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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- michael strahan -- from "mortdecai" actress olivia munn -- creators of hbo's togetherness mark and jay duplass -- featuring the 8g band with fred armisen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] and now, here he is, seth meyers! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening, everyone. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? feeling good? is everybody well? that is exciting. that is --
and this, you guys, this, not going to lie to you, this what i'm about to tell you, this, is some exciting political news. this. mitt romney is purportedly putting his 2012 election team back together. and somehow miraculously, none of them were busy with other stuff. [ laughter and applause ] they were all available. [ applause ] what was your last job? oh, my last job? i helped a man finish second -- [ laughter ] for president. out of two. [ laughter and applause ] anybody watch the college football championship game last night? [ cheers ] well, if you watched, i don't need to tell you, but ohio state beat oregon 42-20. police in ohio had to use gas --
they had to use tear gas on crowds after celebrations got too rowdy following the game. they had to use tear gas on the crowds. oregon fans, on the other hand, were able to make their own tears. [ laughter ] sans gas, just natural tears. the natural process by which tears are created, being sadness. this is interesting. this is very interesting. fidel castro who hasn't been publicly seen for more than a year wrote a personal letter. he wrote a personal letter referencing current events to prove he is still alive. [ laughter ] and nothing says, "i'm alive" in 2015 like writing a letter. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i was surprised, surprised to hear this. woody allen has announced that he will write and direct his first tv series. it's called "how i met your mother." [ audience groans ] [ laughter and applause ] i know.
i know, 'cause someone else has already used it, right? that's why you're groaning? this is pretty great. last week author gillian flynn hinted that there may be a sequel to "gone girl." it's called "she back." [ laughter ] this is just incredible. any dog fans here? any -- [ cheers and applause ] a dog in seattle has learned how to ride the bus in order to take itself to the dog park without its owner. [ light laughter ] it sounds cute until you find out the dog's only taking the bus because he has four duis. [ laughter ] it's also impressive cause that means, you know, must have taught himself how to drink alcohol, so it's a smart dog. a smart dog who's using his intelligence to make bad choices. and if there's a lesson we can take away from today is that smart dogs have to be smarter about what they use their smartness for. [ laughter ]
there's a new study out, you guys, we get very excited about new studies here at the show. a new study shows that optimistic people are twice as likely to have perfect heart health. optimistic people are twice as likely to have perfect heart health. unless, of course, they're getting all that optimism from cocaine. [ light laughter ] i wouldn't count on that optimism making you healthier in the heart area. and finally, police are looking for a woman who stole $3,000 worth of cat grooming supplies at an airport baggage carousel. police describe the suspect as single. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, this is the 8g band. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: how we doing, 8g band? you guys good over there? fred, welcome back. it's great to see you. you were gone yesterday. i'm always happy to have you
back. >> fred: yeah. >> seth: my favorite thing about having you back, is we always have such interesting discussions about things. you have so many interesting projects. my one fear is i sometimes worry people at home who are watching might think you're making up these things off the top of your head. but, you know, i know -- i know that you wouldn't do that. we've been friends for too long for you to just lie to me. [ laughter ] but we were talking about the golden globes, and you said to me that, you know, you've never won a golden globe, but you feel very confident that you're going to win the golden globe for best foreign film next year because you're working on a foreign film that you say is incredibly important and incredibly interesting. can you tell us a little bit about this film? >> fred: yeah, it's called -- [ speaking german ] [ laughter ] >> seth: real quick just for those of us who don't speak whatever language that is. [ laughter ] [ speaking german ] >> fred: what it is, "i'm very happy about this funnel." [ laughter ]
sort of history of the funnel. in germany, or the german republic, going back to when before it was really germany, and just the design and what went into it. the first funnels were flat with no hole. [ laughter ] it was just a disk. >> seth: oh, gotcha. they were plates almost. >> jimmy: they were plates. that's a good way of looking at it. they were trying to put seeds through it and stuff and it never really filtered through. then they just sort of started designing it. i was like, "hey, we can make this into a cone, you can put a hole through it and -- >> seth: is there a hero in the film or is it multigenerational? >> fred: the hero is heinrich funnel. >> seth: oh, okay. >> fred: you know, he named it after himself which is a really smart thing to do. >> seth: more than fair. >> fred: that's what i think. and yeah, it's a pretty -- i'm very proud of the movie. >> seth: it's an all german cast? >> fred: it's an all german cast. yes. it's a huge cast. >> seth: oh really, how many people are in it? >> fred: about, 1,100 people. >> seth: seems like a lot of people for a movie about a funnel. >> fred: yes, but, you know, so many people had to deal with funnels. you know what i mean?
