Live! With Kelly

Friday, April 20th, 2018

Announcer: It's "live with kelly and ryan!" Today, from the highly anticipated "avengers: Infinity war," anthony mackie. And she's the voice of moana and one of the stars of "rise," auli'I cravalho.

Plus, we will have a performance from andy grammer. All next on "live"! And now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest!

[Cheers and applause]

Ryan: Good morning, hey! Good morning.

Kelly: What happened? Speak to someone was in here overnight moving the furniture again. It was our stuff.

Kelly: Happy friday. Did you say the freaking weekend?

Ryan: There's that song.

Kelly: Here's to the freaking weekend.

Ryan: I was singing the remix to recognition, hot and fresh out the kitchen. It's the freaking weekend. It's a song. It's a song we play every day. One of the hits.

Kelly: I don't know that one. Besides the fact that I'm very excited, sunday night not just for "american idol," also national jelly bean day. Sunday.

So what do I have here? Jelly beans.

Ryan: A bubblegum flavor.

Kelly: Here it is.

Ryan: Is like a science experiment.

Kelly: It is because we like to play a game here that you've never played before.

Ryan: This is my first celebration of jelly bean data with you. There's a first for everything.

Kelly: I don't want to put too much pressure on you but the last time we play this game with anderson cooper, he threw up. Take a jelly bean, it's called beanboozle.

If this is your turn to play. This is either a strawberry banana or it's a dead fish and you don't know until you bite into it.

Ryan: Is a dead fish. Thank you, michael. It's a dead fish. See what it could've been a live fish.

Ryan: Do they make dead fish flavored jelly beans? I want to try the juicy pair or booger. I'm betting that because that was a dead fish, this is going to be a juicy pair.

Gelman: Now you're going to get both.

Ryan: Is not a good combination, I'll tell you that.

Gelman: You have 50/50. I didn't get the rules. It's like I had a pear at the same time. Excuse me, america. That old trick from when you were a kid.

Mom, all done.

Kelly: Here's one that really got a seed. Buttered popcorn or rotten egg. Remember, he was very, very disgusted, so much fun.

Gelman: Doesn't he like this anyway?

Kelly: He will eat all jelly beans but never does he have rotten egg jelly beans and moldy cheese jelly beans.

Ryan: So I pick one and tell you if it's buttered popcorn or rotten egg.

Kelly: You want to rinse out your pallet with water?

Ryan: Your like my jelly bean sommelier.


That's what that is.

Kelly: One more.

Ryan: That's horrible.

Gelman: You're not having good luck.

Kelly: Is a peach or is it barf?

Ryan: If it's barf, we are going to have a problem because I had oatmeal.

Kelly: Isn't this fun? Watching you play this is my favorite thing ever. He's so nervous.


Ryan: That tastes like barf. That tastes like puke. I hate this game. How did I get every bad one? You tricked me.

Kelly: It was out here. Don't forget to tell ryan that it's a lot of fun.

Ryan: Will pass these out to you during the commercial break.

Kelly: Things for jelly belly for making her morning so fun.


I'm sorry.

Ryan: I would like a mint, that would be good.

Kelly: Is either mint or butt cheese.

Ryan: Happy jelly bean day on sunday. So I saw this article, and it was almost nostalgic for me because it reminded me of when I first moved to southern california from atlanta, my mother, I had to pick my parents the idea is my left college to go to L.A. And my fathers and lawyers had to create this case to pitch them.

Kelly: You argued your case case.

Ryan: She said you can go, but you have to find a roommate that somehow we know.

Kelly: That somehow we know know? Like a needle in a haystack.

Ryan: I didn't know anybody in L.A. But my dad was an army with another guy whose son was a teacher in L.A. And we became roommates.

Kelly: That sounds like a lot of fun. We do it was a blast. We split one bedroom, and he said we will split the furnitur furniture. There's this place called ikea.

Go to ikea and get a test of drawers and bring it back. I've never been to one, I went to the one in burbank and I go and I see the thing all set up in the aisle.

Kelly: Did you get the meatballs? You would've loved it. I'm derailing you.

Ryan: The box comes up on the conveyor belt totally flat because you have to put it together. So I brought it back, I ended up putting it together. But now, there is really great news for those who struggle with assembly.

