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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- timothy olyphant. stars of "riverdale," actresses, lily reinhart and camila mendes. music from nelly furtado. featuring the 8g band with darren king. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening. i'm seth myers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? pcpc good to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. president trump's golf club in mar-a-lago, florida recently doubled it's initiation fee from $100,000 to $200,000. and if you think that's crazy, he tripled the number of people who were at the inauguration. [ laughter ] president trump said last night
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that after his speech at cia headquarters, he received the quote "biggest standing ovation since peyton manning had won the super bowl." [ laughter ] and i think i speak for everyone when i say that makes zero god damn sense. lhlh [ cheers and applause ] in an interview with abc news yesterday, president trump reiterated his promise to build a wall along the mexican border. though at this point, i think we're putting up a wall the same way the nurse pulls the curtain around your hospital bed. you don't want to see this. [ laughter and applause ] house speaker paul ryan yesterday responded to president trump's call to launch an investigation into voter fraud, saying quote, "i think it's fine," which is also the entire republican health care plan. "doctor, what about this giant lump on ec
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"i think it's fine." [ light laughter ] according to a new report, many of president trump's staff members are using accounts running on the rnc's private email server. and when hillary heard that, she screamed so loud, all the trees around her died. [ laughter ] several -- [ applause ] several nba teams this week released images showing advertising patches that will be worn on their jerseys next season. and this is embarrassing, the patch the knicks are wearing is just an ad for the brooklyn nets. [ laughter ] british prime minister theresa may, made an appearance at the republican party congressional retreat today, and this was a surprise, the emperor of france, napoleon, also made an appearance. [ laughter ] taller, taller than i remember him. [ light laughter ] police in states where marijuana is legal are reportedly struggling to find a system to determine if someone is too high to drive.
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so far the best method is to hand them a breathalyzer and see if they inhale. [ laughter and applause ] it's kicked officer. [ light laughter ] and finally, a virginia man has given his wife a kidney, as a 20th anniversary gift. "just admit you forgot", said his wife. [ laughter ] been in the bathroom for 90 minutes with a bottle of scotch and a butter knife. [ light laughter ] we have a great show for you guys tonight. [ cheers and applause ] he's starring in a new series on netflix, the "santa clarita diet," timothy olyphant is here tonight. one of our friends. [ cheers and applause ] also from a fantastic new show on the cw, "riverdale," lili reinhart and camilla mendez are joining us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and we will have music from nelly furtado so it's a great show. [ cheers and applause ] that you're here for this evenin
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before we get to that, president trump repeated in his first national tv interview last night, his false claim about voter fraud and in a series of new executive orders on refugees and a mexican border wall. for more on this, it's time for a closer look. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: even bigger than trump's obsession with the crowd at his inauguration, is his insecurity about losing the popular vote. and if you were hoping a week of being president would change that, this tweet was a real bubble burster. "i will be asking for a major investigation into voter fraud, including those registered to vote in two states, those who are illegal, and even those registered to vote who are dead." [ light laughter ] just think about that. the president of the united states thinks dead people voting is a problem. [ light laughter ] "in fact, not only are dead people voting, one of them's been following me around." [ laughter and applause ] now trump's claim -- trump's claim has been disproven by multiple studies, election
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republican members of congress, and even his own lawyers. and yet, he continues to persist in what is either a lie, or a delusion. so what's going on with this bizarre fixation? well, a new york times reporter tweeted wednesday that stress, and a lack of sleep might be affecting the president. quote "trump's worst impulse control is when he's tired, or overstretched, or in an uncertain situation. he is, as his advisors say often, at his most self-destructive when the stakes are high." [ light laughter ] well, thankfully that's not a problem, since presidents usually get lots of sleep, and never have to deal with high-stake situations. [ light laughter ] trump doesn't have the makeup of a navy seal, it's more like the navy porpoise. [ laughter ] so, trump is dogged by insecurity, over his loss in the popular vote, and making up wild false claims about voter fraud to explain it away. claims he repeated in his first nationally televised interview last night. >> you have people that are registered who are dead. who are illegals. who are in two states. you haeo
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they're registered in a new york and in a new jersey. >> seth: a new york and a new jersey. you know. [ light laughter ] there's only one of each, right? but that's what trump would sound like if you asked him to name all 50 states. "you've got a new york, a new jersey, a -- two virginas. there's a couple of squares in the middle there. i'm not sure about this, but china." [ laughter and applause ] "i think china's in there." [ laughter and applause ] but even more bold, than saying three to five million people voted illegally, is this claim by trump, about who those three to five million people voted for. >> i will say this, of those votes cast, none of 'em come to me. none of 'em come to me. they would all be for the other side. none of 'em come to me. >> seth: right, no one would ever cheat to help trump. well, maybe someone would. but -- [ light laughter ] "i don't even know my polling place. it's so hard to leave work on tuesday." [ laughter ] and it's so weird that a guy who is as obsessed with popularity, as trump is, is willing to say no one would commit voter fraud for him.
