tv Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC September 28, 2016 11:37pm-12:38am MDT
[ cheers and applause ] ? >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." star of marvel's "luke cage," mike colter. music from chris lane. featuring the 8g band with danny carey. ? [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening everybody i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] yeah.
news. first lady michelle obama campaigned for hillary clinton today telling voters, quote, we need an adult in the white house. and joe biden said, "okay, but they can't come in my pillow fort." [ laughter ] donald trump last night held his first rally since monday's debate and told supporters hillary clinton showed she is stuck in the past. luckily hillary knows someone who can get her back to the future. [ cheers and applause ] aids close to donald trump say he is planning more rigorous preparation for his next debate with hillary clinton. wow, he is going to be even more prepared than this? >> the facts are, i did say i hoped it would be a good deal but when it was negotiated -- >> not. [ laughter ] >> seth: "i watched a lot of 'wayne's world' sketches."
fined this week for trying to drive into a car pool lane with a cardboard cut out of donald trump glued to his passenger seat. [ laughter ] cops became suspicious when trumps mouth wasn't moving. [ laughter ] donald trump supporters are claiming that hillary clinton used a secret device monday night to boost her debate performance and we have a picture of it right here. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's right. trump supporters are claiming that hillary wore a secret device to boost her performance. though to be fair donald trump's been wearing a secret device this entire campaign. [ laughter ] starting next month, uber will try to compete with new york city subway by offering unlimited car pool rides in manhattan for $200. so your choice new york. a crowded train or dropping off a drug dealer in queens before heading to work.
pilots and air traffic controllers in most major u.s. airports are reportedly switching to text message communication by the end of the year in which case this is how they will confirm a take off. [ laughter and applause ] a portland branch -- a portland branch of the satanic temple has opened a satan themed daycare center though they've actually been around for a while now. ug "forsake your god." [ laughter ] and finally, spacex ceo elon musk announced plans yesterday to colonize mars saying the main requirement for early settlers would be that they are, quote, "ready to die." said hillary, "i'll let you know november 9th." [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show for you tonight.
[ cheers and applause ] and he is on netflix's excellent new series "marvel's luke cage," mike colter is stopping by tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and we will have music from country singer/song writer chris lane joining us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] lovely guy. can't wait to hear that. before we continue there have been a lot of protests recently by athletes against racial injustice. athletes across the nation are showing their solidarity in different ways. our writers. please welcome amber. [ cheers and applause ] >> hey, hi, seth. >> seth: hi. >> thanks. to take an honest look at racial injustice is hard. what's even harder is to protest knowing some of your own teammates won't agree with you. collin kaepernick took a knee, the seattle seahawks linked
to be willing to take such a strong stand so that people who come after you will have a better life is very brave. to those people i just want to say, i am with you. >> seth: and what's that? >> i'm protesting. >> seth: i'm not sure you're doing it right. >> you point out like this, right? [ light laughter ] >> seth: i don't think so. >> oh, there's been so many different ways of protesting i'm not even sure what you're supposed to do anymore. hug. >> seth: i don't know. [ laughter ] that doesn't seem totally right. no. >> racial inequality is very important to me. i cannot get this wrong. >> seth: okay, well what if you take a knee. >> like this. >> seth: no, no, no, it's one knee. >> well which one. >> seth: it doesn't matter. >> well what if one knee is for racial inequality and the other one is for like white power. [ laughter ] >> seth: that's not a thing. >> you wouldn't know! >> seth: oh, god, you're right. >> oh, okay. is this it? ex out racism.
