I was going to say, I wouldn't think so.
I have done like a quarter of a million miles this year alone.
I was going to ask you that.
Well, 75,000 or whatever it was on Race 5 in February alone. I hit 100,000 on American Airlines in June...I just have been living on a plane, and I have never worked so hard in all my life. But I really am excited about this particular project, because I feel like it's actually...it's a powerful message that people can actually get something from. And I think Race has a lot of those great...I think the reason that people continue to gravitate towards Race is that it is a positive show that's entertaining. And I'm trying to do that with this show. You know, through entertaining people, inspire them. And this is probably a little more...you know, this show is more towards that motivational thing. And it's our first season out and everything, but I'm really pleased with it, and I'm really excited by it. People seem to be really responding well to it. I've been speaking to various critics, and this morning I did the satellite tour, and people who have seen it, they're like, "Wow, we were really jazzed by what we saw."
Well, that's great. What kind of stories did you do with people?
Well, you know, we got the whole gamut of dreams, and everything from a Jewish rapper who wanted to make a music video for his mother to prove to his mother that he was legit, and that he didn't have to be a lawyer or a doctor -- here we are going back to the lawyer thing again -- but, he didn't have to be a lawyer or a doctor just because he was Jewish, that he could be a rapper. To a woman who wanted to put on her own burlesque show, to a guy who wanted to make a movie in three days, to a guy who wanted to ride a bull for eight seconds, because he had an opportunity five years ago and he never got on the bull...a guy who wanted to face his fear of sharks...I've just done one on a guy who spent three days going to a wrestling school to become a wrestler.
The whole point of the show is that we don't do anything to help these people other than clear their schedule for three days and give them a little bit of money. And people have said, "How come so little money? How come so little time?" And we're like, well, because most people don't have a lot of money, and most people don't have a lot of time. And the whole point is, what you can achieve with a small amount of time and a small amount of money.