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quarter patriots beat panthers 19-17 and next week, the patriots wrap up the preseason when they take on the giants in new jersey. kick off is at 7:00 here on wbz and 5th quarter post game show after the game. and now lisa -- lisa hughes and david wade. breaking news, a man under arrest for an attack on a woman in rockport. he's accused of pushing her to the ground and trying to rip off her clothes. >> the suspect is behind bars, and ken is live in the satellite center with the breaking detail.
suspect by matching him to surveillance photos released. the man is angel castro, and he attacked a 50-year-old woman from behind knocking her to the grouped, and he -- ground, and he tried to remove her clothing, but was unable, so he fled taking off on a bike. witnesses told wbz they could hear the woman scream, and those screams may well coul have saved her life. police released surveillance video of the man buying milk at a nearby store, and tonight he was taken into custody: he faces charges of assault with intent to commit rape, and also assault and battery on a disabled person, and he'll be arraigned monday. we also have breaking news, a driver crashing into the square cafe on north street
police confirm several people are hurt. no word though how badly. crash investigators are at the scene now. >. also tonight a death investigation after a man and woman are found dead in the grass in their front yard. police say it's a murder- suicide, and now they're trying to determine why. >> they found the two bodies late this afternoon in central massachusetts, right on the new hampshire border. julie is live there now with details. >> investigators cleared the scene some ten hours after the couple was discovered, as you said in their own front yard. >> it's just awful. >> reporter: investigators spent hours collecting evidence down a dead end road where bodies of a man and woman were discovered outside friday afternoon, the result of an apparent murder-suicide. >> they were nice, a nice couple. >> reporter: neighbors say the
in recent years. >> they had their problems, just like everybody does. >> reporter: in this small town where everyone knows their neighbors, this couple is remembered fondly. >> she's very nice. just out of blue every now and then she'd call and chat, and then we wouldn't hear from them for awhile. >> very sad. >> reporter: and the identities of those involved are not being released this evening, but authorities do say wbz news. the stage is set tonight for a perfect weekend. live look at the city now. summer and winding down, but still plenty of heat left. >> and the weekend approaches. pamela has the details. >> >. good news, the rain chances are out of here, so if you have outdoor plans for saturday or sunday it's a go. temperatures much more comfortable too with lowering
very isolated locations from the showers earlier today. about half an inch of rain to thible south of boston e quarter inch of rain in plymouth, but many locations saw no rain. saturday morning waking up to a clear sky in the hour by hour forecast, and in the heat of the afternoon we'll have some puffy clouds develop in the heat of the day, but nothing falling from the clouds. keeping it dry. and today we hit 91 de officially in boston. that would make it the 18th day this year that we've had 90- plus degrees. the afternoon is 78. well above normal, and we'll stay that way the next several days. temperatures now very warm in boston. 82, 77 in lawrence, 76 manchester, and dewpoint temperatures right now are still in the 60s and low 70s fact to the south and -- farther to the south and east,
to lower too, 66 boston, and then more refreshing for tomorrow with low dewpoint temperatures expected, low humidity, and a very, very comfortable 80 in boston. cooler along the coast, but inland we'll have highs in the mid to upper 80s. weekend all around perfect for saturday, and sunday just as beautiful with a couple more degrees added on. high of 81 along the coast. fenway park the next few days, saturday, a night game, gorgeous, 78, and then sunday 8:10 p.m., pleasant, dry, and 75. cape and islands, awesome there too. saturday 80s, sunday 78, and dry monday, but monday will become more humid as we track the next system, the next system actually moving in throughout the day monday that could bring a chance of spotty
but not a complete wash out, so keep that in mind, and then looks like we're going to continue with the dry conditions going into next week. more summer heat too as his head back to school, tuesday 87. wednesday 90. thursday 82, and friday another 80-degree day. back to you. >> got to help the air conditioners are working at school. thank you. red sox fans enjoyed a special moment at fenway tonight. >> and were tonight aly david ortiz and threw out the first pitch. she won a gold and two silvers at the rio games, and tomorrow she's the guest of honor in her hometown. >> that's going to be a lot of fun as well. well, this was a kind of a brief newscast for you because the late show is coming up in just a minute. >> and we're still separating the patriots -- celebrating the
>> thanks for staying with us. >> enjoy the sunshine this weekend. >> if you're a twen you can expect to live longer than your nontwin counterparts and if you're an identical male twin you might live even longer. >> stephen: i did not kno be stuck with me for quite a long time. >> stephen: and the same goes for our twin kitties. >> stephen: hey, guys. did they say anything about how long triplets live? >> stephen: yes. >> it's "the late show"" with stephen colbert. tonight, stephen welcomes rachel weisz. kevin smith. and spike feresten.