>> oh god, i'm ruining it. >> seth: you are. >> is it this? i see you racism. [ laughter ] >> seth: no, it's that -- that is for sure not it. >> it's this. time to stop racism. >> seth: no. [ laughter ] >> is it this? turn your backs on racism. >> seth: no. [ laughter ] not with the smile and the runway turn. >> i remember it's this. >> seth: no, that's planking. >> are you sure? [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> i know it's this. steam roll racism. >> seth: that is the worst one yet. [ la >> are you sure? >> seth: yeah. it's definitely not rolling. >> well once you start it's hard to stop. >> seth: okay, wait. no. what? >> oh, it's this. [ laughter ] don't be a racist crab. >> seth: okay, you know what? it's definitely not that. you know what, i'm sorry amber. i think we need to move on. >> this is the worst. i just wanted to show my support. all of this bad stuff keeps happening and i wanted to take a stand. you know? >> seth: well, i mean let's think. what is the thing you do when something racist happens and you don't like it?
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8-g band right over there. [ cheers and applause ] also, he's been with us on drums all week from the grammy award winning band tool, danny carey everybody. right there. [ cheers and applause ] rumor has it a new album from tool is on the way so keep your eyes out for that. and thank you so much for being here danny. >> thanks seth. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth:s you know as we've discussed on this show the first presidential debate was held monday at hofstra university but what you may not know, this is second one is being held right here, right now, tonight. that's right, i invited secretary hillary clinton and donald trump to our studio. they are here and ready to go so without further ado, the "late night 2016 presidential debate." ? [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome to the "late night 2016 presidential debate." i'm your moderator seth meyers at this time we'd like to
[ cheers and applause ] let's get started mr. trump, the first question is for you, small businesses across the country are struggling to pay the bills. what would be your first action as president to help those small businesses out? >> firing all of their people. >> seth: secretary clinton, what was the fallout when your husband, bill, stopped eating fast food. >> 9 million people lost their jobs. [ light laughter ] homes and $13 trillion in family wealth was wiped out. [ light laughter ] >> seth: okay. mr. trump, tell us what your first 100 days in office would be like. >> you're going to see some very bad things happen. [ laughter ] >> seth: like what? >> you walk down the street, you get shot. [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: secretary clinton, the
face that color. >> he went down with a silkscreen and dumped the paint in and took the squeegee and kept going. [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: okay, yeah, that sounds like that would probably work. and i'm sorry, secretary clinton i feel like i'm getting some signals over here. is it possible you have a crush on me? >> i know you live in your own reality. [ laughter ] >> seth: there's a nicer way to say it. mr. trump, if you're elected what would your inauguration speech be like? >> see you later. i'll see you in four years. [ laughter ] >> seth: mr. trump, what do you think of the current state of late night tv? >> it's a total mess. under your direction to a large extent. >> seth: that's fair. mr. trump, another question, why do you think your campaign staff allowed you to show up to this debate so unprepared? >> we don't know what we we're doing. >> seth: okay, there you go. honest, to the point, we appreciate that.
over to you. what do you think of donald trump's hair style? >> it's must be something really important, even terrible that he's trying to hide. >> seth: secretary clinton, what's the best way to make sure that you choose a good cantaloupe? >> really squeeze them in syria. [ light laughter ] >> seth: i don't know if i want to go all the way to syria. but all right. mr. trump, can you identify this country? >> it could be russia but it could also be china. [ laughter ] >> seth: no it's definitely russia. although how do you say china again? >> china. >> seth: that's really hard on the ear. >> china. >> seth: stop it. [ light laughter ] china. secretary clinton, a science question for you, is it possible that there are life-like humanoid robots that are so realistic they're living among us right now, and we can't tell? >> of course, we are 5% of the
>> seth: mr. trump, apple has been taking a lot of heat lately over the fact that their new iphone doesn't have a headphone jack. how would you fix apple? >> i will bring back jobs. [ laughter ] >> seth: you will bring steve jobs back to life? >> it's going to be a beautiful thing to watch. [ light laughter ] [ applause ] >> seth: secretary clinton, a question about romance, what would be the worst possible date you could ever go on? >> taking out bin laden. >> seth: okay that makes sense. secretary clinton how do you feel about the fact that trump exclusively dates younger women? >> today is my granddaughter's second birthday so i think about this a lot.
