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yes foss . the late show with captioning sponsored by cbs >> any minute now, the president and u.k. prime minister theresa may will be holding that joint press conference. ( applause ) >> thank you. now we're going to take two questions from the u.k. media and two questions from the american media. >> sir, what's your take on combining cheese and hamburgers? >> it's the greatest alliance the world has ever known. ( laughter ) >> can you finally be honest about your inauguration crowd size. >> it was a very, very small group of people put in for political reasons. >> what did you think of the meal the queen served you last night? >> that could be passed in 15 minutes. >> who's your favorite "rocky and bullwinkle" character?
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>> so i know, boris. i like him. i've liked him for a long time. >> you know he's the bad guy, right? >> yes. ( laughter ) ♪ ♪ >> please, sir, i want some more. >> absolutely no. ( laughter ) >> mr. president! >> mr. president! >> mr. president, what do you think about calls for your impeachment? >> i would say, yeah, i would think that it will happen, and it probably should happen. >> it's "the late show with stephen colbert." tonight, london calling. plus, stephen welcomes adam scott, and musical guest, spiritualized. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now, live on tape from the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert! ( cheers and applause )
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>> stephen: wooooo! >> stephen: wooooo! thanks everybody. welcome. welcome, one and all, ladies and gentlemen, and children of all ages. welcome to "the late show." i'm your host stephen colbert. for yet-- ( cheers and applause ) it is a good feeling, a good feeling today, because for yet another day, america was 239 pounds smarter because president trump is still in england. take that, you limey bastards. ( laughter ) that is for-- that is for the war of 1812 and piers morgan. and i'm happy to say that the british brothers are none too
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happy. thousands of protesters took to the streets for what is being called a "carnival of resistance" against the president. well, good for you. that sounds fun. ( laughter ) we have to live with him. ( laughter ) here, it's a little less "carnival of resistance" and more a traveling freak show. ( carnival music ) ( cheers and applause ) the carnival featured the famous trump baby blimp. ( laughter ) now i know that might-- you know, might seem unfair, but let me remind you, the blimp is anatomically correct. just-- ( cheers and applause ) and it's not just london. protests against trump are planned in 14 cities and towns, including oxford, chester,
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stoke-on-trent, bangers-on-mash, mr. bean-ington, stouffer's salisbury mac 'n cheesingshire, sussex-upon-butsex... ( laughter ) ( applause ) ( cheers ) ...splash mountain, and finally, east southwest-northington... ford. in the "i can't believe it's not made up" town of bishop's stortford, a teen mowed a giant penis into a field for trump to see as he landed in london. ( cheers and applause ) it was the first time in years trump's been able to look down and see a penis. ( laughter )
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( applause ) last night, there was an image projected on the tower of london showing trump's approval rating in the u.k. compared to obama's. it's 72% to 21%. it's nice to know. unfortunately, english votes don't count in our elections. only russian's do. ( laughter ) this morning, trump held a joint press conference with british prime minister, theresa may, seen here learning she's also has to meet don jr. and when it came to the protests, the president stressed one important point: that there were no protests. >> as far as the protests, i have to tell you-- because i commented on it yesterday-- we left the prime minister, the queen, the royal family, there were thousands of people on the
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streets cheering. and even coming over today, there were thousands of people cheering, and then i heard that there were protests. i said, "where are the protests? i don't see any protests." >> stephen: (as trump) "and when there are no protests, you know what i call that? fake boos." ( laughter ) ( applause ) trump also-- trump also-- ( applause ) trump was also asked about mexico. you'll recall-- or you won't-- that last thursday, out of nowhere, trump tweeted, (as trump) "on june 10th, the united states will impose a 5% tariff on all goods coming into our country from mexico, until such time as illegal migrants coming through mexico, and into our country, stop." ( laughter ) you can't just slap a tariff on
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everything you're mad at. (as trump) "i am imposing a 25% fee on all pants coming into my closet until such time as they agree to fit me. you can do it. you can do it, pants. zip!" ( laughter ) well today, today, trump was asked about those tariffs, and here's what he said: >> mexico shouldn't allow millions of people to try and enter our country, and they could stop it very quickly. and i think they will. and if they won't, we will put tariffs on them. and every month, those tariffs go from 5% to 10% to 15% to 20%, and then 25%. >> stephen: (as trump) "we're going to jack up everything mexico. cinco de mayo is going to be 10- o de mayo, then 15-o de mayo, and you get the idea." but, trump has faith in mexico's government. >> i think mexico will step up and do what they should have been done. and i don't want to hear that
