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to be the thing that is most compilgand interesting to me. the character i play in that show is a very peculiar guy. >> stephen: exactly. for the people who don't know, he is an informant. he is a-- >> he's a criminal, really. >> stephen: he's a criminal who has turned informant for the f.b.i. >> yes, yes. it's funny, though, he -- >> funny ha-ha? or... ( laughter ) funny odd. >> it is sometimes funny ha-ha. >> stephen: that scene was funny but also threatening at the same time. >> yes. >> stephen: that's james spader-- threatening and funny at the same time. ( laughter ). >> i hope so. i hope so. >> stephen: so you like discomfort and-- >> i'm perfectly comfortable with that. i'm comfortable with discomfort. >> stephen: you're comfortable with discomfort and awkwardness. >> and i think that's something that's very important about that character, for instance. it was something they saw immediately when i read the pilot is that put in the moist chaotic and extreme set of
comfortable in that. and i think that part of it is a lack of fear, which i wish we had more of in our society today is a fearlessness in that-- ( applause ) >> stephen: where do you think that fear come from? where do you think that fear comes from? >> insecurity, i think, to a great degree. and also insecurity is provoked by people in the media and spokespeople for politicians and so on and so forth, depending on >> stephen: the fear can be comoddified. off-- fear is a currency. it also comes from the fact that we hear about things that say when i was a child, you wouldn't necessarily hear about because of the amount of access that there is with-- first it started
only blossomed with the internet, if there was an argument between two neighbors somewhere decades and decades ago, it was between the two neighbor. and those two neighbors can be countries with one another or communities with one another. if there was an argument or a disagreement between the two of them, it was between the two of them, with the advent of television, suddenly, third parties were brought into the mix to try and influence an outcome. >> stephen: now you tweet your argument. >> yeah, and now it's-- now with the internet, it's exploded. >> stephen: you instagram how they raked their leaves on to your property. >> yes. >> stephen: do you do any of that, do you share yourself intimately on the internet, anything like that? >> no. >> stephen: i bet you'd get a lot of followers if you did, james spader. wouldn't you follow him? ( applause ) i right now, i right now am the devil on your shoulder. >> right. >> stephen: telling you to join the great sharing economy. >> i think the devil probably has much more interesting things to try and motivate one to do. >> stephen: really.
>> stephen: i doubt a more interesting target than james spader. >> maybe. >> stephen: you'd be quite a catch for our infernal father below. >> where where the time comes from -- >> i don't have time. i don't know how people have time for alcohol, drugs and affairs. there is no time for that. not if you have a full-time job. >> one has to make time for certain things. ( applause ). >> stephen: fair enough. sound advice, sound vase, james spader. "the blacked list is on thursday 9:00 p.m. on nbc and streaming on netflix. james spader, everybody, we'll be right back. ( applause ) stand out.
my next guest is an nfl star who plays wide receiver for the new york jets. please welcome brandon marshall. ( applause ) >> stephen: i'm going to wait until you sit down so i'm the same height as you. thanks for being here. i don't know. >> is that how you hold the ball. >> stephen: like this? like that? no? i figured this was to get away from a insure short player. now, let's talk about the game, first of all, that everybody is looking forward to this weekend. >> which one, the jets? >> stephen: yeah. everybody's looking forward to that one. no, it's peyton manning and the broncos versus tom brady and the patriots. >> yeah. >> stephen: okay. peyton has lost 11 of 16 of these, but you think he takes this weekend? >> in the postseason, the record versus brady and manning is 2-2. >> stephen: oh, okay, so it's a jump ball.
