Listen: Ellen Degeneres grills Mark Wahlberg with drivers text questions
"Can we talk about Mark Wahlberg? Absolutely. Yep. When we first started having him on the show ten years ago. Yes. You know, he's like a cool guy, and and sort of a tough guy and never really wanted to like compromise. This is my assessment of. Okay, compromise that that image of himself, and he still really like cool and works out every day, and is super fit and all the rest, but like he's able to let his guard down a little bit and absolutely loves zone. Yes. I think. Yeah. I think he softened a little bit and get has really nice guy. Yeah. And he has a daughter. Kevin Kevin can say objectively one of his children is about ready to take those driver's test yet. So he's going to teach her to drive because he he thinks he's the best driver in Los Angeles in the United States. Right. So Ellen gave him some questions from the California driver's Ed test. So your daughter's fifteen yes, she's is she taking the driver's license tests. She hasn't yet. She wants to start driving. I thought would be a great idea to take her here and let her drive a golf cart around start with a golf cart on the law, right safe. And then I'm like, I got to teach in the minivan. She's like, I'm not learning. I'm not driving minivan. I'm like driving a Cadillac truck either. Where there's a big divider I have to be able to reach the break and gas shut the car down. Right. So but she wants a nineteen sixty nine 'Sella Mercedes hard. It's going to be to drive that car a stick shift to well. You you clogging around in the nineteen and LA it's hard in a six, but I like a stick shift. I just got one. I. Learned on a stick shift or I'm going to. I'm going to ask you some questions to see if you would pass these are right from the DMV. All right. When parking a parallel to the curb on a level street. Your wheels should be a they must be turned towards the street. Be must be within eighteen inches of the curb see must touch the curb in the front or back. Well, you can't be eighteen inches away from the curb, and you can't be touching the curb. So it must be a you earn towards the street. Incorrect then roll. Yeah. Yeah. We hear that towards the Kurd. No. You. Sure. Yes. I gotta check this out west. You know, if you're if you're on a downhill, then yes, turned towards the curb you don't ever want to turn into the street you'd go rolling down the street who is he right away. When going up the hill the person coming up the hill of the person going down the hill. I don't know. Do what is it the person? We let me figure this. The person going up the hill has the right away because it's far more dangerous to backup going down than it is to go up. I know that that question it was the one probably the one question my life. Just let me ask the questions. All right. Just don't try to show off on one question. You know on trying to avoid the question. For safety. Look down the road to wear. Your vehicle will be in about a fifty yards be ten to fifteen seconds. See three Carlings. Well has to be as close as possible, close medium and far. So. You have to look straight the whole entire tire. You don't look ten feet if team feet or just fifty feet. What have you would have a cat runs out in front of you? You're gonna hit a kitty. Going to hit a kidney to avoid a tree gonna hit a kitty exactly I didn't fix site. That's the answer. The answer is ten to fifteen seconds. You don't wanna look fifty yards away. What if the kid is right here? Ten or fifteen feet. It depends. You're you're you're watching. Let's just talk. She taught about your movie. Thank his clearly, you're not going to answer any questions. All right. So it's called instant family. And and it's it's such a sweet feelgood film. And it's a true story. Two faced on the producer, right? All the writer director. Okay. Sean explained the movie he and his wife were becoming very successful. But they were getting a little older getting pressure from their family to start their own family, and he kind of made an off handed comment about well.."