– Last week we sent our favorite
6-year-old redhead to Aulani Resort in Hawaii. Take a look. [ukulele music] – Aloha!
E komo mai, welcome home. May I present you with this
makana, our gift of aloha? – Yes, please.
– There you are. – I met Robby because
he came over, and he’s one of the cameramen except he’s not holding a camera
at all. – [indistinct]
– All right, here we go! [surf music] – You hold it with one hand, and with the other one
you go like this. You just tap out any beat
you want. Yeah, there you go.
Try. [laughter] – What do you think Grandma’s
gonna say with all these tattoos, huh? Uh oh. Ho, ho, ho! – Oh, my gosh. [laughter] – Boom!
All right! – Oh ho! – Do you think you can help me
blow up this huge volcano? – Yeah!
– You look pretty smart. – Science!
– Science! That’s right, okay. – You’re making a mess
everywhere. – Okay, you ready? Whoa, ho, ho, ho! – Oh! Oh! Oh!
– [indistinct] – Yeah!
– Got me soaked! – We would like six orders of
fries, please. – All righty. – And 7 million
grilled cheese sandwiches. – 7 million?
– Yes, we have got to feed
the whole crew! Okay! We’re all gonna have to put our
money together! [laughter] Everybody!
To the beach! – You go that way. And then you go back again. – We must find Stitch! Stitch! Stitch! That’s as far as I can yell. [laughter] (audience) Aw! Knock, knock. Uh, broccoli. Broccoli and glad I wasn’t
a cauliflower. I told that to my grandpa. Stitch, Stitch.
Okay, okay. Put your eyeball straight into
the camera. Thank you, Ellen,
for sending me to Aulani. I love Stitch and I love you. (audience) Aw!
[cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] – Come on, Noah!
Come on out! – [indistinct]
– Oh! Thank you so much! These are the beads
they gave you, and you’re giving them to me? – Yep.
– Do you have another pair for yourself? – Uh, no.
– Oh! Well, that’s
very sweet of you. That’s so nice of you.
You look nice. It’s good to see you again.
– [loud sigh] [laughter]
Oh, look. – Yeah, you’re–
oh, you’re missing some teeth! – Yeah, I miss–I lo–
I lost one, or two, I lost two.
I lost two. – Wow.
– I lost two. And guess what? How much money the Tooth Fairy
gave me? Don’t even ask me. [laughter]
$20! – $20?
– Yeah! – Wow.
All right. So you lose the two teeth. And then, did you ask for twen–
what’s the matter? Wait, did you ask for twen– Is it too–
Is it too bright for you? – Yeah.
– Okay. [laughter] Did you ask for $20, or
did they just give you the $20? – They just gave me $20, as it– Oh, it looks like it’s sunlight.
– Yeah. – [indistinct] sun. The sun will be blocked! – Yeah, all right. Did you learn to say anything
in Hawaiian? – Yes, only one saying.
That is: Aloha!
– Aloha! That’s good.
And then I saw you learned how to do a dance, too. – Yep.
– Did you like that? You want to do it again? All right, yep. [Hula music plays]
[cheers and applause] That’s right, just like
I’ve seen it in the movies. That’s exactly right. And then, I saw a picture that
you were– You went into the ocean
in your clothes? – It was a video.
– A video? – Yes, in my regular clothes.
– Yeah. So, why did you go in with
your clothes on? – I don’t know, let’s see it. [laughter] – Did you–
did you fall in or you went in on purpose
in your clothes? – I went in on purpose
in my clothes. – Oh.
[laughter] Noah, thank you for being here, and I will see you next time,
okay? – When are we going to show
the Hawaii video? – What? – When are we going to watch
the whole Hawaii video, the whole film? – Well, we did.
We watched a lot of it. Did you want to see more of it?
– Yeah! – Oh.
[laughter] – What? What, I spended the whole day
with cameramen. [laughter and applause] Really? [laughter and applause] Let’s see the footage. [laughter and applause] [laughter] – Oh, show business.
It’s a big disappointment. [laughter] Lot of your best stuff gets cut
out, you don’t even know.