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dead people and illegals [ bleep ] hate me." [ laughter and applause ] so, this is an important question, people around trump have been asking lately, where is he getting his information? well, according to a truly insane article published by the times yesterday, trump's voter fraud claim came from a random anecdote, told to him by a german golfer, named bernhard langer. in a meeting with congressional leaders, trump said langer was standing in line at a polling place, near his home in florida on election day, when an official informed langer he would not be able to vote ahead of, and behind langer were voters who did not look as if they should be allowed to vote, trump said. the president threw out the names of latin american countries that the voters might have come from. what the hell is going on? a very famous german golfer told me he saw some mexicans voting? if your grandpa started talking like this, you would consider putting him in a home. [ light laughter ] instead, we put this guy in a house. [ light laughter ] so how did congressional leaders respond to this bizarre story? the anecdote was greeted with silence, and trump was prodded to change the subject, by priebus and senator john cornyn. how do you change the subject in
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"hey, that reminds me, did you hear about the one about the fat german golfer? he could not see his putts? [ laughter ] so given -- [ cheers and applause ] given the insane origins of these claims, the fact that they've been debunked repeatedly, and the fact that both democrats and republicans have refuted them, surely house speaker paul ryan would find the courage to tell trump, he's wrong. right? >> president trump says he wants a -- an investigation into voter fraud. you for or against it? >> i think it's fine. i think if a -- first of all, i'm sure there is some fraud. but if he believes that there is a -- a problem to be looked at, the right thing to do is to get an investigation to get the facts. >> seth: you'll have to forgive paul. he's a little disoriented, he's still recovering from his spine removal surgery. [ light laughter ] but the doctor who performed it was really topnotch. [ laughter and applause ] "it was -- it was an easy surgery, came right out." clearly, this is the beginning of an attempt by the president, to crack down on people who voted against him, using fake voter fraud as a pretext.
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lies and delusions just to voter fraud claims. for example, he was asked about his controversial speech in front of the memorial wall at the cia, where he spent time bragging about his crowd sizes. many intelligence officials saw the speech as offensive, but according to the full transcript, trump did not see it that way. telling abc quote, "i got a standing ovation, in fact, they said it was the biggest standing ovation since peyton manning had won the super bowl, and they said it was equal." [ light laughter ] i'm sorry, does he think peyton manning got a standing ovation for winning the super bowl? "bravo, he's done it again!" [ light laughter ] "he's won the super bowl! take a bow, sir! encore. encore." the problem with trump's false claims is that it makes it impossible, for us to take his word for it on anything policy related. take the affordable act which republicans are moving quickly to repeal. trump claims he has a plan to replace it, but when democrats asked his nominee for health secretary, congressmen tom price, if trump's claim was true, nobody in the room believed him. re
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working with you on a replacement plan for the aca, which is nearly finished and will be revealed after your confirmation, is that true? >> it's true that he said that, yes. [ laughter ] >> seth: and when it comes to policy, details are in short supply. take trump's claim that mexico will pay for the border wall. mexico has staunchly refused to do that, and today the mexican president cancelled his meeting with trump to object to the wall. so what's trump's plan to get mexico to pay for it? well, as you can imagine, the details are still a little sketchy. >> i'm just telling you there will be a payment, it will be in a form, perhaps a complicated form. [ light laughter ] >> seth: mexico is going to pay us in a complicated form? so, definitely not with money then. "bad news, mexico didn't give us any cash for the wall. good news, we have new hats." [ laughter and applause ] and then -- then there's trump's plan to ban refugees from
