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  • way.

  • Look good.

  • What's wrong with me?

  • Uh, well, Happy New Year first.

  • Yeah.

  • How do you How do you celebrate the holidays?

  • Tell me, what's the What's the chalk tradition?

  • The chalk tradition.

  • This year I went back up to Canada.

  • My mom is from Germany, so we do German Christmas, which is kind of the same.

  • But you just do everything on the 24th.

  • Wait.

  • So the Germans do There's early, is that it's like German efficiency.

  • We will do it, Tommy, get it out of the way that we're done washing.

  • How is like describe a German where the German traditions on Christmas?

  • I have no idea.

  • Um, it's very similar, but being German traditions and everything just kind of sounds really intense and dark and angry like if I were to wish you Merry Christmas, it's really beautiful.

  • It's so did you buy 100 and coaches noisier Conan E surrender?

  • Yeah, we owe money.

  • What is he called?

  • Santa Claus, if I know someone.

  • Oh, my God.

  • If I told my kids to find that one is coming Oh, no, It's really a fun.

  • It sounds terrible.

  • He comes early German efficiency and so he comes on the sixth and you leave out your shoes and he comfortable you leave out your shoes, you leave your shoes and he comes along with this book of sins and sinners.

  • And if you were good, then you get like we're German Candies that are They taste like pepper and they're discussing.

  • And then what's the German do you mean Germany?

  • They fill your shoes, which you're sweaty and gross with.

  • Put in your mouth with a peppery German candy.

  • It really tastes like pepper.

  • Yeah, there, there.

  • And it's like coriander.

  • Like I don't even know clothes.

  • I don't know what sausage eso.

  • Then you eat this.

  • You know you don't?

  • Yes, unless you're bad.

  • Then you get twigs.

  • What do you think?

  • They put twigs in your shoe.

  • They put twigs in your shoe, and then you do it all over again.

  • What's wrong with Europe?

  • They have such kooky, you know, whenever they're like what's, you know, what's whenever you ask them?

  • Describe their holiday.

  • It's always this Saturn more muted version of what we're doing.

  • I'm sorry.

  • I'm gonna get letters about that, but it's true.

  • It's always like we put out a hat and then someone puts mud in it.

  • Thanks.

  • Happy Boxing Day.

  • Eat your warm bread and go right to bed it for them.

  • Afternoon.

  • It's always this kind of mean or to like another name for Christmas Eve in German, which is highly Saban is, um is dick bow and Dick sign me up.

  • Sorry, I don't know what I'm doing out here anymore.

  • It's the first day back layoff.

  • I told you, you need to hold that applause.

  • Dick Bove is not as fun as it sounds.

  • Dick means fat and German on de so fat stomach is dick bow and what it is.

  • It's a nice holiday tradition.

  • For if you eat too much on Christmas Eve, then all the demons will come and visit you in the night.

  • What is what is wrong with these people?

  • I mean, I know people that sometimes get down on America, but I think we got Christmas right.

  • I really dio I really I think it's about toys and consumption and, you know, plug it in and watch it light up, get drunk and do what you want.

  • You know what I mean?

  • That's what Yusa Yusa I say.

  • That's the way to do it.

  • You know your demons will get you in the night.

  • Have a twig.

  • Here's mud in your hat Way true.

  • It's true in all the yummy things that you guys eat like pumpkin pie instead of having Mars a pen in the shape of a potato.

  • They have Mars, a pan in the shape of potato.

  • Yeah, it's called Nazi Ponca Toughen, which is Mars potatoes.

  • I don't know why it's in the shape of a potato.

  • I never either Candies or even in the shapes of things that no one wants.

  • No child wants to weigh.

  • Made a delicious candy.

  • It's in the shape of a radiator way, the shape of a bomb.

  • Now you live in Los Angeles, of course, and you work in Los Angeles.

  • What?

  • Tell us, what is Sarah Chalke do on her down time?

  • Like you've got some time.

  • You like to relax.

  • I like to hike with my dog.

  • That doesn't always work out so well.

  • I was recently going for a hike with my fiance and we and the dog and we stopped to get gas.

  • I think I just had too much on my mind.

  • I was too stressed out.

  • I wasn't thinking clearly.

