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offense, number 78. five-yard penalty. and replay the try. >> al: sirles, the right tackle. >> cris: sirles moved first. may have been a little movement. but unless you cross that line, it doesn't matter. >> al: now, you have got the 7 yard line, they flex the tight end, rudolph, all the way to the left. three receivers to the right. bradford looks over the middle. where was that? ten feet high. not even close to keep it at 17-15. and obviously, they try an onside kick and if dallas recovers, that will be that. >> cris: let's see if sam bradford can get this in on the end of the play. a blow to the helmet, could have been called.
to the helmet of the quarterback. enough force we've seen those called. and sam bradford calling for it. tony corrente did not see it. it was to the shoulder pads. it was not. >> al: not at all. that was cedric thornton, getting away with it. corrente doesn't see the shoulder pad as we see. and they get away the it. >> cris: the arm on the shoulder pad blocked the arm on the face mask, from the view of corrente, back off of the quarterback's right. >> al: we know a lot of you joined us late. mike zimmer underwent emergency eye surgery. not here. has to be at home.
and onside kick will determine if this game will go on or not. and witten hasn't caught a ball tonight. but he makes the catch there. so, the streak will be over. but the dallas cowboys are going to be on their way to another win. i just want to quickly acknowledge graham tinker passing at the age of 90. he was instrumental of building nbc into a tremendous network during his tenure. a beloved man by everybody who worked for him and all of his our sympathies to the family. he was a special human being. >> cris: got a chance to meet him, thanks to you. it was great. >> al: he was something else. the dallas cowboys will get the weekend off. their next game is a week from sunday night, against the giants on "sunday night football."
the giants are 8-3. pittsburgh coming up on sunday, to try to keep pace with them. only loss this season for the cowboys was to the giants, by one point on opening day. so, find out about mike zimmer and minnesota's next game is a week from sunday. they two to jacksonville. whether mike can make it or not, we don't know. bradford trying to lead that comeback, comes up short. but coming up next, the volkswagen postgame po
welcome to "the folks volkswagen gulf alltrack game report." >> the minnesota vikings hold zeke elliott to less than 90 yards rushing since week two. and yet, the dallas cowboys emerge with their 11th-consecutive victory here on "thursday night football." winning a football game. a tight one, 17-15, here in minnesota. heather cox, moments ago, with dak prescott. >> you came into a hostile environment, on the road against a top two defense. what went right tonight? >> we stuck together. we played a great defense.
turnovers, some bad things happen. things didn't go our way. but we stayed together. >> 11-consecutive wins. and we talked yesterday. there's no stage too big. what's the key to you staying so composed and so confident during this run? >> my teammates and coaches. we have a great group of veterans that have been here that have done this. just keep us all under control, just allow us to go out and have fun. >> congratulations. let's go upstairs to al. a year that starts with tony romo in preseason. and opening-day loss to the giants. they're a team you can see it now. and they figure out different ways to win the game. and they certainly did tonight. >> let's say this. that was an ugly game tonight, for the dallas cowboys. they did it in an atypical fashion tonight because the time of possession, much more in favor of the minnesota vikings.
they found a way to win. and as much as anything tonight, they went on special teams. it was the big turnover down there, that led to the go ahead touchdown. special teams, a big difference all night tonight. >> the irony in that, was zimmer not able to coach. and priefer the interim head coach. the one special teams guy that works with everybody. and the thielen play, that was really close, was the play of the game, though. >> and sam bradford hung in this is an offense that is struggling to put something together. they did on occasion. and did it on the two-point conversion and get the penalty. and don't catch a break on the officials from the last one. >> dallas, 11-1. and minnesota at .500 after the great start. they are 6-6. we'll have more of the postgame report when we come back to minneapolis after this.
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robbers. this is a late edition of 7 news at 11:00. realtime closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning. tonight, a painful loss for patriots. >> rob gronkowski appears to go on the locker room. >> a huge hit, with gronk gone. >> adam: breaking news on gronk's injury and not good news. patriotance gronkowski family released any information about his injury saying he could miss the rest of the season. >>: undergo surgery tomorrow for ahearn crated disk. we have nightteam coverage of this key injury starting with joe amorosino in our newsroom. >> joe: hitting fans like a ton of bricks. ron gronkowski set for surgery and pats celts for an uphill battle to the super bowl. >> for gronkowski, to the 20... he can't reel it in.
with the patriots tight end set for surgery to repair a herniated disk friday in los angeles. >> you wonder if he irritated something. >> reporter: that is his back, now set for a third operation, since his college career, at arizona. one that may have ended his season. >> nope, we juan gronk out there every play of every game. that is not our reality. wave swrb to do and we >> reporter: speaking on his weekly radio appearance tom brady said he spoke with gronk and is wishing his tight end a speedy recovery. >> it is hard to see people that you care about go through injuries. he has gone through his fair share, and know the results that he had. and that will never change with him. he will be as determined as ever to get back and get better as soon as possible.
joint statement with the patriots which reads: we do not expect he will play for the remainder of the 2016 season. we will await the ruts of tomorrow's surgery before making a final determine nation. we are committed to assisting rob, with a recovery, and laforward to his return to playing football for new england. ouch. the team and gronkowski family seem realistic, grng gronk is having surgery and certainly is done for the year. >> adam: the patriots are looking forward, next man up for them. and in this case, martellus bennett, but the team knows the future could be tougher without tom brady's favorite far get. tim caputo continues our coverage live. >> tim: a huge blow for the offense and their super bowl aspirations but in the locker room, as they do, they were confident they will win with the players they have.
gronkowski has been the number one weapon the last six years, last sunday a seemingly innocent and incomplete pass knocked him out of the game and now out for the season. this means the next best tight end martellus bennett will play bigger role. he says he's focused on his job, no matter how big or small. >> i can only control what is going with my body. >> reporter: we spoke with the players before news of gronk's injury. playing shorthanded, they were without him the first two weeks, and without brady, too. and well on their way to another playoff, and players believe the offense will be as good as ever. >> we will go out every single week, next man up enmallity. a lot of weapons on these team. and we play well together, whoever is out there we will play with whoever it is. >> next man up mentality has
expect to it change now. >> i have been doing the same thing all year. my job is my job mp mentally tough and whatever it is, do your best in the week, to get yourself as ready to go as you can for sunday. >> joe: the two phrases we have heard over the years is do your job and next man up. those two things are now more important than ever. latest live from gel it stadium in foxboro. >> kim: the more serious gronk has faced in his career. what is involved in this back surgery to make the repair. amaka ubaka is here what look at how doctors will approach this surgery. >> reporter: this will be his third surgery for this kind of injury and doctors say how long the recovery will take depends on which disk was ruptured in his back and where. >> this is what ahearn crated disk looks like.
of surgery and what is a common injury for the average person could be much worse for a star athlete. >> a professional football player, athlete, the pain associated with it can inhibit function and playing on the field. any time someone is hit you worry about it. >> reporter: this doctor is chief of spine surgery at new england baptist hospital where larry bird was treat preponderanced he says when a disk comes out and hits the spinal canal. >> like cooked crab or lobster meat. has a rubbery consistency. the spinal canal is small and you pack in that material and you put appreciate on the nerve. >> reporter: doctors pluck out the material to take pressure off the nerve and stop the pain. this would be gronk's third back surgery. continues a in the clear if he respectured a new disk or one
about the doctor says before he gets back on the field he should have no pain and full range of motion in his lower back and legs. >> don't come back too soon. let yourself heal and get properly rehabbed and get roar strengths back and your condition back. >> reporter: doctors says it will take three-to-four months to recover and there is nothing do to speed up the process, getting plenty of rest and physical therapy. >> adam: the latest in a string of blows for gronk from his knee to his chest and his back, he has had to work hard to get back other field. trey daerr is live in foxboro tonight. >> trey: rob gronkowski is likely to go down as greatest to ever play his position. the question mark lies in his health pm he missed 21 games regular or post-season in his
>> the only thing rivalling his talent is a medical history. both are downright scary. >> he was hit and he's injured. >> reporter: his 2015 season looked doomed in denver but his knee injury cost him one game. easy to fear the worst considering what happened in 2013 against the browns. tight end suffering and mcl and concussion from this hit. and pats fell in the afc championship game. and in 2012, he broke his forearm and blocking out an extra points against the colts and reinjured it in plateoffs against the texans. and a year before, he suffered a high ankle sprain in the afc championship game and suited up for the super bowl and looked like a shell of himself, in as will to the giants.
maybe how this will affect his statisticous patriots. again, no denying his talents but a question of whether or not he can stay healthy for the rest of his career. trey daerr, 7 news nightteam. >> adam: when the patriots give an update tomorrow you can find out first on whdh.com and the 7 news phone and tablet app. >> kim: a developing story in lawrence. a blue some discovery near the merrimack river. police find a decapitated john cuoco is live there with what we know tonight. >> john: the d.a.'s office also says police have recovered the head of this person but they can't i.d. what it is until an autopsy is done tomorrow. police carrying bags of evidence from a gruesome scene on the banks of the merrimack river in lawrence. authorities say at around 2:45 on thursday afternoon a woman
coming across a body on the river. just off mccabe court. the body had been decapitated and police recovered the head. and sky-7 hd was over the area as investigators searched. the d.a.'s office says this is a man's bed and foul play is suspected. they will release more information once the medical examiner officially i.d.'s the body. lawrence police believe this is an for now the investigation continues into who this person is and how they ended up here on the merrimack river. lawrence police do in the believe there is no i danger to the community but again, foul play is suspected here. we are live in lawrence, john cuoco, 7 news nightteam. >> kim: breaking news from the trump transition, president-elect has chosen retired general general as secretary of defense.
night mr. trump start std nation wide thank you tour, celebrating that he will keep hundreds of jobs in our country. ryan schulteis is here with more. >> ryan: called in a thank you tour but it looks like a rally from the trump campaign and he talked to supporters he took aim again at hillary clinton and made news about his cabinet. i'm here today for one main reason. to say thank you to ohio. thank you. >> ryan: president-elect trump celebrating, but he couldn't move beyond the campaign. >> we did have a lot of fun fighting hillary, didn't we? he also stoked the crowd by attacking the media say nothing one thought he could win. >> there is no way that donald trump can break the blue wall. right?