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mexico is run by the cartels and the drug lords and the coyotes. i don't want to hear about that. a lot of people are saying that. >> stephen: (as trump) "yeah, a lot of people are saying that. for instance, me, just now, saying that. who else, the guy i shave in the morning in the mirror, he says it. then he calls me bald and paints me orange." here's the thing: mexico is america's number one trading partner, and the economic consequences of these tariffs could be huge. in fact, if these tariffs become permanent, chipotle could raise burrito prices by five cents. five cents!? >> jon: this is an outrage. >> stephen: it's an outrage, jon! it's an outrage! now we're going to have to start putting cheaper things in our mexican food. get ready for taco bell's pigeons n' lint crunch supreme. ( laughter ) that's not bad. >> jon: i don't know about that. >> stephen: sure, some hot sauce and you won't even know. the potential economic damage has made the unthinkable
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contemplatable because congressional republicans have begun discussing whether t may have to vote to block president trump's planned new tariffs on mexico, which would be the g.o.p.'s most dramatic act of defiance since trump took office. oh, so, this they would block. they're fine with obstruction of justice and kids in cages, but this is too far. just listen to mitch mcconnell speaking to the senate today: >> they can take our lives, but they can never take our-- >> guacamole. ( laughter ) ( applause ) >> stephen: oh. yes. yes. >> jon: heavy scene. >> stephen: wow. so trump was asked about the republicans' plans to possibly grow a spine: >> oh, i don't think they will do that. i think that if they do, it's foolish. there's nothing more important than borders. i've had tremendous republican support. i have a 90%-- 94% approval
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rating as of this morning in the republican party. that's an all-time record. can you believe that? isn't that something? i love records. >> stephen: (as trump) "i love records. unbelievable. i love records. i love the guinness book of world records. it's great to meet theresa may, but i really want to meet those world's heaviest motorcycle twins and that guy with the long fingernails, too." trump was also slated to meet with several other british politicians while he was over there. and there's one in particular he likes, pro-brexit m.p. and man whose hairdresser is a raccoon, boris johnson. johnson has been called britain's donald trump. oh, that's a nice change of pace, a donald trump who speaks english. ( laughter ) (ap
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before his visit to england, trump actually backed boris johnson to be the next prime minister. but the feeling may not be mutual, because boris johnson turned down a trump meeting, yes, to which queen elizabeth responded: (as queen) "no one told me that was an option!" "noooo! nooooo-one told" ( laughter ) ( applause ) boris johnson's not alone. while trump was at buckingham palace, princes william and harry also avoided a chance of a photo op. harry told reporters, "no thanks, i learned my lesson about getting photographed with nazi stuff." but... ( laughter ) not sure what to make of your reaction. but there was one high-profile brit who did meet with trump today, brexit party leader and pug who just heard your car in the driveway, nigel farage.
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farage is a far-right member of the e.u. parliament who has recently been the target of protesters who splashed him with milkshakes. i think i know why trump agreed to meet with him. (as trump) "keep talking, nigel. i'm just going to suck on your lapels." ( laughter ) we've got a great show for you tonight. dame emma thompson is here. but when we return, "meanwhile!" stick around! ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) -their béarnaise sauce here is the best in town. [ soft piano music playing ] mm, uh, what do you do for fun? -not this. ♪ -oh, what am i into? mostly progressive's name your price tool. helps people find coverage options based on their budget. flo has it, i want it, it's a whole thing,
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( band playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: jon batiste and stay human, everybody. give it up for the band! ( cheers and applause )
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you guys sound big. you sound big tonight. very big sound. jon, one of my favorite-- one of my favorite-- one of my favorite performers and one of my favorite interviews on the planet is here tonight. emma thompson is going to be here. right there. she's a dame. she's got that-- she got the damed. you don't say "knighted" i guess. she got lady knighted. >> jon: it's amazing. >> stephen: i'm very excited for her. i can't wait to see her again. folks, every night i carefully and thoughtfully pull together the bones, muscles, sinews and flesh of the news and stitch them together in a unique creature i call "monologue." but sometimes i like to take whatever spare flippers and beaks that are lying around and slap them together with a little
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that is my segment, "meanwhile"! ( cheers and applause ) carol merrill. meanwhile, in scotland, "a family found out their five- pound chess piece could be worth one million pounds" because the piece is "part of the famous medieval lewis chessmen, and has been missing for almost 200 years." so, i believe officials should really check out the rest of that family's board games, because there is something really weird about their game of "operation." meanwhile, last week, lithuania held their 20th annual baby race to mark international children's day.
