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thank you so much! the presidential race is really heating up. can you feel it? the iowa caucuses are just 11 days away, which means we're just 12 days away from not talking about iowa for another four years. (cheers and applause) >> stephen: man! we'll miss you, iowa! and with iowa just around the corner, latest polls show donald trump in the lead. (audience booing) >> stephen: you know what? i like him, too. (laughter) you might have to get used to him. but to seal the deal he needs evangelical voters. that's why he went to liberty university-- the largest evangelical college in the world, and wooed the crowd by praising their favorite book. >> i wrote many bestsellers, like "the art of the deal" -- everybody read the-- who has
everybody. i always say, a deep, deep second to the bible. the bible is the best. the bible -- the bible blows it away. >> stephen: yeah, the bible blows it away. it goes bible, then "art of the deal", then like "fifty shades of grey." they're all good. (laughter) all good books. trump loves the bible so much, he doesn't even need to read it, apparently. because he had a little trouble with the name of one of the books of the bible, second corinthians. >> i hear this is a major theme right here. but two corinthians, right, two corinthians 3:17. that's the whole ball game. "where the spirit of the lord"-- right? "where the spirit of the lord is, there is liberty." is that the one? is that the one you like? >> stephen: yeah! that is the one they like!
jon, you read the bible. >> jon: yeah, i do. you ever hear anyone call it "two corinthians?" >> jon: never in my life. >> stephen: what is it called? >> jon: second corinthians. >> stephen: that's right, second corinthians. that's like saying the book of job. "we cannot let mexicans come in to our country and steal our book of jobs." (laughter) but the pander express didn't stop there, because while he was at liberty university, trump sat down with the christian broadcast network's david brody, who wasn't afraid to ask the tough questions. >> i'm curious, have you cried before? >> no, i'm not a big crier. i like to get things done. i'm not a big crier. i'm not somebody that goes around crying a lot. but i know people like that. i know plenty of people that
they're very good people. but i have not been a big crier. >> stephen: no, not a big crier. nothing can make him cry. not when bambi's mother gets shot. not that cheerio's commercials where the grandpa has to go live with his daughter, and the granddaughter lays out all his favorite kinds of cheerios. (crying) (crying) not the end of "homeward bound: the incredible journey," when the old dog "shadow" falls in the hole and breaks his leg, so he can't climb out, and the other dog says "come on shadow, you can do it, don't lie down, shadow! don't lie down!" (audience reacts) the point is... (laughter) real men don't cry, and donald trump is a real man. how do we know? le. >> at the trump museum he got daughter. >> if john wayne were around he
you now. wayne. >> stephen: that's right with his new-found spirituality, trump has reached with his golden hand through the veil of death and dragged back the endorsement of john wayne. the duke, the toughest man not alive! admittedly, it wasn't really john wayne. it was john wayne's daughter in front of a wax statue of john wayne and what appears to be a wax statue of donald trump. (laughter) but for anyone out there who doubts this endorsement, consider this -- if john wayne were alive, he would be an 108-year-old white guy and that sounds like a trump voter to me. (applause) we'll be right back with josh radnor!
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you're full of surprises, doctor. >> my point being, i know more of these than you do. >> i know right from wrong, and i can tell when i'm talking to somebody who also knows the difference. >> you want to challenge me on slavery? it's not our concern. >> isn't it? no, we keep men alive. so what i am asking -- demanding -- is that you see every soldier as equal no matter what side he fights on. >> this is a union facility for union soldiers! >> this is a hospital for sick people! >> stephen: please welcome josh radnor. (cheers and applause) >> wow! i love what you've done with the place. >> stephen: do you love it? yeah.
