-First of all, I want to say —
Do you live in New York? -I wish I still lived
in New York. No. I´m kind of all over
at the moment. -Because I see you now and then
at Ranger games. -Yeah. Oh, yeah, I´m a big —
Yeah, I´m a big Rangers fan. -You´re a big Ranger fan, yeah. So you go to the Ranger games
all the time, which is fantastic. -Yeah, well, the first place
I lived in, in America was New York, so I was
automatically a Rangers fan. -Ah!
-Yeah. -But you really get into it.
I mean, I´ve seen you — Like, I´ve seen
this photo of you. I don´t know
if you´ve seen this. -There´s embarrassing photos
out there, yeah, yeah. -It´s kind of —
But, I mean, no, I like this. I don´t know
if you saw this photo here. -Oh, visuals.
-This is you. It looks like you´re falling. Looks like you were dropped
from the rafters. Is that a retired jersey that you picked up in the
rafters and then fell down? You look like
you´re midair like — This looks like
a roller coaster. That´s not — That´s —
You´re just going off. -Literally every time, I try and, like,
give myself a pep talk. Like, “Don´t be too animated.” Like, I´ve learned that sometimes when I go to the game,
I get photographed. I´m like, “Keep it cool.
Keep it cool.” But then at some point, I get
swept up in the game, and — -No, you have to do that.
-I get too into it. -No, that´s what a fan does. -And then the embarrassing
photos come out. -I know. They´re really — Yeah.
But, no, this is not embarrassing because it´s you.
It looks cool. But I just love
that you get that into it. But you were saying
that you do like — Now and then,
they put you on the jumbotron. -Yeah. I´ve seen you
on it before, as well, ´cause I follow the Rangers
on Instagram. -I never know what to do
when I´m on there. -Oh, it´s so awkward. -´Cause you just wave hi and
then you just hope for applause. -No, but it´s, like,
uncomfortably long that you´re held
on the jumbotron. -You don´t know what to do.
I can´t do a comedy bit or do other things, so I´m just
kind of, like, waving. -Yeah, what do you do, actually,
when you´re on the jumbotron? Give me some advice ´cause — -I mean, sometimes — I mean — Sometimes
I´ll just wear my ski mask. This is fantastic.
-Yeah, why not? -You show up.
Yeah, you just wear this. You´re just like,
“Hi. How´s it going?” -Just do a little —
-Yeah. [ Cheers and applause ] You know?
-That´s good. -And just like that.
You know, that sort of stuff. -I should do that next time. I´m glad we had
this conversation. -But I never know what to do. And so I ended up just like —
I never know what to do. -I never know
what to do, either, and, like, for the first
three seconds, I´m fine, but I still do something
embarrassing like a double wave, which I never do unless
I´m, you know, walking out onto one of these shows
or, like, on the jumbotron. I find myself doing this,
which is embarrassing. And then it holds it
and holds it and holds it. And I´m like,
“I don´t know what else to do!” -Well, you told me that, and so we actually saw
if we could get a screen grab. And we actually got a picture
of you doing the double wave, which I just think is so… I´ve never really —
I don´t remember even seeing you doing
the double wave ever. Did you do it tonight?
-No, I never do. I try not to do a double wave. -It almost looks like
you´re doing a show tune like… ♫ Hello, my baby,
hello, my darling ♫ ♫ Hello, my ragtime gal ♫ I just love that you go to
the games and just go crazy ´cause I didn´t even know that you were a giant hockey fan
until recently. I saw a photo of — Was it
two Halloweens ago maybe? You and your buddies dressed
as the Mighty Ducks. -Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. -That is what
got you into hockey? -Well, yeah, I mean, growing up
and watching “The Mighty Ducks.” And I love “The Mighty Ducks.” And I always wanted
to play ice hockey. And then, finally,
when I moved to America, I joined a league and stuff,
but, yeah. -You were in, like,
a hockey league? -Yeah, just briefly when I
wasn´t under contract, working, ´cause you´re not allowed to
do it while you´re working. But, yeah. No.
So, for Halloween, we all got Mighty Ducks jerseys and we, like,
ran around New York in a Flying V formation. And we didn´t even
have to prompt it. The people on the streets
would start being like, “Quack! Quack! Quack! Quack!” [ All chanting ]
Quack! Quack! Quack! Quack! -Here they are!
The Mighty Ducks! Right there! [ Cheers and applause ] That would be a good — I´m just saying —
That´s a good reboot, man. -Yeah, until you get to a club,
and they´re like, “You have to check the
hockey sticks at the door.”
´Cause that´s a weapon. -You can´t bring in
hockey sticks. -So we´d go to each club,
check our hockey sticks. -But I love that you would
only walk in the V formation. -Oh, 100%, yeah. Flying V.
-The Flying V, man. Absolutely.