-Happy belated birthday,
by the way. -Yes.
-That is a big deal. [ Cheers and applause ]
-Thank you. Oh. -It’s a big birthday, right?
-I just turned 50. -Wow.
-Um, yeah. [ Cheers and applause ] 50 is, of course, the new 70. [ Laughter ] Anyway… -It is kind of the new 70.
-It is kind of the new 70. -It used to be 50
meant you’re over the hill, and that’s it, right?
-Right. Well, I mean,
it just feels that everything is so accelerated right now. Like, if I’m — I wish I wasn’t as aware
of my body as I am now. [ Laughter ] In my 20s,
I wasn’t aware of anything that I was doing,
and I was relatively healthy. And now I am hyperaware of everything
that’s going wrong, physically. -Yeah.
-Shouldn’t you get less in touch with your body as you get older
to spare you the collapse? [ Laughter ] Like, if I want to have sex now, my body
is like a McDonald’s manager understaffed during lunch rush.
[ Laughter ] Like, “I don’t know how
we’re gonna do this. We got no buns
for the hamburgers.” [ Laughter ] “Go down to Burger King, see if
they’ll loan us something. This is happening!”
-“This is happening, people!” -“I got two guys on the fryer!”
Oh, my God. We’re doomed, we’re doomed.
[ Laughter ] Oh, my God.
What are we gonna do? -You look great for 50, though.
-Oh, thank you. -You do.
-I’ll take it. -I saw this thing on Twitter
I wanted to ask you about. I don’t know if you guys
have heard this story. You go on Twitter
every now and then. I follow you.
Very funny. But now and then, you get into
a debate or an argument. -You just used the word “debate”
about Twitter. That’s adorable.
[ Laughter ] That’s adorable, yeah.
-An argument I guess? What do you call it?
-Well, yeah. Well, I got trolled by
a Trump supporter, MAGA guy. And then he wrote something
nasty to me. I wrote something nasty back. But then I started, like,
scrolling through his feed and kind of
reading about his life, and he had all these
insane medical problems. And he had a GoFundMe
because he was facing — he just had no health support. And it really —
It really struck me. Like, I think maybe I just
hit my level of being snarky and mean back to people. And it also really showed me,
like, this is a guy that is supporting —
He’s supporting a guy that is sort of
the architect of his pain. Like, he’s a Trump supporter, and Trump is kind of
not there to help him. And so, I was like,
“You know what? I’m gonna just signal boost
his GoFundMe and maybe try to help him
get some money and get him, you know,
where he needs to be. And, yeah, that was the tweet
that I sent out. -“This dude just attacked me
on Twitter, and I joked back, but then I looked back
at his timeline, and he’s in a lot of trouble,
health-wise. I’d be pissed off, too. He’s been dealt some…”
-Mm-hmm — boop! cards. -“…unlucky cards.
Let’s deal him some good ones. Click and donate
just like I’m about to.” -Yeah, I mean the whole —
[ Cheers and applause ] -I think that’s — That’s so exactly what people
should be doing. -Aww,
I’m not tweeting for clapping. [ Laughter ] You know.
-Yeah. -Just maybe we’ve been taken
to such extremes now in this country
of hatred and vitriol that the only way
the pendulum is gonna swing back is if we come back
at all this hatred and vitriol with insane amounts
of grace and compassion. Maybe that will be —
‘Cause nothing else — The snark doesn’t
seem to be working any more. Do you know what I mean?
-No, I totally do. -So maybe we’ll push through. I don’t know.
I — It was — That was me — It was almost like,
at the end of my rope, there was compassion.
And you know what? I’m just gonna help the guy out. -Good.
I think that’s great. He started out
with this GoFundMe. He started out,
and he had raised almost $5,000. Now it’s almost $50,000.
-And you know what? Yeah, but you know
what’s really cool about it is? I DM with him now,
and he said, “You know what? I’m gonna give
some of this money to my cousin who’s in trouble.
I’m gonna help him out.” So, it’s almost like I’m doing
a virus version of kindness. Maybe that will be —
a kindness virus. -Wow. Wow!
-But maybe that’s what — Yeah, maybe that’s what —
I don’t know. It may be something. -I just think it’s cool
that you did that. Good for you.
-Thank you, Jimmy. I appreciate it, man.
-I wish more people did that. That’s awesome.
-Thanks, man. -Not only is “A.P. Bio”
coming back, season two — Congrats on that.
-Thank you. -It’s a very funny show.
-Thank you so much. [ Cheers and applause ] -But also “Happy!”…
-Yes. -…is returning to SyFy.
[ Cheers and applause ] -“Happy!”
I love this! -“Happy!” fans. -“Happy!” has
very, very intense fans. “Happy!” is a show on SyFy,
directed by Brian Taylor, who made the “Crank” films,
and it stars Chris Meloni. Chris Meloni has a lethal level
of accepting whatever is put in front of him,
script-wise. I almost feel like Brian’s like,
“Let’s see if he’ll do this,” and Chris is like,
“I’ll do that.” So, there’s a lot of fluids. There’s a lot of Chris coming
out of different orifices. The show is the weirdest thing
I’ve ever been a part of. -It truly is.
-It’s amazing, yeah, yeah, yeah. -And he’s brilliant,
Chris Meloni. -Chris Meloni is —
But he’s so intense. He is just willing
to do anything. -Yeah.
-He’s willing to do things on camera that he shouldn’t
be willing to do. He should be questioning
way more about the show, and he just doesn’t,
and I love it.