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more peaceful. liam is live in the satellite center. a far cry from what we saw last night? >> it has been more peaceful there tonight. we did see a group of protesters get on to the interstate in charlotte. police fired tear gas on them. this as we are coming up against a midnight curfew in charlotte. protesters took to the sheets of charlotte for the third night any row, angry over the police shooting of 43-year-old keith scott. >> we have to stand up for what we believe in. e here. >> reporter: the city sunday a state of emergency. officials have set a curfew for midnight. >> none of us are free until all of us are free. >> reporter: as night fell, national guard tanks rolling in and heavily armed troops patrolling on foot gathering in a show of force determined to keep the peace. >> right now we think we're resourceed adequately to have a much better outcome.
charlotte prepared for thursday night, nearly every ground window of this hotel boarded up. wednesday's violent protests left businesses damaged and looted, are officers and civilians injured, one person was shot in the head and has died, but it's en clear who shot -- it's not clear who shot him. police are reviewing the tapes and the dash cam recordings of scott's shooting. they show two recordings to scott's family who released a statement saying in part, they answers, and they could not discern what scott was holding in his hands. they also say, when he was shot and killed, his hands were by his side and he was walking backward. the family is calling on police to release the tapes to the public immediately. >> we are about eight minutes now from that midnight curfew in charlotte. we'll have to see if the peace can hold throughout it live in the satellite center, wbz news. in tulsa, oklahoma, a white
killed an unarmed black man is facing manslaughter charges. dash cam and helicopter video hoe crutcher walking away from police and an officer shot him last week. her attorney said he was not following police orders and that she fired a single shot when he reached into his suv. the wife of the new york bombing suspect is back in the united states tonight, and she will be interviewed by police. she apparently walked into the em rats earlier this week. her husband, the suspect, remains hospitalized. he was wounded in a shot -- shoot-out with police. they have not been able to question him. we are following this developing news out of -- police are searching for the gunman who shot a teenager inside a cvs. katie is live for us. katie, investigators are pretty sure this teenager was targeted.
the teen was inside this busy cvs when three others walked in and shot him. the police chief here says that this is a brazen crime, and the police are now working on identifying the suspects and making arrests. >>. a steady stream of customers tried to shop although it was locked up. crime scene detectives dusted for prints. >> everybody came running out of the store. >> reporter: an 18-year-old the shooting was not random. three other people walked in. witnesses say they exchanged words in the checkout line and the teen was shot in the shoulder area. this lifelong resident was about to go inside to get a prescription and does not want to be identified. >> it looked like he was resisting and they threw him on the ground and then they put him in the back of the car. >> reporter: witnesses say another older teen ran down the street. investigators spent the evening interviewing witnesses and looking at surveillance video. police say they have a good
that's a little comfort to this mom. >> my 12-year-old would have been walking here from school going into the store to get something to drink. they have no consideration or respect for other people. >> it's a brazen act that there were people in the store and other potential victims. >> reporter: because of what happened here, the high school canceled all the events this evening and urged students to stay home and safe. cvs is closed and through is open so customers could get their prescriptions. next at 11:00, lost a long way from home and finally found. the race against time and temperature to save a man keep off cape cod. the extreme drought forcing extreme measures for people who want to stay clean. and not much rain in the forecast. a few showers on the way for tomorrow, and the summer heat is about to move on out.
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. we want to dip in the press conference. >> we asked a lot from the team. they never batted an eye. we got great leadership from our captains and veteran players and a lot of -- and everybody got on board and just stepped up. just really proud of the way i thought that we tried to -- tried to do what we wanted to do for 60 minutes. houston is a good football team. i have much represent for the coach and their staff and players. but just so proud of the way our guys competed and just tried to do everything that we asked them to do, and reetherealy -- and they really worked hard at it.
