Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles You look amazing. Thank you. Thank you. Well, let's go. Like your mood here to be a little higher. Yeah. Okay. I'm sorry. Sorry. Now you made me self conscious. It's never happened before. Welcome to the show. Good to have you here again on. I want to say something. First of all, scrubs. I've talked about this before, but very funny show. And you're very funny on it. So are you. Thank you. I'm not on that show. E don't know what the part would be, but I can run it at any point. Just salute the camera and run off. Uh, now, you've been doing this show for a while and it seems, seems like how many seasons has it been? Now, Has it been fifth season? That's hard to believe, crazy. And now I don't know if I'm mistaking, but it seems like they're working animals into this show. Now more than ever, I've turned it a few times. It seems like they someone on the show just loves tryingto get animals into the script so that you guys have to interact with an animal. Is that true? Yeah. And more this year than any other season actually really want your evil puppy on now. I'm kind of obsessed with Watch out for that puppy. He seems people go on and then and then they burn in hell forever. Yeah, way had this year like raccoons, rats. Ah, giant black bear ostriches. Jason Bateman comes on to play this ostrich farmer. I've never been around an ostrich. What's an ostrich like? Well, the writers had just read somewhere that ostriches are actually the second fastest animal next to a cheetah, and they can kill someone with their kick. And so they read that, and they were like, Okay, I guess we need to write hostages into the script. That's the funniest thing I've ever heard. So you had to be around this animal. Was there a handler? They're saying beware of his deadly kick or something. Yes, And we actually also got warned that if you actually get into a problem with the ostrich, you lie down on the ground because they kick you and they kill you because they can kick us. Hard is the horse. But they have sharp claws on the end. So they kick you and then grab your heart and pull it out and then show it to you and me. Oh, exactly. That's what they told us. And But if you lie down on the ground, they can only kick straight out, and so that if you're on the ground, they could just, like, stomp on you a little bit. You see, that's terrible. I hate that. Every all the advice is always around, whether it's a deadly bear or in this case, a killer ostrich. The advice is always lay down in front of it on then, half the time those people get killed and like, yeah, only works about half the time survival rates. So this is an ostrich would just jump up and down on top of you. Why wouldn't his deadly clause then be ableto pull your heart out from the other side of your body? Maybe, maybe because, like the it's the force that I don't know exactly. The doctor had the answer. We've gotta look into these ostrich attacks. My favorite also advice is if a shark is attacking you, punch it in the nose. That's what they say is like a shark is coming here. You punch in the nose and I'm like, Yeah, That's great. That's perfect, because I really would probably have, like, the, like, sense of mind to build. To do that in a Yeah, shark could be like, Oh, you just hit me in the nose. What can I do to get you back? Right? Giant jaw full of teeth. My biggest fear in life is actually sharks. Sharks scare you. I wonder who would win a shark or an ostrich if they were right? Yeah, right. Yeah. Let's get that on Fox TV now. Okay. I know that you grew up in Canada, and and And I know a bit about you. What I didn't know is you're very well educated. You, you speak. Is this true? Your trilingual? You speak English? Obviously. You speak French and you speak German. Yeah. My parents were crazy. Thought it was a good idea if my sisters and I went to school all day with all of our classes and French and then went to German school after school. So you learn you would speak French all day and then on then learn German afterwards. Yeah. My mom's family is German and so we would speak German. My grandmother and she lived like three doors away, actually, so we always go over there for hot chocolate soup with whipping cream for breakfast. What is hot chocolate is hot chocolate soup Just hot chocolate? Or is it like a thin soup of chocolate? It's like I just took a lot of shock stick. Oh my God, I e. It's like a nice chocolate soup. Like Why does that sound like that? Why does everything in German sounds so angry on? That's what is hot hot chocolate? It sounds so sweet. Would you like some hot chocolate soup? Would say it again. E thing is that with whipping cream or his with whipped cream? E O a. I surrender. Yeah, a romance language. Like, If I wanted to give you a compliment, what would I would say? Like Libya? Dina Course a Villa. Madonna, of course. And Horton? Harland Cornyn. What was that? I really like the beautiful sexy, waving your big red e like that? Better e like this. This was nice. Like that helped me a little bit. I thought maybe that's about my hair or a roller coaster. Who's rolling coaster heightened soon. Wow, right?