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>> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- bob costas -- candy making with dylan lauren -- featuring the 8g band with jon wurster. ♪ ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening! i'm seth meyers! this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? everybody well? [ cheers and applause ] oh, wonderful. it's just wonderful to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. donald trump yesterday continued his attempt to appeal to black voters, telling attendees at a rally, "what the hell do you have to lose?
give me a chance." [ laughter ] said black voters, "we're not at this rally!" [ laughter ] the trump campaign recently announced that donald trump will be delaying his major address on immigration, that was originally scheduled to take place on thursday. so, if you want to know where trump stands on immigration, you'll just have to wait until a year ago. [ laughter ] after spending around $10 million on ads during the olympics to reach a broad audience, hillary clinton is expected to spend a significant amount on airtime during nfl games this fall. and just to cover her bases, she's also starting for the giants. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] a new survey shows that a majority of professional economists believe hillary clinton would be the best choice to oversee the u.s. economy, but only because the other guy tried to sell meat at
an appliance store. [ laughter and applause ] a 9-year-old, very exciting dog news, here. [ laughter ] a 9-year-old great pyrenees dog won his third term as mayor of small town in minnesota. [ laughter ] though it's not that impressive, since he was only running against jeb. [ laughter and applause ] "the dog, the dog won?" [ laughter ] a 200-year-old church in here manhattan is planning on opening its crypt to the public, selling a six-person family tomb for $7 million, making it the cheapest six-room condo in manhattan. [ laughter ] nasa officially announced they re-established contact with a spacecraft that's been missing since 2014. said the spacecraft, "wait, who is running for president?"
[ laughter ] "we would like to be back in orbit then." [ laughter ] marvel announced today that it will be launching a female reboot of ironman starring a character named, "iron heart." so, congratulations to my ex-girlfriend. [ audience ohs ] i hope you're well, leslie. [ laughter ] next week, former nfl quarterback tim tebow will hold a workout in los angeles to try to impress scouts for major league baseball. pretty ambitious for a guy who has never even gotten to second base. [ laughter and applause ] the cincinnati zoo has asked people to stop making jokes about harambe, their gorilla who was put down earlier this year because the social media
campaign to nominate him for president are making it hard for staff to move on from the incident. if you think people nominating harambe for president is hard for you, imagine how hard it is for trump and hillary. [ laughter ] "really? we're less popular than a dead gorilla?" [ laughter ] san francisco police are on the hunt for a man who bit off a bartender's finger after being kicked out at closing time. officials describe the suspect as a white male with brown hair and 11 fingers. [ laughter ] get you back right now with a joke about the same thing. [ laughter ] that's right. san francisco police are -- [ laughter ] i'm overselling it! that's right. san francisco police are looking for a man who bit off a bartender's finger. said the bartender, "he went that way." [ laughter ]
[ cheers and applause ] yeah! ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show for you tonight! he is fresh from rio in the 2016 summer olympics. bob costas is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] i can't wait for him to tell us how his experiences were. and here to whip up some incredible candy, she is the ceo and founder of dylan's candy bar. dylan lauren is here tonight -- [ cheers and applause ] so, i'm so excited about that. i mentioned we got bob costas here. we were off for two weeks. we took a two-week hiatus because of the olympics. we got preempted and had a great two weeks. my wife and i -- we went with our baby, we took our 5-month-old son, ashe, to italy, and it was great. and it was also a full panic because it's a long flight, and we had not flown with him anything close to that length. so, on the way over, went jackpot. he was great. we left around his bedtime anyway, conked out, slept throughout the whole flight, which was the best.