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predominantly muslim countries. now ban on refugees is cruel, it's unnecessary. refugees are themselves fleeing the horrors of war, and they're just as patriotic as people born here. but don't take my word for it, listen to the department of defense, which on wednesday posted to it's website, the story of corporal ali muhammad. a marine who came to the u.s. as an iraqi refugee. he joined the marines in 2014 and is now serving as a translator for a team that supports iraqi forces and their fight against isis. think about that, a refugee from a country we invaded, is now serving the u.s. marine corps. now there's a guy who deserves the biggest standing ovation since peyton manning won the super bowl. now -- [ cheers and applause ] in the end, in the end, if you were hoping trump would use the abc interview to offer a hopeful unifying message for the country, you were probably disappointed. instead, he pulled the anchor aside to show him an inauguration photo, and once again, brag about his crowd size. >> and just before we leave, the president tells us he wants to show us just one more image.
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>> one thing this shows is how far over they go here. look, look how far this is. this goes all the way down here. all the way down. nobody sees that. you don't see that in the pictures. >> seth: and remember, you also can't see the dead people. if you counted them, there would be another million easy. this has been "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with timothy olyphant, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ tiki barber running hambone!a barber shop?t hut! yes!!! surprising. yes!!! what's not surprising? how much money david saved by switching to geico.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody, and please give it up for the 8g band right over there. [ cheers and applause ] also, all this week we've had the amazing drummer from the grammy-nominated band mutemath, who are coming off a summer tour and ground-breaking e.p. collaboration with twenty one pilots. they are currently working on their next studio album, darren king, everybody. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: so wonderful to spend a week with darren. thank you for being on the show. >> thank you so much. >> seth: you guys, i'm very excited about the first guest. he stars in the netflix series, "santa clarita diet," which begins streaming february 3rd on netflix. please welcome -- >> seth. yo, seth. >> seth: oh, hey, timothy olyphant, everybody. give it up for timothy. [ cheers and applause ] tim, what are you doing? i was actually just about to introduce you.
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>> yeah, yeah, right, right. i was just wondering are you going to say, "please welcome to the show, timothy olyphant," or "please welcome to the show my good friend, timothy olyphant." [ light laughter ] >> seth: which do you prefer? >> good friend. [ light laughter ] i mean, i know technically, we're not good friends or even friends, really. lhlh they don't know that. >> seth: yeah, yeah. >> i think people like it when they think we are. >> seth: yeah, sure, whatever you want. >> although, now i'm starting to think, do you think they're going to buy it, or will they think you're saying it because i asked you to? >> seth: well, i mean, considering we're having this conversation in front of them. [ light laughter ] >> hold up! i know what to do. when i come out, we'll do our cool, secret good friend handshake. >> seth: yeah, but we don't have a cool, secret, good friend handshake. >> well, let's come up with one. >> seth: all right. so, i'm sorry. so, you want to come up with a secret handshake so we can trick the audience. >> you're smart. [ light laughter ] we should be friends.
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this. >> all right. >> seth: so, like, like? no, that will be dumb. >> seth: okay. >> just sort of like a good -- >> seth: yeah. >> blow it up. >> seth: okay. >> don't hit the face. >> seth: okay. >> bring it in. >> seth: okay. >> goes right to a hug. >> seth: okay. does it matter how many times we hit the back? >> no, just make it look cool. >> seth: okay. >> and like we've done it a billion times. >> seth: okay. >> like a billion -- make it, like, flaw, boom, boom. and make it look like we've done it 100 times, otherwise, no one's gonna buy it. >> seth: all right, fine. >> don't screw it up! don't put this much pressure on it. >> don't screw it up! >> seth: all right! everybody, please give it up for my first guest. he's a very good friend of mine, timothy olyphant. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: oh, man.
