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  • By now, you all know my executive producer, Andy, is

  • very, very, very, very average.

  • [AUDIENCE APPLAUSE]

  • Not in every way, but in most ways, he's very average.

  • And last week we sent him to the U.S. Open

  • to play tennis with some of the best tennis

  • players in the world.

  • Here's how he did.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • [THEME SONG]

  • [SINGING] He's an executive producer on the Ellen Show.

  • He works hard every day.

  • He's super, duper awesome at what he does,

  • but he's average in every other way.

  • Hi, how are you?

  • Nice to see you.

  • Nice to see you.

  • I took that 23andMe test, you know, the DNA thing.

  • And it said, this is true, that I had the same makeup

  • as an elite athlete.

  • There you go.

  • So my question to you is, I don't play tennis.

  • But if I started right now--

  • Yeah.

  • Once a week, for an hour, how long till I

  • could play in something like this?

  • In a tournament like this?

  • Never.

  • What would it be?

  • Never.

  • Unfortunately--

  • Really?

  • Yes.

  • Twice a week, I would need to do it?

  • Congratulations on winning Wimbledon.

  • Thank you very much.

  • That's a huge deal.

  • Well, yeah.

  • It felt very special.

  • We're very similar that way.

  • Because last year a lot of people

  • didn't think we would win the daytime Emmy for best show,

  • which I'm sure you know we did.

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • And that was, so I know that we both are under the lights

  • and we know pressure.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • OK, so here's what I have.

  • I have a backhand.

  • Uh-huh.

  • Forehand.

  • Uh-huh.

  • Serve.

  • Whoa.

  • And then when I win a point--

  • Wait, where do you get this form from?

  • Jewish summer camp is the only time I played.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • Show me your forehand.

  • I do it that way.

  • Oh, you follow through?

  • Do the base like this--

  • And this and finish here.

  • You guys saw that?

  • He put his arm around--

  • we full on had a Ghost moment.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • [MUSIC - RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS, "UNCHAINED MELODY"]

  • [SINGING] Oh, my love.

  • My darling--

  • How is this the best thing they have for me to change in?

  • Honestly.

  • Can we do a bathroom?

  • Jesus [BLEEP]

  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • So what do your serves clock at?

  • I've hit 156 before.

  • Let's keep it down around 140 today.

  • All right, here we go.

  • Dude, if he hits me, I'm done.

  • All right, you ready?

  • Oh, God.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • Why are you laughing?

  • It almost went over the net.

  • How long have you been playing?

  • What age did you start?

  • I started when was four.

  • At about 10, it was when I fully committed to it.

  • Right.

  • And then I went pro when I was 14.

  • Same.

  • Yeah.

  • You ready?

  • Yeah.

  • Got your big girl pants on?

  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • Yeah, I'm going to run you, is what I'm going to do.

  • I'm using an undersized racquet, so that's why.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • Oh.

  • OK.

  • I wasn't ready.

  • Now you're trying to hit me.

  • You're impressive at this.

  • I'll give you that.

  • How's it going?

  • Twins.

  • I have twins.

  • No really?

  • At what age did they go, oh, these guys got something?

  • We started playing tennis at two.

  • Right.

  • We had 100 trophies by seven.

  • My kids are 12.

  • They have one participation trophy for roller hockey.

  • You?

  • Mine.

  • You?

  • You?

  • You!

  • Go.

  • Are you going to play at all?

  • It's a stupid sport.

  • Hey, Andy.

  • Finally, thank you for doing this.

  • Nice to see you.

  • Let's go, Andy.

  • Let's go.

  • Oh, God.

  • You got it.

  • You got it, got it.

  • Got it.

  • Come on, come on, come on.

  • No holding back.

  • Wait.

  • Come one, come on, come one.

  • Let's go, let's go, let's go.

  • That was out.

  • That was in.

  • Come on, man.

  • Ah, good luck.

  • Good luck.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • And you do this thing where you're running,

  • and you hit it like that.

  • What's that called?

  • It's called a Tweener.

  • Because like weiner?

  • Tweener.

  • Not weiner.

  • OK.

  • You're Swiss, right?

  • I'm Swiss, yeah.

  • Good cheese.

  • Let's see your back hand.

  • You made a big mistake there.

  • I know.

  • Oh, wait.

  • I'm pretty sure you're not allowed to do this.

  • Oh, no, we're not using that.

  • Here;s what I need you to do.

  • Let me help you out.

  • Stop with the instructions.

  • I need you to just win this.

  • ok.

  • OK.

  • Ah.

  • No.

  • I got it, I got it, I got it, I got it.

  • Oh, he did a weiner.

  • You.

  • You.

  • No, you.

  • No.

  • Chaos won that point.

  • You guys have actually won matches?

  • What does it feel like to be ranked number one in the world?

  • I've never been ranked anything at anything.

  • I think you're pretty good at what you do.

  • Of course, you're with Ellen.

  • Can you call me every morning and make me feel good?

  • Yes, yes, yes.

  • Because when you work with Ellen, I don't get any of this.

  • You know what?

  • I'm going have you record it on my phone,

  • so you don't have to call me.

  • I'll just keep listening to it.

  • Hey, Andy, switch off all the lights.

  • Close your eyes.

  • Dive deep, deep into meditative state.

  • And listen to my voice.

  • You are the best-looking tennis player in the world.

  • You are amazing human being that is the best in what he does.

  • I'm quitting Ellen.

  • And take that into new day, raise your confidence.

  • And believe in yourself.

  • Love you, buddy.

  • Take care.

  • [APPLAUSE]

  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • I love you so much, Andy.

  • We'll be right back.

By now, you all know my executive producer, Andy, is

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    林宜悉 posted on 2019/10/09
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