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the late show with stephen colbert is next. >> and our next show is tomorrow at 4:30. have a good night. ♪ captioning sponsored by cbs >> who will face off in the next democratic debates? two nights. ten candidates each night. watch the lineup take shape in an unprecedented live event: the draw for the cnn democratic debates. >> but before the draw, cnn presents the draw draw, where we draw to see how we draw for the draw. will it be wolf blitzer slathered in honey and rolled in candidate photographs? ( laughter ) whoever sticks to his chest is on the first night, on his abs the second. mitch cuomo sitting on eggs? the order they hatch is the order they are drawn. john king strapped to the wheel of chaos? or simply david guegin flipping a coin-- over a bed of knives! it's all happening on cnn this
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wednesday on the draw draw, right after "draw draw draw love island." ( laughter ) >> announcer: it's the late show with stephen colbert! tonight, condemn-ocrats! plus, stephen welcomes: sofia vergara. david cross. and musical guest tove lo. 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 ) >> stephen: whooo! ( applause ) lovely. please, have a seat, everybody. thank you very much. very kind. welcome one and all to the "late show." i'm your host, stephen colbert. the big story--
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( cheers and applause ) the big story, as we all know, is that people are still talking about was trump's tweet about four freshman congresswomen racist? well, i say if it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it probably just told the geese to go back to canada. ( laughter ) ( piano riff ) so, last night, the house of representatives passed a resolution condemning trump for his racist comments. that's right, mr. president. a formal condemnation! ( laughter ) you watch your step, mister. or next they will hit you with a notarized complaint and then boom, a ceremonial rebuke. ( laughter ) now, all the democrats voted for the condemnation, along with four republicans: representative fred upton of michigan, susan w. brooks of indiana, ryan
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fitzpatrick of pennsylvania, and will hurd of texas. or-- ( cheers and applause ) yeah. or as they will soon be known, "freaky fred, lazy susan, bitchy brian, and, i'm going to guess the black guy is frederick douglass? i don't know." ( audience reacts ) >> jon: my goodness. missed on that one. >> stephen: now, now, fun fact-- or fact. i don't know how fun it is. fun fact. this is the first time that a sitting president has been censured by either house of congress since 1912, when the senate censured william howard taft for eating a congressional page. ( laughter ) yeah. but somehow trump somehow saw the vote as a victory, tweeting, "so great to see how unified the republican party was on today's
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vote concerning statements i made about four democrat congresswomen. the republican vote was 187-4. wow!" ( laughter ) "so great. yes, we lost, but i covered the spread." now these four congresswomen are known in washington as... the squad. ♪ ♪ ( cheers and applause ) and trump went after the squad directly, tweeting, "they are now the top-most dot-dot-dot- dot-dot-dot-dot visible members of the house democrats who are now wedded to this bitterness and hate." wedded to bitterness and hate. you know it is serious when trump starts quoting his marriage vows. ( laughter )
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( cheers and applause ) and do you? it is a delicate dance for the republicans to defend obvious racism but they make it look easy. ( laughter ) and, and stupid. take, take pennsylvania representative and man whose eyebrows don't match the drapes... ( laughter ) mike kelly. kelly said of democrats, "they talk about people of color? i'm a person of color. i'm white." ( laughter ) yeah, yeah! i'm also a minority because there are very few people dumb enough to say what i just said." mister! put 'em up! he stupided on, "i'm an anglo- saxon.
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with a name like mike kelly, you can't be from any place else but ireland." holy stupid! ( laughter ) irish people are many things, kelly. one thing they are definitely not is anglo-saxons. you know how i know this? if my family were anglo-saxons the anglo-saxons wouldn't have driven my family off their land to go west of the river shannon to farm rocks. you are officially kicked out of being irish. please, turn in your erin go bragh button, your notre dame pendant and your box of lucky charms. oh, yes. ( cheers and applause ) yes. >> jon: that stereotype, for real? >> stephen: stereotypes are true, jon. all we eat is lucky charms. ( laughter ) we make a spoon out of potato and eat our lucky charms. >> jon: i believe it. >> stephen: and from one american of irish ancestry to
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another, mr. kelly, we are not people of color. under this makeup, my skin tone is uncooked calamari, okay? ( laughter ) i am translucent. you shine a flashlight on me and a rainbow comes out the other side. ( laughter ) but perhaps the dullest knife in the republican drawer is presidential son and man who has got big gums and he cannot lie, eric trump. here is what eric told the fox & friends today. >> my father is in there and he's fighting every day, he has to fight against the media. and he has to fight against these lunatics and guys, i'm telling you-- 95% of this country is behind him in this message. >> stephen: yeah, 95%-- ( laughter ) i'm telling you. ( laughter ) no.