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we did that handshake down at the quarry. [ light laughter ] >> let me tell you something, [ bleep ] meyers. i can tell you stories. >> seth: oh, we are -- we are -- >> i can tell you stories. >> seth: we are good friends. >> ugh. >> seth: and i cannot tell you. >> you can -- >> seth: as a good friend, i'm so happy when i see you in new shows and "santa clarita diet" with the great drew barrymore. >> the great, the adorable, the lovely national treasure, drew barrymore. >> seth: and this is a netflix show, which is always exciting. >> yup. >> seth: and this is a show -- i want you to explain it really quickly because it is unlike, i think, anything that i've seen before. >> i appreciate you saying that. it kind of what i liked about it, you know? >> seth: yeah. >> there is always something -- it doesn't happen often, but there is something wonderful when you read something. and on one hand, it feels like nothing you've ever read before. just, i don't know what that is,
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and at the same time, so lovely, so familiar, so sort of old-fashioned, so, like, i've read this a billion times. and that contradiction -- >> seth: because it's basically -- >> like "star wars," remember? you're just like, "what the hell is that?" you're like, "i think it's the bible." >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] of course i've remember "star wars." >> this is like -- >> seth: we saw it together. [ laughter ] >> oh my god! i forgot! >> seth: '77. >> ugh. pcpc >> seth: popped a couple george brett cards in the spokes of our bikes. >> so funny. >> seth: raced there together. >> we both had the wookie costumes. >> seth: yeah, we were. it was a lot hotter than we thought it was. >> oh, my god. >> seth: we sweat our balls off. >> see, this guy almost passed out before we get to the theater. [ light laughter ] >> seth: but this is a family sitcom. in a lot of ways, it looks like a family sitcom, but there is one peel of it. >> it's the feel-good comedy of the year. >> seth: yeah. >> it's about a marriage. >> seth: yep. >> we're married. we have a teenage daughter, and she is -- drew is eating people. et
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>> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> and i'm trying to make it work. >> seth: well, you say that but it is -- think one of the great charms of the show is you are trying to make it work. that's -- >> i'm saying that because that is what the show -- i'm not making this up. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] i'm just -- >> by the way, when i say this, i really mean it. >> seth: watch it. [ laughter ] my kids are in private school and -- [ light laughter ] >> seth: but you have to -- this reality that your wife needs human flesh to survive. >> yes. >> seth: do you kind of approach that the way couples in sitcoms approach problems except this is that problem -- >> yeah, within the sandbox in which we are playing on the show, what i'm doing, i believe, is the honorable thing. >> seth: yeah. >> i want to make the -- i am trying to make it work. i want to provide and protect my wife, and, in this case, it may include killing the neighbors. [ light laughter ] >> so, but you know, so we find answers -- >> seth: right. >> i've got to figure it out. >> seth: it's a -- and now you
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have -- this is very different from the kinds of shows you starred in, certainly "deadwood," justified," two of my favorites, as you know. >> thank you. i appreciate you saying that. >> seth: and very serious. [ cheers and applause ] very serious hour-long -- >> and not just because we're friends. you really did like them. >> seth: i really genuinely liked that show, yeah. >> i really like that. >> seth: and by the way, may i stop and say i love this show. >> seth: this show? >> this show is a great show. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: thank you. >> and lately it is -- it's just amazing what you're doing. >> seth: well, thanks. it's a lot of fun to do. >> i feel bad that i haven't told you that before. [ light laughter ] >> seth: i'm glad you waited until people were watching. [ light laughter ] >> that's what good friends do. >> seth: yeah, that's what good friends do. why waste it in a room with two people? [ light laughter ] >> but, yeah, yeah. >> seth: is it nice to be doing a half-hour comedy. >> oh, my god. it's fun. >> seth: yeah. >> the hours are great. >> seth: yeah they're -- i mean -- >> that hour-drama stuff is like -- >> seth: well, they're movies. you're shooting real movies. >> they make you work really hard. >> seth: yeah. >> and that's not why people go into show business. [ light laughter ] >> seth: no, not to work hard. >> no, you got in it because it was easy, and they gave you free stuff. >> seth: oh, yeah? >> right? yeah, no, you know, well, i