>> stephen: to cross my metaphors. >> yes, postseason is when it counts. unfortunately, i'm just not in it. >> stephen: that's true. that's true. we will get to your disappointment. ( laughter ) because-- no, i don't think it's warranted, but you've got disappointments. one more thing, pound for pound, who is the better quarterback? >> mmm. >> stephen: we know brady's handsome. we know he's much more handsome. >> tom brady is handsome. he has a super model wife. his wife makes more money than him. his hair is awesome. brady, brady. ( cheers and applause ) brady. >> stephen: peyton manning, though, has much more forehead. he beats him on the forehead. if he lose-- this might be peyton manning's last game if he loses it, right? that's the word. >> i think it is, regardless, as far as, you know, this year. i think that-- it kind of reminds me of watching kobe bryant, right. where these last couple of years you've seen the guy really hit a wall. you know, these are legends, living legends, and all of a
but i am a huge peyton manning fan. i am a fan of the redemption story. so hopefully he goes out there and wins and makes it to the super bowl. underdog. >> i love the underdog. but how can peyton manning really be an underdog, right? >> stephen: you said peyton manning changed the way the game it played. what do you mean by that? before were they allowed to bring bats and knives. before yelling "oak what," what does he do? >> omaha, that's what he does differently. when you look at the quarterback position, usually the play caller from upstairs scawlz the plays, he sends it in, the quarterback hears it, and he spits it out. but peyton, he get to the explien he has total control, and way eh lot of what he does is like playing chess. so before he mic's the linebacker and puts everyone in protection, he is playing games with the defense. they don't even he's running the ball, if he passing the ball, if he's getting-- going from a run to a pass.
and that's where the game is won for peyton manning. >> stephen: wow, i like the idea of him playing like chess. some of the players can only go diagonally, some have to go into an "l-"shape. one move at a time. ( laughter ) now, let's talk about your season. you had the best season of your career but you still call it a failure. why do you call it a failure? >> man. >> stephen: you did what you had to do. >> the way i look at it is if you're on the "colbert show," you're a loser. >> stephen: you know what? i'm with you. i'm with you on that one. >> no, hold on, hold on. let me fix that. >> stephen: i'm not sure if there is any fixing that, actually. ( laughter ) this time of year. >> this time of year. >> stephen: yeah. >> and i get it. you know -- >> you didn't make the play-offs. >> who wanted in the seat -- >> we want you? >>. we want you in the seat right now. i didn't make the play-offs, either. nobody here made the play-offs. did you make the play-offs. don't feel so bad.
who didn't make the play-offs. we belong with each other. ( applause ) you-- i want to ask you about something. you very much are your own man. you knew you were going to get find but you went ahead and wore green shoes to support a cause you believe wholeheartedly in. tell me about the cause, what you got fined for and why. >> my wife and i founded project 377 a couple of years ago, and the reason why is because i was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. what is that? disorder. some people get pissed off and they get back to baseline well, it's almost like a football player where you expect that guy to be this beast, this monster on the field, but have that switch to turn it off when he walks off. well, i had a hard time of doing that. when i felt was valid, but the way i went about doing things was totally wrong. so, you know, when i was at mclean hospital, i was sitting in group therapy, and there was a doctor, there was a-- an
student, i was an nfl player, and then there was also a social worker, clinician. but the interesting thing is we all got up, after hearing these stories, some were suicidal. some tried to commit suicide the night before. and we went into the parking lot like everything was okay. and i thought how many others are out there suffering? and i tell people all the time, you know, where we're at today in our community is where the cancer and h.i.v. community was 20, 25 years ago. what we have to do is galvanize this community. and also, i brought you some gifts man. >> stephen: these are all things associated with 375. and green is your color. >> mind over matter. >> stephen: this is 375 color. >> some shoes. >> stephen: that is nice. and some nail polish. daughter. >> stephen: let's get it going, baby. let's get it going right now. >> no, we're not going to paint our fingers. >> stephen: come on, we're going to do it right now. come on.