mr. trump then stunned the crowd and announced his pick for secretary of defense. >> we are going to apoints maddog maddux as our secretary of defense. earlier in the day he started his thank you tour in indiana. he announced a deal to keep carrier air conditioning jobs in the u.s., getting $7 million in state tax breaks over ten years. 600 jobs will move to mexico. the good will that you engendered by doing this all over the world, and within our country, you watch you on fast you will make it up. because so many people will buy carrier air conditioners. >> ryan: the formal a hounsment of defense secretary will be made sometime next week. in the control room, ryan schulteis. >> adam: a post-election forum
stage.we are live at harvard. alex? >> reporter: harvard sponsored these forum ns after every election, and gives those involved in the campaign an opportunity to discuss the campaign and we found out tonight tensions between the clinton and trump camps are still very high. here at the harvard-j.f.k. school of government tensions are high between clint kellyann conway. >> the plot form they gave to white nationalists... a very important moment in our history of our country. and i think as his presidency goes forward i will be glad to have been part of the campaign. >> you think that i excuse me, she said white supremacists. do you think i ran a campaign where they had a platform, you
>> its did! >> reporter: they hashed out the election. >> the road to popular vote anywhere. >> i premised my statement by saying that. >> hey guys, we won. seriously? >> reporter: at one point she said she didn't need to respond think more because donald trump won the election. 7 news nightteam. up next tonight a robber on the run. >> adam: a clerk comes face-to-face what shotgun wielding robber. the tramatic-- dramatic video
left helpless as two men wearing masks come into the shop. >> adam: one had shot begun and put it right up to the worker's face. bran ran has the story live. >> reporter: after of the two men robbed this liquor store they think they were planning on robbing another store, until they were spotted. but police are hoping that one was wearing will help people recognize them. in this surveillance video you can see the two armed robbers, one wearing a into a liquor store with guns drawn. the man goes to the register to demand cash and the other suspect waving around a sawed shotgun pushed him back. >> i never saw anything like this here. >> reporter: it happened on wednesday night, the liquor store on concord street in lowell and no employees were hurt but the robbers got away
too many drugs. >> reporter: another clerk saw toe men dressed in black by a dumpster and he ran inside and called police. investigators believe it is the same two suspects. the men who run the store are good people who don't serve this. >> these are my friends. we have known them for a long time. ridiculous. >> reporter: if you know anything you are asked to call police. live >> kim: from the nightteam, part of boston's winter wonderland, puts on ice. the city hall plaza transformation will open tomorrow and one portion will be closed, the ice rink, won't open until saturday because of our warmer temperatures. i guess it is not like the frog pond where the mayor worked so hard to get it refrigerated. it will be there, and how much fun having everyone come to the
>> adam: too warm to keep the ice or whatever, right? >> jeremy: norwood at 58 today and low 40s now. city at 43. bed for the at 40. norwood is 42. unlike last december, which was really warm, within the top five warmest decembers for boston. this december will be more normal including temperatures and snow. they got off to slow starts but i think we'll have more snow and cold this winter. northwesterly wind between 1015 miles per hour. and there is another cold front up across southern canada. and this will come through tomorrow night at this time. and it will not come through southern new england with another round of heavy rain but what it will do is reenforce the
but it will knock the 50-degree weather out to sea. after tomorrow, one more mild day tomorrow. for tonight, wind stays away a few clouds. cool, temperatures between there 4 and 40 degrees and morning commute tomorrow will be noticeablebly cooler. temperatures this morning in the 50s and tomorrow morning in the 30s. and through the day tomorrow, a nice one. mix of clouds and sunshine. breezy. the numbers tomorrow cooler than today. boston 51, and dartmouth normal high is 46. merrimack valley and seacoast near 50 and to the worcester hills, monadnock region, 50s. and breezy in the cape, sunshine and 54. sneak can through with a few clouds and on to the weekend. high pressure builds, with sunshine both saturday and again on sunday. and it will be a little on the chilly side.
in the low 40s. on sunday will feature lots of sunshine and temperatures on sunday in the low 40s. patriots game mostly sunny skies and temperatures at kickoff around 40. 7 on 7 forecast, looking down the road, hoding on to the chilly conditions to next week. could be a couple of isolated fln flurries on monday morning. have a good night. >> kim: >> kim: you too, jr. >> adam: we will talk about gronkowski in sports but bruins had a spectacular >> joe: they were done 1-0 with 31 seconds to go before the comeback, and back to gronk right now and what he is going through. the team will need a replacement. someone to step up. martellus bennett will get a whole lot of attention when he takes the field. we'll hear what he has to say about the added pressure next in
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college days. and as we have seen before the patriots and gronkowski family are tackling the issue together. rob has always been one of our hardest workers and voted kaiptd for his leadership he provided on our team. we are deeply saddened any time a player is lost to injury. we are chitted to assisting him throughout his recovery and look forward to his return to playing for the new england patriots. martellus bennett is his fellow tight end says he is not added pressure on himself with gronk on the shelf. >> i have to make sure i'm ready to play. i can only control what is going on with my body. cut my grass before i cut someone else's. >> we have a lot of good players on our team, to fill the void. a big void for a spectacular player like gronk. we will need to reach a higher level as individuals so weekend
the field in foxboro. the patriots quarterback missing yesterday's practice with a knee issue that has been ailing him. jewel and edelman returning after an absence yesterday. the bruins held scoreless until 31 tonight against carolina but wow did they come to life. scoring, forcing ot, and shootout and winning. the bruins down 1-0 under a minute to go. tory cruz, a one, and the rebound to tie it at 1. watch david pastrnak coming down and slipping one past ward. what a move with the bruins with a 2-1 lead. former hurricane does the rest, standing tall. to give the bruins a 2-1 win. their first win in a game not started by tuukka rask. and celtics back at the garden tomorrow night trying to get
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>> adam: before we go we wanted to tell you about julian edelman. out in los angeles, to celebrate the birth of his baby. with a supermodel, who was a girlfriend, not any more. but he was there to support the baby. she is 8 and a half pounds and she's healthy. and julian's meem states talked t number 11. >> we are very happy for him. he will be great. any good children's books to recommend? >> i gave him hey aj saturday, there are a ton of awesome books out there. >> adam: lily born as a healthy 8 pounds and 5 ounces. and we are waiting for the picture. >> kim: it's early.
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that's my stop & shop. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- jeffrey dean morgan. musical guest, kacey musgraves. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 582 pennsylvania! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ?
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, hey everyone! welcome! thank you very much! thank you very much. hot crowd. hot crowd tonight. welcome! welcome, everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show." this is it. you're here. that's the show. [ cheers and applause ] "the tonight show." this is it. thank you for being here. here's what everybody's talking about. of course, the holiday season is in full swing, and i saw that macy's has hired over 80,000 seasonal employees. yeah. so, good news, the busiest shopping time of the year is being run by people who have had exactly one day of training. [ laughter and applause ] so, that's good. "so you -- you want the wrapping on the outside of the box? [ laughter ]
just doing my job." [ laughter ] actually, american businesses added a total of 216,000 jobs over the last month, as stores hire workers for the holidays. and this is nice, i heard that mall santas are now able to have their checks direct deposited right to the liquor store. [ cheers and applause ] isn't that nice? isn't that sweet? it's a nice -- it's a sweet thing for the holidays. of course, rockefeller center is jammed with people here to see the christmas tree. [ cheers and applause ] if you go outside, you hear the festive sounds of jingle bells, holiday music, and every parent yelling, "stay with me! [ laughter and applause ] "stay with me, don't -- no, i can't carry you. i don't -- i don't know if they have a bathroom. does anthropologie have a a bathroom? i don't know. i'll just buy a dish towel." [ laughter ] get to some news here, i saw that donald trump is considering sarah palin to be his secretary of veterans'
yeah. palin says she's great at helping veterans, and john mccain was like, "wrong." [ cheers and applause ] yesterday, jill stein officially requested a hand recount of 4.8 million ballots in michigan. but donald trump says he's going to fight it, by shouting out other numbers while they're trying to count. [ laughter ] "70. 19. start back at 1." this is interesting, i heard that a new study found that celebrity endorsements actually tend to put off customers and hurt sales. >> tariq: that's right, jimmy. that's why i don't endorse anything. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: good for you. good for you, tariq. >> tariq: i won't sell out to "the man." you can't buy me, jimbo. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: uh, okay. >> tariq: that's right. you can't buy me, but you can
[ cheers and applause ] the tariqi torch personal grill. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> tariq: it's like the george foreman grill, except it doesn't let all the grease slide out where it's wasted. 'cause grease is the word, you heard? here, let me demonstrate. >> jimmy: no, tariq, i'm sorry. wait a second. i'm so, so sorry here, but what are you doing? >> tariq: not now, jimmy. see, the tariqi torch personal grill keeps all the fat trapped right on top of your hot meats. that means more flavor for you to savor. it makes grilling easy, peasy, and greasy. take it from me, tareezy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tareezy? >> tariq: that's right, jeezy. >> jimmy: all right. well, can i at least get one of those burgers? >> tariq: no. this thing takes about three hours to heat up. this is -- this is just prop meat.
>> jimmy: prop meat? give it up for tareezy, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ? you did something different. yeah. hey, guys, of course football season is in full swing and i saw that the nfl has been trying new ways to make watching football more fun. yeah. and i don't know if you've noticed this, but the referee calls are now all auto-tuned. [ laughter ] i think it's pretty catchy. take a look at this. ? offense number eight five yard penalty third down ? ? off sides defense number 95 ? ? holding number 64 that penalty's declined rushing the passer number 94 ? ? defense that penalty's accepted 15 yards first down ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: first down. first down. oh, i thought this was pretty cute. michael phelps shared a video where he gives his six-month-old baby his first swim lesson.
seems to have his dad's focus. take a look at this photo here. look at this baby. [ laughter and applause ] check this out. i saw that play-doh has a new app that lets kids 3d scan their creations, and show them on their ipad. while kids said, "hey, if i have an ipad, why would i be wasting my time with play-doh?" [ laughter and applause ] it's an ipad. somes the fda just released a a statement saying that secondhand smoke from cigarettes can be harmful to pets, just like it is to people. you'll know when you smoke too much, when your parrot is like, "polly wants you to crack a a window." [ laughter and applause ] "and where's paul with the damn crackers?" and finally, this is one of those videos we saw online that just really made us laugh. it's these two italian grandparents that are facetiming with their granddaughter. and she's walking to the library -- home from the
i guess she was walking alone and her grandparents were not happy about this. but check this out. >> what's the matter? >> my god, gaby, what are you, crazy? new york to new jersey my ass. >> see, you got grandma upset. >> what did i do? >> oh, my god. she's gone -- see, that's the library. >> where? >> that's the library. >> listen. >> the library. >> why don't you walk with somebody? >> she's frozen! oh no, she's not. oh yes, she is. >> she's in the library. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: she's at the liberry! we have a great show tonight, you guys. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ? ? [ cheers and applause ]
welcome, welcome. it's been a great week so far. and there's more ahead. tomorrow night, our pal chelsea handler will be here. [ cheers ] john legend. john legend will be here. [ cheers and applause ] and we're all going to play a a game of "charades", so be sure to tune in for that, and of course "thank you notes." so it's going to be a good show tomorrow night. [ cheers and applause ] tune in. but first, we have a big show tonight. she's getting tons of award buzz for her fantastic performance in the new movie, "la la land." it's a musical. in this picture. man, oh man. emma stone is here. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: just amazing. just -- i can't wait to -- to talk to her. later in the show, emma and i are going to play a singing edition of "the whisper challenge." >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: plus from the "walking dead," jeffrey dean morgan is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] people love "walking dead." oh, and we have great, great,
look at this. [ cheers and applause ] "a very kacey christmas." nice green vinyl. >> steve: green vinyl. >> jimmy: oh la la, green vinyl. ho, ho, ho. >> steve: ? green vinyl ? >> jimmy: guys, it is time for "tonight show" hashtags. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ? ? hashtags hashtags ? ? >> jimmy: now this is a -- this is a game that we play on twitter, where i send out the topic, and you send in the tweets. season, and soon people will be having their office christmas parties, i went on twitter and sent out a hashtag called #officepartyfail. [ light laughter ] we got a ton of great ones, so now i'd like to share my favorite office party fail tweets from you guys. here we go. this first one's from @barneys5. she says, "a coworker was so drunk, our boss had to get her out. we put her in a cab. she got out at the next street and came back." >> steve: yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: party's not over.
>> steve: [ vomiting sound ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: [ slurring ] back with a vengeance. in 3d. this one's from @garvey1977. he says, "i woke up with a a bruised knee and flashbacks of performing the worm in front of all the company executives." [ laughter and applause ] i think i did the worm. i think i did the worm last night. >> steve: at least i hope i [ laughter ] ? >> jimmy: oh, you did the worm all right. [ laughter ] ? this is -- >> steve: worm. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: this one's from @abbotlucas. he says, "my coworker mooned the camera in the party photo booth, not realizing all the photos would be put on facebook
hey, who's the bald guy? who's the bald twins that work here? i don't know. [ laughter ] this one's from @cagirlinadcworld. >> steve: cagirlinadcworld. >> jimmy: she says, "i had never been to a sushi restaurant. i was eating edamame and realized that i was eating the ones people had already chewed." [ audience ohs ] >> steve: nice! [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: ew! >> jimmy: ew! ew, that's so gross! ha [ laughter ] tastes like saliva! [ laughter ] i can't believe you did the worm last night! [ laughter ] this one's from @kdubs117. she says, "our christmas bonus was a $25 gift card to the place we worked." [ audience oohs ] >> steve: the company store.
this one's from @everyonesayimboss. he says, "wore a red shirt and black tie to our christmas dinner party. turns out, so did the wait staff." >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: at least you leave him a tip. [ applause ] [ light laughter ] "i can't believe i did the worm last night." this last one's from @soytodobueno. he says, "we had a pinata. instead of candy, we filled it with mini-bottles of booze. alcohol and glass flew everywhere." that's a nightmare. there you have it. those are our "tonight show hashtag." to check out more of our favorites, go to tonightshow.com/hashtags. we'll be right back with emma stone! [ cheers and applause ] ?
