Welcome to the show. I’m Ellen and like many of you,
I am a baby boomer. We are the generation that grew
up drinking from garden hoses and drinking orange Tang and
drinking from our parent’s liquor cabinet. [LAUGH] Baby boomers were
born between 1946 and 1964. They call us that because
after the World War II, there was a boom of babies being born. People were like, we lived through
the war, let’s make whoopee. And-
>>[LAUGHING]>>For you millennials, making whoopee is like Netflix and chill.>>[LAUGHING] [APPLAUSE]
>>That’s what it is. [APPLAUSE]
But they were married.>>[LAUGH]
>>That’s the difference. [APPLAUSE] So, millennials were
born between 1982 and 2004. These are people who will
never know the joy of using the end of a pencil to dial the phone. Do you remember that?>>[LAUGH]
>>You would actually>>[APPLAUSE] We’re back. I have some news for baby boomers,
we are not the majority any more. A new census says that millennials
have over taken us, and I know this because a 20 year old staff
member read it to me form the internet. [APPLAUSE]
>>So, I want to play a little game. I am gonna test the knowledge between
baby boomers and millennials and see how well they know each other. Tracy Woods and Chantelle Miller,
where are you two? [APPLAUSE] All right, so I’m gonna ask you
questions about the other generation and we’ll see how well y’all know each other,
we’re gonna start with the baby boomer. What does, and don’t help, anybody,
because we want to see how much she knows. Okay.
>>What does yolo mean?>>Yolo.
[LAUGH]>>What do you think it means?>>It’s an icon on the text messaging. [LAUGH]
>>No, no.>>No.>>Okay, all right,
>>You only live once.>>Okay.
>>Yolo, yeah.>>I knew that.>>Yeah, I know you know it.>>Yeah [LAUGH]
>>You’re just getting started.>>That’s right.>>Yeah. What is your name?>>Shantel.>>And you are?>>Tracey.>>All right. So Shantel name all four Beatles. [LAUGH]
>>Actually, Paul McCartney.>>That’s one. [LAUGH]
>>I didn’t know that.>>Yeah.>>Boy, clearly I did.>>Yeah, you did. Two others.>>My gosh.>>No clue.>>No, Michael? No, not Michael Jackson. I don’t know. [INAUDIBLE] But
he did a song with Paul McCartney. He did Ebony and Ivory, remember that.>>I do remember that, no i dont. I dont think so.>>[LAUGH]
>>Alright, so there was Ringo. And then there was George Harrison.>>Okay, ill have to go.>>[LAUGH]
>>I’ll go look them up.>>[APPLAUSE]
>>Yeah, they were a good band.>>They were, they were.>>They wrote a lot of songs,
they were really really>>They were great.>>All right Tracey on tender what would
you do if you really, really, really, really like someone?>>If I really, really,
really like someone. Mm, I’d send them a great
picture of my face. [LAUGH] [SOUND] Sign it Tinder,
let me see.>>[LAUGH]
>>Do you know what Tinder is?>>Not really. [LAUGH]
>>[LAUGH]>>It’s a dating app. Okay.>>Okay!
>>What would she do if she really, really, really?>>Super like. Swipe up.>>Yeah.>>Okay.
>>You can only super like, but you can only do it once every 24 hours or
Okay.>>You can’t like too many people.>>[LAUGH]
>>All right. Who can turn on the world on with a smile?>>You can.
>>Yes I can. [APPLAUSE]
>>Come on everybody, sing it with me. [MUSIC]
Who can turn the world on with a smile?>>See, I know the song.>>Yeah, all right.>>[LAUGH]
>>Mary Tyler Moore. Mary Tyler Moore.>>Yes!
>>All right. What show had the character Aunt Bee? Andy? Andy? I’m high. [LAUGH]
>>No.>>Andy Griffith Show. Have you ever heard of that?>>Yeah. Yes.>>It’s hard to whistle. We were so patient. We would listen to a theme
song that was a whistle. That’s how. Yes. That’s how we work. All right.
And that’s all. But you know what,
you’re gonna win something. You have 55 inch TCL 4K Roku TV. [APPLAUSE]