– We’re gonna play a game called
“Never Ever–Have I Ever.” And we played it on the show
with Gwyneth Paltrow and Johnny Depp,
and I think you played also. – We did a version of it
on our show as an homage to you. – Yeah, so now we’ll play
together, and I’ll play with– – I haven’t been this nervous since I had that whip in my hand
or the handcuffs. [laughter] – Well, I’ll play with you,
so I’ll answer as well, okay? – But you know the questions.
– No, I haven’t seen them. Someone else wrote them.
Someone else wrote them. – Okay, all right.
– I won’t take responsibility. – Okay.
– Okay. – We have to be
completely honest. – Completely honest,
and I will answer with you. – Okay. – “Never have I ever
been in handcuffs.” – [chuckles] [laughter] – I won’t. [both chuckle] – Oh, just go to the next one.
– You sure? [laughter]
– Just go to the next one. – All right. We’ll elaborate on some.
Not that one. – Was it inside or outside?
– Just go to the next one. [laughter]
– All right. “Never have I ever
stolen something.” [laughter]
– Come on. – I’ve never. – As a kid, you never went into
a candy store… – Never.
– And stole a piece of gum? – No, I was so good,
it was ridiculous. – I got caught. I got caught by my mother, and she made me go back down
to the store and tell the guy
that I stole something. – Good for her.
– “Good for her” no. It was awful.
– Of course. – I hated her for about a month. – Yeah, and then you never
did it again. – Oh, yeah, I did.
No, I’m kidding. [laughter] – No, I never stole anything.
– All right. – “Never have I ever
forgotten the name of someone I was interviewing.” – Oh, I think I have.
– Yeah. [laughter]
I have too. – You are?
– Yeah, I’m Ellen. – I’m Matt.
Nice to meet you. Who did you forget
the name of? – Just when I was–
at the very end when– a long time ago. It was, like, in the begi– it was Katy Perry,
and I knew Katy, but I just went to say,
“I want to thank my guest,” and I just looked at her,
and she goes, “Katy.” I went “Katy.”
[laughter] I just–I mean, I knew it,
but I just lost it for a second. “Never have I ever
been to a nude beach.” [laughter] – What are you,
the girl in the bubble? What is–
how do you not go to– – Why would I do that? – Ever? Never?
– Never. And I don’t want to.
[laughter] – No, I don’t want to anymore.
– No. – I did at one time. – The people that are there
shouldn’t be there. I mean–
[laughter] – How would you know that
if you’ve never been there? – No, I’ve seen pictures.
– Oh, okay. – I send my assistant
to take pictures, and then they come back,
and I go, “No, I’m not going.” – I went to one in Greece
one time. It was–
– Yeah. I just–it just seems like– it’s the same as people that–
in spas. The people that you want
walking around naked are not the ones
walking around naked. – Exactly right. – It’s the ones that are
walking around naked that you’re going,
“No, you shouldn’t be”… [laughter] “Never have I ever screamed
during a scary movie.” – Oh, yeah, I have.
– Yeah. Really? – Sure.
[laughter] – Well, we’ve learned a lot
about you. – It’s like playing this game
with an animatron here. [laughter] – No, I don’t scream at–
stuff doesn’t scare me. – You know what,
I find I don’t have a tolerance for scary movies
anymore. – Yeah? – I think it’s something about
having kids. I don’t want to be scared. I can’t take violent movies
either anymore. – I used to like them also, and I stopped watching
things like that ’cause I don’t like to
let it in– especially at night
before you go to sleep, you don’t want all that stuff
in your head. – Mm-mm, not at all. – Go to sleep with nice,
calm things. – Well, this was very tame.
– Yes. – I’m very impressed with you
all of a sudden. – Well, we can write
some new ones. – No, no, I’m good. I’m good.
– Do you want other ones? – I think we came out unscathed. – All right, good.