human. and now, from the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert! captioning sponsored by cbs ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: nice to see you. ( cheers and applause ) how are you? ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: thanks, everybody. thanks down here. that's a fantastic. what a lovely crowd.
there's no-- you can't-- you cannot fake that. >> jon: right, yeah. >> stephen: you know that'sed from. welcome to "the late show." i'm stephen colbert. your host this friday. folks, it's friday. ( applause ) ? it's friday it's friday oh ? it's friday ? >> stephen: i don't know what song you're dancing to but i like it. before we get started tonight. tonight's monologue was created in a factory that also processes peanuts. it's important to say in case anyone has an allergy. especially now, because mylan, the company that produces these epipens right here-- anybody use one of these? they have jacked up the price of these pens for less than $100 for a pair to over 600 bucks.
send you into shock, but don't do it because you can't afford the pen anymore. now, mylan pharmaceuticals claims the price, "has changed over time to better reflect the value the product provides." ( laughter ) now, to be clear, that value is saving the lives of people who can't breathe. or as mylan likes to call them, "gasping, cash-filled meat sacks." ( laughter ) now all of this, you know, hi lot of people of a guy named martin shkreli, the pharma bro who jacked up the cost of h.i.v. drugs by 5,000%. can we put up a picture of skhreli? that was a close one. i'm severely allergic to douche.
and when asked about mylan, shkreli certainly had something to shkrell about it. >> these are life-saving drugs. people don't have a choice whether they can buy them or not. >> yeah, well, that's up to insurance to pay for them. like i said, it's $300 a pen. $300. my iphone is $700, ok? >> but you don't need an iphone to exist. >> yeah, that doesn't matter though, because it's $300 and 90% of americans are insured. >> stephen: okay, i've got two problems with that: his total heartlessness, and her assertion that it is possible to exist without an iphone. so does she have a galaxy? i don't understand. well, after starting a firestorm, yesterday, mylan's c.e.o., heather bresch, came forward to address the criticism. >> heather, surely you must understand the outrage. the american medical association has said this is basically the same product it was in 2009, and yet the price has gone up 300- or 400-fold. >> so, look, no one's more
( laughter ) >> stephen: she's frustrated! i mean, the tone-deafness of that just takes your breath away. and getting your breath back will cost you over 600 bucks. ( cheers and applause ) now, in other news-- in other news, the f.b.i. is investigating whether russian intelligence agencies have hacked the computers at the "new york times." or, as the "times" reported it, "putin named w's ( laughter ) oh, here's a new occupational hazard to worry about: if you play the bagpipes-- and who amongst us has not dabbled-- among us hasn't dabbled-- watch out that you don't get what doctors are calling "bagpipe lung." that's when the mold and fungi lurking inside your bagpipe trigger coughing, shortness of breath, and even fever. i mean physical fever, not bagpipe fever.
this is according to an article in a medical journal called-- and this is true-- "thorax." i'm a subscriber. i keep it on my coffee table between the latest issue of "ant head" and "wasp abdomen." ( laughter ) bagpipe lung-- took a while for that to sing in, took a while. remember your eighth grade biology class? all right. footnotes for everybody. what's going on here, bagpe it's hard to distinguish a hacking cough from just a scottish accent. "och, let's go to loch lomond and eat some potted hough." ( cheers and applause ) so hasty with the... this week in other news-- yes, there is other news other than bagpipe lung.