>> seth: you didn't have to put everyone who deal with a funnel in your movie. >> fred: yes, you do. >> seth: you do. did you write it, did you direct it, are you in it? like what role did you play? >> fred: stunt work. editing. [ laughter ] >> seth: now just -- and again, i don't want you to give too much away, but can you describe a scene and a film about a funnel that would require a stunt? >> fred: so the first guy -- you know, like, to see if the funnel really works, is so blown away, like, "oh my god!" and that sort of pushes everyone back and, like -- [ laughter ] you know what i mean like? so i sort of, like, backwards kind of fell on my back and flipped over like, "whoa!" and then back on my feet again, like, "we have to, you know, patent this." >> seth: oh, wow. so your stunt is you see the first funnel. whoa. flip back. and flip right back up and say we have to patent this? >> fred: yeah. >> seth: and what's the german line for that? >> fred: "yes. yes. das patent ist yes."
[ laughter and applause ] >> seth: that's a really -- i mean -- [ cheers and applause ] yeah, i mean. fred, i'm not the same as -- when you said, "das patent ist yes." >> fred: yes. >> seth: i got goosebumps. [ laughter ] that is great, one more time, the title? [ speaking german ] [ laughter ] >> seth: i cannot wait. that's great. congratulations, fred. that's so, so exciting. [ cheers and applause ] wow. we got such a great show for you guys tonight. michael strahan is here. [ cheers and applause ] the wonderful michael strahan. also stopping by from the new film "mortdecai" the very funny, my good friend, olivia munn is joining us this evening. [ cheers and applause ] and i'll also be talking with the creators of new hbo show "togetherness" mark and jay duplass. they're going to be with us this evening. two wonderful guys. two very talented guys. we're going to be right back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ]
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run across a news story that's particularly bizarre, it's almost always without exception something that happened in florida. some of these crazies -- some these stories are so crazy they seem made up, you'd never be able to tell the difference. we're going to see if you can tell the difference right now with our late night game show -- >> crowd: fake or florida! >> seth: let's bring out the contestants. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ fake or florida fake or florida fake or florida ♪ >> seth: okay. contestants, you've taken your places behind the podium. get settled. contestant number one, matthew. very nice to meet you. where are you from? what do you do for a living? >> i'm from brooklyn. the washington heights. [ cheers and applause ] i work for at yeshiva university. i run the operations for the admissions office. >> seth: alright. congratulations, matthew. wonderful to have you. let's meet our second contestant. sophia. where are you from and what do you do? >> i'm from east hannover, new jersey and i'm a waitress. >> seth: alright. well thank you. happy to have you. give it up for sophia. [ cheers and applause ] and our 3rd contestant richard, what do you do for a living? where are you from?
>> i work for an irrigation company, and i live in florida. >> seth: you live in florida. okay. [ laughter and applause ] you're from florida. no worries. you can still play. but we have to give you a handicap to make it fair for the other contestants. cassandra can you help us out with that. now, cassandra my wonderful assistant is going to put a blindfold on you. we're not sure what difference the blindfold makes. but now you have it on. and that's a lovely dress, cassandra. as they say on the red carpet, who are you wearing? >> let me check the tags. i can't see, hold on. >> seth: oh. >> i can't see it. hold on. >> seth: that's okay. you don't have to worry about it. >> oh, i know what i was doing wrong. >> seth: okay. good. >> i can't see it. >> seth: all right. you know what, we're going to check back in with you later. [ laughter ] it's not that important. again, you do not have to keep spinning. you do not have to keep spinning. give it up for cassandra, everybody. [ applause ] alright, here's how the game works. i'll read a news story. you guess whether it's fake or if it really happened in florida. if you're correct, you'll hear the sound of a happy dolphin
splashing in the ocean. [ dolphin sounds ] if your answer is incorrect, you'll hear the sound of a drunk rapper's ferrari splashing into the ocean. [ engine revving ] >> oh, hell no. [ splash ] [ laughter ] >> seth: each correct answer in a round will earn you one manatee. there's a manatee right there. all right. we're going to begin with you, matthew. contestant number one. here we go. first question. a woman in clearwater, florida, slapped her grandmother several times after her grandmother refused to accept her friend request on facebook. fake or florida? >> classic florida. [ dolphin sounds ] [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: the dolphin says you're right! give yourself a manatee, matthew. very well done. all right. sophia, ready to go? >> all right. >> seth: a man in sebastian, florida, destroyed his girlfriend's car after she told him that he would have a dream about performing strange sex acts with his dead grandmother. fake or florida? >> i'm going to say fake?