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25 babies raced for glory in a teeny-tiny nail-biter, but the ultimate winner was 11-month-old ignas! sadly-- ( cheers and applause ) yes, he's a champion. he's a winner. he wanted it. sadly, ignas was disqualified when it was revealed that he had been juicing. ( laughter ) meanwhile, scientists have created the loudest possible sound underwater. let this be a lesson to all you kids out there: don't let anyone tell you a career in science has to be useful. ( laughter )a principal has resigned after being arrested at a strip club while on a school field trip." ( laughter ) ( applause ) i don't know. that is-- that is unbelievable... that it did not happen in florida. ( applause )
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also-- ( cheers and applause ) also, what was this field trip? "over here, children, is where the founding fathers learned to clap that booty and make it rain up in here!" here's what happened: students of the holy family-- okay-- holy family catholic school in louisiana were on a trip to washington, d.c., when the principal, michael "blaze-of- glory" comeau here, left the group and was arrested when police were called to "archibald's gentlemen's club in washington, d.c., for "an intoxicated man refusing to pay his bill." well, of course! of course. don't you dare boo him! of course he refused to pay. you try to afford strippers on a school principal's salary. ( laughter ) ( applause ) this is a wake-up call, america.
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i mean, for pete's sake, for pete's sake, these good people after they've paid for their rent, their gas, their own school room supplies, sometimes. there's just nothing left to tip cinnamon, cheyenne, or ginger in the champagne room! when police arrived, comeau was "standing in the roadway, refusing to move." the parents of the kids demanded he immediately be fired. while the students demanded he immediately be invited to zack's lake party this friday. it's gonna be lit! before we single him out, i think it's important to know that comeau was not at the strip club alone. he "had a service dog with him!" now, we don't know why this man needs a service dog, but i really hope it's not because of vision impairment, because that means he was just at the strip club for the soundtrack. ( laughter ) principal como was also "a part- time reserve police officer," but not anymore. he did the honorable thing and
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"resigned by text." i'm guessing booze emoji, dancing girls, police car, bye- bye. ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause ) meanwhile, a motorist arrested for yelling (bleep) you to a state trooper was vindicated. either because it was free speech, or the jury proved beyond a reasonable doubt that the trooper should go (bleep) himself. we'll be right back with emma thompson. ( band playing ) ( cheers and applause ) and the record for longest-lasting aa battery goes to... (cymbal crash) energizer ultimate lithium. guinness world records title holder for longest-lasting aa battery.
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( band playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. ladies and gentlemen, my first
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guest is a two-time academy award winner you know from "sense and sensibility," "love actually," and "howard's end." please welcome, dame emma thompson! ( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ( cheers and applause ) ( cheers and applause ) >> wooo! oh! >> stephen: delightful. delightful. i'm afraid that's all we have time for. thanks for being here. ( cheers and applause ) they're very excited. they're very excited.