millions of fitness bands because they contain dangerous levels of irony. ( laughter ) ( applause ) it's in the happy meal. in the happy meal. i'll wait. i'll wait. ( applause ) mcdonald's recalled the wristbands after they left people with burns and blisters-- which, technically, is the job of their apple pie filling. any lord of the rings there? me, too. well, a story just came out about napster billionaire sean parker's "lord of the rings" themed wedding back in 2013. here's what happened. sir ian mckellen has revealed that he turned down $1.5 million to officiate the wedding as
gandalf doesn't have time to marry you, sean parker! he is the servant of the secret fire, wielder of the flame of anor. he killed the mothertruckin' balrog, after chasing the ancient immortal demon through the tunnels of khazad dum until they climbed the peak of zirakzigil where he smote the demon's ruin on the mountain side. ( cheers and applause ) yeah! no, i'm mad! i'm angry now! and you know-- did you know, gandalf himself died and then returned from the dead as gandalf the white. so he can marry the napster guy?! no! napster hasn't been a thing since the earindel flew vingilot to valinor. if you invite gandalf to do the wedding-- besides, listen, if you invite gand afl, column's going to want to be the ring bearer and somebody's losing a
of jon batiste and stay human. ? ? ? my, my. ( applause ) ( cheers ) fantastic. fantastic. i am so excited it's friday. jon, do you have any plans this weekend? >> jon: oh, wow, this weekend -- >> did you stump you? did i stump you? >> jon: yeah, i d with the show yet. i'm in show mode. >> stephen: and show mode, you don't know what you're doing later? >> jon: show mode i don't know nothing. i just know bumper. then bump in. then guest. walk-on. bump-out. good night. go home. ( laughter ) ( applause ) >> stephen: that's a good description of the show. >> jon: i'm not thinking about
actually says in the little digital dpied on your cable. bump in, bump out, guest walks in, go home. >> jon: no, no, guest walks out, good night, go home. >> stephen: all right, i've got a lot to learn, evidently. you know, as the host of a talk show, i wield unlimited power. for instance, any time i want, i can remind you of the cool, refreshing taste of bud light. but you know what? i would never do that. because that's an abuse of me power. weekend is starting soon. and yet there are those even even more powerful than i. history's most despotic leaders. people like genghis khan, kim jong il, and spike lee. oh, do not cross him, or he will sentence you to play for the knicks. these merciless tyrants have but two things in common, and one of them is a big furry hat!
henceforth, whenever i order a side of fruit with my omelette, the waitress shall accidentally bring me hashbrowns. ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause ) from this day on, actor paul rudd must begin aging like the rest of us. ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause ) i hereby decree, anyone who says, "it is what it is," will be hit with it and not told what it was. ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause ) anyone who brags about his or her standing desk shall be forced to use a standing toilet. ( laughter ) ( applause ) i declare that any child who kicks the airplane seat in front of them may be used as a flotation device. ( laughter )
let it be written that if a neighbor asks you to pick up their mail, you are allowed to open it first. ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause ) by the way, grandpa batiste, thank you for the $25. ( laughter ) i'll be sure-- gets it. every fifth popsicle stick must have an adult joke. ha-ha. yeast infection. ( applause ) someone must finally explain why it's okay to bury somebody alive at the beach but wrong when you do it in the woods. the hat has spoken! we will be right back with
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( applause ) >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. my guest tonight is an oscar-winning actress you know from movies like "the constant gardener," "the mummy," and "the lobster." she now stars in the new movie, "complete unknown." please welcome, rachel weisz! >> hello! good evening. one kiss. ? ? ? ( applause )
you one kiss or you gave me one kiss and you said, "one kiss." is that because two was an option? >> i was told that if i was going to give you two, i should let you know in advance, but i didn't have time to. >> stephen: somebody backstage actually said warn him if you kiss him twice? >> yes, pause i'm such a good girl. i'm not going to screw things up on stephen colbert, i'm going to do one kiss. i thought if i gave two, it might throw you off. oevment! >> two. >> stephen: that's three. that's three. ( cheers and applause ). >> three. you don't have any lipstick gld no lipstick. okay. the results are in. and it threw me off. because i'm a huge fan of yours. your performance in "the constant gardener" obviously you won the the oscar for that, but as i told your husband when he was here, daniel craig, it was one of the most beautiful,
seen. >> thank you, my goodness me, thank you so much. >> stephen: thank you, thank you. and now your new film is called, let me get this right, "complete unknown." >> yes. >> stephen: and you play's woman who actually has multiple identities. >> yes. >> stephen: who is the character and why is she doing this? >> she is an impostor. she has a pathological need to become people for many years. she will for five or six years change her name, her social fake diplomas, fake college degrees, and say, "i'm a nurse and have these diplomas," and live in a new city, with a new name, with a new satorl look. >> stephen: is she running from the police? why is she doing this? >> no, she's not. she's just pathologically unwell. ( laughter ) >> well, i mean, to point out the obvious, you're an actress, and you do that professionally. ( laughter )
>> stephen: is there-- i mean-- >> i hear you. >> stephen: it's an obvious question obviously but is there anything your love of acting, inhabiting other people's personas that is pathological, you think? >> it's really-- i hear what you're saying-- but it's really different being an actor. yeah, because i go home every day to my family and my-- my real life. and when i've been on the stage or i've been on the set making a movie, everybody knows theyav there's a contract. >> stephen: right, right. >> we're lie-making together. whereas this woman in the film is just to go it on her own. she's writing her own script. she's making her own movie s. >> stephen: and how many different identities do we see? >> nine. >> stephen: is this like "cybil" or something where there are different accents? >> my character does not have different accents, though. she just has-- she stays in america, yeah. >> stephen: okay.