and, also, it's great because there were other babies on the plane that were crying. and when your baby is the one that's not crying, it actually, their cries make you feel good about yourself. [ laughter ] i used to hate hearing babies cry, and then, i hear babies crying while my baby is quiet. i'm like, "yeah, we're great." [ laughter ] "we're pretty good at this, i guess. we've got the best baby." [ laughter ] i will say the thing about fatherhood that i find the most rewarding is petty score keeping. [ laughter ] so, then, so, we get there, anyways, the way back, different. now, you know, his clock's off. we're leaving in the middle of the day, and he was -- he slept for the first couple of hours. then, he started getting a little fussy. i tried, he had slept on my wife, and then i tried to take him from her. and he would not, he was not interested in being with me. he was crying. the minute i would take him, he would start whaling, and so, then, my wife would have to take him back. and, i felt bad because i couldn't calm him down, but i
also felt awesome because then i could watch a movie. [ laughter ] and i had tried my hardest. i didn't -- i tried my hardest. but, then, makingmatters worse for my wife, i then, did that thing where i watch a movie on the plane that then made me cry. like, i got emotional. [ laughter ] my wife had a crying baby, and then next to the baby a crying, worthless husband. [ laughter ] she definitely looked at me as if -- she made it clear she would be okay if i was murdered. [ laughter ] but we then -- we've learned a trick, which was great, because when we were in italy, so many older italian women were just so taken with our baby. and they would just walk over, and basically, i don't speak italian, but i could tell from what they were saying, "can we just take your baby?" we said, "sure." and they would take him at restaurants. they would just take him and walk around with him, and be like [ speaking italian ] [ laughter ] and he loved it. i think that women being italian just sounds like music, so ashe would laugh and delighted. so, now, when he gets fussy, we
speak to him in italian -- [ laughter ] but we don't know any italian, so it's just wines and actors who are just like -- [ italian accent ] "sangiovese! merlot! de niro! scorsese! dicaprio! coppola merlot!" [ laughter ] so, we're idiots. [ laughter ] but, we had a great two weeks. and, yeah, it was really fun travelling with my kid. and i should really thank my wife because she did all the work, as per the custom. [ laughter ] all right. moving on, donald trump recently continued his string of attacks on hillary clinton and her supporters tweeting, "isis exploded on hillary clinton's watch. she's done nothing about it and never will. not capable." it's yet another low point in the campaign with donald trump using terrorist attacks to score cheap political points. >> oh, here we go again. >> seth: i'm sorry? what was that? >> oh, nothing. you were politicizing the war on terror. go on. >> seth: oh, i'm sorry, everyone. this is one of our writers, matt goldich. as you can probably tell, matt
is conservative. >> yes, seth, i'm an extremely jewish-looking new york city conservative. [ laughter ] and i'm here to provide a balanced counterpoint to yet another one of your slightly leftist che guevara social-justice-warrior screeds. >> seth: look, matt, if you want to provide your conservative perspective on the show, don't just interrupt me. write up a script, and submit it. >> oh, listen to that. another liberal looking for a free handout. [ laughter ] >> seth: not free. you are paid very well to write for this show. and i'm not looking for a handout, i'm just expressing my opinion. >> i'm sure that opinion is very popular at those fancy upper-west-side benefits you attend with sidney lumet and ed koch. >> seth: matt, i think that both of those people are dead. [ laughter ] >> well, thank you, obamacare. [ laughter ] >> i honestly -- [ applause ] i honestly -- i honestly, i honestly don't even care that you are interrupting the show, matt.