( band playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey! welcome back. my next guest is the host of the wildly popular "serial" podcast. please welcome sarah koenig! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: nice to see you again. >> thank you! >> stephen: congratulations on another season of "serial." for the people who don't upon, "serial" the first major breakout podcast, the first podcast to, downloaded a million times, right. what is it like to be big time in podcasting? is it all just golden
water bottles and ira glass! get my coffee. what is it? >> my favorite thing is my neighbor in pennsylvania calls me "big time" now. "hey, big time!" >> stephen: you are big time. the first season of "serial" the one that blew up was a high school murder mystery. the question was, was adnan guilty? did he do it? this year, you've got a totally different approach to the story. it's about bowe bergdahl, who we know deserted, so what's the question this year? >> we know he walked off his post. >> stephen: okay. >> so this is the question, did he desert? what does that mean? >> stephen: okay. what does he say? if you walk off your post without permission, how is that not deserting? >> he's saying that he was trying to go back to his forward operating base, about 20 miles away, to call attention to what he saw as leadership problems in his unit, that he was in fact trying to help his platoon mate s. >> stephen: so he was going
get attention for what he thought-- he also said he also wanted to prove that he was like a real-life jason bourne. >> i would wager that a large proportion of people who join the military would also like-- i would like to be jason bourne. bourne. >> stephen: pretty rough life. >> but he's jace jaison bourne. i get that. bowe bergdahl is-- he's an incredibly resilient person. i mean, i wouldn't-- like, whatever. >> stephen: let's go over his case again for the people who need to be caught up. how long was he held captive by the talibans? >> almost five years. >> stephen: and we got him back, taliban prisoners in in american hands were traded back for him. how many prisoners were traded? >> five. >> stephen: five. and there's a huge uproar over that. people thought he was a deserter. we shouldn't be trading back for him. you have spoken to him directly about the trade?
>> no. >> stephen: who are you talking to? >> so i am-- so the tape that i have of bowe bowe bergdahl is coming through mark bowl, a screenwriter and producer, and he had been wanting to make a movie so he had all these tapes for his research. so i have that material. i've talked to mark extensively about bowe, and i have done the reporting around him, tons of soldiers, friends and family, people in the state department, white house-- you know, just sort of, like, all over the place, to try to figure it out. >> stephen: did you-- have you spoken to the taliban? ( laughter ). >> yeah, i did, yeah. >> stephen: you spoke to the taliban? >> yeah. >> stephen: did you call 1-800-taliban? how does one get in touch with the taliban? >> well... so, you know, you talk to someone who actually has connections with the taliban. >> stephen: who would that be, sarah. let me write this down so i can call the authorities here. who do you know who has
>> so we have been working with this wonderful reporter, so he's based in islamabad, and he knows all these guys. he grew up with a lot of them. >> stephen: so you pick up the phone and call and the taliban picks up? >> what you have do, actually, is because they're all worried about being listened to, seam had to get him basically a burper phone to do it. so that we could safely -- >> what was it like? first of all, do, they listen to the podcast? >> i mean, sammy told me, yeah, that they have listened to it, yeah. ( applause ). >> stephen: and-- and-- do they like it? ( laughter ) >> i mean,. >> stephen: do they like it? >> yeah. ( laughter ) >> stephen: that's aeate blurb-- "the taliban likes it." you're going to two a week now, right? aren't you going to two a week now? >> well, there are two meanings
other week or twis a week. we're doing the every other week. >> stephen: all it says on this card is "biweekly." >> my whole office -- >> and the word "biweekly" swings both ways. well, the next episode of "serial "comes out tomorrow, right? >> tomorrow. >> stephen: we're looking forward to it. >> me, too! ( laughter ). >> stephen: and you know who else is? the taliban. ( laughter ) sarah koenig, everybody. we'll be right back. thank you so much. ( applause ) indulgence... no longer comes at a price. well, actually it does... but it's just $9.99 new hot shot whisky chicken applebee's grill & bar favorites made a little better for you. featuring new dishes loaded with flavor, and all under 650 calories. boom. told ya. hey know it alls, you're welcome. now that t-mobile has double the