>> seth: mr. trump in a recent interview you were quoted as saying -- >> wrong. >> seth: no. [ laughter ] there is actual video evidence -- >> wrong. >> seth: but i haven't even. >> wrong. >> seth: all right. fine. fine. [ laughter ] secretary clinton, what do you most like about playing on the seesaw? >> when they g w [ laughter ] >> seth: mr. trump, tell me what having dinner with chris christie is like? >> i couldn't take anything off the table. >> seth: mr. trump, can you tell me some of your rejected campaign slogans? >> all talk, no action, sounds good, doesn't work, never gonna happen.
and mr. trump the final question goes to you. how's your penis? >> it's been defective for a long time, many years. >> seth: that brings us to the end of tonight's debate. [ cheers and applause ] i think we've learned a lot about both candidates this evening. >> wrong. >> seth: stop telling me i'm wrong. on behalf of the candidates have a good night. we'll be right back with january jones. [ cheers and applause ] ? this is my body of proof. proof of less joint pain. and clearer skin. this is my body of proof that i can fight psoriatic arthritis with humira. humira works by targeting and helping to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to both joint and skin symptoms. it's proven to help relieve pain, stop further joint damage, and clear skin in many adults. humira is the number #1 prescribed biologic
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buddy. >> seth: please welcome to the show, january jones. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> seth: how are you? >> i'm awesome! >> seth: i'm so happy to have you here. i was telling you backstage, "last man on earth," one of my favorite shows currently on tv. >> good. >>et favorite tv shows of all time and obviously know you from both. but it's such a transition from what you did to "mad men" to what you're doing now. is it a delight to be doing sort of lighter fare? >> yeah. i mean, it's nice to go to work and laugh. >> seth: yeah. >> i mean, i'm very unprofessional as an actor. so, i break character a lot. >> seth: and i guess it's better to do it at "last man on earth" than on "mad men." >> right. >> seth: if you're going to laugh on set -- [ laughter ]
clip, so it's not a spoiler, you kill a character who is played by john hamm which was incredibly cathartic as a "mad men" viewer to watch betty draper get to kill don draper. was that fun for you? >> well, yeah. it was. [ laughter ] i mean, i think that betty and don had a very nice closure. like, they had closure. >> seth: yes. >> it was a beautiful ending for them, but -- there was a part of me that was super excited about that. i think for the fans more than anything. it was a choose your own adventure. we saw the version where they had a nice ending but you also kind of wanted to see what it would look like if she just shot him dead. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> seth: but now, this is the most fantastic thing, i assumed it was this great inside joke about television. but will forte did not make the connection when he cast john hamm. >> nope. [ laughter ] i just found that out recently. i mean, because they have been tossing out different ideas about who it would be. and it was a woman. there's different actors they were throwing around and then he
>> seth: yeah. >> and yeah, he didn't even -- i was like -- [ laughter ] betty kills don. he's like, "oh yeah." [ laughter ] so he didn't watch that show. >> seth: one thing -- there's two things about forte. one he is in another universe. >> yup. >> seth: two, you said "friggin" there, which forte says that more than anybody. do you think you've picked up "friggin" from forte? >> i'm around him a lot. [ light laughter ] >> seth: he uses "friggin" more than anybody. >> i also don't want to curse on tv. >> seth: thank you very much. we appreciate that. >> you're welcome. >> seth: also, the writers -- when you guys went back to work, the writ i what will thought the writers would want to do. [ laughter ] he rented a barsickle. [ laughter ] so that's one of those rolling bars that you have to pedal. >> there's only one of them if i'm not mistaken. >> seth: oh, really? >> yeah. so i think he had to reserve it in advance. >> seth: and so did you actually get on as well? >> well, some of the cast members, mary steenburgen and her husband, this guy ted, and then -- [ laughter ] cleopatra. >> seth: he's kind of like a hanger on. it's one of those really sad stories. >> he followed us behind in his
