccoon and say, That's a dance move right there.

  • America's Sweethearts is in theaters now, and The Seagull opens August 12 at the Delacorte Theater, and people should go and see that it's always a thrill when you're on E.

very nice to have you with that.

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