Transcript for Deli Menu Perfectly Sums Up Pain of Parents Dining With Kids
Happy Friday, everybody. Happy Friday to you at home. We're having a lot of fun this Friday. Great to have Sara here with us. Thank you. And it's about to get even better. I know that's hard to improve on you, Sara. Not that hard. Come on out, Alfonso! How are you? Hey, buddy. How you been? Good, good. Hello, darling. Mwah. Big man. Brother. Brother, brother, man. I get the center seat. Look at this. You know -- My first time here with the new setup. I love it. Great energy. Great energy. And great, you have a claim to fame. You were a model just a minute ago. You did a fabulous job. Thank you. I made sure to see that E we saw it with us a scarf and a blanket. You have a whole new claim to fame. Somebody sent me an apple sticker of you. Yes, yes. It's a -- Somewhat that all about? I'm still trying to figure it out because -- I mean, they -- it's on all the new -- when you download the new software for the apple products. Every apple iPhone right now? Yes. Wow. Why they not paying me? That's the part I'm still trying to figure out. People say, hey, man. That's pretty cool on the iPhone 7. No, I got the 6s. They say, no, no, no, you're on here. I was like, wow, that's very cool. I want them to sell a lot. Because afterwards, I'm going to come asking. You'll do fine. Give me a half a cent. I don't take too much. We have a lot to catch up with you on. We already discussed these topics that require some opinions. George, what do you have? I love this one. The ultimate kids menu. The deli at mansion park. I have a 13, almost 3, and 17 months. Wow. You're almost getting there with the 3-year-old. What do you want for dinner? I don't know. A whole lot of I don't nos. Here's what they have. The I don't know. Hot dog and fries. That's the name of it? The I don't care. Chicken terpds and fries. I'm not hungry, grilled cheese and fries. And I don't want that, fish sticks with fries. That is so true. You ask your kids what they want for dinner, you get an I don't know every time. My 13-year-old is like, I don't know. Chicken tenders? He made it easier. Oh, you want the I don't know. Okay. You mess with them. Oh, yeah. Big time. And speaking of meals, how many times do you say, what do you want? They go what are you going to have? You can't have what I'm going to have, because I'm not grilling you a fillet mignon. I'm not wasting the good meets. They go from I don't know and I don't care to the most expensive thing on the menu. They just look at Numbers. It's the only thing they still understand. It's what they ordered they don't want. They want what you have. My wife does add that, too. What are you going to have. Cool, I'll order that. It's called marriage, my friend. I try to trick her sometimes sflp what do you do? I think I'm going to have this. Really, cool. She orders it, I order something different. What I really wanted. I got her figured out. She's giving me the evil eye. Where is she? Where is she? Just wave, babe. Wave. Aw. This is actually our first trip, the first time she's away from the babies. Yeah, so we left the babies in L.A. With her mom and aunt E and she came. She was like, I'm going the come on this visit and break the bond with the babies. So -- With that said, I'm not going to call it a vacation. Kind of like a vacation. That leads into the next story I have. If you're -- one of the hardest things emmoyers found is that people don't want to take vacations. If you take a vacation, you get behind. So they pay their employees to take a vacation. I love that. I love that idea. That is fantastic. It's a tech company. Steel house. He worked in silicon valley for 15 years. They couldn't take vae occasions. They couldn't get refreshed. They give the employees $2,000 to take a trip to go wherever you want. Do whatever you want. Aim going to call ABC. I know I'm down far lot of the year. I think you should pay me for my vacation. $2,000 a week. You want me to give you the answer? They don't let you save it. They make you submit receipts to prove you got away. Only 5 people out of 250 have left them over the last years. It makes sense. A of of people will like this. You can't use it for a spa day. Don't come back with a receipt for the spa day. They said, but, we won't judge if you come back from Vegas if you gamble it away. That's what I'm saying. What about you? If ABC, if ABC said, here's money, go on say occasion every year, where are you going? I'm going to borabora. One of those overwater bu bungalows. We might have and I sitting there without the kids like, yeah, a toast to ABC. I bet -- in pictures. Let talk about what you have going on. You're a busy man. I've got two series, my, you know, "America's funniest home videos" our season premiere. We love it. Repremier this Sunday on ABC at 7:00, 6:00 central. I feel like this season is a complete upgrade from last year. Especially for me, as a host. I felt like -- Why? I looked at the season last year and wept, wow. I'm kind of like, my energy is all over the place. I felt like, because we do the voiceovers separately than we do the actual on-camera stuff. I decided I need to make this one tone and make it feel like I'm talking to somebody at home and less about talking to the studio audience. Let's take a look. This is a bit. Ooh. Yeah. You're pregnant! Oh bhp blp I thought it was a lip gloss. I had no idea. I think the only way to elevate that clip is if she would have actually used it like lip gloss. That would have been just real nasty. Oh, my god. Oh, my god, thank you. Oh. Yes. And then I also have -- my other show, unwrapped 2.0 on the cooking channel. Premieres October 9th. Sundays at 9:00 eastern. That show is about treats. We show how treats are made all the way from ingredients to sending them off. A tootsie roll. A cake. Or chips. Or -- all the way through. You learn a lot about how it's all made. All the different stuff. What I really love is the machines they have to make to get the stuff to go through. So, they'll make this new contraption to take the thing from a big log to like this. We remember you from "Fresh prince." It all began with Carlton. Is it true you almost didn't get that gig? Yeah. I originally got it. I got the role, and then the -- incoming president of Warren Littlefield didn't want me to do it after the pilot. They tried to recast and went through the entire recasting process and the executive producers and will were like, no, we think he's the guy. They had to let him go through his process. They ended up not finding anybody. And then, like, six weeks into the series, he came over and was like, you know what, I gotta say, I'm sorry I put you through that. And the rest is history.
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