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you must see this film. she's so great. everyone's great. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the lovely and talented emma stone! ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, welcome back. you look gorgeous. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you so much for being here. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: and i want to get into the movie so we can talk about this, because i'm just flipping out about it. it looks so great. i saw it the other night, and it's -- like, it's just unbelievable. >> aw. >> jimmy: so, just -- i can't even -- no words. anyway, i have to say words. >> thank you. >> jimmy: yeah. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you're hosting "saturday night live" for the third time this weekend. >> yes. >> jimmy: that's the best. >> yes. >> jimmy: i love that you're back. >> it's so fun. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and it's been five years
really exciting to be back. >> jimmy: the last time i saw you was at the "saturday night live" 40th. >> yes. >> jimmy: which was unbelievable. >> actually insane. >> jimmy: that whole day that you said was crazy because you were also doing "chicago"? >> "cabaret." >> jimmy: "cabaret." >> i was doing "cabaret." >> jimmy: sorry. >> i mean, kind of, like, same era. >> jimmy: starts with a "c." >> it starts with a "c," same era. [ laughter ] it was my last day of "cabaret," and the so the matinee -- then they, like, took me out of sally bowles and put me in, kind of, roseanne roseannadanna. >> jimmy: oh, i remember tha 40th. >> jimmy: there's a picture of you and tina and amy and jane curtin. >> mm-hmm. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there you go. i mean, come on, dude. dude how fun -- i mean, and you were amazing in that. i go, "oh, how fun." no, you were. it was so good. >> no, it was just nice to do a a tribute to her, but i would not say that i have a very good roseanne roseannadanna impression. >> jimmy: yes, you do. >> but, it was such an insane day because i was, like, just ending the play and then being there and looking around, and they were -- it was, like, everywhere you looked, there were people that you had never seen in person
before. >> jimmy: yes. >> and then, you know, we wound up at that party. >> jimmy: right. >> you were at that party. you know. >> jimmy: yeah, i was -- >> you hosted that party. >> jimmy: was i there? >> yeah, you were there. i'm pretty sure you were there. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm pretty sure i was. >> were you? >> jimmy: was i there? the after party will go down in history as the most legendry after party ever. >> it was total insantiy. >> jimmy: i couldn't believe it. i just -- dan aykrod and jim belushi was there, and paul mccartney. they were calling me onstage, and they would go, "jimmy fallon, come up here and host this and run this." >> so, and you did. >> jimmy: and i was, like -- they just -- we just -- >> you did it so well. >> jimmy: no, no. dude, it went -- it got insane. >> it got insane. i was dancing, and i stepped on a piece of glass, and i didn't know it. and so then, i just kind of was, like, "oh." and looked, and my heel was, like -- i mean, my foot was bleeding everywhere. and i sat down, and i was like, "what do we do?" and someone took a knife, pulled the glass out of my foot. and then, someone went, "do you want to come on stage with prince?" and i was like, "yup!" [ laughter ] and they just took me a minute
weird. i was like -- with a bleeding foot. >> jimmy: what a day for you, yeah. >> it was a crazy day. >> jimmy: that was wild. >> it was all one day. >> jimmy: you -- i know you love "saturday night live" because growing up -- did you ever -- you never auditioned, right, for "saturday night live"? >> i didn't -- no. i did not audition for snl. >> jimmy: no. >> but i did, when i was 12, i auditioned for "all that." do you know "all that?" >> jimmy: of course i know "all that." [ cheers and applause ] >> it was no big deal. >> jimmy: no big deal. >> no, it wasn't a big deal. >> jimmy: really, wait. you auditioned for "all that?" >> i went to an open call for "all that." we drove out from arizona, and i auditioned for "all that" when i was 12 yearol >> jimmy: and what did you have to do? >> well, it was -- i guess it was sort of like like snl, except for i didn't know that you had to have characters. so, i thought they were going to give us sketches. and then, like, five minutes before i went not room, they said, "you need to have three characters when you come in the room." so, i was like, "okay." and then, i made up a couple of characters. >> jimmy: do you remember any of the characters that you -- >> i remember that one was a a cheerleader that couldn't spell what she was cheering. [ light laughter ] so i was like, "be aggressive,
and then, and then there was another one that was actually pretty nuts that was a baby sitter who is possessed. [ light laughter ] so as she's reading books to the kids, she's like, "and then goldilocks and the" -- [ demonic voice ] "three bears" -- [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: now, come on! >> i was just like -- >> jimmy: that's fantastic! [ girly voice ] >> "sorry about that. sorry about that." and then, i would keep reading. i would keep reading the book. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> so it was a pretty special experience. >> jimmy: but you did not -- you didn't get that, but -- >> i did not get that. didn't get -- >> it's shocking, right? it's shocking. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, you shouldn't with that. come on. but, i'm happy because where you ended up is just so great, and gosh, you're fantastic. >> oh, man. >> jimmy: and you know what. we love you here. but man, oh man, oh man, oh man, "la la land" was just a a home run, dude. >> aw. >> jimmy: you hit -- you knocked the cover off the ball. it is unbelievable, and i don't want to spoil anything for anybody because it's just so different and fun. and who's the writer, the director? >> damien chazelle. >> jimmy: damien chazelle? this guy?
>> jimmy: holy mackerel. >> he's incredible. >> jimmy: i just loved every second of it. you were so good. it reminded me, too, because you're a struggling actress in the movie, and ryan gosling is a struggling jazz musician. >> yes. >> jimmy: that's all i can really say, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i don't want to spoil it. but it was probably back to auditioning and having to drive and go to auditions, and you have to try to dress for the part and not getting it, and whew. >> i know. >> jimmy: but in the kind of romantic way, i was like, "i remember those crazy times. just terrible right now.'" >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but it makes you just go, "i appreciate it." and i remembered all -- i remembered not having clothes. >> yeah. >> jimmy: like, i have, like, two outfits. i mean, i had no money. so i would go, and somebody would say, "that's what you think a bike messenger looks like?" and i would go, "no, this is my only outfit. i have, like, two" -- [ laughter ] >> yes. that's the thing is a lot of time you have to dress up like the character, like, do your own costumes for the character so you have to own all these pieces of clothing to look like the people. >> jimmy: yeah, i would just to borrow from my roommate. i'm like, "do you have a a leather jacket? i have to be a bike gang member." >> "do you have some scrubs?"
>> jimmy: scrubs, yeah. >> "you have scrubs, right?" >> jimmy: yeah, with my roommate -- hopefully you have a doctor as a roommate. but man, oh man, you -- the dancing in this. >> oh. >> jimmy: you dance, you sing, you act. you're so charming. you are unbelievable in this movie. >> thanks. >> jimmy: i loved it so much. >> thanks, jimmy. >> jimmy: i know, i know. i'm freaking out. >> gee. >> jimmy: i'm gushing. [ cheers and applause ] but man, oh man, you are going to love this film. >> aw. >> jimmy: it is so fun. >> aw. >> jimmy: and just moving, and it makes you laugh. it makes you cry. and you guys have the best chemistry. and it's so different than anything i've er and this is what you get when you put the work in. you put so much work, and you can tell everybody worked so hard on this. congrats on this one, man. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: wow, i'm, like, blown away. [ cheers and applause ] i want to show a clip. >> that is so awesome. thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it is just great, buddy. i have a clip, but this is not a singing scene because i didn't want to show any singing. >> yeah, no. you don't want to ruin anything. >> jimmy: i don't want to ruin that part. no, of course. but, when you see it, you're going to love it. but, here's a clip. this is you chatting with ryan gosling at a club. this is "la la land." take a look.
come on! for what? >> for a tv show, the one i was telling you about earlier. >> "the dangerous minds of ucoc?" >> yeah. >> congratulations! that's incredible. >> it's really exciting. i feel like i said negative stuff about it before. >> what? >> it's like "rebel without a cause," sort of. >> "i got the bullets!" >> yes. >> you've never seen it. >> i've never seen it. >> oh, my. you know, it's playing at the rialto. >> really? >> yes, you should -- i mean, i'll go -- i can take you. >> okay. >> you know, for research. >> for research. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> okay. um, monday night, 10:00. >> yeah, great. >> okay. >> for research. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] man, oh man. emma stone right now, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] emma stone and i are playing a a singing edition of "the whisper challenge" when we come back. stick around, everybody. it's going to be good. >> what? >> jimmy: you ready for it? [ cheers and applause ]
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? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we are hanging out with emma stone right here! [ cheers and applause ] emma stone. emma and i are about to play a a singing version of "the whisper challenge." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] >> whisper challenge. >> jimmy: now, here's how the game works. one person puts these headphones on. they're sound -- you can play this game at home. soundproof headphones, we're going to have loud music playing, i'm going to start it now. all right. now, the other person's going to pick up a card, i'm going to sing the song lyrics on the card and the person wearing the headphones tries to guess what they just sang. could be lyrics or the name of the song. >> wow. >> jimmy: all right, here you go. i'm going to sing you the song lyrics first. here's the card. can you hear me? can you hear me? can you hear me?
okay. ? born down in a dead man's town the first kick i took was when i hit the ground ? [ light laughter ] ready? >> whatever -- am i too loud? >> jimmy: you're yelling, yeah. >> whatever you're doing looks inappropriate. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what are you talking? >> there's no way you're doing it on the show. go again. [ light laughter ] do it again. ? born down in a dead man's town the first kick i took was when i hit the ground ? >> the ground? >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> the ground. something in the ground? the what -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: born in the usa. >> raised in the ground?
? born down in a dead man's town the first kick i took was when i hit the ground ? >> get in the ground. >> jimmy: kicking in the ground is not a song. [ light laughter ] all right, ready? ready? refresh. refresh. ready? ? born in the usa i was born in the usa ? [ cheers and applause ] >> what? [ laughter ] i am -- i don't understand. [ laughter ] ? born ? [ light laughter ] >> horn. >> jimmy: born >> hork. >> jimmy: born. [ laughter and applause ] born. >> boar. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: born. >> first. first? >> jimmy: first. >> word? >> jimmy: first. >> word. >> jimmy: born. >> boy. >> jimmy: born. >> boy. >> jimmy: born. >> boy. >> jimmy: no, born. [ laughter ] baby.
>> jimmy: born. >> boy. >> jimmy: born. [ laughter ] >> boy. >> jimmy: born. ? born in the usa i was ? >> "born in the usa." >> jimmy: yes, that's it! >> oh, my god. ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was my fault. that was my fault. i screwed up. i'm sorry. with the beginning and i should have just went right to born in the usa. >> "born in the usa." >> jimmy: why would i do the beginning part? oh, my gosh. >> it looked like pork in the desert. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, pork in the desert. that's a different -- that's a a hit song, by the way. >> pork in the desert. >> jimmy: pork in the desert. >> oh, my god. this is very difficult. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's put that -- here you go. >> it's so funny. >> jimmy: pork in the desert. >> it's genuinely so funny. i wish you guys could be in my head for that. >> jimmy: no, you can't hear, but they're having fun. >> god, it's funny. >> jimmy: all right, here we go. you pick that and i'm not gonna look. >> all right, okay. >> jimmy: wow, that's loud.
