tv The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Me-TV November 5, 2015 10:35pm-11:37pm CST
>> welcome stephen colbert, y'all! ( band playing "late show" theme ) ( cheers and applause ) captioning sponsored by cbs ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: welcome to the late show, everybody! (cheers and applause) stephen, stephen, stephen! >> stephen: yes, thank you! >> stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! (cheers and applause). >> stephen: thank you so much. thanks, everybody. (applause).
hey, welcome to the late show. i'm stephen colbert and boy, that chanting just makes me feel like i'm returning from the halls of manda. so-- look it up. look it up. (applause) whooo! hey, welcome to the show. i just want to say, i love you. >> a-w. >> stephen: now this might seem sudden. we've only been doing this show for about two months. but here's the thing, i've been trying to say i love you more often starting this morning. i said it to my family before i left the house. and then to my barista. and then to her manager when the barista complained that one of the customers was making her (laughter) and the reason i'm saying i love you so much is i heard about this new feature goggle is smart reply.
it analyzes your incoming e-mails and gives you suggestions on how you can just reply automatically. and it is a nice change. goggle usually only scans your e-mails to target you with ads for viagra just because i sent on e-mail about buying a motorcycle. and it turns out, and this is true, after scanning billions of our e-mails, goggle found that one of the most common e-mail replies is i love you. right behind please unsubscribe me from linkedin. now, and now i've learned that they have been looking through e-mails to come up with their robot answering service. i just want to say to goggle, i love you. because this news restores my faith in humanity that i lost from all those other things that i've goggled. i mean every movie makes a big deal about how hard it is for people to say i love you, but evidently, we do it all the time
on the internet. maybe it is the distance of the online world makes it easier for us to express our true feelsment and it makes sense because the internet is full of people expressing their love in a startling variety of ways. (laughter) unless you put the safe search on. so that is why i want to say, audience, i love you. (applause) and i love tonight's show. because my first guest is award-winning actor bryan cranston. (applause) he is here, he's in a new movie "trumbo," i assume it is about the love child of donald trump
and will you hear music from shamir. (applause) shamir is one of my favorite hip-hop artists and one of my favorite bagel toppings. oh, hey, hey. speaking of love, that is a little social music from jon batiste and stay human. say hi, everybody! (applause) now jon, jon and the humans are about to riff your face off. but before they do, one more thing. jk rowling has announced she's writing a new children's book. she hasn't revealed the title yet but i'm going to say harry potter and the come on, you're going to buy it. (applause) >> tonight, stephen welcomes
performance by shamir. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now it's time for the late show with stephen colbert! (cheers and applause). >> stephen: thank you, thanks, everybody. you know, i like a lot of you i'm sure you feel the same way, sometimes i wish there were more hours in the day. if there were i'm sure i would use them to figure out why the earth's rotation was suddenly slower. but i would also use that time to get really informed about the news.
so instead, this is stephen colbert's hot takes. first off, a disclaimer, my hot takes are right out of the oven so i can't be responsible for how poorly thought out my opinions are. (laughter) tonight's hot take, beer. (applause). >> stephen: thank you. i love beer. it dates back almost 6,000 years to ancient sumeria where it led to a lot of late night cuneiform tablets reading "you up? ". (laughter) so because i love beer, my blood ran frosty when i heard the news that guinness is changing its iconic recipe after 256 years. yeah. oh, oh, yeah. my hot take? i don't like it. look. you don't change guinness. guinness changes you.
(applause) usually-- usually into someone who wants to spend three hours singing come on, eileen. okay, here's the recipe change they're considering. brace yourself, because starting in 2016, guinness will stop using fish bladders to filter its iconic dark stout. yeah. yeah. yeah. first of all, there's been fish bladder in my beer this whole time? that's disgusting. and second, why are you taking away pie delicious fish bladder? come on. when i'm drinking a guinness, i don't mine to be the first bladder it goes through. frankly, i'm a little surprised. i always thought guinness was made of chunks of peat, ground up four leaf clofers and whatever you squeeze out of a leprechaun to make it brown. and even worse, even worse is the reason they're changing it.