-- a tremendous job this week. so good win. we will be moving on pretty quickly from this one. we'll be able to enjoy it here for a little while. it's a good win. >> coach, on your left, you have ron gronkowski today. was it the plan all along to have him as a blocker in there with houston normally getting a lot of pressure on teams ? >> >> bill, hi. how did you think jacoby handled himself overall and what does it mean to you when he handed you his first touchdown ball ? >> i think he hand himself great last week, this week, all week, every day. you know, he's done nothing but come in here and work as hard
opportunities and learn from the other two guys. jimmy and then this week it was pretty much all him. he's just a hardworking kid that is really dedicated to doing what's right for the team and trying to improve on anything that you tell him. he just wants to do what the coach tells him to do. so i'm glad we have him and i waho that's his first touchdown ball. >> he just smiled. bill belichick just smiled. high praise for jacoby tonight. david was on the field at gillette. >> reporter: doesn't that qualify as breaking news. he smiles. i feel like we need that right now. you just heard him talking about what was a cool moment in the game.
scored his first touchdown. he comes off the field and hands the ball to bill belichick. you just heard similar say he'll hold on -- him say he'll hold on to that ball and give it back to jacoby. he's going to treasure it the rest of his life, his first nfl touchdown. maybe there will be many, many more. he's the third string quarterback for now. maybe not foreve providing a perfect forecast. >> i was walking along one of the rails earlier on. fisher, it was kind of like my gronk moment. everyone was happy with the weather. take a look at what of the weather temperatures. well in the 80s this afternoon. it cooled off quickly with dry air. the story is, what a warm year we're having. the 7th warmest on record to date. it has been above average
cold start to the month. we have cool stuff in the forecast around the corper. right now, we're falling back to the 60s and into the 50s. we're going to see cooler air from canada. some rain showers and some clouds are coming, too. that will be settling down across the area for tomorrow. so it's a day of change for friday. it starts off bright and dry. another gorgeous morning, really nice midday. clouds increase and we jump into the 80s and as we -- we'll be cooling down from north and south and we'll have scattered showers. i don't think they'll be widespread but a chance for some beneficial rain. if you are heading to the beach, brightest skies in the longer duration of warmer temperatures would be more toward the south shore and cape cod as well as the south coast. that will be the last spot to see that cooler air arrive. as we look toward midday, the
but falling in the 60s. as we head deeper in the afternoon, the 60s head down across all of new hampshire sneaking down into the cape and then across the region as we head into the evening. so your friday night, if you're heading out, are plan for showers. much cooler feel in the 50s and 60s by saturday morning. we're down into the 40s and not a lot of warping during the day -- warming during the day on saturday. it will be comfortable because we'll have the sunshine. high pressure is here for start and we'll have cool air coming down. we'll have bright skies. it's that first really crisp weekend. we want to decorate for fall. the weather is going to be just right for that. low to middle 60s on sunday. so at gillette stadium we have another game to watch. 70 degrees, sunny on saturday. greet event here. the walk to end alzheimer's, looks like upper 50s, probably want to layer up on sunday. it will be dry air in place
the there's a walk taking place. as we look at next week, we start off on a very chilly note. monday morning, that's the one to watch as we send it back out to david, we might have some patchy frost. >> did we go to fall quickly. thank you so much. break out the brooms. the red sox with their second straight sweep. they find number for the red sox to get
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. well, there's a reason sports fans across the country don't always like us, and it's because of nights like this. patriots with the shutout. red sox are never going to lose again. all is right in the world. >> yeah, it is pretty amazing here, david. all that we've witnessed. what can happen next? how about a rookie quarterback
around after jimmy garoppolo went down. jacoby brissett steps in and the patriots find a way to come up with a dominating 27-0 win over the houston texans. here we go. rob gronkowski active for the first time this season but didn't have any catches. we believe that's the first time he's played in an nfl game and didn't have any. so rookie quarterback jacobo brissett impresses in his first start. he hooks up with mitchell for 27 yards. great play. led to a field goal. they took a lead. on the ensuing zone, not a good idea. brandon with the strip. harm on recovers it. they said the returner was down. the pats get the ball. then jack oak -- jacoby brissett. he scored. brock osweiler had the big win
this time. jamie collins picked him off. pats difference keep making plays. another field goal. texans fumbled the kickoff again. jordan richards with the recovery led to a touchdown. and then in the 4th, blount again, this one from 41 yards out. it iced it. rushing for 105 yards and 2 touchdowns, the pats win big becoming the first team to improve to 3-0 this season. >> the one thing you have to do iswh you have to take song. jamie's interception was huge. we knew jacoby was going to be all right. we knew our offense was going to be okay. all we had to do is keep getting the ball back. that's really our focus each week. we went out there and executed on a high level. >> how about more good news?