Ikea is testing robots that put together your furniture for you so you don't have to do it yourself. Take a look at that.

Kelly: Do you have to buy and ikea robot?

Ryan: There just testing it now. But are you good with assembly or not?

Kelly: I am fine with assembly, I do always seem to have one extra leg.

Ryan: I'm not great at it. Because I put that together, it was funny because I had the roommate and I moved to another place that had two bedrooms with a roommate and then eventually my own place with no roommate.

I kept on making furniture forever.

Kelly: It's a miracle when you have no roommates in your like a look at me, I'm anew. If you say it out loud to nobody but your like I'm naked now in my own home.

Ryan: I just kept it because I put it together myself, so there's so much pride in that one piece of ikea furniture and you don't want to give it up.

Kelly: That's so funny because I think every time we move, I think things are going into storage. They show up -- will go visit his aunt and I'll be like we have the same kitchen set.

And she's like that's your kitchen set. And I say oh, okay. We were saving that in storage. It's so funny.

Ryan: I'm talking and my tongue that tastes like puke. Definitely. These adjustments.

Kelly: These are butt a flavored minced. Is it butt or is it meant? Who knows.

Ryan: I thought this was interesting. I know I know this but I can't remember. You shower and take a bath?

Kelly: I shower. I do take a bath but when I take a bath, then I shower after. I shower too much.

Ryan: That's of this. This is written for you. Experts say that we are showering too much. Did you know that? I didn't know that. If I do it once a day.

Kelly: I have had some kids over at my house that I would say shower too little.


Ryan: But here's the thing. If you are showering with soap and a scrubbing device like a washcloth or a loofah, you are undermining the integrity of your skins horny layer.

In that's what it is! I didn't know we had a horny layer of skin but as the outer region of the epidermis.

Kelly: You and I are talking about two different things.

Ryan: Yeah, I was talking about -- here. Have this. Have the oyster flavored jelly bean. You know what they say about it?

Kelly: I do, I shower too much. I know I shower too much. Don't need that, it could be puke. It could be coconut.

Ryan: We've had some crazy weather over the last couple of months. We keep talking about the fact that there are two seasons only, it's winter and then it'll be summer.

Out west, they've had a drought. You see the movies with the tumbleweed just blows. One just blows across the dirt road into the town. Look at what's happening out west because of the drought, people are waking up -- they go to bed, the wind blows, someone whistles in the town, and they wake up to this.

Tumbleweeds are everywhere out west right now and they're trapping people in their homes because of all of the dry weather.

Kelly: That is unbelievable unbelievable. That's a lot of tumbleweeds.

Ryan: Is just crazy weather all over the country.

Kelly: You're getting ready to go on vacation as I might. If we are always looking forward to our summer break. We get a little bit of a summer break before the kids in -- you don't have kids.

Ryan: When your kids start school, I get a break.

Kelly: They're making these phoneless vacations, vacations we are not allowed to check your phone.

Ryan: I agree.

Kelly: It's a company, a travel company called off the grid and they offer trips with itineraries, lodging, and this is a very important, daily breakfast included.

No phones allowed. And there are different beach resorts, this one is in mexico. I don't know. I just made up the pronunciatio pronunciation. I think that sounds amazing because I find so much of the time when I go on vacation whether it's with family or friends, if I'm having a dinner or lunch conversation, everybody is on their phone.

Staring at it, can't stand it. I don't like it.

I >> Ryan: You are amazing at responding even on vacation sometimes. I almost feel like I can't put my phone down because I don't want to not respond to you because you're so good at responding to me.

It must >> Kelly: I just respond to you because I'm codependent with you and I want to know that you're okay. And as long as you're okay, I'm okay. I tend to -- the one place I go repeatedly, I go there because they're such bad internet and cell service that I like the fact that none of her phones ever work.

And the fact that I respond to you, that you say quickly, is just accidental and I just happened to be in the grocery store where you get cell service where everybody congregates to check their instagram likes and all of that.

I tend to walk in and it's a message from you so I respond. I never know that you had just sent it.

Ryan: I track you, so I know when you're going to be at the grocery store so I can see on the gps map. If she's at the store, go, quick. I think that's a great idea, I like that.

We have something special, "live" beauty week and it kicks off on monday.

