tv Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC February 28, 2017 12:37am-1:37am EST
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- matthew broderick, star of "bones," actor david boreanaz, music from regina spektor, featuring the 8g band with vinnie colaiuta. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers, this is, "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] good to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. over 30 million americans watched the oscars last night. including one who said he didn't, but you know he did. [ laughter ]
"moonlight" won the oscar for best picture last night after the award was mistakenly presented to "la la land" due to an envelope mixup. yet another embarrassing defeat for perennial loser ryan gosling. [ laughter ] that's right, "moonlight" won best picture last night at the academy awards. while the award for most pictures went to gary from chicago. [ cheers and applause ] give it up for gary, everybody. president trump today once again denied any ties to moscow, saying he hasn't called russia in ten years. but that doesn't mean he hasn't texted. [ laughter ] president trump today said, quote, "nobody knew that health care could be so complicated." "i knew," said a woman punching a tree in the woods. [ laughter ] white house press secretary sean spicer recently checked his aides' cell phones to ensure they weren't communicating with reporters and leaking information to the press.
and while he didn't find the leaker, he did learn he's in everyone's phone as, "hungover peyton manning." [ laughter ] ate too much papa john's. a new study has been published providing more evidence that straight women have fewer orgasms than men during sex. still no word why that study was stuck on my fridge. [ laughter ] really passive aggressive, i thought. today was national kahlua day. celebrate by having a white russian -- interfere with your election. [ laughter ] a new study suggests that not all psychopaths are bad. "thank you," said people who pour the milk in before the cereal. an orange alligator recently discovered in north carolina has been named donnie, after president trump. not to be confused with the
president trump. [ laughter and applause ] president trump said today he is going to save people from obamacare. kind of like how that iceberg rescued the titanic from having to go to new york. [ laughter ] a new gym will open in san francisco that encourages people to smoke marijuana while exercising. i'm sorry, but if i'm smoking weed, these are the only crunches i'm doing. [ laughter ] that's right, a new jim will encourage people to smoke marijuana while exercising. "hey, can you spot me, bro?" yeah, you're right there. [ laughter ] consider yourself spotted. [ light laughter ] we got a great show for you tonight, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] he is starring in the new group's production of, "evening at the talkhouse," at the pershing square signature center, here in new york
matthew broderick is back on the show, one of our favorites. [ cheers and applause ] you know him from fox's "bones." david boreanaz is on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and we have music from an incredible singer-songwriter and pianist, regina spektor is here everybody. [ cheers and applause ] fantastic evening for us tonight. we mentioned it briefly, but so much, so much happened in the oscars, last night we couldn't possibly fit it in the monologue. so here with a recap is one of our writers, amber ruffin, in a segment we call, "amber says 'what?'" ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> yay! thanks, seth! first off, last night's oscars were insane! the dresses alone had me like, "what?" and, "what?" and "what!?" [ laughter ] dwayne "the rock" johnson was looking perfect in his velvet jacket. and had everybody like, "what?" [ laughter ] then the girl from, "moana" sang that song and it was so beautiful, and i was like
"what?" then she got hit upside the head with one of those waves and i was like, "wha-ha-ha-hat!?" [ laughter ] and then they did the in memoriam, and i was like, "what?" and it turned out they made a mistake and one of those people is still alive. [ laughter ] and you know she was watching the oscars and saw herself in the in memoriam and was like, "what?" [ laughter ] then warren beatty opened the envelope for best picture and was looking at the card like, "what? what, wait, what?" [ laughter ] then faye dunaway was like, "la la land!" [ laughter ] so they went up there and gave their speech, and they were like "what what what. what, what, what, what, what." but i was at home like, "this is what?" i felt like when adele won over beyonce for best album. [ audience ohs ] yeah. then they were like, "the actual winner of this award is, 'moonlight!'"
