Pat Gray and Jeff Fisher begin by playing a game called “What year is this?” wherein Pat has to guess what year Jeffy is describing. Jeffy relays tidbits like the life expectancy of men being 47 years and pharmacists proclaiming that heroin clears your complexion.
“I want to say 1908,” Pat says. Jeffy reveals that the actual year is 1915, so Pat’s guess was pretty close.
Pat switches gears and explains how in the course of 2016 we’ve lost a lot of high-profile people, especially in the last few months. The first name he mentions is Carrie Fisher, the actress best know for playing Princess Leia in the “Star Wars” films who passed away days after the release of “Star Wars: Rogue One,” in which her digitally-recreated younger self had a cameo role at the end of the film.
“You get to see her in the end, and she’s young. And it’s like, ‘How did you do that?’ It’s CGI. I couldn’t tell. … That’s how good the CGI is,” Pat explains. “They had the same General on the Death Star that they had in 1977 — The guy’s been dead for twenty-two years. The actor’s been dead for twenty-two years. His whole performance is CGI. It’s amazing.”