>> jimmy: blah blah. [ light laughter ] oh, hey. [ light laughter ] ? hit me baby one more time ? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: let -- eat? eat? ? hit me baby one more time ? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: what you're saying is inappropriate. [ laughter ] eat something? >> it kind of actually is inappropriate. okay. ? hit me baby one more time ? eat me, mama. [ laughter ] one more time. hit me baby one more time! [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, you're so good at it. ? you're so good at it. >> jimmy: when you see it, you'll see what it looked like you were saying. >> honestly -- >> jimmy: i thought it was britney. [ light laughter ] oh, man. oh man, oh man, oh man. >> okay, ready? >> jimmy: uh-huh. [ laughter ]
blue christmas without you ? ? i'll be so blue thinking about you ? >> about you. about you. what? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: let's do it again. all right? ? i'll have a ? [ laughter ] ? i'll have a ? >> going to scarborough fair. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'll do a different voice. i'm sorry. ? i'll have a blue christmas ? >> i'll have a blue -- christmas without you! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: i was trying to do elvis, and it was awful, so i had to do a different voice. maybe cut through the speakers there. all right, here we go. do we have time?
>> okay. >> jimmy: there she goes. >> even if it doesn't make it, you know? okay, ready? [ laughter ] ? i like big butts and i cannot lie ? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i said -- i said baby. >> i like big butts and i cannot lie. >> jimmy: not like that. [ light laughter ] baby, i'm not like that. [ light laughter ] ? i said baby i'm not like that ? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i said, yes. no. >> okay. >> jimmy: so, start -- >> ready? >> jimmy: yeah. ? i like big butts and i cannot lie ? >> jimmy: yeah, baby. bust it? yeah baby, bust it. [ laughter ] >> i like -- >> jimmy: i like me -- >> butts. >> jimmy: i like big butts and i cannot lie! sir mix-a-lot. [ cheers and applause ] oh, my gosh. you're unbelievable. emma stone, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] "la la land" opens in select theaters next friday and
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? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest was recently nominated for a a critic's choice award for his role as the terrifying villain negan in the hit amc show, the walking -- i know. [ cheers ] "the walking dead," which airs sundays at 9:00 p.m. ? [ cheers and applause ] ? [ cheers and applause ]
the show. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: i want to get into this role, because man oh man. >> yeah, negan. >> jimmy: you are in a lot of trouble. [ cheers ] yeah, this is big. but why is negan bringing me candy? this is so -- this is very cool of you. that's so nice. >> negan is a co-owner in a a candy store up in rhinebeck, new york. samuel's sweets. >> jimmy: wait a second, samuel's sweets. >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you own this with paul -- >> with paul. >> jimmy: paul rudd? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i've heard about this. >> yeah, yeah. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: no, wait. wait. how do you own a candy shop? that's the coolest thing ever. paul and i have known each other for a while. he lives up near me, near rhinebeck. >> jimmy: i love rhinebeck. >> and we know the guy that started this store 25 years ago, a guy named ira gutner and he passed away suddenly. and we didn't want the store to be anything else than what it was, and so we decided to step in and buy the candy store, and that was, like, two and a half years ago now. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. >> jimmy: that's pretty cool that you would do that. >> it is cool.
>> paul and i have literally nothing to do with it other than eating the candy. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, how fun is that. you go in, like i own this candy shop. >> yeah, my kid loves it. >> jimmy: right? >> his kids loves it. yeah, we have another -- andy ostroy is also one of the owners and his kid loves it. so i mean the kids think it's fantastic. >> jimmy: what's the name again of the store? >> samuel's sweets. >> jimmy: samuel's sweets. is this right on main street? >> it sure is. >> jimmy: is there a cigar store in the corner? >> there is on the corner there. >> and a little french bistro there. >> jimmy: yeahek >> jimmy: i used to go there all the time with my parents. >> i just had dinner there the other night. >> jimmy: it's fantastic. >> beekman arms is awesome. it's where alexander hamilton and aaron burr apparently had their first like sit down kind of, spat. their first spat that led over -- >> jimmy: over dinner? >> yeah. >> jimmy: over a four course meal? >> george washington kind of hung out. my kid can tell you the whole history of beekman arms at seven. he's obsessed with it. >> jimmy: i love that town so much. >> yeah. >> jimmy: shout out to everybody there and village pizza. >> well, you're from saugerties.
time. >> jimmy: al, that's my man. al started in saugerties. >> yeah, and that's where you're from, right across the river. >> jimmy: yeah, please give al a hug for me. >> i will absolutely -- i'll be back there tonight, but the big parade, the christmas spectacular is saturday night. >> jimmy: oh, that's right. >> so i'm sure i'm driving the truck in it or something. >> jimmy: do you drive in the parade? >> oh yeah. >> jimmy: what kind of truck do you have? >> i have two trucks. i have a farm truck, a '74 ford and the three on the tree deal and then the parade truck, which is a newer f150 and the candy out. >> jimmy: yeah, that's what i have. i got the f150, yeah. >> what do you got a truck for? >> jimmy: i -- well. [ laughter ] >> i mean, we have trucks for specific reasons. >> jimmy: i got mine for when it's pumpkin season. >> see? [ laughter ] there's a reason. >> jimmy: put a couple pumpkins in the back. i can't put them in the car. >> that's awesome. no. [ light laughter ] and you got a big pumpkin and the deal. what are you gonna do -- >> jimmy: big pumpkin. ask me how big my truck is. >> how big's your truck? >> jimmy: big enough. [ laughter ] that's what you say to people, yeah.
pumpkin. >> jimmy: big enough, charlie bro. i got the f150, yeah. >> yeah, i got the same truck. >> jimmy: "tonight show" blue, i guess. >> nice. >> jimmy: custom color in michigan. yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: shout out to detroit. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> ford. >> jimmy: ford. >> hey, ford. >> jimmy: what a great truck. >> yeah, it's a great truck. >> jimmy: it's bigger than my first apartment. [ laughter ] biggest ever in my life. i love it. >> i'm a little obsessed with my truck too. >> jimmy: but you take it and you have a farm out there? >> i do. i have a farm. my wife and i bought a farm, like, five years ago now. and we have cattle and alpaca and a llama and chickens and, you know, ducks and whatever. >> jimmy: no way. >> yeah, way. >> jimmy: i love that you do that. that's so rad. >> it's super cool. >> jimmy: and are you like a a manly man? are you like a tough, like a -- >> i mean, that's what i tell people. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> i tell people i'm a manly man. >> jimmy: you have a farm and you do the hard work. >> yeah, if i'm there, then i do the hard work. the hardest work is getting up at 6:00 in the morning on a a winter day when it's negative 17 and feeding all these creatures.
was i thinking? i just want to sleep in. >> jimmy: take care of all those animals. it's fun. >> it's cool. and we have -- the cattle we have are highland cattle, which look like a cross between a a woolly mammoth and i guess a a cow. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> so imagine that. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, i do. i am imagining that. that's amazing. >> but we had our first baby in the spring and it was the coolest thing. >> jimmy: that would knock me out. >> and for my little boy to see that happen was -- it was spectacular. yeah, it was cool. >> jimmy: because you get that fun side of life. >> yeah, yeah, there's that. >> jimmy: with this baseball bat. [ cheers and applause ] >> sure. >> jimmy: and this is like -- everyone in the world was talking about negan and what you -- what you did. i mean -- >> he's a bad guy. >> jimmy: he just really went for it. >> but he does it with a sense of humor and a little bit of charisma. but yeah, there's something about him that certainly is kind of polarized a lot of folks. >> jimmy: some people just are so angry, right? >> some people are so angry. a lot of people are kind of oddly sexually attracted to
>> jimmy: sometimes both. >> a little bit of both. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> yeah, it's been a weird, a a weird mix, for sure. >> jimmy: and a lot of people watch the show. i mean, there's a broad range of viewers from young people. there's old fans too. >> there's a ton of folks, and from all ages, and when there's so many, i figure kind of everybody that's -- one out of 100 is going to be nuts of your fans. they're going to be a little bit bizarre, a little wonky. >> jimmy: there will be one out of 100. >> but when you're talking about 15 million people, there's a substantial amount of [ laughter ] and they all -- they figure out where i am. yeah. >> jimmy: they find you. >> yeah, they'll find you. >> jimmy: really. >> yeah. it's been interesting -- since the show aired, this has been really my first trip into the city since we've been -- since negan's been kind of introduced, and you know, people are running down the street when i'm in a car, coming to, like, say, here, with baseball bats, like truckloads of baseball bats, trying to get know sign them. and it's insane.
frightening as well. [ light laughter ] >> it's a little bit frightening. >> jimmy: well, i got to tell you, the reason why you get nominated for awards and stuff like that is because you play it with a sense of humor and it's also a craziness as well. >> thank you. >> jimmy: but man, oh man, you do such a great job. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: thank you for the candy. >> of course. >> jimmy: and best to the family. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're a good man. congratulations. >> thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: jeffery dean morgan, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] "the walking dead" airs sundays at 9:00 p.m. on amc. we'll be right back with a a performance from kacey musgraves. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ? what if a company that didn't make cars made plastics that make them lighter? the lubricants that improved fuel economy. even technology to make engines more efficient. what company does all this? exxonmobil, that's who.
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? we've been moving too fast and we should slow down come and sit by the fire stop rushing around ? ? cause this time of year it's meant for two so don't leave me lonely if i don't have you ? ? the holiday's just another day that's cold standing all alone under the mistletoe ? ? i don't feel the cheer ooh without you here there's no red and white stripes on a candy cane ? ? and silent night just wouldn't sound the same where'd the magic go ? ? all i know is me without you is like a present
? ? ? before we know the wreath will come down the halls won't be decked ? ? there'll be no snow on the ground and the new year will come and bring lots of change ? ? if i'm not with you sipping on champagne ? the holiday's just another day that's cold standing all alone under the mistletoe ? ? i don't feel the cheer ooh without you here there's no red and white stripes on a candy cane ? ? silent night just wouldn't sound the same where'd the magic go ? ? all i know is me without
without a bow ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? the holiday's just another day that's cold standing all alone under the mistletoe ? ? i don't feel the cheer ooh without you here there's no red and white stripes on a candy cane ? ? and silent night just wouldn't sound the same where'd the magic go ? ? all i know is me without you is like a present without a bow ? ?
? oh me without you is like a present without a bow ? ? ? oh me without you is like a present without a bow ? ? ? ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, thank you, thank you, thank you. kacey musgraves! [ cheers and applause ] catch her on "a very kacey christmas" tour now. we'll be right back, ladies and gentlemen.
? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to emma stone, jeffrey dean morgan, kacey musgraves once again! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] ? ? ? >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- casey affleck. star of "the librarians," rebecca romijn. from "snl," comedian
featuring the 8g band with atom willard. ? [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] good to hear. very good to hear. in that case let's get to the news. hillary clinton made her first appearance since the election last night and told the crowd "there had been a few times this past week when all i wanted to s good book or our dogs and never leave the house again." oh, sure, now you're relatable. [ laughter ] a&e has announced that they're canceling the controversial show "duck dynasty." on the bright side, we're getting at least four whole seasons of "dick dynasty." [ laughter ]
was seen today was seen using a selfie stick while posing with a group of house republicans. of course, right after using the selfie stick pence had to go to confession. [ laughter and applause ] the "harry potter" spinoff "fantastic beasts and where to find them" came out today. spoiler alert. they're in a gold tower. [ laughter and applause ] according to a new report, donald trump's transition team pentagon. apparently, they can't find that shape on the phone. [ laughter ] "i'm having no luck here. i've called triangle like 50 times. [ laughter ] they keep putting me through to square. square said he was circle." [ laughter ] nissan is now offering a limited edition version of its rogue suv to promote the new movie "star wars: rogue one" featuring a
complimentary helmet. [ laughter ] a team of researchers has developed a new form of construction glass that will keep birds from flying into closed windows, and i have to say it's pretty innovative. [ laughter ] as i mentioned, the house republican twitter account posted a selfie of vice president-elect mike pence with a room full of gop congressmen today with the caption "unified." take a look at this photo. wow. wow. that means it's time for eight jokes about mike pence's selfie. [ laughter ] here we go! [ cheers and applause ] let's get started. here's how white that photo is. they took it in a dark room without a flash. [ laughter ] the caption on the photo is "unified," but i think a better caption would be "spf 100." [ laughter ] you want to be even more creeped out? this is a video.
they put that picture on instagram and it got 20,000 yikes. [ laughter ] halfway there, guys. [ light laughter ] that picture is so white, it got picked up for two seasons on amazon prime. [ laughter ] look at this. it looks like the black friday line outside williams-sonoma. [ laughter ] that's the most white people in one photo since the duggar family christmas card. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, the cast and crew of "fra." [ laughter ] and finally, that was eight jokes about that photo. yeah, give it up. [ cheers and applause ] give it up. give it up for six of them. and finally, c-span has begun life-streaming footage of the elevators at trump tower. let's take a look. ? >> seth: we've got a great show for you tonight, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] he is the star of the new film
he's one of our favorites here. casey affleck is back on the show, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] she's one of the stars of tnt's "the librarians," rebecca romijn is joining us, everyone. [ cheers and applause ] and you know him from "snl." he's also got a new stand-up special on netflix. one of my favorites, guys. michael che is joining us tonight to talk about his special "michael che matters." before we get to all that, presidential transitions are delicate things and in the end, history remembers the presidency far more than the transition. but we're starting to get signals from trump takeover about how he'll govern. for more on this it's time for "a closer look." ? [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: now, no one expects any actual cabinet picks this early in the process, but reports about the inner workings of the transition have not been great. >> trump transition in turmoil. the president-elect's team plagued by infighting. >> some are describing it as chaos right now within donald trump's transition team.
this is not going smoothly. >> one trump adviser says it's like "game of thrones." >> seth: that's right. it's like "game of thrones." in other words, we are now way past the part that the original author had in mind. [ laughter and applause ] one of the most -- one of the first and most important responsibilities of a president-elect is to communicate with foreign heads of state, especially allies. but even just receiving incoming calls seems to be a difficult task for the trump team right now. reported, foreign leaders didn't know how to get in touch with trump and american allies were blindly dialing into trump tower to try to reach the soon to be leader of the free world. and knowing trump, he's probably charging them for the phone calls. >> are you looking to talk to the leader of the free world? [ laughter ] because he's dying to talk to you. [ laughter ] only $2.99 for the first minute and $1.99 each minute after that. call now. >> i'm donald trump, and i approve this message.
true story. the prime minister of australia, a close u.s. ally, was only able to get in touch with trump after the australian ambassador to the united states got trump's personal phone number from australian golfer and trump friend, greg norman. so u.s. diplomacy is currently being conducted through professional golfers. [ light laughter ] is this what you had in mind, disenfranchised working-class voters? [ laughter ] also, greg norman's nickname is the shark. so in order for the prime minister of australia to talk to say, "this sounds like a job for the shark." [ laughter ] now, trump has said he'll schedule meetings with foreign leaders soon, specifically theresa may, the prime minister of britain. arguably america's most important ally. but even those encounters might be awkward. british politician nigel farraj seen here with trump in what appears to be scrooge mcduck's panic room? [ light laughter ] joked on british radio recently that he might have to act as a chaperone at that meeting.
don't touch her, for goodness sake. [ laughing ] >> if he does, only in an affectionate way. >> well, if it comes to it, i could be there as a responsible adult, couldn't i? make sure everything's okay. >> seth: ha, ha, ha, ha. worry not, however. as i shall be on hand to prevent him taking hold of her shall we say, london underground. assault. [ laughter ] you can see the entire donald trump-theresa may meeting re-enacted in the critically acclaimed series "downton grabby." [ laughter ] now, trump has apparently already spoken with may and according to a leaked transcript reported by the "guardian" newspaper, trump told her, quote, "if you travel to the u.s. you should let me know." you think she's just going to pop over? [ light laughter ] she's the prime minister. she's not kramer.
[ laughter ] hello, governor! so what's trump doing instead of overseeing a smooth transition? well, there's this odd story from a reporter covering trump. the reporter said he saw a professional skateboarder, billy rowan, in the lobby of trump's building on wednesday. rowan said he met with trump earlier today and came away impressed. rowan claimed he told trump to spread peace by building skate parks around the world. he said trump was receptive to the idea. trump met with a skateboarder? did trump and his 10-year-old son barron freaky friday when we weren't looking? but the source of most of the turmoil inside the trump team seems to be infighting over positions and appointments and a slew of firings of people who were supposed to be running the transition team. new jersey governor chris christie was supposed to have been in charge, but he was pushed aside after the election by trump son-in-law jared kushner. which might have something to do with the fact that christie sent kushner's father to jail. >> jared kushner, donald trump's son-in-law, is said by sources to be rubbing trump allies the wrong way with a hand in purging
chris christie. back in 2004 christie, then a u.s. attorney in new jersey, prosecuted kushner's father charles, a billionaire real estate development. charles kushner was accused of illegal campaign contributions, tax evasion, and other violations. it became a shakespearean drama with charles kushner's own relatives including a sister turning against him. in a sordid revenge plot, charles kushner hired a prostitute to lure his sister's husband into having sex in a motel room. the encounter was taped and his sister. it didn't work. >> seth: seems like a chill guy. [ laughter ] also, christie's been angling for a job this whole time knowing he put trump's son-in-law's father in jail. what did he think was going to happen? i'll just kiss trump's ass and throw away all my remaining dignity, but it will all be worth it if his son-in-law forgets that incredibly traumatic time when i put his dad in jail. move over, bridge closing. chris christie's got a new best plan ever.
in fact nbc news reported the trump transition team was undergoing a quote, "stalinesque purge from the transition of people close to christie." you can just imagine trump's response to being called stalinesque. "it's true. i am kind of like a stallion." [ laughter ] "beautiful golden mane." [ laughter ] and that actually underscores a potentially troubling precedent that seems to be taking shape in the trump transition. trump needs to fill thousands of posts in the executive branch and he needs competent, experienced people around him. firing or rejecting people based purely on loyalty. for example, a few days ago, a veteran g.o.p. national security expert named elliott cohen recommended to other anti-trump republicans that they serve in the trump administration for the good of the country. but after talking to the trump transition team, cohen changed his mind saying, quote, "they're angry, arrogant, screaming, you lost. we'll be ugly. it became clear to me that they view jobs as lollipops, things you give out to good boys and girls." lollipops.
fridayed. [ laughter ] "no lollipop for you and you have to eat my broccoli." [ light laughter ] the turmoil has apparently scared a lot of qualified national security officials away from serving in the trump administration. as one national security official put it, quote, "normally you'd be attracting the best and brightest at the beginning of an administration, but people are nervous. is this a sure bet or is it a house of cards that's going to fall apart?" but come on, when has trump ever built a house of cards that fell apart? oh, right. hisi houses of cards. [ laughter ] the information we do have so far includes some worrisome names. for example, there's one of trump's reported candidates for national security adviser, retired lieutenant general michael flynn, who was forced out of the obama administration and stirred controversy in february when he tweeted, quote, "fear of muslims is rational." when you write the word "rational" in all caps, it disproves itself. [ light laughter ] it's like when you scream in a fight, "i'm totally calm right now. you're the one who's not calm!"
cabinet sent disturbing signals about his positions on civil liberties. for example, one of the names floated for secretary of defense is arkansas senator tom cotton. cotton has said he agrees with trump's proposal to bring back torture techniques like waterboarding, which are currently illegal under both u.s. and international law. >> do you agree with him that torture works and waterboarding and much worse would be a good idea? >> waterboarding isn't torture. we do waterboarding to our own soldiers in the military. >> that's in training. but the u.s. doesn't do it anymore. they've stopped. >> but we've done it in the past -- >> you think the u.s. should do it again? >> and radio djs volunteer for it. >> seth: radio djs? [ light laughter ] you're basing u.s. national security on what radio djs are okay with? and if waterboarding doesn't work we're going to hit isis with some prank calls! [ laughter ] trump has shown a consistent disregard for basic constitutional principles like due process, and he inherits enormous executive authority from president obama, which is why we need to be more vigilant now than ever.
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? [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. please give it up for the 8g band right over there. [ cheers and applause ] he's been with us all week on drums. and his band's latest album "shape shift with me" is a punk rock classic already. from against me!, atom willard, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> seth: it's been a fantastic week. our first guest is an oscar-nominated actor who has starred in films like "gone baby gone" and "interstellar." his new movie "manchester by the sea" will be in theaters tomorrow. let's take a look. [ laughter ] >> hey. you want to keep it down, you [ bleep ] morons? my kids are sleeping. >> i am so sorry. i mean i didn't think it was that loud. >> lee, you want to get these [ bleep ] pinheads out of my
>> yeah, i do. i mean i really do. >> she can't talk to us that way. >> yeah! [ laughter ] >> oh! >> come on back -- >> i'm not [ bleep ] around. >> seth: please welcome back to the show casey affleck, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> seth: how are you? >> great. >> seth: it's really good to see you again. >> thanks, i just want to clear something up. you're not a donald trump supporter, then? >> seth: it's on the -- i'm trying to be very coy about it. i try to keep my audience guessing. [ laughter ] >> i get it. >> seth: this movie -- i was telling you backstage, this is a beautiful movie. it's fantastic. as we can tell from the clip, though, this takes place in massachusetts. >> yeah.
you've got to like bleep three f words in any -- anytime the movie takes place i feel like -- but is it true you that originally did not want to do a massachusetts accent in this? you didn't want to have the boston accent? >> yeah, for a minute i thought maybe i wouldn't do a massachusetts accent, a boston accent because, you know, they're hard -- sometimes they're hard to get right. it was a big cast. i'd done it before in movies, and i thought like how about we not do it? and then that was shot down. but you, you're from-- >> seth: yeah, southern new hampshire. that's close enough. >> new hampshire, that's like jv massachusetts. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah, i think that's -- >> it's like the grumpy cousin >> seth: yeah. nobody counts -- it's such a bummer. when i used to go to red sox games and people would say, "oh, that's cool, you grew up here?" and i'd say, "well -- new hampshire." and it's like people in boston would be like, "no." [ laughter ] >> they'd be like, "no." except when they want to buy beer on sundays. it's like, "boom, new hampshire, we gotta get there," yeah. >> seth: exactly, then we're everybody's best friend. come on down to new hampshire. >> that's a law not many people know about. >> seth: but, yeah -- >> you can't buy beer on sunday in massachusetts. >> seth: so it's real classy. us people in new hampshire, we put our liquor stores right on the border. [ laughter ] it's true, like we try to make it as easy as possible for you to come and buy your liquor from
>> seth: yeah, exactly. [ laughter ] i work a shift, one -- one shift a year just to stay close to my roots. [ laughter ] and then but i see what you mean because you obviously are from the area. a boston accent must not be intimidating for you. right? well, i mean you can do it -- but then i see what you mean about the rest of the cast then. you've got to worry about them. >> yeah, i was worried about them. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] because if there's one person who doesn't have it it's a problem. >> yeah, sort of and it's inconsistent. and also, i don't know why. i just felt like, not everyone there -- also people don't have them. >> seth: rig >> not everybody in massachusetts has that strong of an accent. like they're people like me grew up there and don't really have a boston accent. so i thought maybe we'll just do this movie without them. >> seth: yeah, i'm glad you did. >> thanks. [ laughter ] >> seth: were people in manchester, massachusetts excited you were there? is that a place -- >> they love it. you know, sometimes you go to massachusetts, these are my people so, i can say this. but they'll start out being very supportive. they're like, "we love you, thank you for coming. you're the best." and then like day two of shooting they're leaning out the window, they're like "get the [ bleep ] out of here.
