There's a man who stared in “Party of Five.
” To my best recollection, I've never met him.
But, we all know “Party of Five.
” And ladies and gentlemen, clap it up for Scott Wolf.
(audience cheering)(Scott laughs) Good morning, how are you? I'm doing okay Scott, how are you? We're holding up too.
We're holding up too.
Well, you know what? Holding up in Utah doesn't sound like a bad way of life.
No, there's a lot worse places to have to hold up.
My wife and I and our three kids live in Park City, just outside Salt Lake City.
(Wendy gasps)Yeah, it's nice we're up in the mountains.
That sounds germ-free.
Is it bad there in terms of corona? Well, that's what's weird is you would think intuitively being, sort of, in a wide open space up in the mountains that you would have a very low rate of infection.
But, it turns out because it's a ski town there were so many people travelling through here from all over the world, through the worst part of the transmission, that when they first published a list by county of per capita of infections, there was, like, basically six New York counties and then Summit county where we live, here in Utah.
Wow, I didn't know that.
Yeah– Go ahead.
Well, it really was a jolt to everybody, you know, to see your county at the top of that list.
I know everybody.
I was born and raised outside New York and New Jersey, so I know you guys back there had been harder hit than anybody in our country.
But, to see our little county, that high up, we were one of the first counties other than a New York county to have a stay at home order.
So you and Kelley have been married for 15 years, and I know that you go back-and-forth to L.
You keep a job, I know you do.
So you're used to commuting back-and-forth to your family.
How've things been? You've got three kids, you've got Kelley.
(Scott laughs)How've things been? These are good.
It's funny, 'cause I think one of the things that became clear very quickly was, like, this period of time where we're all self isolated in our homes, there's nowhere to hide.
There's nowhere to hide from your life, right? And so, I think, for better or for worse what your life is, is staring back at you in the face.
And so, I think, if you've got a partner that is your rid or die, then this self isolation is, kind of, a better time because thankfully Kelley is my ride or die.
I love her to bits.
I married way up and somehow she still hasn't figured it all out.
(audience laughing) You look really good.
Like, I noticed you have no facial hair from what I can see.
A little stubble.
A little, a little, yeah.
And your hair looks really good.
Are you cutting your own hair? So, I haven't cut my own hair, yet.
But, I've been cutting the kid's hair.
To, like, differing rates of success.
(chuckles) Well, tell me about it.
Take me through, I wanna hear.
All right, so I cut my middle guy's hair first, he's seven.
And that kid would let me, I mean, if I was like, “We need to jump off this bridge together, ” he'd be, like, “Pick a spot.
” So he was all in and he let me cut his hair.
He's seven, so he moves around a bunch, but he believes in me and so together we pumped through it.
And I gave him, kind of, a great haircut.
He looks really great.
And then, I told my 11-year-old, who's way more skeptical, he's not sure that dad knows what he's doing, about anything.
So he was like, right from the beginning, he was, kind of, a tough customer.
And he's super, kind of, chicly and wiggly and so he got moving around, and I might have clipped the back of his neck one time, a little bit.
(audience laughing) (Scott laughing) So there was a little bit of trauma, but in the end he got pretty good haircut too.
And now, I'm just trying to figure out, look, my wife, I love her as the days is long, I don't think haircutting is in her skillset, and my kids are all too little.
So I've been seeing videos of people doing their own haircuts and I just haven't brought myself to do it, yet, I don't know.
You've got plenty of time 'cause this is not over any time soon, we're all in this together.
Hey, listen, let me tell you something Scott.
I cannot picture you as a gangster, but I guess that's why they call it acting, and I love the type of movie that you're involved.
I mean, I love this crime stuff, the seedy, killer, underworld stuff.
It's called “Inside Game” everyone.
Please tell us all about it.
So the movie is the true story of one of the biggest sports betting scandals in history.
It was these guys, who basically, defrauded the NBA, by these three guys that grew up in Philadelphia.
One was a big bookie.
On was an NBA referee.
And the third guy, Tommy Martino, that I play, is basically best friends with the two of them and became the go-between because the bookie and the referee could never be connected or seen together.
And so, what's incredible is, as a sports fan, I remember this story from when it broke.
Because the idea that a referee at the highest level of the NBA, this wasn't a fringy guy who, like, reffed a game or two, he was a mainstay.
You saw his face everywhere.
And the fact that he was involved in betting on games, even games that he was officiating Well, we've got–was just like mind blowing to any sports fan.
We've got a clip, take a look.
How's it all work, anyway with the picks? My jobs puts me on the inside, right.
So, I know things that regular guys don't.
Unreported injuries, bad blood between refs and players.
So, you're 78% accurate on locker room info? It's a complicated game Tommy.
Oh, my gosh.
All right, where do we watch it? How do we get it? What do we do? Yeah, so the movie's available to stream.
Anywhere you can stream movies, Amazon Prime, iTunes, all the big movie streaming sites, and it's a ton of fun.
Obviously, people are looking for stuff to occupy their time while we're all locked in our houses.
And I'm really proud of this movie.
Great performances, true story.
Please check it out.
I hope you love it.
Thank you Scott.
Have a wonderful day.
And tell your family I said, “How're do doin'” And take care of yourself.
(audience laughing) You too, it's great to be with you.