A Game of ‘What’s in the Box?’ Brings 12 Days Cheer

A Game of ‘What’s in the Box?’ Brings 12 Days Cheer

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Happy Tuesday everybody. It is almost– oh. It’s almost the end of 2019. Six more weeks, and we
will be wearing party hats and blowing on noisemakers
and drinking champagne. New Year’s Eve is a
good excuse to do stuff that I do every Tuesday. I don’t care. I just make up an occasion. Like, today I’m going
to do something I enjoy. It’s time to play,
What’s In The Box. What’s In The Box. [CHEERS] Hi, Ellen. Oh my God. Hi. Hi. Oh my God. What’s up? Well, you just shot up. So I was like– so yeah. Hi. Hi. What’s your name? My name’s Christine. OK, Christine. Hi. Hi. OK. I know. Where do you live? And what do you do? I live in San Diego, California. I’m a registered nurse. Oh, good for you. Thank you. All right, look who
it is over there. That’s Stanley. Hi. And that’s Manley. She’s beautiful. Isn’t she beautiful? So there’s three boxes there. And my choice to you is
it’s in one of those. So you just choose what
Stanley has behind box 1 or what Manley has
behind box 2 or 3. What are you feeling? I’m feeling 2 because
I have two kids. So 2. Let’s see. Oh, it’s an old rotary phone. I know how to use that. You do? You know how to pick it up? I do. Yeah, there must be something
besides that old rotary phone back there. What is it? Oh, it’s an iPhone 11. [CHEERS] Thank you. Thank you so much. Oh my God. Thank you. Hi. Hi, who are you? I’m Nancy. Hi, Nancy. Where do you live
and what do you do? Belleflower, California,
and I’m In-N-Out manager. You’re very excited that
you’re an In-N-Out manager. Stanley and Manley, hi,
they’re still there. So you have box 1,
box 2, or box 3. What do you feel? Yeah, do that. [HARP SOUNDS] Yeah, one more. [HARP SOUNDS] 3, 3, 3. I’m going to go box number 3. Just because she did that? Yes. I need that. That’s my smoothie. I had half of it for lunch. I was wondering
where I put that. That’s my smoothie. Save that. What else is out there for her? Because I need to
have that back. It’s a $1,000 Visa card. Oh my God. Oh my God. Hi. Hi. No, that’s not yours. Hi. Hi. What’s your name? My name’s Tara. Hi, Tara. Where do you live? What do you do? I live in Bellflower,
California. And I’m a facility revenue
manager at the VA Long Beach hospital. All right. I have a purse right here. And there’s no boxes. So it’s a choice between, do
you want what’s in my purse or what’s in my pants. What’s in your pants. Yeah? Yeah. That’s what they usually say. Let’s see what it is. Oh, it’s a $1,500
Target gift card. And you get that. OK. Oh, boy. [CHEERS] Hi. Hi, how are you? I’m so good. Good. I left you– whoever
has my purse, there’s some stuff
in it for you. There’s stuff in the purse. Yeah, some underwear. Those are great. Those are great. They are good underwear. Her husband loves them. They are the best
underwear made. Yes, they’re so great. I know. I agree. All right, what is your name? Monique. Monique. What’s your husband’s name? Drake. Drake. Yes. The Drake? Is she married to– not that Drake? No. No. Where do you live? What do you do? I’m from San Diego. [CHEERS] And I’m a stylist
for Stitch Fix. OK. Yes. Yes. It’s no In-N-Out manager. No, no, no. People barely clapped for that. I know. I know. Support for Stitch Fix. Come on. All Right. Oh, look, we have
the three card Ellen. What’s your name, Margarita? Is your name Margarita? OK, that’s Margarita. All right, so
we’re going to see. We’re going to
switch things around. First, we’ll see what’s
behind the first one. $2,000. [CHEERS] A 6 day stay in Mexico. Yes. [CHEERS] Three. Are you sure? Yes. All right, have a seat. Y’all are acting
like she won already. Also she just went,
I’ll pick number 3. That’s not how it works. No, no. We’re going to turn
them over, and they’re going to switch them around. And then whichever one you
pick is the one you get. Oh. I’m going to do number 2. You’re going to do number 2. Yes. All right. Yes. And if it’s not what
this audience wants– I’ll give you a head
start– you can leave. We’ll hold everybody back. Let’s see what you
got, what your gift is. You’re going to Mexico! Still so good. Congratulations! Thank you so much. Hi, come here. I picked you because
you looked like you don’t want to get picked. Yeah. It’s a lot of pressure. Yeah, a little bit. Yeah, what’s your name? I’m Sharon. Hi, Sharon. Where do you live? What do you do? I’m from Switzerland. Oh, wow. What do you do in Switzerland? I work as a day care teacher. I’ve never been there. It’s supposed to be beautiful. Yeah, it is. OK, I’ll go. Yeah, of course. You have to go to Zurich. Are you just here visiting? Yeah, through like a
school for three months. Oh, good. Well, welcome. So you have two left. That means that you
can pick one of them. One would be $2,000
cash for yourself, which would be wonderful. Yeah, of course. The other one would
be 12 Days tickets for the entire audience. [CHEERS] [MUSIC – IT’S THE MOST WONDERFUL
TIME OF THE YEAR] Everyone’s saying 3. Yeah, 3. All right. All right, ready? Yeah, 3. Let’s see what’s
behind number 3. (SINGING) It’s the most
wonderful time of the year. With the kids jingle belling
and everyone telling you, be of good cheer, it’s the most
wonderful time of the year. It’s the hap-happiest
season of all. With those holiday greetings
and gay, happy meetings when friends come to call,
it’s the most happiest season.

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