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think even though "justified" was a drama, i thought of it as a comedy. >> seth: yeah, that's fair. there was a lot of great comedy in that show. >> you know, the whole -- yeah, the tone of the show and the tone of all, the elmore leonard books and the really good adaptations of people being funny, but no one's is acknowledging it. >> seth: yeah. >> and to some degree, i look at this as a flip. it's a comedy, and you think of it as a drama, you know? it was really fun. i did a bit on "the grinder" a year or two ago, which was a blast. and i thought, "ah, a half hour, i got to get me one of these." so it was nice. that worked out. >> seth: also, again, harkening back to the previous shows, very sort of rugged tough guys, sheriffs, u.s. marshals. >> i've done something brilliant. you know it. and you know this. i've spent -- i've done, for the most part of my career, i played tough guys. >> seth: yeah. >> alpha males. >> seth: yeah. >> and people are like, "well, that's clearly just him." [ laughter ] and -- [ laughter ] and now i'm playing, basically,
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away, but basically, it's a lot of me going, "honey, you can't, no." [ light laughter ] and people will be like, "oh, he's really stretching." [ laughter ] >> seth: they think you're stretching? >> my wife and kids are like, "are you kidding me? that's him." [ laughter ] >> seth: for them, you're finally, you're finally dad. >> keep this between us because if people really think you're stretching, they give you trophies. [ light laughter ] >> seth: oh, yes. this is your stretch part? >> i've done any -- this role could be more foreign to who i am as a person. [ light laughter ] >> seth: i also -- >> i mostly go to bars and get in fights. [ light laughter ] >> seth: the weird thing is -- we're talking hour drama, hour drama. >> with meyers who always has my back. >> seth: back in the day. [ cheers and applause ] >> always got my back, dude! boom! lplp >> seth: thank you. you know what i like? is back in the day when we came up with the handshake. we said, "let's keep the level of difficulty low.
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remember." >> we're two guys that appreciate, you know, keeping things simple. >> seth: keep it simple. life is supposed to be simple. >> rediscover the world. >> seth: so, this is somehow -- your half hour comedy is somehow the bloodiest of all your shows. >> it is so bloody. >> seth: it's so bloody. >> she's eating bodies. >> seth: she's eating -- but, i mean, there's -- >> here is the cool thing about drew barrymore. drew barrymore, the question we ask ourselves every episode on a daily basis is how much blood can we put on that woman and still find her adorable? [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> and the answer is as much as we've got, you just pour it on there. [ light laughter ] >> seth: and she's not -- >> and you're just like, "i still love her." >> seth: and not just blood. there was some serious vomiting in the early -- >> oh, my god. yeah, and there's the vomit. >> seth: the pilot had real vomit. >> yeah, she's a trooper. >> seth: yeah, and how are you with, like, fake blood and fake vomit? >> i'd rather not deal with it. [ light laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> yeah, i know. it's mostly her job, anyway. >> seth: okay, got you. >> again -- >> seth: she's the zombie. >> i'm like, "honey, that's" -- [ laughter ]
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that's pretty much it. >> seth: you -- this is interesting to me because you and a friend, you and a buddy back in the day, is it true you guys wanted to be talk show hosts, and you actually reached out to a network? >> this is the job. >> seth: you were -- >> this is before you and i knew each other. >> seth: got you. [ light laughter ] >> when i was in col -- it keeps giving, this bit. lll >> seth: the best bits do. >> yeah, buddy. [ cheers and applause ] when i was in college before the acting, and i was actually an art major, and i really was trying to do this thing where i thought, "i'm going to be one of these guys that doesn't talk about doing stuff. he just does it." and we won't look back and, you know. >> seth: right. >> we're trying to avoid a midlife crisis, where there's thinking ahead. >> seth: yeah. >> so in my 20's, i thought i'm gonna do stand up. and at one point, i thought i want to host a talk show. and that's -- that was the career path. just go for it. and this video exists somewhere. my roommate, i coerced him to
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doing it with me. we sent a video, an audition for a job that didn't exist that no one was asking. no one was asking for this. we sent a video to fox telling them, offering our services to host -- they were trying to get into the late night business. >> seth: yeah. >> they were trying to start their own -- >> seth: sure. >> we were like, "we got to get in on that, right?" and we sent a video saying, "we're your guy." i'm the host, and my roommate will sit on the couch, and the big selling point was all we're asking for is $100 a day. [ laughter ] >> and we thought -- i really think we thought this is going to work. >> seth: yeah. >> you know what i mean? what are they -- literally, a campaign promise now. >> seth: yeah, accept it. >> at the time it was, what do you got to lose? >> seth: right, yeah. [ light laughter ] you never heard back from the good people at fox? >> no, well -- >> seth: you're still holding out hope.
