-Seth, we love you.
-I think it worked.
-It worked pretty well.
You had to wait a little bit.
-You have to wait a little bit, but you should be ableto wait for friendship.
Hey, so I know you're notsupposed to touch your face and I'm not supposedto touch my face.
-The thing I can't — the CDC guidelineshave not made — Am I — Can we toucheach other's faces? [ Laughter ] -Oh, that'san interesting thing.
-Yeah, so, like, when I want to think.
-Oh —I should do like this.
Yeah, we can do that.
-So, just, if at any pointduring tonight's interview it seems like I'm beingthoughtful, I invite you to — -I will.
-Be — 'Cause I thinkthat's totally safe.
-That's totally safe.
Right?We agree with that.
Alright, let's check — Someone's callingthe CDC right now.
-They're going tocall the CDC right now? Okay.
We have their –We have their home number.
So it's perfect.
How's the family doing?How's the kids? -They're great.
-How old are the kids now? -They're coming up on 2 and 4.
-So much fun to be around.
-Still little babies, though.
-Still little kids.
We just took them on a big trip.
-Oh, where?-Yeah, we went to Uruguay.
-That really is — -You know, 'cause that's likethe new Disney World.
[ Laughter ]-Uruguay? -Yeah, my wife said, “We should go to Uruguay.
I hear it's beautiful.
“And so I said, “Sure.
” And then — And the plan was –She sold it to me like this.
You fly to Miami from New York, and then you get ona flight to Uruguay that leaves at 10:00 at night and gets there at 10:00 in themorning, so there's no jet lag.
It basically goesstraight down, right? -Okay.
-So, she was like, “The kids will sleep all night.
It will be easier — way easierthan you think it is.
” So, I'm like, “Great.
” Then we flyfrom New York to Miami, and once we boardthe flight to New York, we get an alert that, “Yourflight from Miami to Uruguay has been delayed.
” [ Laughter ] Which is the next day.
Which is not a delay.
That's –I've been rescheduled.
That is not —That is not — Yeah.
Yeah, that's not a delay.
-If you were at your doctor'soffice, and the doctor was like, “I'm going to bea little delayed, so just wait heretill tomorrow” — [ Laughter ] -No, that'sa rescheduling, yeah.
-So, we land in Miami.
We have to take a shuttle busto, like, an airport hotel.
And the bummer, the burn is, we're like, we're piling out.
Everybody's in a terrible mood.
And we get off the shuttle bus, and it's just this sort ofnondescript airport hotel, and we walk in, and my son goes, “Daddy, it's beautiful.
” [ Laughter ]And I'm like, “Why are we going to Uruguay?”-“Going to Uruguay? We could just go to a hotel!”-He loves this.
-He loves this.
I'm going to show himthe ice machine, and he's going to lose his mind.
[ Laughter ] And then — We had called aheadand said, “Look, we need two cribs.
-And they said, “Absolutely.
We can guarantee the cribs, but we can't set them upuntil you get here.
” 'Cause, you know, it was like 11:00 at night.
And, you know, our kidsare never up that late.
And so we said, “Can you pleasehave them set up? 'Cause we want to come in –” And they said, “It's not our policy.
” And I wonderwhy they won't do it.
Do they need to see the kids? -Yeah, like, we had a bigger onefor that kid and a little one — -Yeah.
Or I was like, “Do they think we're like some weirdcrib fetish people that just –” -Yeah, “We want to seeyour kids first before we give youa kid's crib.
” -“We don't want to just letyou guys mess around in cribs.
” -This ends upon the Internet, yeah.
And, so, we got a couple cribs.
And we're, like, slap happyat this point.
You know, everything's gone wrong.
-Yeah, you thinkyou got it all figured out.
You never do, right? -Yeah, and thenthey brought one crib, and I said, “It's two.
” And the guy said, “Oh, we only heard one.
” And I said, “We definitely said two.
” And then he definitely, like, broke protocol, he said, “I was supposedto say that.
The reality iswe're out of cribs.
” And he goes, “There are too manypeople here who need cribs.
” And I'm like, oh, now all of a sudden I understand their policyof see the kids first.
-Yeah, yeah, yeah, 'causethey want to just tell you while you're already therein the room.
You're, like, unpacked.
-And so then we saidto our older — So they were like, “We think it's going to be a full 45 minutesto get another crib.
We have to go to another hotel.
” And our little onejust crawled — I'd never seen himdo this before.
He was so tired, the 2-year-old.
He basically vaulted himself into his own crib.
and was asleepby the time he hit the ground.
-Good sleeper, yeah.
-So we say to the older one, “Hey, man, do you wantto just sleep in bed with Mommy and Daddy tonight?” And then, you know that thing, the minute you tell a kidthey can't have something, he's like, “No, I need –I love a crib!” [ Laughter ] He's like, “I love a crib!”It was like, “I'm the crib guy!” -Yeah.
Yeah, that's — yeah.
[ Laughter ] That's like my momat a restaurant, always like, “I love a booth!I have to be in a booth!” It's like, “It's just a table, Mom.
So then 45 minutes later, now we finally got two cribs, and we get our kids in.
And again, we have to wake up in, now at this point, three hours to go back to the airportto get on our flight.
-Oh, my gosh.
-And my son wanted usto play music, because sometimes at night, he wants us to play songs that he likes.
-And so we're trying to justpick one of the songs.
'Cause we're like, “He's going to fall asleep as soon as we play a song.
” So we're just trying to findsomething quiet to play for him.
And then he again locks in, and he was like, “I.
'” This is two weeks ago, so — Basically we're like, “We're notgoing to play 'Jingle Bells.
'” -I love this kid.
-And again, he's like, “I love Christmas music!” -I love this kid.
[ Laughter ] -I will say, it was that great thing 'cause I do sometimes think terrible vacationsbring families together, and you talk about themthe rest of your life, right? -It's true.
-If a vacation goes too well, you just forget about itand never speak of it again.
This one, we're goingto talk about forever, because Alexi and I were in bedholding each other, shaking with silent laughter, 'cause you don't want to rewardthis nonsense.
-But our son — I was like, I think in thehistory of this airport hotel, no one in Februaryhas been like, “'Jingle Bells, 'or I'm going to lose my mind!” [ Laughter ] -Never.
And so then we –Next day, so then again, our flight to Uruguay, which was 10 hours, was supposed to bein the middle of the night.
It's in the middle of the day.
So it's 10 hours of your kidbeing awake on a plane.
Not fun at all.
Get to Uruguay, most beautifulcountry in the world.
Really great, have an incredible time.
Get back, and thenI bring my son to school, you know, the week — Mondayafter we get back.
And he walks in, and I justhear him saying to kids, like, “And there, we had two cribs!” And I'm like, “He's stilltalking about the hotel.
” -He loves the hotel!-All he cares about is the hotel.
-He loves the hotel! -That was his story.
-More with Seth Meyerswhen we come back, everybody.
He loves that!That's all you need.