[ dolphin sounds ] [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: congratulations. give yourself a manatee. all right. you ready, richard? >> i guess so. [ laughter ] >> seth: okay. richard, i know you can't see, but i'm right here. >> okay. >> seth: don't try to grab me. just take my word for it. >> okay. [ laughter ] >> seth: a coral gables man got lost in a swamp while alligator hunting says that he survived for three days by smoking meth to stave off his appetite. is that fake or is that florida? >> i'll go with florida. [ engine revving ] >> oh, hell no. [ splash ] [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: shame on you, richard, for thinking the good people of florida would ever do that. that means it's time for round two. >> round two! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: you don't have to keep -- oh, it doesn't matter. all right. round two. each correct answer will earn you two manatees. matthew, you're tied for the lead. you have to put your manatees here. i should have told you guys that. that's my bad.
there you go. all right, perfect. no, don't put a second one there. how dare you? [ laughter ] a woman in ocala, florida, was arrested after she stripped down and started doing yoga in the middle of the road while her pickup truck was on the side of the road still running. is that fake or is that florida? >> florida. [ dolphin sounds ] [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: you're right again. give yourself two more manatees. sophia, matthew's got the jump on you. are you nervous at all? >> a little bit. >> seth: you're a little nervous? we can sense that. [ laughter ] a north miami woman -- sophia, a north miami woman was arrested recently after she was discovered sleeping naked on a shelf at costco behind a paper towel display. [ laughter ] is that fake or is that florida? >> there's no way. that has to be fake. [ dolphin sounds ] [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: you're right! all right, richard. you are in trouble. everyone is perfect so far except for you who is perfectly imperfect. [ laughter ] a man in the florida panhandle visited a friend who was in the intensive care unit and brought him marijuana to smoke. which set fire to the man's
oxygen tank. is that fake? is that florida? >> i'm going to go with florida. [ dolphin sounds ] [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: very, very well done. all right. moving on to our final round. >> final round. oh, my god. oh, my god. the spinning fixed me. >> seth: that's amazing. >> i remember everything. i'm dr. cassandra black. i'm a neurosurgeon. >> seth: oh my god, that's incredible. >> i was at a conference in paris when i got hit by a valo, which is french for bicycle, and i've been doing game shows ever since. what were you asking? >> well, i mean, it doesn't matter now. i was just asking, who are you wearing? >> let me check. >> seth: oh no, no, no! >> oh no. i'm brokened again. final round! [ cheers and applause ]
>> seth: oh, cassandra, i'm so sorry. it was so nice to have the real you back. all right contestants are you ready? i'm going to read one more bizarre news item. you will write your answer, fake or florida, on the whiteboard in front of you. correct answers in this round are worth fifty manatees. here is your question. a woman in clearwater, florida, slapped her grandmother several times after her grandmother refused to accept her -- oh sorry. [ laughter ] that's the wrong one. >> florida. [ laughter ] >> seth: well done, matthew, you son of a bitch. you snarky son of a bitch -- [ laughter and applause ] that would have been so terrifying if florida thad run out of stories, but they didn't. the owner of a reptile store in deerfield beach was arrested after he placed a lizard in his mouth and swung it around hitting his employees. fake or florida? [ laughter ] take your time. write it down. the owner of a reptile store in deerfield beach, richard, i'm going to put a pen in your hand here. there you go, buddy. take the cap off it. the cap is in the lower part. oh my goodness. >> i don't know what to do with my hands. >> seth: you don't know how to use your hands? we just blindfolded you, buddy.
it's alright. [ laughter ] here you go, right here. there you go. go down, now that's a whiteboard. you have to write fake or florida. i'm looking forward to see how bad your handwriting is. [ laughter ] the owner of a reptile store in deerfield beach was arrested after he placed a lizard in his mouth and swung it around hitting his employees. fake or florida? take or time. richard, don't take any more time. [ laughter ] and we're ready. okay. contestants, get ready to hold up your boards. richard, you can take off your blindfold now. and here we go. the last question, the owner of a reptile store in deerfield beach was arrested after he placed a lizard in his mouth and swung it around hitting employees. fake or florida? take your time. let's see what we got there. matthew said, florida. you're right! sophia said, florida. you're right! richard said, florida with a tiny smiley face. you're also right! [ cheers and applause ] matthew, sophia, you tied for first. the winner in this round. you win a full-sized florida state flag. let's bring it out. we're going to make sure you guys get one. perfect for displaying state pride or using it as a hobo bundle. [ laughter ] runners up, you each receive a book of weird stories of florida.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everyone. our first guest tonight is a super bowl champion and nfl hall of famer and an emmy nominated broadcaster. he can be seen weekday mornings as the co-host of "live! with kelly and michael." he's also hosting the critics choice awards this thursday, january 15th, on a&e. please welcome michael strahan. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: welcome. >> thank you. >> seth: it's always so good to see you. >> it's always good to see you. >> seth: i want to ask you this because i have sat in the chair across from kelly before. i co-hosted that show. it was so much fun. you do it full time. does the shine ever wear off kelly ripa or is she as i believe her to be the greatest person on earth? >> she is an angel. >> seth: she is an angel, right? >> when i went to shoot, you walk in, you see her, it's like, "waaah", like lights.
>> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> yes. it never wears off. and i walk in, in the morning before the makeup, before anything, she looks the same. she never changes. >> seth: yeah. >> yeah. >> seth: and i, when you walk in and do it, she's in the makeup chair and it seems like they're wasting everybody's time because she comes in looking perfect. >> she's just trying to keep people employed. >> seth: that's very nice. [ laughter ] >> so unnecessary. >> seth: that's very, very nice of her. >> but what i love is every day i know what i'm going to get. she's always the same. she makes it look easy. and she's funny. >> seth: yeah, she's really funny. >> we don't rehearse anything. >> seth: no, i know. it's the best job on earth. >> yes. >> seth: yeah. you show up, you read the newspaper, it's super fun. >> you got to know how to read. that's a problem sometimes. >> seth: that's right. yeah, that's true. [ laughter ] >> i didn't know that before i got this job. i had to take a class before. i was like, oh, really, i got to go to work and after work learn to read. >> seth: but it's good. the whole first part of that show is just sitting with a friend and reading the newspaper. reading headlines. >> it is. one of the few shows you can go 15, 20 minutes with no script and just talk about what you want to talk about. >> seth: yeah. >> talk about who you want to talk about. and not know what the other
person is going to say. so i love it because it's spontaneous. it's just off the top of your head and you have to continuously think. you never get bored. >> seth: yes. >> and that's what i love about it. >> seth: no, you can't get bored. and you guys are so great at it. and then you have another morning show where you do the fox pregame shows. >> yep. >> seth: and so you go to l.a. for that. >> mh-hmm. >> seth: and that seems like a different deal. >> well that's football players. you don't have to be as smart. >> seth: right. [ laughter ] >> they're going to kill me. no. you have to be a genius to do that show. >> seth: yeah, of course. you've got to know the difference between an "x" and an "o." >> and "x" an "o." [ laughter ] but that is completely different. it's a totally -- it's like compartmentalizing your brain. >> seth: yeah. >> so there it actually is tough because you have to know players, you have to know stats, you have to know injuries, you have to know matchups. and so you got to figure that out. and we don't rehearse what we're going to say either. so if i'm the third or fourth guy to talk after bradshaw, and jimmy and howie, they may make every point that i wanted to make. >> seth: oh, so you don't know. that's really interesting. >> and then that's when i have to just figure and make
something up. >> seth: wow. >> it's tough, man. >> seth: yeah. >> or we'll say something, we'll be talking behind the scenes and they'll actually say, hmm, he may say that, so they'll steal it and say it just to screw you up. >> seth: wow. that's nice though. that's has a nice, the camaraderie of a locker room to it. >> yeah. >> seth: some controversy in football. certainly in the packers/cowboys game. >> yeah. >> seth: dez bryant, catch, not a catch? what was your take on it? >> well you know, one of my good friends, as well as your great friends, olivia munn is here. >> seth: yes she is. >> love olivia. when i saw she was here, i thought you guys were like, doing it for me. >> seth: right. we are always, i want to say this, and this is no hyperbole, we're always doing it for you. >> yes. thank you. >> seth: yes. >> you do, do it for me, seth. [ laughter ] >> seth: that's why i'm here. and it's effortless. effortless. [ applause ] >> so it was a catch if you're a cowboys fan. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] i think that person was. >> i think that person was. >> seth: yeah. >> in the common sense of
looking at it, it looked like a catch to me. it looked like he caught it, made a few steps, tried to reach out. but for the rules of football, it wasn't a catch. now, only thing he could do now is you have to change the rule for next year. i think that is one of the rules that the competition committee really needs to look at because you have a situation like this with the detroit lions a few years ago. calvin johnson. and then ironically enough, detroit had a bad call with dallas a few weeks ago. so it's almost like the karma of football caught up with the cowboys last week. >> seth: who are your predictions? who do you think we're going to see in the super bowl? >> you ask me, olivia's here. i can't make her mad. >> seth: yep. >> but it's hard to win at seattle. and no team has repeated since my co-host jimmy johnson's dallas cowboys back in the day. so i'm thinking seattle is about as good of chance as anybody has to repeat. and i like new england. it's hard to beat the patriots at home. and going against a young andrew luck and a smart bill belichick, it's going to be hard for them. so i think the patriots/seattle in the super bowl in arizona. >> seth: all right. so we got our morning show with
kelly, we got our fox nfl show, and then we've got a budding movie career because you're going to be -- >> budding? >> seth: this is so exciting. budding. you're in a budding movie career because you're going to be -- >> it's a lot of butt, i know that. >> seth: it was a butting movie because you were in the sequel to "magic mike." [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> seth: it's true. now, talk me through how that happened. did some producer say we need strahan, get me strahan? >> no, you know what happened was channing tatum was on "live!" and i was co-hosting. >> seth: yes. >> and i wasn't even had the job yet, i was just a guest host. and i'm in the dressing room. they say, he's coming in next day. i'm like, i should get some rip-off pants because my name is mike. like, you know, a football player. my name is mike. they can call me magic mike. [ laughter ] so they made, i was like, all right, get some pants but it will take too long. they're like, no, we can make some pants for you. will you do it? i said yeah. so i did it. he loved it. they loved it. and he said to me, when we do part two, i'm putting you in it.
