HOLLYWOOD (KXAN) - Ellen DeGeneres offers up some major treats in exchange for tricks over at Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights.
"This is one of my favorite things I've ever seen in my life," says Ellen, who wiped laughter-induced tears from her eyes after watching the video.
The Ellen Show's writer Amy scares pretty easily, according to Ellen, and she's sent out every October to visit a haunted house.
This year, Ellen decided to send with her Executive Producer Andy, whose scaredy-cat essence at the core is nothing compared to Amy's. That's why Ellen says he was the perfect person to join Amy in this haunted house adventure -- of course, all shot on camera.
Andy often uses Amy as a human shield, and his reasoning is nothing short of funny. Poor thing was probably so scared out of his mind he couldn't even think straight.
Enjoy the goodies and treats born in exchange for some ghoulish tricks in this Halloween hilarity.
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