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and curbside pickup, as well as scaring the e ap out of their greeters. [ laughter ] they're coming from the sky! ahh! ahh, welcome to walmart! ahh! reese witherspoon hinted in a plans for a third "legally so apparently, there was a second "legally blonde" movie. [ laughter and applause ] huh. probably her getting up to her old hijinks. [ light laughter ] the stanley hotel in colorado, which served as the inspiration for stephen king's "the shining", released plans last week to become a horror- themed museum. "um, yeah, us too," said days inn. [ laughter ] "that's also what we have been doing.
enjoy the museum -- the horror museum." [ light laughter ] american airlines announced last week that it will begin selling "no frills" fares next year, which do not come with standard options, like in-flight snacks or seat selections. or drinking water or takeoffs or landings. [ laughter ] a professional markswoman has come out with a new fall-themed video where she carves a jack-o'-lantern by firing a rifle at it. and i think we actually have a picture of the finished product. [ laughter ] [ audience groans ] good markswomanship. [ light laughter ] scientists released a study this weekend, showing that drugs developed to fight cancer and arthritis may work as topical creams to redudu balding and stimulate hair growth. so, if you're balding and you
great news? [ laughter ] an indiana woman is recovering after being shot in the foot this weekend, when she left her shotgun on the ground and it went off when her dog named trigger stepped on it. [ laughter ] she is now resting comfortably at home with her other dog, gas leak. [ laughter ] a canadian restaurant chain -- a canadian restaurant chain has introduced a new half-pound burger, featuring a meat patty stuffed with reese's peanut butter cups and topped with bacon and crispy onions. [ audience groans ] and if you could eat only one burger before you die, this one would probably do it. [ laughter ]
and finally, according to a new survey, in 2015 more high school students are using electronic cigarettes than traditional cigarettes. god, i remember when my dad caught me smoking an e-cig. he took me out to the shed and forced me to smoke an entire vcr. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show for you tonight! [ cheers and applause ] he's one of the stars of nbc's "the voice," blake shelton is in the house tonight! [ cheers and applause ] how about that? she is one of the stars of cinemax's "the knick," eve hewson is joining us this evening. [ cheers and applause ] and then after that, blake's gonna come back and perform his song, "sangria" for us. [ cheers and applause ] very fun night. now, real quick, are you guys familiar with these dog-shaming websites? i don't know if you've ever seen these, but the way they work is people will take a picture of
a little sign that says what the dog did. all right, here's an example. "i like to hide tennis balls around the house." pretty cute, right? here's another one. "i eat my daddy's wooden furniture." adorable. adorable. but these -- these are all minor offenses. after searching around the internet, we found some websites featuring dogs that have done much, much worse things. we'd like to show them to you now in a segment we call "extreme dog shaming." [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: extreme, indeed. let's take a look at our first dog. he looks pretty cute. [ audience aws ] i can't imagine he'd do anything too bad. "i call women i don't know 'sweetheart'." [ laughter ] bad dog. nobody likes that. bad dog. who do we have next? oh, i like this guy. "when i write e-mails, every word is in all caps." [ laughter ] bad dog, because it sounds like you're yelling. sounds like you're yelling at me. i don't want to come to your barbecec if i feel like you'u'
who do we have next? oh, this guy's adorable. what could he have done? "when you ask 'how are you?', i say, 'well, now that you ask, not great.'" [ laughter ] not that -- it's lika figure of speech. nobody actually cares. bad dog. who's next? oh. he couldn't have done anything too bad. "i looked at the pictures of justin bieber's penis a little too long." [ laughter ] bad dog. bad dog. been there. bad dog. [ laughter ] who's next? [ audience aws ] this one seems like a a od little boy. "i volunteer a aa nursing home so i c steal painkillers." [ laughter ] bad dog. who do we have next? he's an older dog. "when i saw the movie 't sixth sense', i shouted, 'he's a ghost' during the opening credits." [ laughter ] ruined. that ruined the whole movie. who's next? taking a walk of extreme shame. oh, these two are adorable. [ audience aws ]
"before we had sex, i promised this other dog i was neutered and now she's pregnant." you a nasty dog. [ laughter ] who's next? th looks like a good little fella. "i'm in blackface right now." whoa. [ laughter ] whoa. i almost forgot. it's time for the twitter question of the week. as you all know, halloween is coming up. the twitter question of the week is: do you like ghosts and ghouls? if you like ghosts and ghouls, tweet the word "yes" to @latenightseth and @barackobama. now, if you don't like ghosts and ghouou, tweet "i am scared of ghosts and ghouls" to qantas airlines, @qantas. [ laughter ] now let's get back to the dog shaming. oh! look at this little fella. i like him.
