tv Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC February 12, 2015 12:36am-1:38am PST
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- william h. macy. nba analyst kenny smith. music from the districts. featuring the 8g band with fred armisen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] and now, here he is, seth meyers! ♪ >> seth: good evening, everybody, i'm seth meyers, this is "late night," how is
everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] good to hear. very good to hear. you guys, big political news this morning president obama asked congress to formally authorize the use of force against isis. or as congress put it, "you guys, he finally popped the question. he finally asked us to authorize force, you guys. i thought he was going to wait until valentine's day, but he did it today." [ laughter ] that is my impression of everyone in congress talking at once. it's very high pitched when they all do it at the same time. this is unbelievable. apple closed tuesday's trading day on wall street as the first ever american company worth $700 billion. $700 billion. and now, instead of saying what can i help you with? siri says, "what the hell do you
want?" [ laughter ] "i'm sorry, i didn't get that. you think i want to help you find a starbucks?" kanye west -- this is interesting kayne west told ryan seacrest this morning, that he plans to record a song with taylor swift, when she least expects it. [ laughter ] his style. that's his style. not sure how to feel about this. a lawmaker in tennessee is pushing to make the bible the official state book. make the bible the official state book of tennessee. it would replace tennessee's current state book, the menu at cracker barrel. [ laughter ] so, that's interesting. that's an upgrade. it's longer. [ applause ] disney has announced that it will be launching eight star wars themed cruises next year. the first three will be great, but the rest will suck.
[ laughter and applause ] get on -- you can't -- and it's weird because the first three are four, five and six. so it's very confusing. listen to this a woman was arrested this week after she admitted to purchasing gasoline, driving to his ex-boyfriend's house and using it to set his new girlfriend's car on fire. she's now facing five years in prison and up to three country music awards. [ laughter ] that's pretty exciting. i'm happy for her. [ applause ] and finally a man in florida was charged with posession of marijuana after police noticed a green leafy substance all over his sweater, but then they realized it was kale and they shot him. ladies and gentlemen, this is the 8g band. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: how are we doing, 8g band?
so, lovely to see you. great to see you fred. everything good? >> fred: great. >> seth: are you getting excited for the snl 40th? >> fred: yeah, i can't wait. >> seth: that's sunday night, you're going to be there, yeah? >> fred: huh? yes. >> seth: okay, good. i'm gonna be there too. it'll be really fun. and you know it's amazing, you know i see you all the time. i'm going to see you on sunday. so this weekend i'll get to see you as well. but, yet even in the little time that we don't see each other, you manage to accomplish all these amazing things. and i do worry sometimes that people who watch at home, might think you're coming up with the answers to these questions off the top of your head. that you're just making up lies and presenting them as truths. i know you wouldn't do that, because we're too good a friend for you to do that to me, you know? [ laughter ] but anyways i heard backstage that you were saying, you were saying to people that you know, a lot of times guys will forget about valentine's day. and you've developed a new service for people this is, guys can call if they forgot about valentine's day, is this true? >> fred: that's right. you can call a section of the zoo where they keep the walruses
and what happens is, you know, the walruses make so much noise, that once you call it just reminds you to please remember valentine's day. [ laughter ] so it's a sort of walrus call. >> seth: wow! this doesn't make much sense to me at all. so, the walrus noise, i call this service. >> fred: yes. >> seth: but, again if i call the service, that means i've -- i know i've forgotten valentine's day, you know what i mean? like i am like, "oh, i forgot." i thought, you know, the service would help plan a night for somebody, get a gift. but then you what? you patch them through to walrus noises? >> fred: no, i think what happens is, once you realize, i think i forgot something, i don't know what that is. once it goes through to the walrus department at the zoo, then that's when you're like, i remember what this is about, this is about the fact that i always forget valentine's day. >> seth: got ya. but again, i have to remember a phone number. it seems like if i remember the phone number, it's hard to
