Emeril: (about the trifle) And then, I figured, hey, it's Christmas and New Years and all of those holidays, and Hanukkah. Why not spend $16.00 a pint for raspberries? I mean, right?
Emeri: (handing Aaron a dish of gumbo) Now, he knows gumbo, I'll tell you that. I can tell you that.
Aaron Neville: (tastes a spoonful) It's gumbo. Like, "bam," baby!
(Emeril is mixing up egg nog.)
Emeril: Doesn't that smell good already?
Emeril: Nice and sugary.
Elmo: (laughing) Just kidding.
Emeril: Elmo, you can be so funny.
Elmo: No, just kidding, just kidding.
Emeril: I'm telling you.
Elmo: Did you put any banana in that yet?
Emeril: Not yet, not yet.
Elmo: (hits at Emeril's arm) See? That's why it doesn't smell good yet! It just smells like raw eggs.
"Louisiana Christmas Day" from Aaron Neville's Soulful Christmas
"Go Tell It on the Mountain" from Christmas Prayer
"Christmas Everyday" from Christmas Prayer
"Hark the Herald Angels Sing" from Christmas Prayer
"Stand by Me" from Bring It on Home the Soul Classics
"The First Noel" from Christmas Prayer
Aaron Neville was pushing his CD, Bring It on Home the Soul Classics. Each audience member received a copy.
Kevin Clash was promoting his book, My Life as a Furry Red Monster: What Being Elmo Has Taught Me about Life, Love, and Laughing Out Loud. Audience members each received a copy of the book.