as long as you don't show that super long graphics package that makes you look like you are one of the great conservative luminaries of our time. >> you must mean the one that lets people know it's time for "the conservative perspective." ♪ ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ [ laughter ] >> seth: you got to cut that way down, man. [ laughter ] but go ahead, your thoughts as an intelligent conservative? tell me why is donald trump
better equipped to fight global terrorism than hillary clinton? >> trump? well, um -- well -- what were you saying? >> seth: no, i was just saying hillary clinton with her foreign policy experience as a former secretary of state and u.s. senator would -- >> oh, here we go. >> seth: wait, now, what was that? >> oh, nothing. i was just listening to a so-called liberal act as an apologist for republican-light hillary clinton. the status quo isn't good enough, seth. we need a political revolution. >> seth: okay, i'm very sorry. this is another one of our writers, sal gentile. and let me guess, sal. you are a progressive. >> uh, yes, seth. i'm an italian-american, yet also extremely jewish-looking, progressive. [ laughter ] and i'm not just going to sit here that you will lionize politicians who are ownded by wall street. next you're gonna tell me to vote for richard nixon or barry goldwater. >> seth: okay. i know both of those people are dead. [ laughter ]
>> well, thank you, obamacare. >> seth: obamacare. [ laughter ] >> seth, it's time for a new voice on your show. >> seth: uh-oh. >> it's time for "the progressive perspective." >> seth: oh, no. ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ fight the power [ laughter ] ♪ fight the power fight the power fight the power ♪ ♪ fight the power fight the power fight the power fight the power ♪ ♪ we got to fight the power that be ♪ ♪ as the rhythm designed to bounce what counts is that the rhymes ♪ ♪ designed to fill your mind now that you've realized the prize arrived ♪ ♪ we got to pump the stuff to make us tough from the heart ♪ ♪ it's a start a work of art ♪ ♪ to revolutionize make a change nothing's strange ♪ ♪ people people we are the same ♪ ♪ >> seth: you guys need shorter opening packages. [ laughter ] but, all right, sal. tell us why progressives should reject hillary clinton and risk electing donald trump, a president who would likely roll back all of the progressive gains made by president obama?
>> trump? um, um, well -- this has been "the progressive perspective." ♪ fight the power fight the power ♪ >> seth: no, no! we're not watching that whole thing again! >> yeah. >> that's right. because this has been "the conservative perspective." ♪ >> seth: no, no! screw both you guys! [ laughter ] we'll be right back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ (vo) making the most out of every mile.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night" everybody, and please give it up for the 8g band right over there. [ cheers and applause ] also, back with us tonight on drums, he is a member of indy rock legend superchunk and one of my favorite bands the mountain goats, jon wurster is here, give it up for jon, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] and check out the latest release from the mountain goats, a fantasic album "beat the champ" as well as on tour with the band beginning of september. thanks for being here, jon. >> thank you for having me. it's a pleasure. >> seth: all right, moving on. it hasn't exactly been a great few weeks for either presidential candidate with donald trump's slide in the polls causing his campaign to search for ways to turn things around, and hillary clinton once
again facing questions about her emails and relationship with the clinton foundation. for more on this it's time for a closer look. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] first there's trump. who's recent string of controversies seems to be turning off undecided voters. just watch this cbs focus group consisting mostly of former trump supporters who complained about the candidate's recent behavior. >> he has become outrageous. i think he speaks without thinking. >> he has been running as a 12-year-old. >> he says things that are crazy, and i keep asking myself, is this the kind of person i want to handle the nuclear codes? >> what's the answer? >> no way. >> he even said like a week ago, it's okay if i'm not the president. then he just is throwing out all these bizarre comments. so i'm wondering is he is serious still about it. >> it's a job interview. this is not how you would behave when you are going through a job interview by throwing tantrums and calling the interviewer names. >> seth: although if trump wins i bet a lot of people are going to start using his moves in
actual job interviews. i'll be the best sandwich artist you've ever seen. i'll build you a $5 footlong, and i'll make the customers pay for it. [ laughter ] there was a slight glimmer of hope for trump in that focus group. when participants were asked to offer one word or phrase to describe the candidate most were negative, but not everyone. >> impulsive, unplanned. >> inconsistent. >> unfocused. >> rude, reckless, and arrogant. >> disrespectful. >> erratic. >> donald trump's become a laughingstock. >> everywhere. >> erratic. >> childish narcissist. >> egotistical. >> authentic. [ laughter ] >> seth: give that guy credit. he had all that time to come up with something else, but he stuck with authentic. but i guess he's used to going it alone considering he is a black trump supporter. [ light laughter ] the loss in support has motivated trump's new campaign team to look for ways to moderate his positions like on