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[ laughter and applause ] >> seth: i really hope that works out. >> you never know. >> seth: thank you so much for being here, buddy. >> dude, pleasure. >> seth: timothy olyphant, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "santa clarita diet" starts streaming on netflix on february 3rd. we'll be right back with lili reinhart and camila mendes. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ if you're gonna make an entrance... [car driving upon the water] ♪
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♪ >> seth: welcome back, everybody. our next two guests star as the beloved "archie" comics characters betty cooper and veronica lodge on the new show "riverdale." new episodes air thursday nights on the cw. let's take a look.
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>> for the record, the only reason i went into that closet with archie was so that cheryl wouldn't. >> oh so you did it to protect me? >> damn straight. >> okay so nothing happened between you and archie in the closet then? yeah that's what i thought. you know archie and i were fine before you got here. >> if by fine you mean he was oblivious and you were pining after him in quiet desperation. >> we were friends at least. >> you were walking on emotional eggshells around him, scared to tell him the truth. >> you don't know me veronica. >> it is not my fault he doesn't like you. >> seth: please welcome to the show lili reinhart and camila mendes, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: hi, guys, how are you? >> hi, good, how are you. >> seth: good, i'm so happy to have you both here. congratulations on the show and you were really playing two-thirds of one of america's most famous love tgl
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and so you are veronica and you are betty. >> clearly. [ light laughter ] >> seth: yeah i guess that's true. now, but this is less -- obviously that clip was a little rivalrous but this is not a rivalry relationship. >> right, that's what we were just saying. >> that's like the one clip where we fight. [ light laughter ] but yeah, i mean that was important for when we were entering this project is that we knew these girls weren't going to be catty with each other because we've seen that and it's been done and so we wanted to bring to television girls that cared about each other and were friends and supportive. >> positive female friendships. >> seth: well there you go. that's very nice to hear. with that said -- [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> seth: i know from the comic veronica is sort of maybe snobbier, a little more difficult to be around. have you found that there is a -- before people have seen the show, is there a reaction as to what veronica is going to be and do people take it out on you? >> yeah i mean -- yes, i looked up online once, veronica the name and there was
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keweite or something and there was so much talk about veronica being a bad name. 'cause they're like oh no, she's going to be snobby. she's going to be a snooty little girl, spoiled. they're like i associate it with veronica from the comics. >> seth: i think the comics ruined veronica and i think jughead is not even a name anymore. >> no. [ light laughter ] >> of course not. >> maybe after the show though. >> seth: it was used to be a very popular -- >> it got to the show, though. [ laughter ] >> seth: and so i want to talk about a little bit of your backgrounds and where you came from. you have a very impressive first time on stage, camila. >> what do you mean? >> seth: well i heard that you were on plays, you were in plays. >> oh yes. my cranberry days. >> seth: yeah so tell me about your cranberry. >> i played a cranberry in "turkeys go on strike." >> her debut. >> it was my debut. >> seth: tell me about turkeys go on strike. >> it was third grade. i was on there with my crush, zachary. shout out to zachary. [ light laughter ] >> seth: and zachary, did he also play a cranberry? >> he was, we were both cranberries and we were really sad because we were side dishes and we were never the main
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entree. >> seth: okay. >> yeah. >> seth: so this was a serious play. >> it was -- i took it really seriously. >> seth: gotcha, and did you give your all to the cranberry? was it a musical? >> it was musical. i should give him a little taste -- of the cranberry song. >> seth: yeah do you happen remember it? ♪ i'm just a side dish on the tableof life ♪ >> seth: oh my god. [ light laughter ] this is heartbreaking. ♪ now it's time for us to be stars ♪ [ laughter ] >> seth: that's going to ruin my thanksgiving next year. [ light laughter ] >> yeah. >> seth: lili you have an incredible talent here. and i'm not even -- so you post this on instagram, you taught yourself how to do like, special effects makeup. >> yeah. >> seth: how long does it take you to do -- before i show this, how long did it take you to do this? >> that took about 30 minutes. >> seth: only 30? this is incredible to me that it took you -- that's amazing. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: that is incredible, too. >> thanks.
