I went and watched the New York City Marathon. It goes right by my apartment in Brooklyn, and I went with a group of friends. And all my friends are cheering for the runners; they're like, 'Whoo! Good job! Way to go! Keep it up, you're lookin' good! Great job!' I was like, 'You don't have to do that! That's unnecessary! You know what? I've got a bike, you can take it. Better yet, come inside -- I've got air conditioning; my roommate made some guacamole, it's awesome; we rented "Meatballs."'