smashed back in 2013. also made a $10,000 donation to help the dominican children. tied in the 5th. bennett with a 2-out single to right. the throw gets cut off. shaw scores. then in the 7th, 29th home run of the season. david price gets his 17th win. sox take is 5-3. back-to-back four game sweeps of the yankees and os. last of 1968. so the sox now lead the jays by five and a half games. toronto was off tonight. the os are 7 back much the magic number is now 5 with just 9 games to go. how about that? what a night for the patriots and the red sox. >> we'll take a breather. david wade, we'll come back
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me, guys. >> nicely done. good use of five seconds. >> i'm on board with that. cool days this weekend. fall is just about here. thank you for staying up with us. good night. >> stephen: anthony anderson , man, thank h for being back here. >> always a pleasure being here. >> stephen: i had so much fun with you last time, i thought it would be fun if you and i did a buddy cop mo >> really? >> stephen: oh yeah, it would be perfect. i'd play the straight-laced guy who's two days from retirement, and you'd be the younger guy who's a loose cannon. >> why am i the loose cannon? >> stephen: because, i'll play the reasonable by-the-book kind of cop, and you're unhinged. >> so, i'm the crazy cop? >> stephen: yes! totally deranged! >> so again, why am i the crazy cop? >> stephen: it's obvious, i'm like the normal guy who has put his time in, and you're, you know, a complete nut-job. >> what do you mean, it's
>> what!? i don't know what the hell you're talking about! >> stephen: perfect! you're the kind of cop who can fly off the handle at any second! you're mentally deranged! >> i'm going to punch you in your face! >> stephen: that's good! >> thanks. >> stephen: perfect. i think we got it. >> got it? speaking of that, did i get it? >> stephen: what? the part. >> stephen: oh, yeah, yeah, you're in. thank you very much. >> okay. hey, have your people call my people. >> stephen: what do you mean "your people"? >> you know, the white people black guys a job. >> stephen: oh, i'll have them give you a call. >> announcer: it's "the late show" with stephen colbert. tonight stephen welcomes anthony anderson, mark consuelos and the kills and jon batiste and "stay human." now from the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert!
>> stephen: hey chris! hey paul! hey mark! what's going on? ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: whoo! good to see you, jon. >> jon: good to see you. >> stephen: hey! welcome to "the late show." i'm so glad you're here. ( cheers and applause ) thank you so much. thanks, everybody. welcome to "the late show." i'm your host, stephen colbert. i'm so glad you're here in the studio. you're here in the audience watching from home. it's great to be with people you like and with friends. the news for the last 24 hours has been pretty bad.
and the governor of north carolina has declared a state of emergency in charlotte. the shooting of african americans by police officers and the community outrage that follows seems to keep happening over and over again no matter how many times we do nothing. at times like these, it's hard to know what to say. but it's easy to know what not to say. unless you're "u.s.a. today" columnist and psychic you hired from craigslist, glenn reynolds. last night, he tweeted a picture of protestors in traffic with the caption, "run them down. ( audience reacts ) wow! that is such a terrible tweet that it made "u.s.a. today's" worst tweet infographic. ( laughter ) now, these protests turned violent last night, and i just wish there was some sort of respectful, silent, civil protest that people could engage in that wouldn't enrage the other side. yeah.
that's not gonna work either. in fact, since colin kaepernick started the trend of taking a knee during the national anthem, he's become the most disliked player in the n.f.l. a second-string quarterback hasn't been this hated since, steve "hurtlin' hitler" rhineheart. pretty good player, though. >> jon: could run the blitz. >> stephen: i understand why some people are watch football as an escape from the harsh realities of life, unless you're a cleveland browns fan. well, in the face of continued heartbreaking racial strife, all eyes turn to civil rights icon, the reverend doctor donald trump. ( laughter ) yesterday, reverend trump reached out to the black community at two events in ohio. both were at black churches. well, one of them was technically a black church
people replacing black people since... brooklyn? and last night in a town hall, -- lovely community. last night, in a town hall, trump offered a solution to black on black violence. >> there is been a lot of violence in the black community. what would you do to stop black onck >> one of the things i would do is stop and frisk. i think you have to >> stephen: that's a bad idea. not only has it been found unconstitutional, if trump's doing the frisking, it'll take him hours with those tiny hands. ( cheers and applause ) there's been a lot of racial unrest recently, and you'd have to be an idiot to think you
and luckily, one trump campaign chair in ohio is just that idiot. >> if you're black and you haven't been successful in the last 50 years, it's your own fault. >> i don't think there was any racism until obama got elected. we never had problems like this. >> stephen: that's right, there was no racism until barack obama was elected! martin luther king didn't just have a dream, the whole thing was just an hallucination. ( laughter ) an illusion! by the way, look at the interviewer's reaction to what she's saying. yeah. that has to be the world's worst "that's really racist" poker face. ( laughter ) miller thinks she knows the root of the black community's problems. >> we have three generations all
babies! babies who aren't married! ( laughter ) you should always marry your baby to another baby on the day it's born. that way, they always remember their anniversary because it's the same as their birthday! come on! ( cheers and applause ) now, say hi to jon batiste and stay human, everybody. ? ? happy birthday ? ? oh happy birthday ? >> stephen: we have a great show for you guys tonight. please, also, when you're home and you people watching now, please join us for tomorrow night's show because my guest will be the one, the only mr. bruce springsteen.