>> like me. yeah, she's american. >> stephen: are you american? >> no. >> stephen: i don't know, because sometimes people are born here and move over to england and get the speech impediment, but they come back-- ( laughter ) they can't break it. they can't break it. they can't break it. you said earlier that, like, i-- you said, "we were lying together agz actors," actors lying together. are you a good liar? >> no. >> stephen: really? >> i'm >> stephen: that's what a good liar would say. >> you got me there is there did you lie as a child? did you make up stories and stuff like that? >> yeah, but in my head, on my own. i didn't, like, spread them. spread the lies. are you into lies. >> stephen: i loved it. i loved lying. >> did you. >> stephen: i loved the idea. i would lie to anybody on a plane. i would lie what my occupation is, what i do. >> what did you say? you can't do it anymore because you're very recognizable. >> stephen: no, i can't
fun? >> like what? >> stephen: if it was a young guy on the plane, "what do you do for a living?" "i run a security firm. we just do modeling shoots. we just make sure the young, beautiful models can get from place to place." and they're like, "that's the greatest job in the world!" "yeah, it's pretty cool. it's how i met my wife. how i met my wife, yeah." ( applause ) i said-- we have to take a little break here. you can sk >> you aroused envy. >> you aroused envy. >> stephen: i aroused envy? that's not all i aroused. >> stephen: i aroused envy? we'll be right back with more rachel weisz. and even polk-a-dots too! plus yes2you rewards members earn 1 point for every dollar spent. get a $5 reward for every 100 points! now that's the good stuff. kohl's. ? sorry...
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four hundred million dollars. that's how much charter schools will drain from massachusetts public schools this year. four hundred million siphoned from local districts that desperately need it. four hundred million that won't fund more science and technology, arts or preschool, counseling, or smaller class sizes. four hundred million unavailable to the ninety-six percent let's improve public schools for all students, not just a select few. vote no on question 2. ( band playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> after 15 years pretending to be someone else, i enfil trait his dinner with another name. >> stephen: we're back can rachel weisz.
unknown" that we were talking about before the break, also in the film is michael shannon who plays a man hois-- well, he's hip to your game. >> yeah, he knew me 15 years ago when i was somebody-- before i started reinventing myself. >> stephen: is the person he knew the real you? >> yes. >> stephen: wow. >> yes. and i show up at his dinner party, at his birthday party with another name. and i say, "hi, i'm jenny." and he's like, >> stephen: and he says the following. jim. >> you know they used to lock the building on sundays to make us stop practicing and get out of those tiny piano studios. i didn't know what to do with myself. i went across town, and i remember seeing the list of all the different departments you guys had. i mean, you could study anything. you looked at me so differently
i liked who you were. >> stephen: is he-- ( applause ) does he-- can he accept that you've done all this in the 15 years since you've seen him? >> yes. and he by the end of the night-- it all takes place in 24 hours, the main part of the movie-- he's kind of jealous, and he sort of toys with the-- he's jeal would be kind of a cool thing to do. >> stephen: because you can become anything you want. >> it starts by being crazy to him, and then it becomes appealing. >> stephen: again, like an actress. it seems a crazy thing to do, but then if someone is good at it, it's very attractive. >> thank you. ( applause ). >> stephen: you're also doing-- very attractive. you're going to be on broadway again? >> no, downtown new york at the public theater. >> stephen: oh, the public theater. sure, what are you doing there?