[ bleep ]." [ laughter ] but -- >> seth: yeah, that's about right. >> yeah. >> seth: which is interesting because that's my -- because when i go home for thanksgiving, i feel like it's the same thing. first day, everybody's super psyched. >> right. and then your family is like -- >> seth: and then by day two -- >> get the -- seth get the [ bleep ] out of here! [ laughter ] >> seth: that's about right. >> yeah. >> seth: this movie is already getting a lot of attention. i don't know if you've heard, there's oscar buzz. have you heard this? >> tell me about it. >> seth: it's -- there's -- >> come on, no, tell me -- >> seth: it's a low -- right now like -- >> you think it's low? >> seth: no, i just think you can hear it coming. >> but, compared to other people it's? >> seth: it's very high. >> that's high. >> seth: yeah, when you compare it to other films, it's doing a lot better than them, buzz wise. >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: but you don't strike me as a person who is particularly happy to get attention for you work one way or the other. >> i love it. >> seth: you do? okay because i completely misread it. [ laughter ] i completely misread it. >> i'd like to talk about it a little bit more, how much time do we got? [ laughter ] what is that buzz? what have you heard? >> seth: i know, but it seems to me last time you were here we were talking about the oscars, you weren't nominated last year,
>> seth: i don't think you were last year. >> no, that's right. >> seth: but you even told me you had plans on oscar night, you weren't going to watch the oscars. is that true? did you not watch the oscars last year? >> i can't remember. >> seth: i don't even remember myself. i don't know why i'm asking you. >> yeah. >> seth: like being a dickhead and being like, "did you?" and i don't have any memory of it. >> yeah, right, i'm sure i did, i like, you know, i like you, it's fun. >> seth: yeah! >> i mean, there's great actors out there. >> seth: yeah, it's the more you see them -- >> and you get to see them talk about stuff -- you're very cynical about it all, i know. >> seth: yeah. >> i'm not like that. >> seth: well, i've never had buzz. >> i have an appreat life to the arts and you just want to put them down. >> seth: yeah, i do. >> which is weird. [ laughter ] >> seth: i, well -- let me explain, though. i feel less than them and only in putting them down do i feel that i can even the score. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> seth: this, though of all your accomplishments this year, i want to know if this story's true. i heard you that helped deliver a baby on a train. >> well, that's semi-true. >> seth: okay, even semi-true's pretty impressive. >> right. >> seth: so how did -- what happened? >> thanks for bringing this up, first of all. >> seth: you're welcome.
the obgyn community. [ laughter ] >> i'm a hero. but it boils down to -- i don't know, it's a long story can i suffice to say i'm a hero. >> seth: right. >> an american hero. [ laughter ] i saved someone else's life once. i didn't save this woman's life. but i did save someone's life. they were falling off a building and i saved their life. >> seth: wow! >> i talked about it on another talk show. what i like to do, is when i do a good deed, i go out in front -- get the biggest audience i can and talk about it. [ laughter ] >> seth: do you ever -- has this ever happened, where you know for example, you have a talk show appearance coming up and you haven't saved a life ce >> i drive around. i'm like some [ bleep ] better happen. [ laughter ] what if some people need some -- yeah. that was kind of true. i didn't deliver the baby on the train, although i did tell her -- i kind of lied to her. i said, "i've delivered two babies, don't worry, i got this." >> seth: okay. >> now, i had never delivered two babies. [ laughter ] but i have had -- i have two sons. >> seth: you had them delivered. >> one of them was born at home. yeah, i had them delivered. >> seth: it's like me saying, "i make dominos."
>> yeah, exactly. it was comforting to her, though. >> seth: yeah. >> so that's what matters in that moment. >> seth: where were you on the train? >> i was taking the train from l.a. up to -- i was going to canada, but the train, amtrak, stops at the border for some reason. >> seth: yeah. >> so i was getting off at seattle. it was an overnight train. and i was -- i was in the middle of the night, i woke up and i heard this -- someone screaming outside. >> seth: wow. >> it was in a little tiny like a cell you sleep, but door's closed. everything's metal. it's like jail. [ laughter ] and i got up and i looked out and there was a woman like bracing hers very pregnant, crying and screaming. and i said, "what's the matter?" [ laughter ] and, i should have figured it out. right then she knew she wasn't in good hands. [ laughter ] >> seth: right, exactly. i bet when you said, "i've delivered two kids," she thought back to that sentence, "no, you didn't." >> she had to explain it to me, which was not good. she said, "i'm going into labor and i'm all alone." and i said, "i'm going to find someone and get you back to your room." i took her back to her room and i started knocking on doors and no one would answer their door.
looked at me and then closed the curtain again -- amtrak's great. i take it everywhere. i really love taking the train, but it's also -- overnight can be a little sketchy. >> seth: it is sketchy. >> they thought like why is this dude banging on my door? i didn't look like this totally. but almost. and so no one opened up. so i went back to her room and i sat with her and the contractions are getting closer and closer together. and i was fearing that it was going to come and i said, "have you ever had a baby before?" she said, "i did but there were some complications. there was other things so i had and i thought, oh, man, we're in trouble here. [ laughter ] >> seth: right. >> and on every train car there's also supposed to be someone who works there and that woman was not coming out of her room, either, probably also afraid of me. and so finally, i went upstairs and i realized that this was urgent and something had to be done. and i -- so i did the old movie like you see the emergency switch. >> seth: oh, wow. >> and i grabbed it and i pulled it. which i've been waiting to do for a long time. [ laughter ]
you knew right where it was. >> that's what it was all about. are you pregnant? let me just -- boom. [ laughter ] and it didn't stop the train, but it made the loudest noise i've ever heard in my life. >> seth: oh wow. >> and it was like this small metal hallway. like -- anyway, so finally that got the people up. people started opening their doors. i sent someone to get conductor of the train. he came back. i said we've got to stop the train. he said, "there's no stop for another three hours." in the middle of a national park on the border of california and oregon. and i said, "you've got to do it anyway." so he looked on our phones, a little gps on the phone, and he called ahead and an ambulance -- there was a little road that went through the national park and they stopped the train there, we got her off. >> seth: wow. >> got her, boom, done. and then i said -- i kind of thought -- it was a big moment for me. >> seth: sure. >> i'm felt very bonded to this woman. i'm leaving out that like i sat with her for a long time. she was in labor, her water broke right there, i was sitting with her, and she'd given me her i.d. because she thought she might die or something, she wanted to know who she was -- it was like very intense. >> seth: wow. >> i thought she would name the
[ laughter ] >> and when i called the hospital -- i knew what hospital she was going to because i asked the paramedics. and the next day i called the hospital and they put me through to her room and she didn't remember me. [ laughter ] so it was a bigger moment for me than it was for her. but i still feel like i did some good. >> seth: i think you did excellent. [ cheers and applause ] thanks for being back. and congrats on the film. it's really fantastic. casey affleck everybody. "manchester by the sea" opens in theaters tomorrow. we'll be right back with rebecca romijn. [ cheers and applause ] ? ? ? ? ? ?
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? [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. our next guest is a talented actress who you know her from "ugly betty" as well as from her portrayal of mystique in the x-men films. she stars in the tnt series "the librarians," which returns for its third season november 20th. let's take a look. ? >> we're running out of time. >> the hell he isn't. ezekiel, do you have any control over the sub?
>> okay, listen carefully. i need you to throttle the propellers to maximum speed and come straight at us. >> i'm sorry. you want to get blown out sooner? >> it takes at least 400 yards for a torpedo to arm itself. the closer you get to the museum the hardest it is to detonate. >> that makes sense. almost. >> six, five, four, three, two. ? >> seth: please welcome to the show rebecca romijn! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> seth: how are you? >> i'm great. thanks for having me. >> seth: so happy to have you. >> nice to meet you. >> seth: nice to meet you as well. i know your husband jerry o'connell. >> yes. >> seth: i've known him for years. and i know you guys live in l.a. but you recently got a place in new york. but jerry's from new york. >> jerry's a new yorker. born and raised in chelsea.
you would stay at his parents' house? >> just up until this year we've been staying at jerry's mommy's and daddy's for the last 12 years. >> seth: oh, my god, for 12 years. >> yeah. >> seth: what is it like? what is his childhood -- >> it's umm -- you know, it's crazy. i mean, it's a real -- it's like an o'connell museum. >> seth: oh, really? >> yes. it's -- they bought it in the '70s. i don't think they've updated it since then. [ laughter ] >> seth: okay, got you. >> umm -- it's just -- it's layered. >> seth: well, that was when new york was its nicest, the '70s. so you want to keep it close to that as possible. [ laughter ] >> it's original. >> seth: yeah. are very sort of new york bohemian artist background. >> seth: got ya. >> so there's like great art on the walls. mixed with every single project jerry has ever been involved with. >> seth: movie posters on the wall? >> movie posters. >> seth: oh, wow. >> like, you know, great art right next to a "kangaroo jack" poster. >> seth: got you. >> any -- any clipping from any -- anything has been framed on every surface. it's -- it's like a museum. >> seth: and now is that something that would be true of your childhood at home? did your parents have the
from berkeley, california. also sort of a bohemian background. >> seth: got you. >> they're not quite as -- they've edited along the way. >> seth: okay. yeah, yeah. that's good. well, then it must be nice for you to be -- >> i do like it. there's something very comforting about it. you know, you never see anything in manhattan like that. it's just -- >> seth: well it's funny 'cause -- now that we have a kid i realize we'll never have another piece of anything of mine in the house ever again. like, it's immediately about that child's accomplishments. >> yes. >> seth: and his accomplishments are like nothing yet. he's only eight months old. >> yes. congratulations, by the wa focus from my wife. that's what i'm saying. >> sure. that's -- that's got to be hard too. >> seth: i host a talk show and i come home and i have to talk about how he ate a carrot for like 45 minutes. >> no i get it. yeah. >> seth: you've been there. >> i've been there. >> seth: yeah. >> with twins. >> seth: yeah, there you go. >> and wait till he starts drawing all over everything. our kids, who also have an artistic streak, thought that everything in our house to be decorated. like all the antiques -- >> seth: true artists. >> all the furniture, the walls. all the outlets were too plain. everything needed to be colored in. and i hated it at first and now
now i look at it, it's perfect. [ laughter ] you know what, they were right. all this stuff did need to be colored in. [ laughter ] >> seth: so, your show "the librarians," as we can see from the clip, there is a lot of special effects in this show. >> a lot of special effects. >> seth: is this one of those shows where as an actor you're often have no sense of what you're supposed to be looking at? >> we have no idea. we need them to describe absolutely everything to us. we watch the finished result along with everybody else just to surprise -- we have to be told exactly what it is we're looking at. explosion? how far does it go? where is it traveling? where are we looking? it's all in our imagination. >> seth: have you ever accidentally given spark reaction to an explosion? >> it has happened. >> seth: and then people think your character is ice cold. [ laughter ] another role that you're famous for is mystique in x-men, and that is -- that was obviously special effects as well but a lot of basic like human being painted. right?
