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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- tyra banks, star of "brigsby bear," actor and comedian kyle mooney, music from onerepublic. featuring the 8g band with brad wilk. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, everybody, i'm seth meyers, this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] fantastic to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. according to sources at the "washington post," white house staff members are trying to build a case that chief of staff reince priebus is the administration leaker by
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building a diagram to show president trump that he'll understand. here's that diagram. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] "so what are you trying to say?" [ light laughter ] first lady melania trump announced today that her first solo international trip will be to toronto, canada. the purpose of her trip hasn't been announced. but i'm guessing, sanctuary? [ laughter and applause ] the publisher of hillary clinton's upcoming memoir announced today that the title of her book will be the statement "what happened?" [ light laughter ] well that's the censored version. [ cheers and applause ] in a recent interview, canadian prime minister justin trudeau, revealed that the he watched clips from the popular tv show "the west wing" to prepare for debates.
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[ light laughter ] while donald trump prepared for debates by watching "friday the 13th." [ laughter ] >> that was the -- the slot that the obamacare -- ♪ [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: i'm right behind you. taco bell announced it will begin selling a potato-rito, which is beef, cheese, potatoes and chipotle spice wrapped in a tortilla for $1. >> yeah! >> seth: or for the same nutritional value, just eat the dollar. [ laughter and applause ] and apologies, apologies to the one man who was excited about that news. [ laughter ] who didn't see there was maybe a joke coming. [ laughter ] who thought the punch line would be, "and i think that's great." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
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butchers in northern ireland have created what they call a gin and tonic sausage, by infusing the meat with gin. incidentally, gin and tonic sausage is also steve bannon's nickname at the gym. [ laughter and applause ] doctors are criticizing a hospital in georgia for having a mcdonald's restaurant in-house. when in fact, they should be praising mcdonald's for having a hospital around it. [ laughter and applause ] that's right. a hospital in georgia has a mcdonald's restaurant in-house. even worse, their in-house bereavement counselor. [ laughter ] smart move to end with the bereavement counselor joke? [ light laughter ] you guys, we got a great show for you tonight! [ cheers and applause ] she is the host of "america's got talent" on nbc, tyra banks is here, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] how exciting is that?
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he is a really funny guy, a wonderful guy, he's starring in a hilarious new movie, "brigsby bear," from "snl," kyle mooney is here, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] and we will have music from a great band, onerepublic is here. [ cheers and applause ] so it's a fantastic night. but -- before we get to all of that, the trump white house continued to face the backlash today over president's cruel and sudden decision to ban transgender people from serving in the military. meanwhile, the senate gop was rushing to pass mystery legislation that could strip health care away from millions of people. for more on this, it's time for "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: as we all know, donald trump has cast himself as a champion of the working class. but throughout his presidency, he's done very little to actually improve the lives of those working people. he's either done needlessly cruel things that nobody asked for, like banning transgender soldiers, or has actively tried to make their lives worse by
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taking away their health care. but trump thinks he can get away it, because he's billed himself as a crusader against the elites. so when new white house communications director anthony scaramucci did an interview with the bbc this week, he was asked why donald trump is not himself an elite, and gave an answer that wasn't very convincing. >> so here's what's gonna happen. >> what part of donald trump is not elite? >> we're going to move on. >> the business side, or the politics side, or the inheritance side? what part of donald trump -- many people in the u.k. don't understand that. >> oh my god, there's so many things about president -- >> he's a celebrity. he's a billionaire. >> how about the cheeseburgers? how about the pizza that we're eating? >> everyone eats cheeseburgers and pizzas. what are you talking about? >> no, no, no. [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: the trump administration is so insane, even the british are getting flustered now. [ light laughter ] and the british weren't even flustered by "dunkirk." [ light laughter ] it's worth noting this interaction with the bbc went a little differently than the last time scaramucci spoke with the bbc in 2016, before he took a job with trump. when he told them, "if donald trump becomes the next president, i'm looking forward to the bbc helping me find a flat somewhere in london." [ audience ohs ]
