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>> announcer:from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- chat and pizza making with martha stewart. from "the girl on the train," actress haley bennett. featuring the 8g band with stanton moore. ?? [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, everybody. i'm seth meyers, this is "late night?" how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that's great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. well, it looks like this year we can all claim donald trump as a dependent.
documents showing donald trump reported a $916 million loss on his 1995 tax returns which may have been a substantial enough loss to allow trump to not pay taxes up to 18 years. that means trump hasn't paid taxes since the year his next wife was born. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] think about that. think about that. lebron james endorsed hillary clinton t which clinton says for her campaign is a real home run. [ laughter ] oh, hillary, just -- just don't try that stuff, hillary. bernie sanders is campaigning with hillary clinton in iowa this week and we actually have a picture of them at their first campaign stop. [ laughter ] [ applause ] so happy. so happy to be next to each other. [ light laughter ] mike pence and tim kaine will
the election. the vice presidential debate is brought to you by white out. [ laughter ] white out, we're not even a thing anymore but we couldn't pass this up. [ laughter ] are you guys excited for the vp debate tomorrow night? [ cheers and applause ] yeah, no, you're not. no you're not. [ laughter ] nobody is. [ light laughter ] a new report has found that desphi gaffes, libertarian nominee gary johnson has four times as many newspaper endorsements as donald trump. so if you got weed, he's got papers. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] in an interview this weekend joe biden described his relationship with president obama as a older brother, younger brother dynamic. the only down side is when obama forgets to pick him up from soccer practice. [ laughter ] i get it, you're busy. [ applause ]
and finally, according to a new report, zika virus may be able to spread through sweat and tears which means one way or another come november 8th, we're all getting zika. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show for you tonight. martha stewart is on the show tonight, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] and she's gonna be here to talk about her new book, "martha stewart's vegetables," which is a sex thriller. [ laughter ] plus she and i are going to cook up some pizza. i'm very excited to have martha on the studio. also we have one of the stars of "the girl on the train," haley bennett is here. [ cheers and applause ] and i don't know if any -- anybody read "the girl on the train?" did anybody read that book? [ cheers and applause ] it's a cookbook. it's a vegetable cookbook.
very excited you guys. next week for the first time we're going to be taking late night on the road. we're going to be at the warner theater in washington d.c., so please tune in. we're very excited about it. it's a beautiful theater. i've been there before. and of course, washington d.c. is a fantastic city, so i'm so much looking forward to that. before we get to the rest of our show, by the time last week ended it had already been one of the worst weeks for any presidential candidate in history and now a new bombshell report about donald trump's taxes has only added to one of the biggest melt downs of his entire campaig for more on this, it's time for "a closer look." [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> seth: no one, and i mean no one should avoid melt downs more than donald trump. pre-meltdown he already looks like a yankee candle that has been left in the sun. [ laughter ] now by all accounts trump's performance in the first debate was a disaster. but instead of moving on, trump got into a week long fight with
universe contest who he he weight shamed and attacked personally, leading to an unhinged middle of the night twitter rant. >> in the wee hours of the morning while most of us were sleeping, trump was wide awake launching a twitter tirade. >> seth: just want to jump in real quick to say my new favorite thing is hearing scott pelley say twitter tirade. [ laughter ] back to the clips. >> a twitter tirade. the tweets began at 3:20 a.m. eastern with donald trump condemning unsourced reporting >> i want to put up the tweet that he wrote at 5:30 a.m. on friday morning. did crooked hillary help disgusting, check out sex tape and past, alicia m. become a u.s. citizen so she could use her in the debate. >> seth: he tweeted, check out sex tape. [ light laughter ] that's the republican nominee for president sounding like your older brother's to do list from 1988. [ laughter ]
so trump -- so that trump literally told his supporters to check out a non-existant sex tape which at least in a way made history. >> trump called machado disgusting and urged his nearly 12 million twitter followers to look for an alleged sex tape of machado. the first time a major party nominee recommended pornography to his supporters. [ light laughter ] >> seth: unless you count the time when grover cleveland held up what he cim photos of his opponent's wife in the election of 1884. [ laughter ] now, you might think who wants a president so irrational and unstable that he can't stop himself from tweeting negative things about a miss universe winner at 3 a.m.? well trump tried to spin it as a positive, tweeting later that day, quote, for those few people knocking me for tweeting at 3:00 in the morning at least you know i'll be there awake to answer the call. [ light laughter ] especially if the call is "mr. president, it's the north
