Colin Farrell and Ellen Answer Ellen’s Burning Questions


We’re back with Colin Farrell,
and we’re both in the hot seat getting ready to [in unison] answer
my burning questions. [applause] None. [ding] Hers. [ding] Yes I’m nailing this obviously. Quiet. [ding] At the start, a decent student,
at and at the end, a disaster. [ding] What? Walking. [ding] [laughter] Curling. [ding] Eating pizza. [ding] Oh, cheeseburgers. [ding] What’s his name? [laughter] Peter Faulk. Yeah, Peter Faulk. I can do Peter Faulk. Pardon me ma’am, I don’t mean
to bother you, but [ding] [laughter] Norman Mailer. Norman Mailer, who would
kind of talk like that. He thought he kind of
had an Irish accent and thought he was your
Irish, and was very angry but a very smart man. Highly intellectual,
very erudite. Wonderfully articulate. And would make a point
and, you wouldn’t know if he was trying
to make a point or he was going to slap
you in the head. [ding] [applause] That’s how you play the game.
See? Cotton balls. [ding] [laughter] People parking in handicap
parking spaces that don’t have handicap parking passes. [buzzer] [ding] It creeps you out? It gives me the shivers. No, it makes me want to commit
murder but I just thought I’d use the
opportunity to call people out. I don’t know Irish curse words. Just say an English curse
word in Irish accent. [beep] Which means kiss me arse. [ding] Me arse. One of my pets. [ding] A giant Sequoia. [ding] [laughter] This game goes on. I didn’t
know what the deal was about. Well, we’re trying to find a
good one because you’re not playing right. [laughter] Love [ding] What she said [ding] [laughter] The most useless
talent you have is– This game. [ding] [laughter] [applause] I agree. [ding] [laughter] [music]

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