taking videos, like ha-ha! >> seth: it must be so great. first for people to be like look at these dicks on a barsickle and then they're like, why is ted danson in a car behind them? [ laughter ] was it fun to be on it? >> no. i mean, well it was fun because we were all -- we were singing and you can drink. >> seth: i hope you can drink. that's like, the selling point. >> yeah, but you do have to pedal to keep it moving and at one point i was like -- [ laughter ] i just put my feet up. >> seth: yeah. >> let everyone else -- drinking i am never thinking i wish i was also pedaling. [ laughter ] can we find at least one place that -- >> and it goes so slowly down the road. everyone is honking and in like, l.a. traffic where this is like -- >> seth: oh yeah. so you're jerks. everybody thinks you're jerks. >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: yeah. >> except for ted danson. >> seth: but i'm glad you had fun. [ laughter ] except for ted danson who is like, this is the best thing i've ever seen. [ laughter ] so you just got a tattoo. >> i did. >> seth: so, do you have -- is this it? >> yeah. >> seth: okay, so there it is. this is very pretty. and this is -- but is it true?
tattoo artist. >> yes. doctor wu in l.a. he has a five year wait list. >> seth: well, he's a doctor. that's a big deal. [ laughter ] >> i didn't wait that long. >> seth: he has a five year wait -- for real? he has a five year wait list? >> yeah, i think -- yeah. i waited like a year and a half. i got on a cancellation list because i know some people, but -- >> seth: wow. >> yeah, it's -- >> seth: you're doing pretty good when you only have to wait 18 months to get a tattoo. [ laughter ] everybody else who has a tattoo is like how long did it take you to wait? "a half an hour?" [ light laughter ] >> well, yeah. >> seth: well, that's great. but it's -- it's your son. >> it's my birth date and his inside. i'm protecting -- >> seth: that's very nice. now your son is five. he is aware that you got this tattoo. was he excited about it? >> yeah. we do like fake tattoos on him all the time and he's like that's never going to wear off and he felt very proud that i wanted that. >> seth: oh, that's very nice. >> yeah. and my parents were super supportive.
my mom asked me to put her on doctor wu's wait list too. like with mom, we're like, where are you going to put it on your body? and she sent me pictures of these polynesian tattoos like going up her side and i was just like -- [ laughter ] >> seth: that's great. >> i'm not going to judge you. >> seth: because your mom -- [ laughter ] your mom -- where did you, is it south dakota? >> we're originally from south dakota but she lives in utah now. >> seth: okay, gotcha. because utah doesn't seem like "tattoo city." [ light laughter ] maybe people in utah have tons of tattoos. >> no judgment. >> seth: okay, gotcha. no judgment. >> i would judge her if she did that to her body. [ laughter ] >> seth: no judgment except for judgment of moms. i don't want to judge this because you have been very enthusiastic about throw back thursday on instagram and you have put some photos of yourself from your early days. and let me just say this, i feel like you're a very well put together person. you have a very nice style. i think you walk out the door every day and people can say like, "she knows what she is doing." this has not always been the case.