and you know, as an athlete, a former athlete, there's nothing you say you can't do. >> seth: right. >> so i'm like, i can do it. and every once in a while he said, are you ready? i was like, if you stay ready, you don't have to get ready, you know? [ laughter ] so like a year or so later i am eating -- i swear to you, i'm eating a cheeseburger and i get a text from him -- no call from him. he says, hey, the movie's on, are you ready? and i'm like, i'm ready. i put it down, i ordered broccoli. [ laughter ] >> seth: well i cannot wait. i can't wait. and now you're also hosting the critics choice awards? >> yeah. >> seth: and that's on a&e on thursday. >> a&e thursday 9:00 p.m. >> seth: that's great. and is that exciting for you? a big movie fan? will this be a good time? >> i'm a big movie fan. i try to see everything. and i'm really excited about it because it's a totally different thing. here i was running into quarterbacks and telling them how good they felt when i landed on top of them and now i'm -- i'll be standing in front of a room full of the biggest stars
in hollywood and handing out awards for their work for the year. so i'm really excited about it. my first time hosting something like that. >> seth: that's great. >> it will be fun. >> seth: i want to host next year so i can hand you the critics choice for "magic mike 2." that's my goal. best supporting actor. best something. i'm going to wait until i see and then i'll figure out what award i'm going to give you. >> it's "magic mike xxl" so you can name that award anything you want. [ laughter ] >> seth: michael strahan, everybody. check out the critics choice awards thursday night on a&e. we'll be right back with olivia munn. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i vow to wow my family with a vacation they'll never forget. it's royal caribbean's vow to wow sale, and there's no better time than now, to book your vacation. book today and get 50 percent off your second guest... ...and more money to spend on board. i vow to break the ice with my father-in-law. i vow to fly like supermom. i vow to make vacation history. it's our richest offer of the year. royal caribbean's vow to wow sale.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everyone. you know our next guest from her work in "magic mike" and hbo's "the newsroom." starting january 23rd you can see her alongside johnny depp in the new film "mortdecai." let's take a look. >> oh that's my bottom. >> yes. >> oh, you're right. >> oh my dear i'm so tired. so married and so tired. well, i don't know -- that's not my bottom. [ laughter ] >> seth: please welcome olivia munn. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> seth: welcome. you look beautiful. >> thank you. i'm so excited to be here. >> seth: it's so exciting to have you here because we know each other very well. >> yes. >> seth: we're very good friends. you're very good friends with my wife. >> yes. >> seth: and one thing, i'll just lay it out here for our viewing public, you've always busted on us for how we treat our dogs. >> understandably so, when you're around you guys. you love frisbee. i love frisbee. i'm an animal lover. but you guys are weird about your dogs. >> seth: okay. how so? >> no, they are. >> seth: explain because this is the first i'm hearing. >> okay, well. okay first of all, i went to go visit you guys in the vineyard. >> seth: yeah. >> and i go next to my bed and frisbee has pooped and this is your response. "aww, that's so cute." >> seth: okay. >> seth: and lexi takes a picture. >> seth: yeah. >> and i stepped in it. and you hold her like a baby. you let her kiss you in the mouth. [ audience groans ] >> seth: yeah. >> oh, it gets better. >> seth: these are all -- i don't -- i think all of this
is very normal. [ laughter ] >> frisbee sits on your lap for every meal at the restaurant. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] well, now here's a perfect example of -- i guess it could be us holding frisbee as a baby. this is our christmas picture. >> and dressed her like you guys. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] by the way, alexi, this is a true story. alexi's complaining about this sweater, she goes, i wish your checks were bigger on this shirt. i think, do you know how much i hate this already? >> do you hate it? >> seth: no, i love it. [ laughter ] >> you kind of love it. you do, you do. >> seth: but now here's the thing. >> right. >> seth: because the whole games changed because you just got a dog. >> my worst nightmare is that i've turned into you guys. >> seth: right. >> i rescued a dog. little puppy. and -- >> seth: what kind of dog is it? >> she's a cavalier king charles. and i hold him like -- >> seth: did you rescue him from a castle? what? [ laughter ] >> he was at a puppy mill. >> seth: okay, got ya. >> and you get rescue dogs, they're so sweet. and they're just so nice and lovely. and i hold him like a baby now, i take him grocery shopping with me. >> seth: there we go. here's you and your newborn. >> look at him. >> seth: look at that. >> look at him he's so cute. >> seth: that's like you just left the hospital with him. >> i know.