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>> thank you, and also with you. >> stephen: we're going to cook here in just a second. first i want to talk to you just a little quick thing going on in your career. you're about to get a lifetime run-dmc. congratulations. >> we'll be the first rappers to ever get it. >> stephen: the first rappers achievement. >> it's a platinum grammy. >> stephen: what? i got two gold grammys. >> two gold grammys still doesn't equal one platinum grammy. but it's still good! >> stephen: no, i understand. >> i didn't want to, like, let go of my power, but i wanted to let you know that's good. >> stephen: i understand. you gotta speak the truth. >> i can't lie. i have a collar on. >> stephen: you have donee so many things-- rap pioneer, a minister, a reality star. now you're cook. >> yes, on the cooking channel. >> stephen: on the cooking channel. show is called. >> "rev run's sunday suppers." >> stephen: but ironically, it's on wednesdays. why not have it on sundays so people can watch it and cook
>> i don't know why they did that, but i'm happy. it's good rate ratings. it's the number one show on the cooking channel. >> stephen: is it? congratulations? give me a taste of those ratings. walk me through what a sunday surp might be with rev run. >> we're going to make kabobs. this is beef steakica book. you be the suis chef, and i'll be the chef. you take the steak and put it on-- the. >> stephen: the kabob. >> take a piece of fruit. >> stephen: meat and fruit. i've never done it that way. what now? >> then you put another piece of meat. >> stephen: what do you hope people get from the show? i know from "run's house" it was all about love. what count to get out of this? >> everybody actually these days is in fast food and nobody is hanging out and being together, and everybody is on their cell phones. so i wanted to bring people together. i wanted people to have one day
family sits down. and i'm an old-fashioned type of guy. >> stephen: as a dad-- how many kids do you have? >> six. a lot. >> stephen: wow! >> the reverend been bn working. ( laughter ). >> stephen: he hab-- >> rockin' '. >> stephen: exactly. do you allow things at the kitchen table? are there electronic-- >> zero. >> stephen: none of that? >> no cell phones. i get a bag -- >> all right ( applause ) put it on here. can i cress it once i get it on there? >> you tick ktake it -- >> a little marinade. are kids allowed-- the whole thing is to keep them at the table when they're at the table. are they allowed to get up to leave? >> you can have a bathroom break but that's it. >> stephen: really? >> first i say a prayer. we have a nice meal. we laugh. we talk. again, old fashioned. and then when the dinner's over, you're skewed. but not until then. >> stephen: how many boys do you have?
>> stephen: i have two boys. >> you have two boys. >> stephen: and i'm not sure i would give them sharp ipstruments at dinner. it would turn into a sword. >> i gave it to you and trusted you wouldn't point it at me, but, hey, i was wrong. ( laughter ). >> stephen: you know what i'd like to say? if one of the kids tries get up and leave the meal, you're a reverend, you can try this. >> tell me. >> stephen: just say, "children, do you know who the first one was to leave the last supper? judas." they will sit back down. so we've done this. let's let this cook. we have our finished ones right here. what are we going to serve on the side? >> this is a little roasted potatoes, a little bit of roasted carrots go with that. do you like it. >> stephen: i love it. >> do you like to cook at home. >> stephen: i love cook at home. i think of this show like a meal inspect. in the morning, what happened today, we chock chopit up, turn it into jokes. ( applause ). >> so life it like cooking. >> stephen: rub a little bit of that on it. yeah, life it like cooking.
>> stephen: we absolutely are. kabob. that's an interesting combination. >> we are. now, this is called hot chocky. >> stephen: is that different than hot chocolate. >> it's just something i wanted to say really quick. i thought it's in my mind, i'm on tv, i can say what i want. it makes no sense. >> you're rev run, the platinum grammy, carte blanche. >> preach on a sunday, rap on a monday. chocky. >> i like that. i like whipped cream. what do you like on your hot chocky. >> i like whipped cream. the rest is null and void. >> stephen: here we go. >> to you. >> stephen: season 3 of "rev run's sunday suppers" premieres wednesday, january 27, at 10 p.m. on the cooking channel!