to please vegans. oh, come on, vegans! don't take it out on us just because you need something to drink to help you forget you're vegan. (laughter) what i want to know-- (applause) how did this happen? all the news outlets point to this petition from change.org which has only 1,746 signatures which really isn't a lot especially considering they were hoping to reach 2500 signatures. come on, guinness guys, a few cranky vegans made you change a century's old recipe? it's not like they're going to hurt you. techically you're animals. i'm not going to sit here and let vegans walk all over us in their sustainably sourced faux leather sand alls. tonight i'm starting my own change.org petition to put fish bladder back in guinness.
not only that, i want extra fish bladder and while we're at it, let's put a sprig of beef jerky in there too. now this is an actual petition, and i want you all to sign it. follow@colbert late show for the link to the petition. then go have yourself a nice refreshing guinness. or for the same color and flavor, dunk a loaf of pumpernickel into a bottle involve ka. and until we change the world together, i'll just have to add my own fish bladder. here we go. hmmmm, hmmmm, hmmmm. (laughter) (cheers and applause) i think i know why my ancestors left the old country. stick around, we've got the
colbert sponsored by: (applause). >> stephen: hey, welcome back once again. you know, ladies and gentlemen, i'm fascinated by marketing. everything you see on tv is carefully crafted by teams of psychological experts to subtly influence your decisions in ways you can't even pringle. (laughter) hmmmm. it's amazing. (laughter) those things really soak up the sal iva. and it's amazing how the alchemy of brafnedding can image-- (laughter) that's why you should do it in rehearsal. it's amazing how the alchemy of branding an image can make us
choose coke or pepsi, crest or colgate, clorox or hydrox. personally, i've never been able to taste the difference. (laughter) ands there's one marketing tactic out there that really intrigues me because it happens a lot and most people don't know about it. when a brand in order to focus their marketing efforts creates an an imaginary character that represents the kind of customer they want to attract. for example, and this is true. when i began this show, cbs created a marketing presentation that said there were two kinds of viewers out there. there were donnies and debbies. apparently my last show was something of a donnie fest. so-- (laughter). >> stephen: they like me to get more debbies which is why i'm wearing man spanx. you're welcome, ladies. (applause) and i'm not the only one with imaginary customers. so is casual fresh mex chain
playing second taco to chipotle. so they've been trying to differentiate themselves. for instance, recently chipotle had an outbreak of e. coli, so qdoba went with tie foid. foid.-- typhoid. and despite that viral marketing, they've had a little trouble getting you into their stores. i'm not surprised. just like there is no i in team, there's nou in qdoba. so qdoba created the quentessa, an imaginary character with a certain flair capable of wooing their target customer as opposed to their real customer, someone whose flight has been delayed. according to qdoba's q-marketing team the quentessa ask also-- also naturally magnetic, leaves a story-filled life and invites others to do the same. yes, the quentessa wants to you have stories.
for instance, once upon a time, i ate a burrito. (laughter) story gets pretty disturbing from there. and according to qdoba marketing team, the quentessa style makes guys want her numbers and girls kind of want it too. oh. oh, i can see that strategy meeting. and after a girl gets her number and goes back to the quentessa's place, they have a pillow fight and things get all sexy and then they knock on the door of the neighbor who is a marketing guy for qdoba. what was i saying? right, selling tacos. the quentessa has even effected the look of qdoba's restaurants. because the marketers asked themselves what is the type of space, literally that the quentessa would want to invite people into. the answer was literally, the (laughter) which qdoba redesigned because that is where we felt we have a
amounts of flavor. (applause) yay. hey. hey, we've all been there. and qdoba is not the only chain with an imaginary customer. lululemon created ocean, a 32 year ol proarvetional single woman who makes $100,000 a year, is engaged, has her own condo, is traveling, fashionable and has an hour and a half to work out a day. while we're at it, she also has a hovercraft and brought peace to israel. and if none of those things -- none of those things describe you, obviously you're wearing the wrong yoga pants, fatie. so obviously i have to attract young women too. but compared to the quentessa and ocean, debbie is just not going to cut it that's why my marketing team of me and jack daniels have come up with a new
my ultimate fantasy viewer empress pharysella, the el vin conjurer, she is a 5,000 year old career encon querd the barrier and conquered is the frost gientd, 12 sacks of gold, two kids, one griffin and has boots of stealth for every vacation. she vacations in the caves of forgetting an has three hours to make her glutes as hard as valerian steel. guys want nothing more than to vibrate her ocarina of ecstasy. goblins kind of want to too. and every day while i'm making my show, i think what would pleasure the empress. what would make her laugh. what would make her stick around for a volume vow commercial? we'll be right back with brian krans-- bryan cranston, or should i say by the truth of golthar, i dedicate this humble
the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over a million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in.