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i'm exhausted!! >> stephen: thank you for coming back. >> i'm so glad and happy to see you. >> stephen: you know, an interesting thing has happened since the last time you were here. you have big news in your life. you have become a dame. for the people out there who don't know, explain what a "dame" is. >> well, i'm not entirely sure. ( laughter ) nothing seems to have changed. i thought maybe. when it happened, you know, it would be treated differently in some way-- i mean, obviously, i had all the chairs in my house raised slightly, the ones i sit in obviously, not everyone else's-- not too high. so people are slightly-- "is she-- is she higher?" but not sure, you know. tiny bit sort of confused. and i thought i would be greete. i would be able to walk my sheep over the london bridge, you know. i don't know. but, everything seems to be the
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same. >> stephen: well, i'm so sorry. >> yes, what i can tell you? >> stephen: here is the moment yourself. here is you, receiving your damehood, right there... >> yeah. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: with prince william. prince william. >> he's very nice. >> stephen: very nice fella? >> such a nice boy. >> stephen: did you know him already before this moment? >> i did know him already, yes, i did. because i know his dad quite well. and he's lovely. but i had only seen him when he was quite a tall baby. ( laughter ) and-- and he's got a lot taller. >> stephen: a tall baby. a tall baby. >> he was a very tall baby. and he was just so delightful. and now, of course, grown up with children everything. >> stephen: and has babies of his own. >> so, i rushed to him, yes, yes, going, "darling, can i kiss you?" and he said, "no... no, you can't kiss me." i kissed him later. >> stephen: that's nice. i also noticed in this photograph you're wearing, you're wearing--
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>> sneakers. >> stephen: athletic shoes, you're wearing sneakers right there. >> they're posh sneakers, they're quite posh sneakers. everybody gave me a lot of trouble that. but i think they look nice. >> stephen: they do look lovely. is this so you can get away quickly in case somebody comes at you with a sword? >> yeah, absolutely. >> stephen: is there a sword involved? >> no, and there isn't and it's not fair. and my husband's very cross because if you get a k your wife, or person who lives with you, becomes lady so-and- so. but the husband doesn't get anything, absolutely bugger all. >> stephen: you're dame. >> i'm dame and he's play old greg, just bluh... muh? muh. greg muh. ( laughter ) and it's you know, and he's just not pleased. >> stephen: sure, i can see. >> plus, i wear the badge in bed. and it's sharp. it's sharp. ( laughter ) ( applause ) very pointy. >> stephen: sure. >> pointy. >> stephen: sure. you have a badge? you have a badge? >> it's a big badge. it's a badge, a double badge.
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>> stephen: if you get pulled over, you can flash it to the cop and say, "excuse me, dame." >> or you can smack him around the face with it and take his eye out. ( laughter ) i mean, it's, it's, it's a weapon in itself. >> stephen: you wanted to walk your sheep over london bridge. i do, i know you spend a fair amount of time in scotland. >> mmm. >> stephen: do you have sheep? >> actually, this is quite a good story. do i mind if i tell you a story? >> stephen: i would love a good story. >> about scotland. >> stephen: yeah. >> my daughter was about eight. so the sheep were in the field, and at the bottom of the field there's a little place where i go to wash. i wash in the river. and often, if the weather is nice, i will wash naked, down to... ( laughter ) >> stephen: you have indoor plumbing, right? >> more or less, more or less, yes. so i walked down through the sheep with the towel, had a wash and walked back up through the sheep, and that's what i did-- naked. ( laughter ) and, because there's no one around except the sheep. obviously, they are appalled, appalled. there's a lot of rushing, rushing, you know, "she's coming.
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she's coming." (mimicking sheep sounds) they're just appalled. >> stephen: just, exactly, someone just sheered her. >> sheer her, sheer her. do something! she's coming up the field again. (mimicking sheep sounds) anyway, so, in the middle of the night, it's about 10:00, my daughter and i-- she's about eight. for some reason we were alone in the house, banging on the door, really big banging, kind of halloween style. and i came downstairs and there's a massive, a very good- looking policeman standing outside our porch, which is weird because our place is, you know, away in the wilds. >> stephen: remote, yeah. >> and i opened the door. and he says, "i'm terribly sorry to bother you, mrs. thompson, but we've had a report that you had an intruder on your property today." and i said, "an intruder?" i immediately turned into jamie lee curtis, immediately. and i reach for the nearest weapon, you know. cu, i mean i was just kind of "oh!"
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i said, "what kind of intruder?" and he said, "well, she said it was a naked man, about 50 years old." ( laughter ) so i-- i looked at this policeman, and i thought you know what? what was going through my mind was from a distance, my boobs have dropped so far they read as testicles. ( laughter ) and i nearly-- thank you so much. thank you for that riff. >> stephen: a little dropping testicles movement... >> boobs, testicles, riff. >> stephen: exactly. >> da-da-da! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ bad, bad, really bad. >> like really, like minor chord. >> stephen: discord, yeah, exactly. ( laughter and applause ) >> i've never recovered. i keep trying to find that policeman. he was gorgeous. and then he said to me, "it's all right. i'm so sorry. she doesn't see very well." because my daughter said, "mum, that's about the time you came back from--" "shut up!