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>> probably 30 minutes. >> seth: oh my god. >> that's not even that impressive. >> seth: this is -- i just want to prove -- >> this is my bowie one. >> seth: that's your bowie one, that's really cool. i want to show you can also -- they're not all hyper negative choices. and then, when you do that, do you go out? >> no. [ laughter ] i don't. i mean, people say that i should but honestly, it takes me -- some of them take me a really long time, but i'll do it and then i'll take a couple pictures and check it out and be like yeah, all right, that's good and then i just take it off and go to bed. [ light laughter ] >> seth: sounds like you have some weird ocd thing. >> no, i mean, like i shouldn't be putting all that crap on my face because i have really sensitive skin so the second i take a crap load of selfies, and then i'm like all right one is good enough. >> seth: well, you're an artist. you have to use your easel. >> yes. >> seth: you have to use the easel you have. this, i want to ask you guys about this. because archie's parents are played by molly ringwald and luke perry who are incredibly huge names for a certain generation. >> i know. >> seth: you guys e
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>> seth: when you found out you were working with them, did those names mean anything to you? >> of course, i mean everyone -- >> yeah, i mean i didn't know who luke perry was. >> seth: okay. >> for me it more was like cole sprouse. >> yeah, for us it was like cole sprouse, "sweet life" we grew up with that. >> yeah. >> seth: okay now tell me something real quick, who is cole sprouse? [ laughter and applause ] >> are you joking? >> seth: i don't -- should i know who cole sprouse >> you probably know him from "big daddy." the little boy in "big daddy." >> seth: with adam sandler's? >> yeah adam sandler. >> seth: yeah, okay there you go. >> they're two blonde twins running around on disney channel. >> seth: they're adorable. >> wait, so he played twins. >> no, he is a twin. >> he's one half of a set of twins. >> seth: okay, why do you keep saying twins running around? >> because in the show "suite life of zack and cody," they're like mischievous kids. >> seth: oh gotcha. that's what i have no idea about and have never seen. >> i didn't explain that very well. >> seth: is it good? is it worth going back and watching all of "zack and cody." >> i was literally watching one today in the hotel. [ laughter ] >> it ran for so many seasons. >> it did, it was like eight years. >> seth: eight years?
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zack or cody?>> ihink it was mu. [ laughter ] >> seth: well i hope the same outcome will happen with betty and veronica. thank you guys so much for being here. congratulations on the show. >> yeah. >> seth: such a pleasure talking to both of you. give it up for lili reinhart and camila mendes everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "riverdale" premieres thursday nights on the cw. we'll be back with more "late night." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ even when you know where you're going... ♪ it still matters how you get there. ♪ the lexus line of luxury suvs. giving you the power to make your own way. ♪ pain from chest congestion whecan make this...d,
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. this weekend, millions of women marched in cities across america and around the world to protest donald trump's presidency.
