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featuring the 8g band with carter mclean. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that is fantastic to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. a source has told axios that president trump is triggered by the leaks about special counsel robert mueller's investigation, and his instinct is always to be on the offensive. so yeah, real good time to meet with the leader of north korea. [ laughter ] before he leaves, let's also give him a bunch of red bull and remind him hillary won the popular vote. [ laughter ] "ahh! let me negotiate." [ laughter ] president trump tweeted today quote "there was no collusion. it is a hoax, and there is no obstruction of justice. that is a setup and trap."
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but it's not trump's fault he tweeted that, it's just what his iphone auto corrects to when he types "hello." [ laughter ] "you know me so well. [ laughter ] you learned me, phone." [ laughter ] white house special counsel ty cobb will reportedly be leaving president trump's legal team at the end of the month. which is weird, because to look at him, i would have thought he left 105 years ago. [ laughter ] president trump said yesterday he is seriously thinking of creating a sixth branch of the military called "the space force." the space force is also what he calls his greeting style. [ laughter and applause ] that's right. [ cheers and applause ] hmm, a lot of space force fans here tonight. that's right, president trump wants to create a sixth branth -- branch of the military called "the space force." they'll patrol the distant
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reaches between him and melania. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter and applause ] "melania! can you hear me across the space force?" [ laughter ] a new jersey farm has come out with a ham-flavored ice cream. so if you like ham, and you like ice cream, you're still going to hate this. [ laughter ] after facing backlash for saying, "slavery was a choice," kanye west defended himself last night and tweeted a quote attributed to harriet tubman, that has been proven to be fake. but we already knew that. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and finally, over the past several weeks kanye west has expressed controversial opinions about racism in america. this culminated yesterday in a visit to tmz during which kanye described slavery as a choice.
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now, commenting on a black man's opinions about slavery is not something i'm comfortable doing. >> but i am! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: this is -- this is one of our writers, amber ruffin. >> kanye, i'm sure you think what you're doing right now is fun. but your words are being used as fuel for the alt-right movement. and my biggest concern is your words will affect how black children see themselves. you're telling them that it is their fault that they are at a disadvantage. so now i have no choice but to counteract all the harm you've done. >> seth: how are you going to do that? >> by speaking directly to the hearts of young people. using the most powerful art form known to man. rap. hit it! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: amber! hey, amber, are you even good at rapping? >> no, i'm not. ♪
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woo! ah come on ah come on please stop clapping. ♪ african american's history should be a great source of pride surviving the atrocity ♪ ♪ of slavery to thrive as part of a society is something black people should all be proud of ♪ huh! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: um -- amber, when is the last time you heard a rap song? >> 1990. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] pretty sure they had rhymes in 1990. [ laughter ] >> seth, this is for the children! [ laughter ] uh-ha-ha. ♪ to imply that slaves had a choice minimizing slavery and undercuts the strength ♪ ♪ of the black community something that kanye used to be a part of ♪
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huh! [ laughter ] >> seth: so -- ♪ amber, these are very important points, but i just don't know if this is the coolest way to get those points across. >> too late! [ laughter ] i've already committed! ♪ kanye's scary comments are a prime example of what happens when you have no black friends ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ you can't just repeat what your rich white friends say your music may be fresh ♪ ♪ but your views on race are garbage ♪ huh! [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: give it up for amber ruffin, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] we've got a great show for you tonight. she's the star of "quantico" on abc. priyanka chopra is joining us tonight! [ cheers and applause ]
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he's a fantastic writer, a great s hilarious "a.p. bio."or of mike o'brien is on the show, back with us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and music from a great rock band, lord huron, so you're here on a fantastic evening. [ cheers and applause ] before we get to all that, it seems like everyone who gets close to president trump eventually turns on him. and we're seeing that play out yet again this week, with everyone from his chief of staff to his former personal doctor. for more on this it's time for "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: trump is supposed to be focusing on a series of major foreign policy issues right now, but the constant swirl of chaos around him never seems to stop. yesterday, for example, we got a bizarre story about trump's former personal doctor, harold bornstein. remember this, guy? well, he's back in the news because yesterday this happened. >> donald trump's doctor for more than 35 years. tonight, harold bornstein, is telling nbc news details about the raid, as he describes it,
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that abruptly ended that relationship. bornstein says two weeks after the inauguration, three men including mr. trump's long time personal bodyguard, keith schiller, then the head of oval office operations, and the top lawyer for the president's business, the trump organization, showed up unannounced at bornstein's manhattan office and took all the president's medical records. the incident happened two days after bornstein provided private medical information to "the new york times," revealing that for years he'd prescribed mr. trump propecia, a hair growth medication. [ laughter ] >> seth: imagine being so sensitive about your hair when this is your hair. [ laughter ] "i want people to think, nature did thiso me." [ laughter ] now the raid of bornstein's office wasn't just limited to trump's medical records. they even made him take down photos of the president that bornstein had in his office. >> keith schiller and another man showed up unannounced asking for the records, and even a photo of donald trump and dr. bornstein together that was hanging on the