immigration, but even if trump tries to soften his rhetoric on immigration, his supporters are never going to let him. >> another major part of our agenda is immigration security. >>[ chanting ] build that wall. >> we're going to build a wall, folks. we're going to build a wall. >> seth: look at trump's face when the crowd starts chanting "build that wall." he looks like billy joel when people request "piano man." [ laughter and applause ] ugh, fine. ♪ it's 9:00 on a saturday the avoided trump pivot isn't the only trouble trump's had. there's also a lack of a campaign infrastructure. the trump campaign has spent very little time on field organizing, and that shows in places like colorado where a local field office in a crucial county is run by something of a political novice. >> jefferson county, always a
battleground in our state, but if you go there, you might be surprised by who you find running the place. >> reporter: in one of the most important elections of our lifetime -- >> i understand you signed up to volunteer for the trump campaign. >> reporter: in one of the most important counties in the state, the donald trump campaign is relying on 12-year-old weston imer. >> i am the co-chair for the jefferson county trump campaign. >> seth: that's right. a 12-year-old is running a trump field office, and to be honest, he seems like he is the only one in the trump campaign who's got his [ bleep ] together. [ light laughter ] i bet he calls trump every night with campaign advice. hey, bro, you got to pivot. [ laughter ] so trump's pivot isn't going so well and his campaign infrastructure is a mess. surely, that's good news for hillary clinton, right? as long as there aren't, you know, more unreleased emails from her private server that she failed to turnover to the fbi. >> new developments in the hillary clinton e-mail scandal. the fbi is uncovering nearly 15,000 clinton emails never turned over to the government
after she left office. >> seth: how many emails does hillary clinton have that she can just miss 15,000? oh no, is they one of those weirdoes that has them unread on her phone because trump may be a demagogue, but i cannot vote for a sociopath who doesn't clean out their inbox. [ applause ] that is not okay. that is not okay. the new e-mail revelations come after reports last week that hillary told federal officials the whole private e-mail thing wasn't even her idea. it was one of her predecessors. >> sources tell nbc news that hillary clinton told the fbi that former secretary of state colin powell recommended that she use a private e-mail account for unclassified communication. clinton says powell made the suggestion both at a dinner party shortly after clinton took over at the state department in 2009 and also in an e-mail exchange around the same time. >> seth: poor colin powell. first bush made him go to the u.n. and hold up that little vial of fake anthrax.
now hillary is blaming him for her e-mail scandal. next ryan lochte is going to say powell is the one who peed on the side of the gas station. [ applause ] yeah. yeah. it was him. but over the weekend, powell responded to the whole story and was not happy that he was being used as a scapegoat. >> powell is now hitting back telling "people magazine" that, "her people have been trying to pin it on me. the truth is she was using the private e-mail server for a year before i sent her a memo telling her what i did." >> seth: the craziest thing about that is that colin powell didn't say it for "the new york times" or the "wall street journal." he said it to "people magazine." [ light laughter ] was it for their sexiest diplomat alive issue? now the dust-up comes with powell after another batch of emails made public earlier this month suggested that officials of the clinton foundation may have used connections at the state department to obtain special access for clinton donors and friends. for example, in one of those emails, according to the "new york times", douglas j. band who
the led the foundation's clinton global initiative passed along to clinton advisors huba abedin and cheryl mills, a request for a favor from an associate who had recently been on a clinton foundation trip to haiti. mr. band wrote wrote that it was important to take care of the associate's request. words like favor and, take care of, shouldn't be in state department's emails. they should be in the last five minutes of a sopranos episode. and then there was this previous, more serious, perhaps, involving crown prince solomon of bahrain. according to "the washington post" band emailed abedine that the prince would be in washington for two days and was seeking a meeting with hillary clinton. "good friend of ours", he added. two days later abedin followed up with band to let him know that a meeting with the prince had been set. "if you see him, let him know." if you see him? how often were clinton people just casually bumping into crowned princes? i was at kroger's the other day, and you'll never guess who i ran into in the frozen aisle. crowned prince solomon of bahrain. [ laughter ] turns out we both like chunky monkey.