imagine that i would remember that much and not why i'm calling. >> fred: yeah, but, you can, again, everything over and over it's not going to make it any more clear to you. >> seth: okay. >> fred: if you don't understand you don't have to partake in this. [ laughter ] this is something that you -- you know, if -- i think the people who really care about valentine's day will be a part of this. if you don't want to do it, great, you know. that's totally your choice. that's great. buti it's something that i'm going to go this year definitely, call in, it's just that noise is just so memorable. you're like, valentine's day. [ laughter ] >> seth: walruses, thank you fred. that's so awesome. what's the service called? >> fred: 911. >> seth: what? >> fred: 911. >> seth: 911. [ laughter ] that's a terrible name. >> fred: spelled out. >> seth: no, just don't. very excited tomorrow we're having some people on from the westminster dog show, and this is the more exciting part, they're going to bring some dogs. and they're bringing an italian greyhound, an award winning, one of the top shelf italian greyhounds. i'm going to bring my italian greyhound frisbee. we're going to get the honest
assessment from the westminster people to see exactly how good my dog is. and i'm real worried. as worried as i am, i think frisbee's even more worried. she's only been on the show one other time with martha stewart and her dog. and martha stewart's dog sexually assaulted my dog. [ laughter ] for frisbee this isn't a safe place, and now i have to bring her back here and basically see how she can run with the big dogs, although she can't, because she's seven pounds. but, i'm very excited about that, so tune in tomorrow if you want to see frisbee try to top her last appearance on the show. you guys we have such an excellent show for you tonight. william h. macy is here. [ cheers and applause ] can't wait to talk to him. also joining us to discuss the upcoming all-star weekend here in new york, two-time nba champion and analyst from "inside the nba" kenny smith will be joining us. [ cheers and applause ] and we will have music from the districts. [ cheers and applause ] so, as many of you know, as we
mentioned, "50 shades of grey" comes out in theaters this weekend. the film is based on the first book in the "50 shades" trilogy. the second book is called "50 shades darker" and the third is called "50 shades freed." well, this is very exciting because tonight in a "late night" exclusive, we have gotten our hands on an early copy of the fourth book -- the new fourth book in the series, "50 shades married." [ laughter ] now, this follows the married life of christian grey and anna 15 years later. i'd like to read a few select passages for you. but, i should warn you, this material is explicit, it's steamy hot. so, without further ado, here is "50 shades married." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ christian filled with desire bounded into the kitchen. he knew what he wanted. he came up behind anna and grabbed her shoulders. "not now," she said, "i'm trying to figure out this verizon fios
bill." [ laughter ] christian exhaled deeply. "christian junior comes back from baseball practice in 45 minutes, it's now or never." "look" anna said, in a near whisper, "i have to call my mom. that will probably take an hour." but then suddenly, reaching out and touching her soft hands to his hot chest, she added, "did you remember to go to home depot and return the dehumidifier?" [ laughter ] in a low carnal growl, christian responded, "no, i forgot. shoot. what did i do with that receipt." wow! that is hot stuff. very, very hot stuff. [ applause ] let's read another passage. christian touched the small of anna's back, "hey, did you turn on the timer on the sprinkler system?" anna bit her lower lip.
"no, i thought you did." christian's body became flush. a bead of sweat dripped from his brow. "for crying out loud, anna, these azaleas are going to die. and that's new sod out there." anna could no longer fight the sweet release. "sorry, mr. perfect, at least i'm not the one who thought it was okay to take me to buffalo wild wings for our anniversary." [ laughter ] "you going to keep throwing that in my face?" christain roared like an untamed lion. "you like the burgers there." through gritted teeth anna responded. "if you ever listened, you would know i like the burgers at red robin. now, pull over at the post office, we need stamps." [ laughter ] whoo, kinky. kinky business. [ applause ] let's read one more. christian and anna found themselves in the attic, it was hot up there, like a sauna.