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95% is behind my dad, okay? ( laughter ) okay, you better check my math, okay. he lost the popular vote, okay. >> jon: uh-huh. >> stephen: lowest approval rating of all time... and it's a bunny! hi, mr. bunny! dad, can i keep him? wait, come back! come back, mr. bunny. come back. come back! i love you! i love you! i love you. ( laughter ) they always leave. scene. ( cheers and applause ) there's one big story we haven't talked about since coming back from our break, and it is about
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millionaire financier and guy with a walk-in closet just for his skeletons, jeffrey epstein. epstein was recently arrested and accused of sex trafficking of minors. it is a disturbing story and there is a mountain of evidence that this guy is guilty. dozens of women have come forward, pornographic images were found in his home and we've learned that to cover his track, he shipped himself a large paper shredder and a carpet and tile extractor. yeah, he bought them at bed, bath and obviously guilty. ( laughter ) epstein-- this is a bit of strange detail here-- epstein even owns a mysterious private island, which he nicknamed little st. jeff's. which locals refer to as pedophile island and orgy island. huh, that might be a clue. ( laughter ) "excuse me sir, we're investigating a murder in the neighborhood, have you seen any suspicious activity?" "i haven't, might want to check with the guy who lives over at the stabby shack."
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( laughter ) epstein defended himself back in 2011 saying, "i am not a sexual predator. i'm an offender. it is the difference between a murderer and a person who steals a bagel." those are not the same thing. ( laughter ) here is how i know. no one has ever come to my door to say "hello, i just moved to the neighborhood and i'm required by the court to inform you that i once stole a cinnamon raisin bagel with a schmear." epstein has been doing this for decades. back in the 1970's he taught at the elite private school dalton, where he is known for violating norms in his encounters with girls and wandering the halls in a fur coat, gold chains and an open shirt that exposed his chest. what did he teach? ( laughter ) intro to pimping? ( laughter ) after he stopped teaching, epstein became a hedgefund manager who rubbed elbows with famous people like bill clinton, woody allen and crown prince mohammed bin salman, as well as superstar attorney alan
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dershowitz, who admits to getting a massage at epstein's mansion, but he said it wasn't from an underaged girl but an old, old russian. ( laughter ) and, brace yourselves for this detail. >> i kept my underwear on during the massage. >> stephen: now-- ( laughter ) some have doubted the truth of dershowitz's story, but in a "late show" exclusive we have tracked down the woman who massaged alan dershowitz. come on out, shirley! shirley, everybody. ( cheers and applause ) thank you very much. please, right down there. nothing to be afraid of. we're all your friends. shirley, thank you for being here. and i'm only asking to verify his story. how old are you?
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>> i'm 27. ( laughter ) >> stephen: you're 27 years old? why do you look so old? >> i-- i saw alan dershowitz in his underwear. ( laughter ) >> stephen: shirley, everybody. alan dershowitz's masseuse. ( cheers and applause ) thank you very much, shirley. jon, how about a little traveling music? ♪ ♪ ( applause ) heartbreaking. of course, those weren't epstein's only buddies. no circle of rich and creepy men is complete without donald trump. ( audience reacts ) that's right. epstein, clinton, dershowitz, trump, we have achieved full mount touch-more. ( laughter ) ( applause ) trump-- a family joke. worth it, there you go. trump was a fan of epstein's work. back in 2002 he called epstein
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"a terrific guy" and said "he's a lot of fun to be with. it is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as i do. and many of them are on the younger side." many of them on the younger side? that's not a fun quirk about your friend. that's a red flag. "my pal jeff dahmer is a lot of fun to be with, it is even said he loves people as much as i do. many of them on the medium rare side." ( laughter ) but now-- ( laughter ) alan dershowitz. ( cheers and applause ) alan dershowitz: "i ate one person but, very, very old and gristly." ( laughter ) but now that epstein is in trouble, trump has changed his tune. just last week, he had this to say about his old buddy. >> i wasn't a big fan of jeffrey epstein.