Kelly: It sure does. And listen today. We are starting "beauty week" with a doctor I know and love, he is going to teach us everything we need to know about botox.

You could've just asked me, gelman, but dr. Robert anolik, my very own botox doctor is here. My guy.

Ryan: Impossible that you have had botox.

Kelly: It is not just possible, it is probable.

Ryan: This guy is good. On tuesday, have you tried micro needling? We are going to try it.

Kelly: I've heard is very painful. Items and people that have done it and they say it's worse than labor.

Gelman: What we are going to do it on air.

Kelly: Having said that, depending on what it does, sign me up because I've been through labor.

Gelman: Tightens and takes away wrinkles.

Ryan: You should try it so when they all do it.

Kelly: What is it going to tighten?

Gelman: Whatever needs tightening.

Kelly: Whatever we put it on? Okay. Does it have to be your face?

Gelman: I don't know, we will find out. That's all happening next week.

Kelly: Wednesday.

Ryan: It gets really good.

Kelly: Wednesday is good because I happen to know, I believe there was a battle to the death to decide who got to do this, but on wednesday, we are going to see how cool sculpting works.

You know what cool sculpting is? Allegedly, it's a machine, and I don't know anything about this except that I've heard about it. They freeze your fat -- do they suck at it and freeze it?

Gelman: It doesn't break the skin.

Kelly: They freeze your fat and then you pee it out. Doesn't that sound like a miracle?

Ryan: We are doing that on the show? You didn't tell me that last year when I signed on. On thursday, we are going to learn how to age beautifully with some easy changes that we can all make.

Kelly: Thursday, we are going to ignore all the stuff that we just did. And then on friday, the eyebrow doctor is here to show us how micro blading works.

I love micro blading. I've done micro bleeding, it's great. It really is. If you are a product of the late 80s, early 90s and you tweeze all of your eyebrows and you're like these are never going back, this is temporary tattoo.

It's temporary. So you have to maintain it once a year. I have done it and people, makeup artists are like you did not, those are hairs, I'm looking at them.

It's that real.

I >> Ryan: I told you I was going to get a tattoo and this is the way I'm going to do it. On today's show, from the new film "avengers: Infinity war," anthony mackie is here.

Kelly: And the star of "rise," auli'I cravalho is here.

Ryan: Plus, performance coming up from andy grammer. Now, it's time for "dance party travel trivia!" Here we go.

[Cheers and applause]

♪ Sing it, madonna.

Kelly: We are dating. In my mind, we are. Because I love her.

Ryan: So marina from new york city right here.

>> Originally a jersey girl.

Kelly: Oh, my gosh, . We are the same person!

Ryan: Let's call and netta from pittsburgh. Let's give her a nice trip to paradise. I've gotten every bad went on here. Chocolate pudding or canned dog food?

Kelly: That can't be too bad. How that is lawn clippings?

Ryan: Unclear. I think I got lime.

Kelly: You deserve it.

Ryan: I'm going to savor it. Annette is not answering. Big fan.

Kelly: Hello?

Caller: Can I help you?

Kelly: This is kelly ripa and ryan seacrest, we are calling you live on the air.

Caller: How are you?

Kelly: Great, how are you?

Caller: I'm actually at the hospital, my mother had a stroke.

Ryan: Oh, my god, .

Caller: She's doing well. She's going to have surgery today. She's good, she's really good.

Ryan: She's got good people taking care of her right now?

Caller: Excellent care, and we came down early, had to wait for her to go into surgery. I'm sorry.

Kelly: We are sorry. Are you with her right now?

Caller: I was. I just left the room because she's in intensive care. And I didn't get to watch the shows this week. I watched a couple but just a little bit.

Kelly: Would you like to play the trivia game with us or would you prefer to not because obviously your mother's health is the most important thing.

Caller: No, she's good.

Kelly: We are going to play and we are going to win one for mom.

[Cheers and applause]

Ryan: All right. Thinking positive thoughts, good luck.

Kelly: You are applying for the galley bay resort and spa and antique appeared in seven days and six nights in a deluxe beachfront room. It's all inclusive.

That means it includes all. This trip is provided in part by priceline, valued at $9300. You have 20 seconds and only one guess. Good luck.

Caller: Thank you.

