[ Cheers and applause ] “Bring the Funny”! -Oh!
-Yes! Look at you beautiful people Am I looking at you?
My eyeballs aren’t real. [ Laughter ]
No idea what’s happening. I’m from Australia, and in case you’re wondering
yes, we all look like this [ Laughter ] But I’m so excited
to be here in America. I love it here! You guys are awesome. I love my sports. You guys love your sports.
-Oh, man. -You know
my favorite spectator sport? Line rage. You know how in the supermarket,
you can boop your own stuff? Yeah?
[ Laughter ] That’s line rage in action
right there. Yeah. I just love watching
impatient people standing in line
losing their minds. [ Laughter ] ‘Cause we got so sick
of watching other people slowly scanning our goods,
we’re like, “Gimme that! Let me do it!”
Boop, boop, boop! That’s how you do it.
Boop, boop, boop, boop! Not getting old here.
Check this out. [ Booping quickly ] [ Laughter ] Wait! [ Booping quickly ] Right, so I’m standing here,
right? I’m in the line. There’s a man standing
in front of me with impatient veins of fury
popping out of his neck, just, “Hmmmmm!” There’s — There’s like
six self-checkout machines Two of them are broken
because two of them are always broken
for some reason. [ Laughter ]
The four people using the remaining
self-checkout machines had never done it before. How does that even happen? We’ve had them for years. I was giggling like an idiot the guy in front of me
was having a stroke, while simultaneously, four people all just
stood there going… [ Laughter ] Boop — ooh! Boop — [ Laughs ] And the guy in front of me
just lost it. He was like, “Aw, come on! This is ridiculous!” Turning around to me
to try to absorb me into his bubble of hatred. “Can you believe this?”
[ Laughter ] Like it’s the greatest injustice
he’d ever encountered. It’s a supermarket queue, buddy,
relax. [ Laughter ] You guys have been great.
Thank you very much. Good night. Thank you! ♪♪♪♪