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i didn't want anything to do with him. it shows you one thing, that i have good taste, okay. i was not a fan of jeffrey epstein. >> stephen: i'm not a fan. i prefer sexual predators who weren't captured. ( laughter ) this morning-- ( cheers and applause ) quality. >> jon: quality joke. quality. >> stephen: this morning nbc dug up some archival footage of trump not being a fan of epstein back in 1992. coffee joe morning's mika tells the tale. >> a tape in the nbc archives of a mar-a-lago party shows trump giving epstein his personal attention. the footage, shot in november of 1992, before trump opened the resort of the club, shows the future president surrounded by cheerleaders for the buffalo bills and miami dolphins, capturing trump's fun-loving bachelor lifestyle. ( laughter )
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( cheers and applause ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: i'm sorry, that clip should come with a warning. "contains graphic imagery of donald trump dancing." ( laughter ) okay, i'm ready now, i'm ready. can we see that arrhythmic juddering again? mmm, yeah, feel the beat. mm, yeah, mmmm, yeah. feel the beat, then just ignore it and kind of snap and drag your feet back and forth. hey, ladies. ♪ ♪ mmmm, mmmm, mmmm. ♪ ♪ ( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪
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after that, trump hung out with his very special party guests. >> later in the footage trump is seen talking to epstein and another man, as women are dancing in front of them. trump alternates between dancing and pointing out women to epstein and the other man, and telling epstein about the cameras. then, trump says something else into epstein's ear that makes him double over with laughter. >> stephen: i'm pretty sure he said "i'm going to be president one day." ( laughter ) we have got a great show for you tonight. sofia vergara is here. but when we return, which democrat has got the dollah dollah bills, y'all. stick around. boost mobile has a super reliable,super fast network, so you can stay connected almost anywhere. like up here at lookout point.
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♪ ♪ ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey friend, jon batiste and say human, everybody. ( cheers and applause ) i'm sorry, jon, i'm sorry, jon. however awkwardly you try to dance, compared to donald trump, you are baryshnikov. sofia vergara is here, right over there talking us to and our friend david cross will be here today. but before we do that, i am over here because we had too much monologue. please have a seat, everybody. it is more monologue time, it is a craze sweeping the nation. >> jon: its a's happening. >> stephen: right off the bean we are going to get into this, big updates from the 2020
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election race, and i will tell you all about them in tonight's "doing it donkey style." >> abolish ice! ( applause ) >> stephen: the democratic candidates have been hitting the fundraising trail and we have some surprising results. the number one money maker this last quarter was pete buttigieg. ( cheers and applause ) who raked in a whopping $24.9 million. that is a lot of buttigieg butti-bread right there. he is even raking in cash in the big apple where he raised more money from new york city residents than new york mayor bill de blasio. now, i will admit that sounds bad, that does not sound good, that sounds bad. until you consider the full headline says pete buttigieg raised more money from new york city residents then bill de blasio got nationwide. ouch. yowch! mayor de blasio, you may not get the job you are applying for, but the good news is there might
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( applause ) >> stephen: hey, everybody, welcome back. folks. folks. that's right, give it up for the band right over there, one more time, one more time for the band right over there. ( cheers and applause ) you know my first guest as gloria on "modern family." she now stars in the new film "bottom of the ninth." please welcome back to the "late show" sofia vergara.