little bit. >> yeah. >> stephen: good to see you. thanks for having me. >> stephen: in "mercy street," you play a civil war doctor, which side in. >> well, i'm a union loyalist from a slave-holding family. so it's complicated. >> stephen: which side do you come down on that war, the right side? >> i do, i do. nothing against our southern friends, but i do think they're right. >> stephen: just wanted to make sure how short i should make this interview. (laughter) what is in your doctor's bag? saws and -- >> bone saws, morphine. some people have an issue with the morphine. >> stephen: delicious. morphine? you take one, too. >> they invented heroin to get people off morphine. >> stephen: really. this has not worked throughout history. (laughter) >> stephen: how do you train
>> are you asking me if i took morphine? i didn't. i talked to some people. (laughter) >> stephen: what are the sort of things you had to learn about being a doctor back then? it really was a lot of chopping off legs. >> it's not like four years in medical school and four years in residency. they could tell you in ten minutes what they knew. >> stephen: what did it take to be a doctor then? >> follow a country doctor around for a few months and then doctor. you would hear some lectures and they would say, congrats you're a doctor! it wasn't even prestigious. my character brought shame to the family by being a doctor which is not how it is today. >> stephen: no. did anyone in your family want you to become a doctor? >> a lawyer. my father was a doctor. >> stephen: my father was a doctor but i don't have the
>> i don't either. >> stephen: you don't have the science for it? >> i can approximate. i know things about medicine on the show and i always do this with my hand. >> stephen: i'm good at acting like it. >> you have a couple of bone sauce, a few drugs, that's it. >> stephen: that's when men were men and dead at 32. >> that's right! >> stephen: actually, you gave a ted talk -- >> a no -- >> stephen: a ted-type talk in india and it was about spirituality and the way you wanted to use your career to grow spiritually. what does that mean and why does it sound like you're starting a cult? >> because i am. (laughter) no, i'm from the midwest, so i didn't want to come out and be a hollywood, you know, the cliche of that.
of that? >> you know, just someone who kind of loses touch with reality. >> stephen: oh, hollywood people. i thought you meant midwestern cliche. >> no, that's "come on in, we made enough for everyone!" the spirituality is, there's meat! (laughter) just kind of remembering where you came from. >> stephen: where in the midwest, specifically? >> columbus, ohio. >> stephen: why, oh, why did you ever leave ohio? >> because i had to come out for show business. >> stephen: have you been doing this since you were a child? >> no, i started acting in high school musicals when i was in high school. >> stephen: very important. you try to act in high school musicals afterward you will get arrested. >> that's true. >> stephen: josh, thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. >> stephen: josh radner.
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(cheers and applause) iggy, josh, thanks for being here. you have been performing and first released your album in '69. josh people know you from the queens in the stone age. (cheers and applause) how did you get together? your new album called "post pop depression," no one even knew about it till right now. this is the announcement the project happened. (cheers and applause) this is the band's first public appearance and it's a complete secret. how did you get together? how did it start? >> i proposed to him by text from my flip phone. >> stephen: what did you say? i said -- it's called a rugby because you can drop it and it doesn't break. >> stephen: you just said let's do an album? >> no, i said i thought maybe we
i didn't want to put it in a box and neither did he. >> stephen: uh-huh. o for me it was, like, don't box it and for me it was like shhh! keep it secret. >> stephen: keep it secret, keep it safe. >> we corresponded by text and prose poem for a while. >> stephen: that's nice. i write poetry. >> stephen: i know. it's a wonderful way to get to know somebody, right? >> stephen: send poetry? you should try it. >> stephen: i did. we got married. where did you record this? how did you keep it secret? >> joshua tree. >> stephen: thank you, that's how many people live there. easy to keep a secret when there's no one there to tell. it's lovely because you have a chance to sort of make mistakes and figure things out and find your own path.