>> stephen: yeah, but we don't know where the bodies are buried we don't know >> well, no, we don't. >> walter just lick quiified everybody. >> lbj peered him with this kunning. >> stephen: well, is that what he called it? >> yeah, he was proud of his endowment. >> yes, he was. sharon stone, i bumped into sharon stone at a parking garage. >> stephen: who hasn't. >> who hasn't. everyone's got a sharon stone parking garage story. >> and she was very effusive and complimentary. she said oh my god, i saw your johnson on stage. (laughter). >> stephen: did she like it?
>> and i said were you impressed? yeah, she caught herself. she knew what she did and then she did something with her legs, she spread her legged out and crossed it over. i don't know, i was like-- and we were in a parking garage. >> stephen: it just, it just means she likes you. >> you are now playing dalton trumbow in the movie "trumbo," quins dentally. not earn knows who he is. explain why he is an important figure in our culture. >> in 1947 dalton was the highest paid screen writer in hollywood. which was the world. and he wrote beautiful movies like kitty foil and 30 seconds over tokyo, a guy called joe. he wrote the quint essential antiwar novel johnny got his gun. >> stephen: oh, god. >> and he was also a member of the american communist party. >> stephen: i've heard of him. >> you have heard of him. and it was really popular, grew
and it was really supposed to be an arm of the unions to have some clout in washingtonment so he joins this. and after post war, post world war ii there was a huge red scare in the united states. and the house on american activities committee haf, c c was overreaching their power. >> stephen: he was a member of the communist in the 30see when the comeies were our friend against hitler. as soon as we won the war they said hitler was bad but the comeies were really bad. >> the truth is that stalin was this horrible, vicious, ugly person, a murderer. >> stephen: i'm no fan. >> no fan at all. >> stephen: i will tell that to anybody. >> no. and he wasn't even a communist. the label communist was on him but he was really a fashist dictator. >> stephen: yeah. >> but the communist label stuck to that.
american communist party must be world too. so we need to root them out. so they had this, this hearing. and anyone who didn't cooperate fully or if the committee didn't appreciate your answers, they sent them to prison. afterward-- . >> stephen: so i call you in, let's say if you are an actor or mr. cranston, are you now or have you ever been a member of the american communist party. and then you would say. >> i'm interested in why you ask that question. >> stephen: because the communists are attempting to take over the world, mr. cranston, they're against our way of life, answer the question or you will no longer work in your town. >> i'll answer all of your questions in the way i think your questions should be answered. >> stephen: mr. cranston,-- this isn't in my script. >> so because of that little, you know, he didn't cooperate fully. >> stephen: he didn't cooperate. >> he answered the questions but in his way and he didn't want to-- he thought if we rested on the power of the first amendment, the right to free
speech, right to freedom of assembly and practice your religion, that also carried off into whatever political party you chose to be with. and it was nobody's business. and it was an unamerican question to ask in the first place. >> stephen: what was the black list. >> the black list was what was created from that point from 1947. anybody suspected, thought of, pointed the finger at, could be on the black list which meant you are not able to work in that business. >> stephen: but he ended up working. >> well, he wrote under an assumed name. and in fact, a couple of the pseu don where ms that he used for scripts, they went on to win oscar, roman holiday. >> stephen: he wrote roman holiday. >> he wrote roman holiday, beautiful film. he also wrote the brave one. but it wasn't until kirk douglas said enough is enough. put his name on spartacu s, 13