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and i have to say, i would have loved to seen the mooch living in london. [ light laughter ] that would make a fantastic tv show. they could call it "the great british jerk-off." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] scaramucci was brought in as the white house communications director to get white house communications back on track. but last night he called "new yorker" reporter brian lizza and unloaded, on fellow trump staffers on the record. now this is a report that just came out. now there's one word that we can't say on tv, so instead, we're going to play the sound of a rooster and you can figure out what word he was using. [ light laughter ] scaramucci claimed that reince priebus had leaked details of a dinner with trump, fox news host sean hannity, and former fox news exec bill shine. according to the article, the issue, he said, was that he believed priebus had been worried about the dinner because he hasn't been invited. reince is a [ bleep ] paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac, scaramucci said. he channeled priebus as he spoke, "oh bill shine is coming in? let me leak the [ bleep ] thing and see if i can [ rooster call ] block these
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people the way i [ rooster call ] blocked scaramucci for six months. priebus did not respond to a request for comment. but his comments on fellow white house official steve bannon, took the cake. "scaramucci also told me that unlike other senior officials, he had no interest in media attention. i'm not steve bannon, i'm not trying to suck my own [ rooster call ]" [ audience ohs ] he said, speaking of trump's chief strategist. i'm not trying to build my own brand off the [ bleep ] strength of the president, i'm here to serve the country. bannon declined to comment. [ light laughter ] i'm guessing bannon was unavailable to comment, because based on his skill set, he was otherwise engaged. [ laughter and applause ] or -- [ cheers and applause ] or maybe he did comment and it was muffled. you know -- [ light laughter ] you know because of his [ rooster call ] but while this insane white house drama is playing out, trump's policies are having real consequences for real people. as you may recall during the campaign, when trump was
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cynically trying to drive a wedge between hillary clinton and democratic voters, he claimed he would be the true champion of the lgbtq community. at one point, even holding a gay pride flag at one of his events. look at him. he looks like a matador trying to make peace with a gay bull. [ light laughter ] "i don't want trouble!" of course, it turns out when trump claimed he supported the lgbtq community, he was just engaged in one of his favorite past-times, aside from golfing, lying. although i'm pretty sure his favorite past-time is to lie and golf at the same time. [ light laughter ] "let's see, one, tree, then water, and then it was the tree again, and then i picked it up and threw it. and it was putt, putt, putt." [ light laughter ] "then it went off the green and then i --" [ mumbling ] "i got a three." [ laughter and applause ] and yesterday -- yesterday revealed the scale of trump's lies about his feelings towards the lgbtq community, when he announced via tweet, that he was banning transgender people from serving in the military. >> our military must be focused on decisive and overwhelming
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victory, and cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail. >> seth: okay, so clearly he didn't write that tweet, that's way too many big words from a guy who's reading level can best be described as tarzan. [ laughter ] but trump's announcement apparently caught actual military officials off-guard, because he began his announcement with this vague tweet. "after consultation with my generals and military experts, please be advised that the united states government will not accept or allow," and then he left that up, by itself, for nine minutes. [ light laughter ] that's like if you girlfriend said, "you know my new trainer, jeff?" and then didn't say anything for nine minutes. [ laughter ] the tweet was so a vague it apparently caused panic at the defense department. according to buzzfeed, at the pentagon, the first of the three tweets raised fears that the president was getting ready to announce strikes to north korea, or some other military action. many said they were left in suspense for nine minutes, the time between the first and second tweet. the pentagon is afraid trump might announce military action via tweet.
