-It’s so good to see you, buddy. You look great, man. Thank you for coming back to the show. -Can I say something real quick? I don’t know if you know this, but there’s a Chucky doll hidden backstage. Okay, I know this don’t have nothing to do with the show. That just really scared me. I’m a little nervous. -There’s a Chucky doll hidden — -There’s a Chucky doll. When they moved the curtain for me to come out, there’s a Chucky doll in the ropes like this. -What? -I’m not making sense. I’m not lying. -Where is it? Oh, my gosh. Dude, that’s frightening. -I’m so sorry. I didn’t want to throw the show off. -You know what this is? We cut this bit. We never used — We didn’t do this bit. We were gonna do a bit called — -Why is it sitting there? -We shouldn’t do stuff like that. It freaks our guests out. We were gonna do a bit called Chucky Todd. You know, Chuck — You know, Chuck Todd, from “Meet the Press”? This was gonna be Chucky Todd. And we never ended up doing this. This is absolutely — Get this out of our building. This is the most scary thing ever in the world. -I mean, y’all put a beard and mustache on a Chucky doll. That was so — -You know what’s gonna be real weird? When it’s not on the floor in like two minutes. Sorry. I’m sorry to scare — I’m sorry to scare you like that.I don’t want to do that. -You got to imagine, like, I’m back there, saying my before I come on stage prayer. I’m praying. So, imagine you praying. I mean, like — I’m praying like, “God, give me the strength. I’m gonna go out here and have a good time.” I open my eyes, they move the curtain, there’s a Chucky doll. -I’m sorry. I’m sorry. I want to get to talking — Because you had a busy, busy, busy summer. You have two movies coming out. -Yes. -And you also are filming two more movies. -Well, I just wrapped on my third — Well, I’m shooting — So crazy. I’m shooting four movies. -That’s great. -So I just finished all four of them. I’m doing a movie with Kathy Bates, called “Home,” and I’ll go to Germany to finish that in a couple days. -Holy moly. Congratulations. -I’ve been working, bro. -You’ve been working, buddy. That’s fantastic. Do you get any time off? -Uh, no. Because I like buying glasses. I love buying jewelry. Yeah, I understand, yeah. Yeah, yeah. But you get to hang out with the kids, though. -Well, let me say this.The kids, you know, they spend the summers with me. So it’s summers with dad. -Yeah. -And I was able to take them on set. I did a movie called “Free Guy” this summer with Ryan Reynolds. -I love — We love Ryan Reynolds, come on. -He’s the best, he’s fun. -This is the thing about it. ‘Cause I’m a big Ryan Reynolds fan, so I was happy to do it, ’cause I’m a rom-com guy. And it’s two movies — Dang, why it got to be funny? I like rom-coms. -You like a romantic comedy. -I like — I like the stuff.Like, I watch all the Hallmark Channel movies. -Me too! I love them, too. I love those. -They’re so good! Right? -I love them. -I like those movies. -I agree. I love them, too. -Even if I know everything that’s about to happen. -Oh, of course. -Christmas miracle coming. But then, one of my, you know, favorite movies outside of “Definitely Maybe,” which is Ryan’s… -Yeah. -…is your movie “Fever Pitch.” -Is that right? -Most people don’t know that. Yeah. -I didn’t know that you liked that. -That’s one of my favorite movies. -For real? -I watch it way too many times. Like, more than you probably think.I watch it maybe like twice a week. -No, you do not. -I’m not lying. I’m dead serious. Like, it puts me to — Like, not — It puts me to sleep but not in a bad way. -That’s why… -No, I like going to sleep off romance and broken curses. -Yeah. -Right. So, I’ve never been to Fenway before, so I decided me and the kids went to Fenway Park. -Isn’t it great? -Yo, it was so dope, man. -It’s the greatest. -It was so dope.The best food I ever had at a ballpark was at Fenway. -They just do everything great there. -I ate everything, Jimmy. -You did? -Whatever they was coming down the aisle with, cheeseburgers, peanuts, whatever they had. -Chowder! -Chowder! Crab legs! -Just take everything, yeah. -Mussels! Why they got mussels at a ballpark? -But you can smell the grass. -It was — Like, to see the Green Monster in person was, like, amazing.-I love that. -Not to be like, but I loved — It’s weird. I never told you this. That movie, I’m a fan — -No, I’m so psyched. -I love the movie “Fever Pitch,” man. Like, it’s a very beautiful movie to me. -Thank you. That was the Farrelly Brothers. Drew Barrymore was amazing. -It was a cool — Like — I don’t know if y’all seen — I mean, y’all probably seen — -We’ve been talking about “Fever Pitch” more than we’re talking about your movie.-I know, but it’s one of the most heartfelt things. It was the scene with Drew Barrymore, where y’all were supposed to go on your first date, and then she got sick, and she was throwing up, and you stay — I don’t even know what the character name. I call him Jimmy. -Yeah, yeah, yeah. -I mean, it is what it is. And you stayed, and she was throwing up, and you took care of her, you put her to bed. Like, it was the most nicest thing I’ve ever seen done. I was like, “Wow! This movie doesn’t get enough credit for just a good guy being a good dude.” -Come on! We’re talking all about my movie. Let’s talk about — That’s enough. So nice. -I want to talk about — -I’m talking about it like it’s not on DVD or you can’t just download it on YouTube. .