is aware you're doing it, you're kind of making it for each other and you're kind of there to excite and dazzle each other. >> stephen: how long did it take? >> i don't know, i wasn't -- (laughter) three weeks. >> and then after that he did a lot of work making it better through string players. >> stephen: were you living out there? what's iggy like as a roommate? >> it's a wonderful experience to have iggy as a roommate. you know, i'm such a huge fan, and to be a huge fan of iggy and see him in the morning in a kimono is -- (laughter) >> stephen: that is more clothing than is usually associated with him. >> it's just enough to leave
and i've got a really good imagination. >> before i made the trip, my wife was worried about that so she bought me some pa jam mas. she said, you don't want people there seeing you walking around. >> stephen: like footy pa footy pajama? yeah, and french long johns as well. she chose them. and i shared those with gene, the guitar player, so we bonded. he got into my long johns. (laughter) >> stephen: you're often called the godfather of punk. (cheers and applause) that word gets thrown around very casually. punk, punk rock. >> yeah, boy. >> stephen: what do you think it is, or by asking the question, will i never understand? >> at this point i will say,
charles bronson movies where he's going to go wipe out all the bad guys? the bad guys were all skinny, somebody wrote, make 'em punks. in new york city, bad guys are not skinny, they're burly. you have to be burly to be a bad guy. so i kind of feel like punks are a lot of people that just kind of got a bad rap, you know, and couldn't fit in too easily. >> stephen: iggy, you invented crowd surfing. when's the last time you did that? >> last tour. last year. (cheers and applause) i don't do it as much as. >> stephen: don't do it as much? >> no, because i'm all like rubber bands. >> stephen: well, don't snap anything tonight. >> no, everything will be cool. >> stephen: thanks for being here. stick around for a performance
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,, >> stephen: that's it for "the late show." tune in tomorrow when my guests will be steven tyler from "transparent," gaby hoffmann, and a musical performance by lapsley. now, enjoy the lovely james corden. goodnight! captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org are you ready get ready
about to feel right it's the "late, late show." >> reggie: ladies and gentlemen, all the way from kennebunkport, australia, give it up for your host, the one, the only, james corden! (cheers and applause) captioning sponsored by cbs >> james: all right! welcome to the "late, late show." thanks for being here. thank you very, very much, guise. cheers. now ladies and gentlemen, if you watch this show you will know that we usually cover the big national stories. but it's time that we check in on some news from the heartland. okay, because this week two men were driving 20 pounds of marijuana across the idaho border, all right.
they might have smoked some of that weed. and they may have gotten a little paranoid, okay. because the next thing they did was call 911 and turn themselves in. (laughter) we have the call right here. >> this is 911. >> hi, we're the two dumb asses that caught got bringing stuff through the border an all the cops are driving around, i would like you guys to end it. if you could help me out with that, we without like to just get on with it. and yeah, cuz the cops are
i said let's roll the title. >> he is talking rough. >> yes, roll them. it's the "late, late show" it's the "late, late show" the "late, late show" the "late, late show" >> james: i can see it, can we have a look and see who our guests are on the show tonight? the very, very talented group, she is a wonderful actress, you know her from downtown abbey, sinder ella, war and peace, the wonderful, the brilliant, lily james is here tonight. (cheers and applause) >> i'm good, how are you? >> james: i'm very well, nice to see you. >> lovely to see you. did you know that it's national hug day today? >> james: well, i didn't know. and then i saw it on twitter. >> me too.
you a big, fat, juicy hug. >> james: right, well, i don't really get the benefits of that. >> that was nice, wasn't it. >> james: no, i will come-- i mean-- i will come-- -- i will come and give you a hug. >> you don't have to hug. >> james: no, cinderella, question do that, right, shall we-- yeah, let's-- (cheers and applause) come on. come with me. it's up here. it's this way, right? okay. i mean why not. it's national hug day. we should all get a hug. all right. okay. i'm coming for you, lily. get ready. >> keep running. >> james: get your hug on. here we go. oh, this is it. all right. are you ready, lily james? >> i'm so ready. >> james: for a big hug. big hug. hang on.
we have come too high, mike [bleep] well, let's go-- get ready, i'm coming for a hug, lily. mind the wire there. all right. here we go. it's. >> it's okay, it's okay. i think you should go back. >> james: hang on, no, cuz, we'll just. >> this feels like quite a big effort. >> james: my-- i don't know where the-- what? >> should i come and find you? where are you. i can meet you halfway. >> james: i'm not sure where i am. i mean i can't see you, that's the. >> can someone help him? >> james: this is-- i don't-- right, well, would you just-- we'll move on. i can't-- i'll give you. >> we'll do it on stage. >> james: yeah, but that's not
fry right now. lily james, everybody. (cheers and applause). >> james: let's give her-- okay. you know her from the brilliant "parks and recreation" and so many amazing things. we love her here on the show, ladies and gentlemen. rashida jones is here tonight. (cheers and applause) hey rashida, how are you doing. >> i feel a tiny bit overdressed tonight, what do you think i don't know, cuz i can't see you. cuz i'm in. >> i can see you. >> james: this is what i am looking at, look, i am looking at that, look, that's all can i see. >> what is your deal, what are you doing? >> james: i don't know, i-- i actually don't know where i-- it is this way, right, mike? >> you got to figure this out. >> james: this isn't it. what's-- oh, look at the dress, i'm sure it's great, rashida jones, everybody. (cheers and applause).