before i show this photo, why don't you talk through what your thought process was? like what was the look you were going for? >> well, i was in 4th grade and i just wanted to take a risk. >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] mission accomplished. >> i like color. i like mixing colors in an unexpected way and i just -- you know. i did a spike. i tried, you know -- i spent a lot of time on it. >> seth: yeah. >> it might not look like it. >> seth: well let me just say, and they're about to agree with me, nailed it. [ laughter ] so cute. [ cheers and applause ] it's like -- you showed him a picture of david bowie in laberynth and were like, this is - - [ laughter ] i kind of want this, but like younger and a little more fun. >> this is a lot more feathered. >> seth: and this is younger still, obviously. >> yes. >> seth: and this is banging and by that i mean it's a very severe bang. [ laughter ] really great but now this is a
i was asking someone what these were, and they were telling me your mother made those busts? >> yeah, so you can see here all of these romance novels. >> seth: yeah. >> and so she was a big fan of those and she painted these romance -- that's a pirate and that's a wench. >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] >> and she painted them. >> seth: i don't think that's an acceptable term. >> and it's just sort of a -- >> seth: wench is like, that was okay in the 1500's but they're called -- [ light laughter ] >> she's his assistant. >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] >> this is sort of a little >> seth: wow. [ light laughter ] i have to be honest. >> pirate porn. >> seth: yeah, pirate porn. if your mom can make those busts, i think she can self tattoo. [ laughter ] i don't think she has to wait for doctor wu. i think she should get some ink and go to work. she's obviously a craftsman. >> i love you mom. [ laughter ] >> seth: you mentioned south dakota. you had a 20 year high school reunion. >> this summer, yeah. >> seth: you went. >> i did. i was very nervous. i almost chickened out several times. >> seth: okay. >> i didn't go to my 10 year,
>> seth: yeah, of course. they're fun. >> yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] and we had a lot of fun. >> seth: and did you -- what in the end was the tipping point to make you leap to go. >> well, kristen schaal who is on "last man on earth." >> seth: fantastic actress. >> great actress, very funny lady. kept texting me. her reunion was this summer too and she asked are you going? and i said i got this ticket but i don't know. and she said i'm coming with you. >> seth: really? that's incredibly supportive. come with me. and then i thought that was super weird. because why would you go to someone else's school reunion, like voluntarily? [ light laughter ] and then the next day she said, "disregard those texts i had a glass of wine. [ laughter ] i'm not going with you." but because she said that i like confirmed my tickets. >> seth: okay, gotcha. so in the end we have to thank drunk kristen schaal. one glass of wine drunk kristen schaal got you back to -- you would change the story for
always such a pleasure to see you. [ cheers and applause ] give it up for january jones, everybody. "last man on earth" airs sunday nights on fox. we'll be right back with mike colter. [ cheers and applause ] ? in a world that needs a hero, justice is spelled b-o-x. say hello to a powerful tool that gives you options to fit your budget. oh, i'm tied to this chair! ? dun-dun-daaaa! i don't know that an insurance-themed comic book is what we're looking for. did i mention he can save people nearly $600? you haven't even heard my catchphrase. i'm all done with this guy. box him up.
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i'm about sick of always having to buy new clothes. [ light laughter ] >> seth: please welcome to the show, mike colter. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> thank you for having me. hello. >> seth: and congratulations on this fantastic series. i watched the first episode and i grew up a fan of this comic book character and i should note that the comic book character had a very different look than you have in the show. >> yeah he did. >> seth: were you happy about that? >> it was a deal breaker if i had to wear that. i got to be honest. if you saw -- i'm sure you guys saw it, that tiara -- there it is. >> seth: here it is. i will -- i'm glad you mentioned it. because this is a first and that is a lot of spandex. and yeah, the tiara.