[ laughter ] then, "moonlight," accepted the oscar like "what-what!" then ryan gosling is like, "what -- ever, i'm still ryan gosling." [ laughter ] this has been, "amber says, 'what!'" [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: amber ruffin, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] now, before we move on, president trump will address congress for the first time on tuesday to discuss his agenda. which could be difficult, since his agenda so far has consisted largely of complaints about the media. for more on this, it as time for "a closer look." ♪ >> seth: before we get to that, though, it's the day after the oscars. which means it's time for the annual ritual of conservative pundits complaining about the oscars. former arkansas governor mike huckabee who took a stab at humor with this tweet, "watch the celebs spew ignorant political venom at oscars? nah, i think i'd rather have a colonoscopy. both happen from the same location." same location?
so if anyone looked disappointed last night, it's not because they lost. it's beause the spent the night, i guess, inside mike huckabee's asshole? [ laughter ] but more importantly, president trump is set to give his first address to congress tomorrow, outlining his agenda for the country. today at the white house, he previewed some of the things we can expect to hear. and as is customary for any trump appearance, it was a little all over the place. for example trump previewed a new infrastructure plan, not by explaining it's benefits, but by describing his trip through the lincoln tunnel. >> our highways, our bridges are unsafe. our tunnels, we have tunnels in new york where the tiles are on the ceiling and you see many tiles missing. and you wonder, you're driving 40 miles per hour, 50 miles per hour through a tunnel. and i say to myself, ever time i drive through, i wonder how many people are hurt or injured where they're driving at 40, 50 miles per hour through a tunnel and the tile falls off. and there's so many missing tiles. [ laughter ]
per hour is too fast to drive through a tunnel. so tell your driver to slow the [ bleep ] down. [ laughter ] second of all, it's the lincoln tunnel. even with all the tiles, it's going to be lousy. don't waste money beautifying lost causes. [ as trump ] "we're also going to make all the rats in the subway wear tuxedos. so that's going to really class up that operation." [ laughter ] trump also talked briefly about one of the most anticipated topics in tomorrow's speech, health care. republican's are moving forward with a plan to repeal obamacare, and yet it's unclear what if anything they'll replace it with. and trump basically seemed to admit the problem was an a little tougher to deal with than he anticipated. >> we have come up with a solution that's really, really, i think very good. now i have to tell you. it's an unbelievably complex subject. nobody knew that health care could be so complicated. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] >> seth: nobody knew health care could be so complicated? the only way that sentence could be more terrifying is if you heard it just as the anesthesia was kicking in. [ laug ]
then there's the question of what kind of tone we can expect from trump's speech tomorrow. up to now, when trump has discussed actual policy, he usually does so in bleak terms. as he did in his inaugural address. and today in a rare public appearance on "the today show," former president george w. bush was asked about the bleak tone of trump's remarks, and didn't seem to take it all too seriously. >> you sat at the inauguration, you listened to president trump's inaugural address. and he talked about american carnage. >> yeah. [ chuckles ] >> and the fact -- [ laughter ] >> seth: he's either laughing at the phrase "american carnage" or remembering how much trouble he had at the inauguration with his poncho. [ laughter ] but of course the main problem with trump preparing to talk about his agenda tomorrow, is that for the first month of his presidency, his agenda has consisted mostly of attacks on the media. attacks he repeated yet again this weekend. bush was asked about those attacks and replied with what was widely seen as a rebuke to trump. >> i consider the media to be indispensable to democracy.