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( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪ nice to see you again, so lovely to have you back. >> thank you so much for having me, i am very happy to be here. >> stephen: i want to thank you for two things. >> what? >> stephen: the last time that you were here, no it is all good. the last time you were here you have your own intimate apparel line. >> yes, e.b.y. >> stephen: e.b.i. what does it stand for? >> e.b.i. is for empowered by you. >> stephen: okay, and so it is like... >> a line of underwear that you get on, how do you say, on the mail. >> stephen: yes, all the best underwear comes through the mail, by the way, all the very best underwear. >> okay. >> stephen: in an unmarked package. >> so and we are empowering
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women all over the world because we give them 10% of the profit. >> stephen: the people who are actually making it, which is fantastic. >> no, not that people that are making it, we are paying them but we are also helping-- yeah, we are. but we are empowering them. no, we are also, we have a foundation that we empower women to create their own businesses. >> stephen: that is wonderful. >> i brought you, i brought you. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: i didn't realize. >> i brought some. >> stephen: is this it? >> yeah. >> stephen: the second thing i want to thank you for is that i wanted to thank you for giving me a reason to explain to my wife why a beautiful woman gave me thong underwear. ( laughter ) that was very enjoyable. >> well, this time i didn't bring you thong. i brought you with more coverage. because now-- ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: that, that-- >> we have all the sizes from like extra small to 3x, and now this is not just a little, you
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know, sexy thong. this will hold anything, anything. anything, you want. >> stephen: if i go camping, i will use this to make a tent, thank you very much. that's very-- i love that. >> and look at the print, super- sexy, so you don't feel like are you wearing a diaper or anything or like a-- . >> stephen: and if i am on safari i can hide in the tall grass in my leopard print, thank you very much. >> they're waterproof, no, i'm kidding. >> stephen: what is this one? >> this one is a pickle. >> stephen: it is-- sorry, what is it again? >> a peacock. >> stephen: peacock. thank you very much, that is one word for it. okay. now-- >> they're fantastic, i love them. >> stephen: they are amazing. they feel wonderful. >> i am very proud of them. >> stephen: now is your lovely husband here? >> my lovely husband is here, yeah, we are very happy, we're on vacation. and we're promoting this movie together. so we are both in new york. and we're going back to l.a. soon. >> stephen: you were just in italy. >> in italy, yeah.
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>> stephen: right there. >> yeah. we spend almost two weeks there, going crazy, eating like animals. >> stephen: wow, eating like animal >> yeah, like we were counting and like when we were on the plane, and the numbers were really not good. >> stephen: what numbers? >> like we were there 12 days, and we each had two bowls of pasta a day. it was like 22 bowls of pasta each! >> stephen: 44 bowls of pasta. >> yeah, it's like, i regret it right now, this is not what i was wearing today but you know, it is a little tight. ( laughter ) >> stephen: you wear it well. you wear it well. this is exciting. have you ever performed with your husband before? >> no, this is the first time. >> stephen: so you show up with your husband in the new film "bottom of the ninth." i am assume it's a baseball movie, tell what it is about. >> well, it's a movie about-- ( laughter ) >> stephen: can you not tell me? is it like-- >> i am an idiot.
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i have been having a problem the whole day remembering these words. so i wrote it in my finger, in my hand but i have my glasses on. no-- . >> stephen: i will whisper it in your ear. >> it's my english. okay. so-- >> stephen: what is the movie about? >> so it was a movie about revenge-tion. ( laughter ) i wrote it so tiny when i had my glasses on. i'm an idiot, i'm jet lag, i'm sorry it is about revenge but i kept thinking constipation, like congestion, and like everything. >> stephen: it covers everything, everything. >> no, it is a movie about redemption! it is about a man who was supposed to have a great career with the yankees and everything went wrong when he was young.
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and then with the new york yankees. >> stephen: okay. >> i thought were you confused. >> stephen: i was not confused at all. >> okay. >> stephen: i was delighted to you have here. >> okay, thank you so much. and so then, i'm going to go on. >> stephen: please. >> so then the movie is about this, about redemption, this man that wanted to be in the yankees and something happened, he went to jail, he comes back, he wants a second chance. and i'm in the movie. >> stephen: are you his second chance? >> i am-- i was-- i don't know-- i was the girlfriend before he went to jail. and so he comes back and he is starting to, you know, see what is happening, and i show up. and i am a math teacher from the bronx. and i thought it was a perfect role for me, you know, an actress that worked in a show like "modern family," we don't have that much time to do movies because we have a small hiatus. so i'm always looking for a movie that i can really, you know, get in, and that year i
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didn't have anything. so i was like watching him cast this movie. and i'm like, "that part should be for me ." >> stephen: we have a clip here, can you tell us what is going on here? >> let me see what is it? >> stephen: i can't show it to you without showing it to them. the clip is about redemption. >> it is about redemption. so you know-- >> stephen: okay it is, two of you are outside a school. >> at the school, yes, yes and we are at the school and he wants, you know, to start his new life. and i want to help him. i want to, you know, i'm not thinking anything romantic at that point with him. i just want, you know, i feel nostalgic and i think i want to help him. so this is what is happening right here, still nothing crazy is going on. no contraception is needed at that point. ( laughter ) >> stephen: redemption, contraception? jim! >> hey, what are you doing out here? >> waiting for my lyft. >> your lyft.