but by far the best email uncovered in this latest batch was one with the subject line "bono nasa." [ laughter ] let me just say "bono nasa" is one of the all-time great e-mail subject lines. if you want someone to open an email with a virus that's what you put. [ laughter ] that or david lee ross, center of the earth. in the e-mail bill clinton aide wrote to band and abedine, quote, "bono wants to do a link-up with the international space station on every show during the tour this year. any ideas?" well, here's an idea, bono. you've got to let people decide for themselves when they want to listen to your music. [ laughter ] did you learn nothing from the itunes thing? look, if i were in space, i'd happily put on u2, but it has to be my choice. [ laughter ] thhough while there aren't any smoking guns in these emails, they do seem to demonstrate at the very least that if you were a clinton foundation donor or friend or bono, it was easier to at least get your request seen
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. our first guest tonight is a 27-time emmy award winning sportcaster. he has just returned from rio where he was hosting nbc's coverage of the olympic games. please welcome to the show, bob costas. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: how are you?
>> i'm good. you know, i said to myself when i was on the plane, america has not gotten enough of me over the last two weeks. >> seth: exactly. >> i better get on with seth. get on an extra show. >> seth: i have to get on nbc. >> that's right. >> seth: you look great. you look well rested. i'm impressed. >> i slept on the plane. >> seth: and the last time you came back from the olympics, pink eye city. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> seth: and now sochi, where people -- did people bring it up because it reminded them of your pink eye situation? >> you know what they weirdly seem to think? that i am subject to pink eye only during an olympic cycle. >> seth: oh, gotcha. [ light laughter ] >> so literally dozens of people came up to me, colleagues. they said are your eyes okay? as if it could only happen during the olympics. [ light laughter ] >> seth: you hear the nbc olympics theme, and your eye starts getting itchy. [ light laughter ] >> exactly. i considered doing the entire olympics in a hazmat suit. >> seth: yeah. >> but they decided, no. >> seth: there you go. well, you got through it, and this was -- you know, this was an olympics which i feel like happened before. it happened with sochi. i feel like it happened in
athens where there was a lot of people worrying beforehand is it going to get pulled off? you were there. did they pull it off? and what will the legacy be of these games? >> they pulled it off. you know, at the last minute. they kind of pulled it all together, which is what they said they would do maybe with some bailing wire and duct tape. not everything went exactly perfectly, but they didn't have any major incidents, and all of us came away really feeling like the people of brazil are so charming and high-spirited and welcoming that we had a good experience, but there is a flip side, and there's a legacy. you spend billions of dollars on it, even if they spent less than china or sochi did. you spend billions of dollars during the time when the economy is depressed, and if you live in a favela in rio, you may say to yourself, okay, this is fine, and we had a big celebration. but our lives aren't any better, and could these resources have gone somewhere else? so there's always that political argument. >> seth: yes. you said there weren't any major incidents. there was of course a major incident that it turned out did not happen. >> yeah.
[ light laughter ] >> seth: with ryan lochte. >> yeah. >> seth: and what do you think -- do you think this will be what people remember him for this olympics, or do you think they'll forget this? >> no. i think the other three guys are forgiven or forgotten already. >> seth: yeah. >> i thought lochte made one good move. he rinsed the blonde out of his hair. >> seth: that was smart. >> it was two days from the end of the olympics before the matt lauer interview. >> seth: he probably hired a p.r. person that said let's do this first. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> seth: let's not make you look like the cobra kai guy from "karate kid." [ laughter ] >> you know, ryan is a great swimmer, and he is really a nice guy. >> seth: yeah. >> but what struck me -- he kept saying to matt, i over exaggerated my story. i over exaggerated. when i exaggerate, i tell people i'm six feet tall. >> seth: yeah. >> when i over exaggerate, i tell them i'm 6'5." >> seth: yeah. >> at some point what's the difference between over exaggerating and just, like, lying? >> seth: yeah.