[ laughter ] >> seth: you're like wearing your hospital pants. oh, look at that. >> i was going to the golden globes. that was my outfit. >> seth: that was your, i remember. it was like -- >> it was couture. >> seth: yeah. >> so i'm obsessed with my dog just like you. >> seth: welcome to our world. it's really exciting. >> thank you. it is the best. he's just the best dogs in the world. >> seth: congratulations. >> thank you. >> seth: you're in a film with what an incredible cast. >> i know, yeah. >> seth: johnny depp, gwenth paltro, ewan mcgregor, and jeff goldblum who we've had on the show. who's the best. and he plays your dad. >> he does. >> seth: i'm always desperate when people work with jeff goldblum, do you got any good goldbum stories for me? >> jeff goldblum. this is what i like to say about jeff goldblum. jeff goldblum does a great jeff goldblum. >> seth: yeah. >> like, nobody -- he is spot on. when i first met him, he comes out arms out, like, olivia, hi. come watch me play jazz. that was the very first sentence out of his mouth. it was like, you are jeff goldblum. >> seth: yeah. >> all of the time. >> seth: that's really good. nothing would be more disappointing than if jeff goldblum was less jeff goldblum. >> no, he is. and he's got beautiful skin, right? it's like, olive. >> seth: yeah, it's great. >> you just want to touch it.
>> seth: no you are a dyed-in-the-wool green bay packers fan. >> yeah. >> seth: you love the green pay packers. and one of the reasons might be, i'm not saying this is the only reason, you have a boyfriend, that boyfriend is aaron rodgers. >> yeah that would be the reason i'm a packers fan. >> seth: that is the reason, right. >> that's a good assessment. >> seth: that is a good assessment. [ laughter ] i'm really good. well i'm a sports fan so i make these connections. >> good. >> seth: how are you -- you go to all the games in green bay. >> i go to all of the -- every home game i am there, and when there's an away game, that's when i leave to go do my work. >> seth: got you. so what kind of fan are you especially with the interest of having your boyfriend play? >> i think i'm a good fan. >> seth: okay. >> i'm screaming a lot and i think it's really important to scream. my acupuncturist told me energy follows thoughts. that was a very hollywood sentence. [ laughter ] >> seth: don't tell -- aaron, i think you should tell the whole locker room. i think that's a very good thing for them to know. >> that's a really good thing for everyone to know. hey, guys, i want to talk to you guys about what my acupuncturist said to me. really motivate them before the game. and then when the offense is out there it's really important to be very quiet. >> seth: okay.
let him do his thing. >> yes, because they need to be able to concentrate and talk. >> seth: see this is interesting because when i play madden on xbox, alexi is not quiet. [ laughter ] she should be quieter. i would love for you to talk to her. >> i'm going to talk to her about that for sure. >> seth: because it's really hard to focus when she's like rolling her eyes and sighing. >> she's not being a very good wife. >> seth: no. >> i'm so sorry about that. she should know to be quiet and let you play your video games. >> seth: thank you. >> like a big man. >> seth: i'm a lot like aaron. [ laughter ] so, the other thing, because i would be remiss if i don't bring this up. because it is one of my favorite things about you is your mother. and your mother is a little like a lot of moms. not great with technology. and she likes to google you. >> yes, my mom said something to me the other day. she's asian and she said, hey, you know, i was looking online, you know google makes so much money on aaron rodgers olivia munn stories. she thinks google's a website. like she doesn't think it's a search engine, she actually thinks it's a place that you go. like, "i went to google, so many stories, so many pages. i keep going. how they write so many stories on google all about you? they make so much money."