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[ light laughter ] let's pray he never tweets about his lunch. "it's official, i just decided to nuke -- two hot pockets and a bean burrito." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] but, as you might expect from a policy announced via tweet, it seems to have been rushed out and poorly thought out. the white house could not provide answers to basic questions about how the ban would work, and whether it would affect current service members. so if you're wondering why this decision seemed so rushed and poorly thought out, that's because it has nothing to do with military readiness. the fact is, some of trump's advisers, like the super flexible, i guess, steve bannon, wanted to do things like this to appeal more to his base. in fact, it may be no coincidence, that according to the "new york times" weeks ago bannon brought in ann coulter, the firebrand pundit, to see trump. coulter railed at the president that he needed to focus more on his core supporters. that's right, trump met with ann coulter. though technically you don't meet with ann coulter. you get a mysterious video tape in the mail, and then you put in
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your in your vcr, and then she climbs out of your tv. [ laughter ] but trump isn't just busy inflicting needlessly -- cruelty on transgender people, he's doing it to anyone who needs health care too. because right now, the gop is rushing the vote on a bill that would repeal and replace obamacare by the end of the week. and we still don't know what they're going to vote on. in fact, throughout this process, republicans have been at a loss to explain to the american people what they're trying to do here. what would their bill actually accomplish? scaramucci attempted to provide an answer yesterday, but i'm not sure it's going to comfort anyone. >> what the president is trying to do is make the health care system freer. so why not disrupt and decentralize the system, make it more price-competitive. increase competition for the insurance companies. and trust the process of the free market, like in telecom, like in airlines. >> seth: no one wants health care to be like the airlines. [ light laughter ] how is the hospital? not great. [ light laughter ] my surgery was three hours late. my bed was double-booked so they dragged me out of the o.r.
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[ laughter ] and then they sent my appendix to albuquerque! [ light laughter ] after getting over a procedural hurdle on tuesday, republicans in the senate have failed to pass several health care bills. one that would have only repealed obamacare, and one that would've repealed and replaced it. now, they're scrambling to come up with a third option. the gop is basically a drunk guy trying every key to get into his apartment. "no, that's my mail key. ah, i don't even think this is my building." [ light laughter ] scaramucci was asked why the process has been so difficult and used a historical analogy that didn't quite add up. >> if you read "team of rivals," it took lincoln three or four times to get what he wanted from the senate and the house of representatives, which was the full abolition of slavery. >> seth: that's right, trump's team is just like abraham lincoln's "team of rivals." who can forget lincoln's stirring words denouncing slavery. >> a house divided against itself cannot stand. i believe this government cannot endure half slave and half free. and i also believe that my
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election victory was the biggest election victory of all time and no one believed i could do it. [ light laughter ] the fake news, the fake polls, terrible people. terrible dishonest people but we won. oh, we won all right. isn't that right, mooch? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: so now -- now, with gop leaders scrambling to scrounge together the votes for some kind of new, undisclosed plan, trump is personally going after republicans who are bucking him, like alaska senator lisa murkowski who voted no on tuesday. and it's not just trump going after his fellow republicans who are against this bill, georgia gop congressman, buddy carter, who was asked about murkowski voting no. and he seemed to threaten her with physical violence. >> what do you think about the president going after lisa murkowski for her no vote yesterday, on the motion to proceed? >> i think it's perfectly fair. let me tell you, somebody needs to go over there to that senate and snatch a knot in their ass. [ audience ohs ] [ light laughter ] >> seth: snatch a knot in their ass?
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[ laughter ] jesus, i guess when they drained the swamp, they found this guy floating at the bottom. [ laughter and applause ] what does snatch a knot in their ass even mean? it's like a "grand theft auto" character who tried to say, "i'll pop a cap in your ass" but had a glitch. "i'm gonna snatch a knot in your ass. eat bread, shopper." [ light laughter ] so now republicans in the senate are moving on to a third mystery plan. and just remember how insane this is. they're trying to pass a bill that they've just come up with, on the fly, to reorganize we one-sixth of the u.s. economy and strip health care away from millions. obamacare took 14 months and went through hundreds of hours of hearings and amendments from both parties. and at the time republicans argued that that process is too secretive. republicans like mitch mcconnell. >> americans are outraged by the last-minute, closed-door, sweetheart deals that were made to gain the slimmest margin for passage of a bill that is all about their health care. they're pulling out all the stops. they're doing everything they
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can to jam this bill through. and they don't even seem to care any more about how ugly it all looks. this is a incredibly unpopular bill. thus, their only rallying cry, make history. ignore the american people. what an act of arrogance. why don't you all just -- all you american people, all 300 million of you just sit down, shut up, sit down, we'll do it for you. we'll restructure one-sixth of the economy. we know what's best for you. this is an act of total arrogance. >> seth: wow. it's rare to see mitch mcconnell get so angry. usually he just keeps all his rage stored up in his neck pouch. [ laughter ] "don't make me open that." [ light laughter ] and now trump is out there, telling republicans they need to make a decision, that they don't have time for hearings or debate or letting the american people know what's in the bill. of course back in 2010, republicans felt differently. republicans like then-congressman mike pence. >> what's the hurry? i mean, the president says we got to bring it to a close. it's time to make a decision.