>> you know? >> seth: well, i'm glad here and i hope that that is not what we remember because it was sort of a historic olympics for female athletes. was that a fun thing to observe? >> yeah, and we noted it several times. it goes back. i remember in 1996 in atlanta saying this is the first title nine olympics. the first title nine generation. you are seeing american women, the soccer team won gold there and the emergence of the u.s. basketball team, and now we won -- the u.s. won something like 121, 122 total medals. and half of those total medals were won by women. and more than half of the gold medals were won by women. and more than half of the total 500 plus american athletes there were women. so that's -- that's really a social evolution in a space of a generation and a half. >> seth: it was fantastic to watch, and they did an outstanding job. now, you -- i have heard you say you preferred calling the events more than the opening ceremonies, and i will say
watching the opening ceremonies, it does not seem like an easy job for the announcers. >> especially the summer games because there's more than 200 nations. >> seth: yes. >> and they've decided that every nation, lest they be slighted, deserves a mention. >> seth: yeah. >> and some have a good deal more material than you can call upon than others. >> seth: sure. >> after a while i tired of hearing myself say every four years that bolivia is where butch cassidy and the sundance kid met their end. [ laughter ] it's true, but you know -- >> seth: yeah. >> the third time -- >> seth: you can tell when you guys are down at the bottom of the wikipedia page. [ laughter ] >> yeah. i would sit there with matt lauer or dick enberg or katie couric and say, okay, this is tidbit ping-pong. >> seth: oh, yeah. >> do you want latvia, or do you want lithuania? take your pick. [ light laughter ] >> seth: and even watching you get excited because you're -- oh, azerbaijan! but then when it gets down in the q's and you are, like, qatar. oh, my god. that is so long. >> one time brunei came in, and they had a delegation of eight.
and none of them were athletes. just like a bunch of poobahs in suits. so i said apparently they're hoping to medal in the buffet category. [ laughter ] >> seth: now, this is -- the other thing about the olympics and on all television like this, all event television, instant feedback. thanks to the internet, you feedback. you caught a little heat. you said usain bolt may be as popular as bob marley. and people were upset by this. >> yeah. the context is, that he had just told me in an interview that we taped in jamaica in april, and we ran just before the 100 meters, which he won for the third time. he said, i am not going to try to imitate his accent, but he said i can't tell you how big i am here, man. the only possible person that's as big as me in jamaica is bob marley. we were just coming off of that. so in that moment he has done it yet again, and he has done it in front of billions of people worldwide, so i say, well, he may have outdistanced not only the field, he may even have also
outdistanced bob marley in jamaica. and at that moment they've got shots of jamaicans all over the streets celebrating and the whole thing. >> seth: he is a national hero. >> no disrespect intended toward bob marley. then someone else points out to me, maybe this isn't just reggae fans. maybe it's devoted pot heads who don't want -- [ light laughter ] >> seth: oh, right. >> bob marley, in any way, taken down a peg. >> seth: yeah. >> so now, just to get out of the way, i'm going to make the following statement. michael phelps is better than cheech and chong. >> seth: there you go. [ laughter ] you got them back. [ applause ] you got them back. now, you have also -- you once caught a little heat from the race walking community. >> it goes back a ways, but you know, there are sports in the olympics, whatever they may be, synchronized swimming or some of the equestrian things, which are not the sports that we americans follow avidly on a day to day basis. >> seth: sure.