their sweaty bodies brushed up against one another, as they sorted through boxes for their yard sale. "what do you want to do with this old set of golf clubs," anna asked in that sultry tone of hers. "those calloways i actually might use those," he responed. "fine, whatever," she said, rolling her eyes. christian's biceps flexed as he lifted another box on to a table and began looking through it, "hey, anna," he said, "what do you want to do with our old blindfolds, handcuffs, anal beads, ball gags, nipple clamps, steel butt plugs and glass didlo?" [ laughter ] "throw them in the trash," she said. and then with a devilish glint in her eye she slinked over to the box and grabbed the glass dildo. except for this. make sure you put this in recycling. [ laughter and applause ] whoo, "50 shades married." that's the movie i can't wait for. we'll be right back with more
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talk about something kind of personal. and i'm sort of hoping that through sharing with you i could maybe get some closure and, well, make some amends. so, in high school i did something i'm not too proud of. [ applause ] umm. sorry. okay. so, when i was a senior in high school, a friend and i decided to ditch school during lunch to go drink vodka in the woods. [ applause ] i'm sorry. what's going on? i'm sorry steve, steve is someone hitting the applause button? >> you bet, seth. >> seth: yeah, i'm just trying to have a serious moment up here, why would you think i want applause? >> well we got your note about wanting your nephew derrick to help out with the applause response. and it's got your signature and everything. [ applause ] >> seth: all right. you know what? derrick, derrick, get over here. get over here derrick. i am really sorry about this everyone, my 14-year-old nephew derrick is in town, and i told his mom i'd look after him.
but, it looks like i can't keep him out of my sight for five seconds. so, now he has to sit with me here at the desk where he can't get in any trouble. >> hi, uncle seth. nice nose job. >> seth: i didn't get a nose job. >> well maybe you should. [ applause ] >> seth: give me this. how long is this cord. that's not cool, man, it was very disrespectful of you, derrick. >> i'm sorry. i guess i just thought, if i could make people laugh like you do, maybe you'd respect me. [ audience aws ] i'm sorry, i'm just such a dumb jerk. >> seth: derrick, no, look, i do. i do respect you and you're not a dumb jerk. and actually you know what i think you could learn something from this story i'm about to tell. so, how does that sound? >> okay. >> seth: okay, great. so, anyways, me and robbie latin went to the woods to drink vodka
out of a water bottle. [ audience ohs ] but, i drank a little too much. [ audience ahs ] okay, what's up? >> i have this sound board with this tihs app that i made in my computer class. isn't that cool. [ laughter ] [ whistle ] [ splat ] [ farts ] >> seth: do you really think that's appropriate? [ laughter ] [ farts ] [ farts ] [ laughter ] [ farts ] [ laughter ]
[ farts ] [ laughter ] >> come on. uncle seth, it's supposed to be a comedy show. everyone's having a great time. is everybody having a good time? [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: stop it. stop it. derrick, i don't get it. what's going on? we used to be pals. remember that time i took you to the franklin institute, we ate astronaut ice cream, and we walked around the giant human heart? i mean, what happened to that kid in you? >> well, to be honest, i guess it's just -- i don't get to hang out with you that much. and every time i do, you're always so busy with your late night talk show, and i think i just acted out because i wanted attention. i know that sounds super lame. >> seth: no, no. it's not lame, derrick. and i'm sorry i haven't had a lot of time lately, but i actually have some big plans for us after the show. >> no way! you're going to teach me to drive.