[ laughter and applause ] bad dog. [ light laughter ] who's next? oh, look at this g g. he's adorable. "not only do i approve of women who breastfeed in public, i hold eye contact." [ laughter ] that's creepy. you're a terrible -- creepy, terrible dog. let's sewho's up next. oh, no, wait a minute, this is my dog. this is my dog, frisbee. frisbee, what did you do? "people describe me as small and delicate. i say the same things about parts of seth." [ laughter ] you know what? you're a bad dog. you funny, but you're a bad dog. that was "extreme dog shaming." we'll be right back with mr. blake shelton. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and appppuse ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night." everybody please give it up for the 8g band over there. best band -- [ cheers and applause ] in late night. also, returning to the show on drums, from arcade fire jeremy gara. thank you so much for being back with us, this week. [ cheers and applause ] jeremy. our first guest is a nine-time cma winner whose latest album, "reloaded: 20 #1 hits," is available in stores now.
he's also one of the judges on the hit show "the voice," which airs monday and tuesday nights on nbc. please welcome to the show, blake shelton. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: how are you? [ cheers and applause ] >> hey. look at that. >> seth: so happy, they're so happy you're here. [ cheers and applause ] >> man. >> seth: so happy you're here. i bet it's ashley -- >> your audience is awesome. >> seth: they're really -- it's a hot crowd tonight. [ cheers and applause ] it's a hot crowd tonight. >> it's like the complete opposite of my concert. >> seth: oh really, your concert just pin drops. that's what they say. a blake shelton concert, you can get reading done at your concert? [ laughter ] this is so exciting to have you here. congratulations. season nine of "the voice." when it started, did you have any sense you would be doing it for nine seasons? >> no. we thought it was like ridiculous.
adam -- adam and i -- and at the time, cee lo and christina, we were like -- we wanted to do the show just bebeuse it seemed like it'd be fun, but secretively, as we got to know each other better, it would be like -- this is really stupid -- like -- [ laughter ] like, i don't know. what were you thinking? like -- what is this button? we're given, like, this button, and it's like, freakin' "family feud" and we turn around, like what are we doing? and then it turned into that. >> seth: yeah. >> so it's crazy. >> seth: as you explained -- >> because of me. i mean -- >> seth: exactly. well, that is -- you have -- i think one of the great feuds, and i think what we like the feud is we know that you and adam are friends. but it is one of the great tv feuds, you and adam. >> like so. it's -- okay. >> seth: but you have so taken advantage of the fact that adam shaved his head. you were delighted by this. >> did you see it? [ laughter ] >> seth: i mean i saw -- [ laughter ] what i saw was you making some very it interesting comparisons on twitter. >> oh, yeah. let me see. >> seth: well you, for instance, you said he looked a little bit like voldemort. [ laughter and applause ] >> all right that's mine -- i
[ applause ] >> seth: wait, you want to brag about knowing the technology? >> i went, i downloaded an app called text stitch or something. i'm like, oh, my god. look what a douche he looks like. i got to figure out, like how can i -- [ laughter ] >> seth: well, let me tell you, whatever you paid for the app, you got your money's worth. this is a good one. [ laughter ] >> squidward. >> seth: i kind of -- >> that's pretty good there. >> seth: that's good. and i will say, this is friendly writhing, but then this is where i wonder if you guys actually are friends. cause this -- [ laughter ] this is the one on top of the scale. so what makes me happy -- >> that's a sperm cell, in case -- [ laughter ] >> seth: what i like about this, now that i know you downloaded the app, 'cause this means you went to google images, and you typed "sperm." >> and, seth, i went through all the sperm pictures until i found the right one. [ laughter ] that i wanted. that's how -- >> seth: well, that is -- well that's what everybody says about blake shelton. >> that's how passionate i am. >> seth: attention to detail. you have -- >> that's right. >> seth: you -- you obviously have a great judges on the show,
