– [Patricia] And did you move to LA? – [Kelly] Girl, yes, but we
moved to LA and we’re not very.. It’s not LA, it’s just cities. We like being out in the country. And so, we actually recently
got a place in Montana. I hear you you love Montana. – I do. – [Kelly] We just got
back like last night. – Oh, you did? – Yes, that’s why I’m so excited. (Patricia laughs) Just on a high. – Well, Montana is just gorgeous. I mean, the summertime
is like fly fishing, – [Kelly] Yes. – And they have double
rainbows every day basically. – [Kelly] I know, it’s the
happiest place on earth, – [Patricia] It’s kind of magical. – [Kelly} Disney World
Has nothing on Montana. – [Patricia] No, exactly, yeah. – [Kelly] It is, I was so
like, “Ugh” before the weekend, and now I feel refreshed, but… – And we go there for Christmas, – [Kelly] Oh, we too
are going for Christmas. – And we chop down our own Christmas tree. – That’s what my husband
does, he grew up in Wyoming, he did that. – Oh, he did, yeah. – So, we’re doing all of that this year. My familiy’s coming, I
can’t wait to get snowed in. – Yes. (laughs) – [Kelly] I’m very excited. We have a video of a fish
you caught, I think, right? – Oh, yeah, we do like a little, you have to do catch and release there, so, that was the biggest
thing is to be able to unhook the fish. They’re small. (Kelly laughs) Not like a huge… I’m not
holding it up like this. – [Kelly] I love it. We catch and release too
unless we’re gonna eat it, sorry, people, but we eat fish, but I think if you are
going to kill something, you might as well eat it
or you’re wasting it, so – Right, exactly, yeah. – But I get that though, we release too. Fly fishing, don’t you feel
like you’re in that movie? – [Patricia] Yes! – [Kelly] What’s it, River Runs Through? – [Patricia] Yes, I
filmed it where we are. – [Kelly] Yes, I know! – [Patricia] Yes, that’s the
first time I saw Brad Pitt in that t-shirt. – [Kelly] Oh my gosh. – Woooo! – The hair. – I remember sitting in
the movie theater when he came out of the river in that tshirt, – [Kelly] It’s unfortunate, wow. – both my friend and I audibly
gasped in the movie theater (gasps) (Kelly laughs) And my husband was
sitting right there too. (laughs) – You’re like, “I’m just
kidding, it was just shocking.” (Patricia laughs) (laughs) Well, when you’re not in
Big Sky, how do you… Cause we just moved here,
how do you wind down here? – Do you like to sweat? – Um, I like hiking if
that’s where you’re going. – No. – Okay. – No, this is… – If you’re going like, spinning, I’m out. – No, not spinning. You lay on a table, – [Kelly] I’m in. – It’s like an Urban (laughs) – [Kelly] Yeah, I’m in. – It’s an Urban sweat lodge, – What? – you lay on a table, they
wrap you like a burrito, it heats up, they put headphones on, you can watch Amazon, HULU, Netflix, They bring you water, it’s the most… – You’re just sweating out toxins, listening to music or movie. – [Patricia] Yes, and
your heart rate goes up, and you burn calories, laying
there watching TV. (laughs) – We found it! (audience cheers) We found the miracle! – I will give you the information. – [Kelly] You’re gonna see me there. – It’s my favorite place. – That sounds awesome. – I love it, yeah. – Oh my gosh, okay, I’m in, I love you. Okay, is it easier to
relax though, now that… you have four sons, right?
– I have four sons, yes. – [Kelly] We have four kids, but four sons is a whole different thing. – Yeah, you know, they’re
all out of the house now. I’m an empty nester.
– [Kelly] Is it cool though? – [Patricia] It’s nice,
it’s quiet, there they are. It’s quieter, it’s less smelly, – Boys. – I mean, I remember, I
was making scented candles with Martha Stewart, as you do, – [Kelly] Oh my gosh. – And I said to her, “How
about putting rosemary in, is that a good scent for candles?” She said, “That’s much
too strong for candles.” I said, “I have four boys at home, there’s no scent that is strong enough (Kelly laughs) to cover that smell.” – That’s like touring with boys. I love you, band. (Patricia laughs) But touring with boys in a bus is like, “what is that smell?” – Yeah, uh huh.
– Like, I don’t understand it. – [Patricia] Yeah, and
now, when I visit them, and my son said, “You know,
my friend’s mother’s always coming, when they come
they do the laundry.” and I’m like, “You know
what? I will die for you, I will not do your laundry anymore.” – You can do your own laundry. (Patricia laughs) I’ve been doing my
laundry since like seven. – Yes, me too. – [Kelly] Grab the washing
machine and take control.