-Joel, how have you been? Thank you for coming back
and seeing us. -Thank you for having me. And thank you for the greatest
audience on the planet. -Oh, my goodness.
[ Cheers and applause ] That’s pandering. -It’s just pandering.
-It’s just pandering. -It’s pandering, just pandering.
You look terrific, by the way. -Thank you very much.
It’s a lot of Botox. -No.
Just down the center. -Just on one side.
-Weird. -Well, I start with the left
side and see if I like it, you know, and then, if I like
it, then I’ll do the right side. Yeah.
-Oh, all right. -Yeah, this is how I smile. [ Laughter ] Hey, thank you for being here
because I’m happy that you’re — -No, thank you.
-No, thank you. -Thank you for the blackout. -Now, is that a —
Is that ring — What is it?
-Oh, yeah. No, you’ve inspired this — This is my wedding ring,
you guys. [ Cheers and applause ] Yeah, sorry, ladies. Yeah, it’s made of rubber, because after hearing — seeing
what happened with your finger and you had a metal ring
that got caught and turned your finger
into a little deli. [ Laughter ] And I said, “I’m getting –”
I got rid of my ring. -I’m so happy you did that.
-Yeah, I got rid of my ring, dated for a few months,
and then — No. -That’s ridiculous.
-No, so I bought the rubber one. -Oh, I’m so happy you have that.
Good for you. I think rings are too —
They’re too strong. -Yes, I agree. I mean, you are the perfect — You should be the spokesperson
for rubber rings. -Thank you. See, that’s the nicest thing
that anyone’s ever said. -I will talk to them. I know that you need the money,
so I will — I know you need
a couple extra bucks. -You know why — You know why
I’m happy that you’re here? Because I’m happy
that you’re alive. -Oh, thank you. -And survived what I think is one of the craziest things
anyone’s ever done. You swam with sharks. -Oh, I thought
you were going to say have coffee with butter in it,
but, no. -[ Laughs ] That’s up there.
That’s up there. That’s number two, but —
-Yeah. Or texted without autocorrect,
so, yeah. -Explain —
-That’s a shark. -That’s — That’s real. -That’s a great white
right there. -That is not.
-That’s a great white. That’s a great white.
-That is Nemo. -That’s a great white.
Back me up on this. -Yes, of course. -Yeah, okay, that’s me. As you can see, that is —
I’m smelling fear, and I — -What was this —
This is Shark Week? -No, it’s called midlife crisis. [ Laughter ] -I’ve seen that show, yeah. I’m starring in it right now,
yeah. -Shark Week, Rob Riggle
is hosting this special called “Shark Trip:
Eat. Prey. Chum.” And we — There’s five celebrities,
who we all die. And — -I love Rob Riggle.
He’s a funny guy. -He’s so funny,
and then it’s Anthony Anderson and Damon Wayans Jr.
and Adam DeVine. They said, “Would you like
to go to the Bahamas and swim with sharks?” And that seemed
like a good idea. And then — then they said,
“Do you know how to scuba dive?” And I was like, “Yeah.” And they go, “Really?”
And I was like, “No.” And so then they go, “Great.” And — No, and then we went down
there, and there’s 25 sharks. There’s ch– And all — As well, our shark expert
is missing a hand and foot. -Stop it.
-Which — -Stop it.
-Yeah. Which you go,
“Are you really an expert?” -Yeah. “Expert,” in air quotes. -Right, and Anthony Anderson was
there, who I thought I was — I thought I was outgoing
like a golden retriever, like, always wanting approval
from people. He walks through — We were
at this place called Atlantis. He walks through the casino. Everyone starts recognizing him, and he’s like, “Are we taking
pictures, mother[bleep]” And I am not kidding. And then he has a meet-and-greet
for an hour with everybody coming up to him. -Yeah, he’s the nicest dude. -He can heal people
with his hands. -No, he cannot.
No, no, no. -He made this lady walk.