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you know, the issue of health care and health insurance and the long-term costs of health care is a profound issue that has enormous consequences, not only to the federal budget, but to the most precious decisions of every american and every american family. >> he says the time for talk is over. >> and the president says this -- >> he spoke to that. >> but why? >> saying -- saying that you guys on capitol hill have been debating this, he said for decades. and that, you know, the time for talk is over. >> yeah, well, and he says this isn't about politics. but why do we have to get it done in two weeks? >> seth: man, look at pence? that was seven years ago and he looks the exact same. [ light laughter ] can we see his kindergarten photo? [ laughter ] my god. of course, republican objections, back then, were not in good faith, and neither is the process they're using now. the things trump and the gop are doing right now are deeply unpopular, so they're doing them in secret. in the words of the great abraham lincoln -- >> you can fool some of the people all of the time. and to keep the rest out, we're
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. please give it up for the 8g band right over there. [ cheers and applause ] we're so lucky this week, we've been joined by grammy award-winning drummer, from legendary rock bands rage against the machine and audioslave. be sure to check him out in prophets of rage, whose self-titled album is out september 15th, brad wilk, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] thanks for another great week, man. come back soon. >> thank you. >> seth: now, if you got a chance to look at the paper this morning, you might have seen there was a new study on migrating tree frogs and -- excuse me, i'm sorry, i could be wrong here, but i think i smell some smoke and that could only mean one thing. it's time for "ya burnt!" ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome to the burn zone, everybody. we got a lot of topics to sizzle through, but not a lot of time. over here is the burner, let's turn on the gas and load her up. woo, scaramucci! [ laughter ] first up, karaoke. oh, good.
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it's that song i like, but out of tune and screamier. [ light laughter ] if i wanted to hear someone drunkenly butcher "piano man" i'd go to a billy joel concert. [ light laughter ] [ audience oohs ] and if i wanted to watch a bunch of people who aren't talented enough to be professionals, i'd go to a mets game. side burn mets. >> side burn. >> seth: karaoke, read my lips. ya burnt! public pools. if i wanted to splash around in pee, i'd go to a russian hotel room with the president of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] side burn, america. >> my country 'tis of pee. [ laughter ] >> seth: good news, there's a lifeguard on duty. bad news, he weighs 90 pounds and hasn't look up from his iphone in three hours. [ light laughter ] why is a 13-year-old in charge of saving my life? you he know what i don't want to wonder when i'm getting cpr? is this his first kiss? [ laughter ] public pools, like my eyes from all the chlorine, ya burnt! [ cheers and applause ] beach metal detector guys! hey, buddy, whatcha looking for? a friend? [ light laughter ]
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[ light laughter ] regular golf is a pleasant way to enjoy the outdoors. but in mini golf, i get to hit a ball past five cigarette butts and into a rusty clown's mouth. [ laughter ] on the plus side, mini golf usually ends with ice cream. on the down side, it usually starts with dad picking you up from mom's house and getting into a fight on the lawn of her new boyfriend hank's condo. >> hank's got a harley. [ laughter ] >> seth: mini golf, ya burnt. the tooth fairy. why do you need teeth so badly? are you a meth addict en route for a job interview? collecting teeth isn't fairy behavior, it's serial killer behavior. take a cue from santa claus, settle for cookies and stay the hell out of my kids' bedroom. tooth fairy, fly, fly, away, ya burnt! [ cheers ] up next, summer love. [ buzzer ] oh, that buzzer means we've run out of time. this has been "ya burnt." we'll be right back with more "late night," everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ steve was born to move.