media to hold people like me to account. i mean, power can be very addictive, and it can be corrosive, and it's important for the media to call to account people who abuse their power. >> seth: it's amazing that that basic platitude about democracy and a free press is now considered a brave criticism of our president. soon people are going to start referring to this w. moment as a soaring call for national unity. >> i know that human beings and fish can co-exist peacefully. [ laughter ] >> seth: he was the first president to bravely call for a truce between human and fish. [ laughter ] who knew that two decades later a squid would be working in the white house. [ cheers and applause ] so that's where we are right now. just saying that a free press is vital to democracy is now considered a brave statement. and it's because donald trump won't stop whining about the media. like on friday, in a speech to
the conservative political action conference, trump claimed as he has repeatedly that when the press reports negative stories about him, and cites unnamed sources, they're making those stories up. and those sources don't actually exist. >> they have no sources. they just make them up when they have none. i saw one story recently where they said, "nine people have confirmed." there were no nine people. i don't believe there was one or two people. nine people. and i said give me a break. 'cause i know the people. i know who they talked to. there were no nine people. but they say nine people. and somebody reads it, and they thing "oh, nine people. they have nine sources." they make up sources. >> seth: he's so sure it's not nine people. [ laughter ] [ as trump ] "there can't be nine sources because we haven't even hired nine people yet. the only people who work at the white house are, me, spicy, kellyanne, fredrick douglas, and that guy who's always telling me to shut my [ bleep ] mouth. he's a bad dude. he scares me, that guy." [ laughter ] but this claim trump keeps making that the media justes
up sources to publish fake news, doesn't even make sense according to trump's own logic. because while he claims the press is making up fake sources, he also claims that there are real leakers in the federal government, and that the real leakers should be caught and punished. like when he tweeted on friday, "the fbi is totally unable to stop the national security leakers. classified information is being given to media that could have a devastating effect on u.s. find now!" [ laughter ] this whole leak thing is turning trump into tarzan, "find now! leaks bad! melania wife! where melania? trump sad!" [ laughter ] but despite trumps claims that the media makes up source, his white house seems to think the leaks are very real. so real that they've become paranoid about them, leading white house press secretary sean spicer to try to crack down. >> according to politico, press secretary sean spicer met with about a dozen of his communication staffers last week to voice frustration over recent leaks. in that meeting, staffers were reportedly told um
government issued and personal phones for a phone check to prove they had nothing to hide. >> seth: but really, the best part of this story is this. spicer also warned the group of more problems if news of the phone checks and the meeting about leaks was leaked to the media. [ laughter ] so, spicer tried to crack down on leaks, by holding a meeting about leaks, warning people not to leak about the meeting about the leaks. and then his warning about the leaks was leaked to the media. [ laughter ] it's like they're trying to bail out a sinking rowboat with a spaghetti strainer. [ laughter ] and in addition to attacking the media and cracking down on leaks, trump also announced on saturday that he would not attend the annual white house correspondents dinner this year. white house spokes person, sarah huckabee sanders explained his decision this way. >> it's kind of naive of us to think that we can all walk no a room for a couple hours and pretend that the tension isn't there. you know, one of the things we say in the south. if a girl scout egged your house, would you buy cookies from her? >> seth: okay. one of the things ay
north is, if a girl scout eggs your house, it might be time to take a look in the mirror. in fairness her father is mike huckabee, so it's possible that girl scouts did possibly throw eggs at her house. "your tweets suck dude!" [ laughter ] even in small ways, trump's distanced himself from the press. on saturday for example, he ditched a group of reporters who were supposed to cover all the president's movements, and went to dinner at his hotel in d.c. but a reporter who made a reservation near trump observed his dinner and wrote about what he saw. for example, at around 8:45, a waiter told the reporter, the president ordered a well-done steak, an aged new york strip. he ate it with ketchup, as he always does. at one point, the president looked at his watch and remarked, "they're filming 'saturday night live' right now. can't wait to see what they're gonna do to me this week." okay. he ordered a well-done steak and put ketchup on it. and he thinks that snl is filmed at 8:45. we've officially elected everybody's grandpa. [ laughter ] maybe the weirdest anecdote from the evening was this story about a trump fan who briefly spoke to
one woman shouts at him, "donald, it's my birthday!" trump stops and says, "happy birthday." as he hugs the elated woman. "how 'bout a birthday present, let's take a photo," he says to her. afterwards telling the woman she looks very young and has great skin. great skin? that's like something buffalo bill would say to one of his victims. [ laughter ] "you have great skin. put the ketchup in the basket." tomorrow's a huge opportunity for trump. he has a chance to sell americans on his agenda rather than whine about the free press. and he'll have the weight of history on his shoulders. after all, he'll have to live up to inspiring words like this. >> i know that human beings and fish can coexist peacefully. >> seth: this has been "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with matthew broderick, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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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 ] also sitting in with us all week. he's a drumming legend who's highly influential and world renowned playing can be heard with such iconic artists like, frank zappa, herbie hancock, sting, and jeff beck to name just a few.
