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  • this is exciting because Sona I think maybe there's something you're okay with talking about.

  • You are Would you wanna, uh all of America is listening, And by that I literally mean we're very successful podcast.

  • So, in my mind, everyone in America is listening.

  • Why don't you tell us what you have to say?

  • I'm pregnant.

  • Yea yeah.

  • Yea, thank you very much.

  • That is so excited that it's so exciting.

  • I know.

  • Thank you.

  • I have known I've known for a while, but of course on I was proud of myself because you can't tell people I on Do you know what I love?

  • I'm making this about me instantly.

  • You were You know what you were.

  • You were I think, the first person besides me intact to know Because I came to your house to help you with something And you offered me wine and I said, no, I'm not drinking and your like.

  • Are you pregnant?

  • You just immediately asked me and I think we had found out the day before that we were you know, it was you know, it was weird.

  • It was 90 clock in the morning.

  • I was drinking out of a bottle of wine.

  • I wasn't even pouring into a glass and was, like, sorta have some.

  • And she said, Well, I don't think you pregnant.

  • What's the due date?

  • When does the birth certificate man come around?

  • That's right.

  • It's what, six months after you give birth that that you have to get the same guy who was four months late for your dad birth certificate.

  • You know what I'm gonna do?

  • I'm gonna track that guy down, and I'm gonna fly him to the United States so that he can handle your birth certificate.

  • Well, I don't I don't think he came because of my dad.

  • He came to the village, and he's like, Okay, what?

  • Babies were born, and then people were like my baby was born.

  • And my baby, you're like, Okay, all of you have a February finished.

  • Oh, my God.

  • That's how they did it.

  • Do you think he did other things too?

  • I get the sense that he he didn't.

  • He sounds like a guy who came to the village to deliver mail, give you your birth certificate.

  • He probably had a soft serve machine.

  • You know, if anyone wanted ice cream.

  • Hey, Sounds like a guy who did a bunch of things.

  • Um, well, we are also we're having twins.

  • Oh, I know.

  • I know.

  • As a tear rolled down, That's for birth certificates.

  • Oh, man.

  • Good one, Gourlay.

  • You just hit it.

  • That was the natural.

  • You hit it out of the park.

  • It hit the lights and the lights exploded in going on Tylenol PM Everyday were so funny.

  • When you're jacked on Tylenol P O S o Sona you're having you're having twins.

  • Can I ask more questions?

  • We know the sex.

  • Yes, they're both They're both boys.

  • Oh, yeah, it's a lot.

  • It's a lot all at once.

  • Eso we'll never you'll.

  • Well, you'll never will Never talk to you again in a couple of months.

  • No, I don't think so.

  • I I don't think you will.

  • Well, I'm due due mid July, but they'll probably come early because twins come early.

  • And, yeah, you know, we spend a lot of our time just kind of sitting here in silence, just being like, What did?

  • What did we dio intact?

  • Keeps asking if he has time to do his karate, which he does.

  • Eso uh, yes.

  • Well, guess What?

  • Let me explain something to Sona.

  • There's a call.

  • The hierarchy of needs.

  • Priority number one, Priorities.

  • And so what's gonna happen is tax karate.

  • And I promise you this is going to go away.

  • I hope he has a sense that's going like, change Diaper.

  • And he teaches him wax the fence, but his baby stuff.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, it's funny if his if his karate style is all based, like the way Mr Miyagi is was on Wax on, wax off.

  • It's all based on changing to diapers at once with each hand.

  • And that becomes, like, the most impossible.

  • Fantastic defense attack in karate.

  • Oh, my God, This is insane.

  • I'm so happy for you and end for tack.

  • Yeah, I know.

  • It's very exciting.

  • Yeah, we wanted it for a while, so this is exciting.

  • It's a lot.

  • Are you, Uh wow.

  • And of course I knew about this.

  • And then you you you showed me a video of your mom and your dad being told and you did a really cute thing.