rosie o'donnell." [ laughter ] so after all that, how much worse could the trump [ bleep ] show get? >> a major development involving donald trump's taxes. the new york times obtaining documents that revealed trump claimed a loss of more than $900 million in 1995. his 1995 return allegedly shows trump declared a nearly $1 billion loss that year and that could have allowed him to legally skip paying federal income taxes for up to 18 years. story are pretty incredible. for one thing, these tax returns were actually mailed to the times anonymously. they just got an envelope in the mail with pages from donald trump's tax returns. and the source is either somebody close to trump or someone who wants us to think they're close to trump. because according to the times, the return address claimed the envelope had been sent from trump tower. the killer is inside the house. [ laughter ] [ applause ]
get it. who would have a motive to try to destroy donald trump? okay, maybe, fine. [ laughter ] but seriously, who else? who else would -- okay. [ light laughter ] okay. yeah, yeah, yeah. yeah, yeah, yeah. okay. all right. okay. okay, okay. fine. i get it. [ cheers and applause ] anyway, as soon as these documents were published, the trump team once again started flailing wildly. first, they tried to spin it as a positive that trump had worked the system to his advantage. trump advisor rudy giuliani tried that argument yesterday, but cnn anchor jake tapper wasn't having it. >> the reality is, this is part of our tax code. the man is a genius. he knows how to operate the tax code for the benefit of the people he served. >> well, that's interesting because mr. mayor, you say that he's a genius. donald trump said during the debate not paying federal income
that don't look for every possible loophole and provision to avoid paying our fair share of taxes, does that mean the rest of us are stupid? >> no, absolutely not. anybody that goes and has an accountant -- h&r block or just goes online figures out all the deductions available to them. >> seth: okay, that's fair but nobody is going online and typing in a $1 billion loss. [ light laughter ] i'm pretty sure if you type $1 billion loss into turbo tax it just auto completes donald trump's information. [ laughter ] but tapper, jake tapper to his credit kept hammering away. >> let me ask you, sir, he's selling himself as a brilliant business man. he lost almost a billion dollars in 1995. >> correct. >> that doesn't sound particularly brilliant to me. >> seth: awe, snap. [ laughter ] [ applause ] or should i say awe, tap. [ light laughter ] check out more of jake tapper's political burns on cnn's new late night show, tapped out.
here's why this latest revelation is damning. first of all there's the fact that trump has consistently sold himself as a brilliant business man who could use those skills to fix the economy. but the people who invested in trump's companies might not agree, because while trump made roughly $45 million between 1995 and 2009 when he was chairman or chief executive of his casino company, ordinary investors saw the value of their shares plunge to 17 cents from $35.50. normally to get that screwed, you have ttu casino. [ laughter ] and at least then, then they have the decency to give you free drinks. [ light laughter ] so trump's investors lost more than 90% of their money in a year when the stock market went up. they would have done better if they just picked stocks at random or as billionaire warren buffet put it -- >> in 1995, when he offered this company, if a monkey had thrown a dart at the stock page, the monkey on average would have
said that, monkey with a dart immediately became the favorite for the 2020 gop nomination. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and you just know, you just know ted cruz will eventually endorse that monkey. [ laughter ] monkey and i have had our problems. there was a time monkey threw poop at my beautiful wife but monkey is our party's nominee and i support monkey. [ laughter ] so this week showed yet again is and even after all of this trump still won't release his tax returns. just think how bad they have to be that whatever is in there is worse than a $900 million loss. which leads me to a theory i've said on the show before for why you won't release these returns, donald. i think you're poor. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
but you've been going town to town for 18 months selling cheap hats. [ laughter ] and do you know what else i think? i think you're only up at 3:00 a.m. in the morning because you have a second job answering customer service calls from india. [ light laughter ] hello, this is dev, you reached time warner cable, kolkata. [ light laughter ] and also i think you want to live at the white house because you heard the previous lady who lived there had a garden and you want free tomatoes. [ laughter or maybe you don't want to be president because you assumed it paid a billion dollars a year and then found out it was only 400,000 and now -- oh my god, now you're panicking and you're desperate to find a way out and oh my god, that's it. trump tower. you sent the letter. ?? [ cheers and applause ] this has been "a closer look!" ??