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>> my ride is going to be here in one minute. >> what do you mean, how can you tell? >> look at this, that little car. >> for real? >> technology. any luck with the classes? >> i'm going to take this stupid aptitude test. >> you didn't even hand it in? >> no, i guess i wasn't ready for it. >> you know what? maybe i do need to help you. >> i love it, i love the role! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: "bottom of the ninth" is in theaters this friday. sofia vergara, everybody. we'll be right back with david cross. ( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪
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♪ the next american chinese original is here. new sichuan hot chicken. for a heart breaking limited time only at panda express. ♪ ♪ ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. ladies, ladies and gentlemen, folks, my next guest is a comedian and actor you know from "arrested development" and "mr. show." please welcome back to the "late show" david cross. ( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪ hi. >> hello, how are you? >> stephen: i'm doing well, and yourself? >> good, i wanted to
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congratulate you, pretty quickly. >> stephen: on? >> on, i'm so rarely up in this part of manhattan and new york and i was coming up the subway here and coming out, and i saw the big, you know, marquee, "late show with stephen colbert." >> stephen: yeah. >> and just congrats on that, man, that's great. >> stephen: thanks very much, yeah. >> because i-- yeah, because-- >> stephen: thank you very much, yeah, we want to let people know where i was. >> and that it is official now. the filling in time is over, it's official. >> stephen: first three years i was paper mache, it was a pinata, actually. >> oh, cool, did you ever get-- >> stephen: just yesterday when we were nominated for the emmys, we went whack, whack. >> and what was in there, congratulations. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: yeah, rats, it is new york. >> candied rats. and i want to congratulate the audience as well.
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>> stephen: sure, yeah. ( cheers and applause ) ( cheers and applause ) >> you know. >> stephen: all of these people are here tonight because they won an essay contest. i was reminded earlier that you and i had dinner on the lower east side, at a place called franks. >> yeah. >> stephen: and probably with paul dinello, one of our other mutual friends here, and you remember that dinner differently than i do, i was told today. >> i don't know what your remembrance of it is. >> stephen: almost none. >> well, i do, and i'm being completely sincere when i say this, it is a story that i've told often, one of my wife's favorite stories. we were out at dinner and tell me if you remember this.
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>> stephen: it is beginning to. >> okay, so we were at franks on second avenue in the east village. so then i'm talking to you. and the whole time you are like this. ( laughter ) and i'm continuing to talk, continuing to talk, and it takes me a little while to notice. and what i love about it is the absolute commitment to the bit which i totally respect from anybody. but it went on for awhile, took me a good few minutes. >> stephen: how long are we talking? >> close to seven hours. no, it was honestly, it was enough, it was enough time to make it awkward and weird. and it was several minutes. because i'm talking, jibber jabber, and telling this story. and then, you are not looking at me, just right off my shoulder, and then i finally noticed and i even addressed it, you don't respond, you don't break, and then eventually i go like, that
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and there is a giant picture mirror of, and stephen is just looking at himself, like-- ( laughter ) and it was great. and it-- ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: i vaguely remember that. i'm glad you enjoyed it. >> i did enjoy it. and it is honestly one of my favorite memories. >> stephen: thank you very much. >> it became more, the more successful you got, the more i enjoyed the story. >> stephen: you have a new album. it is called "oh, come on." okay. >> yeah. ( cheers and applause ) yeah. this is the result of the tour that i was plugging last time i was on the show. >> stephen: okay. and now this is the first album you have put out since you had your first child, your daughter. >> yeah. >> stephen: did it change the way you do comedy, or did it change anything about your subject matter or anything? >> yeah, sure, and i see the world a little differently now, there's more of a sense of urgency to what i think is important.