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feel the love tonight it's the late, late show >> ladies and gentlemen, all the way frommateens, georgia, give it up for your host, the one, the only, james corden! (cheers and applause). >> james: welcome to the "late, late show." welcome to you. so awesome that you are here. thank you so much, cheers, guys, thank you, thanks for being here, ladies and gentlemen, the iowa caucuses are a mere two weeks away. and there was a huge development yesterday. because donald trump received a
governor of alaska sarah palin. >> so great to be in iowa, we're here just tha-wing out. are you ready to make america great again? you ready for a commander in chief who will let our warriors do their job and go kick isis ass! >> james: i mean you just know that john mccain is on his couch at home watching the tv like donald, dude, this is a bad idea. (laughter) trust me. but i mean this whole speech was particularly confusing. take a look at this. >> looking around at all of you, you hard workin, iowa families, you teachers and teamsters and cooks, you rockin' rollers, holy rollers! >> james: she sounds like a dr. seuss book. (laughter) if dr. seuss wanted to deport all of the sneetches and woozles. at one point paltin tells the
putting their reputations at risk by supporting donald trump. so what kind of reputations do they have? i'm pretty sure most of them are like, i just came out to see people from the tv. you know you just know that there was one guy there who was like wow, the guy from "the apprentice" and tina fey. (applause) but you want to watch how sarah palin ended her speech. >> no more pussyfootin around. >> james: no more pussyfootin around, i have to say, i was so relieved to hear her add the words footin around. i was very worried for a secretary about her new policy proposal am but one person who is not getting such a ringing endorsement is ted cruz whose old college roommate craig mazin has taken to twitter to inform the world that ted cruz is the worst.
the hangover 2-and-3 and if there is anyone on earth who can identify something as the worst it is the guy who wrote the hangover 3. (laughter) we can all agree on that. but his tweets are pretty enlightening when it comes to ted cruz. this is one of his tweets. he put as a freshman i would get into senior parties because i was ted's roommate, out of pity. he was that widely loathed. it's his superpower. now look, everybody has a roommate that they hated. but now imagine if one day you woke up and that roommate was running for president. it would be horrifying. so you just want to turn up to every press conference and stand at the back and go why done you tell them what you did to my pretzel's ted. yeah, you remember? yeah, yeah,no, i'm not going shut up. you tell them about the pretzel's ted. no one eats pretzels like that,
just saying he had sex with pretzels. it's a joke, not true, he didn't really. but the tweeting has done wonders for craig mazin who apparently gained quite a following. he said he put i have 30,000 followers now. and all i had to do was be stuck in a room with ted cruz for a year. i'm sure you are all nice, but so not worth it. (laughter) this guy did not like ted cruz. but ted has had a rough week. he didn't get his old friend sarah palin's endorsement. he's getting roasted on twitter. could you almost feel bad for the guy. and then you watch this and you get over it pretty quick. >> machine gun bacon. (laughter). >> james: do we have a look and see without our guests are on the show tonight? (cheers and applause). >> james: in the red room, you
and now he stars on a new drama "colonnee," the always hand some, always brilliant plrks josh holloway is here tonight. how are you? how are you do smg? >> i'm doing great. >> james: you look great, you look great. >> you look great. >> james: no, you look great. >> you look fantastic. watch out, i'm coming to get you. >> james: stop it. don't you write checks that your butt can't cash. telling you, holloway, don't you start something that you can't finish. >> copy, sir. >> james: don't you think this, josh about josh, not many men could get away with that hair and look that handsome, am i wrong, reg? hey, josh-- give us a full on, give us a full on, like, you know what i mean, like l'oreal cuz you're worth it. >> oh, gosh. >> james: give us one, go. josh holloway, everybody. beautiful. (cheers and applause).