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also very excited to have him back sitting in with the 8g band, he's the highly acclaimed genre spanning drummer from new orleans stanton moore is here. [ cheers and applause ] stanton has a new online drum lesson site launching this week. be sure to visit stantonmooredrumacademy.com for online lessons, master classes, and private instruction. so good to see you again stanton. thank you so much for being here. [ cheers and applause ] our latest guests, our first guest, is the best selling author whose latest cook book "vegetables", there it is, and if you love "50 shades of grey" but thought there weren't enough vegetables, you'll love "vegetables." [ light laughter ] please welcome back to the show, our friend martha stewart.
>> seth: how, first of all you look lovely. >> thank you, thank you. >> seth: how have you not already done a book called "vegetables"? your martha stewart, did you just realize you hadn't done a vegetables cook book? >> well we haven't done fruits. >> seth: really? >> no. >> seth: wow you have a ways to go. >> yeah, we haven't done -- >> seth: you're not as accomplished as i thought you were. [ laughter ] so this is very exciting, because last time you were here we were talking about the justin bieber roast which you were fantastic at, and you met snoop dogg there. >> i sat next to him forut >> seth: four hours. >> the time it took to, you know, film that roast. >> seth: and is that the first time you had met him? >> it was painful roast. >> seth: it was painful? the bieber roast was painful. >> well, just because it was, you know, so long. >> seth: they take a lot longer than they end up looking on tv. >> oh, i had no idea, and then it just flies by when you watch it. >> seth: but, was that the first time you met snoop? >> no, no, no he had been on my show, and we made mashed potatoes i remember and we made, oh brownies of course. >> seth: yeah.
brownies. >> seth: he does. >> yeah, so good. >> seth: so good? and he probably made the potatoes better too. >> and then, uh no, that was two different times i believe. i didn't remember any herbs in our potatoes but he makes really good pizza now. i taught him the basic pizza. >> seth: well this is the exciting news, you have a cooking show with snoop dogg. >> sort of a cooking talk show. >> seth: cooking talk show and here's a photo to prove that i'm not making it up. there's you and snoop. right there. >> oh, yeah. >> seth: and so you have what, tell us about the cooking show. >> i'm getting a whole new group of friends. >> seth: yeah. >> and i'm learning a whole new vocabulary and new music. i need that drummer thing. >> seth: you want to go to the drum lessons? >> seth: yeah, okay. stanton you'll give her lessons. there you go. i have to learn all of this stuff because um, hanging out. >> seth: because you were saying that you did not know who ice cube was, but he was a guest on your show. >> i had heard of him but i didn't know what he looked like
>> seth: sure, did you enjoy your time with people like? >> he was great. rick ross, he was on. >> seth: you don't know rick ross? >> well, i didn't know him and he wanted to be known. >> seth: okay, oh he was, was he disappointed that you didn't know who he was? >> i didn't tell him. [ laughter ] >> seth: okay, there you go. that's smart. now what's this? this is what, is this something you guys made on your show? you and snoop together? >> no, but now, now all of these fabulous cookies are appearing on the internet. >> seth: oh, really? >> yes. >> seth: snoop and martha cookies? how to's, there are all of these beautiful videos coming on. >> seth: that's very exciting news and here you guys are as well. again now you look at this and it looks like you have been friends forever. [ laughter ] >> i know. so nice. >> seth: now you obviously worked on shows like this before. what is the most surprising thing that we wouldn't expect about snoop? >> um well, he comes early. >> seth: okay. >> i thought he'd show up really late. cause like, at the roast he was in his trailer all the time. >> seth: probably rehearsing lines.
