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Kevin Nealon Tries to Get Ellen to Go Hiking

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05:50   |   Jun 10, 2019

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  • - Good to see you, Kevin.
  • - You too, Ellen.
  • - This is your 20th appearance here.
  • You've been here many--
  • - Really?
  • - And we have known each other for a--
  • do you remember?
  • I was trying to think today when we first met, where we were.
  • - We were in San Francisco.
  • We were both doing stand-up comedy.
  • And yeah we did a lot of road gigs together
  • and here we are now.
  • - Here we are now.
  • - And I loved your latest special, by the way.
  • - Oh thank you very much.
  • - I could relate to it.
  • What was it called?
  • - It was called Relatable.
  • - Oh, then it works.
  • It works.
  • - Yeah, so you related to it?
  • That's great.
  • Yeah.
  • - Yeah, thanks.
  • - It made me want to do a special because I've
  • done two of them already.
  • And I was trying to remember what
  • I had done in them, because it's been about six years
  • since I did my last one.
  • So I went back and I visited to make sure I
  • wasn't doing the same material.
  • And none of it was the same.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • - Well, that's good.
  • - But the hardest thing is coming up
  • with a name for your special.
  • I don't know why they call them specials,
  • everybody's doing them now.
  • So it's not that special.
  • - That's right.
  • - But Dana Carvey had a good one.
  • I think his last one was called Critic's Choice.
  • - That's great.
  • - That way, when people see it, they say,
  • oh Critic's Choice, we gotta see this.
  • - Gotta watch that.
  • - So I'm thinking of maybe calling mine Five Stars, just
  • show five stars on it.
  • - That's a good idea.
  • - Now I got to come up with some material.
  • - Yeah, that's the hard part.
  • That's what I did.
  • I made the deal without having the material.
  • - Did you really?
  • - I really did.
  • - I like that.
  • It puts pressure on you.
  • - Yeah, that's what I did.
  • - You need a deadline, don't you?
  • - Yes, it took two years for me to come up with it.
  • So it is June already.
  • Can you believe it?
  • - No, I don't believe it.
  • - OK.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • Well, it is.
  • Will you be traveling?
  • - Yes, we are actually.
  • We've been doing these river cruise trips.
  • We go down, not in the US, but in Europe.
  • We go down like the Rhine or the Danube.
  • And I was never like a cruise guy.
  • I didn't like that idea.
  • But these are smaller river cruise boats.
  • And every time I talk to people about it I said,
  • we're going on this river cruise.
  • It's always like, oh yeah my grandmother did that or my aunt
  • did that.
  • So I'm kind of getting to that age, I guess.
  • But it's a lot of fun.
  • - They're supposed to be really nice.
  • And it isn't like a regular cruise.
  • Now your son is 12, does he enjoy that kind of cruise?
  • - He was like the only kid on the cruise.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • - They didn't really have games or anything?
  • - Yeah, but he learned how to play chess.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • And he was performing for everybody on the boat.
  • And he's at that age now where, you
  • know I'm kind of an older dad, and his friends' parents
  • are a lot younger than me.
  • AUDIENCE: Oh.
  • - There's your son.
  • There's Gabe.
  • - Oh, oh.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • I thought they were oh-ing because I was old.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • But he's getting kind of critical of me.
  • Like if I'm down on the ground playing with his toys
  • or something with him, and then I go to get up
  • and I don't get up fast enough, he's kind of like--
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • You know what I mean?
  • Or like if after I eat, my stomach may
  • be out a little bit, he'll go--
  • he'll pat it like--
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • But I tell him I said, look at, Buddy, I'm in great shape.
  • By the way, I could take any one of your friends' parents.
  • I could beat up any one of your friends' parents, even
  • the fathers.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • I could take them all.
  • It's true.
  • Even the fathers.
  • So tell me about this YouTube, I didn't
  • know you have a YouTube show.
  • Why haven't I hiked with you?
  • You go hiking and talk to people.
  • It's so hard to get to you, to break
  • through that wall of people you have around you.
  • - I guess so.
  • I haven't--
  • - I've tried for years.
  • Now would you go?
  • - No.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • I might if I had time.
  • Well, you hike here in Los Angeles?
  • - I hike pretty much in Los Angeles.
  • Yeah, I do the canyons, and I've really gotten into it.
  • This is my second season doing it.
  • It's called Hiking with Kevin, it's on YouTube.
  • And I started off just with a selfie stick
  • and a camera on the end, you know my cell phone.
  • And now I have like a GoPro, and I
  • have a drone that I fly myself.
  • - Wow.
  • - Yeah.
  • And I've crashed it into trees before.
  • It's really scary, because it makes
  • all these beeps and noises and bells when it's about to crash.
  • And you start panicking and you can't do anything about it.
  • And it hits the trees and it's a lot of fun.
  • Oh yeah, I bought snow shoes with Donny Osmond here.
  • - Oh that kind of hiking, look at that.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • - Is that with Donny Osmond?
  • - That's Donny Osmond in Sundance.
  • Yeah, we hiked from Sundance to Vegas.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • - No, you didn't.
  • - We did.
  • - Well how long of a--
  • - Well, it seemed like we did, but we really took a plane.
  • We started in Sundance and ending up in Vegas.
  • - You flew, I see.
  • So you must be in good shape with doing all this,
  • because you have to talk while you're hiking.
  • Look at you.
  • - Yes, I'm in great shape.
  • - No, really.
  • Because if you have to hike and talk--
  • - Yeah, there's a lot of talking going on and hiking.
  • I don't even think of it as exercise.
  • And I've had some fun guests come with me too.
  • Everybody has their own unique ability.
  • There's some hikers that come with me,
  • they're called flat liners.
  • I call them that, because they only want to hike flat.
  • - I see.
  • - I don't know if that's called hiking.
  • Would you be a flat liner?
  • - How dare you.
  • No.
  • - I just saw you were a little out of breath
  • when you're dancing before.
  • AUDIENCE: Oh!
  • - When was I dancing?
  • - On the monitor at my--
  • this is like in May.
  • [LAUGHTER]
  • Exactly.
  • I haven't danced in years.
  • - But Spade wanted to go flat.
  • And it took me like a year and a half-- it took me
  • longer to get to him than you.
  • And he wanted to only go flat and no hills at all.
  • And so I found this really flat trail.
  • And we're hiking and he's got to be
  • done by a certain time, and all of a sudden
  • and it's like a 1 degree angle.
  • We're going up a little bit.
  • And he noticed it.
  • He goes, are we going up the hill right now?
  • I mean if he took a marble and rolled it,
  • that's the only way you could tell it was a hill.
  • Because it was that slight.
  • - That's hilarious.
  • Well that's David Spade.

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Kevin Nealon attempted to get Ellen to go on a hike him for his YouTube series, "Hiking with Kevin." The comedian also explained how his 12-year-old son has become very critical of him of late, and how the tween has a unique love of going on river cruises.

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