[ cheers and applause ] thanks so much for being here. our first guest tonight is a tony award winning actor you know from films like, "ferris bueller's day off," "election," and "glory." he stars in the new group's off production -- off-broadway production of "evening at the talk house" which is playing at the pershing square signature center. please welcome back to the show, our friend matthew broderick, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: how are you? >> i'm pretty good. i'm pretty good. >> seth: i'm so happy to have you here. >> me too. >> seth: so, we've talked about your friendship with kenneth lonergan before, on the show. >> yeah. >> seth: he wrote and directed "manchester by the sea." >> that's right. >> seth: and he won -- a film you were in. and you were wonderful in. >> thank you. >> seth: and he won an oscar, for the screenplay. was that exciting for you? >> it sure was. >> seth: yeah. >> yeah, it was amazing. >> seth: you've known him since you guys were kids. >> since we were 15. >> seth: that's pretty great. >> we went to high school together. we did
school. and he's all grown-up now. >> seth: yeah. >> he won an academy award. >> seth: he won an academy award. yet you made the observation -- >> and i didn't. yeah. >> seth: you -- you didn't. yeah. >> yeah. >> seth: because i feel -- were you not even nominated last night. >> no, i was not. oh, yeah, no i wasn't. yeah, i should say. >> seth: but you've noticed that he writes -- because you've been in his films before. he writes a certain kind of character for you to play. >> well i noticed recently -- somebody asked me, they were like, "you've been in all three of his movies." he's done three so far. and i was like -- and i do always seem to play an asshole. >> seth: yeah. >> but yeah, i don't know if you're allowed to use that word. >> seth: yeah, you can use that word. >> okay. >> seth: i mean you can use it because there's no other way to describe the people you play. >> he -- it's what he sees that in me. >> seth: yeah. >> and that's it. >> seth: you -- i saw you giving him an award earlier this year, the national board of review. >> mm-hmm. >> seth: and you were saying -- are you worried that winning an award like this will go to kenny's head? >> yeah, well i asked kenny, you know. it's 'cause, you know, we've grown to like this slightly curmudgeonly kenny. >> seth: yeah. >> you know he's miserable. he's supposed to be like
and i thought if he won too many awards he'd get all happy. >> seth: yeah. >> so i told him i was worried about that. and he said, "no that's not going to happen." >> seth: okay, good. he's going to stick to it. >> not so -- not so far. >> seth: we'll have to -- you'll have to check in and let me know how the oscar affected it. or if he's -- >> yeah, right now he's just like, "hi, everybody!" >> seth: hi! >> hi! >> seth: "i'm kenny lonergan i don't have a care in the world." >> yeah. great, to see you, yeah. yeah. >> seth: i want to ask about your play. so this is a play where in the beginning of the show you mingle with the audience. >> yeah. >> seth: because it's about a theater group getting together. >> mm-hmm. >> seth: so, obviously, it must be exciting for audience members to see you right next to them and -- and you talk to them, yeah? >> kind of. yeah. it's set in a club where everybody's having a reunion, and the audience is invited to come and mix on the set with us for about 10 or 15 minutes before the show. and so the idea was that it would feel like we were all in a club together, with the audience. >> seth: yeah. >> but it doesn't always feel exactly like that. [ laughter ]
sea.'" >> seth: yeah. >> and i say, "thank you." you know? and i don't know if i'm in character or i'm me. >> seth: yeah. >> guy the other day came up said, "i want to -- we want to put you and your wife into the manhattan jewish hall of fame." [ light laughter ] >> seth: wow. >> thank you. and he said -- and he said, "here's the card." you know. "and i wrote on it where you should call to do this." and i put the card in my pocket. the play was about to start, and i was like, "wait, i have somebody's card in my pocket." >> seth: yeah. >> "i'm doing a play here." so i -- >> seth: i also like that you then have to call. [ light laughter ] and then say, "hi, i'm calling about --" >> yeah, "was it true that --" yeah, yeah. >> seth: oh, please don't let this be a horrible prank. >> i hope i didn't imagine the whole thing, yeah. yeah. >> seth: that would be the best. if you called up and you're like, "hi, matthew broderick." >> no. >> seth: "he hasn't -- there's no such thing, goodbye!" you're a dummy. >> yeah, i never heard of it before. >> seth: the manhattan jewish hall of fame. >> i've never heard of it. >>h:
