Transcript for Kevin James talks about his new Netflix series, ‘The Crew’
this Monday morning and we're glad we have this funny guest who joins us right now. You know from hitch and from the show, one of my favorites the king of queens, now he's starring in a new show "The crew." Welcome Kevin James. Good morning. Good morning. We saw that you recently took your whole family to Disney for a few days, does the family have a favorite ride? They did it all. They did space mountain, they did them all, and I have a 6-year-old daughter who did it and kind of showed me -- I really, I literally stood by the stroller every ride, I couldn't pull the trigger. I tried the one roller-coaster I thought I could do the shrinky dog ride from "Toy story." That was rough, I got to be honest. But you did get behind the wheel of a go-kart do some training for new role. Ever do some laps at a real racetrack? No. You know what, not with anybody else on the track. By myself and I can control everything, but it's scary. It really is. I did one of those gentlemen start your engines. Someone brought me out in pace car before. Those turns, where they bank, I panicked. He took his hands off the wheel, too. That freaked me out. When did you become a NASCAR fan in. You know very early on, it must have been through wide world of sports. I was a Richard petty fan, I would sketch 43 on my notebook. I went as that for Halloween one year. I held the steering wheel. It was kind of embarassing. Growing up on Long Island I wasn't exposed to NASCAR really and again found it later in life when I did a couple of "Gentlemen, start your engines," it's an insane world. The experience is completely different. You give us a look at it in "The crew." We're going make top ten. What are you doing? What, you guys have some stupid superstition? It's science. It's not too late, cut your hair. No one touches my hair. This is unbelievable. What? Wait -- What's going on? Jake's car is supposed to be attached to that. A wheel is very important. You got a lot of NASCAR support. You have a lot of real drivers on the show. Ryan Blaney is he's always raising your character on the show. Are they natural actors? Blaney was. Austin Dillon the other guy, they're coming up, they're finding their way, but Blaney really annoyed me because he was so good. It annoys when person can master one area of their life and come in front of a live audience, he crushed it. Kevin, you teamed up again with Adam Sandler for a nature show on your YouTube channel. Tell us about it. Oh, yes. Sandler did kind of like a David attenborough voice. We just followed this weird animal. An endangered species I understand. Yes. I was very bored during quarantine. Well, you have definitely done some great things, my friend, we're so happy you joined us this morning. You know, the crew is streaming now on Netflix. Kevin James, everybody, thank you, Kevin. Thanks, guys. Appreciate it.
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