he even got there before i got there some mornings. >> seth: oh my goodness. >> and he has lots of questions and the tag line for the whole show is teach me to learn. >> seth: okay, that's great. and so, is he a better cook now than he was before? >> well he was pretty good, he's pretty good actually. >> seth: oh, he is. all right. >> but he hasn't made pizza so he asked at the end of the day, he asked if he could take home like dough and the pizza peel and the pizza stone. we gave him a whole kit and he went home and made pizza that night after 12 hours on the set. >> seth: wow. he does strike me as a guy who nothing would get in the way of him and pizza. [ laughter ] like no matter how hard a day he had, i feel like snoop would find the energy to also make a pizza. >> he doesn't eat a lot, you know, he's very thin. >> seth: he's very thin. >> yeah, he's very thin, very good shape, and he is a very good dancer, of course. >> seth: okay. yeah, do you dance on the show? >> well, i'm not a very good dancer but i'm learning. i have to learn that too. i have to learn how to dance.
i have to learn how to do all kinds of stuff. >> seth: don't try too hard to talk like snoop dogg, it might not, [ laughter ] some people are supposed to talk a certain way and other people aren't. [ laughter ] um, this is exciting, you have a new food delivery service. >> oh, yeah. i meant to bring it to you and i forgot the box. >> seth: you are not, oh my god, you're turning into snoop. [ laughter ] >> i'm going to send it, i'm going to send it to you. >> seth: such a snoop thing to say. >> and i am going to send it to you because um, it's martha and marley spoon, we've partnered, and it is a food delivery service kit. so, your, it doesn't come cooked. it's all the ingredients come exactly measured out and they're all very good ingredients of course, highest quality, and so at night you come home from work tired but you know you have to get food on the table for your husband or your boyfriend or your girlfriend or your kids. so you can order it for two people, four people, six people, whatever. and all even numbers so if there's a little left over you
>> seth: that's great. >> you can't order it for one yet but we're working on that. >> seth: okay, those people need to work harder to find somebody to have dinner with. >> and so, [ laughter ] so what it does is save you time. i like it because it saves you time to make time to do other things. you don't have to stop on the way home to shop in a crowded grocery store and you don't have any waste because if it calls for an onion, it has one onion, and you don't have to buy three pounds of onions. >> seth: that's good. >> yeah. >> seth: and would you say that it's helpful for, it seems like this younger generation maybe doesn't cook as much, and needs a that. >> well i think they watch food programming a lot. they watch all the food shows. they know what they should be doing and this gives them the opportunity to do it easily. >> seth: there you go. >> and you can try all kinds of new food. you can try chinese, you can try mexican. you can try moroccan. >> seth: do you think these are types of food people haven't had before. [ laughter ] >> moroccan, how bout moroccan. >> seth: i would have started with moroccan.
>> when was the last time you made chinese food. >> seth: well, okay. made chinese. my wife just made chinese food last weekend. >> moo shu pork with nice rice pancakes. >> seth: mm, that is good. um, i -- >> and it just encourages people to try new things. >> seth: that's great. now that's obviously nice because you're i feel like, pushing a younger generation to do something, that maybe an older generation do better. that does not mean you're not embracing what the younger generation is doing. here you are on a hover board. [ laughter ] now is that your hover board? >> uh no, that was a kid in qatar. you know where qatar is, in the middle east, and we were in this fancy-shmancy apartment, and the little boy, and i had to, i was trying to bond with him, because he was there, only one little kid, he was like ten or so. >> seth: i'm sure he was excited. >> and i said oh. and he was going around on his hover board so i said oh let me try it. so i did it. >> seth: gotcha, were you good at it? >> oh, yeah. i went around this whole, and everywhere is antiquities, and you don't want to bang into the
uh, yeah not with a hover board. and so everyone was laughing cause i could do it. >> seth: yeah, and so does the kid -- >> did you bring me a hover board to try here? >> seth: no i should have. >> oh, you should have, oh my god. >> seth: that's really bad producing. well, you should have brought me your delivery food. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] you're going to stick around and we're going to make pizza. >> okay good. >> seth: i look forward to it. martha stewart everybody. we'll be right back with haley bennett. [ applause ] ?? you work at ge? yeah, i do. you guys are working on some pretty big stuff over there, right? like a new language for crazy-big, world-changing machines. well, not me specifically. i work on the industrial side. so i build the world-changing machines. i get it. you can't talk because it's super high-level. no, i actually do build the machines. blink if what you're doing involves encrypted data transfer. wait, what?