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and i mean, it is not all dad jokes, just so you know. the special, it is into the-- >> stephen: are there any dad jokes? >> yeah, roughly a third of it, but, i think, but yeah, but i mean like things like when my daughter was born-- and i say "daughter," we don't know yet. but-- you never know. it is up to her, him, they, z, whatever. but you know, you say that you have a kid and everybody is like congratulations. and i'm-- that always bothered me, even before i had a kid. i haven't done anything to be congratulated for yet. you know, i mean i barely had anything to do with it in the first place. my wife, had an affair and-- no, no, no, no, no. >> stephen: you had to think about it. >> no, it's like, we don't know
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how she's going to turn out yet. you know. parents, really smart, good, decent people, well-intentioned, you can be as well-intentioned as you want but you know, they could turn out to be a bit of a bitch, you know. so and you know, we're going to try, obviously. we're not going to intentionally raise a t.s.a. agent, but you never know what will-- you never know. you never know. never know. >> stephen: is there a sketch you wrote once that god and did it and are you like we can't show that to people, it is just too dark or too strange, we cannot show that. >> that we ever shot, no, no, a sketch that we shot that we never got-- >> stephen: yes, that you shot and. >> no, not-- not that i know of, no. >> stephen: okay. all right. okay. you don't have to. >> i feel like you are putting me on the spot. >> stephen: i'm not, but it kind
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of my job to ask you questions that maybe puts you off balance. >> well, maybe you are a fake news guy. yeah. ( audience reacts ) my cup, my cup! my cup! what have you done to my cup! noooooo! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: "oh, come on," is available now. david cross, everybody. we'll be right back with a performance by tove lo. ♪ ♪
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>> stephen: her new album, "sunshine kitty," comes out this fall. performing her single, "glad he's gone," please welcome tove lo. ( cheers and applause )
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♪ ♪ >> ♪ he's gone he's gone ♪ you're better off i'm glad that he's gone ♪ he's gone he's gone ♪ you're better off i'm glad that he's gone ♪ i got a girlfriend she's got a boyfriend ♪ she calls me crying every day 'cause they got problems ♪ he likes complaining she's compromising coming to me for real advice when he just playing ♪ i can tell she loves him way too deep ♪ he loves being super hard to please ♪ cover the basics it's pretty easy ♪ he's a bitch with some expectations ♪ did you get down on his birthday? ♪ yup did you let him leave a ♪ necklace? yup ♪ or did you show him all your crazy? ♪ no blow him up on the weekends? ♪ hmm did you give in to his ego? ♪ just to give a little confidence? ♪ i think you know it's time to let go ♪ you're better off i'm glad that he's gone ♪ my baby never no tears for that sucker ♪ only one love that's a bummer ♪ dancing all night get guys' numbers ♪ better off i'm glad that he's gone
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♪ he's gone baby, no tears for that sucker ♪ we'll never go dry this whole summer ♪ wanna get over get under ♪ you're better off i'm glad that he's gone ♪ he's gone, he's gone you're better off ♪ i'm glad that he's gone he's gone ♪ bitch, i love you he never loved you ♪ he never saw the pretty things in you that i do ♪ i missed your madness you're kinda ratchet ♪ we used to go out every night get into bad things ♪ you and me under each other's wing ♪ we were free 'til he spoiled everything ♪ cover the basics it's pretty easy ♪ he's a bitch with some expectations ♪ did you get down on his birthday? ♪ yup did you let him ♪ leave a necklace? yup ♪ or did you show him all your crazy? ♪ no blow him up on the weekends? ♪ hmm did you give in to his ego? ♪ yup just to give a little ♪ confidence? no ♪ i think you know it's time to let go ♪ you're better off i'm glad that he's gone ♪ my baby never no tears for that sucker
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♪ only one love that's a bummer ♪ dancing all night get guys' numbers ♪ better off i'm glad that he's gone ♪ he's gone baby, no tears for that sucker ♪ we'll never go dry this whole summer ♪ wanna get over, get under better off ♪ i'm glad that he's gone he's gone ♪ he's gone you're better off ♪ i'm glad that he's gone you and me ♪ under each other's wing but he spoiled everything ♪ bitch, i love you he never loved you ♪ he never loved you my baby ♪ never no tears for that sucker only one love ♪ that's a bummer dancing all night ♪ get guys' numbers better off ♪ i'm glad that he's gone baby, no tears for that sucker ♪ we'll never go dry this whole summer ♪ wanna get over, get under we get under ♪ better off i'm glad that he's gone ♪ he's gone he's gone ♪ he's gone you're better off
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♪ i'm glad that he's gone he's gone ♪ he's gone you're better off ♪ i'm glad that he's gone he's gone ♪ he's gone you're better off ♪ i'm glad that he's gone he's gone ♪ he's gone you're better off ♪ i'm glad that he's gone ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: tove lo, everybody! we'll be right back. ♪
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