>> i was like i don't want any part of that. >> seth: yeah. >> no. >> seth: so success. you managed the to trick them into going this way. >> let's work on the script first and we'll talk about costumes later. >> seth: yeah. and then you get to wear a nice black coat. >> a little hoodie. >> seth: black shirt. little hoodie. >> look at the pants, those jeans. little boots, you know. >> seth: and we also -- we saw your portrayal of this character first on "jessica jones," which is another fantastic marvel series on netflix. and you played the love interest there and i guess people responded so much to your poya >> yeah. they actually did. because honestly, they told me when i started, okay, i had a baby on the way. it was very difficult for me to sell this to my wife. she's pregnant. "hey, honey i got this great opportunity but it's in new york." and we live in l.a. so they "well, we're gonna do 'jessica jones' first, then you'll have a break and we'll come back to 'luke cage.'" i'm like, "okay. cool. that's fine. i can sell it that way." we do jessica, almost done with jessica, get a phone call from jeph loeb, "hey guess what? great news." jeph loeb by the way is the head of marvel television for those
book writer. >> fantastic comic book writer. and he did some great screen plays as well. and he said "hey, mike. great idea -- great news, 'luke cage' is up next." and i'm like, what was that? he's like "'luke cage' is up next." and i'm like, okay. and so then i had to go and tell my wife about it, but long story short here we are and we're happy to be here. >> seth: i like knowing because i also had a -- yes. [ applause ] i also recently had a pregnant we just had a baby as well. and i can tell you that i would rather face down those guys with guns than go to her and say, hey change of plans, i'm out of here. >> you don't want to have to deal with your wife. she's pregnant. you don't know. i mean the chemical -- you don't know what's going on. >> seth: you don't want to mess with that. >> you can't -- >> seth: they have a different super power. they're pretty -- >> oh, yeah. it's called the stare. >> seth: there you go. and you -- so in this show you are -- you're bulletproof, as we saw from the clip. but you, obviously, you're a fit guy but not impervious to injury. you did get injured on set?
so one time we were, last episode we were shooting and we did a huge fight scene that lasted upstairs, downstairs, through the walls, it was really intense. and there's this one thing where this kind of like rig thing that i'm supposed to kick and my stunt guy kicks it in. it's really good. he kicks it in, it's great. and i'm like, i'm gonna kick it again because obviously we do both do the same stunts and then they cut around it and so most times i'm the one that you're seeing. so i go to kick this thing, mind you it was good the first time that he did it. i kick it as hard as i can. ck >> seth: okay. >> and when i say i stubbed my toe i think i broke it. i mean it was like -- i was like ooh. so then i didn't want to tell anyone because it's like, all the stunt guys they are really tough guys. >> seth: yeah. >> they never talk about their injuries. >> seth: and i can tell you i've never in any comic book, and i've read a lot. i've never heard a character say, my toe! >> my toe. [ laughter ] no, no. >> seth: it's like left out of comics almost entirely. >> so i had to just bite the bullet and i basically hobbled upstairs to my dressing room and i could not put any pressure on that big toe for like weeks and it was nagging me and i was
really hurt my big toe. >> seth: i'm going to look forward to watching the last episode you do a lot of leaning. >> yeah. a lot of leaning. he's got a little hitch in his giddy up, doesn't that luke cage? [ laughter ] he's got a hitch in his giddy up. >> seth: so you -- you mention you shot in new york and i imagine it's pretty fun because obviously in this city, everybody life is going around all around the set. did people notice you were shooting? were they excited? >> well new yorkers are very special. we shot a couple places and the fans in harlem where we shot a lot were very supportive. things would be going well. scenes going well. and you want to get the shot because you never know when something is going to technically go wrong. you have to shoot it again. because we do multiple takes. people would walk by and they notice, "luke cage!" and i'm like -- [ light laughter ] you start the scene again. and it's like "luke cage!" trying to shoot a scene here. "luke ca --" i'm like, okay. sorry. we're trying to shoot. it would go on and on. >> seth: but new yorkers don't care. >> they don't care.
>> they would take boom boxes around walk on set knowing that we're shooting and then the cops would come and try to get them and then it would become a game and they would chase them around. >> seth: oh fantastic. >> and chase them around in circles. and it's like -- us like -- oh god. i mean, they want their 15 minutes. >> seth: they want their 15 minutes. and you can say we're trying to shoot something and they're saying i'm trying to say hello to a fictional character. >> exactly. >> seth: so i guess we're at logger heads. >> i bought the comic book. i want my time. >> seth: i want my time. >> i want my time. >> seth: obviously a physical show and you -- but you're a character who is impervious to bullets but you do not kill your enemies. >> no, no. >> seth: a lot of th t >> yeah we have -- we have what we call a technique called smackfu. >> seth: smackfu. >> smackfu. yes. that's something that james lew, our stunt coordinator came up with. basically it's like, you know, smacking people around. you know like, it's kind of like hip slapping. like you, you know, like a beeotch slap. >> seth: gotcha. [ laughter ] >> so, what we do -- >> seth: that's your super power. >> yeah, it's like, you come near me i just -- i just disrespect you. like, bam, smack you across your face. >> seth: is it always back of the hand? >> always back of the hand. front of the hand sometimes.
