Michelle Obama and Ellen DeGeneres Shop at CVS, Drink Boxed Wine

Michelle Obama and Ellen DeGeneres at CVS — H 2016
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"You're really annoying. It's like taking a 3-year-old to the store," Obama tells the talk-show host at one point.

Ellen DeGeneres wanted to help Michelle Obama learn how to re-integrate into society once President Barack Obama's term is over in 2017, so she brought her to shop at a CVS.

DeGeneres was a playful troublemaker throughout the trip, opening packages before buying them and trying to autograph babies' foreheads.

"You push the basket because nobody's going to push it for you," DeGeneres told the first lady, whom she nicknamed "Shelly."

"What's so special about this stuff?" Obama asked, looking at electronics that were behind a locked case. DeGeneres scratched Obama's back as she tried to pick out headphones for Sasha. "I'm not really itchy," she told DeGeneres. "This is not how you behave in a CVS."

Then the duo came across boxed wine. "Wine in a box — how does this work?" Obama asked, confused. "How do you get it out of here?" She was astounded that the wine lasts for six weeks after the box is opened.

They signed the boxed wine for one woman after treating multiple people in the store to drinks in solo cups. DeGeneres sang to a sleeping baby through a megaphone and asked Obama loudly about what cream she needed for her rash.

They went to self-checkout and DeGeneres asked Obama if she can get her face on money. 

"You have to have done something grand like Harriet Tubman," Obama replied, saying to DeGeneres, "You should have freed some slaves."

As DeGeneres made the self-checkout process difficult, Obama called her out on her mischief. "You're really annoying. It's like taking a 3-year-old to the store," she said. As she left she told the CVS staff that she was going to come back in 2017, sans Ellen.