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>> seth: welcome back, everybody, our first guest tonight is an emmy-award winning host, supermodel, and "new york times" best-selling author. she's currently hosting "america's got talent," which you can catch every tuesday night here on nbc. please welcome to the show, tyra banks, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: how are you? >> i am good. >> seth: i'm so happy to have you here. >> i am happy to be here. >> seth: and now, this is nice to have you in new york -- >> yes. >> seth: because you were born in l.a., and you are currently working in l.a., but you spent a lot of your life in new york. >> yeah, i was here as a model a lot, and then i lived here for eight years, and i just moved back to l.a. two years ago. >> seth: okay, so what do you miss most about new york? >> i miss getting barbecue, late-night. >> seth: oh, really? >> yes. >> seth: it's hard to get late night barbecue in l.a.? >> yeah, l.a. it's like 10 o'clock it stops. new york, it's like you can get the 'cue all night boo.
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you know what i'm saying? [ light laughter ] >> seth: wow, where do you -- where is a good late-night place to get the 'cue? >> you know, i love daisy may's -- >> seth: okay, where's daisy -- >> on 11th street. >> seth: okay, great. >> oh my god, the sides. it's very cafeteria style, don't think it's all fancy ya'll. [ laughter ] >> seth: okay, gotcha. >> all right, you can't wear this dress there. >> seth: by the way, it was very hard for me to picture fancy barbecue late at night. [ laughter ] >> so, okay. >> seth: all right, well, great. so, congratulations on "america's got talent." you -- very good ratings this year, you're a host -- have you been enjoying it? >> yeah, i have been having a really good time, but it is hard as hell. >> seth: it is. you were saying backstage, you have to -- you have to interview everyone. >> i have to interview every single person. >> seth: and they have very divergent talents. >> quite. i mean, it's the -- the singin' chicken that plays the piano, and the dog -- >> seth: yeah? was that a good interview? [ light laughter ] >> that was really good. she was like, laying eggs, and stuff. so, and then i'm the one that has to like hug them when they're crying, and tell them it's going to be okay. >> seth: right, so you're sort of a therapist as well. >> yeah. you have to know, you guys, that when you see people and they're doing some kind of crazy act, and you're like, oh, they're in on it, they're just having fun.
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no, a lot of times they are really serious, and think that's their real talent. >> seth: oh, gotcha. >> yeah. >> seth: so there are -- you mean, there's times where i'm watching, and i'm saying, "that person knows that's dumb," they don't? [ laughter ] >> they don't. >> seth: interesting. >> and you just don't see it, it might not have made the cut with them running into my arms and crying. >> seth: right, but i will say, i mean -- even things that look, again, who am i to judge, i'm sure a lot of people think what i do for a living is dumb. everybody has clearly put a lot of time into it, which is really nice. like even the skill that you would think is the silliest, has like a lifetime of doing it. have you had a favorite contestant this year? >> yeah. my favorite is this singer named yoli. >> seth: okay. >> she is out of miami. >> seth: great. >> and she came on the stage during auditions, and she's 21-years-old, but she had on all this like jewelry, and makeup, and just like way too much, and she started to sing, and simon stopped her, and he was like, "i don't know, i just -- you just -- you just look old, and just i can't -- i can't get into this." god, i just made him very cockney, didn't i? [ laughter ] >> anyway, and i could tell he was about to like, kind of just be over it, and my feet hurt on
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"america's got talent," 'cause i'm on my feet all the time. so, ya'll don't know, but i take off my high heels all the time, and i throw on vans. they're not paying me. but they should. >> seth: okay. [ light laughter ] >> and i throw on vans, and before i can turn, and put on my high heels, i had to go save yoli. i run out on the stage, i take off all of her jewelry, and she's like, "oh my god." and i take all of it off, and i'm like, "girl, be young. be young. now go." >> seth: oh, wow. >> and then she sang again. she got a standing ovation, and she made it to the mid-rounds, and now she made it to the live shows. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: well, congratulations for helping her out. >> thank you. >> seth: congratulations to yoli. so, that -- that seems like a little bit of your "america's top model" skills like, drifted in. >> i can't help myself, seth. >> seth: and now you're going back to "america's top model." this is the 24th cycle of the show. [ cheers and applause ] >> yes, 24 cycles. it's one of the longest reality shows, or television shows, ever. >> seth: now, we've obviously established that you've brought some of your "top model" to "america's got talent," will that go the other way? are you going to ask the models to like, spin plates?