and saw his name on the screen for the first time. >> stephen: so douglas, does he get any credit. >> he gets a lot of credit. so does otto priminger. he directed exodus at the time. >> stephen: in the movie, trumbo-w seems like a larger-than-life character. >> is he. >> we have a clip here from the movie. it is awend louis ck who is playing another writer, i understand. >> he plays my friend arlen herd character's stance. >> stephen: and he's a little fruses traited with tru mbo because he is a very rich man. >> very healthy man but he also has great ideals. >> all right, jim, let's take a look. >> if i'm wrong, tell me. but ever since i've known you, you talk like a radical. but you live like a rich guy. >> that is true. >> well, i don't know that you-- i don't think you're willing to lose all of this just
to do the right thing. >> well, i des pies march ma tir-- martyr dom and i won't fight for a lost cause, so you're right. i'm not willing to lose it all, certainly not them. but i am willing to risk it all. that's where the radical and the rich guy make a perfect combination. the radical may fight with them. the purity of genius. but the rich guy wins with the kunning of satan. >> oh. >> what? >> just please shut up. (applause). >> stephen: that's night. -- nice, that's nice. we're going to take a little break. can we stick around. >> yeah. >> stephen: we'll right back
cranston. >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. we're back here with bryan cranston. bryan, everybody knows you are a gifted acker. but not every actor is like a deep thinker. and you, you really strike me as a deep guy. >> well, that is true, stephen. i am incredibly deep. (laughter). >> stephen: i am too. i am too. i'm very deep. and whenever i have on a really
me, i like to go lie on a hillside and ponder big questions with even bigger stars. (applause) wow. such a beautiful sky tonight. >> it sure is. almost makes me forget we're inside. (laughter). >> stephen: hey, bry? >> yeah, stephen? scz do you believe in parallel universes? >> no. (laughter) and somewhere i just said yes. (laughter) plawtion (applause) that cluster of stars looks like
ryan seacrest. >> stephen: yeah. >> stephen. >> stephen: bryan? >> what if god's a woman? >> stephen: well, if god's a woman, then she definitely didn't write the bible. (laughter) (applause) >> did you ever think that god is an old man in a robe. >> stephen: no, i i think he wears and i'm with stupid t-shirt. with an arrow that just points at existence. (laughter) if you lose an arm do you think it's waiting for you in heav snen. >> no. no, i think it goes to hell for being a bad arm. (laughter) yeah.
>> stephen: probably, yeah. hey, bryan. >> yeah? >> stephen: do you think you'll get into heaven? >> not after what i did in tampa. (laughter) (cheers and applause). >> stephen: do shall. >> do you think that good and evil really exist? >> stephen: oh, i hope so. they're tattooed on my knuckles. (laughter) what do you want to be when you grow up? >> that's easy, i want to be a child prodigy. (laughter). >> stephen: you would be a good one, you would be a good one. >> i hope so. >> stephen: what is the most tragic thing that could ever happen? >> a puppy who grows up to be a police dog and is forced to attack its brother who was adopted by a drug dealer. (laughter). >> stephen: that's sad. (laughter). >> stephen: i think-- i think-- i think the most tragic
thing would be a manatee who cries but no one knows cuz he's underwater. (laughter) >> wait, is that true? >> stephen: yeah, it happened to a friend of mine. do you think we're alone in the universe, bryan? >> no, i just think everyone is avoiding us. (laughter). >> stephen: can i ask you a personal question? >> i wish you would. >> stephen: what is your biggest fear? >> that someone will find out what i did in tampa. (laughter) (applause) >> stephen. >> stephen: yeah? >> do you think that we could just be living in a dream right now? >> stephen: no. no, i don't think so because my dreams don't have to stop for commercials.
