-I miss you.
I wish you were here every week. -I know, I wish
I was here all the time. -Thank you for coming.
Where have you — You’ve been
all over the world. -Where did you fly in from?
-L.A. -You flew from Los Angeles.
-It was the craziest trip, because two flights — these two
flights had been mixed up and they hadn’t been flying out.
And I was in the lounge, and we had found
other transportation to get to, you know, New York. And I overheard this young girl,
and she was talking about how she was gonna
miss her graduation. -Oh, really?
-So I went up to her, and I was like, “Do you
want to travel with me?” [ Audience awws ]
And she was like, “Sure.” I was like,
“Okay, come with me.” -No way.
-So we traveled together, and she’s here
in the audience tonight. -No, you brought her here?
-Yes! -Where? Where?
[ Cheers and applause ] -[ Chuckles ] She’s here. -Hey, what is her name?
-Marissa. Marissa. -Marissa?
-Yes. -Marissa, did you make —
Oh, hi, Marissa. Yeah, there you go.
-Yes, she graduated. [ Cheers and applause ]
Yeah! -What school did you go to?
-Columbia, right? -Columbia University.
-I know Columbia University. Yeah, not bad.
[ Cheers and applause ] -Yes.
-I’m so glad. -Yes, I know.
-What a great story. -Oh, what a great story.
-It is. -I was like, “Thanks.”
-That’s so nice of you. Cool. But her parents,
I’m sure they were like, “Why did you go and travel
with strangers?” -No, but she said
she was gonna miss it, and she didn’t.
That’s the best. -She didn’t miss it.
there you go. -Good for you, pal.
-Thank you. -I know that you were also
in Australia, because you saw
our pal Robert Irwin when you were down there.
-Oh, isn’t he the best? -Oh, my gosh.
-They are both. -Robert and Bindi Irwin
right there. And I know, we love those guys.
-Oh! -What did you do
when you were there? -Oh, man.
-Oh, I saw so many things. He was like, “Mate, mate,
you got to hold a snake.” I was like, “Oh, sure.” And he’s like,
“Mate, it’s got to happen. Put it ’round your neck.”
[ Laughter ] And I was like, “okay.”
-“It’s got to happen. Put it ’round your neck.”
-He’s like, “Mate, I’ve got to come to States to go and see
‘Godzilla vs. King Kong.'” [ Laughter ]
I’m like, “Okay, sure.” -“All right, mate.”
-Yeah. -I love that
he calls you “mate.” -“Oh, mate.”
-“Hey, mate.” He brought a — He brought —
I mean, he brings the craziest stuff on our show.
-Oh, yeah. -And always —
-I watch every segment. He Facetime’d me
when he was here. He was like, “Millie, mate,
there’s an animal named after you.”
[ Laughter ] -He named an animal after you?
-Millie Bobby Brown. -This is Millie millipede,
Millie Bobby Brown. And it was so…
[ Laughter ] Oh, no, it was frightening.
I can’t even talk about it. -And he looks at it and he goes,
“Isn’t it so adorable?” [ Light laughter ]
I’m like… -No.
-No. -Not at all.
-It’s not — -It’s frightening, Robert.
-It’s quite scary. -Frightening.
-Yes. -But he’s such a good guy.
-Oh, he’s the best. -He loves animals.
-Yeah. -You love animals?
-I love animals. -Yeah. Do you own any pets?
-Well, the last time I spoke to Robert on Facetime
was in a bit of a — I was like,
“Should I get tortoises? Should I not get tortoises?” I finally went to a pet shop,
and they had two, when my parents only allowed me
for one. And they were husband and wife.
How could you, you know? [ Laughter ]
So I went overboard, and I called them
“Bec-cah” and “Dah-vid.” Which basically
are Becky and David. But you know Jon Snow
from “Game of Thrones?” He has that
Northern English accent. He’s like “Jon Snuh.”
[ Laughter ] -“Jon Snuh.”
-“Jon Snuh.” So you got to say
“Dah-vid and Bec-cah.” [ Laughter ]
With your tongue out. Oh, so David —
-“Dah-vid and Bec-cah.” -Oh, yeah.
And that’s how I only name — I will be like,
“Oh, good morning, Dah-vid.” [ Laughter ] -But, dude,
you love them so much. -Oh, I’m the mother of tortoises
now, like I can’t — [ Laughter ]
I cannot stop. [ Applause ]
-Like, Daenerys is — Yeah. -The Mother of Dragons,
Mother of Tortoises. “Jon Snuh.”
-You Facetime’d your tortoise. -Oh, yes.
-This is today or yesterday? -So, I’m on a press tour
right now, and every day,
I’m Facetime-ing them. Look at my — I can’t —
I was in bed. I couldn’t stop laughing.
[ Laughter ] So “Bec-cah” ate strawberries.
And it was the cutest thing, because she only — because
she gets, like — you know, it’s her treat
once in a while, and she was like…
-She went for it. -She went for it.
My brother was like, “Oh, do you want to see David.”
I was like, “Oh! Does Eleven have super powers?”
[ Laughter ] You know?
I was like, “Are you joking me?” I’m the mother to them.
-Yes. -They also, like, love me.
-Do they recognize you? -No, they do.
They, like, turn their heads and they’re like,
“Not her again.” [ Laughter ]
And I’m like [Baby-talking]. -Oh, how fun.