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[ laughter ] >> spin plates, juggle. >> seth: yeah. >> i actually -- now because i created "top model" and i produce it. so, i've been speaking to my team, and saying, you see that "america's got talent" heart? you see how everybody's on their couch crying, looking at them kids singing, and this dog doing this? our objective is to make people cry this cycle. [ light laughter ] >> seth: really? >> yes. >> seth: 'cause they -- you don't think about the emotional connection on "america's top model" as much. >> yeah, so i mean, we have emotion, we have tears and stuff. >> seth: of course. >> but i want 'em to flow. i want you to watch "top model" and be like, tyra, baby, keep her. don't send her home. >> seth: i will -- i will look forward to this season of "america's top model." so, we have actually have children who are very close in age. i think your son is two months older than my son. >> oh wow, so your son's 14 months? >> seth: yeah, 14 months. >> oh, okay. >> seth: so congratulations, you had not put any photos of your son on social media, but you just did. >> for over a year. >> seth: congratulations, you made it longer than i did. >> thank you. >> seth: i had the plan not to. >> yeah, and why did you? >> seth: because it was just like, the world needs to see this little angel. >> this amazing gorgeous thing? >> seth: yeah, yeah. [ light laughter ] >> well mine -- it wasn't so much that i was itching for the
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world to see him. i went to a restaurant for father's day with my son and my dad. >> seth: very sweet. >> and we -- my son, it was by the ocean, and my son was -- awa, awa, awa -- water. >> seth: yep. >> and so i was like, okay, you're going to get in the water for the first time. i slathered him with like sun -- you know, screen. he was looking purple, 'cause he's black. so, we put on sunscreen we look purple. [ light laughter ] and he just was looking crazy. got slammed by waves. sand everywhere. we're leaving, paparazzi, and i'm trying to hide him with a blanket, and i'm like -- i pull over to the gas station after they get the shot. i -- i text his dad, and i'm like, "i got to put the picture out before the paparazzi. i don't want them to make money off of our child who had the first picture. >> seth: you wanted to beat 'em to the punch. >> beat them to the punch, so i post the damn picture, next day, ain't no paparazzi pictures, 'cause momma knew how to hide that camera. she's a supermodel for a reason, and so now his picture is out there and i didn't need it to be. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: you didn't need to do it. but -- this -- you have a beautiful baby. he's something else.