>> jon: yes, indeed. >> stephen: do you have a minute, come over here and let's talk for a minute. >> jon: yeah. >> stephen: jon batiste, (applause). >> stephen: jon, i love the music, thanks for being my band there. >> good job, man, it pays well. >> stephen: thanks. good to know, man. >> jon: yeah. >> stephen: good to know, but love. >> jon: i love it, man, i love money. (laughter). >> stephen: good. >> jon: yeah. >> stephen: in the words of goggle, jon, i love you. >> jon: i know, you said it earlier, that was cool. >> stephen: you didn't say it back though. >> jon: i know, i was playing, that's commit am. i can't commit that early. >> stephen: all right, well, let's talk about commitment. how we made the commit am to each other to do this thing bsm a year and a half ago i met you on the old show. we had a great time. and then about eight months ago, i called you up and said come on in, let's talk about being the band leader for the show. >> jon: that's right.
>> stephen: we had a nice conversation. >> jon: it was a deep conversation. >> stephen: very deep, talk about talking about big questions, we talked about very big questions. but then you asked me a question, after i said would you be my band leader you asked me an interesting question first. >> jon: i asked you if you would come down to new orleanss my hometown and meet my parents and have red beans an rice with us. >> stephen: exactly, learn something about where you are from. >> jon: exactly. >> stephen: find out where you learned to do what you learned how to do i said i would love to as long as i could bring some cameras. so we did it we went down to new orleans, we spent a day together and we put together a couple of little pieces of us talking, and you teaching me about new orleans. >> jon: right. >> stephen: we're going to present the first one. >> jon: oh, yeah. >> stephen: jimmy. >> i headed down to new orleans, louisiana, to soak up some culture and to learn about all things jon baltist. hey, jon. >> jon: hey, man, how are you doing? >> stephen: thanks for meeting me here at a bar for breakfast. >> jon: yeah.
>> stephen: so we're going to be working together. >> jon: yeah, we're getting into it. >> stephen: let's tell the people who you are. you are a member of the batiste family of musicians here in the new orleans area. tell me about your family. >> my dad is on the musical side, has seven brothers, they had a band. they played together. have over 30 cousins that play. >> stephen: now what do you play? >> well, i play piano and an instrument called m mel odjicka, harmonica and keyboard put together. >> stephen: some call it the face piano. >> yeah. >> i think you, just you, just you. >> stephen: so what do i need to know about jon batiste. give me one sentence, one thing about yourself, what is it? >> stephen: i would say jon batiste loves you and loves the music. (applause).
everyone. i don't me the-- not like that. >> stephen: oh. >> jon: sorry. >> stephen: that is exactly what i thought you meant. >> jon: yeah. >> stephen: surek i love all of you too. i love-- that's how i-- that's how i say it to everyone i love, i love you and by you i mean just anyone. i love you, i love all of you. no differ rent yaition between me and any other human being, really. >> jon: yeah. >> stephen: really, okay. >> jon: something like that. >> stephen: all right. tell me some i should play with. >> joe, eddie, joe is playing -- tamborine. >> stephen: you are in the show. >> jon: i'm very sorry. >> stephen: keep in mind. >> jon: i was trying to show the tamborine. >> stephen: are you doing it again, you're doing it again. >> jon: am i out. >> stephen: how does this >> jon: am i out? >> stephen: no, you're in. >> jon: am i out? >> stephen: this is great,
that's better. >> jon: yeah. >> stephen: uh-huh. >> jon: this is going to be great. >> stephen: all right, jon. >> jon: let's do it. >> stephen: all right, jon batiste, where are we? >> we are on frenchman street. i'm particularly fond of this place because i grew up playing here all the time. we used to play on that corner. and we would play in this club. and that was really my first experience hanging. >> stephen: all right. is that different than waiting around? what is the difference between hanging at a gig and just-- . >> jon: hanging is waiting around but with style and social purpose. >> stephen: loitering with style. >> jon: yeah, you catch a wall. >> stephen: does leaning help. >> jon: yeah, it helps. see? >> stephen: am i hanging right now? >> jon: so like, you lean there. and we have to look in different directions. >> stephen: all right. >> jon: so like you are looking somewhere, but we're
talking to each other. >> stephen: i understand. i understand we're talking. are we techically hanging right now? >> jon: yeah, yeah. >> stephen: is that a hang. >> jon: but we don't have to stay in position. you can move. >> stephen: i feel like my suit is getting dirty. >> stephen: so that's your drummer? am i hanging right now, is that hanging? >> jon: that's more like exercise. >> stephen: i am getting a good calf stretch. >> jon: to hang you have to be more relaxed. >> stephen: okay. >> jon: like if you want to do the hand thing, put the elbow with it. >> stephen: like that?