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?? [ applause ] >> seth: welcome back everybody. actress who stars in the film adaptation of the popular book "the girl on the train" which hits theaters friday. let's take a look. >> i lie to scott. i lie to you. i mean, i know that's not the point of therapy but i have to keep things vague. general up all the men and the exs, the lovers, it doesn't matter who they are. it matters how they made me
show haley bennett. [ applause ] ?? >> seth: thank you so much for being here. >> thank you so much for having me. >> seth: i heard you're a big martha stewart fan. >> i am. >> seth: did you get to meet her? >> yes, i just met her. which is why i'm all shooken up, i thought i was dreaming. >> seth: it's a big deal. i ask because you look or acting like i did when i first met her. it's a big deal. >> yes. >> seth: it's a big deal to have your first martha stewart meeting. >> yeah. >> seth: do you think you'll ever come down or this is just how you live now? >> no, this is it. [ laughter ] >> seth: this is your life now, this is your life now. um, congratulations on the film. this is obviously a big deal. a book like this that is so popular and landing a role like this must be very exciting. uh, not martha stewart exciting but exciting, and i heard when you first met the director you went out before you had the part and drove around on four
and is that, and that's something, you grew up doing things like that? >> i did, i did. well, i grew up in ohio and tate, well tate didn't know that i was, that i was skilled. >> seth: four wheel skilled. >> four wheeling skilled. i wanted to keep that in my pocket so i could just pull it out when we were -- >> seth: you don't put it on your resume. >> i don't put it on my resume. we approached a ditch and he's like oh god, actress maimed. i was working on "the magnificent seven" when i drove from louisiana to mississippi to myself out of a sticky situation and i think that's when he really decided to hire me. >> seth: when you showed your skill getting out of a ditch. >> yeah, i didn't flip the four-wheeler. >> seth: he thought, this is an actress i want on set. >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: yeah, you mention "the magnificent seven", uh, congratulations on that as well. i read that you sort of being the main woman in that film, they wanted you to have a different horse than the guys, they wanted you to have a sexy horse. [ laughter ] is that true? >> naturally. the woman should be on a sexy horse.
a sexy horse? >> seth: well, that is what i was going to ask. >> i still don't know, what a sexy, >> seth: when your horse showed up, when it showed up, were you like oh, now i get it. >> well yeah, he had long blonde hair. >> seth: oh, there you go. >> so if you want to know what a sexy horse is, go see "the magnificent seven." >> seth: oh, there you go. i do find out. that's great. um, so this film, "the girl on the train" you have sex scenes, you have uh -- >> just a couple. >> seth: just a couple. your co-star, your scene partner in that, luke evans, do you, when you haven what did you guys do to break the tension? because i imagine it's fairly tense when you're surrounded by a film crew. >> uh, yeah. i mean, there, it was a lot like this. and then it was, we had singing sessions in the shower and we sang disney songs and luke evans is starring in "the beauty and the beast." >> seth: okay.