jewish hall of fame. like, why? where else? >> you said that. i didn't say that. >> seth: no, yeah. i don't want to ruin it for you. i don't want to blow this for you. >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: it's a -- you've played, obviously, in big theaters, smaller theaters. is this -- where does this fit on the scale? >> this is little. >> seth: okay. >> it's 200 seats. >> seth: okay. >> yeah if this appearance goes well. which it's -- if we sell two more seats, it's just sold out. >> seth: yeah, that's great. >> so yeah. but they're really right there, the audience, like much closer than you guys for your viewers at home can't tell, but they're a little -- they're really close. >> seth: and so can you -- is that the biggest. >> like, you. it's like you almost. >> seth: it's like this close? >> almost, sometimes. >> seth: and so obviously, you can see my expression now. >> i can see their face -- i can see if they're enjoying it, if they're bored. >> seth: uh-huh. >> if they talk to their friend. i can see all of it. >> seth: wow. >> and this is a pose that means "they don't like it." [ light laughter ] yeah. i don't like that. when i see that. i like this. >> seth: oh, yeah, that's good. that's someone who's rapt. >> yes. >> seth:
>> this is um -- [ laughter ] yeah. >> seth: and yeah, do -- >> but most people like it. >> seth: yeah, that's good. of course. yeah, give a look again. we just need two more. >> yeah, just need two. >> seth: it's like -- >> yeah. >> seth: we just need one or two guys that are looking down there. >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: honestly that's -- your wife, sarah jessica parker. >> mm-hmm. >> seth: she -- is she helpful being a fellow actor? does she give you feedback on stuff? >> yes, very helpful. this tiem particularly. she was -- it was a hard part to learn. and she came to a whole bunch of previews and was amazing, actually, and, you know, she can criticize me sometimes and i allow that. >> seth: okay, that's nice. >> and -- >> seth: well then you need to be open to criticism. >> you have to have some people -- >> seth: yeah. >> who can say, "stop stuttering. it's like a thing you do, and it's fake." [ laughter ] because most of your friends say, "you were great." >> seth: yeah, of course. >> yeah but -- they don't necessarily mean it. and somebody has to be able to say, "this would be better if you didn't do that." >> seth: so, that's helpful. it's good. i'm very like --
life? >> seth: i trust my wife. she's excellent counsel. >> does she -- what does she say is wrong with you? >> seth: um. [ laughter ] i will say this. she does this a lot. [ laughter and applause ] >> yeah. yeah. >> seth: that's good. uh-huh. and then you do a very long monologue at the beginning of the show. >> yeah. >> seth: and that must be always daunting. >> yeah. >> seth: but yet when you were -- "brighton beach memoir", how old are you when you did that? >> i was 20, 20 years old. >> seth: and that's a neil simon -- >> neil simon play. and i had many monologues in that. not as long as this -- this one i -- starts with like a 15 minute -- just me talking. >> seth: wow. >> so that was frightening. and after you've had the guy ask you about the jewish hall of fame, it's hard to remember all of that. >> seth: yeah. >> but, um -- >> seth: 'cause you're thinking, "do you get a bust? how does it work?" >> how would -- yeah? >> seth: do you have to make a speech? do they give you like gold jackets, like the football hall am
>> and do you -- are you a lifetime member? or do you have to do something? >> seth: right. >> yeah, so in "brighton beach memoirs", i had a bunch of speeches and i would sometimes forget my lines a little bit. but then i'd fix it, you know, and get it -- basically get it right. >> seth: yeah. >> and neil simon who wrote it came backstage and he said, "you know, it's okay when you make a little mistake, i don't mind. you know i love you. and don't worry about making mistakes. but i don't think you should say 'oh, no, that's not right.'" [ laughter ] >> seth: that's a little letting the audience behind the curtain. >> yeah, i was 20 years old, so i would be in the middle of a speech and i'd go, "no, no, no, that's not it." [ light laughter ] but i would say it out loud. i thought it was inside my head. >> seth: oh, really? so you didn't know you were saying it out loud. >> no. >> seth: oh. >> anytime i'd made a mistake, "no, that's not quite right. that's not quite right." >> seth: i -- my first year on "snl." there's reruns where, if i was in a sketch that i wrote. >> mm-hmm. >> seth: when the other person was talking i'm going like this -- >> moving your lip