>> stephen: david hair. >> yes, and he wrote the screen play for "denial." >> stephen: "denial." that's very nice. you performed in the west end in london, right? >> yes. >> stephen: and you performed in america. what's the difference between the audiences? with the lights off, can you tell the audience-- the differences between the audiences? >> yes. ( laughter ). >> stephen: are you willing to share what the difference is. >> yes. ( laughter ) it's an audio thing. i mean, you can hear lights off. number one, a very simple thing in america, when people have reached a certain kind of celebrity come on the stage -- >> such as yourself. >> possibly even in the middle of a scene, walk on, the audience claps. it's called troving. >> stephen: you come in and say, "i caught you cheating," or whatever. and the audience goes, "whoa! that's rachel weisz." >> you've seen plays on broadway. >> stephen: sure.
>> in england that doesn't happen. >> stephen: they don't give it up for star? >> never, ever. >> stephen: they make you earn it every time. >> they make you wait until the end. >> stephen: we'll let you know if it's good at the end. which one do you prefer? >> i'm just more used to the british one because i lived there longer. and sometimes american audiences can be more vocal about how they're feeling about the play. ( laughter ) it's true. >> stephen: "you're doing a great job!" >> yeah, or the >> stephen: "you suck!" >> well, i did a play in 2002, i think it was, and it was uptown at the promenade theater. it was the first time i did a play here and i was playing a character who was not nice at all. and oftentimes, they would be-- you know, it sounded like more older ladies from uptown, from the upper west side. i would hear them say to their friends during the play, "oh, she's such a bitch." really. >> stephen: wow. hopefully you get the same with the public theater. good luck.
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a huge night for me because i-- this is going to sound weird-- but i wake up to you every morning. you're the first face i see when i wake up. ( cheers ) because my wife sleeps in so i wake up usually by myself. everyone sleeps in. so i wake up and get stoned. the first thing i do is watch the show from the night before. i'm like, "preach, preach." so every morning-- every of wake in bed with you. so i watch the show. i'm a religious fan of the show. this is, like-- i don't like doing talk shows because i hate sitting down. i love talking, obviously, but i hate doing talk shows because you have to sit down. i look like jabba the shut when i sit down. yeah, give me a pillow to put right over this. oh, sorry. ( laughter ) so i got two talk shows on a.m.c., both shows are designed
i'm always standing. so i never like to do talk shows because i have to sit, and it's when i look my worst and i'm at my weakest. but i love the show so much i'm like, "i'm going. i don't care how fat i look." so i'm here. ( cheers ) but, but what was really weird-- ( laughter ) what was really weird is i've been watching the show backstage. and so kind of like response, when i see you on tv i'm like, "i gotta smoke weed." and i couldn't do it because we're here. so there's no point to that story. i was just saying. it's ceend of weird. but it's so weird. and i can share thing that happened with us backstage before it happened. let me tell you what happened real quick, man. this is huge. ( laughter ) ( applause ) this is absolutely huge for me. i was backstage, and i was laying down. i was taking a nap before i came out, and all of a sudden the
and he starts busting lines from-- this is where you get to talk-- he starts busting lines from "a man for all accepts," one of my favorite movies in the world. do what you do for me. >> stephen: when a man takes an oath he holds himself in his hands like so much water. and if he should home in his fingers in that moment he should lose all hope of ever finding himself again, some men are incapable of this. i am loathe to think that your father is one of them." >> oh, my god, if you like that movie, that's, pornography, man. ( cheers and applause ) yes! >> stephen: and then you said-- >> wasn't that good? he's such an actor. he's saying this, and i had the same reaction. i'm getting turgid. it was a huge moment for me. ( laughter ) so-- so i turned to him and-- i busted-- he busted a line so i busted a line. i was like, "richard, it prophets a man nothing to give
for whales." and we did it like that. >> stephen: well, you brought your phone out here. what'ss the deal? you brought your phone out here? >> i want to share a text with you i wrote with my kid. >> stephen: your film is called. >> oh, yeah, "yoga hosers." this movie i have coming out september 2, called "yoga hosers." also in theaters august 30. >> stephen: it's a comedy action? >> kind of. >> stephen: there's action in it. >> i like to describe it as out of the earth. i like to say it's like "clueless "meets "gremlins." and people have seen the movie and they say hey, man, "gremlins" is good. it's like "clueless" meets critters. and some people are like critters is good. and then it's like "clueless "meets "puppet masters nine." >> stephen: your daughter is in this.