come on as a consultant, i guess. what do you call rihanna? >> wait -- wait a minute, because i've got a -- they came to me before the show and i'll ask then, seth really wants to talk to you about rihanna. >> seth: we do. yeah. >> how you're like obsessed with rihanna. >> seth: i kind of am. yeah. i want to know everything. >> okay -- so i was like, well okay, what are we gonna -- so, let's hear it. >> seth: let's hear it. no, you're the one who got to hang out with her. you tell me. [ light laughter ] was it awesome? >> yes. >> seth: yeah. >> she was like -- [ light laughter ] she was asking about you. >> seth: no. i don't believe that. >> she was. [ laughter ] >> seth: why would she? why would somebody on "the voice" ask about me? it doesn't make sense. >> i don't know. she's really cool. i actually was nervous about that too. but just like -- it's one thing when we ask a mentor to help. but then the last few seasons, they've had this mega mentor that comes in. and it's been like taylor swift and, you know other people. and then -- [ laughter ] and i can't remember. >> seth: they really made an impact on you. >> because it's like taylor swift and rihanna are the two that stand out in my mind. but she's so like -- she's such a smart ass. >> seth: she's really, yeah. >> and i'm like, oh my god, i'm totally going to push this girl
around with my crazy wit. and -- [ laughter ] i never could get the upper hand with her. she's totatay -- the only thing i could embarrrrs her about a little bit was -- because i was trying to geher to be like flirty a little bit. >> seth: yeah. >> you know. i mean, why not? >> seth: right. yeah. [ laughter ] >> i mean, i'm a perfect match for rihanna. >> seth: yeah. >> and, so i was coming up with our -- our couple name. >> seth: oh, right. >> bliana was one of them. >> seth: bliana. that's good. >> and i tried rake. >> seth: that doesn't work. >> actually, neither one of them work. >> seth: they're not great. bubuof the two, bliana's better. it's interesting you say flirtiti with her, because i i- she's one of those people that would -- cause she did "snl" and she did music a bunch of times when i was there. and every once in a while we met in the hallway and she was like, "hey, how is it going?" and i think i said like -- [ mumbling ] [ laughter ] so i think if she was asking about me, she might have been saying, "is he brain damaged?" [ laughter ] >> did he ever get over the
stroke? 'cause he clearly had a stroke when i met him. >> seth: it's not a bad thing, he hosts a talk show after having a stroke like that. had. >> seth: you're a four-time wier of "the voice." >> seth: the most ever. the most of anyone. >> seth: yeah, twice as many as matters to you. everybody has their different how, you know, like gwen is like -- you know, this is a woman's point of view, and i've been in a band. what is your -- how would you define the blake shelton sales pitch to these contestants? >> lies. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> like, if you're really passionate about something, right? >> seth: yeah.h. >> like, you were with rihanna. >> seth: yeah. >> you'll say anything. even if it's n english. >> seth: right. exactly. [ laughter ] >> like, you're like, "man, i will give you a million dollars if you'll pick me as your coach. i will --" >> seth: gotcha. >> i'll do anything. i'll do anything. that's always my take. >> seth: and then i think the teaching them something about