>> stephen: legally i could not continue with the show till you yelled "bruce." thank you very much. folks, it is officially fall, when the leaves change color, my diet is 95% pumpkin spice, and the world series is just around the corner. we're coming up on the start of the 2016 m.l.b. playoffs, the world series of not quite being the world series. and since i'm from south carolina, i'm rooting for my home team: the chicago cubs ( cheers and applause ) now, if you've followed baseball for the last 108 years, you know that the cubs have long struggled to make it to the post season. in fact, when i lived there they were like that awkward dork you knew back in high school, because it's a miracle if either of them gets to first base. but now the cubbies have the best record in baseball. and it's not just the talent on the field that's responsible for
it's also the men and women in the stands: the ticket takers, the ushers, and the vendors. and last weekend, i was invited to come to chicago to give one of these brave weenie slingers the day off. jim, let's play ball. ? i headed to wrigley field home of chicago cubs where i met veteran rocco. pushing hot dog beef. >> it has the sterno to keep the hot dogs hot. >> stephen: flames in there. yeah, there's a sterno in front of it. >> stephen: like this? right, right, and hook it up. >> stephen: like i'm hooking on a machine gun, basically. >> right. >> stephen: i'm going to fire the hot dog straight into their mouths. >> if you can do it. not your back. use your legs.
>> stephen: how many dogs are in here, 1500? >> there is 15. >> stephen: these are heavy. this box is warm and it is resting right up against, shall we say, my vienna beef. ( laughter ) how many hours have i had this on? about 90 seconds. ow often will i be able to take a break to get arthroscopic surgery on my spine? don't lean on it. >> stephen: rocco. don't do that. i'm ready to start selling. i just have to do one thing first. >> all right. m? >> stephen: my name's donny. let's go sell some dogs. first i hit the field to work on high speed hot dog delivery with
who wants a hot dog? get your hot dogs while you can. life is short. who wants a hot dog? come on, just cstch it. oh! that's $6.50! okay. you got it? >> get ready! >> stephen: hey! you guys want some meat in your mouth? come on! hot dog. all i have is hot dogs. literally, that's all i have in my life. i've driven away everyone who loved me. ice cold hot dogs! >> the contest? >> stephen: give me $6.50, i'll give you a hot dog. >> ain't hot dog. >> stephen: take this dog down to intestine town. it's what it's made of! >> hey! >> stephen: what do you mean? you guys are cute. you guys party? >> a little bit. >> stephen: a little bit. what are you doing after the game? >> hanging out with you.
panel van parked on lakeshore drive. want to come with me? >> yeah. >> stephen: great, maybe we'll make a donny sandwich. go>> hot dog, prewrapped. >> stephen: there you go, man. chicago owes you a lot. sthats $6.50. take a little bit of the dog, between your cheek and gum. ? ? ? >> stephen: i'm sorry. would you hold that for a second? thank you very much. that's $6.50. can't take it back. you touched it. two for $15. thanks very much. ( laughter ) thanks, man. thanks very much. perfect.
( laughter ) there you go. all right. all right. let's go, cubbies! how are ya? everybody wants to hug and kiss the hot dog guy, all right? we're having a party. want to come? >> yes. >> stephen: i'll bring the beef, you bring the buns. a hot dog joke! who needs a hot dog? ? ? >> stephen: that is nice. i could paint a fence with that. ?
