Joe: Who’s gonna house-sit
for a guy that looks homeless? -This is my place.
-Oh, it’s lovely. This is what I need someone
to look after for me. Okay. Here’s the kitchen. Let’s check out
the bedroom. Let me show you
the bedroom. [ Animals howling ] Oh, these are… Your little pets? Murr: Go ahead, Q.
Show her your friends. You know,
we got the fox. Those are a lot of baby ducks right there. “Are you okay with petting dead things?” Um… how do you feel about
petting dead things? Is that gonna be
a problem? [ Laughing ]
Do I have to? Do you have to?
I sure hope not. Yeah, she does. But, of course,
you do, yes. At least once a day, I’m gonna
need you to pet my armadillo. [ Laughter ] So, all right, we’ll just ask
a couple of questions. It’ll be great.
Have a seat. “Don’t touch the closet,
even if you hear scratching.” Oh, no, no, no. I mean, I got a huge closet. If you hear scratching, don’t open it. It’s only because sometimes I get mice in here. “And I haven’t taxidermied them all yet.” And I haven’t taxidermied them all yet. [ Laughter ] “Anyway, so, you want to house-sit?” Anyway, do you think you’d want
to just house-sit for me? No. No, thank you. No? [ Laughter ] Yes! Let’s see if you can convince
this guy to house-sit for you. Sal: Just need someone
to watch the place. I’ve done it
a few times before. “I’m very particular
about how clean I am.” The only thing about me
is that I’m very clean. Take some spray disinfectant
from the counter there. Start spraying it
everywhere like the germaphobe
you are, buddy. The thing is that I grew up
with a bad immune system, so it’s, like, a couple minor
precautionary measures on my part… Murr: Keep spraying. Q: Keep spraying, never stop
spraying, keep spraying. This one spot’s
killing me. [ Laughter ] Go pay the bedroom
a visit. Oh, I can’t wait
till Sal sees this. The bathroom’s here,
and then the — [ Laughter ] -There’s a baby!
-There’s a baby. That’s a baby. [ Lullaby plays ] I keep the baby
in this room. Baby is well-behaved.
It’s a well-behaved baby. [ Laughter ] Very low-maintenance. Every couple of days, I just
give him a little more milk. He’s good.
Let’s go. [ Laughter ] Have a seat. I’m telling you,
he’s low-maintenance. Sal, go over and put the mask and gloves on. Give me one second. Just want to put this on. You can never be too safe, especially if we’re talking face to face here. So, do you think that you
might be able to house-sit? Would you want to house-sit?
-No way. No way. Sure, I can take care
of a baby. Cool. Yes? Yes.