the music business by lying to them. [ laughter ] like you're giving them a very >> yeah, well, yeah. >> seth: the first place they met in the music industry was honest with them that would be so heartbreaking if they moved on. >> that would not be a great coach. wouldn't be teaching them a damn thing, right? >> seth: now, so i was lucky enough i think a couple years ago, i went to the cmas. >> i know. >> seth: so you are a nine-time cma winner. you're also a grammy nominee, been to the grammys, as well. >> i don't think -- have i won nine of those? are you sure? is that what they told you? >> seth: they told me nine. couldn't like, couldldt name them, but nine is a lolo congratulations.s. >> i don't think that's right. but okay. awesome. [ laughter ] that's a lot. >> seth: are you a little worried -- >> i knew how many grammys i've won. >> seth: how many is that again? >> zero. [ laughter ] >> seth: okay good, i have that. >> which is why i know that -- >> seth: i have that as well. i have that as well. >> that's how i know the grammys are rigged. [ light laughter ] >> seth: but i have to say, i -- tell me for you, i get -- i got the sense, being at the cmas you all know each other incredibly well, better than anyone at any other awards show would know,
because of -- ththe is a sense of community. there is a lot of, like, jokes about one another that i feel likeeople would not maket an oscars or a -- you know, the emmys -- is it as fun of a night as it looks? >> this year is going to be awkward at the cmas, speaking of jokes. it's going to be because we are and we're also -- everybody there is friends, you know. >> seth: yeah, but no one would -- there's not going to be >> there's got to be one about me and miranda. brad paisley is not doing g s job if he doesn't look down there and go, "ha ha!" [ laughter ] i mean he's got to do it. you know what i mean? >> seth: so you put -- that you are ready for it? >> you have to address the elephant in the room. >> seth: but i think that is different. i think in a different awards show they wouldn't and i think that's what makes the cmas better, is you're saying, "oh he's got to," because you know in the place it's coming from. >> i mean like, we've had the conversations like, "okay, dude, i will go sit thererand let -- you know, let you kick me in the face a few t tes and i know it's
coming." >> seth: are those fun nights, the after -- would you -- is it a late night after the ceremony? >> yes, oh, my god. there's been some -- there have been some times that -- i remember the beginnings, and they were -- [ laughter ] they were so much fun. the beginnings of those parties are so much fun, i remember. >> seth: i'm not surprised you can't remember if it was nine. >> there's b bn times, like i think the laststwards show i remember going to an after party -- we -- like, several artists got together and rented an entire bowling alley. and we just went there and like took over this bowling alley and did karaoke, and just, you know. we are really are like, everybody is friends. if you're -- if you're in the country industry, you know, or -- it really is a family, you know. >> seth: that's nice. >> a big inbred family. it's awesome. [ laughter ] >eth: that seems like a nice family. speaking of familili, you just met christina's baby. and this is the first time? >> you're so gbeat at these
>> seth: thank god. that one -- that one -- >> man your segues are like -- >> seth: i got to be honest, that one fell into my lap and i was pretty happy about it, as well. [ laughter ] pretty happy about, as well. glad you caught it, blake. so you met cristina's baby. how would you say it went? 'cause i'm about to show a photo and i'm going to give you a chance to frame it first. [ laughter ] >> you know, i'm n n good with babies. >> seth: really? >> i just haven't quite gotten the hang -- >> seth: 'cause i would say this baby is desperately trying to get away from you. [ laughtir ] >> you know -- okay. so -- >> seth: there's reaching. look at that. that hand is reaching for help. [ laughter ] >> so matt, which is -- which is baby daddy, came up and he's like, "cristina, will you take this picture?" and i was like, man -- i mean, i guess. [ laughter ] i mean -- i don't -- i have clearly been drinking in t tt picturur seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> so i'm like, are you sure you want me? i'm not the guy, you know. okay. and the baby senses that. i'm like a little bit -- >> seth: right. >> ion't want to hurt the baby. and i could fall in that picture, probably. [ laughter ] >> seth: well, i -- you've got to say this baby has a good