>> jon: no, no, no no. wait, go back, go back, go back. >> stephen: all right. >> jon: you look >> stephen: i'm good. >> jon: that's your hang, you that's it. and then with the hang, the thing about it is the hang could last all night. >> stephen: really, have i to stay like this all night? >> jon: no, no, no. you can move too. >> stephen: all right. >> jon: we call that >> stephen: bleeching? >> jon: yeah, you're bleeching cuz it's like you stand up, until the sun comes up usually when you bleeching. >> stephen: but why is it called bleeching, jon? >> jon: the name, it has a sound. it doesn't really have a strong connection to the activity. just bleechg, you know, like bleeching. it works. >> stephen: god, i wish i could say i understand what you're talking about. how long would i have to stand like this to be bleeching? >> jon: it's not about-- . >> stephen: you said there was a length of time involved?
>> jon: i don't know if we will do that today. >> stephen: no, i can't imagine what my talcom powder bill is going to be at the end of this. >> stephen: jon batiste, everybody. (cheers and applause) >> stephen: we shot a lot more down there in new orleanss. we'll have more of that on another show, maybe tomorrow, maybe another time. jon thank you for being here. >> jon: yeah. >> stephen: jon batiste an
we'll be right back. the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his life began -- fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by over a million contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs,
fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired of establishment politics, and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. >> stephen: here now to perform on the regular from his
welcome shamir. don't try me, i'm not a free sample step to me and you will be handled hi, hi, howdy, howdy, hi, hi! while everyone is minus, you could call me multiply just so you know, yes, yes, i'm that guy you could get five fingers and i'm not waving "hi" guess i'm never-ending, you could call me pi but really, how long till the world realize yes, yes i'm the best, ( bleep ) what you heard anything less is obviously absurd haters get the bird, more like an eagle this is my movie, stay tuned for the sequel seems so wrong, seems so illegal fellas in the back like a foul-ball free-throw yep, yep, you know that i go this is me on the regular, so you know this is me on the regular, so you know yep, yep, you know that i go this is me on the regular, so you know this is me on the regular, so you know i come with the tip,
there's nothing but doom ain't got no time for you ratchet-ass goons and just settle down, listen to my tunes ever since i was eight i was attached to the mic wanted a guitar before i wanted a bike had an apple phone, ( bleep ) a fisher-price never see the sun 'cause i'm up all night really, really? really, really? you want to talk ( bleep ) but you know that i am illy? illy to the fullest, you can call me cancer no multiple choice, 'cause i'm the only answer ain't got no wallet, only use rubber bands you know my chick is ratchet 'cause that's what make a man you wanna get at me, but you don't stand a chance and if you wanna ( bleep ), yes you can take your chance haters get the bird, more like an eagle this is my movie, stay tuned for the sequel seems so wrong, seems so illegal fellas in the back like a foul-ball free-throw yep, yep, you know that i go this is me on the regular, so you know this is me on the regular, so you know yep, yep, you know that i go this is me on the regular, so you know this is me on the regular, so you know five-foot-ten, about a buck twenty skinny as a rod but still wanna ( bleep ) with me
but i take your fifty after you take this love see yep, yep, you know that i go this is me on the regular, so you know this is me on the regular, so you know break don't try me, i'm not a free sample step to me and you will be handled see, that's my crown on the mantle and if you try to touch it, yes, there will be a scandal don't try me, i'm not a free sample step to me and you will be handled see, that's my crown on the mantle and if you try to touch it, yes, there will be a scandal this is the end, but you really feeling it here's one more verse, 'cause i ain't no sleepy ( bleep ) ain't got much to say 'cause it's in my piece guess more hit the blunt and i ain't talking weed yep, yep, you know that i go