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shut up!" ( laughter ) the sheep were all out there at that point going, "it was her! it was her." they have no loyalty, those animals. ( laughter ) >> stephen: well, now you have a new film with our friend, mindy kaling. >> yes, the wonderful mindy kaling. >> stephen: it's called "late night," and you play katherine newbury, who is the host of a showed called "tonight," in the united states. >> yup. >> stephen: and we have a clip here. you're in the writer's room. you can tell what's going on in this clip? why are you in with the writers? >> because she's lost her mojo, really. and she needs to make the show better, because she's been threatened with it being cut, and she can't live without it. its her only thing. it's the only thing she really cares about. >> stephen: and she's a mainstay of american late night. she's been here for 28 years. >> yeah, yeah, she's a woman, late night talk show, so it's basically science fiction, and um. ( laughter ) did you see the way i slipped that in? ♪ ♪
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sneaky, sneaky little political remark there from dame thompo. >> stephen: we don't need politics in late night. >> oh, no, we really don't. good grief. anyway, so she's come into the writers' room to talk to them and give them a row and say, "you've got to make this better." >> stephen: james. >> if i may, i just want to say, it is such an honor to meet you, miss new ber. i'm chris reynolds. >> when my parents got divorced- - >> i don't know who any of you are. i don't know who any of them are. >> oh, well tom. i'm-- i'm tom. i write the monologue. i'm actually the youngest monologue writer in the history of the show. >> i don't care. >> okay. >> do you know i'm not going to remember any of this. here's what we're going to do. you're one, two, three. four. >> hi, catherine. >> oh, thank god. how is your baby? >> she's 27.
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( laughter ). >> stephen: true. all of it. true to life. ( applause ) >> but you see, i think it is true to life. >> stephen: a little bit. >> a little bit. >> stephen: from seeing this, did it make you want to host a late-night show? does it appeal to you at all? >> having done "s.n.l." recently-- ( applause ) it's irrelevant to this interview, but thank you very much, i really appreciate it. thank you for watching. but it was so interesting watching the writers, that process of them writing and thinking and creating all night. and you just think this is so important, actually, because you think about laughing. mark twain, right, you know that bit? >> stephen: i'm familiar with his work. >> there's a character-- and i can't remember what the work is- - but it's satan and he's talking to human beings and he's says, "you know, you people, you're a bit pathetic. but you do have one powerful weapon, and that is laughter.
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because you can push at humbug and idiocy and power with words with supplication, with persuasion, but only"-- this is what he says. i love this. "only laughter will blow it to rags and atoms at a blast. against the assault of laughter, nothing can stand." which, of course, is untrue, because you have trump, and we laughed and laughed and laughed. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: well said. but it's a nice thought. >> still, you try. it's a nice thought. >> stephen: "late night" is in theaters june 7. emma thompson, everybody! we'll be right back with adam scott. ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) ♪ here i go again on my own ♪ goin' down the only road i've ever known ♪ ♪ like a drifter i was-- ♪ born to walk alone!
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( band playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: why not? why not? folks, welcome back to the show. ladies and gentlemen, you know, you know, and i'm going to say love my next guest for his role as ben wyatt in "parks and recreation." on sunday, he returns for season two of "big little lies." >> i've always been better talking to women than i have. i think you might be able to get her to open up.
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you have your little way. all i'm getting is push. back at every turn. if i didn't sign up for this (bleep), i would still, maddie. i don't mean-- >> no, look, nathan, i'm no expert on marriage or anything. i mean, something tells me if you're seeking out the husband of your ex-wife to, like, lead the communication charge with your new one... >> why do you always have to be so snide? >> i don't mean to be snide. >> you don't mean to be. it just comes natural. >> stephen: please welcome adam scott ( cheers and applause ) ♪ the boys are back in town the boys are back in town. ♪ the boys are back in town. the boys are back in town ♪ the boys are back in town ( cheers and applause ) >> thank you very much. my goodness! my goodness. >> stephen: hi. >> hello. >> stephen: nice to have you here. >> thank you.