here of your daughter and her friend getting in trouble. jim. >> like on this girls. no phones for the rest of the day! >> what! >> you can get them back at 2:45, after the last bell. >> our phones are who we are. if you take away my phone like some sort of pygmalion monaco, who am i going to be? >> i think i'm going to pass out. >> you is a no phone plan now, girls. unlimited unlimited looks to the world around you. and no roaming charges. so go roam without your phones. >> here i go. ( laughter ) ( applause ) >> stephen: now is that your daughter on the right on the the left? the one that passed out. >> stephen: the one that passed out. is it hard to direct your daughter? did they listen? >> the the set is the only place where, you know, you can get away with being, "you have to do this or you're fired." i can't do that in real life. so it's easier to kind of get things done.
dictatorial. i don't direct, like-- most critics will tell you that's true. i don't-- i don't direct like most people do. like here's the the feeling. it's nuanced. i'm a monitor director. so we shoot something and i say, "come over here and see haw did," and i show them the playback. no actor is going to do better if i say, "here, you can do this, or this." an act or orac reswant to look better than anybody else in the world. they'll figure out where they went wrong and go back in. i did that with her same way as with everyone else. >> stephen: you're 46-year-old man, right? >> i dress like a 12-year-old but i'm a 46-year-old man. >> stephen: is it hard to capture the way teenagers talk now as opposed to when you grew up? >> no, because i had the girls right there which made it also-- like i couldn't direct them to act like teenagers. they were teenagers when we made the movie -- >> what text did your daughter send you? >> we're going there.
>> it's a good story. we write back and forth all the time. my texting friend and stuff. this is a text exchange we have. i go on the road a lot. >> stephen: she's going to be cool with you sharing this? >> i hope so. she made it through "yoga hosers." so she'll make it through this. i tour a lot, i was away for three days and my kid texted me and said, "where is in the world are you, father." and i said, "atlanta, georgia" and it was 4/20, that date, national holiday for those of us who are the travelers of the green. i said, other i'm in atlanta, georgia." and she writes, "on 4/20? what if cnn catches you smoking." evidence impressed that a girl in private school knew that atlanta was cnn headquarters. i was like that private school is paying off. she said, when do you come home? i said saturday after the austins show. she said, "do you want to go to
they opened one, and i said we've already seen it. you know what it's like. and she said, "you don't believe in magic," and storms away. she was bugging me about going and stuff, i tried to take the logical approach. i said, "isn't it going to be crowded on a sunday?" and this when things get weird. "we can just buy front of the line passes, dumb bell lest you think that's the way we roll in our house, that's not the thing at all. she must have heard her mom call me that. >> stephen: true, true? >> yeah, my wife once called me-- we were fooling around-- it was a sex thing. and it was kind of like the wand chase the wizard sort of thing. ( laughter ) ( applause ) so, so-- but-- but, but there
knows that context. so i don't want to freak her out and send her to a therapist and stuff. so i say, "hey, kiddo, you're not allowed to call me that. only your mom calls me that." and she doesn't understand at all. instead she goes, "oh, mr. thin-skinned dumb bell dick bothered by his nickname." at this point i'm like, the gloves are off, man. i write back, "do you dick." and she don't even see it coming, man, which makes me rethink that private school education. so she wrote, "because you're the head of hog warts? ha-ha-ha." and i write back, "no, kid, it's a filthy sex thing, ha-ha-ha." ( laughter ) ( applause ) and she writes back, "oh, my god. of." and i said, "yeah, so keep
and she said, "i just threw up in my mouth a little." >> stephen: that's a very sweet story. >> that's my kid. >> stephen: lovely to meet you. >> you're awesome. >> stephen: "yoga hosers" opens next friday. kevin smith, everybody. we'll be right back. before taking his team to state for the first time... gilman: go get it, marcus. go get it. ...coach gilman used his cash rewards credit card from bank of america
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( cheers and applause ) ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) my next guest was a writer and producer on some shows you might know called "seinfeld" and "the late show with david letterman." now, he hosts "car matchmaker" on the esquire network. please welcome, spike feresten! ? ? ? ( applause ) >> stephen: come on up. >> so excited. >> stephen: all right. >> to be here. >> stephen: nice to see you again. >> good to see you. do you remember the last time we saw each other? >> stephen: the last time you and i saw each other was-- >> "the daney carvey show."