Kid Insect Expert Shares His Love of Bugs with Sean Hayes

Kid Insect Expert Shares His Love of Bugs with Sean Hayes


Oh, my gosh. Look at the outfit. That’s so cool. Did you pick this out yourself? No my mom did. She’s my celebrity dresser. Oh, that’s so sweet. That’s so sweet. Look it, it’s so cool. I love these little
yellow socks. Thank you. And what are on the socks? They are– let’s see, lady
bugs and [INAUDIBLE] beetles. They’re bugs, yeah. So how in the world did
you get excited about bugs? Actually, I like all life,
cause I think bugs are first. And then sea animals are second. And then land animals are third. And then like organism kind
of animals are in fourth. Sure, similar–
similar to my list. [LAUGHTER] And most people
are really, really, really scared about bugs. So why don’t they gross you out? Well, because they have eyes
and mouth like human, right? Yeah. We have eyes and mouth. Yeah. So you’re saying
well, I’m disgusting, and you’re saying the bugs are
disgusting at the same time. Yes, so I should be
disgusted with myself if I’m going to be
disgusted about bugs. Yeah, because if you’re
like I’m beautiful today– oh, that looks disgusting. You’re just basically saying
the total opposite thing you just said to your body. Right. That’s so true. I should really
think about that. That’s interesting. So today, you’re going to
teach me about bugs, right? Yes. OK, should we go over to the
table, so we can talk about it? Yes. OK, let’s do it. OK. Time to talk about bugs. [APPLAUSE] Come on over. OK. OK, good. I go the stool. Oh, my gosh. OK, well, here, we’re
going to start here. Tell us about this bug first. The Annam walking stick. Look at this thing. I’ll be here all night, people. So this is an Annam
walking stick. Yeah. A live bug. yep. You see everyone. That certainly is alive. Yeah, it’s alive. And what else do you
know about this bug? That when it loses a
limb, it grows it back. And also, it doesn’t
need a male to mate. Actually, it actually
needs itself. And then– Wouldn’t that be a treat. –they’ll all be girls. So it doesn’t need a mate. No. You hear that, Scotty? That’s my husband, Scotty. It might need to,
but it mainly– that’s only if he doesn’t
find one, that’s [INAUDIBLE] OK, OK, well, let’s
put that guy back, because I want to see the next– I want to see the next bug. Here you go, Jay. Oh. Thank you. Large and in charge over here. [LAUGHTER] What’s this– what’s
the next bug called? What is this called? This is called a tail– tailless whip scorpion. It’s a tailless whip scorpion. Yeah. It’s not a scorpion or a spider. [INAUDIBLE] Oh, my god, look at that thing. It’s not a scorpion or a spider. It can bite you. So– OK. It’s only a little bit scary,
would you like to try it? No, no, I would not
like to try that. [LAUGHTER] That’s OK. It’s OK, it doesn’t kill you. It’s not a serial killer. We’ll put it there. You can put it there. No, no, on my arm. On my arm, yeah, OK. It’s not going to kill you. OK. Oh, my God. OK, that’s good,
plenty time with that. That’s good. [LAUGHTER] That’s amazing. That was fun for you. [LAUGHTER] OK, let’s go to
the last one here. What is this one? Oh, that one. This will be more for
you run away from. Oh, yeah, this– Rose hair tarantula. So tell us, what’s it called? It’s a rose hair tarantula. A rose hair tarantula. It’s scarier than it looks. It’s scarier than it looks. My head shot– Rose hair tarantula. Oh, my gosh, look at that. And now tell us about this. It gets it’s name from, it was
kinda rose hair kind of color. And does it bite and all that? Yes, except it scares
predators with it’s red thing. And also, they have
blue blood like humans. They have blue
blood, like humans? Yes. And it actually has five eyes. You can seen them
staring at you. So it’s staring. It wants to play
a staring contest. OK, well, it won. It won that. [LAUGHTER] Yeah. Are you sure scared of
these things at all? Are there any bugs, or animals,
or anything you’re scared of? Not really, if I
can think of, no. No, you just you just love it. And you love getting down there. So do you have like a
collection at home or anything, like is your bedroom
filled with bugs? It is filled with [INAUDIBLE]
which is [INAUDIBLE] What is that? And speaking of acting. Yes. I know you acted in TV. I know you acted
in Cat in the Hat. And I know you acted in– Cat in the Hat, yeah. And Monsters
University as Terri. And Monsters University,
that’s right. Thank you. Thank you. That’s so sweet of you. Garrett, I hear you’re
pretty popular in school with the ladies, is that true? Yes, I’m really cute and smart. OK, and confident. Yes. Yeah, tell us about this
last little guy in here. Emperor scorpion. Emperor scorpion. Make you want run
for your money. Run for my money? Yeah, because this guy. OK. He might look scary. Yeah, and that’s
a real scorpion? Yes, so– OK. Can it actually sting me? Is it poisonous? yeah Oh, that’s funny, yeah. [LAUGHTER] That’s a good time. Well, that’s incredible. I love– you know
I love you now. I love these bugs, not really. But since you love
bugs so much, we wanted to make sure
you had everything you need to keep
learning about them, OK? So I got you a little gift. What? You want to see it? Yes. Here it comes. Oh, my gosh, look at this. It’s a bunch of bug stuff. You want to put that guy back? Yeah. Look at this stuff. Look at this stuff. Isn’t that cool? [CHEERING] I want to thank Adam DeVine,
Lewis Capaldi, and Ellen, for letting me host. Thank you. As she says, be
kind to one another. Bye, guys. Hi, I’m Andy. Ellen asked me to remind you
to subscribe to her channel so you can see more
awesome videos, like videos of me getting scared or
saying embarrassing things, like ball peen hammer. And also some videos of
Ellen and other celebrities, if you’re into
that sort of thing. [BLEEP] God! [BLEEP]