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it's so nice to be here. >> stephen: i know you're a big fan of david letterman, as am i. >> yes. >> stephen: you went on with dave, i assume. >> got to go on a couple times, yeah. and it was-- the first time i went on, as i'm sure it was with you -- >> stephen: sure. >> like, it is a major life event. i remember every second. >> stephen: absolutely. >> the smells. i mean, here it was freezing. >> stephen: dave smelled amazing, by the way. >> he had a very, very, very nice smell. >> stephen: like wintergreen. >> yes. >> stephen: welcome back to the ed sullivan theater. >> thank you. >> stephen: nice to have you. >> thank you. >> stephen: we met briefly before. this is kind of our first real conversation. we met at a party or something like that. >> yeah, and our first real conversation is televised as it should be. >> stephen: all the best ones are. >> absolutely. >> stephen: i understand, i just found out, you were-- besides being an actor, from a very young age, you were a huge film fan, a huge film buff. how did that manifest for you? was that embraced by your friends or was it odd to them? >> it was tolerated. in high school i would direct
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plays and fancied myself kind of a high school-level autor, but i was super into spike lee, and i would direct plays and play, like a supporting role-- because that's what spike did. he didn't take the lead. he would play the supporting role while directing. and i even went so far as to-- i got a new york knicks hat. i got the same eyeglasses-- i grew a goatee. like, i went for it. there you go. there it is. ( applause ) ( cheers ) >> stephen: i cannot tell the difference. >> yup. i don't know if i thought that people were going to be like, "i'm sorry, are you spike lee?" like, i don't know what -- >> stephen: you have told him about this? >> i've never-- i've never met the man, but i'll carry that around just in case. ( laughter ) >> stephen: wow. now, are your kids impressed with your success? how old are they? >> they're 10 and 12. >> stephen: 10 and 12. that's nice.
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>> it is. >> stephen: they take care of themselves and they probably care a little bit about you, right? >> well... >> stephen: they haven't hit the teen years where they keep going into the tunnel and you shout, "i love you." >> they haven't disconnected completely, but it is coming fast, i can tell. as far as my career goes, it's not that they hate my work, but... ( laughter ) >> stephen: they must-- they had to have watched "parks and rec." >> no, they love everything around it. they love "the office," "good place," and "brooklyn 99" and everything surrounding it, but they won't do "parks and rec" just because i'm on it. >> stephen: it's no fun. >> no, they spend enough time with me already, i guess. i mean, their ambivalence is really aggressive. >> stephen: is there anything that you did, you know, as mr. wyatt on that show that you wouldn't want them to see or associate with you? because you're a pretty sweet character. >> yeah, i mean, i guess i
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wouldn't want them to think i'm as enthusiastic about calzones as i am on the show. >> stephen: sure, sure. >> but other than that, i think everything passes muster. >> stephen: would you let them watch "big little lies?" >> oh, absolutely! no, no. i don't-- i don't, so. especially since i'm in it they just never would. >> stephen: now in the clip we just saw, your beard is gone in this season. >> that's true. >> stephen: what the hell? what happened to your beard? was it one of the lies from last year? >> it was not a real beard, guys. >> stephen: was that a character choice to take the beard off? >> it kind of was. it kind of was. i think no beard and my character, ed, in between seasons discovered nordstroms and started dressing a little nicer. he's kind of going through a bit of a transformation. >> stephen: you have an interesting addition to the cast this year. >> yeah. >> stephen: meryl streep is one of the big little liars. >> that's right. ( applause ) yup.
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>> stephen: did you-- had you met her before doing-- >> i have never met her, no. >> stephen: what is that like? she can be a little intimidating as well? >> incredibly intimidating. i met her at a table read for ow interaction, it was nice, and she moved on. and i was kind of sitting there stunned, and laura dern immediately walks up and said, "listen, i was just watching. you did fine. everything went well. you have nothing to worry about." because everyone's just waiting for that moment to meet meryl streep, you know. >> stephen: sure, sure. >> so, yeah, it was pretty incredible having her-- having her there. >> stephen: do you get to do a scene with her or can't you tell me? >> i can't tell you, because there are hbo assassins that will get me. >> stephen: sure, sure. but it was amazing. >> stephen: lovely to meet you. thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. >> stephen: "big little lies" returns sunday on hbo. adam scott! we'll be right back with a performance by spiritualized.
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>> stephen: here performing "i'm your man" from their album "and nothing hurt," ladies and
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gentlemen, spiritualized! ( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> ♪ i could be faithful honest and true ♪ holding my heart for you dependable all down the line ♪ devoted all the time but if you want wasted, loaded
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♪ permanently folded doing the best that he can ♪ i'm your man, i'm your man hold on all down the line ♪ ♪ ♪ faithful all the time ♪ ♪ i'm waiting for a sign from you ♪ ♪ ♪ i could be honest constant and true ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ but if you want wasted, loaded permanently folded ♪ doing the best that he can i'm your man, i'm your man ♪ ♪ ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: spiritualized, everybody! we'll be right back.
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