sense of people. it's a good judge of character. >> i will say, those two make some good looking -- that's probably not her best picture, but she's -- >> seth: rigig. i thininshe's cute. >> normally, she i iadorable and has a cute smile. >> seth: would you ever see her being held by someone who likes babies, she looks great. [ light laughter ] >> i like babies, i just don't want to drop one. >> seth: i get it. i get it. that's very noble. so you're in l.a. for "the voice." but your home is oklahoma. >> yes. >> seth: you drive in oklahoma, obviously. no country music star doesn't drive around. you probably have a truck. you probably have several trucks. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> seth: l.a. l.a., a place where you have to drive -- is it true you don't drive in l.a.? >> i don't -- i don't know -- i don't really know where anything is so there's no point in me driving. >> seth: there are -- you've got to try these things. they're called maps. [ laughter ] you really -- i can't even imagine being in l.a. and not driving. >> well, here's the deal. and i'm confident enough to say
this now. i've made enough money now that i'm cool w wh calling somebody and saying, "hey, get your ass over here and drive me to work." >> seth: there you go. >> "because i don't feel like driving right now and i don't want to be able to drive when work is over." >> seth: i will say this. >> so -- so drive me to work. >> seth: that's safe. and i -- l.a. is one of the most dreadful places on earth to drive. where i imagine oklahoma is one of the most wonderful places to drive, where it's not bumper to bumper traffic. you can actually use your car for what it's meant for. >> what are you setting me up for? >> seth:h:'m not setting you up for anytytng. i just really -- i'd love to go for a drive with you in oklahoma. >> i saddle up the horse and go to the post office once a week and get supplies. [ laughter ] okay. >> seth: yeah, thank you. that's where i wanted to get out of you. you finally admit it. >> a week's worth of groceries. >> seth: you obviously have a fan base. your fans give you gifts all of the time. i heard about a great -- >> i know what you heard about. >> seth: i just -- please tell -- because i couldn't believe you actually got this as a gift. >> well it's'sot -- i don't know that it was a gift. ititas a gift, because it was given to me. but i was playing --
[ laughter ] et sounds like a disease, doesn't it, when i say it like that. [ laughter ] so i was playing this concert one night, and i ion't even remember. this is years ago. and it was like the encore, and there was some things that people put, you know, a stuffed animal on stage sometimes or a flower or something. and i looked down and somebody was likekeointing at this papepe sack, and they set it on the stage, and it was a fair i played -- it was a fair that i played that night. i play the big gigs, let me tell you. [ laughter ] so i was going through, thank you, and i'm gathering the things that people set on stage, along with this bag. and i remember i went back to the bus and it was hot and i sat down on the bus and i had all that crap that sitting up there that they had given me. and i kind of looked over and i thought, "what theheell is in that bag?" [ laughter ] and i thought, got the bag and i sat it on my lap and i started unraveling the top of it and once i got it open, this freakin' iguana --
[ laughter ] and it jumped out, and it landed on -- and i was like, "oh!" you know. and i grabbed it and i threw it across the room. you know, almost killed the thing, y y know. but at that fair, you know. when i was a kid, if you -- you might win a goldfish. >> seth: yeah. right. >> or a stuffed animal. this was -- people are winning iguanas at this -- [ laughter ] >> seth: what i like, is someone won an iguana and thought, you know who would like this? [ laughter ] blake shelton. i'm gonna give this to blake shelton. >> or some kid's parent was like, "you know what, gimme that, you're not taking that me. [ laughter ] here, i know who is getting that." [ laughter ] >> seth: however scared you were, imagine the iguana who all of a sudden sees blake and is like, "blake shelton!" i mean. [ laughter ] of anybody. that's crazy. >> oh, he was so surprised. i'm so famous. even the iguana is like, "whoa!" [ laughter ] and then i threw him against the wall. >> seth: but you've been best friends ever since.