>> seth: the stage manager had to like get my attention. and go, "stop it, you're talking." >> see there you had somebody to tell you. >> seth: yeah, i had a very helpful person. >> that you were doing wrong. >> seth: yeah. >> yeah. >> seth: i'm very excited about this because "people versus o.j." was such a fantastic show, last year. by ryan murphy. >> yes. >> seth: and he's doing it again. and this is about katrina. >> yeah. >> seth: and you're going to play mike brown, right? >> yes. yeah. >> seth: brownie. >> brownie, you know -- >> seth: brownie, yeah. >> you're doing a heck of a job brownie. >> seth: yeah. >> yeah. >> seth: and -- did you -- other than that, i mean that was like my memory of him, is that. >> yeah. >> seth: did you know more about him? or have you learned more about him since? >> i didn't, but i've since, you know, looked him up and read half of one article about him. >> seth: oh, there you go. >> that's the kind of research that i do. >> seth: an actor prepares. yeah, yeah. >> when i am going to work. >> seth: sure. >> it's tireless. >> seth: yeah. >> and it's not as simple as that, from what i make out. >> seth: right. >> you know, he did his best, i think. >> seth: uh-huh. >> i mean, i know. my god -- i'm so scared playing a real person, you know. >> seth: yeah. >> i've never really done that. >> seth: well you --
>> no, and even if they're real by the time i get through with them -- >> seth: yeah. >> they're not very real. >> seth: was "the producers" not real? >> that was real. >> seth: oh, okay, yeah. >> and i've played real people who have died 100 years ago. >> seth: oh, that's easy. >> yeah, but somebody -- >> seth: yeah, you don't have to worry about that. who's really going to be watching and saying, "i never said that." >> seth: yeah. >> that's an interesting problem. >> seth: not as bad -- not as tough as his problems. >> no, but he was, it was much more complicated. >> seth: of course. >> but that one sentence, sort of you know. >> seth: and he didn't ask. >> trapped him. >> seth: he didn't ask for that sentence to be said about him. >> he did not, at all. and he knew things were going poorly. >> seth: yeah. >> and he was desperately trying to fix them, i think. so -- >> seth: well, i'm looking forward to seeing that. >> i am, too. >> seth: i think it's in very capable hands. and it's always -- >> and it's film. so i can actually see the thing, you know. i'll appear in it and then i can watch it. >> seth: oh that's exciting. >> yeah. >> seth: oh, right, because you can't do that with your play. >> no i can't. >> seth: yeah. >> yeah. >> seth: i'll try to see it and then i'll let you know how great it was to watch. >> thank you. >> seth: it's always so wonderful to have you back here. thanks you so much. >> i'm always happy to be here. >> seth: give it up for matthew broderick, everybody! "evening at the talk house" is in
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♪ [cheers and applause] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. our next guest stars in the popular series "bones." you can watch the twelfth and final season tuesday nights on fox. let's take a look. >> so, how's brennan? >> well, she's, you know, giving her history and all. she's a lot tougher than she should be. let me know when the elder sister gets here. >> booth. >> yeah. >> there's nothing that you could have done. >> yeah, maybe a
could have done. >> seth: please welcome to the show, david boreanaz, everybody. [cheers and applause] ♪ ♪ >> seth: how are you? >> that was very funny. thank you. i didn't know what i was doing in that clip. >> seth: yeah. >> because it just said, i don't know what to do. >> seth: yeah. >> so i don't even know what i did. i'm sorry though, for those who have not seen that or about to see that. i apologize for whatever i do. >> seth: yeah, the good news is it didn't give anything away. you just said, "i don't know." >> it was very mysterious. >> seth: it was very mysterious. i'm going to check it out. >> are you? >> seth: yeah, well now. >> tell me what i do. >> seth: yeah, i'm going to tell you. >> call me, text me. whatever it s.