>> seth: this was not a cgi gig. >> that was not cgi. that was all done. that took nine hours every day. >> seth: nine hours? >> they would bring me in at midnight for a 9:00 a.m. call time. >> seth: oh my goodness. >> and then nothing was a secret ever. i left a lot of blue paint behind me everywhere i went. >> seth: yeah. this would not be a good way to be a cat burglar. >> terrible. >> seth: yeah. >> like blue toilet seats. >> seth: yeah, well, what can you do? >> people were like oh, mystique was in here. [ laughter ] >> seth: and have you -- 'cause you know there's that cosplay thing where people go to places like comic-con and they dress like -- y >> seth: have you ever seen one -- 'cause it would seem to me this would be the impossible one to pull off in public. >> you know, it's a terrible halloween costume for little girls. >> seth: yep. >> i don't recommend it. >> seth: no. i think you would be able to -- >> completely -- completely inappropriate. >> seth: if you let your child do that you should be on a watch list. >> yep, definitely. [ laughter ] i don't recommend it. it's not a great halloween costume for little girls. but at comic-con, which, you know, and i love comic-con. it's for geeks. it's for sci-fi geeks. it's for fringe people. it brings -- >> seth: but it's a safe awesome place for them to love things. >> to celebrate being fringe people. >> seth: i dig it. >> yeah.
i have run into people dressed up as -- who do cosplay as mystique at the comic-cons. there was one who did a really good job except for she was purple. >> seth: oh, that's not good. >> that's one glaring mistake. >> seth: that's a huge -- >> i hated to have to point that out. >> seth: but sometimes you get to the paint store and they're out of mystique. >> they're out of mystique blue. [ laughter ] >> seth: you're like, i'll take grimace. [ laughter ] so you -- to stay in line with painting, you were the first "sports illustrated" model who got the body paint. >> yeah. >> seth: and this was in '99. >>ea you were a model in the '90s. >> i was a model in the '90's for those of you who don't know. >> seth: have you noticed -- was there something -- you were a huge model in the '90s. >> i was a passable model in the '90s. >> seth: you were a huge -- when my friends and i got together and talked about models -- >> yep. really? >> seth: you were top of our list. [ laughter ] do you -- what was -- do you feel like modeling has changed? was there something unique to the '90s? >> well, fashion always changes. so modeling always changes. but there -- you know, i mean, i did a lot of catalog modeling back in the '90s, and there were some signature -- >> seth: what's a signature
>> i mean, there's hailing the taxi. >> seth: oh, that's very good. yeah, i've seen that. >> there's hailing the taxi. and there's certain like -- there's like a step and repeat like -- [ laughter ] any -- if you are any '90s model worth your weight you did that move. and not for the faint of heart. >> seth: and how many times would you have to do it per outfit? >> you would have to do it for like 12 hours straight. >> seth: oh, my god. >> yeah, it's mind -- >> seth: i don't know what's worse -- i don't know which i'd like to the getting painted purple. >> well i -- yes. i didn't get painted purple. i got painted blue. >> seth: oh right. wait, you were mystique? >> yeah. >> seth: okay, got you. >> i was -- [ laughter ] >> seth: that's right. i'm a huge fan. [ laughter ] thank you so much for being here, rebecca. such a pleasure to meet you. >> thank you for having me. thanks for having me. >> seth: rebecca romijn, everybody. the third season of "the librarians" premieres november 20th on tnt. we'll be right back with michael che. [ cheers and applause ]
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? [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. our next guest is a very funny comedian you know as the co-anchor of "saturday night live's" "weekend update." "snl" returns this week with host kristen wiig and musical guests the xx. and his new stand-up special "michael che matters" begins streaming on november 25th. please welcome back to the show
? [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: how are you? >> how are you feeling? >> seth: the new james bond. >> yeah, man. welcome to trump's america. [ laughter ] if he brings slavery back i don't want to be on that list. [ laughter ] >> seth: you look fantastic. >> thank you. biggest difference between the last time you -- the outfit from the last time a guest was on because last time you were here we did a live show after the conventions. >> i looked like garbage. yes. >> seth: jeans, sweatshirt. but you look fantastic. >> well, you know, ever since i was a kid i'd watch def jam. and all of the black comedians dressed like this. [ laughter ] in the mid '90s. >> seth: this was the look? >> bernie mac, shuckey duckey, all of them. and so i'm trying to get back to my roots. >> seth: there you go. and you're doing a fantastic job. congratulations on all the election shows. last week dave chappelle, a
>> yeah, that was so much fun. [ applause ] >> seth: was it -- i'm jealous you got to spend a whole week working with a sketch pro like chappelle. >> i mean, it's weird how like -- how just in sync he is immediately. like, he hadn't been on tv in so long and he just was just like rolling like he never left. it was kind of crazy. and what a week to be on. >> seth: sure. it was a great week in that as soon as that monologue started, which can sometimes, you know, be an uncomfortable moment, you just immediately felt you were >> you're like oh, yeah, i forgot i'm watching the greatest comedian living. >> seth: and perfect time i would say for this week with kristen wiig coming back. >> yeah. it's also -- it's a different kind of thing. that's how cool "snl" is, is that there be two completely different kinds of hosts but also just on the right time, just right on the same track. >> seth: we mentioned last time you were here, we talked about the conventions, and you and jost were saying completely different what you experienced in cleveland with the republicans and in philadelphia with the democrats.
perceive the outcome? >> we should have saw this coming. >> seth: you're saying that now. >> we should have saw this coming. because when you go to the convention for the republicans they were happy and celebrating. they were all having a great time. and then when you see hillary, the democrats' convention, there was people booing. they were heckling. they were crying. they still thought bernie had a chance. and i was like, oh, no, they're going to be in a popularity contest? turns out it didn't come out good for her. >> seth: no. they liked the people that are having f. [ laughter ] >> seth: now, the other thing i want to ask about is you have this netflix special. this is very exciting. but you did it before the election, obviously. >> yeah. >> seth: is there things now based on the result you that wish were in there or do you -- are you happy with it? >> i mean you -- every time you tape comedy you want to do it the next day just because you're like oh, man, you know so much more every time. but there's a lot of stuff that i still think holds up because i try to write from more so the tone of the country, not
and you mentioned your brother is a police officer. >> yes. >> seth: and that's affected how you're dealing with him? >> well, yeah. i only see him thanksgiving. and even then i'm like i'm reaching for the potatoes. [ laughter ] he doesn't find that funny. but i think -- i think it's hysterical. >> seth: you -- you and some others, brian tucker, write one of my favorite sketches on recent years on "snl" called "black jeopa" [ applause ] >> seth: and i want to talk about the last incarnation of it was with tom hanks. and i felt like as far as any of the comedy that's been done about this election it has an incredible amount of empathy for trump voters in a way that i thought was really unique and interesting. >> yeah, well, i mean, i thought -- it was tucker's idea to do one with a trump voter that gets everything right and plays on in the game, and it made a lot of sense because you know, with all this comedy it seems very divisive and this is kind of a thing that said
when you really break it down, we've got the same kind of sensibilities, we come from the same places usually, we want the same things, and this sketch i thought people kind of -- it was a good way for people to laugh and say we're very similar. >> seth: and particularly you sort of drew a parallel between trump voters and black people, which is not a parallel that anybody else was making at the time. [ laughter ] >> well -- >> seth: but it works. >> my brother's a cop. [ laughter ] no, no. i mean -- there's a lot -- you know, listen, i grew up in manhattan in the projects and i feel like i have a lot more in common with southern whites than i do upper west side whites in manhattan. >> seth: sure. yeah, there you go. >> also a lot of jesus and guns and big trucks. [ laughter ] >> seth: what is your -- >> does that make sense somehow? >> yeah, it makes sense. >> wally's laughing. [ applause ] >> seth: did you -- what is your take now on how voters are reacting to the outcome of this
>> i think white people think they're not going to be white no more. >> seth: yeah. you think we're -- but seriously -- >> you'll be fine. don't worry about it. >> seth: we're going to be okay? >> yeah, man. [ laughter ] no, i think people are freaking out and they probably should. he's a maniac. but also -- [ laughter ] also, i hope that we remember that hopefully this government is constructed in a way where one man can't undo it all by just pulling a string. >> seth: yeah. >> hopefully. >> seth: hopefully. we're going to find out. >> you know how all that time when people th god, i hope that's true. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] please. please let that be true. >> seth: now it's interesting because you don't -- i feel like you have the -- you got in a little bit of trouble for saying in an interview that donald trump was smart, but this is something that bernie sanders just said as well. we make the mistake of dismissing his intelligence based on some of the things he says. >> clearly he's a smart guy. i mean, he knows something we
hillary didn't know apparently. [ laughter ] so i mean, i think sometimes you take for granted when you dismiss a guy as being dumb or dismiss a guy as being crazy and all that stuff, you don't see him coming when he actually does have a plan and puts it into effect. so, we need to give this guy more credit than we are giving him, and maybe he won't shock us as often as he has been. >> seth: i think that's excellent advice. and i'm so happy to have you here. always such a pleasure. amd i feel like we should head out tonight and hit the town. >> let's go out, man. "michael che matters" it begins streaming on netflix on november 25th. and check out "snl" this week with host kristen wiig and music from the xx. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ]
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? >> carson: hi there, i'm carson. it's nbc, you're watching "last call." tonight we got a good one for you. were coming to you from skylark here in nerk city. here's what we got. our music is the oxford band foals, they're gonna perform from live nation's palladium in a little bit. in our spotlight tonight we're gonna introduce you to cw star tori anderson, but first anne heche talks the apocalypse sci-fi and of course all things "aftermath", in the last call spotlight. that starts us off tonight, have a look. ? >> the first person to watch this show was my 7-year-old.
through, you know, like do you like this? is it good? is it scary? is mom real pretty? and if he says yeah, you're real pretty. i'm like fine, turn it off, this is all i need. i mean, i don't think we'd like screen it in school for the second graders. like you don't go, oh my god it's the end the world and look, they're like monsters coming out of people and shapeshifters and we kill at least three people an episode. so it's not what i would lead with, with the parents, but i don't go to p.t.a. meetings anyways, they don't want me there. like, duh, i carry a gun. like it gets a little bit tricky when you play such a badass, because then people really think you are one, which is the best. badass. everybody needs an anne heche in their life. ? i am in the new television show "aftermath", with my pretend husband james tupper. >> well that's a little alarming. ? >> crazy times, huh. [ screams ] >> this is definitely a show
the world has ended and shifted, in ways that i think really tap into every single fear we've ever had about what might happen to our earth, is happening. earthquakes and tornados and all the things that we think mother nature is gonna rain down upon us, is happening. and it's dangerous as hell, because everybody's lost everything that they have, so you're also dealing with an emotional desert of -- where people have landed and i think that is an interesting part of the show too, because it's not like were the last people on earth. it's that everyone has lost everything they have and care about and is desperate to find out how they're gonna survive. death situation. ? it's so fun to play roles that are smarter than you, because it's like, i would be going out of mind, like are you kidding? it's the end the world. somebody just like, took my child up into the air and kidnapped it, and it was well you know, a monster. i would be afraid, karen on the other hand is like cool, we'll deal with this. i got this. no you don't, it's the end of the world. who cares if you're a marine. the ability for karen to access her violence, gets her into trouble, and so she has to go through a transformation looking
embrace in herself in order to help her family survive. and they're not necessarily the tools she had before, and each one of the family members has to do that. my husband is a -- you know, he fights for peace, but all of a sudden he has to wield a gun and protect his family, and access those physical, perhaps violent, sides in himself in order to do that. >> we're gonna have to find another way around for brianna. >> oh no we're not. we don't have the time. >> we can't go in there, people are infected in there. >> so we have [ indiscernible ] >> which is useless if you walk into a full outbreak. they'll just kill you for it. >> they pretend that he's really smart, but i know him kind of well. >> how so? >> sometimes i sleep with him. you know, if he says something nice or something, like a nice poem. but he's not all that bright when he plays bright on tv, i like that yeah. >> he's your husband, right? >> yes, my husband i've been told. you know, people ask us this all the time, is it really fun to work with your partner. well that's a yes and no answer right? sometimes if he's acting well yes, i really like it. if he's doing something that's a good choice yeah, that's fun. if he's boring, no, and i say no he's not my husband. he just got hired to play it on tv.