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writers, amber and jenny. [ cheers and applause ] >> hey, hey. hi, seth. >> the women's march was inspiring, and a lot of people are asking, "how do we keep all that momentum from sizzling out? what's the next step?" >> well, good news. we got the answer right here. ♪ i may not be the loudest but i have a voice and i have a body so i have a choice ♪ ♪ when all women unite then it's time to rejoice and now the next step is clear ♪ ♪ the next step is oh so clear ♪ ♪ so many women came from both far and near ♪ ♪ that the goddess of sisterhood shut off that tier ♪ ♪ we looked into our souls and the next step appeared ♪ the next step is
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♪ la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la ♪ >> seth: sorry to interrupt you guys. it's a beautiful song. >> what. >> seth: it's a beautiful song, i'm and sorry to interrupt. but you just keep saying the next step, which would be very helpful to hear, but you just aren't saying what that is. >> oh, we have ourselves an eager beaver here. oh, okay. well, the next step is coming up right now. ♪ so we did it with strength we did it without violence ♪ ♪ we showed the world we will not be silenced and here comes the next step ♪ ♪ get ready to hear the next step you're going to flip when you hear this next step ♪ ♪ la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la la ♪ [ laughter ] >> seth: sorry, guys. again, i reallu apologize. it's such a beautiful song. but i thought the point of the song was to tell everybody the next step, and i think i speak for all of us when i would love to get to the step.
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>> the man wants the steps. >> well, let's give him the steps. ♪ so sit down and google elected officials there and write down the name of your elected official ♪ >> seth: finally. ♪ then fold it into a big paper airplane and fly it right into the sun ♪ >> seth: no. ♪ into the flaming hot sun ♪ >> seth: guys, seriously, serious. just quiet down. quiet down, please. ♪ la la la la la la la la la la ♪ [ laughter ] >> seth: no, no, no, no, no. no, i didn't mean that. it's just -- guys, and again, i apologize. it's a beautiful song. it's so beautiful. but admit you don't know what the next step is. >> of course we do. it's -- ♪ la la la la la [ laughter ] >> seth: it can't be la, la, la, la. it's not a step. nobody knows what to do with that step. we're gonna have to go to commercial. >> oh, okay, okay, okay. seth, your right. there is no one next step. there are five. >> seth: there are? >> yes, just let us finish. >> seth: okay, fine, happily. ♪ step one ♪ send your senator a postcard with your concerns ♪ step two ♪ call your representatives as much as you can ♪ ♪ step three ♪ make sure your all friends
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: tonight's musical guest is a grammy-winning and multi-platinum selling singer, songwriter who released her new album "the ride" this march. debuting her new song "cold, hard truth." please welcome to the show nelly furtado, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ it's been a long time coming, coming, coming ♪ ♪ feeling your presence hovering hovering, hovering ♪ ♪ time that i finally said something something something ♪ ♪ you're not gonna take this one lying down but the cold hard truth is i can make it without you ♪
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♪ and the cold hard truth i've been waiting and waiting and as i fly away you cry your life away ♪ ♪ cause you and i were meant we were meant to be alone alone, we were meant to be alone, alone ♪ ♪ it's been a long time honey, honey, honey ♪ ♪ you shouldn't laugh it's not funny funny funny after i'm done i feel lovely lovely, lovely ♪ ♪ although i feel naked sudden, suddenly ♪ ♪ and as i fly away you cry your life away ♪ ♪ cause you and i were meant we were meant to be alone alone, we were meant to be
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alone ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ but the cold hard truth is i can make it without you and the cold hard truth is i've been waiting too long ♪ and the cold hard truth is i can make it without you and the cold hard truth is i've been waiting forever ♪ ♪ and as i fly away you cry your life away ♪ ♪ cause you and i were meant we were meant yeah yeah ♪ ♪ but the cold hard truth is i can make it without you and the cold hard truth is i've been waiting too long ♪ ♪ but the cold hard truth is i can make it without you and the cold hard truth is we were meant to be alone ♪ ♪ alone, we were meant to be alone, alone we were meant to be alone alone yeah yeah ♪
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♪ we were meant to be alone alone, alone ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: nelly furtado, everybody.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: my thanks to timothy olyphant, lili reinhart, camila mendes, nelly furtado, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] darren king, 8g band. stay tuned for carson daly. we'll see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ >> carson: and good evening, welcome to "last call" from skylark here in new york city. i'm your host carson daly, thank you for being here tonight. got a good one, coming up the thermals are going to rock

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