eeotch. >> yeah. the b and the eeotch. [ laughter ] beeotch. yeah. yeah, that's it. [ applause ] >> seth: and so, that i see, again, you are probably pretty good now at not actually hitting the people you're working with. >> i'm pretty good. i've only, let's see have i smacked any -- i smacked one guy but he had it coming. >> seth: okay, gotcha. [ laughter ] >> he had it coming. he had it coming. that was something i owed him from lunchtime. >> seth: okay gotcha. and then they can't put it on you, you can just say you missed. >> i'm sorry. i just mis-measured and he got sliced. you know. and i'm the star. what are they going to do. >> seth: exactly. [ laughter ] i think what people are really drawn to with "daredevil" with "jessica jones," and obviously we live in this era of so many superhero movies but they have so much less time. with these 13 episode shows, you actually get to get way more in the character than you would in the movies. and is that another thing that sort of drew you to doing a project like this? >> well the thing about this i mean we have two and half hours of films. in this we have 13 episodes. in the first episode you don't have to get to know everything there is to know about luke cage.
like. how does he get up every morning and just kind of go about his day. and that's -- but as an actor you want to take your time and peel back the layers. the writing is great, the character study is great. and this is not about special effects so much as it is about a character study, about a person who is like you and i or both. i am him but excuse me. but like you guys who, it's weird. i'm like, yeah, i am him. but it's like the person next door who actually has the same problems you have and he's trying to get through the day but he also has super abilities. so they don't really enhance his life so a so he has to figure a way to incorporate them into his life. that's kind of how -- >> seth: that's great. well based on the first episode i saw you guys are off to a great start. >> well i appreciate it. >> seth: now what, obviously you look like this now, what were you -- were you a cool dude in high school? was this a thing? >> you know i was a loaner of sorts. i kind of stayed to myself. i mean i did have friends. i wasn't like you know some geek that stayed in the room and just played by myself. >> seth: i don't know. loner sounds like a geek. >> all right. all right. [ laughter ] well, here's the thing -- you
he's got me. he's got me. so i mean, i was -- i kind of -- i did the best i could. i mean i had friends. but i was voted most ambitious actually when i graduated. >> seth: really? >> yeah, which is -- >> seth: that's nice. >> that's good. >> seth: i guess it's nice, right? >> it is but here's the same. i had most ambitious but i should have had another accolade. and i'm not blowing own horn but i was this close to being most attractive in my senior class. >> seth: there you go. it's okay. don't be ambitious about this. >> i am being ambitious about it. [ laughter ] >> no i know, see i have to have it. i have to have it. >> seth: so what happened? was there just a better looking guy? >> no, it was called, he was my cousin and -- [ light laughter ] and i found out after the fact cause he went around and paid people. i'm not kidding. he walked around paying people to vote for him. and our senior class is like a hundred people. so to basically get the deciding vote he handed like maybe $50 out. which is a lot money for him but he wanted to get that award. >> seth: i hope he also won most likely to succeed. because that guy -- >> no, no, no, no. that's me. most ambitious.