know where stage 56 is. >> upstairs jrs i have just been upstairs. its-- another geses, this is ridiculous. another guest, mate, excuse me, do you know where-- doesn't matter. another guest on the show tonlt, you love him in "will & grace" and he's doing a play here in l.a., right now, the one, the only, mr. sean hayes is here tonight. >> hey, james. come on in, come on in. we're waiting for you. we've been waiting. where are you? look at all the people. it's amazing. >> james: i can't see anything. i don't know where-- i haven't got a moniter so i can't. >> i can't hear anything. have a good show. thanks for blowing me off again. >> james: sean hayes everybody. excuse me. hi. hey, man, do you know where stage 56 is? >> do you want a cocktail. >> james: no, i'm doing a
now, do you know where stage 5 of is. >> it's upstairs somewhere z. >> james: i have just been upstairs. if someone else says upstairs i-- this is ridiculous. we've got music, tonight, right. >> yes. >> james: this isn't our stage, this is the bold and the [bleep] beautiful. i done think we're allowed to be in. we have music tonight. go back. we've got music tonight. such an incredible new artist. are you going to absolutely love him, hey, mate. the one, the only borns is here on the show. (cheers and applause). >> james: tonight. >> hey. >> how are you. >> good, the or derves are delicious, thank you. >> james: are they, brilliant. i'm glad you are having a great time. >> excellent. >> james: borns, everyone, is this a lift, mike? (cheers and applause). >> james: it doesn't even-- nothing is real here. hi. do you know where stage 56 is? stage 56?
>> james: [bleep] i don't even know if this will-- right. okay. well, look, i'll-- [bleep] does that work? does that work? does it work? how does it-- . nothing is real here, it dun even work. i will find my way back. we should just go toy a break, right. this is a nightmare. we'll be right back after these
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,, ,, >> james: welcome back. now ladies an gentlemen, i am very excited about this. i have a brand new toy here at the studio. it is a giant piano. (cheers and applause). >> james: look at this. now the only thing is i can't really, i can't play the piano very well. i have been practicing. i'm getting better. but i thought i would bring out piano. ladies and gentlemen, give a huge warm welcome to mr. sean
(cheers and applause) how are you? i'm very, very well, thank you for being here. >> i'm so excited to be here, this is a amazing. >> james: this is true, you can play the pe ano a little bit. >> yes, aniff's actually had a microphone on backstage ready to do it. >> james: this is amazing, this is incredible. you mean you don't wear this microphone all the time. >> sometimes i sleep with it, yeah. >> james: i love it how they make it skin colored so no one will see it. >> yeah. >> james: it looks like you have spilled something on your face. now you can play the piano. >> i do a little, a little bit, yeah. >> james: i can't play the pe ano but have i been practicing it and i think have i pretty much got it down. so i will give you a little demo now. it goes a little something like this. so it just goes-- snoatd
>> that's it. no, seriously. >> there is just a little tooty. it was either the pants or me. >> it was the chop splits. >> james: what are we doing. >> you can't teach it. >> james: you can't. do-- could you do the chop sticks. >> let's try. i know what you mean, i know what you mean. well, that's made my effort look a little embarrassing. >> no, let's do something else. how about if i start something on the-base part and if you feel so inclined maybe you can join in on the top part. >> james: okay, all right. >> do you want to try it? >> james: yeah.
come in. . >> yes! (cheers and applause). >> james: it does take it out of you, doesn't it? >> yes, it does. playing the piano is very difficult. >> james: no denying that. should we try another one. >> sure. >> james: should we try something a bit more-- a bit more hip, down and groovy with the kids. >> let's do it. do you know justin bieber? >> james: do i know him?
>> james: he drives me to work almost every day. >> yeah. he needs something to do. >> james: all right, okay. let's have a go, okay. hang on. you gota go and get angry at all of my honesty sneet you know i try but i don't do too well with apollo onliees i hope i don't run out of time could someone call a referee cuz i need one more shot at forgiveness i know you know once or twice maybe, a couple, a couple hundred times so let me oh let me redeem oh redeem oh my testify-- myself tonight cause i just need one more shot at secretary chances. is it too late now to say