-I want to do — since the name of the album
is “Romance,” maybe a little romance
rapid-fire questions. Is that okay?
-Oh, okay. -So don’t think too much.
-Okay. -Just whoosh, whoosh.
Just tell me — Yeah, here we go. Ready?
-Okay. Question one, what’s your
favorite love song of all time? -Ooh, only one.
-There’s no judgment, no judgment.
-Alright, okay. Well, I would say —
it changes, but right now, I don’t know
if you know this song. You have to listen to it. It’s called “Heart’s on Fire”
by Passenger. Does anybody know this song?
-I know Passenger. -You should li– Thank you
for the one clap that’s the person that
knows this song. -That is Passenger.
That is Passenger. He’s here. -Passenger! Such a fan
of your work. -I know Passenger, yeah.
I love that other song. -Yeah, yeah, yeah.
-But “Heart’s on Fire”? -You’ve got to tell me yours,
too. -Oh, mine —
theme from “SpongeBob.” -Oh, nice.
[ Laughter ] -What is the cheesiest
pickup line anyone’s ever tried on you?
-Ooh, cheesiest? Okay, this is a real thing
that a guy said to me once. This guy texted me.
He was like — he was like —
what did he say? He was like, “You’re like
my coffee, brown and hot.” [ Laughter ]
And I was like — -What are you supposed
to say to that? -I didn’t.
-You’re like — yeah. -I was like, no, nope, fine. -Yeah, you’re like,
“Venti or grande?” Yeah, you’re like,
“I don’t know what to do. Are we doing coffee things?
I can’t do this for that long.” -It was weird. And I actually
did text him back. I just said, “ha ha ha.”
[ Light laughter ] -That’s very nice.
All right, here we go. Describe your worst date ever. -My worst date ever?
Hmm. Um, oh, yeah, okay. So when I was younger,
I liked this guy. And he knew — like,
I had told him that I didn’t like
scary movies. Like, he knew that I just, like, I genuinely didn’t like
scary movies. Like, I would see them and I
would, like, have nightmares. And I just —
-Me too. -Yeah.
-I still do. -Do you like them now?
-No. -I kind of, like, with
the right person, like, you know, you can cuddle up
and it can be kind of funny. -Sure.
-But, like, at the time, I was like — I don’t know.
-I can’t even watch “Dateline.” I have nightmares for weeks.
-Me too! Me too. -Awful.
-And so, anyway — and so this guy just, like,
invited me to the movie theater and was like — he wouldn’t tell
me what movie we were gonna see. And then I show up and we see
“Ouija” board. And I was like, “what?” -Oh, I don’t even like —
the name scares me. -It was terrifying.
-And it’s still in your head. It stuck in your head.
-He thought it was gonna be cute and that you know, I was gonna
like, you know — -Yeah, hold his hand.
-Cuddle up and, like, whatever. And I was just, like — uhh!
-Yeah, frightening. No, no, no.
All right, good. Now, last question. Have you ever had a profile
on a dating app? -Um, actually I haven’t. -Be honest.
-I haven’t. Have you? -No, are you kidding?
I’m old. I’m 45. [ Laughter ] There was no Internet
when I was dating. -Just you and your wife texting
each other through apps. -No, we had like sun dials
we’d move around. [ Laughter ] Internet? Please.
-The good old days. -You never thought about it?
Like, “Maybe I’ll try one”? -Um, I actually — I don’t know.
I didn’t — I feel like I just — I prefer to meet someone
kind of the old fashioned way. -In person?
-I know that’s like a cliché thing to say but —
-Yeah. -Yeah, no, I never did it. -That’s so cool.
-I think maybe three more months and I would have done it,
’cause I was single forever. -Oh, really?
-Yeah. -You were almost there
and you’re like, “Okay, I’m not doing it.”
-Yeah, three more months and I would have been like,
“Tinder, Raya” — -Yeah, there we go, yeah.