it's a lizard. >> seth: it's a a zard. >hey can take a hit.. >> seth: yeah, they can take a hit. thank you so much for being here and thank you for sticking around and singing for us later. i really appreciate it. >> i'm so excited about it. >> seth: blake shelton everybody. "the voice" airs monday and tuesday nights on nbc. we'll be right back with eve hewson. [ cheers and applause ] introducing... the biggest of five sizes on verizon's new simple plan. 18 glorious gigs for $100 a month plus $20 per phone. that's 50% more data for just $20 more. so you can do more of what you love without compromising on a... so-so network. because verizon is the only network that's number one in speed, call, data, and reliability. what's better than that? get $300 when you trade in your device and buy a new one. stop by or visit us online and get the e ggest deals...
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night," everybody. our next guest is a very talented actress who stars alongside tom hanks in theheew film "bridge of spies" and appears every friday night on the hit show, "the knick," on cinemax. let's take a look. >> this is where we perform all of our surgeries. i think it's a special place. you wouldn't believe what happens here. >> don't let yourself get too impressed by anything a man can do. or it wiwi be like grand centrtr depot. i'm all interested in the
miracles god can prove. >> the things we can do. i think they might impress even you. >> seth: please welcome to the show, eve hewson. [ cheers and applause ] how are you? >> i'm good. >> seth: i'm so delighted to have you here. >> thanks. >> seth: i'm a big fan of "the knick." we had clive owen last night. the show is, for those who haven't seen it, it is particularly gory. there'e'a lot of blood. it's a lot of, like, of-the-air of surgeries. are you someone who is -- you get all grossed out? do you get light-headed around the blood in your show? >> yeah, i'm a famous fainter in my family. i've been fainting all my life. >> seth: oh, my goodness, congratulations. >> yeah, working really hard at it. [ laughter ] thank you. but for some reason on the show,
actually, after we shot season one, i -- i was in a restaurant withy friend who just had a baby and she was talking about cesareans and i ended up fainting and smacked my head on the floor in the restaurant, woke up, having blacked out for, like, ten seconds, and had to go to the hospital for the night. it was a bit embarrassing. >> seth: so you can work on "the knick" and you're fine and someone talks totoou about the nature of childbirth andndou're ju out. >> is something to do with the uterus and i'm like -- >> seth: i've been there. >> and my friends -- [ laughter and applause ] yeah, my friend who took me to the hospital was like, "you've seen 'the knick,' right? you've seen it." >> seth: it is a wonderful period show. you get to film in brorolyn, which is great. and it is victorian. and so, you have horses and buggies. and now, in brooklyn, is that something where people are like, "that's totally noal" or are people super weirded out? >> no, people are completely freaked out, and they usually walk through takes. they're very confused. we actually had one person on a
bike. we were doing this scene, and there was horse and carriages d people dressed up p om 1900s, like, 200 extras. and this guy with rode through on his bicycle and`kind of stopped in the middle of the tape and he was like, "what?" [ laughter ] and he rode out, and the producer goes, "that's ryan gosling!" [ laughter ] and d 're like, "what?" it was ryan gosling. >> seth: ryan n sling should knkn better than to bikeken to a tetevision show set. [ laughter ] >> i know. >> seth: i like the moment that he was looking around. i wonder what was going through his head. >> he's like, "oh, these sets are cool." >> seth: i've never been on a bike in the middle of one. so "bridge of spies." you were in this film with tom hanks. is it true that you just hate tom hanks? >> i do. he's the worstst i i te him. >> seth: the most lovely guy on earth, yes? >> there is nothing scandalous to say about tom hanks. everyone ask me, "what is it like working with tom hanks?" i'like, "he's tom hanks. i don't know whato tell you." he's exactly what you imagine him to be.
