Christopher Reeves and Norman Reedus exchange deep thoughts and ice cream while taking a motorcycle ride through Utah.

Keanu Reeves was the guest driver on the sixth season premiere of Ride with Norman Reedus on Sunday as the two actors ventured through the Utah desert and discussed many interesting topics.

In addition to some random thoughts about Reeves “thinking about geology” as he gets older, the actor revealed that he became fascinated with motorcycling after seeing “biker gangs” roll through the town he works with, Yorkville. in Toronto, Canada.

“I just remember as a little kid, 11 years old, saying ‘freedom.’ It felt like freedom. It felt like an alternative. It felt like power,” he said. “Companionship, the whole thing.”

On the subject of Canada, Reeves said that the only real sports he played growing up were billiards and hockey, and described a hockey fight he was once involved in as a child.

“It was quite a crush and I got up, swung and hit the guy on the head. Then other players came and then my defender came and then they fought,” Reeves said. “It was all very exciting.”

To which Reedus replied, “Have you ever seen the movie?” Young blood?”

“I was in Young bloodReeves said of the 1986 hockey drama.

Also in Young blood was the late Patrick Swayze, who Reeves worked with several times and told Reedus like it was.

“He was a beautiful spirit. So sweet. Super committed. Excited,” Reeves said.

Speaking of films: One of Reeves’ most prolific franchises – The Matrix – came up while the two were literally speeding down the highway, but that didn’t mean he couldn’t still think about it.

“The best science fiction film says something about who we are, what we are and what we do. “A lot of it was just foresight of the world we live in now and simulation, AI,” Reeves said of the “Matrix” films. “All sorts of roads to get off of The Matrix to apply to the modern world.”

Reeves and Reedus visit some furry friends on their trip. (AMC)

Reeves and Reedus visit some furry friends on their trip. (AMC)

And when Reedus asked if their adventure across Utah was just one big simulation, Reeves didn’t say no.

“I can not answer that. But it is already recognized that consciousness, the human brain, already has to tell a story to make this a reality,” Reeves said.

“I just want to turn left and meet the Norman who can grow chest hair,” Reedus replied.

“Wait what?” Reeves asked before they both laughed and continued riding.

Ride with Norman Reedus airs Sundays on AMC and AMC+.

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