>> seth: to like pump yourself up for sex scenes. [ laughter ] >> yeah, yeah. actually, the owner of the house, we were filming in this lady's house, and she was really excited. >> seth: did she know? oh, okay. >> well, she was excited because it's a dreamworks film. >> seth: cause you don't want to come home and be like oh, there's a movie in my house. [ laughter ] >> she's like oh it's a steven spielberg movie, i'm so excited i'm going to watch the scene, and actually, it was supposed to be a closed set. >> seth: but then she just >> she had keys. [ laughter ] so then she hears us singing like i'm going to marry belle and she's like oh, i'm going to leave. >> seth: well, i'm she heard that and thought this is not going to be a very true adaptation to the book because that was not in the book. um you, i heard you went on a diet to sort of match the diet of the character you played, who was very thin and so you had to
>> yes well, megan is described as a waif. >> seth: a waif. >> and by the end of it i felt like i was going to blow away in the wind. and i was very angry -- >> seth: but you took a photo of craft service where they serve the food on a movie set, this is your meal that you had after your last day when you wrapped? >> uh-huh. >> seth: this is um, cause i want to tell you what i think when i see this photo. [ laughter ] i'm free. >> that's all my favorite things. this is a cheesecake, pizza, macaroni and cheese. mayonnaise, you can't forget that, because there's french fries to go with the mayonnaise, and a cheeseburger and champagne. >> seth: yeah, that's what a death row person asks for. [ laughter ] the last 8 people who ate this meal were then electrocuted. um, so you uh, i think it was on instagram you posted your cat
>> you could say that. >> seth: um, do you want to set up this clip? cause it starts in darkness so i think you should tell us what we're about to see. >> so, in this video i was, well, i wasn't sleeping so. >> seth: right, cause you took the video. >> because i took the video. >> seth: did you, had you done it before? has she done this before? is it a he? what is your cats name? whats your cats name? >> okay so, darlington. >> seth: darlington. >> darlington, darlington abigail. >> seth: darlington abigail. is it british? >> well these cats, these cats came over on the mayflower so, >> seth: oh, sure sure. so it's old money, cats. [ laughter ] but so it's darkness and then your cat well -- >> so i was, so i was filming a movie and my alarm clock didn't go off and i'm rousing from my sleep and i look over and i see the cat over by the lamp. like she wants to wake me up. >> seth: oh.
>> seth: your back up alarm clock. lets take a look at, what was, downton abbey, was that the cats name? >> downton abbey, darlington abigail. >> seth: that's the cat turning on a lamp, and you're just okay with that? [ applause ] >> seth: that's terrifying. i feel like the next time its going to be lamp on but the cat will also have a handgun. >> yeah. [ laughter ] i'd like to say a few things about my name. um, thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. >> seth: congratulations on both films. [ applause ] such a pleasure. haley bennett everybody, "the girl on the train" opens this friday. we'll be right back with more late night. ??
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?? [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. anybody here, people here use youtube? some youtube users? [ cheers and applause ] yeah, makes sense. everybody uses youtube. great way to watch videos, share your own videos. also brings people together. helps form unique online communities. communities. people like gamers, film makers, musicians, but there are also several of these groups that are a little more niche. we thought, we'd take a look at some of them in a segment we're calling youtube sub communities. [ cheers and applause ] now prank videos, if you've ever been on youtube, prank videos are incredibly popular, but what you might not know is that there is a sub genre of prank videos where people prank dogs instead of humans. [ light laughter ] it's true. they're absolutely real.
these dog prank videos now. ?? >> this is dog pranks. >> what's up baby. it's your boy little bo-bo. we're down here at the dog park and were doing the empty hand. it's when i offer a dog a treat, and then pow empty hand. >> oh my god, your dog is the cutest. what kind of breed is he? >> he's a coonhound mix. >> a coonhound? is he brown? your dog's brown? >> yeah. >> you wt you want a treat? pow, no treat. you just got pranked, bitch. ?? cause dogs are dumb. i'm the genius. this dog just got pranked. >> seth: moving on, the internet, full of conspiracy theorists and groups that believe the government is hiding all sorts of things from americans. this next one is maybe one of the odder groups of conspiracy theorists. their called "ruthers" and heres
babe ruth is still alive. let's take a look at the video from one of the members of the ruther movement. >> hey guys, i was just in this bagel shop getting breakfast, this guy walks in. he's definitely babe ruth. he's still alive. like i said, he's still walking among us. he hasn't, here he comes. excuse me, sir, sir, sir -- >> what, what? >> you're babe ruth aren't you? >> no. >> yes you are. you're babe ruth. >> n >> yeah, you are, >> no, get that camera out of my face. >> you're the legendary baseball player. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: there's a large community on youtube of people who are really into product reviews. this next sub community goes slightly more niche and specifically reviews gasoline. there are actually hundreds of these gasoline product review videos online.