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>> aw, thank you. aws >> seth: really good -- you know, i know that you've sort of popularized the idea of smizing, smiling with your eyes. >> yes, yes. >> seth: it seems like that what your son is doing here. >> i know. [ light laughter ] >> seth: did he learn how to smize from you? >> i am not a stage mom. i don't want you to think that i am saying, "you ain't gonna get no peas and carrots if you don't smize." [ light laughter ] no, he just has that natural thing, and i had it when i was young, too, but i do not want him to model, but he has that thing. look at him, he's like, hello. >> seth: yeah, no. it's very -- [ light laughter ] >> i am smizing. >> seth: it like, pulls me in. i'm like, whatever you want me to do, i'm there. [ laughter ] well, congratulations on him, congratulations on your show. >> thank you. >> seth: so, lovely to have you here. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: tyra banks everybody. "america's got talent," airs tuesday nights at 8:00 p.m. on nbc. we'll be right back with kyle mooney. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ on mi came across this housentry
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it's okay. >> yeah. sometimes they'd grab me. like this. then they'd say, great job on your studies james. [ laughter ] >> seth: please welcome to the show, kyle mooney, everyone! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: hi, buddy. >> hey, seth. >> seth: so great to see you. >> i think that it's great to
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see you, too. >> seth: oh, thank you. >> thank you for having me. this is -- i love new york city. >> seth: great. [ cheers and applause ] excellent opening pander. [ light laughter ] so this is, this movie is really funny. it's really sweet and charming. it has sort of a -- an insane premise. do you want to try to lay it out for people? >> i'm going to try, i struggle with this so much. >> seth: because there's so -- you don't want to give it away. >> exactly, so i'm going to do my best. bare with me. the movie it's -- it's called "brigsby bear." it's about a guy who's obsessed with a children's tv show called "brigsby bear adventures." he lives with his parents in seclusion. one day, the show ends, his whole life changes, and he enters a whole new world. but he's still obsessed with the show. so he sets out to finish the story for himself. >> seth: excellent, there you go. i think that was very well done. >> oh, god. >> seth: like, really, really well done. [ cheers and applause ] and, so this is really cool. the film was directed by dave mccary. >> yes. it is really cool, and i thought it was cool, too. >> seth: and you guys are
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friends. you worked together in a sketch group called "good neighbor." and you've known each other forever. >> yes. dave and i have known each other since fourth -- fourth grade. >> seth: and you guys were in a band together? >> yes, we were in a hip hop group called instruments of intelligence. >> seth: instruments of intelligence. [ cheers and applause ] >> don't -- new york city! [ light laughter ] >> seth: so instruments of intelligence was a hip hop band. what was your music like? >> well we were -- we were really into underground hip hop, and conscious hip hop. >> seth: message, hip hop with a message. >> yes, exactly. so, all of our songs, our album -- our album was called "represent difference." though we weren't that different. [ light laughter ] but all of our songs were about how we weren't mainstream. we didn't want to be mainstream. we don't care about money, we don't care about girls. in reality i would have loved all of those things. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> we had one song that i like a lot called "stand and deliver." that -- it was truly a time capsule of the era, because the
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opening lines are "it's 2002." [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah, that is a time capsule. [ light laughter ] >> we want to make sure everybody knew what year it was. >> seth: i will say, like, now that we've gotten a sense of you, as a band, from those lyrics. but here you are, at your turn tables. >> yes. >> seth: and i will say, you don't seem to be enjoying it. [ laughter ] and i feel like if i walked into a club and this was the deejay, i wouldn't feel like, i'm about to have the best night of my life. >> see and i just -- i see somebody who is incredibly focused. [ laughter ] somebody who is going to make this his career. >> seth: yeah, so you watch -- on the show, and the movie, you watched "brigsby bear" on vhs. >> yes. >> seth: you are, in real life, you have an obsession with vhs. >> i love videocassette tapes. and i collect them. >> seth: you do collect them. this is a real photo of your collection of vhs tapes. >> yes. >> seth: yeah. there you go. [ light laughter ]
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>> somebody was like, "wow." >> seth: well, i think they said wow because, they don't quite know what it means. that a person -- >> well, i like they're like -- i kind of got like a gangster look over here. [ laughter ] yeah, no, i'm especially into children's tapes from the '80s and '90s. >> seth: and you brought some. >> i did bring some. >> seth: this is you -- this is a bag you actually brought 'em in. [ light laughter ] and so i'm going to pull a few out, and if you can just tell me a little about each of these tapes. >> i would love to. >> seth: okay, there you go. you can -- there you go. >> okay, so we got "prayer bear volume three." this is a time to pray. and for those of you who don't know "prayer bear," he's an animatronic bear who helps you to learn when is the right time to pray. he loves spumoni ice cream. i -- i don't know, you can maybe see. i don't know if you can see any of that but, he's just a really fun guy to have around. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter and applause ] this seems like a different guy than prayer bear, which is mr. nasty. >> okay -- mr. ooh boo!