Ryan: So earlier this week, what song did I say is my go-to karaoke song?

Caller: I don't know. Last dance?

Ryan: It's not last dance, it's bust a move sorry about that.

Caller: That's okay.

Kelly: You're still going to receive a great prize. If you and a lucky member of our studio audience will each receive a $500 appliance package from cuisinart.

So please pick a number between between 1 and 235.

Caller: 85.

Kelly: 85.

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Ryan: Annette? It sounds like you said things are going well.

Caller: Mom is going into surgery between 12:00 and 2:00. To send her your thoughts and prayers.

Ryan: We are all going to do that.

Kelly: We will keep in touch with you, keep us posted on everything when your mom is out of the hospital, maybe you would like to come to our show and be our guest and we will take care of everything.

Caller: Thank you, thank you very much.

Ryan: God bless you.

Kelly: Stay on the line.

Ryan: We'll be right back with anthony mackie, stay with us.

Announcer: Still ahead on "live," from the series "rise," auli'I cravalho. And andy grammer and a performance coming up next, anthony mackie.

[Cheers and applause]

Ryan: He is back, he is flying high, he has falcon in the immensely highly anticipated "avengers: Infinity war." Please welcome the amazing anthony mackie.

[Cheers and applause]

Anthony: What's up, what's up? Nice jacket, that's nice. How are you doing? How's it going? How's everything?

Kelly: Welcome.

Ryan: Come on in, falcon.

Anthony: What's up, how are you all doing? You can't move this, you can't raise this? There we go.

Kelly: You were born and raised in new orleans, you live there currently.

Anthony: Is slow your roll.

Ryan: She knows it well.

Anthony: Best city in the world. It's the only city where you can pay $250 and have a parade, have a band parade you around just for being there. For no reason.

Ryan: You are one of a lot of kids. Six kids. That's a lot.

Anthony: You broke the mold. In 1 of 6.

Kelly: Where are you in the chain of command?

Anthony: I'm the youngest.

Kelly: I just read the study, it's very interesting. They say that parents love -- the parents have a favorite, the youngest. The grandparents have a favorite, the eldest.

Anthony: Interesting. I would agree with that because they've known him longer. When I came around, meg grandparents because I was so old they didn't want to put up with me.

Kelly: Didn't want to get too attached.

Anthony: You never know if I'm coming or going.

Ryan: You have multiple kids. Is that study accurate?

Kelly: I told you, at this stage of the game, we only have least favorites.

Ryan: You are an adventurous guy. We are told you bungee jump, you skydive, you swim with sharks.

Kelly: What's wrong with you? Why?

Anthony: I just like a good time. If it's not going to kill me, I'll do it once.

Ryan: A shark could kill you, all of those things.

Anthony: I've learned tactics to get out of that. Like swimming with sharks, I was watching the discovery channel because that's what I do and I figured out if you poke a shark in the eye, he will go away.

So when he is coming at me, I do us with move, poke in the eye and he goes away. I figured it out.

Ryan: All right.

Kelly: That's fair.

Ryan: What is your tactic if your parachute doesn't open?

Anthony: So I figured this out. When you're skydiving, if you open and then pushed back, you go full vertical. So instead of going down. It works. Trust me.

That's why it's in the movie, I figured this out. So if you go in like that right before you hit the ground, if you just tuck and roll, you will roll and by the time you stop rolling, you'll be there.

Kelly: I don't think that works. I think the shark plan is a better plan. I like your survival rates better with that one.

Anthony: You're doing that, you know what I'm saying?

Kelly: That's really fast though, what if you go into a house?

Ryan: We will be right back with anthony, stay with us.

Announcer: Still ahead on "live," from the series "rise," auli'I cravalho.

Anthony: Don't do it to yourself. That's what I'm saying. We come back and your like. Don't do it.

Kelly: I didn't know that your film debut as an 8-mile?

Anthony: That was my first movie.

Kelly: So did you become friends with eminem?

Anthony: I'm still friends with eminem.

Kelly: So he called you on the phone, tell me what happened. What he say?

Anthony: He said what's up? I said what up? Chilling.

Ryan: And then what?

Anthony: House detroit? He said cool. Might come up for a baseball game. We catch up on everything.

Ryan: That's how we talk to gelman.