>> seth: yeah, just like i was telling you. your mom said i could take you to the costco parking lot. >> uncle seth, you are the coolest ever. you know, i got something for you. >> seth: oh, you did? what is it? >> it's a scrapbook of all the times we hung out. but -- no it's super dumb, just forget it. >> seth: derrick, that sounds like an incredibly thoughtful gift, i would love to see it. but, i do have to say in the past every single time you told me you have something to show me, you reach into your backpack and pull out your hand and you would give me the middle finger. [ laughter ] >> uncle seth, i promise it's not that. okay? >> seth: oh, my god.
derrick and uncle seth, you did make a book. this is incredible derrick. oh, my god. it's pictures of us. here we are eating astronaut ice cream, it's amazing. >> turn to the last page. >> seth: oh, my god. of course, i totally will. [ laughter ] you're a bad kid, derek. you're a bad kid. [ applause ] >> it's for you. >> seth: yeah, i know who it's for. you're a bad kid. we'll be right back with william h. macy. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ with straight talk wireless you get the same phones, same 4g lte networks, for half the cost. it's straightforward. but if that's too straight, try this. ♪ same networks for half the cost? >>a bold statement! delicious;
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the cops. >> i was just admiring your organizational skills. you're a wonder. >> get a job, frank. >> well now why would i do that, gail? i'd just be depriving you and your tax paying civil service working, church going buddies the great privilege of supporting me and mine. i have a dream gail, that one day i will awaken with a baby just like you. underneath me. >> seth: please welcome william h. macy. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ welcome. is it nice to see fred here? >> it is nice to see fred here. >> fred: thank you. >> seth: congradulations, you just -- you won a sag award for "shameless." >> thank you. >> seth: very exciting. [ cheers and applause ] and you said you always write speeches for all the awards you
were nominated for. but of course, then you won, and you basically admitted that this is the one time you didn't. >> i didn't, every actor knows it. you get home, take off your tuxedo and there's a speech which is better than any speech that night. >> seth: right. >> that you didn't get to give. >> seth: is that sad, where you find -- you come home, you know it was an honor to be nominated and then you realize that you have your speech. >> i used to think that those awards ceremonies were really sort of exploitive of our hard work and just for publicity purposes. until you win one, and then you realize, it's the people -- it's the people's voice wanting to be heard. >> seth: yes, and you have to let the people speak. you have to let them speak. >> and there is suddenly equilibrium in the world. and things are as they should be. >> seth: was it thrilling then to speak off the top of your head when you won? i mean you must have been excited to win. >> no, don't do that. >> seth: don't do it. okay. >> very bad idea. write a speech. >> seth: but you gave a very specific shout out to your wife, and that's nice. because i would think the biggest fear would be forgetting a loved one when you do one of the top of your head. >> that would be a bad thing. >> seth: what was your shout out to your wife?
>> it's an odd thing. every night when we get in bed, or almost every night, my wife says i just love that we get to get in bed together every night. i'm a lucky guy. >> seth: that's a really lovely thing to hear. [ audience aws ] >> isn't it? >> seth: usually when i get in bed, my wife already has her eye shades and earplugs. she doesn't know i'm there. [ laughter ] >> my wife wears that stuff too. >> seth: yeah. >> i mean, she wears more clothes at night than she does during the day. she's got helmets and boots. >> seth: exactly. it looks like a catcher coming out of the bullpen when she walks out. >> yeah. >> seth: but that's nice that you gave her a shout out. so that -- you accomplished that. >> yeah. and to my kids. that was a good thing. >> seth: that's good. so you really did a good job. congradulations. >> i did. but don't do it. >> seth: don't do it. >> if you ever get the chance. >> seth: also don't do it. >> yeah. >> seth: now, your show, this has happened with a lot of shows, you started as a drama, and now you are considered a comedy. and in your fourth season you are considered a comedy? >> it doesn't happen to a lot of shows. i think it was unprecedented. >> seth: but it's happened a few times. "orange is the new black" they switched. >> they did. >> seth: yeah. and you -- at the same time, it feels like -- it must feel like
the same show to you guys internally. >> well, it is. the irony is, after four hilarious years, i got nominated in the comedy category, and i spent 12 episodes dying of liver failure. [ laughter ] i was in bed the whole time. >> seth: yeah. >> i lost a trillion pounds, they painted me yellow, i looked like warmed over death. >> seth: that is funny. >> that's funny. [ laughter ] >> seth: and you're directing. you directed an episode this year? you directed a film this year. >> that's my new passion. at this point in my career, it's lovely. i directed a film called "rutterless", which was pretty successful. and i directed an episode of "shameless," which was an eye opener. that's tough -- that's a tough job. >> seth: yeah, and you know, obviously being on the other side, did you have to direct yourself? >> i did. >> seth: how was that? >> oh, my god, he was insufferable. >> seth: just hard to deal with. that's what i hear. yeah. >> it sucks hippo [ bleep ].
it's awful, i hate it. [ laughter ] did i say that out loud? >> seth: you did, but that's alright. >> okay. >> seth: and you worked with so many famous directors over the years, you know, the coen brothers. david mamet. paul thomas anderson. when you -- do you pull from them when do you feel like when you're directing? >> sure, sure. i mean nothing can prepare you for it, but paul anderson loves movies, he's got an indefatigable knowledge of films, he's having a great time. dave mamet, a newsletter, he's big on -- the gag real in his films is longer than the feature. >> seth: really? >> yeah. >> seth: cause you wouldn't think when you watch a david mamet film there would be a lot of gags. >> hysterical. >> seth: wow. >> hysterical. he once had the teamster captain play the belk -- the guy at the hotel, the desk clerk. and he said you've got to do everything at the exact right time man, cause we're gonna be on the camera. he sent him away to wardrobe and then he hot glued the entire top of the desk down. it was great to see. >> seth: we were talking
backstage about "boogy nights." a film that was -- i think for a lot of people, maybe they got familiar with your work. >> could be. >> seth: and you -- but such an interesting film obviously, it's about the adult film industry. and you were talking about how -- i heard a story about how the extras didn't quite know what they were in for? >> well, you'll bleep this one. >> seth: okay, good. >> it was when, my pants are too short, man. >> seth: that's all right. we'll just cgi it. >> bring them down to there? >> seth: just bring them down. is that where you'd like them? >> fix it. >> seth: ever since you turned into a director. [ laughter ] >> dirk diggler who is the guy in the film, he wins the academy award of porn, which is a real thing that they do in vegas, and we were shooting that scene, and so there were about 150 extras and they were told to dress in their finest '70s gear. >> seth: okay. >> dress to the nines and that's
all they knew, except it was a burt reynolds movie. >> seth: okay, so they're excited, they're just extras dressed -- they're having the time of their lives. >> paul comes in and says, "when they announce the winner, i want you applaud" -- can we run that once, so melora walters -- i don't know you're gonna -- >> seth: this will be fine. we'll see how many bleeps we actually need to use. >> malora walters gets up, and she has this great little voice, and she said, "and the winner is -- oh, and i can't wait to get his big [ bleep ] in my [ bleep ] or my [ bleep ] -- derek diggler. [ laughter and applause ] and there's stunned silence. >> seth: yeah. >> 100 people just sit there. and then they all got up, and gathered up their stuff and got in their cars and drove off. [ laughter ] >> seth: they didn't want to be in that movie. >> yeah we had to go find 50 more extras. >> seth: you had to go to worst -- the lesser extra place. >> yeah. this time paul described the scene to people before -- >> seth: and then david mamet, i
didn't realize this, you've known him forever? >> yeah. he was my teacher in college. >> seth: he was your teacher in college? what was david mamet like as a teacher? >> he's the smartest guy i've ever met. he's a walking, talking rootin' tootin' genius. he was a bit of a -- i went to a hippie college, called goddard college, no tests, no grades, no requirements, just -- >> seth: okay i got ya. [ laughter ] that's the diploma they rolled up into a joint? [ laughter ] >> yes, it's an edible. [ seth laughing ] and mamet said, we had to be on time. >> seth: yeah, well that's the thing. >> can you imagine? >> seth: you know again, i've never met mamet, but i only know him from his writing, he seems like a person who's very clipped, very severe. >> yeah. >> seth: and is that how he's like as a person? >> well he thinks the theater is a sacred place, and if you don't want to treat it that way, he doesn't want you in the business. >> seth: yeah. >> god bless him for that. but he's got a wicked cool sense of humor. but yeah, he was a task master, and he basically taught me everything i know. >> seth: that's great. and you guys are still friends since. >> yeah, we are. >> seth: that's a really good thing in this business.
friends are a good thing. >> yep. >> seth: well thank you so much for being here. >> thank you for having me. >> seth: it's such an honor to consider have you. everybody, william h. macy. new episodes of "shameless" air sunday nights on showtime. we'll be right back with kenny smith. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ spray this. drive that. wear this. shave that. be a man. lift big. chug this. stare sexy. swing hard. smile cool. be a man. be a man. be a man. if you need to be told how to be a man, taco bell's triple steak stack isn't for you. steak. steak. and more steak. with cheese. on flatbread. only at taco bell.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: our next guest tonight is a two-time nba champion and analyst for tnt's emmy-award winning "inside the nba." he'll be contributing to tnt's exclusive all-star coverage this weekend including sunday's game at madison square guarden right here in new york, please welcome kenny smith. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: how are you? >> i'm good, man. >> seth: you look like a million bucks. >> i wish i had a million in here. >> seth: once you pay for it, you don't have anything. >> less than a million. >> seth: yeah. this must be exciting for you, your hometown of new york? >> yeah. >> seth: good to be back? >> kind of. [ cheers ] i love new york. queens, love queens, born and raised.
but everyone thinks i'm like lebron james and have tickets to everything. >> seth: right. >> like i'm not playing, i'm only announcing the game. >> seth: so you're getting hit up a lot of family and friends. >> oh hit up. oh my gosh. it's like i have three cousins, i just met back here with you. that i didn't know i had. [ laughter ] >> seth: well, that's a problem with smith as a last name. everyone is like, hey you remember me? >> mr. meyers, yeah. everyone knows that. >> seth: and this is your 16th all-star game. now, what's the most exciting part of it, the game of course doesn't really matter. it becomes a little bit of an exhibition. what is the weekend like for you? >> the weekend's fun. it's kind of like the ancillary events are great, because it's like walking through a hotel lobby seeing your trading cards. walking in and you see like, there's dr. j., then there's lebron, then there's oscar robinson. the past, present, the future all kind of mingling together. i was a basketball fan before i was good at it. >> seth: right. >> so for me, this is like being a kid again. chasing people for autographs. >> seth: what -- do you have a most memorable all-star game
looking back? >> actually, not any one i participated in, it's the magic johnson coming back. >> seth: sure, yeah. >> that was big. because what magic did is, he changed societies thought process of not only hiv and aids and everything else, but how you react to people who are in need. i just thought that was a great moment. >> seth: yeah that's probably one of the most special all-star games in any sport looking back. so you -- obviously your show, we mentioned emmy award winning, i have to say, it's one of the best panel shows about sports, any sport. >> we have fun. >> seth: you, shaq, barkley, ernie, and shaq was on, and he said that he goes after barkley on twitter, because he knows that barkley doesn't have a twitter account and will never see it. >> right, right. [ laughter ] >> seth: but you've tried to help chuck with the internet, yes? >> well he's deficient in the area of technology. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> four years ago, he just got his first laptop. and so i'm showing him how to use this thing called the internet. >> seth: right. >> and so -- no, he called it --
teach me how to use the www. [ laughter ] >> seth: it's a little bit dated. well that's nice of you to help him out. >> no question. >> seth: for new yorkers, the knicks. tell us what you think about the knicks. they're not -- >> okay, next subject. >> seth: yeah, it's hard. >> i mean it's hard when you're -- no, seriously, like it's not my fault they're bad. [ laughter ] but it's hard when your coach is your best point guard. >> seth: right. >> and your gm is your best coach. >> seth: yeah. >> like that's pretty difficult to win in those circumstances. >> seth: what about the second half of the season, what do you think the most interesting stories going-forward? >> team play. >> seth: yeah. >> that's going to be, i think -- it used to be a time when people say, "hey i'm going to see kobe play." "i'm going to see shaq play." now they go, i'm going to go see atlanta. >> seth: right. >> they don't go see the knicks. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> "i'm going to go see san antonio." they say the whole team now. and i think that's what you'll see in the second half. >> seth: and is that cohesiveness of team basketball,
as someone who watches so much of it. is it more fun to watch for you than the old star system? >> yeah, yeah, it's much more fun. i know what the 12-man roster does, and i know how intricate each part is, it's kind of like having a car with no steering wheel. you have a car, but you still need this guy and you need the best part of that car. so it's great to see it as a player, a former player, and see that now as an announcer. >> seth: that's great. you have a new tv show with your family, which is really exciting. "meet the smiths?" >> "meet the smiths," coming this friday, we're getting a sneak preview of it. >> seth: all right. so this is your beautiful family first of all. look at you guys, that's great. your daughter is releasing a single? she's a musician? >> this is a big weekend. >> seth: it's big weekend. >> it's a big weekend. >> seth: tell us about it. >> my daughter is releasing a single friday. >> seth: all right. >> called "honest." kayla brianna is the name. go get your single friday. >> seth: okay, great. >> and then the show comes on friday night. >> seth: got ya. >> i'm on all-star weekend. >> seth: yeah. >> my wife works on "price is right," gwendolyn. so now that's going to be on, on
friday. so every friday's a big day. >> seth: it's a big day. now tell me, what's the show? like what do we find out about your family watching the show? >> i found out things. >> seth: okay, that's good. [ laughter ] >> i was like -- oh. >> seth: it's different with cameras around. people are different. >> oh, you're dating him? okay. all right. >> seth: you think they waited to tell you until there were cameras there for protection? >> without question. you know what the funny thing is, i was so nervous because i've been asked a lot because we have an eccletic family. all over the board. i have two to 21 in the household, so i've been asked before, and i think, no, no, no, i just don't want to leave myself out there. but i felt comfortable and this is the first time i think we spent ten hours in the house together, that much. >> seth: that's good. >> so while they're filming something over here, we're playing board games. i was like, you're actually pretty cool, k.j. my son, i didn't think you were cool. i knew malloy was cool, but i didn't think you were cool. >> seth: that's great. so i guess, you know, the lesson is, i think all families out there should just you know,
bring a reality crew in you house, and you'll learn a little bit about your kids. >> the good thing about it, i get away every two days, i go to work actually in atlanta. so i'm not there all the time. so they don't get sick of me probably either. >> seth: that's good, that's really good. >> you've got to have travel. >> seth: this i will say, this would be my dream. this is really big. you guys -- they did a justice league with you, and to promote the all-star game. >> yeah. >> seth: that's really exciting. there you are, and was this a big deal for you? >> yes, i was reading the comic book with my 2-year-old london and malloy. i hadn't read it, i didn't know what had happened in the book. >> seth: do you live? >> first of all, i save new york. >> seth: oh that's good. [ cheers ] >> i save new york. and there's a race, we have to get to a certain place, and because i'm from new york, i know the way. >> seth: wow. >> i'm telling the whole story. >> seth: you ruined it. that's fine. yeah. >> i win the race. >> seth: that's great. >> i was like, this is the greatest comic book ever. >> seth: now hold on. did you win the race or -- >> i won the race.
you know why i won the race? check this out. >> seth: yeah, you're riding on -- >> i took the subway. >> seth: oh, there you go. [ laughter ] >> everyone else didn't take the subway. >> seth: there you go. that's really good. and then when you say you save new york. and how good are the knicks in this? >> the knicks are terrible. [ laughter ] in here. >> seth: even in fictional -- >> even in fiction. even in reality. they're on a 2-3 year plan. >> seth: okay, that's good. >> 2-3 years before they even start figuring it out. >> seth: okay, that's good. well a plan's a plan. >> a plan's a plan. >> seth: well, congratulations on a very big weekend. good luck for all of it. thank you so much for being here. >> all right, thank you. >> seth: kenny smith, everybody. check out tnt's "inside the nba" and it's coverage of the all-star weekend. we'll be right back with music from the district. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ sunshine stretching like valley riverbeds they call my name from down the hall ♪ ♪ and if i would leave would you go with me would you lay me down to get my sleep ♪ ♪ i don't know if i use my head the right way but then again who's to say that i'm wrong ♪ ♪ i'm sick of this longing but i feel to dull when it's gone living lives in two places ♪ ♪ wears my soul too thin i was walking from the station just to meet you in the morning ♪ ♪ i believe in dawned on me i don't know where i began i was walking from the station just to meet you ♪
♪ i ain't the same anymore i ain't the same from before you've gone and changed i'm sure ♪ ♪ i'm trying to find the right words i ain't the same anymore you've gone and ♪ ♪ changed i'm sure you've gone and changed from before and i'm trying to find the right words ♪ ♪ it's the difference between us worth a thousand diamond rings ♪ ♪ sunshine i believe we're headed the right way but then again you can't quite tell for sure ♪ ♪ 'cause we're running to the west to let our hands touch down where you left me ♪ ♪ in the dark so long before walking, street posts lying like daylight ♪ ♪ but i know you won't be light here for much more so i'm stalling and
i'm frightened and ♪ ♪ i'm sinking down to the floor living lives in two places wears my soul too thin ♪ ♪ i was walking from the station just to meet you in the morning i believe in dawned on me ♪ ♪ i don't know where i began i was walking from the station just to meet you i ain't the same anymore ♪ ♪ i ain't the same from before you've gone and changed i'm sure, i'm trying to ♪ ♪ find the right words i ain't the same anymore you've gone and changed i'm sure ♪ ♪ you've gone and changed from before and i'm trying to find the right words ♪ ♪ it's the difference between us worth a thousand diamond rings ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ living lives in two places wears my soul too thin ♪ ♪ i was walking from the station just to meet you in the morning i believe in dawned on me ♪ ♪ i don't know where i began i was walking from the station just to meet you ♪ ♪ living lives in two places wears my soul too thin ♪ ♪ i was walking from the station just to meet you in the morning i believe in dawned on me ♪ ♪ i don't know where i began i was walking from the station just to meet you ♪ ♪ it's the difference between us worth a thousand diamond rings ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: the districts. "a flourish and a spoil" is available now. and head over to latenightseth.com for a bonus performance of their song "peaches." we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: the "late night" music experience is brought to you by t-mobile. t-mobile is setting music free. stream all the music you want. data charges do not apply. want more "late night" music? watch premiere performances at latenightseth.com. female announcer: get 36 months interest-free financing,
even get three years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. and of course, free same-day delivery. but only through presidents' day at sleep train. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: my thanks to william h. macy, kenny smith, the districts, t-mobile, and of course the 8g band. see you. stay tuned for carson daly. see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ >> carson: welcome to the show, i'm carson daly and we are at amp radio here in los angeles for tonight's "last call." coming up, we've got the filmmakers behind the oscar-nominated film, "crisis hotline: veterans press 1." plus, the acid is gonna perform from the greek theater l.a. but first, "kingsman: the secret service." it's a new spy film that features an incredible cast that includes colin firth, samuel l. jackson, michael caine, and mark strong. but the film's breakout performance belongs to a young actor out of whales, by the name of taron egerton. for more on taron, we can go to the famous now for tonight's "lca