he's really cool, really easy going. >> seth: it is -- you get angry when you meet tom hanks, you find out he is exactly as nice as tom hanks is supposed to be. >> you're like, "say something controversial. come on. make me hate you." >> seth: bututope, nothing. he's just totohanks all the time, 24/7. [ light laughter ] he's got it figured out. >> i know. >> seth: so you went to nyu. you graduated in 2013. obviously things are going well for you as an actress. was that something -- where you were auditioning while you were at nyu? >> yeah, i was auditioning. i moved to new york when i was 18. and luckily i had an agent. so i was like, " "gn me up for anything. i'm ready. let's go." so i was auditioning through school. i had to audition through my lunch break. i used to lie and say that i was sick. i was jewish a lot, which isn't true. [ laughter ] but jewish people get a lot of holidays. >> seth: of course. [ laughter ] "i'm one of the many irish jews." >> "yeah, i'm an irish jew." people are like, "hmmm, i don't know." but, yeah, i auditioned.
i used to run from our studio in chelsea to midtown to do my auditions. i did an audition for "game of thrones" during lunch time, which at the time, i had no idea what "game of thrones" was. i was like, "i don't know if this thing's gonna go very well." [ light laughter ] i am like, "there is this stick with these dragons. i don't think it's going to be a hit." so i didn't rerely care. so i ran to midtown, and i was like, "i am princess daenerys, queen of dragons! okay, cheers, thanks a million. see you later!" and i ran back to school. >> seth: and you got back and you're like, "i'm so sorry. that was one of those hour-long jewish holidays. that went great! i'm sorry i'm sweating. it's one of those hot ones where we work out the whole time." "i just had to go see my rabbbb" >> seth: now, some may or may not know this about you. your father is bono. so you grew up around -- >> who? >> seth: yes, i know. not a lot of people here know. but you grew up around, obviously, rock and roll and a very famous father. was that something -- did you spend a lot of time, like on tour?
like, is that somethininyou did? >> yeaea >eth: okay. >> we did. we used to go, like, three months, four months out of the year, and take school off and go touring. >> seth: did you like it? when you -- as a young person. >> i loved it. >> seth: i guess i would love it, too. >> i grew up in stadiums and -- yeah, and hotels. and -- so, yeah, it was a lot of fun. >> seth: that's great. and were they worrrrd at all? were your parents wowoied when you decided you wantnt to go to the field and yououanted to try to be an actress? >> they were terrified. >> seth: they were? >> yeah, they didn't want me to do it at all. >> seth: what did they want you to do? >> they wanted me to be, like, a lawyer or an architect or a doctor. >> seth: gotcha. >> like most parents. >> seth: those are the three when you think about it. i think when you tell your parents, they're the least amount of worried. i think all parents are worried. but if you say, "l"lyer, doctor, architect," they're like, "okay, thank god." >> oh, yeah. i was, like, "i want to be an actress." they're like, "but what about law? it would be so great for you." >> seth: that seems like a tough sell, when you're like, "i know you spent your youth in stadiums watching your father be a rock star, but what about contract law?" [ laughter ] >> there was no going back.