>> and there are parts of the world, eastern europe especially, where race walking is a big deal. you is have to realize, and i do, and i respect it, that at the olympics this is the big moment for not only these athletes, but those who follow it. >> seth: right. >> and so i try to be respectful of it. on the other hand, you got to be yourself, and certain things are just popping in your head. [ light laughter ] so we show a clip of some high quality competitive race walking. >> seth: yeah. >> and they come back to the studio, and i said, you know, having a race to see who can walk the fastest is like having a contest to see who can whisper the loudest. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. [ laughter and applause ] >> at some point don't we kind of just cross over? >> seth: yeah. >> i meant no harm. >> seth: sure. [ light laughter ] and the good news is if they ever come at you, you can just break out in a run and you'll be fine. [ laughter ] you will be fine. [ applause ] thank you so much for being here. great job. >> great, thank you.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. i'm a big tv fan, and when i watch a tv show, i don't know if you guys do this, i watch all the way to the end, because what i really love more than the content of the actual show is i love watching the closing credits. because, i like to know who worked on the production, and it turns out some shows have some surprising credits you may not have noticed. we're going to take a look at them now in a segment we call "hidden credits." ♪ [ applause ] let's get started.
first up, you probably have seen the reality show "l.a. ink" which takes place in a tattoo parlor, and for any show about tattoos you need this guy on your crew. right there, production coordinator, jose cuervo. [ laughter ] he doesn't make the actual decisions. he just helps you make the terrible ones. next up, a classic film. just a classic. "sharknado 4." [ laughter ] recently aired on the syfy network. you got a whole team of writers. they're great writers. but then there's this right here. this is interesting. cast the celebrities from the republican national convention. [ laughter ] [ applause ] the a -- the a-listers. next up, one of the most popular daytime talk shows is "the steve harvey show." and i have to say, i was surprised to see this in the credits. there we go, steve harvey's mustache, a sleepy caterpillar. [ laughter ] [ applause ] makes sense. show is about to start. caterpillar crawls on. show is over. good-bye. [ light laughter ] next up -- it can turn into a butterfly one day.
[ laughter ] tune in to that show and there's going to be a butterfly on steve harvey's face. [ light laughter ] next up, the second season of "marco polo." that's a netflix show. it premiered earlier this summer on netflix, and this is good. i guess this makes sense. marco polo played by kids in a pool. [ laughter ] [ applause ] "the affair" one of the hot shows around the office water cooler, if you still have one of those. and this shouldn't have been surprising right here. the affair inspired by that son of a bitch jonathan. [ light laughter ] [ applause ] any "orange is the new black" fans in the house tonight? [ cheers and applause ] great show. i have seen it quite a bit, and yet, i never noticed this in there. right here. there was jail cell door closing sound voiceover artist dwight krueger. [ light laughter ] that's right. so if you have seen the opening credits, at the end of the opening credits, at the end of the song there's a sound of a jail cell door closing, and it's
actually done -- it's not a sound effect. it's done by a famed voiceover artist dwight krueger. and this is pretty cool. we actually have some footage of dwight live at work behind the scenes in the "orange is the new black" sound booth. let's take a look. >> all right, i'm good whenever you are. you rolling? ♪ ♪ the animals the animals trapped trapped trapped 'til the cage is full the cage is full ♪ ♪ day is new and everyone is waiting waiting on you ♪ ♪ and you've got time and you've got time think of all the roads think of all ♪ ♪ their crossings taking steps is easy standing still is hard remember all their faces ♪ ♪ remember all their voices everything is different the second time around ♪
♪ and you've got time and you've got time and you've got time ♪ ♪ [ light laughter ] >> right? [ applause ] >> seth: best in the biz. dwight krueger. finally, "good morning america" has recently gone through some changes, and the credits definitely reflect that. there we go. michael strahan's suit provided by j.c. penney. michael strahan's shoes provided by kenneth cole. michael strahan provided by live with kelly and michael. [ audience ohs ] graciously provided. that was hidden credits, we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] we're making some candy with dylan lauren. ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: hey everybody welcome back to "late night." we're here with dylan lauren, the ceo and founder of dylan's candy bars. [ cheers ] thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. >> seth: i want to start over here because this is -- looks like a lot of technology for a candy shop. but you are -- right now you are currently 3-d printing some candy for me, correct? >> yes, we are. we are printing a very special surprise which you'll see later. >> seth: okay, great. >> but this is the first 3-d gummy candy printer. >> seth: oh, my god. i can't believe it took this long. [ laughter ] >> it did. we're proud at dylan's candy bars are first. >> seth: is this -- >> this is you made out of candy. it's vegan. it's all natural. >> seth: great. >> dairy free, and you can eat your face. would you like to eat your face? >> seth: how hannibal lecter of me. >> i actually think it replicated you well.