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>> seth: so what does mr. nasty do? >> well, mr. -- this is a fascinating video, because mr. nasty speaks directly to you. he talks to the camera, and he just insults you. >> seth: uh-huh. [ light laughter ] >> that's the whole video, is just him telling you that he doesn't like you. >> seth: really? >> yeah. >> seth: and it's an actor a who plays mr. nasty? >> no, i think it's the actual mr. nasty. >> seth: oh, it's like a cartoon? [ laughter ] >> no, no. it's a human. >> seth: it's a human. okay, gotcha. i see. this one seems creepy immediately. >> okay, similarly this is -- [ audience groans ] this is video girlfriend. and yeah, this is another one where -- where you, you're the character. how -- how do i describe this. [ light laughter ] you're on a date with this woman. >> seth: uh-huh. >> and so the perspective is just you, the camera is your eyes. >> seth: got it. >> yeah, okay. and let's just say that things end up going pretty well. [ laughter and applause ]
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>> seth: this one. yeah, i don't -- i have no sense of what this could possibly be. >> "nathaniel the grublet." >> seth: the grublet? >> seth, well, you got to know about the grublets. [ laughter ] >> seth: i don't know -- just know, before you start, i know nothing about the grublets. >> okay, the grublets are, i think they're a family. >> seth: okay. >> and they -- they take junk and they turn it into nice things. >> seth: okay. >> and nathaniel the grublet is -- he's the focus of this story. he's seemingly played by like a, 40-something woman. [ laughter ] and there's -- he's got a big dog friend. >> seth: have you watched it? >> oh, yeah, i love it. >> seth: okay. >> it's -- [ laughter ] its kind of got these religious undertones. but they don't. >> seth: a lot of your tapes have religious undertones, because i'm going to guess that bible man also -- [ laughter ] >> i think there's some bible man fans here. >> seth: yeah, they are. >> yes.
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yes, that's religious, too. [ laughter ] >> seth: thank you so much for bringing these videotapes, i'm so excited. [ cheers and applause ] and -- >> if anyone wants to come over and watch those. i live in the west village. >> seth: and do you still have a v -- do you have a vhs player? >> i've got a dual vcr/dvd combo. >> seth: that's great. >> thanks. [ light laughter ] >> seth: so when was -- well i wasn't being -- [ laughter ] >> yeah, i guess it is pretty cool. >> seth: hey man, thanks for being here. congrats on the movie. >> oh, thanks for having me. >> seth: congrats on the great season of "snl." so awesome to see you, buddy. >> thanks seth. >> seth: kyle mooney, everybody! "brigsby bear" is in select cities friday. we'll be right back with music from onerepublic. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: tonight's musical performance is an original song written for the film "an inconvenient sequel: truth to power" which opens in select theatres this friday, and nationwide on august 4th. performing "truth to power," please welcome to the show,
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onerepublic, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i could tell you i was fragile i could tell you i was weak ♪ ♪ i could write you out a letter to tell you anything you need ♪ ♪ i've seen minutes turn to hours hours turn to years and i've seen truth turn to power ♪ ♪ if you could see me the way i see you if you could feel me the way i feel you ♪ ♪ you'd be a believer you'd be a believer ♪ ♪ minutes turn to hours
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♪ you'd be a believer you'd be♪ ♪ minutes turn to hours hours turn to years and i've seen truth turn to power ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: onerepublic, everyone. for tour dates head over to onerepublic.com we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] what's going on here? um... i'm babysitting. that'll be $50 bucks. you said $30. yeah, well it was $30 before my fees, like the pizza-ordering fee and the dog-sitting fee... and the rummage through your closet fee. are those my heels? yeah! yeah, we're the same size...in shoes. with t-mobile taxes and fees are already included, so you get four lines of unlimited for just $40 bucks each.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: my thanks to tyra banks, kyle mooney, onerepublic, everyone! [ cheers and applause ] brad wilk and the 8g band. stay tuned for "carson daly." we'll see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> carson: hi, i'm carson daly. this is "last call." tonight, a solid lineup for you. in our spotlight, it's the film maker behind the movie "sleight," j.d. dillard.

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