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wall in the waiting room. that was taken down. dr. bornstein says they asked him to take that picture down. >> seth: in fairness, that might have just been a business tip. [ laughter ] no one wants to go to their doctor's office and see a picture of their doctor with donald trump. [ laughter ] that's like going to your lawyer's office and seeing a picture of your lawyer with donald trump. [ laughter and applause ] so did the president of the united states really order the personal bodyguard to raid a doctor's office over some hair growth medication? bornstein seems to think so. yesterday he gave a rare interview to nbc news explaining what happened. >> what exactly were they looking for? >> well, his medical records, his pictures, anything they could find. they must have been here for 25 to 30 minutes. well, it created a lot of chaos. i couldn't believe anybody was making a big deal about a drug that's to grow his hair, which seemed to be so important. and it certainly is not a breach of medical trust to tell
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somebody they take propecia to grow their hair. what's the matter with that? >> seth: "anyway -- i got to go do my puppet show." [ laughter ] you know, i might believe trump didn't use propecia if the doctor who allegedly gave it to him didn't have the exact same hair. [ laughter ] i'm sorry, is this guy really a doctor? look at him. he looks like a cross between bruce vilanch and diane keaton. [ laughter and applause ] if you're supposed to dress for the job you want, i think he wants to be a grateful dead roadie, or a manager at a guitar center. [ laughter ] he looks like donald trump if trump were in the witness protection program. [ laughter ] when robert mueller shows up with an arrest warrant, michael cohen's going to give bornstein a check for $130,000 and say, "you need to switch places with the donald." [ laughter ] two more. he looks like that guy at the
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gym whose towel only goes three quarters around. [ laughter ] he looks like he blow dries his hair with an industrial space heater. [ laughter ] now you might remember bornstein as the doctor who famously declared during the 2016 campaign that, "if elected, mr. trump, i can say unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to presidency." well, during this new interview, bornstein was asked to explain how he could possibly justify such a grandiose assessment, and told nbc news, "i like that sentence, to be quite honest with you. and all the rest of them are either sick or dead." [ laughter ] did you forget obama? [ laughter ] though i have a feeling the last president bornstein remembers is l.b.j. [ light laughter ] "all i remember is we were protesting the vietnam war, i lit up joint, and then i was doing this interview." [ laughter ] but as it turns out, bornstein didn't actually write that letter about trump's health. last night he told cnn that trump himself dictated that whole letter. "i didn't write that letter." so how serious is all of this? well, when cbs contacted bornstein after the original nbc
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story, he declined to do an interview, but compared this story to the scandal that brought down richard nixon. according to cbs, bornstein refused an interview but said, "that nbc piece was a pretty good story." he signed off with, "sweetheart, this is watergate, goodbye." [ light laughter ] but while this story is fun to joke about, it's also serious because we now know the only two people who told us trump was healthy are a guy who had to withdraw his nomination, and fraggle doc. [ laughter and applause ] and even -- even if we leave it to the nonmedical professionals, trump's mental capacity isn't exactly getting rave reviews. for example, it was reported this week that trumps chief of staff, john kelly, has privately insulted trump's intelligence and warned other national security officials that they needed to save trump from himself. >> we begin tonight with breaking news in what looks like it could be the beginning of the end for the president's chief of staff, john kelly. multiple current and former white house officials telling
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nbc news that kelly has called the president an idiot multiple times. >> seth: now honestly, everybody calls their boss an idiot from time to time. except me, of course. i love you, papa! [ laughter and applause ] but with trump -- it seems to happen constantly. rex tillerson called him a moron, h.r. mcmaster called him a dope, betsy devos called him a hippopotamus, but only because that's how she thinks you say ignoramus. [ laughter ] it's like everybody who works for trump is fred sanford and he's lamont. >> you big dummy. [ laughter ] >> seth: and yesterday trump had yet another moment that might have earned him the lamont treatment. because during a ceremony presenting a trophy to the army football team, he repeated a bizarre idea he's floated before, that we should add a sixth branch of the military focused on space. >> you will be part of the five proud branches of the united states armed forces. army, navy, marines, air force,
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and the coast guard. and we're actually thinking of a sixth -- and that would be the space force. does that make sense? [ laughter ] >> seth: no. that does not make sense. [ laughter ] even trump knows what he's saying is crazy. "does that make sense? am i -- am i saying words now? [ laughter ] when will this dream where i'm president come to an end?" and yet he continued to ramble on about this idea. >> the space force, general. you probably haven't even heard that, i'm just telling you now. this is perhaps -- because we're getting very big in space. [ laughter ] both militarily and for other reasons. and we are seriously thinking of the space force. [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: what do you -- sorry -- what do you mean we're getting big in space? [ laughter ] trump talks about space like
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he's lying about his band. "we're getting very big in japan." [ laughter ] seriously, dude, it's the army football team, just give them their trophy. why does everyone who comes to the white house for a photo op have to suffer through an incoherent off topic trump rant? [ light laughter ] "you know this is pee tape thing, it's a total scam. i was never in moscow with hookers. and even if i was, i would never let them pee on my bed, because i'm a germophobe. everyone knows i take regular showers. not the golden ones. i like water. [ light laughter ] not urine. anyway, what do you say, scouts? let's take this picture." [ laughter and applause ] you can't blame trump for focusing on space when earth has been an such an ass ache for him recently. and no earthling has been more problematic than the special counsel in the russia investigation, robert mueller. in fact, today it was reported that yet another member of trump's legal team, white house lawyer ty cobb is leaving his position, and would be replaced by a veteran washington lawyer who represented bill clinton during his impeachment.