>> seth: that did do a good job. that's great. and who's this here? >> this is your -- bob costas. i don't know where he went. >> seth: okay, let's see. right there. there we go, and i would say not as good. okay. [ laughter ] >> so you can send in any picture you want to the dylanscandybar.com, and we can print your face or a logo. >> seth: you did a lot of logo work here. you did "late night." there's some "late night" candy bars. so this is people come in and they get candy bars made with -- i'm trying to get a shot of it here. >> this is a chocolate bar. you can customize your wrapper. these are lollypops that you can customize. a paint can. "late night" spelled out of chocolate. but most exciting is the stack arounds. we have stirrup trouble. a picture of you we found. >> seth: oh, that's great. >> with some whiskey flavored chocolates. >> seth: oh, it was mint to be in a picture of me and my wife at our wedding day. that's really cute. >> we have another really cute one that i really like. a little pick me up with your dog. >> seth: oh, that is great. i'm a little worried that found all these photos of me without asking.
[ laughter ] >> sorry. >> seth: now, those are private photos. that have never been on social media. >> hold on, hold on, this is the best one. feeling nutty. >> seth: feeling nutty and i'm holding a pickle, so -- now i would answer with this because i noticed there's some sushi looking candy here. >> yeah, so this is really fun. we do a lot of parties, and we like to cater events, and what is more fun is having candy than real sushi. so we have candy sushi, which is the best of both worlds. so we're going to make some. what we have here is apple twizzlers that really are avocado. >> seth: okay. >> we have sour worms that are going to be your eel. >> seth: okay. >> these are swedish fish which will be -- >> seth: i'm not a child, so you don't have to -- i'm not going to buy any of this stuff. >> no, gummy octopus. this is your ginger. >> seth: they're my ginger. >> and taffy for your wasabi. >> seth: oh, that's great. and this where's rice crispy treats for my rice. >> yeah, and this is seaweed that is going to wrap it but it's really fruit roll ups so it's sweet. >> seth: look at this. >> you know what you are doing.
>> seth: i think i can follow -- >> we need your caviar, which is really nerds. >> seth: okay, great. >> i don't personally like fish row in my sushi, so i -- >> seth: this is how -- >> no ginger in the suishi. >> seth: this is how a rich, dickhead kid eats. [ laughter ] [ applause ] do you guys want to trade for a twix bar? no, i eat caviar gummy. [ laughter ] >> you have to cut it into the sushi. that's a real -- >> seth: again, i'm sorry. i didn't grow up on the upper whatever. >> so anyway, so cut it into pieces or you can have your own. >> seth: i'm going to skip and have one of yours. this is really good looking. that i like. >> so it's a cute alternative to a party favor, or a fun hors d'oeuvre or appetizer. >> seth: it's very fun. all right, so how are we doing over at the design center over there? >> so we are creating something for you which usually takes five minutes. >> seth: okay. >> and you can do this on-line. you can send in your favorite
team, your favorite logo, your picture. >> seth: it looks like my favorite team over there. >> you got the surprise. it's time for football season. >> seth: oh, great, so what do we got there? >> what you have and what it will end up being is the steelers logo. [ applause ] >> seth: that is so great. let me say, this is -- this is the perfect box to have it in when you go watch football with your bros. [ laughter ] i have a surprise, everyone. i love you, and i love the steelers. dylan lauren, everybody give it up. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