>> seth: she thinks one guy at google is writing like -- >> she thinks that the website, google -- >> seth: and so there's one from a minute ago, there's one from seven minutes ago. enough, google. relax. >> yeah. she thinks it's really amazing what they can do. >> seth: she reminds me of a scam artist. she's getting a lot of money out of you. >> oh 100%. >> seth: how's she getting -- how's your mom -- >> my mom, i bought her a house and the other day she says, hey, you know, the new house, i love it, but it's so noisy. window, very very old window. and johnny," my little brother who just got his master's in physics, he moved in there to study very quietly but he cannot sleep because cars outside. he can hear them with bad windows. so i think maybe get new windows, but too expensive. you know, so i think maybe, don't let hem sleep. it's okay. [ laughter ] just ask me if you want the money. how much does it cost, mom? $6,000. okay. fine, i'll give you that. $6,000 for new windows. a couple weeks later, hey, you know, windows, $4,000. new windows. i said, i just gave you $6,000.
well, back window. your front window were -- but back window, so cold. no insulation. i said okay, mom, i'll give you $4,000. i give her $4,000. she says, how much do you want to put toward window? the whole thing is the window. i just thought maybe you wanted to give to mommy. you remember, you want cheerleading uniform, it cost so much money. in eighth grade you want that. you remember that one time mommy stayed up all night make you halloween costume. anyway, how much for window? >> seth: yeah. but here's the great thing is when you go home, it's going to be the same window. >> it will be. like, this little asian lady played me. >> seth: yeah. she bought antique windows. that's what she's going to tell you. >> they're the same windows. she's always asking for money and she's not nice. >> seth: well she's got a very nice daughter. and it's lovely having you here. and congratulations on being a mother to your beautiful baby dog. >> oh my gosh. and thank you for helping me become a better parent. >> seth: of course. we just try to lead by example. olivia munn, everybody. "mortdecai" opens everywhere january 23rd. we'll be right back with mark and jay duplass. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> seth: welcome back, everyone. our next guests are brothers and filmmakers. see mark in the very funny sitcom "the league" and jay in the hit amazon show "transparent." they're also the creators, writers and directors of the new comedy "togetherness" airing sunday night on hbo. let's take a look. >> i think we've had enough of those. >> please, don't give me -- don't give me a vegan lecture. i don't want to hear about a food documentary. okay? let me just enjoy this right now. >> i'm just trying to help. this is tough love time. give me the [ bleep ] doughnut. >> you want the doughnut? >> yeah, i want the doughnut. >> all right. you can have it. >> thanks. >> you just did that right to my face. >> right in your face. >> seth: please welcome mark and jay duplass. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: welcome, you guys.
welcome. >> thank you. >> seth: i'm so glad you got the couch. >> that's part of being brothers. we make bets on everything. >> seth: you guys as you mentioned, as you just mentioned, you're brothers. you have been brothers the whole time you've been in show business. >> most of it. >> yeah. >> seth: do people perceive you differently do you feel like? because you're brothers? how are you perceived? >> i don't know. every now and then there's this weird thing that happens where we'll be in an interview or something. and someone will be like, "so, who drives when you guys are in the car?" and, like, "do you guys ever get mad at each other when someone takes the last bit of milk for the cereal?" [ laughter ] and we're like, "do they think we still live together?" [ laughter ] >> seriously. they have this vision that we're still sleeping in bunk beds and make each other bag lunches in the morning. >> we're bert and ernie. >> yeah. hollywood loves brothers and we don't do that much to dispel the myth. >> seth: that's good. have to keep that brand going. >> this is all we have going for us. [ laughter ] >> seth: that's good. did you know right away -- how
early on did you know you would collaborate? is that something you started doing at a young age? >> yeah. i mean we've been collaborating since mark was 3 years old i believe. it really kind of started when our parents brought the panasonic videocamera with the vtr. i would hold the camera and mark would hold the separate vtr. with the -- it was, like, 80 pounds. >> i still have neck issues from this. [ laughter ] >> he totally does. but our films were not prophetic of a good career. we were making terrible movies. >> seth: what were your early films? >> oh they were horrible. it was like, "the blob." we recreated "the blob" with our blue bean bag that we would send down the stairs. [ laughter ] >> seth: that's great. >> then there's the movie about the karate man who was 6 years old who is the master of the house. >> seth: got you. >> who was smoking and had a cigarette kicked out of his hand. [ laughter ] >> that was our first stunt. >> it was a killer stunt. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> seth: what were you guys watching? like, what your the shows that