>> hello, welcome to gary's gas. the only youtube channel where i drink and review gasoline. today we will be reviewing a 89 point octane gas from a shell gas station in napa valley. this was made from oil that was pumped out of saudi arabia and it was refined in texas. hmm yeah, this definitely has a gas smell to it. very, very strong and lets give it a taste. bottoms up. mm-hmm. yes, that is gasoline. wow. strong burning sensation in my mouth that is now traveling down my esophagus and ripping it up pretty bad. it's pretty painful. yeah, thats a great product. and uh, it's beautiful. i'm gonna go ahead and give this particular gas two pumps up. >> seth: that boy drank gas. all right our final sub community might be a little intense for kids and sensitive viewers, these people film what is known on the streets as
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>> well first, pizza. >> seth: great. >> and then i'll show you some other recipes from the book and there's about 150 delectable recipes. >> seth: 150? >> yes. >> seth: oh my goodness. >> enough to -- you know, half a year. >> seth: yeah, i know how many days there is are. [ laughter ] >> is this your 400 and something show? >> seth: 400 and something. >> 429th. >> seth: wow, look at you. you are such a super fan. [ laughter ] all right, so this is -- >> okay, so start with unbleached all purpose flour. >> seth: okay. >> two and three quarters cups. >> seth: okay. >> then add two teaspoons of salt. you have -- >> seth: two teaspoons, great. >> yup. into the dough. it's very easy dough. what this is, it's a skillet pizza. and we're making it in a big cast iron skillet. >> seth: great. do i do anything with the skillet yet? no? >> then one teaspoon of yeast. >> seth: great, very important yeast. >> yes. it's a dry active yeast. and then stir this up. >> seth: okay great. >> then add 1.5 cups of water. it's a wet dough. >> seth: it's a wet dough. >> yes. [ light laughter ] >> seth: isn't it always?
[ laughter ] >> seth: it's not always a wet dough? >> no, sometimes it's a dry dough. sometimes it's a -- >> seth: what -- domino's, wet or dry? [ laughter ] >> that is probably -- because, it's probably a medium. >> seth: okay, great dough. [ laughter ] so it's one or the other. >> yes. >> seth: unless it's not. [ laughter ] >> so get this all stirred up. >> seth: okay. >> and then -- >> seth: yeah, it's flour corporated. [ light laughter ] >> he's very competent in the kitchen. >> seth: i'm very competent. >> you can take snoop's place h on my new show. >> seth: you bet martha. >> okay. [ laughter ] >> seth: fo' shizzle, martha. [ laughter ] >> yes, fo' shizzle. >> seth: how's that? >> he says that quite often. >> seth: does he really still say that? >> yes, indeed. >> seth: if he still says it, then everybody else is allowed. >> so use your little scraper and just scrape down the bowl nicely. >> seth: do i have a scraper? >> don't you? >> seth: no. >> oh gosh, here, use mine. >> seth: okay. all right, great. >> and then cover this dough with piece of nice plastic wrap. >> seth: okay great. >> and let this rise for about 8 to 10 or 12 hours.