what an honor to have him her, is he an incredible acker, you know him from "oz," "juno" and "whiplash," we're so excited that he is here. mr. j.k. simmons is here today. (cheers and applause) hey, j.k., how are you? >> how are you. >> james: nice to see you. >> you too. i'm a little worried though that you are sexually harassing josh about his butt and then talking about hair which is not my favorite topic. >> james: no, but you are doing well on the face, though, facially. >> cuz it's covered with hair. >> james: this is a good beard. >> thank you. >> james: who do we have behind you, j.k. >> i thought it was bring your daughter to work day here today, so this is olivia. >> james: oh, look at olivia simmons. say hello, olivia. hi. look at that, j.k. simmons, everybody. (cheers and applause) >> and ton we've got some music, the x ambassadors are dropping in with their new single
are you ready to do this, reg? >> reggie: yeah. >> james: good, then he's reggie watts, i'm james corden and this, this is the "late, late show." roll the the late, late show, oh, oh the late, late show, ooh the late, late show, oh, oh the late, late show oh, oh the late, late show (cheers and applause). >> james: loud crowd tonight, thanks so much for coming out. are you okay, reg, are you all right? are you okay? >> reggie: yeah. >> james: what are you doing? >> reggie: i'm superjazzed. >> james: why? >> reggie: i got up there, i got up this morning, around 5 a.m. like i always do, came to the studio and i was just like, i was like i got to do this thing. and i'm real excited to show you what this thing is. >> james: what is it?
>> reggie: i've been working very dill gently and hard on ice scrupting-- scu lpting. >> james: really? >> reggie: i asked the producers. and they said yeah, i can show them. >> james: so you have some here tonight? >> reggie: yeah. do you want to see them? >> james: of course we would like to see them, wouldn't we, guys? (cheers and applause). >> reggie: okay. curtain opening music. reveal the sculptures. (applause). >> james: reg, they look like they might have melted, no? >> reggie: i did-- . >> james: i'm not sure you thought this true. >> reggie: i didn't account for the heat of the lights and also just leaving them out for hours. (laughter).
>> reggie: you know what, though, i can tell you what they were. and i think you will be able to still see them, they are still most of the structure left. will you see it. >> james: okay. >> reggie: okay. so this obviously, you'll see this right away. this is an eagle that is disappointed in the food that it's caught. (laughter). >> james: yeah, now you say it, it's clear as day, isn't it, gang? got it, yeah. >> reggie: good. so that one. >> james: what is this one. >> reggie: you are going to love this, this is so cool. this used to be a rectangle. and now it's not as much of a rectangle any more. >> james: that's what you were building. >> reggie: i was building it, yeah. i wanted it to really not be a rectangle but most importantly i wanted it to be something you could rest your arm, something you put your arm in, or something you could put your keys inside of, or something like that. >> james: your keys?
>> james: it's a place to keep your keys. >> reggie: yeah, cuz it's protected. look at this. you can't get through that. >> james: right, yes, now, yes, it makes total sefnlts it's brilliant, okay. got it, right. amazing. and this-- and what's-- what was this one? >> reggie: so everyone knows what this is, i think you guys know. (cheers and applause). >> reggie: okay, cool. pretty obvious. cuz are you at a different angle cuz you can't quite see it they are getting that perfect angle. this is a bust of you. (laughter). >> james: well, do you-- that's supposed to be me? (laughter). >> james: is it, though? >> reggie: it's fairly melted. i mean the only thing-- this part here is melted but everything else, this saul in tact, this is how it was yeah. do you think it's actually-- do you think-- do you have the technology at all to have a
james' face and also this simultaneously? (cheers and applause) yeah, so if you-- yeah, if you get down lower, yeah, and then maybe turn to the side. >> james: turn where? >> reggie: a little to the left. perfect. and kind of look down a little bit. >> james: right. >> zoom in, zoom in, and you're going to see it. >> james: now you say t it's uncanny, reg, it really is. >> reggie: so you see it here. >> james: and there say little bit right there. and all of this, that's-- pretty much it. here's the nose. >> right. eyes are right here. >> james: got it. >> reggie: well, that's amazing. like why don't-- just take me out of the screen, just go to the block, look. stick around, we'll be right
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>> james: welcome back. now i love, i love the local news here in america. i can't get enough of it. and luckily there is seemingly no end to it. so we decided to play a game with local news clips. it's time for "none of the above." (cheers and applause) nonof the above >> james: okay, so who would like to play? who would like to play? (cheers and applause). >> james: who would like to play? you want to play? you want to play? come here. come stand here, hi, how are you, what is your name. >> ellen. >> james: where are you from. >> chino hills, california. >> james: okay, so how far away is that from where we are right now? >> about like 45 minutes. >> james: okay, and in traffic, four or five hours. >> pretty much. >> james: good, well, thank you for being here. let's take a look at this first story. this comes to us from pensacola, florida. now a large amount of disaj was done after a car ran right through two small business
take a look. >> james. >> and now to the story about that vehicle slamming too several businesses in pensacola. >> fortunately both offices were empty sunday morning when the car came plowing through. the driver telling police he was trying-- . >> james: okay, so unbelievable. but what was it that the driver told police he was trying to do was it a, trying to get home in time for the football game. b, trying to turn off the cruise control. c, trying to hit a squirrel. or d, none of the of about. what do you think? >> i'm going to go with none of the above. >> james: okay y is that? why is that the choice. >> cuz the other ones just seem a little ridiculous. >> james: okay. well, let's have a look and see if are you right. >> the driver telling police he was trying to time travel. (laughter). >> james: time travel, thank you so much for playing, ellen.