  • I realized we're low on gas.

  • We pull over, I go to pump the gas, he goes to get the water, we get back in the car, we're driving away and he yells, Stop the car!

  • And I have no idea what's wrong.

  • And I slammed on the brakes and I end up looking in the rear view mirror and I have, like, dragged and ripped out the entire hose and the nozzle and the pump.

  • And I'm like, dropping the entire thing, trailing gasoline behind you.

  • It's really funny that someone like, Wow, that's what Tronic throws.

  • Um, What do you I mean, know what?

  • So you left and it s so you didn't take it out?

  • Obviously.

  • And it's not like it attacked your car.

  • I think it did.

  • I took it out and attack.

  • So what do you doing that to the police?

  • Come to fireman, Come What happens?

  • I I felt really bad and the guy said to me, it happens every 2 to 3 day.

  • I mean, I thought nobody did this except for like, movies like The Jerk.

  • But he said every 2 to 3 days someone does this, so I don't know.

  • He was just being nice or every two.

  • Something really nice.

  • You're really pretty.

  • Happens every day.

  • Please hold.

  • May.

  • Wow.

  • Does klutzy stuff happen to you?

  • A lot?

  • Are you someone who, you know?

  • Does things like that in general?

  • Is that unusual for you?

  • It's starting to happen on a daily basis.

  • I, um, at Scrubs, I started to have to wear a bib when we ate lunch all together because I was standing my scrubs, and then I fell asleep on a Sharpie, and then, um, it kind of got worse and more embarrassing, like the most recent one was there was a new extra, um, at Scrubs.

  • Who?

  • I saw it.

  • I knew him.

  • He went to film school with a good friend of mine.

  • And so I knew him from parties from a long time ago and seen him went over to say hi.

  • And, uh, I'm talking away and he interrupts me, and he's like, um I'm so sorry.

  • Toe Stop.

  • You don't have to tell you this, but your shirt is around your waist.

  • And we were doing a night shoot.

  • I was wearing this like strapless shirt on this mini skirt and it had just come undone.

  • It was so cold that I didn't realize it was like sitting my way e I don't know what to do.

  • Like, do you, like, pull it up and keep telling your story Or just, like, go to your dressing to start bawling?

  • I think you just stand there and commit thio.

  • I meant to do that.

  • First of all, who's this guy telling you?

  • I should You should know, You know, it's gonna have their mouth shut.

  • Um, it's terrible.

  • Yeah, I'm sorry.

  • That's so strange.

  • Did you?

  • But you got He's a friend.

  • You got got over it, but yeah, but I didn't know him that well, so it took me a long time.

  • I didn't get over it.

  • I'm still not over.

  • I'm still I think I probably like this sewn shut was, like, nine safety pins right now so that it won't fall down.

  • Interesting.

  • Uhh e what could go wrong?

  • Now you know what you need.

  • And after that to cheer yourself up a potato shaped Mars event you needed.

  • I'm going back to my trailer for some slice loads asleep.

  • What are you working on?

  • Get on.

  • What are you working on next?

  • What's your next project?

  • I'm gonna do a miniseries called Man Eater.

  • She she Levangie Grazer's Who wrote the starter wife for another book is man Eater.

  • So I'm gonna go be a man eater.

  • Cool.

  • That's great.

  • You're shooting that yet or no.

  • We just had a meeting for a a couple weeks ago, and actually, one of my new boss is said to me, Were you at the corner of Beverly La Cienega A few weeks ago?

  • I was like, I don't know why.

  • And she said because I was getting gas and I saw this car pull out liking holes behind it on.

  • But I saw this blonde girl get out laughing her head off isn't the correct response.

  • No.

  • E to impress my new body.

  • Very good.

  • That's me.

  • That's what you'll be working with.

  • Well, Scrubs now on ABC, it premieres tomorrow at nine.

  • On ABC.

  • Always a really funny show.

  • And I'm glad that show is still with us.

  • Sarah, thank you so much.

  • Really cool having you on the show.

  • Your great Sarah Chalke.

  • Everybody with you right back.

  • Boil on.

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Sarah Chalke Shares German Christmas Traditions - "Late Night With Conan O'Brien"

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