yeah, i would do that. >> we have one already. [ light laughter ] >> seth: that's all ready? >> yeah. >> seth: okay, great. >> now see how wet it is? >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> and so, here, i need that back again. >> seth: okay take it, it's all yours. >> yeah. >> seth: can i have some of this while i wait? >> yeah, that's a delicious -- oh, that's the carrot soup spice. carrot soup. you like spice? and this has -- smell, smell, smell. >> seth: mm, it's wet. [ laughter ] >> no. but can you smell? >> seth: yeah. >> it smells yeasty. >> seth: it smells yeasty, yeah. we put yeast here. can i have some of this? what is this? >> oh, that? that's your favorite? that's a wonderful twice cooked potato and leek casserole. do you like casseroles? >> seth: yeah i do like casserole. it's good. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> seth: fried beats on the top. >> yeah, fried leeks and this is sweet potato. >> seth: very good. >> and white potato. [ light laughter ] very good for you. so the book is not only -- >> seth: this is not good for you. [ laughter ] >> why not? >> seth: there's fried leeks on the top of it. >> minor. >> seth: minor?
>> so good. so here you get half of this. >> seth: okay. >> you get half of this dough. and you put it into your skillet. i put a little bit more olive oil in your skillet. here. and flatten the dough. you get half. >> seth: okay. >> and i get half. [ light laughter ] >> seth: and now what do you do when it's skillet? do we roll it? >> flatten it out. >> seth: with your hands? >> nice and heavy, right? yeah, with your fingers. >> seth: okay. >> get it all flattened out. >> seth: should it go all the way to the edges? >> yes. >> seth: i don't think mine's gonna make it. [ laughter ] >> oh, it will. >> seth: i think you shortchanged me. >> use flour -- >> seth: you shortchanged me to make me look bad. >> i didn't. i gave you more than half. >> seth: no you didn't. >> yes i did. i wouldn't do that to seth meyers. [ laughter ] >> seth: this isn't -- don't say my name like that. [ laughter ] >> why not? >> seth: do you do a snoop dogg? [ laughter ] all right.
>> no it's not. >> seth: that's the absolute -- >> it has to come out at least a little bit more. look. >> seth: but look when i -- all right. >> i just taught my grandchildren how to do this. [ laughter ] they did it. you'll get it. look, the more you -- >> seth: you have to move now or this thing is snapping back. [ applause ] >> the more you coax it, the more it will come out. >> seth: you know what, i had a lot of potato casserole. why don't we split a pizza? [ laughter ] >> okay. so now. swiss charred. look, i'm using half of this. the rest is for you. >> seth: okay, well. [ laughter ] >> swiss charred. that's sauteed, swiss charred. >> seth: it looks great. >> isn't that pretty? and then, this is roasted eggplant. >> seth: roasted eggplant? >> you like eggplant, right? >> seth: i do. >> good. i'm glad you -- you didn't say no. oh my god i've go stuff all -- [ inaudible ] >> seth: what else are you putting out? >> all over my blouse. [ light laughter ] and then provolone cheese. >> seth: uh-huh. >> you like provolone? >> seth: i do. what is this?
soy cherry vinegar -- vinaigrette. [ laughter ] good? okay. >> seth: when is the pizza going to be done? [ laughter ] >> this goes into the oven. want to open the door of the oven for me? [ laughter ] >> seth: is it hot? or no? >> it's hot. >> seth: it is? >> 475. oh, the handle's not hot, no. [ light laughter ] okay, that goes in there. >> seth: okay. >> until it's done. >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] >> seth: how long will it take? how long is this supposed to be? >> here's the done one. >> seth: oh, wait. >> here's the done -- >> seth: people making this at home won't just have a done one underneath, right? [ laughter ] >> hopefully they will. get my flour off me. and look -- oh, you got it. >> seth: really? >> yeah. >> seth: okay. this is exciting. [ light laughter ] >> see, pizzas that come to your house aren't they usually cut? >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: hey guys, i'm really sorry. we forgot to mention you have to put tomato sauce on your pizza. my thanks to martha stewart, haley bennett, stanton moore. the 8g band. stay tuned for carson daly. we'll see you tomorrow. ?? [ cheers and applause ] ?? ?? ?? >> carson: hi, i'm carson daly. this is skylark, new york city and you are watching "last call" thank you.