(applause) okay. come here. come here, how are you, sir. >> good, how are you. >> james: good, nice to me, what is your name. >> steven. >> james: where are you from. >> we live in costa messa right now. >> james: means nothing to me, i don't know where that is. >> orange county. >> james: oh, are you in the oc. >> yeah. >> james: is it like the tv show. >> no. >> james: that's a shame. let's take a look. this next clip comes to us from msnbc where political pundits are talking about donald trump. >> the screamers and the crazy people on the alt right, as they call it, think trump is the greatest thing. oh, it's somethingment but the fact of the matter is most of them are-- . >> james: so most of them are what. is it most of them are a, people who want to make america great again. b, longtime viewers of the apprentice. c, infatuated with his hair.
what do you think? >> c, the hair. >> james: you think it's the hair. >> the hair. >> james: you think it's the hair. >> the hair. >> james: okay, the game is called "none of the above." >> none of the above. >> james: the game is called none of the above but you think it's c. >> i like the answer. >> james: you think it's c. >> i like the answer. >> james: okay. so you are going to stick with d. >> none of the above is the final answer. >> james: you're changing your mind. >> i'm changing to d, i'm going d. >> james: you are adorable. isn't he adorable. is he everybody's best friend. >> yes. >> james: really? oh, he will kill someone one day. (laughter) >> but the fact of the mat certificate most of them are childless single men who masturbate to anime. >> james: childless single men who masturbate to anime. thank you so much for playing. take a seat, sir. anybody else? wants to play. do you want to play.
i'm coming down. hang on. i'm coming down the aisle. would you like to the ass or the crutch. >> the ass. >> james: of course you do. there it is. (applause) tuck it in. i'm not a piece of meat. okay. how are you? >> good, how are you? >> james: i'm good what is your name. >> sham. >> james: nice to might, where you are from. >> i'm from tor ans, california. >> james: again, no idea what that means. >> south bay. >> james: again, no idea what that means. >> l.a. >> james: you're from l.a., i know exactly what that is. all right. so let's take a look. this next story comes to us from pix11 new york. now during their morning broadcast the anchors were having a little bit of fun with the weather girl before her report. take a look. >> all right, let's turn over to
was saying it sounds like a broken record. but honestly i feel like for a broken record, that is the best song ever. >> play that song. >> you got it. >> james: okay. you got it, what does she then say, is it okay, you got it, guys. b, okay, you got it friends. c, okay, you got it, kori which is the news anchor's name, or d, none of the above. >> i'm going to go with none of the above. >> james: what made you-- what made you want to go for it as none of the above. >> i'm just feeling it. >> james: you got a feeling. that. let's have a look and see if are you write. >> i feel like a broken record, this is the best song. >> play that song. >> you got it, daddy z. >> james: who, she is an adult, just call him dad. thank you so much for playing, have a seat. play. all right. oh, how are you? >> i'm good, how are you. >> james: nice to see you. what is your name within my name