>> seth: there you go. there you go. he voted most industrious. >> yeah. >> seth: most likely to rig an election in the future. >> most likely to rig an election. he's doing hard time now. >> seth: he's doing hard time. thank you so much for being here mike. and congrats on the show. [ cheers and applause ] mike colter everybody. "luke cage" available on netflix starting this friday. we'll be right back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ] ? ? ? one smart choice leads to the next. ? the new 2017 ford fusion is here. it's the beauty of a well-made choice. ? it's peyton on sunday mornings e-man
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? [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. now, a lot of late night shows talk about the big headlines. but here at late night we pride ourselves in digging a little deeper. so we're going to bring you news you might have missed in a segment we called did you know. ? [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: so everyone knows trump's slogan is make america great again, but did you know because of bridgegate chris christie's campaign slogan was make america late again. [ laughter ]
>> seth: sorry, excuse me. >> leave him alone! haven't we made fun of chris christie enough? >> seth: well, i don't know. he's a public figure so i think it's okay to make jokes about him. >> leave him alone! poor fella just trying to run new jersey. last thing he needs when he sits down to watch late night television is you making jokes at his expense. leave him alone! [ light laughter ] >> seth: and you, sir, are you a chris christie fan? >> if i'm a fan of anything it's human decency, kind heartedness. not fu if you have to make fun of somebody, make fun of me. >> seth: hang on. i don't even know you. how would i make fun of you? what i make fun of you about? >> well, make fun of the fact that have so much hair on my back that it looks like i'm wearing a cape! [ laughter ] >> seth: that's not something you should tell people. honestly -- look, i make fun of people who are in the news. people like chris christie. >> leave him alone! [ laughter ] >> seth: well i'm sorry, but i'd just like to get back to my comedy segment. >> well, if you need some comedy make fun of me. make fun of the fact that i once
and my ding dong got stuck in the drain! [ laughter ] >> seth: i'm not going to make fun of that. >> and what about this? you can make fun of the fact that i write the word butt in my underwear to remind me where it goes. [ laughter ] >> seth: i'm not going to make a joke about that. sir, why don't you just sit back down so i can continue the show? >> fine, go ahead, get back to your chris christie jokes. you know what i say to that. >> seth: i don't know. i'm guessing, leave him alone. >> leave him alone! [ laughter ] if you need to make fun of somebody, why don't you make fun of me? make fun of the fact that i sneezed so hard once that it made my third testicle descend. [ laughter ] >> seth: come on. >> or that i taught my cat how to use the toilet and she taught me how to lick myself clean. [ light laughter ] >> seth: oh, no. >> or that i don't like it when people call it, "making love." it should be called what it is, masturbating. [ laughter ] >> seth: all right. we heard more than enough of you. i'm going to go back to my chris christie jokes.
>> the "late night music experience" is sponsored by miller lite, the original light beer. great taste and and for even more music check out latenightseth.com [ applause ] ? >> seth: welcome back, everybody. tonight's musical guest is a rising star in country music performing his chart topping hit single "fix", give it up for chris lane. [ cheers and applause ] ? hey girl, you know what you been missin'
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mmm mmm mmm i'll be the high that never lets you down ? ? the one you crave when no one is around ? ? i'll be your smooth ride that late night your walter white high ? ? i'll be your first time that so right get ya fallin' in love at the end of the night ? ? with that good ish that long trip that sugar on your lips ? ? that favorite habit gotta have it i got your fix ? ? i'll be the high that never lets you down the one you crave when no one is around ? ? i'll pick you up and never let you go never let you go ? [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: chris lane everyone! the album "girl problems" is out
? ? >> carson: hey, whats up everybody? i'm carson daly. thank you so much. tonight, "american honey" star sasha lane gets our spotlight treatment. the music is elliphant. we'll do that from the troubador out in los angeles. but first, jack osbourne is in the house tonight to promote his latest project, of course with his famous father, the one and only ozzy osbourne. we'll head over to 77 north. now here is everything you ever wanted to know about ozzy and jack's world detour. ? >> i mean, i've worked in reality tv now for nearly 16 years, and so over that time period it's like i've been around through