>> stephen: get your hot dogs right here! hot dogs! get your hot dogs right here! >> you've done a great job but you're done man is that don't take me out. i'm not tired. i can do this. >> i know, but you've done a great job. appreciate it. thanks, brother. thank you. >> stephen: go cubbies! ( cheers and applause ) i want to send a big thank you to wrigley field and the chicago cubs-- check them out in the playoffs! fingers crossed-- it could be their first world series in over a hundred years. or, roughly, the shelf life of one hot dog. we'll be right back with anthony anderson.
? ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey, welcome back, everybody! welcome back to "the late show" already in progress. my first guest tonight stars in one of the "black-ish" shows on television. please welcome anthony anderson! ( cheers and applause ) ? ? >> appreciate that, big man! appreciate you getting up for me! thank you very much, sir! >> stephen: of course i'm
>> sometimes husky brothers don't want to give it up for husky brothers. husky to husky, i appreciate you! love you! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: well, they're a thursday night audience. >> hey, hey, thursday night audiences are the crazy audiences! you have been here all day! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: now, you were nominated for an emmy this past weekend. >> do we have to bring that up? >> stephen: well, we don't have to. i just wanted to talk about it. >> okay. >> stephen: you talked to your mom, your daughter, that was fun. >> yes, it was. >> stephen: i assume you did not win. >> everybody can't be a winner like you, stephen. >> stephen: i wasn't even nominated, my brother. >> hey, hey, brother, how many peabodys you got? (whispers) >> stephen: four. yeah. >> stephen: the emmys, when
the ceremony. it's ridiculous. it's like, we need to get together. >> i believe the hype. i always think i'm going to win. >> stephen: you get in a tuxedo. >> i got into a tux to give a speech that night. >> stephen: did you get a taste of anything? >> nope. i can tell you how upset my mother was. my mother cussed on camera. >> stephen: like, she was sitting next to you? >> no, after the emmys, we left and t right? and i was being interviewed by bun of the news outlets and they were asking me how the evening went and how did i feel? they were, like, anthony, we thought you were going to win, too. and my momma jumped in said, i did, too. i thought he was going to win, too. me and amy schumer were sitting there talking about why my baby didn't win. we were at the hbo party and she
you can't say that! we're about to go in and drink free alcohol on veep! you can't say that! that's a great show! >> stephen: she was hanging out with amy shiewmer? >> yes, they started a womance. >> stephen: does she have a lower back tattoo now? because -- ( laughter ) -- amy's fun, but amy's trouble. >> yes, she is, but so is my momma. >> stephen: really? o amy should watch out. >> stephen: you got in a little bit of trouble or rather people tagged on you a little bit because when my friend john ol'ler was going up to get his emmy for winning for this week, okay, we have a little clip here. they can see you in the background in the front row and there you are, you texting in the front row. >> yeah. >> stephen: during the ceremony. >> yeah. >> stephen: what was more
>> well, at that point, i had lost -- ( laughter ) -- or i should say i did not win. >> stephen: sure. and i was responding to a text message from samuel l. jackson. >> stephen: i am familiar. that said, (bleep) look interested in something you're not interested in. ( applause ) and my response to him was, i guess i better work on my poker face! >> stephen: he and your mom ought to get together. >> yeah. >> stephen: let's talk about "black-ish" for a second. congratulations on the second nomination anyway. >> thank you ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: you're real proud of it. >> i am, i am. >> stephen: last time you were here, you said because of my fantastic band, i had a contact black and that i had a shot at blackishness. >> yes. >> stephen: but i had tracy
said, no. >> yeah. >> stephen: what happened? i getless black? >> i don't know. tracy is a hybrid. you know, she's mixed. >> stephen: i've got to write this down. >> yeah. tracy is a hybrid. she's mixed. so i don't know what side you were talking to. i don't know if you were talking to the diana ross side or the stein side. >> stephen: okay. o, you know. >> stephen: perhaps you should hold up a little card ( laughter ) season three which was yesterday premiered last night. takes place in disneyland. >> world. >> stephen: my poll jiz. orlando, not in california. >> stephen: you are take you can family on a very special trip. >> very special trip for very special people, vip. >> stephen: so you can get a special pass. >> not just a pass. i bought a white man to take us
that's part of the magic kingdom! when they say, have a magical day, i was like, i guess so! i just bought a white man! ( cheers and applause ) and he took me and my black family around the most happiest place on earth! >> stephen: i mean, you're like a famous man, make a lot of money. are you able to provide v.i.p. situations for your children you couldn't have growing up? >> that's what "black-ish" is all about, first generation suction, giving your children a better upbringing than what you had. that's the american dream. >> stephen: what are the things they take for granted now? >> take for granted, well, i didn't get my first car till 25. both of my children got their first brand-new vehicles. i got a used vehicle that got repossessed two months after i bought it at 25. both of my children got
>> stephen: i wouldn't mind being one of your children. >> oh, i can adopt you. >> stephen: really? i can. >> stephen: i'll take you around disney world. ( laughter ) stick around a little bit more? we'll be back with more anthony anderson. ( cheers and applause ) ? ? r crowd:yeah! women bar crowd: woo! people of all genders! we don't care we'll sell you beer. we'll sell you a beer any day of the week. steel mill workers: yeah! ? it's peyton on sunday mornings you like football? it's directv nfl sunday ticket. i can watch every sunday ticket game live on any device. well i'm retired now. so i just sit here watch nothing.