inspired you or the movies that inspired you? >> something interesting happened for our age group, which was like in the early to mid '80s we started hearing rumors that cable was coming into the neighborhood. >> i remember. >> we just thought this, like, big steel cable was going to be piped in and dreams would happen. we realized that cable was "hbo." >> what we didn't know what was being piped in was boobs. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> boobs were being piped into our neighborhood. >> this was huge. 'cause "hbo" back then, they didn't curate. they didn't put the pg movies on at 3:00. so we would come home from school and were like, okay, let's watch this movie, "revenge of the nerds." okay great, we'll just watch this movie. >> then right after, "sophie's choice." [ laughter ] "ordinary people." "kramer versus kramer." >> we were watching hard hitting adult dramas while all our friends were watching "star wars" and i think it really shaped kind of who we were creatively for better for or worse. >> seth: did you -- i remember for the "hbo" thing you would flip through the guide and look for -- >> you mean the bible. >> seth: the bible --
>> that's what we call it. >> the little "hbo" guide. >> seth: and look for movies. they would tell you. they didn't realize they were doing it, giving the greatest gift to kids. they were telling you what films would have nudity. >> yes. >> so exciting. >> the critical letters you're looking for are an "n" or "sc." that came a little later, strong sexual content. [ laughter ] l >> but you don't want to be tricked by that "bn." >> brief nudity. >> that's that brief nudity. it's just like, however, that's where the vcr came into play because you could take a "bn" and extend it by pausing it very carefully and pressing frame by frame. [ laughter ] >> you can make a half a second "bn" last for -- >> like a month's worth. [ laughter ] >> seth: you're looking at brief nudity like the zapruder film. like very, very, slowly. >> absolutely. >> seth: there it is. it comes out right there. there it is. there, it's out of the blouse. it's out of the blouse. >> listen there is a long tradition of beautiful and wonderful nudity on "hbo" and jay and i were right there with our vcr's enjoying it. >> seth: and now you're continuing this tradition
because in "togetherness" which is great, we have nudity from you, both the "bn" and the full "n." >> we have some "bn," we have some full "n." >> we got "sc." [ laughter ] >> first season of the show we got "sc" ya'll. >> it's really happening. >> seth: do you guys have -- i think this is very progressive and very forward thinking. you is a rule in your film making on this show about the nudity. explain this to me. >> well basically, you know, when you do a show on "hbo", it's not whether you're going to get naked. it's how and when it's going to happen. >> seth: right. [ laughter ] >> and so we sort of -- we have something that we talk about as "ballsy quality." >> seth: got you. >> for every boob that shows up, there should be a testicle to go with it. >> seth: gotcha. [ cheers and applause ] >> because god knows all of america really wants to see my testicles. that's really what it's all about. >> seth: now, you guys have a great -- your film making style has always been sort of what's happening with normal people, normal things in their lives. that's how you got started. your first short film was the
perfect explanation of that. can you tell us about this? >> when we were in our 20s we wanted to be the coen brothers but we failed at that. and we ended up -- >> they're really good at being the coen brothers. >> they're very good. do not try to top them. >> so good. and i was pushing 30, i have to get out of this game. i was torturing myself and my family. and mark said, "forget it, we're making a movie today and he said come up with something." just the day before i tried to perfect the personal greeting of my answering machine. failed for an hour. had a nervous breakdown. >> that's an understatement, by the way. >> oh, it was horrible. >> seth: is this one of the things you would record it and you just weren't happy with it. >> i wasn't happy. once you get two or three in, you've gone way too deep. you've lost your mind. >> first one right, you're fine. but if you don't get it right by number two, it is a full-on emotional meltdown. and mark heard the story and he said, get the camera ready. i took our parents' home videocamera. he walked in the door. we had a $3 tape and we filmed one take and it went to sundance and it played next to a
$750,000 short film and everyone liked ours better and we were like, "oh, i guess people just want us to make fun of ourselves." >> seth: that's really great. and probably the downside was "and the best is we never have to give them money." [ laughter ] >> really what it comes down to, they're like, our movie was so good. if we give them $30, that's going to be ten times better. it's going to be incredible. [ laughter ] >> again, we did nothing to dispel that myth. >> seth: well i'm glad. and congratulations on the new show and congratulations on your other shows, your other films. it's great to finally meet you guys. i've been such a fan for a long time. give it up, everybody, for mark and jay duplass. "togetherness" airs sunday nights on "hbo." we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ >> carson: hey guys, welcome to "last call." carson daly here, coming to you from the world famous kroq studios in los angeles. tonight, speaking of music, coves are going to perform from the el rey. we've got standup comic andrew orvedahl taking the ice hous stage. but first, jack o'connell's the young actor starring in the new film directed by angelina jolie, and co-written by the coen brothers. pretty fine company to keep. it's called "unbroken," and for more, take a look at tonight's "last call" spotlight. ♪ >> australian summer trying to pretend to be in a japanese winter. never again. i mean, it's the things you can't foresee in a film shoot that really [ bleep ] get ya. i've never been good with people