-Thank you so much for being
here to both of you. We’re so excited. So fitting for
our Valentine’s Day episode. We have a real-life
married couple. I love it so much.
[ Cheers and applause ] So, let’s just
dive right in here. It’s Valentine’s Day.
We’re talking romance. What are some of the romantic
things you do for each other as a married couple? -I don’t know. I mean…
[ Sighs ] We have a problem — like, you
were talking about flowers. Natasha’s really, like,
hyped on flowers. -All women love flowers. -Yeah, but it’s like bringing
a corpse home. That’s how it feels to me. It’s like I’m just bringing
a thing home so that it can
immediately begin to die. You know what I mean? I want to bring you
something permanent, like a statue or a work of art
or an Xbox One. Something that you would love. -Yeah, something
that she would love, for sure. -So now he just splits the
difference and gets me nothing. [ Laughter ] -Happy Valentine’s Day.
-Aww! Well, here’s a question. Before you were married, when
you were both single and dating, were romantic gestures
a big part of your dating life? -I mean, I have
broken up with men because of their
romantic gestures. I’ve had two
different boyfriends take me to Disneyland. -Wait, wait, I don’t get it. -I mean, I just didn’t
want to go there. [ Laughter ]
-So you broke up with them? -Two different people
I’ve had to break up with. Actors and improvise–
A lot of people love Disneyland. Do you like Disneyland?
-It’s okay. -A lot of people think
it’s, like, a very romantic place
to take an adult woman. -Would you describe
Disney as romantic? -No.
-No, right? -Well, it depends.
You know that cup ride, if you get freaky enough,
it can be romantic. [ Laughter ]
-Okay. Fair. Fair. Speaking of freaky, Moshe, I’m
told that you learned about sex at a very early age
and that is because — I’m going to read this
right off the card just to make sure
I get it right. Your mother would take you
to a sex shop to learn about
the birds and the bees. I need to know
everything about this. [ Laughter ] -Okay, hold on. First of all,
the audience got real weird. Like, who among us
has not been taken on a porn shopping field trip
with their mother? -[ Laughs ] -Oh, okay, I guess literally
all of you. The thing about my mom, my mom
was like a hippie, kind of like, you know, crunchy granola lady. And when she found out — like,
when I hit puberty, she was real afraid that I was gonna
get into porn because she thought it was
objectifying towards women, which, you know,
now we don’t think that. We think it can be empowering, if it’s, like, feminist porn
or something like that. And I — Well, no. You never heard of
feminist porn? -It’s a thing.
-It’s definitely a thing. I try to do it.
I try to — when I watch, I’ll whisper in the computer
screen, “You go, girl.” I’ll do that to, like —
[ Laughter ] Like, I want to
lift every voice, but my mom brought me to,
like, a feminist vibrator shop to buy me, like, text-based
erotica, which like — I mean, when you’re that young,
you’re so horny, you’re like, “You know what?
I’ll let my mom buy the porn. I’ll let her do it.”
But the problem was, she was also doing
some shopping for herself. -No.
-100%, yeah. No, so I had to watch as she’s
slapping on accoutrement for her hitachi — Do you know what a hitachi magic
wand vibrator is? -I don’t. -Well, I do because I used to
hear it in my house growing up. So that’s the reality
I lived with. -Wow. -Happy Valentine’s Day,
by the way. -My Indian upbringing cannot
relate at all right now. Did you learn about sex
in a similar way? -Well, I’m from the Midwest
and basically, when I turned 16, I would just sneak out of
my window and give blow[bleep] I mean, I was just very —
I mean, to like, you know, a select group of
boyfriends or whatever. -Of course, of course.
Group of boyfriends. -Yeah, there would be,
like, a line of boys in the front yard just waiting. -But my mom was very strict. So she was always like,
“You can’t wear tight clothes.” So I would, like, hide my tight
clothes, like, outside, like, under the snow
or whatever and then I’d go — -Under the snow?
-If it was snowing or cold, I don’t know,
I would just hide it behind the radiator outside
and then I would do a quick change when my friends
would come to pick me up. -And we like to, sometimes
now in our relationship, we’ll, like, re-create — we like to do, like,
roleplaying a little bit. So I’ll make her hide like a
kind of naughty outfit outside, and then she comes in from
the cold and I play her mom, so I’m crying in the kitchen.
[ Laughter ] -You two have couple goals,
straight up. You’re so weird.
I love it so much.