>> yeah, it's a role. >> he could get recast. >> well duh, i mean in real life and you know, on the show. i'm not even married to the guy. i've been with him for ten years, we have an adorable son, i mean, he's kind of adorable, he looks like his dad. you know, it's good but we're not married, i can leave him anytime. i'm not going to, by the way, like i sometimes say that to him and he's like that's not funny. it's not funny. i won't no. >> he says that or you? >> i'm gonna stick with him for another three months. he's over there. ? the show is very action oriented. one of the things that i think is special, is that we do do most of our stunts on set, and we don't have, that was this. as big as they are, i mean, obviously the comets we, they, we didn't hire comets to come down and blow us up, but the stunts are really outrageous and fun. so pushing yourself physically in that way is really fun for me. what do you suppose this is for? if you don't ask a good question you're going to get it. >> it's not a strainer. >> it's not gonna be that rough on you, but you know what? >> you'll feel it. >> yeah, you'll feel it. i usually walk around with an m-16, so i'm really, i feel very
i'm gonna take this strainer. ? i was seen in a high school play and they asked me to go back to new york and audition for this show called "another world", and i literally held on to the wing of the airplane cause my mom told me i wasn't allowed to go cause i was 17. but it's like, i'm going. and i had never seen a television show, let alone a soap opera before, and they put all my body parts in a really small little like bikini suit that was nude, and i had all this like, fat and what i called shame weight all over me and this sausage casing and plopped me in a bathtub with bubbles around me. i'm in there all day, oh, yeah i got this. i'm like what is going on. i had no idea what i was supposed to do, or what i was capable of, and they believed in me, and i could not believe my luck. i, you know, i wore the sausage case things, and you know kept going. ? i watch myself 24/7 because i feel like the more i know about me, the better i am.
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>> carson: welcome back. foals is an alt-rock band from england that seems to just pick up more and more buzz every year for both of their studio session work and their live performances. they have been nominated multiple times for the prestigious mercury prize and are back now with what may be their best work yet. let's go to live nation's palladium. here are foals. >> put your dancing shoes on. [ cheers ] it's called "mountain at my gates." [ cheers ]
? i see a mountain at my gates i see it more and more each day ? ? what i give it takes away whether i go or when i stay ? i see a mountain at my gates i see it more and more each day ? ? i see a fire out by the lake i'll drive my car without the brakes ? ? ? i see a mountain in my way it's looming larger by the day ?
i'll drive my car without the brakes ? ? oh give me some time show me the foothold from which i can climb yeah when i feel low ? ? you show me a signpost for where i should go i see a mountain at my gates ? each day and my desire wears a dark dress ? ? but each day i see you less ? ? ? oh give me some time show me the foothold
yeah when i feel low ? ? you show me a signpost for where i should go through lanes and stone rows ? ? black granite wind blows fire lake and far flame go now but come again ? ? dark clouds gather round will i run or stand my ground ? ? ? oh when i come to cli show me the mountain so far behind yeah it's farther away ? ? its shadow gets smaller day after day ? ? ?
? yeah give me my way give me my love give me my voice you keep me coming around ? ? when i stay give me my lungs give me my choice you keep me coming around ? ? when i stay give me my ? ? ? stay give me my lungs give me my voice you keep me coming round ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> carson: that was foals. "what went down" is the new record.
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so just that's what she did. that was her first time bungee jumping. >> she just wanted to up the ante on bungee jumping. >> yeah, she just wanted to -- yeah. >> how extensive could it be, i mean. >> i don't know. i think it's like 180, maybe 120. is that too much? i don't know. >> i just feel like is that worth the naked aspect? >> i do not think so but you know, if you're free and want to express yourself then go and do it however you please. ? hi, i am tori anderson and i play evie on cw's "no tomorr." >> i hear the canada in there. >> i know it comes out -- oh, no. it's -- it's really bad. i get, you know, harassed for it by all my american cast mates. >> do they do like a canada jar where if you say no tomorrow do they make you pay? >> no but there should be. there should be. and it's not as bad because we're shooting in vancouver but when we were shooting in l.a. i always get the -- >> this is so much fun. >> better live life while i can. >> what does that mean? >> human kind only has eight
>> you're serious? >> yeah the apocalypse is nigh. ? it's a bucket list romantic comedy and it centers around a girl named, evie, who meets a charming man who believes that an apocalypse is coming. he thinks that an asteroid is going to hit the world in eight months and 12 days. and he, kind of, gives her a little nudge that she needs and it's that seize the day mentality and what would you do and checking things off your list that might not be the easiest thing to do. >> are there things you wish you >> i mean, yeah. >> like what? >> like wear a bra. >> love it, lose it. >> deal with my obnoxious boss? >> sure, yuck. >> go to a hospital. i mean if you're worried about your health why would you ever go to the epicenter of germs. >> all right, okay, i'll buy that. what else? >> and i would stop waxing, definitely. eyebrows, vagina, mustache. >> sure, yeah, let it grow.
made him a sexual icon. ? >> it's funny 'cause there's a few things that kind of correspond with evie's list. like, one of them is repay her mom and dad and i would love to that in whatever way that it, kind of, means. i want to go surfing in bali. i want to rappel down a building. and then do like the things like bungee jumping and sky diving that i haven't done that i've always, kind of wanted to do. bungee jumping might be a little less because i just feel like it would hurt. this is the biggest thing i've ever done. so it's really exciting. and it's just so nice to see everyone shine in their own ways and everyone is such a unique wacky character, that i can't wait for people to fall in love with them. >> he's nuts right? >> totally nuts. an asteroid is not going to destroy the world. the russians are. >> say again? >> this is your head. >> on a bus. >> a bus is about probably 40 feet, right? this is actual size. >> i have yet to see this bus. >> what's the face? what's the -- >> she's anxious.
it's totally surreal. i mean, someone sent me a photo of it in times square and that was crazy. i always just wanted to work. i just wanted to be an actor that could pay my bills doing what i love. you're never really thinking about your odds before an audition. acting is such an easy profession to really get wrapped up in your head. and so, you focus what you're there to do. you focus on the character, on the role. you don't think about anything else. >> evie marie callahan, will you >> that was just a surprise. can i -- just let me get back to you. what's funny with evie is sometimes i feel more of her than i would like to in my personal life. i mean, she's lovely and she has a lot of anxiety and when i was brought up, i had a lot of anxiety as a kid. so it's something that when i read her, i understood her. i associated with her right away. so much fun going to work everyday. it's really been an amazing experience. >> ask america to give you five
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and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hlo, everybody, welcome to thirsty thursday. we're so glad you chose to join us. it's the first day of december, hoda woman. >> it's already here. >> yesterday's song by hunter hayes. my daughter loves him, thinks he's great. >> adorable. >> we have a fantastic show, don't we? >> two british beauties are here, elizabeth hurley and her son damian. she's back in the series called "the royals" on e! and her son makes his acting debut. it's going to be fun hearing how talk about how much she loves watching him work. >> or how difficult it is for him. it's tough enough to be a teenage son, then mama's the boss, ooh. then two women who have come to new york to celebrate will have
now. one them had a lot of haircut off. >> plus, lilliana's going to get the most luxe look of them all. >> and in our kitchen over there, chef alex guarnaschelli is in the kitchen. what you got for us alex? >> i have the sandwich to end all sandwiches. >> your mom's sandwich you were talking about. >> it's a december sandwich. >> sandwich to end all nobody says that. >> it's unbelievable. okay, we're looking forward to it. our dear friend max lucado is here today. he's written like five books since the last we saw him. we tease him. he's a pastor down in san antonio full time but he also writes some of the most amazing really profoundly moving and spiritual books. he's here with his beautiful wife. this also has a coloring book to
>> "because of bethlehem." >> you want to read his books with a highlighter. he has such profound beautiful thought. you're like, oh, my god, that is beautiful. it's genius. >> almost like he's writing just stream of consciousness because it just flows the way his conversations do. so welcome. >> welcome, welcome. >> they flew in, in that weather last night. i can't believe planes were landing. what time did you land? >> about 8:00. it was storming, it was serious storming. >> when the concert started -- >> by the way -- >> bad, right? >> the christmas tree lighting. >> the traffic. >> we know about the traffic but the weather. >> you got to give a hat's off to the people at the tree lighting. we had umbrellas. you weren't supposed to have umbrellas out there. it was torrential. >> at one point, it was a monsoon. when you looked around at everybody who was there
something funny, happy, they were all -- one was like, hey, it's my 40th birthday. her winter coat was soaked all the way through. she was with her kids. they kept saying we might have forgotten something like this if the weather was perfect but we'll never forget this night because we ended up having a good time. minus the monsoon and such. >> al and you were the perfect people to be doing it too. you two are the most optimistic sunniest people. if that had been me, it wouldn't have been good. matt and savannah were totally -- they had a heater -- >> matt goes, you shouldn't complain. did i tell you what happened to me and savannah? somebody put a little hole in here and i got two drops and savannah got one. al and i were like literally drowned rats outside. >> i was looking forward to watching it at home with my fire blazing and my puppies close and our power went off completely and i didn't get to watch dolly's movie, i didn't get to see you drenched. >> she did a great performance. tory kelly was there, garth brooks, trisha yearwood, kate
daughter were the ones to push the button. >> is that neil diamond? love him, love him, love him. >> 3, 2, 1. >> and here's the moment. >> go! >> it's a big tree this year. >> it's a beauty. okay, so if you stayed up extra late last night, kelly ripa appeared on "watch what happens live" last night with andy cohen and then we heard that somebody's name came up. let's take a look. >> i have some potential guest hosts and you bang your gavel to declare whether you think they're hosty or not hosty. >> okay. >> okay, here we go. what about you and kathie lee? i mean -- >> oh, yes, yes. >> okay, i would love to see that. >> well, that's nice. i'm honored. but because we work for dueling, you know -- >> networks? >> competing networks. >> i think she could come in here and fill in for me one day when i'm off with you. why don't we try that? >> she could come here tomorrow. >> don't have you a guest
>> not yet. >> you're going to bounce her? >> come on, kelly. >> for kelly, wouldn't we do that? yeah, we would. >> i hope she's not watching. the person who we can't reveal. by the way, "watch what happens live" airs sundays through thursdays at 11:00, 10:00 central on bravo. great show. >> he just recently revealed he discovered because of kelly a melanoma on his lip. >> you got to pay attention to these things. >> you do, hoda. >> it is december 1st. in honor of this brand-new month, dunkin' donuts decided to >> just for the holidays. >> this one is a candy cane one. the one with the pink stuff, crushed up candy canes and put it on top. it's pepperminty. the other one is a boston cream croissant doughnut. what's it called? a cronut. they're 99 cents for the candy cane one and the other one is $2.49. worth it. >> yes.
the sweets. that is delicious. >> we got to reveal -- remember yesterday we had the scott brothers on. i know. we had the scott brothers on. well, we were deciding which kitchen -- >> yes. >> we did a -- the property brothers takes new orleans. so the two kitchens were drew's versus jonathan's, remember? >> uh-huh. >> that was drew's and that was jonathan's. the winner on the show last night was -- >> what would you guess? >> i said drew's. >> you'd be right. drew's kitchen won. i can't believe they had me judging anything like that. like, what would i ever know about something like that. >> even if you're not an expert, you know what you like, you know what your heart responds to. oh, hoda, you have to try that. >> tee up this i-hoda because area going to love it. i'll tell you why it i went to see "wicked" and there's a song called "for good" from the show "wicked." i was clickety clacky online and i saw a version. anna kendrick is an actress who
>> you could tell she was nervous doing a duet with kristin chenoweth. here is the two of them together. so let's take a look. ? who can say ? ? if i've been changed for the better ? ? i do believe i have been changed for the better ? ? and because i knew you ? ? because i knew you ? >> look at these two. >> that's so sweet. ? because i knew you ? >> can we finish it out please? no. no, we're not. the whole thing is -- >> the whole thing -- >> changed for you. >> oh, i can't believe they did that.
>> that's called musical interruptus. thank you for coming. we're going to say hi to some auction winners. we're glad to have the whole group with us. >> this cronut is fabulous but it's messy. look who's in our kitchen. >> elizabeth hurley, damian, oh, wow. >> by the way, if you want to find all her stuff, it's on i-hoda on apple music. >> yeah, it is. we can't wait to sit down and talk to you guys in just a little bit. to watch mother and son. >> i don't know who's more beautiful. >> i can't stop looking. >> all right. >> you can always find us on sirius xm 108 and find hoda woman there every monday and wednesday at 2:00 with her radio show. >> shall we say, is it okay or not okay to give unconventional baby names. celebs like the duggar, kanye west, kim kardashian, have been known to give babies unconventional names. here's what we say about it. >> parents are allowed to name
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