[ Laughter ] [ Chuckles ] Joe:
Sal, have a seat there, right next to your
George Foreman Grill. [ Laughter ] Oh, wow. We preheated the grill, bud.
It’s nice and hot. There’s literal steam piping
off of the George Foreman. Can you see it? [ Laughter ] I’m here for
the focus group. Hi. Tracy.
How can I help you? Sure.
And your name is? Max. Sorry.
You can have a seat. Do you want to just go ahead
and cook yourself up a burger? [ Laughter ] [ Grill sizzling ] [ Laughter ] [ Sizzling continues ] Murr:
It’s so loud. [ Laughs ] Sal, log on to your
ex-girlfriend’s Facebook page. [ Sighs ]
I got to kill so much time here. Time to check in on the
ex-girlfriend’s Facebook page. [ Laughter ] Huh. Joe:
“Ohh, my ex.” Murr: “Oh, here we go.
My ex.” [ Scoffs ]
My ex. “Look how she brags —
‘Another day, cancer-free!'” [ Laughter ] Brag, brag, brag.
That’s awesome. A year ago today,
she beat cancer. Now ’cause that’s all
she talks about. I mean,
it’s a big accomplishment. “Great at
beating cancer — terrible at basic
relationship consideration.” [ Laughter ] Joe: First,
move that burger. [ Laughter ] Great at
beating cancer — not so great at
basic relationship etiquette and consideration. [ Laughter ] She’s got a new guy. “Bald!”
Bald! “Oh, my bad —
he’s got cancer, too.” [ Laughter ] Oh, my bad — he’s got cancer, too. [ Laughter ] I’ve been grilling meats over
here for the past half-hour. [ Laughter ]