>> 12 seasons. i know, it's unbelievable. thank you. yeah. >> seth: did you -- i'm always curious about this. i did 12 years on a show. >> okay. >> seth: and when it comes up, like, you just realize, oh that's a lot of time. like you change -- like when you watch all the episodes of "bones" -- >> i did 12 years on the show. >> seth: i did 12 years on "snl" so that was -- >> oh, you were on "snl"? >> seth: yeah. isn't that crazy. yeah, i was. [ laughter ] i was -- >> what did you do? >> seth: i was often like a waiter in the back. >> oh! >> seth: i did stuff like that. >> that's kind of cool. >> seth: when you watch old "bones", though, do you find yourself like -- what is your eye drawn to? >> the hair. >> seth: yeah. >> it's always the hair. when you look at like past shows, it's like, what? you can just tell, it's either the color's wrong, the cut's wrong or something's just not adding up. or like the crown in the back is like sticking up or -- >> seth: you didn't make any like -- >> and it looks just bizarre. >> seth: you didn't make any like giant hair decision over the course of your time in the show. there wasn't like a year where you had a man bun or anything. right? >> i couldn't do a man bun thing, no. casey affleck does thary
>> seth: very well. >> yeah. he's now the hair bun dude. >> seth: he's taken over from shia. i think shia used to be the hair bun -- >> no, no major drastic things. cut a little bit shorter. but when you look back, it's like, who look at the -- i mean it's like 12 seasons. when we first started, we didn't have iphones. my little -- my boy who was two and half at the time had one of those box cameras. do they even exist? one of those small, little, disposable boxed cameras. he was taking pictures of me by the fountain. i'm like -- i look back and i'm like that doesn't exist. he had like a giant thing with like a light. he would pop a picture. >> seth: so now he's, what 14? >> he's 14. >> seth: your daughter nine? >> she's going to be nine. >> seth: are they excited to have you back home now that you've wrapped? >> it's not good. i'm a very obsessive compulsive guy. it's a little bit of a disorder that i'm kind of coming to grips with right now. so i'm like moving things around a lot, demanding certain things. i've been fighting my appliances
manic, and i've had a run in with the washing machine. >> seth: oh, really? >> it's this smell. i can't figure out where this smell is coming from, you know. it started -- and i thought it was my son's hockey gear. and then i'm like smelling inside the tub itself, and i'm like, this is really nasty. because what else am i going to do? i'm not shooting "bones" anymore. so i might as well just attack the washing machine. >> seth: your kids ever scream, we wish "bones" had a 13th season! >> no, but my wife does. [ laughter ] so literally, we called up the repairman, who is a very nice russian man. very nice, very nice. but i think that they run the whole repair thing out there in los angeles, i call them the washing machine mafia, to say the least. >> seth: not the worst thing. >> no, not really. it's so popular these days, so i might as well call it the russian washing machine, right? so he comes over, he says no, i don't know price. i look at the washing machine here, looks, uh, spin cycle not good. have to repair the whole drum. mi
i'm like alright, so now i've got to buy a new washer, he's like $175, please. i'm like for what? for my visit. i'm okay. so i paid $175, now i'm like i got to get rid of the washing machine 'cause i got to get rid of the smell. >> seth: yeah. >> i get rid of the washing machine, and guess what? the freakin' smell is back. >> seth: oh my god. >> how i -- now i got to figure out what's behind the pipes, i got to do mold test. >> seth: this is a nightmare. >> [ bleep ] disaster! >> seth: yeah! >> can i say that? they're going to cut that out. they'll cut it out. >> seth: it's going to say like, it's a fantastic disaster. >> it's a really good -- >> seth: yeah. >> fantastic. [ laughter ] >> so i'm away, i'm like, you know, i got to get out now, and finish with the -- i'm done fighting with the appliance, but i've got a date this week with the repairman, with the plumber. so i'll tell you how that goes. >> seth: good. there we go. there's a lot going on. i want to ask this, because we share something in common. steelers fans! >> yes. >> seth: you have accomplished something in your youth that i could only dream of. you were a ball boy for the steelers. >> i was. >> seth: how old? what's the age of a ball boy? >> between the ages of 14-16, possibly.