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takes funding away from regular public schools in that area. this year alone, charter schools will take more than 400 million dollars away from neighborhood public schools. that's not right. instead of draining even more money from neighborhood public schools and giving it to charters, let's devote public resources to all of our students... not just a select few. don't lift the cap on charter schools. vote no on question 2. ? ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey, welcome back, everybody! we're here with our friend anthony anderson. anthony. >> yes. >> stephen: we have a clip here of a family reunion, i think. i'm not entirely sure what this is. this is you? what are you doing here? >> all right, you see the commercial with those things that you can go to the park, this is ghetto version of it. this is like plastic my family
slamming himself against you at top speed? >> one of my cousins. >> stephen: is he okay? because he looks like he's knocked out cold. >> he's all right. my brother got me good. when you do that, you have to have a sturdy base. >> stephen: what's that called? >> ghetto games. ghetto gladiator, i think that's what it's called. >> stephen: okay. but, you know, it was crazy, my cousins put together a softball game. it wasn't really a family reunion but it felt like one. it was my uncle's birthday and my birthday the upcoming week. they got together, charged $25 for everybody to come together. it was about 80 of us there. >> stephen: some long green. yeah, some long green. they only had food for 12 people. so let's round it up. 100 people paid $25 each.
salad, burnt baked beans and burnt hot dogs and hamburgers for 12. now, they had bread for 34 people. the bread was stacked up high but only enough meat for 12. i think my family, quanda, if you're watching, my cousin who put it together, i think she did this as a rent party and disguised it as a family reunion birthday party. >> stephen: that's resourceful. >> because theth they got for my uncle only was $8 and i knew it was because it said $7.99 on the piece of plastic that covered the cake. ( laughter ) >> stephen: uh, well... you sure you want me to adopt you now? >> stephen: i was just thinking -- you know, i was looking at that -- you guys bumping up against each other in those inflatable lawn chairs. i read someplace that you have gotten your ass kicked by the best. >> yeah.
around is my momma. west side of chicago, she gets down with it. but jet lee and stephen segal, now, they kick ass differently. jet lee kicks your ass quick. stephen segal is a little older in age when we were working together. he can still kick ass but he's so old now he's got a thumb move. he gets your thumbs, that's it, you're done with. but if you hide your ts, can't do nothing to you! >> stephen: put your hands in your pocket and kick at him. >> he can't grab nothing! >> stephen: speaking of kicking ass, i understand that you also challenged another great icon, not to a fight but to a contest, and i want to make sure i have this right, because i'm going to give you an opportunity to dispel a rumor here. >> okay. >> stephen: did you challenge stevie wonder to a basketball game?
okay, see, what y'all don't know -- >> stephen: you were going to dunk on stevie? >> what you don't know, stevie can see. it's just an act. >> stephen: he can see? tevie can see. stevie flew me to bag '01 time for a jazz festival that he was producing, and i'm on stage with chris tucker and johnny gill. stevie walks on stage, looks me dead in my eye and says, anthony, get me to a piano. i said, hell, stevie, if you can walk to me, you can walk to the piano. he called himself, had the play it off. but i took him to piano and he played. i challenged him to a one on one basketball game he did for charity for his son. he said, anthony, i don't want to embarrass you one on one so let's do it free-throws. he won. >> stephen: he won?