moving around on the couch
]: It's tough...[
]Kevin: ...to get like, comfortable. Ain't it?David: I know, it really is.Kevin: You're like: OhhhhDavid: This is not good for my lumbar at all, man. [
]Kevin: No, no. It's kinda weird. Now that you're famous, though, you can get anycouch you want.David: Ah, ya know...Kevin: How is the difference in your life, though? Really, I mean, just...you can'twalk down the street anymore. Is it weird when you go home now?David: Um...ya' know, I'm...I'm kinda lucky, I guess, in the sense that when I gohome, like, everybody's really complimentary, but also very respectful.Kevin: Mm-hmmDavid: And uh...my family's completely not affected by it. They don't care. I mean,they're happy for me, but at the same time, they'll be the first to call me on it if Iget outta line and...get a big head. So...um...Kevin: Have they-- has, has there ever been that moment where somebody's like:Hey. Ya' know...[
]Kevin: Take out the garbage, man.David: Well I remember, I remember uh...my, my little brother, um...he-- we wereplaying Madden. I went home, and we played Madden. And he beat me, like,terribly. 55 to 10 or somethin'. And...and uh, ya' know, he was gloatin'. I was like:Nah, it's cool, man. It's cool. You can have Madden, I'll take American Idol. It's nota big deal.[
]David: And uh...I, I got, I got the look from mom. I got one of those like [
gets "Comeon, really?" look on his face
] Come onnnn. So...Kevin: Come on, American Idol.