Kelly: Exactly. He's always complaining about how cold it is here.

Anthony: It's so cold.

Ryan: You have real rap skills.

Anthony: I can do that.

Kelly: We are going to rap battle next week. Any pointers for us?

Ryan: This is going to be good.

Kelly: We are amazing rappers.

Anthony: The most important thing with freestyle as you have to think of your second thought. So the first has to be to something. It's always thinking ahead of where you are.

So I like your shoes to go with your blue dress. There you go. See?

Ryan: You're going to do this. You're always two steps ahead, you'll be a great rapper.

Kelly: The problem is, I never have the first thought. I just have the third and the fourth. So we are going to talk about this, we have to take a commercial break but talk to you about an accident on set.

We are going to talk about "avengers: Infinity war" amount onset accident.

Announcer: Monday on "live" from the serakofriverdale, mark

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Anthony: I have a very good stuntman. A very good stuntman. If any of you all want to be a 5'11" brother for a day, you can hire my stuntman and he will do all that stuff for you.

Aaron tony, he's the man. All I did was walk onset and do that.

Kelly: Did you run your theory?

Anthony: That's how I came up with a theory. Coming in one day, hot and heavy. Coming into the ground, it was like my face in the dirt. So I get up, they cleaned me off and I do it again and I see my face coming in, I took, and I roll.

Ryan: Was at your first time flying?

Anthony: That was my first time landing. My first time flying, they put me on this crate. They put me in this shop for winter soldier. I did grab them, invert, come back out.

In order to shoot that, they do a blue screen, take the construction crane and put it five stories in the air, and here's what we are going to do. If what you in a harness, going to pull you up for stories, do a back flip and we are going to drop you and stop you right above the camera.

So I say what's the worst that can happen?

Kelly: I can think of 85,000 things that can happen.

Anthony: So I go up and I'm getting nervous and I'm like calm down. If I flip around and literally as soon as I could upside down, they let me go. And I'm like...

They stop me 5 feet over the camera and I go...

Kelly: You threw up?

Anthony: All over the camera.

Kelly: You know what it? Good. I'm on your side.

Anthony: That's why I've got aaron tony.

Ryan: Check out the action, "avengers: Infinity war" in theaters and imax april 27th. Anthony mackie.

Kelly: Is coming up next, auli'I cravalho is here. Stick around.

Announcer: Tuesday on life, a performance by sting and shaggy.

Announcer: Next live, "the handmaid's tale" is back.

Kelly: Let the binge watching begin.

>> Do you understand me?

Ryan: I understand you kind of terrifies me.

Announcer: And mark consuelos.

Ryan: You know her as the voice of "moana" from the disney megahit and now the talented high school teen on the nbc series "rise," please welcome auli'I cravalho.

Auli'I: I love your hair. If you're so pretty. Oh, my god, hi! Nice to meet you! I like your hat.

Kelly: You look so lovely. You're still only 17 years old, my gosh. Are you graduating, have you graduated, where are you?

Auli'I: I am finishing up high school while working on the tv show. So I have a ton of stuff I have to do but finishing it up.

Ryan: Your grades all right all right?

Auli'I: Yes.

Kelly: All I have to say is I don't think people really understand how hard set kids work because they have to do everything. They have to know all of that material, their minds, their blocking, all of that and do a full school workload on top of that.

So it's very challenging. I wonder if you're used to it by now though.

Auli'I: Not really. With "moana," I was working through voice acting but now you get into the headspace of my character and you have to get out of it as well.

And go straight into microbiology or whatever it is. You have to truly switch.

Ryan: How have your friends or your people that you went to school with after "moana," how have they changed or not?

Auli'I: My name is melania, also they call me that. It is a riot. So I still have the same wonderful group of friends, they are really sweet. I get to connect and be a teenager again.

Kelly: You have such a beautiful voice. Did you inherit that? Is it in your family?

Ryan: Anybody?

Auli'I: I do come from a musical family. My dad side is puerto rican and 4 degrees, and on the other side, we have wonderful hawaiian voices. My mom loves to sing.

And we different ideals of singing. She doesn't think it's a very to stay on pitch and that is so her vibe.

Kelly: That's all the moms. What does pitch mean? Why is that important?

Auli'I: I think it is good but who am I to argue with my mother?