really kind of kicking in. raging. you're just excited to get away. so i went -- i was ball boy for the pittsburgh steelers. their campus is in st. vincent college. latrobe, pa. >> seth: yep. >> rolling rock. >> yep. >> you know, mickey's big mouth. >> seth: these are great -- these are all things. yep. >> malt liquor. [ laughter ] these are all good things. for like those hormones. so we took care of all the laundry, picking up the -- >> seth: oh this is so -- the washing machine, your current washing machine, you're working through your past, david, don't you see? >> i am. there's a theme here. >> seth: you have unfinished business. >> i'm going to be a washing machine guy in my future. >> seth: that smell -- that smell that you're smelling, it's the past. [ laughter ] >> i must let that go. i have to let that go, really. so i did a lot of just like hanging out with the ball players, and watching them come in late from curfew. and you know, it was like the girls were in, you know, summer school there, so i'm like, hey, i don't work as a ball boy. i'm with the steelers.
like why are you wearing yellow shorts and a white top? it just doesn't -- oh, i just worked out. >> seth: yeah. >> i'm good. so then, you know, ended up getting her number and it was good. >> seth: all right, that's good. >> good talk. >> seth: there you go. i like that you used it to pick up girls. >> well, there was no malt liquor involved. it was just clean fun. we worked out in the training room with jack lambert. >> seth: wow. >> yeah. >> seth: oh, my goodness. >> you remember those guys? >> seth: i do remember those guys. >> mark malone was the quarterback. >> seth: yep, i remember mark malone. >> hit him in the face with a football. >> seth: well, there you go. living the dream. >> i was living the dream and fixing washing machines, my friend. >> seth: there you go, it becomes full circle. thank you so much for being here. >> thanks for having me i appreciate it. >> seth: david boreanaz, everybody. "bones," aires tuesday nights on fox. we'll be right back with music from regina spektor. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ to feel this special... ...you need to eat this special. kellogg's special k... ...made with whole grains and fiber
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>> seth: tonight's musical guest is a talented pianist and singer/songwriter. her headlining tour kicks off this monday. including a stop at new york's radio city music hall on march 11th. performing "the trapper and the furrier" please welcome to the show, regina spektor. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ the trapper and the furrier went walking through paradise m ♪ and all the animals lay clawless and toothless before them ♪ ♪ and all the mothers stepped away from their babies ♪ ♪ leaving them open and easy to handle the trapper
and the furrier ♪ ♪ went walking through paradise they took some for now ♪ ♪ and they got some for later and they marveled at the pelts ♪ ♪ not a bullet-hole in 'em and they filled up the cages with pets for their children ♪ ♪ what a strange strange world we live in where the good are damned and the wicked forgiven ♪ ♪ what a strange strange world we live in those who don't have lose those who got get given ♪ ♪ more more more more the owner and the manager went walking through paradise ♪ ♪ and all their shelves were filled with awards and achievements ♪
♪ and on every corner a power presentation and on every floor an army of workers ♪ ♪ the owner and the manager went walking through paradise ♪ ♪ and all their charts showed so much promise and progress ♪ ♪ no sick days no snow days no unions no taxes ♪ ♪ and they wandered towards home kings of their castles ♪ ♪ what a strange strange world we live in where the good are damned and the wicked forgiven ♪ ♪ what a strange strange world we live in those who don't have lose those who got get given ♪ ♪ more more more more
the lawyer and the pharmacist went walking through paradise ♪ ♪ and all the sick were around them with fevers unbreaking ♪ ♪ crying and bleeding and coughing and shaking ♪ ♪ and arms outstretched prescription collecting ♪ ♪ the lawyer and the pharmacist went walking through paradise ♪ ♪ pressed suits in the courtroom aroma of chloroform ♪ ♪ and they smiled at the judge dispositions so sunny ♪ ♪ 'cause they didn't have the cure but sure needed the money ♪ ♪ what a strange strange world we live in where the good are damned and the wicked forgiven ♪
♪ what a strange strange world we live in those who don't have lose those who got get given ♪ ♪ more more more more more more more more more more more more more more more more ♪ ♪ more more more more more more more more ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: regina spektor, everybody. the album "remember us to life" is out now. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ]
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