>> seth: there was no going back. well, i'm glad for all of our behalf there was no going back. ngratulations for everything d thank you so much for being re. >> thank you so much. >> seth: eve hewson, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] "bridge of spies" is in theaters now, and "the knick" airs friday nights on cinemax. we'll be right back with more t&
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seth? >> seth: yeah, can i help you? >> um, aren't you forgetting to mention something? >> seth: no, i don't think i am. >> are you sure? >> seth:h:eah, i'm sure. >> do you mean to tell me you're going to go this whole entire show without mentioning that today is the 12th anniversary of the home video release of the film "the matrix reloaded?" [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah, there was no way i was going to do that. [ laughter ] >> come on, man! >> seth: wait, i'm sorry. hold on, hold on.. are you honestly expecting me to take a moment out of tonight's show and talk about how today is the anniversary of the home video release of "the matrix"? >> it's "the matrix reloaded." [ laughter ] the second one, the best one. >> seth: you think the second "matrix" is the best "matrix"?"? >> yeah,h,o i and so does 100% of this audience, right, guys? [ cheers and applause ]
>> seth: please don't encourage them like that. i'm sorry, buddy. but there is no reality in which i was ever going to do that. >> well, she said if you didn't then she would go down there and rip your [ bleep ] head off. [ laughter ] >> seth: you leave her alone. >> please talk about "the matrix reloaded" on home video. >> seth: hey! look, man. i know you're upset because you put on a wig and you put on your makeup. >> makeup? it took me six years to grow these dreads, bro. and i haven't seen the sun for ten years! [ laughter ] >> seth: sorry, you planned this for ten years? >> yes! now talk about "the matrix." >> seth: sorry, real quick, which "matrix" character are you dressed as? >> uh, duh! i'm one of those spooky ass digital twins. you know, the ones that go -- and they turn into a ghost and the bullets fly through them? >> seth: you know what? look man, i think we have to move on with the show. >h, yeah, yeah. totally, sure. go on with t t show, broadcast your stuff.. but real quick, talk about "the matrix reloaded." >> seth: i just don't feel like it's important to address the 12th year anniversary of really anything, let alone the home video release of the second "matrix." >> "the matrix reloaded."
even want me to say? >> i mean, i really don't know. maybe something like this. [ laughter ] october 14th, 2003. a nation wakes up squinting at the bright new light of a new day. 50 cent's "in da club" rises to number one on the billboard top 100. "hairspray" wins the tony for best mususal. ananthe united states of america celebrates the just victory in the liberation of iraq. however, this story of redemption begins in 1994. the scene, hollywood, cali -- >> seth: i'm sorry, i'm sorry. i just want to go back for a second because i heard you say that october 14th is the anniversary. but today is october 27th. [ laughter ] >> yeah, i couldn't get tickets that day for the show. [ laughter ] i had a court date. >> seth: yeah, yeah, yeah. all right. give it up for the dumb guy. we'll be right back.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night," everybody. now performing his record breaking 20th number one single, "sangria," give it up for blake shelton. [ cheers and applause ] you're crashing into me like waves on the coast every time we talk you move in close i don't want you to stop
to stop tonight t we've got the last two glasses on a straw hut bar trying to remember what number we are string of white lights making your eyes shine tonight we're buzzing like that your skin is begging to be kissed by a little more than the sun you take my hand in yours you lean in and your lips taste like sangria your lips taste like sangria yeah wrecking ball dancing down the hallway u're holding your shoes wearing my shades
warm kiss we're buzzing like that no vacancy sign out front your skin is begging to be kissed by a little more than the sun you take my hand yours you lean in and your lips taste like sangria your lips taste lili sangria only thing i want to do tonight is drink you like a spanish wine let you let this head of mine keep spinning spinning around we're buzzing like that no vacancy sign out front your skin is begging to be kissed by a little more than the sun you take my hand d yours
[ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: my thanks to blake shelton, eve hewson, jeremy gara, and, of course, the 8g band. stay tuned for carson daly. see you tomorrow. [ cheers and appppuse ] >> carson: hey, what's up everybody. i'm carson daly. this is last call coming to you from 97.1 amp radio. i do a little morning show here. tonight, goldroom will perform from the fyf festival. we got phoebe robinson, she's
appearing in o o comic spotlight. but first, terry gilliam is a writer, director, animator and comedian best known, of course, for his work on monty python. he's here tonight to talk about his new book entitled "gilliamesque: a pre-posthumous memoir." we'll go to rockwell table and stage. now, take a look. >> i got home from a trip to france to discover i was dead. somebody at variety had pushed the wrong button and then up came the headline. "monty python's terry gilliam, director 'of brazil', dead at x-x-x." spelled out. and very quickly, i discovered i wasn't dead and put something page and got more hits than anything i've ever done in my a million two, just like that,