Scott Caan on Hawaii: "There's no hustle there."
Scott Caan, star of the CBS crime drama reboot "Hawaii Five-0," appeared last night on Chelsea Handler's late-night talk show "Chelsea Lately." And not surprisingly, they talked about what it's like living in Hawaii. Caan says that he can take Hawaii about six days at a time, but that otherwise, "I like to hustle and there's no hustle there." Chelsea: She gets to live in Hawaii now, you like that right? Scott: No I don't. She doesn't either. That's why she should get the purple heart. She's just sticking it out... Chelsea: What's wrong with Hawaii? There are no snakes in Hawaii? Scott: Everything's very slow motion. I pick up the cup, and they slowly pick up the cup, you know what I mean. Everything's too relaxed for me. I like to hustle and there's no hustle there. Chelsea: There is no hustle there, that's for sure. And there's a lot of crystal meth there. Scott: A lot of crystal meth. Which, you know, is not my thing. Chelsea: I once went there. It's not my thing, either. I went there. And the driver offered us, 'cause usually the driver, the guy at the hotel, will offer you weed or something, but the guy offered me crystal meth. And I was like, What? First of all, Now that I know you're on crystal meth, I don't want you driving us, A. And B, what does my face say to you that I like crystal meth? What kind of impression am I giving you? I had to really look at myself that weekend. Scott: I don't think it's personal. I think that's the routine. Chelsea: Did you at least learn how to surf while you were out there? Scott: I've been surfing my whole life. Chelsea: I can tell by your hairdo that you're a surfer. Scott: Thank you. This is what I try to do, I try to paddle out and not get it wet. Chelsea: How does that work out for you? Scott: It never works. But surfing in Hawaii is different. It's more like survival. It's different. Here surfing is surfing, there it's... Chelsea: You grew up in Malibu surfing, right? Scott: A little bit, yeah. Chelsea: Well, there's no other beach to surf at, so I don't know ... Scott: On the planet, I think it's the greatest place in the world. But literally... Chelsea: Well, yeah. Surfing in Hawaii is like serious stuff. Scott: Yeah, they ask you how was your surfing, and you say, "I made it, I'm here. So that was a good one." Chelsea: I mean swimming in Hawaii can be difficult, so surfing is very difficult. Scott: I like that aspect of it. And I like Hawaii as a place, but for about six days at a time. Chelsea: Yeah, I know, I know, it's very slow. And the food isn't great. Scott: It sucks, yeah. Video: