tv Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC April 21, 2015 12:36am-1:38am PDT
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- hellen mirren olympic gold medalist, lindsey vonn music from buzzcocks featuring the 8g band with jeremy gara from arcade fire. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] and now, here he is, seth meyers! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening, everybody. i'm seth myers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight?
[ cheers and applause ] >> excellent to hear, excellent to hear. it's 4/20, happy 4/20 everybody. [ cheers ] i guess when this is airing, it's not. it's 4/21. unless you're in the midwest, in which case it's still -- i mean, whatever. it's not like people who are celebrating 4/20 are going to stop at midnight. [ laughter ] it's 4/21, throw the weed out! i also think people who celebrate 4/20 are perfectly fine smoking weed on 4/19 or 21. [ laughter ] there's nobody who's like once a year, it's our day. you either do it most days -- all right, you know what? enough of this. [ laughter ] happy 4/20. and if you smoke weed, happy all the other days. [ laughter ] you guys, it happened again. an intruder was arrested at the white house last night after trying to jump the fence. yeah.
authorities aren't releasing the fence jumper's identity, but they did say -- they did say that she tore her pantsuit. [ laughter ] we don't know who it is. [ applause ] we don't know who it is, though. we have no idea. she's wanted in bad, though. she's wanted in bad. this is exciting. a new trailer for the upcoming "star wars" sequel came out this weekend. [ cheers and applause ] that's right. a new trailer for the upcoming "star wars" sequel came out this weekend. and i've got to be honest, so did a little bit of pee. [ laughter ] just a little bit. just the right amount. [ laughter ] i'm always excited about new trends. i love new trends because i love staying hip and young. teenagers -- teenagers across
the country have been participating in something called the kylie jenner lip challenge. the kylie jenner lips challenge. in which they will place a jar around their lips and suck in air in order to make their lips swell. while teenagers in china have been participating in school. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i don't know if you've heard or read about the california drought. it's very serious. and experts suggest that california's on-going drought may lead to increased prices for denim. so, it looks like this year prom is going to be even more expensive for canadians. [ light laughter ] [ applause ]
a woman had to be removed from a southwest airlines flight last week after she repeatedly poked her seat mate with a pen to get him to stop snoring. [ laughter ] she was of course removed on the shoulders of everyone else on the plane as they chanted "hero, hero, hero!" [ applause ] arianna grande and rapper big sean have reportedly broken up after nine months together. apparently, grande and big couldn't agree on how to say large. [ laughter ] irreconcilable. [ applause ] that kind of difference -- we call that kind of difference "irreconcilable." kraft announced today that its original mac & cheese will be made without artificial preservatives or synthetic
colors starting in january 2016. they're also adding two new ingredients. mac and cheese. [ laughter ] [ applause ] you can get those for the first time ever. that's right, kraft mac & cheese will be made without synthetic colors starting in 2016. i guess i'll have to find something new to cover myself in when i go jogging a night. [ light laughter ] "how did the kraft joke go?" "pretty good." "how did the follow up go?" "not great. [ laughter ] not great. should have gotten out -- should have gotten out in the first half." i have seven more kraft jokes, though. [ laughter ] and that was definitely the second best one. [ laughter ] i thought the first one -- never mind. happy 4/20, you guys. that one was boring. [ applause ] people at home --
that second kraft joke was for you dude. a man in britain reportedly sent a video of himself having sex with his dog. [ audience groans ] sent a video of himself having sex with his dog to his girl friend by accident. which raises an important question -- who was he trying to send it to? [ laughter ] the dog? send this to my dog. wait a second, that's dumb, dogs can't check e-mails. oh, no! [ laughter ] and finally, a 120 pound texas woman set a new competitive eating record yesterday after she ate three 72 ounce steaks, three baked potatoes, three shrimp cocktails, three salads and three dinner rolls in 20 minutes. or as they call it in texas, a kids' meal. ladies and gentlemen, this right here, the 8g band.
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: how we doing 8g band? it's lovely to have you here. everyone, please say hello to jeremy gara joining us this week. very happy to have you here. [ cheers and applause ] jeremy, the drummer for one of my favorite bands, arcade fire. and i'm so sorry for making a canadian tuxedo joke on your first day here. >> i can take it. i can't take it. >> seth: you forgive me? >> yep. we're good. >> seth: thank you. so much cooler than fred. fred would not have forgiven me. fred is actually in iceland right now. i was in iceland this week working on a tv show that fred, bill hader and i are doing for ifc. very excited about that. and, hopefully, fred will be back soon if iceland agrees to extradition papers. [ laughter ] you guys, with the 2016 election, only 81 weeks
away, things are really heating up. oh, wait, no, it's not hot at all. oh well, that didn't stop 19 potential gop candidates from making their way to a conference sponsored by the new hampshire republican party. 19 candidates. that's one for every month until the election. for a quick rundown of how the gop field faired in the first in the nation primary state, it's time for a segment we call "live free or die trying." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: i grew up in new hampshire. and one of the most exciting parts about the granite state -- other than all the granite, that is -- is when a flock of presidential candidates descends to curry favor with our 1.3 million residents. and if you're a republican voter in new hampshire, man, oh, man, do you have choices in 2016. first up, wisconsin's governor scott walker. he hasn't declared he's running for president yet, but he's buttering us all up with the tried and true "i'm relatable" technique. during his speech, walker
bragged about wearing a suit that he got on sale at joseph a. bank. and told the crowd that hillary clinton has probably never been to a kohl's. and let me just say if your best attack on hillary clinton is her wardrobe is too fancy, i don't love your chances. [ laughter ] [ applause ] walker then went onto say that hillary clinton probably hadn't gone shopping for herself in the last two decades. yeah, probably not. she was first lady, and then a senator and then secretary of state. and i'm pretty sure if she did spend any time bargain hunting, fox news would spend a week on bargainghazi. [ applause ] rand paul was up next. he tried the "i'm relatable" technique as well by wearing blue jeans. he says he's a new kind of candidate that can appeal to minorities and young people the way your step dad tries to relate to you. [ laughter ] oh, these? these are my levis pants. what's say we put them on the instagram. [ laughter ] paul did separate himself from the rest of the republican field by arguing against military intervention in iran. because paul is a libertarian
who believes the only role of government is to give you a switchblade on your second birthday and wish you the best of luck. [ light laughter ] speaking of iran, mike huckabee said iran is a viper. and explained, "you don't try to reason with the snake. you don't pet the snake. you don't try to have a conversation with the snake. you get a shotgun or a shovel or a hoe and you take the snake's head off before he bites you." huckabee failed to add, " although, if the last two times you tried to take off a snake's head it turned into a decades long war, maybe you might at least consider leaving the snake the [ bleep ] alone." [ laughter and applause ] let me just do that with the snake. we'll try that once with the snake. jeb bush also spoke and repeatedly mentioning the birth of his fourth grandson. hey, we know what you're trying to do. you can't make us forget the old bushes by telling us about the new bushes. [ laughter ] it's not like we only have room in our heads for three bushes. we can remember them all. we aren't george w. [ laughter ] [ applause ] "i know it was marvin, there's a jeb.
there's me." many candidates were asked if they would personally attend a same-sex wedding if a friend invited them to one. scott walker said he'd been to a gay reception, but not a gay wedding. stating, "i haven't been at a wedding, but for someone i love, we've been to a reception." hey, we all want to just go to the reception. [ laughter ] the open bar is the payment for sitting through the service. you, sir, are a free loader. [ applause ] marco rubio, who opposed same sex marriage, said he's already been to a gay wedding. saying "i'm not going to hurt them simply because i disagree with the choice they've made." and i think gay or not, we've all been to a few of those weddings. you're marrying susan? well, i'll show up, but i'm waiting the whole year before i buy the gift. [ laughter ] overall, it was a fun weekend in new hampshire. everybody was there making their case and trying to stand out. it's sort of like the first couple episodes of "the bachelor" before they weed out the crazy one and the black one leaves. [ laughter ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night," everybody. quick question, do you guys like tv? [ cheers ] if you don't, then get out! [ laughter ] you know, when i watch a tv show, i watch it all the way to the end. because i like to see the closing credits and learn who worked on the show. now we all know every show has actors, writers, a director. but if you look a bit closer you might notice that some shows have other credits that you may not have seen. we're going to take a look at some of those in a segment we call "hidden credits."
m♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: let's get started. first, "house of cards" was recently renewed for a fourth season. i was watching season three on netflix and was surprised to see this, right here -- accent coach: foghorn leghorn. [ laughter ] i say, i say, i say, what's the matter with your accent? [ cheers and applause ] have you guys -- have you guys seen "sex box"? [ scattered cheers ] it's a reality show on wetv. you guys heard of wetv? [ laughter ] on "sex box," couples have sex in a soundproof box and then discuss it with a therapist. you've got your executive producer, your associate producers, and then in in the end, it says "special thanks to: clorox wipes." [ laughter and applause ] here's the classic credits from
the long running nbc show, "law & order." i couldn't believe that this is someone's job, actually someone's job. there it is right there. dun dun-er: dwight kruger." so, this is pretty cool. we actually have some footage of dwight live at work, behind the scenes "dun dunning" in the "law & order" sound booth. let's take a look. [ clears throat ] [ dun-dun ] >> how's that? is that good? are we all set? [ applause ] >> seth: that was great, dwight. job well dun-dun. [ applause ] >> seth: moving on, i'm ashamed to say i do sometimes watch "maury" and on a recent episode i caught this in the credits right here. stop. there you go. mother: valerie jefferson. father, just question mark. [ laughter ] you have one job, maury, one job. "ncis" is still going strong in its 12th season over on cbs. and this gentlemen has been part of the team the whole time, right here. there it is right there. the one guy who knows what "ncis" stands for:
todd henderson. really? how hard is that? [ applause ] it's national, national cri-criminal, i know the "i" stands for "iphone." [ laughter ] you know what? great work, todd. we couldn't do it without you. "game of thrones" is back and i could not be more excited now we've mentioned before --. [ cheers ] yeah, "game of thrones" uses a lot of cgi. but we were interested to see this is in the credits. front half of the dragon: joseph goldstein. back half of the dragon: albert goldstein. it's two guys in a dragon suit. here's a clip of the goldstein brothers in action. >> ow, sorry. [ laughter ] >> seth: but now, this, this is very interesting. they actually made a change to this season. one of the goldstein brothers was retired and been replaced by the first-ever female back half of the dragon. her name is tammy gamble. we have a clip of her work. here we go. >> do you even know where you're going? >> yes.
>> it seems like you don't know where you're going. [ applause ] >> seth: two people in a suit. finally, we've got "late night with seth myers", i'm so proud of my staff. and there's no one i'm more proud of than this guy. this guy right here, the cue card guy for the cue card guy, barry dudley. let's say hello to him now. here's barry. [ cheers and applause ] there we go. there we go, that was great. barry doing his job. that was "hidden credits", we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what made you switch to taco bell breakfast? i, i, for me, i personally think that all the breakfast sandwiches are the same. a dry biscuit with sausage or bacon on it. and that's it. have a nice day.
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>> ah, there she is. my aunt, adele. my uncle commissioned gustav klimt to paint her. >> it's quite a painting. >> it's magnificent. she was taken off the walls of our home by the nazis. and since then she's been hanging in the belvedere gallery in vienna. >> and now you'd like to be reunited. >> wouldn't that be lovely? >> make you a rich woman, i'm sure. >> you think that's what this is about? >> seth: ladies and gentlemen, the wonderful helen mirren. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: how are you? >> i'm fine. you know, you've got very cold hands. >> seth: i do have very cold hands. >> are you hands always this
cold? >> seth: they're always cold. yeah, it's really sad. [ laughter ] >> oh. [ audience aws ] >> seth: i was -- >> put them somewhere warm, like -- >> seth: this winter, my wife and i -- i would love that. i'm sorry. [ laughter ] i was mentioning my wife and then i heard something else, and i completely forgot what happened with her and i. it's so lovely to see you again. >> thank you. >> seth: and congratulations on this play. you played the queen in the film, "the queen." >> i did, yes. this is a very different piece. >> seth: this is very different, but is it -- and it's a very interesting bit of storytelling on stage. >> well, it goes backwards and forwards in time, which is a challenge for an actress, because i have to go from -- sort of 50 to 27, back to sort of 35, and then forward to sort of 75 and then back to 25 again. so throughout the play, i'm sort of whizzing backwards and forwards in time. >> seth: and this is about the weekly meeting that the queen has with the prime minister? >> a little 20-minute meeting they have. and you know, she's done it with 12 prime ministers. >> seth: 12 prime ministers. and it's off the record,
20 minutes, no one knows what's said? >> yeah, absolutely. and since churchill. that's a long time ago. >> seth: that is incredible. >> i mean, i don't know how many presidents there have been in that time, but you know. >> seth: oh, i'm really good at this. uh, uh -- two. two. [ laughter ] >> a lot more than that, yeah. >> seth: so basically, in this play, you have to be on stage the whole time. >> yeah, i do. i go upstage for a couple quick changes, otherwise they do my quick changes onstage. >> seth: so you have a sort of very unique way of changing. like, they change you on stage, and they have to be very creative about it i imagine. >> yeah, we do kind of magic tricks. magical changes. >> seth: gotcha. >> they happen -- like that. >> seth: oh, wow. >> yeah. >> seth: and then i feel like -- oh. [ laughter ] do you take smoke pellets? and a lot of like -- [ laughter ] >> seth: so it seems to me the good parts in this play are these prime minister guys who get to do just one thing, and then they're just done. >> i know, and then they have a whole other life in their dressing room. chatting, having a drink. >> seth: that's just great. much like prime ministers.
[ laughter ] they just get to go in and out. the queen has to be there forever. and you did this play in london. how different -- are american audiences different? i mean, you've obviously done -- >> american audiences are different anyway. you know, no matter what the play. british audiences go like this. they go, "okay, what have you got for me?" and american audiences go like this, "okay, what have you got for me?" [ light laughter ] it's a very different attitude. >> seth: very eager. >> very eager and sort of up for it. which is really great. even with a play like ours, which is about, you know, british politics and so forth. but they totally get it. it's fantastic. >> seth: that's wonderful. and are you -- is it true that you're updating the play a bit? >> we do. we do. well, we have david cameron is the last prime minister, so we have to sort of update that. the terrible thing is if something, like, really dramatic happens in the royal family. i don't know how we'll deal with that. that would be really difficult to deal with. but -- [ knocking ] absolutely. i hope this is real wood.
>> seth: no, we can't afford real wood. [ laughter ] we replace it for each guest. it's styrofoam. [ laughter ] painted styrofoam. you get to work with corgis in the show. you have two dogs in the show. >> we do. and do you know, our two corgis were rescue dogs. six weeks before they came to do the show, they were in a home looking to be adopted. you know, and now they're broadway stars. it's fantastic. >> seth: that should be -- [ applause ] >> they're nice. so nice. you know, it's fascinating. you know, dogs, like actors, will do anything for a treat. [ laughter ] give them a little piece of cheese, you know. like me, i'll do anything for a small piece of cheese, basically. >> seth: you have a terrible agent. most of your work has been just for a little bit of cheese. [ laughter ] and then -- that, by the way, should be a pixar movie, broadway dogs. like, just rescue dogs that get to work with helen mirren. >> yes, wouldn't that be great? no, absolutely. yeah.
well, i'm quite strict with them. because, you know, i'm a great fan of a woman called barbara woodhouse. have you ever seen barbara woodhouse? >> seth: no. >> she's brilliant. you'd love her. >> seth: okay. >> terribly strict dog trainer. and she always wore very sensible, you know, pleated skirts, and -- >> seth: did she have a television show? >> she had a tv show, showing you how to train dogs, and she was frightfully strict. you know, "back! no! no! good dog, good dog. bad dog, no!" you know? do you want me to train you? >> seth: that's all she showed you? >> that's basically -- [ laughter ] but you know, basically, that's all it is. "walkies, walkies!" is her famous thing. >> seth: what's that? walkies? like, to go for a walk? oh, yeah. >> yeah. come on, seth, walkies. come on! >> seth: oh, i wanna go, yeah. [ laughter ] i know i shouldn't, but i want to go, yeah. [ applause ] >> sit. sit. sit. good dog, good dog. >> seth: that's some cheese you owe me. [ laughter ] >> i owe you a big cheese, i do.
>> seth: your new film -- this is amazing to me. the director of this film, you knew when he was 18 years old. is this true? >> yes. and do you know, the funny thing is, now he's an established director and much older -- somewhat older -- and now he's got grey hair. but i can see him as this -- [ laughter ] >> seth: nice save. >> i see him as a slim, dark-haired guy. and i just can't -- to me, that's the way he looked. >> seth: and did you work together? >> yeah, he sort of -- i'd never had an assistant before. i was never very good with assistants. i never gave them -- i didn't know what to ask them to do. what do you ask your assistant to do? anyway, he used to do sort of fan mail. but yes, now he's a director. >> seth: that's really wonderful. >> very true. he's been good to the people. >> seth: yeah, no. when you can keep meeting people, that's really trouble. >> yes, it happens. >> seth: i have a couple of interns on this show that i really hope don't succeed. [ laughter ] >> i can imagine. >> seth: nothing would be worse
than them being successful. [ laughter ] you -- i've heard -- i'm very excited about this, because you've just finished this film. there's another film that you've sort of been angling for that you want to be a part of. i heard you say you're a huge fan of "the fast and the furious" franchise. >> well, i'm a huge fan of vin diesel. >> seth: right. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> seth: is this long-running fandom? >> it came from me watching him make a speech once at some ceremony. he's just so smart and so funny and so cool. and i just sort of fell a little bit in love with him right there and then. >> seth: sure. he seems like your type. [ laughter ] >> vin, i love you. i love you, vin. you don't know who i am, but i still do. [ laughter ] >> seth: so sad. but i do think -- hopefully, he watches. >> but, no, because i love doing my own stunt driving. i've done a little bit. i did drive my own land rover as the queen. >> seth: okay. that's very good. [ applause ]
>> which is kind of stunt driving. i had to get stuck in a river. i did that all myself. and -- "prime suspects," i did a bit of stunt driving on, sort of stunt. but i mean, i'd love -- i've got a very good time on "top gear," when i was on "top gear." >> seth: "top gear" is -- that's where you, like, a car show where you drive around? >> yeah, you drive around the proper sort of racing track. >> seth: i guarantee i would be last place of all time on that show. >> oh, would you? >> seth: i'm terrified of driving. >> really? >> seth: i don't like going fast. >> i'm your opposite number, aren't i? >> seth: there we go. i'll sit shotgun. i'll do maps. [ laughter ] >> oh, i'm good at those, too. >> seth: oh, you're good at maps? all right, well then, i guess -- go on your own. you don't need me at all. >> well, i'm great at maps. i'm a great map reader. >> seth: you mentioned "prime suspects," which is -- that's sort of how i was first introduced to you. i feel everybody binge watches shows now. and i want to -- i know you're too humble to do it. but i feel like everybody should binge watch one of the great cop shows of all time. >> well, thank you. it's -- of course, you know, as time travels on, it becomes -- they do become slightly embarrassing.
>> seth: what part is embarrassing to you? >> well, you know, when mobile phones first came in, we were doing the show -- it's the second season. and mobile phones had just come in. so, there i am very proudly on my mobile phone that's like, this big. [ laughter ] and i had to hold it like this it's so huge. moments like that. >> seth: yeah. >> and sometimes maybe your hair or something like that. or the clothes you're wearing. but it can be a little bit embarrassing. >> seth: i think -- i read this once, and i've always thought of it, which is -- because you play -- the show begins with -- it's a big deal that sort of a female police officer rises to your ranks. and is it that you don't -- not crossing your arms? you never cross your arms? >> no. no. you know why? because it's defensive. >> seth: right. >> crossing your arms is defensive. and when i see those posters of all -- you know, cop shows and the big posters and they're always standing there like this, aren't they? >> seth: yeah. >> you know, because that looks tough. not. this is defensive.
this is -- this is tough. open. >> seth: gotchya. >> and you see that with politicians. like that. >> seth: yeah. >> no, with politicians. [ laughter ] tough people. and politicians are fascinating to watch. when there's a visiting politician, you see them fighting to get the first one to touch the other. >> seth: really? >> because when you touch someone, you're kind of taking -- you're sort of taking control of the situation. you know, "come this way." it means you're the one in charge. >> seth: here's what i would do. >> what would you do? >> seth: before i meet a politician, i would take a balloon and rub it all over my suit. [ laughter ] get so much static electricity going, if they touch me and then they look like the -- [ applause ] anyway. keep that in mind. >> i'll keep that in mind. >> seth: try to work that into the play. it would be really good. >> i will. i will. >> seth: thank you so much for being here. it's always such a delight to see you. helen mirren, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "woman in gold" is in select theaters now, and "the audience" is playing at the gerald schoenfeld theater through june 28th.
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>> seth: welcome back, everybody. our next guest is an olympic gold medalist skiier, who last month captured her 19th season title and record 67th world cup victory making her the most decorated female racer in the competition's history. please welcome, lindsey vonn. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: so lovely to have you here. >> hi, how are you? >> seth: you look beautiful. very well done. the helen miren rule. she nailed it. >> i nailed it. >> seth: nailed it. well done. and i didn't -- man. now, i'm going to have you in my head now >> i'm in charge now. >> seth: you are in charge now. congratulations on all of your success this year with -- >> what's up? >> seth: she touched me first. [ laughter ] the first time we met was at the espys. i was hosting and you won the female athlete of the year.
probably the biggest night of your life, to win an espy. i mean, you probably still remember it. >> maybe the olympics might have been a little more important. >> seth: but i wasn't there. >> oh! >> seth: and it was really fun. one of the things we did was we shot espys promos together. >> yeah. >> seth: and we pretended to be at prom. and this is me and you and carmello pretending to be at prom. and what i thought was fun about this was you mentioned that you never went to your actual prom. >> no, that was legit. that was like my first prom. >> seth: that was your first prom. and i think carmello had also never been to prom. i remember sitting there, because the whole time you guys were talking about being athletes and how cool you were and then mentioned you didn't go to prom, and i was like, "loser." [ laughter ] >> totally. yeah, i'm a big loser, actually. >> seth: no, you're not. and you've won all these titles and was it exciting to break the record for the most -- these world cup titles? >> no. >> seth: it wasn't? >> it was awesome! are you kidding? c'mon! >> seth: because you were very
close to it before your injuries, yes? >> yes, before my two surgeries, i was pretty close. and everyone kept talking about it and it was like super-annoying. >> seth: right. >> okay, i gotta do this. and then i broke it and it was really cool because my dad was there and my step mom and my mom and my step dad. >> seth: where was the race you broke it? >> it was in cortina in italy. >> seth: wow, that's great. what an awesome place to have your family be. >> totally. >> seth: and was it almost two years that you were injured and unable to race? >> yeah, i mean i blew out my knee the first time in 2013 at the world championships. and then again in november just two months later. >> seth: i imagine for an athlete like yourself, it just must be the worst having to not be able to ski and having to rehabilitate through something like that. >> yeah, it was a really long two years. i missed skiing. i missed competition. and it's hard because i'm an adrenaline junkie. >> seth: right. >> so i was trying to figure out a way to do something exciting. nothing really compares with skiing. >> seth: yeah, i'm really glad you didn't turn to heroin or
crack. [ laughter ] that's how the story ends badly. >> yeah, that would be bad. >> seth: you have all -- >> don't do drugs. >> seth: yeah, kids, don't do drugs. take it from a loser. [ laughter ] you have -- i know, again, so 67 titles, do you have a different trophy for each of them? >> yeah, so the world cup wins it's not titles, world cup wins: 67. those, every race has a different trophy. >> seth: gothca and with these? >> those are the world cup discipline titles. >> seth: gotcha. >> yeah, so i have 19 of those guys. >> seth: got it. >> those are all the same. >> seth: those are all the same. [ laughter and applause ] and so those, where do you keep them? >> i actually ran out of space. >> seth: oh, wow. it must be tough. [ laughter ] >> first world problems. no, i had to build, like, a whole new trophy case. >> seth: that's really great. >> yeah. >> seth: you had your trophy guy come build an extension. yeah.
[ laughter ] and then where do you keep your medals? your olympic medals? >> those are in a safety deposit box. >> seth: is that because you're afraid? >> i don't know, my brother lives with me so like. >> seth: oh, right -- >> i don't know who's going to come over? and what if they play games with my medals --. i don't even want to know. i don't want to know. they're just in a safety deposit box. >> seth: that's a good place for them. this though, is really -- this is the creme de la creme for me. is that you won -- this is a prize. i'm going to show a photo of a prize that you won. you were holding a trophy, which is an actual cow. [ laughter ] so how -- where do you race for that. >> he's so cute. >> seth: and you still have this cow? >> yeah. >> seth: so what happened? >> i'm not going to, like -- i'm not going to give her up or anything. >> how do you get her on the plane? >> well, i can't bring her to the u.s. >> seth: so you keep a cow in france? where it is? >> no okay, so i won the cow in france. and this is actually the second cow that i won. [ laughter ] >> seth: oh, my goodness.
so how do you -- >> so i have a friends, you know, in austria, and they take care of my cows for me. >> seth: gotcha. >> so i won my first cow in 2006 and so she had a lot of babies. so i actually have six total cows. >> seth: wow. see, that's pretty good. [ applause ] i would assume, when they give you the cow, they probably didn't think you were going the keep it, right? >> no, actually, it was just a publicity stunt. so they were like here's a check. we want the cow back. and i said "but, i want the cow. you said i could have the cow." and so my coach had to literally, like, negotiate with these people in french and get my cow back. [ laughter ] >> seth: that's so funny. i just picture them having a very tearful good-bye to the cow explaining in french we never thought she'd want you. >> we never thought you'd leave. >> seth: this is just a joke that backfired. we never assumed an american would want to keep the cow. >> but, little do they know i'm an animal lover.
>> seth: things are going very well for you. you're dating tiger woods. just at the masters. >> yeah. >> seth: he's obviously someone who has also gone through a lot of injuries. i imagine dating fellow athlete is hard just understanding each other's lives, but is the injury part of it -- working through injuries and rehabilitating, is that also helpful to have a partner whose gone through that? >> yeah, i mean he's been through a lot of injuries, and so have i. we were kind of injured around the same time and it was just nice to be in the gym with someone that knew what you were going through. and we kind of pushed each other back to health. >> seth: that's great, that's really nice. yeah. give it up for both of you guys. [ applause ] >> seth: do you like watching golf? is that something you did before? [ laughter ] >> i love golf. [ laughter ] >> seth: it seems very different. as an adrenaline junkie, it seems very different. >> i just -- i love golf. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. because if you say to him, i love you to watch my race, what's he got, 90 seconds? 88 on a good day?
but if he says you're going to watch me golf. >> that's like five hours. >> seth: four days in a row. >> that's a long time. >> seth: that's a long time. you're a very good girlfriend. >> i am. >> seth: tell me about the lindsey vonn foundation. >> oh, i'm really excited so i launched lindsey vonn foundation in february. and so our mission is to empower and inspire young girls, so i'm very excited about that. our first program is going to start in october. we're actually teaming up with another foundation called "z-girls." so, yeah. so we're just going to inspire the next generation. [ applause ] >> seth: that's great. well, you've certainly done plenty to inspire everyone so far. >> thank you >> seth: thank you so much for being here. so great to see you again. lindsey vonn, everybody. for more information about her foundation check out lindseyvonnfoundation.org. we'll be right back with music from buzzcocks. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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punk rock band. here to perform "keep on believing," please welcome buzzcocks. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ tell me what i need to know and show me what you've got to show ♪ ♪ i go with the flow keep on believing ♪ ♪ it's good enough for rock'n'roll if you feel it in your heart and soul ♪ ♪ then you're in control keep on believing ♪ ♪ are you smiling are you frowning waving or drowning ♪ ♪ there's too much going on just to ignore ♪ ♪ what's the use complaining that it's forever raining after all that's what they make umbrellas for ♪ ♪ no matter what they say you're gonna do it anyway better start today
keep on believing ♪ ♪ in the middle of the night it's dark but don't lose sight there's no wrong or right keep on believing ♪ ♪ and when your only trouble is the bursting of a bubble remember that there's nothing left to fear ♪ ♪ don't let your consternation spoil this celebration ♪ ♪ just ask yourself what's the big idea ♪ ♪ ♪ are you smiling are you frowning waving or drowning ♪ ♪ there's too much going on just to ignore ♪
♪ what's the use complaining that it's forever raining after all that's what they make umbrellas for ♪ ♪ now i don't wanna make it worse time's forward no reverse ♪ ♪ from the cradle to the hearse keep on believing ♪ ♪ don't want for it to end i need someone to call a friend ♪ ♪ on whom i can depend keep on believing ♪ ♪ i don't want to spoil your day but i'm gonna say it anyway ♪ ♪ there's a price to pay keep on believing ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: buzzcocks. the album "the way" is available now. and head over to latenightseth.com for a bonus performance of their hit song, "ever fallen in love with someone you shouldn't have."
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