(group chatter) – I have to tell you this,
I was telling Lauren, I was having the crappiest
day, the other day. My husband, I got out of the
shower and I was just kinda ull and he turned on you show! ‘Cause our whole family,
like extended family, like everyone I know, loves your show. – Everybody loves us. yeah.
(laughter) – Everybody, I don’t know
how you get away with it! I mean, I know you’re
gonna think I’m like, I’m not trying to be cheesy,
but literally you turned my whole day around. – Yeah.
– Oh! – I was having the worst day.
– Awe, come on. (cheering from audience) – I’m not kidding!
– Yeah. – Because, one, it’s just
nice when you feel bad that other people are feeling worse. (laughing and clapping) – We, we are so forgettable,
actually, that this is a true, on one of the main movie
ticket sales sights, cause our movie’s comin out, they have the wrong James Murray! – [James Murray] They do! (laughter) Sal, Joe, Q and they put the
British actor James Murray, who is much more handsome
than me, by the way. (laughter) – [Kelly] You know what, you
might get more people coming. (laughter) That’s awesome! It would be
like, and that’s actually very smart to do,
marketing-wise on accident. (group agreement) Okay, Sal, you grew up together, right? You all grew up together. – Yeah, we met as 13 year old children, freshman year of high
school. We’re the same age. (group agreement) – So, what kinda trouble,
I mean, I feel sorry for your teachers. (laughter) (group agreement) – They’ve been on the show!
We’ve dragged them in. Yeah. – At this point we’ve
known each other 30 years. We went to an all-boys
Catholic high school, in Staten Island, New York, (laughter) so we had to keep ourselves uh, you know – Oh, look you and Murray! (clapping and laughter) – Yeah. (laughter) Oh yeah.
– Still got it, still got it. – Look at my hair!
– I literally ate him. – Yeah.
– Sure it was an accident. – Um, so but wait, Q how does it feel to be back on the Universal lot? Oh, horrifying. (laughter)
I, I had PTSD walkin in here. The-a the setup here,
that she’s referring to, is the way our show works.
I don’t know, has everybody seen it? Give me a big applause on that one. – It’s so funny. (cheering) – All right, great. – All right, before you
continue, we’ll start here, we’ll go left, we’ll make
our way to the front, give one reason why you
like the show, stop. (laughter) – We got time, we got time. – (laughing) It’s a 10
hour show, we’re fine. – (laughing) Great, catch it online. The rest of this interview,
me describing the show. It’s just we, we we go out
in public and we mess around with each other and we tell, you know, – I know! – And we tell each other what
to do and if you don’t do it, at the end of the episode,
you get a punishment. – (laughing) Um, so go back um, for the Universal tram story. Cause, I know what it is,
but they don’t what your Universal story is. – Oh, okay. So, here at Universal, they have the famous tram ride,
that goes around the whole, the whole sets and tours,
– This is awesome. – And my punishment, it wasn’t awesome! – [Kelly] It was awesome! – It wasn’t awesome at all! – [Kelly] Y’all are such
words I can’t say on daytime. (laughter) – So, the way that the tram
works is, it’s like the subway where if an emergency happens, someone drops their cellphone, they can pull the thing, stop the ride. So, what they made me do is stop the ride, seven-eight times in an hour, and the first time people
are forgiving, their like, oh poor guy he dropped his cell phone, but then I had to stop
the ride, and be like, uh, could you repeat that? (laughing) – and then by the seventh
time that I’d pulled that, people were, looking at
me in the eye and be like, “when we get off this
ride, I’m gonna find you, and I’m gonna kill you!” (laughter) and that’s an actual quote
that somebody said to me on the Universal Tram-ride. (clapping and chatter) – It was horrible, it was
horrible, it was horrible! – For us, for us though, it was a hoot. – Take the tour, if you
haven’t, it’s great! – Like a four-year-old girl was
giving me the middle finger. (laughter)
It was bad, it was really bad. – (laughing) All right, so Joe
and Murray, it’s my favorite, I love your show! (laughter) So Joe and Murray, you just
did your 200th episode, – Yeah! 200! – So, best, (cheering) That’s amazing, so what’s your
best punishment, that you’ve ever pulled on someone? – We’ve, we’ve had a lot of real fun – I know. – at this point, but I mean,
one of the ones that definitely stands out for us is one of our first like real switch-a-roo’s
when nobody had any idea what was going on, we told Mur,
that he had to (giggle) enter a weight lifting competition. (laughter)
– Oh my gosh – So, we put him in an
American flag Speedo, we painted him with like,
you know, the tanning oils and stuff. – It was just ridiculous,
cause I have the body of a baby carrot, you know what I’m saying? (laughter) – So then, we actually got
some power lifters to come in and be in the room, – Oh my God!
(laughter) – Right? And then, when
he went to the next room, his high school crush Danica
McKellar is sitting down, (laughter) – Winnie Cooper, from the
Wonder Years, and he had to do a 20/20 style interview with her. – Look at my nipples! (laughter) – And there was just the two of them, and he had to keep
flexing in front of her. (laughter) So, there was no weight
lifting competition, at all. – The best part was that
you were so slippery, it looked like you were
falling off the stool! – Yeah, I don’t normally, uh (laughter) – Lauren, have you ever
been messed with like this? Or, have you ever messed
with someone like this? – No, I like the, first of all, I’ve seen every episode of
the show, because my step-son is very into it and we would
watch together, as a family, I find it hilarious, I
love it, It’s amazing. Except, when you get to the punishments, they make me so tense
(laughter) and I once had, the show Punk’d, anyone, anyone? – Oh, yeah! – I had, uh, Punk’d called
one of my best friends to get her to punk me, and she said, “I know my friend really
well, she will not like this, I can’t do it.” So, no I
don’t have any prank stories. – That’s a good friend. – Our friends, my
friends answer the phone. (laughter) – We were the one makin the calls! – Yeah, exactly. – You have real friends!
– Yeah. – Okay, so tell us about you
film, it comes out today, right?
– Yeah! – It comes out today. (applause) – We’re all goin. – Starring, this James
Murray, and tell us about it. What’s different? Are you
able to do different things? Is that why you did the film? – Well, the good thing about
the movie, was that we got to break out of the format of just
a half-hour of TV and we had some really big ideas,
that we couldn’t show on TV because of budget or whatever,
so we actually went back to the drawing board, and went to
all of our biggest-big ideas we ever had and we put them in the movie. And we were able to in 10
challenges to round out the movie. – I cannot wait to see the – And there was a moment in
the movie that is so crazy, that we had to take a
$15-million life insurance policy out on the guy who did it. – [Kelly] What! – In case he didn’t
make it, but he made it! (laughter) – We’re all here, these are (laughter) – That was actually most of
the planning of the movie was just life insurance policies. (laughter) – I heard, is Paula Abdul in it? – She is! – I am so excited for this! – She was the the best! – She is so incredibly athletic, too. – Yeah, she did all of her own stunts. – Yeah, oh my God, that was
like my dream day, ever. (laughter)