  • You had your nieces tell her?

  • Uh huh.

  • Yeah, and they're really young.

  • I couldn't believe that they kept the secret.

  • Yeah, there's seven and five and, uh, they were bursting to tell them, Um and, you know, my mom has to grant two granddaughters.

  • So she's so badly wanted a boy.

  • And then we told them we were having twins, and then we were like, OK, guess the gender.

  • And my mom was just like boy, she didn't see.

  • Oh, and she also I'm gonna back soon up.

  • I've seen the video.

  • Your mother does it with no joy.

  • She's like, really happy that you're having the baby.

  • She's really happy, you say, And then you say it's twins and she's like, Oh, my God, And she's crying and she sits down and she can't stand up.

  • And then you just say, Guess the gender And she just leans forward and she goes, Boy, like that's I'm not asking.

  • I'm telling you, it is Boy e.

  • Don't care what the other one is as long as one is a boy.

  • Who cares?

  • Oh, man.

  • Yeah, And then, you know my grandpas 98 he was in the video and he's just eating and he has no idea what's going on.

  • Just knows everyone's, like, chaotic.

  • Uh, that is incredible.

  • That's wonderful.

  • eyes.

  • Isn't that fantastic?

  • It's very exciting.

  • You know, I remember just to give everyone a sense of your mom.

  • Remember the first thing your mom said to me when I met her, which is now, 11 years ago, when you your mom, came to the set of what was in the Tonight show and we hadn't even started the Tonight show yet.

  • And you brought your mother up to say hello to me.

  • You were in.

  • You were a new employee.

  • And what did she say?

  • She said you rock the use A that she said you rocked the US.

  • I said, Oh, hi.

  • How are you?

  • Mrs.

  • May obsessed and she went Continue.

  • Rocked the use A Well, no, I don't e never have, and I never will.

  • But that's a very sweet thing for her upset.

  • She doesn't like it when I call you a dick on TV.

  • That's something she brings up all the time.

  • Don't.

  • She doesn't like that.

  • You disrespect me.

  • Yes, she hates it.

  • She like that you're regularly doing a segment called Big Dick history.

  • She does not listen to the podcast.

  • Good.

  • Oh, my God.

  • I think she'd be horrified.

  • Well, This is exciting.

  • This is really exciting.

  • So I'm just so I check with you beforehand.

  • Because But I Because I e no, I come across this an insensitive brute.

  • But I do.

  • I want to make sure that I'm not revealing or making you say anything about your life that you don't want to.

  • But this is you were cool with talking about this.

  • It's really exciting.

  • Yeah.

  • I mean, we're you know, we're Tack doesn't like when we like, post things on instagram.

  • So we're not gonna have, like, ah, photo shoot and post anything.

  • So this is pretty much my only way of, like, telling people I forgot to tell.

  • So that's that's it's like killing two birds with one stone, I guess.

  • Oh, good.

  • Well, so we found a use for this podcast.

  • A baby announcement.

  • That's terrific.

  • So it's very convenient for me.

  • Thank you.

  • Anything else?

  • You know, if you want to tell tap, what time is karate class starts?

  • Yeah.

  • You could make that announcement to Well, I just wanted to get I'm so glad.

  • I'm so glad that's out there.

  • What do they say in in, uh, in Armenia?

  • I mean, I know that like, uh, the Jewish people would say like, Oh, mazel tov for is there any way of saying What do you say?

  • Uh, Louise, it means, uh, like, light to your eye.

  • Light to your eye.

  • What?

  • Good, Louise, Like your watch your eye light in your eye.

  • What's going on over there?

  • Yeah.

  • I mean, birth certificates air coming months late, and then the way you and then the way you I mean, you know, in this country, applying light to someone's eye is a neurological exam.

  • It's a way of telling if you've been injured.

  • So if you want to congratulate someone, you could theoretically just shine a flashlight in their face.