Ryan: Kelly has a case of rolling pitch when she performs as well. We are going to take a quick break. We'll be right back to talk more with auli'I cravalho.

Announcer: Monday on "live," actor billy crudup.

>> We have each other's back.

>>♪ Mama, the angels ♪

♪ No sleep in heaven or bethlehem♪

[Cheers and applause]

"Live" this is going to be so amazing.

Kelly: When I watch the clip, he reminds me of when your mom saying.

Auli'I: Thank you.

Ryan: It's called "rise," so much buzz about this show. Why is it special to you, why did you want to do this?

Auli'I: I remember sitting down and reading a script and being so taken with how real it was in each of the characters lives, not something that's perfect, none of them come from perfect family lives in for my own character, growing up in a single-parent household and I completely related to that.

It's really about rising from your circumstances whatever it may be. It's also wonderful emphasis on the arts and I think that's so important. Never has there been a better time for the arts and never been a better time to be a theater geek and it's important for young women and especially young men to know that it's perfectly fine to show vulnerability on stage and another that's actually a strength.

Kelly: Did they write your character for you because it seemed so perfect for you.

Auli'I: Thank you, they didn't. I've been really lucky with my roles, with "moana" I was able to play a young polynesian heroin, absolutely adore her and I grew up with her from 15, got cast when I was 14.

Now I get to play a teenager going through hardship.

Ryan: You are so talented but impressive in person. Where does this poise and this wisdom, where does it come from, good parenting?

Auli'I: Definitely, parenting. The mothers.

Ryan: Trace it back to good moms. That's what it is. He did a good job. We want ryan is giving me credit for you.

Auli'I: It's all of the mothers.

Ryan: You've got to check it out tuesdays, 9:00 P.M. On nbc. We'll be right back.

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Ryan: Monday, billy crudup is here.

Kelly: And yvonne strahovski.

Ryan: Plus mark consuelos and everything you want to know about botox, join us on monday. Andy grammer, he started his career as a street performer out on the west coast in los angeles, since then, go not to be a chart topping artist.

Here he is with good parts.

♪ I'm sorry if I seem impatien impatient ♪

♪ I'm not a fan of subtleties ♪

♪ I get bored with the weather and what's in the news ♪

♪ The topics we all hide beneat beneath, could not care less about your day job ♪

♪ The gossip or ordinary stress ♪

♪ See, every relationship I've ever loved ♪

♪ It starts when someone says ♪

♪ Show me where it hurts and give me something real ♪

♪ And lead me to the part of you that never really heals ♪

♪ And say the words that burn when they leave your mouth ♪

♪ Tell me your story, but don't leave the good parts out ♪

♪ And tell me all about your failures ♪

♪ The little things that make you cry ♪

♪ And tell me the acts that you preach but cannot seem to practice ♪

♪ That leave you compromised ♪

♪ Show me where it hurts and give me something real ♪

♪ And lead me to the part of you that never really heals ♪

♪ And say the words that burn when they leave your mouth ♪

♪ Tell me your story, but don't leave the good parts out ♪

♪ I've seen your trophies, your highlight reels ♪

♪ You know I would love you still if you lost it all ♪

♪ And I love the castle that you have built ♪

♪ But I am asking still to let down the walls ♪

♪ Show me where it hurts and give me something real ♪

♪ And lead me to the part of you that never really heals ♪

♪ And say the words that burn when they leave your mouth ♪

♪ Tell me your story ♪

♪ Show me where it hurts, yeah ♪

♪ Oh, to the part of you that never really heals ♪

♪ And show me where it hurts ♪

♪ Tell me your story ♪

♪ But don't leave the good parts out ♪

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Announcer: Here she is now, ellen DeGENERES!

[Cheers and applause]

Ellen: Hi! Hi! Thank you so much!

[Cheers and applause]

Thank you so much! I appreciate it! Thank you so much, that is so nice of you. Have a seat, everybody. Thank you for being here. I feel the same way about you.

Happy earth day. Any earthlings in the hizzy? I love earth, it is one of my favorite planets. We need to take better care of it, everybody okay? I don't know why, but for some reason we only get one day to celebrate earth, did you know that april is stress awareness month.

So that gets an entire month. I will tell you what is stressful, not having a

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