work every day. >> lani: might be tough for me to chase down perps in these shoes. >> jj: it'll make the job a lot more fun for me. >> lani: [laughs] i think i'll save the glamour for after hours. what time are we meeting sonny and paul? >> jj: we should leave for tbd in about 20. let me go process this report, and we can roll on out of here. >> lani: okay. >> jj: all right. [footsteps approaching] ♪ >> lani: you shouldn't see me doing this. it will ruin the magic. >> eli: i'll knock next time. >> lani: what are you doing here? and why are you looking at me like that? >> eli: i don't know. you look... different. >> lani: now, answer the first question. >> eli: i came to check out some files and get a lay of the land.
have a sister with, you have a niece and a nephew. >> yep. >> seth: six and seven. >> lanie and aldin. now they're eight and seven. >> seth: eight and seven. >> yeah. >> seth: and what -- >> though, weirdly, the younger one is the 8-year-old now. and -- [ light laughter ] yeah, yeah. >> seth: so, the seven year old is still seven? >> stayed the same, it's very -- yeah. >> seth: is that how you saw it going? is this -- >> i don't even plan these things anymore. you know, you just see how they grow up. >> seth: well, that's what they say about kids. you let them find their own way. >> yeah, exactly. >> seth: some of them are going to continue to mature. >> it's, you know, global warming. [ laughter ] >> seth: they have a nickname for you, though. your -- >> yes, they do. they call me "uncle stinky." >> seth: uncle stinky. >> yes. >> seth: and what did they -- how did they come up with the name "uncle stinky?" >> i don't know. [ light laughter ] >> seth: okay. i'm gonna read -- you posted this, this is a -- read this text. this your sister sent, to you. read the text. >> this is a
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