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and that news comes just a day after it was reported that mueller raised the possibility of a presidential subpoena. wow! to quote one of the great philosophers of our time, "sweetheart, this is watergate, goodbye." [ laughter ] so -- who knows. [ cheers and applause ] who knows where all these investigations will end up. but if by some chance they do lead to trump's down fall, it's worth checking on america's plan b, vice president mike pence. now you might be tempted to think, "hey, pence doesn't tweet insults. he doesn't scream at rallies. he must be better than trump, right?" in which case i would direct you to a pence appearance in arizona last night, where he was joined by a convicted criminal and notorious racist, ex-sheriff joe arpaio. arpaio racially profiled latinos and when a judge told him to stop he refused and was convicted of contempt of court. so what did pence have say when arpaio showed up at his event last night? >> i just found out when i was walking through the door that we were also going to be joined by another favorite.
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a great friend of this president. a tireless champion of strong borders and the rule of law. he spent a lifetime in law enforcement. [ cheers and applause ] sheriff joe arpaio! i'm honored to have you here. >> seth: i swear to god, this guy's reading his bible upside down. [ laughter ] mike pence is a guy who leaves a football game when players take a knee during an anthem in an exercise of their first ammendment rights, but is honored to be in the presence of a man found guilty of criminal contempt of court. in the words of our president -- >> does that make sense? [ laughter ] >> seth: this has been "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with priyanka chopra, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: for more of seth's "closer looks" be sure to subscribe to "late night" on youtube. party's over, 'six legs', she's got simparica now. simpari-what? simparica is what kills tick and fleas, like us.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: welcome back everybody. give it up for the 8g band right over there. [ cheers and applause ] back with us tonight, he's the multi-talented drummer for broadway's "the lion king" as well as jazz guitarist charlie hunter. be sure to check out his educational website fourhandsdrumming.com. carter mclean is here, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much carter. >> thank you. >> seth: our first guest tonight is a very talented actress who stars in "quantico." the third season airs thursday nights on abc. let's take a look. ♪ ♪
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>> hey, officer. >> seth: whoa! [ cheers ] please welcome back to the show priyanka chopra, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> seth: how are you? >> awesome. awesome to be back. >> seth: yes. it's so great to have you back. for those who are missing out, you play an ex-fbi agent -- >> yes. >> seth: current cia agent, black ops. >> ex-fbi agent. ex-cia agent, current black ops. [ talking over each other ] >> seth: you can't keep a job. you play a -- [ light laughter ] a person who just cannot hold down a job. >> yeah, she's a person of interest. she can't hold a job at all. >> seth: you have -- >> i'm constantly fired.
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i'm constantly framed. >> seth: but i can't believe you keep getting rehired. i feel like black ops should have looked at your resume, and said, "i got to be honest. fbi and cia both kicked you out." >> i don't know if they kicked her out. last time she -- the end of season two, she gave up everything. >> seth: okay, got you. >> she was like, "i always get framed because i'm the brown girl." >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] >> fbi does not like me. >> seth: yeah. >> so i'm out. peace. >> seth: okay. >> so, but in season three -- >> seth: you know what? i want a simple job where i just fight people on fire escapes. >> which is what she does. >> seth: yeah. >> she moves to italy and she settles in beautiful tuscany in montepulciano for three years. and we pick up this season three years later, which is amazing cause if you haven't seen the first two seasons, it doesn't matter. you can just start season three. >> seth: and the other thing that's amazing is you actually got to go to tuscany. were you so happy when you saw that in the scripts? >> i did. i was so excited, but i also felt terrible because i was the only cast member that went. >> seth: oh, right. >> yeah. >> seth: cause everybody else had to stay in the fake cia. >> yeah. everybody has to be fake -- fake italy in new york. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> but i got to go because i had to be really beautiful in the vineyards and everything, which was amazing. and i felt super bad.
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so i brought everyone wine from montepulciano where we were. >> seth: that's very nice. >> yeah. >> seth: yeah. >> cause i was like, you know, you can experience -- >> seth: did you really, or did you get home and go to a wine store and say, "i need wine from montepulciano?" [ laughter ] >> it says montepulciano. well, i could have done that in new york. >> seth: yeah, exactly. >> but no, i didn't. >> seth: okay. that's very nice. >> i got with me. may have got for me -- for myself, and then felt guilty when i arrived in new york. >> seth: and so you caved. you were like, "i got a bottle for you guys to share." >> yeah, and just -- >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> no, like eight bottles. >> seth: here's some dixie cups and do it up. >> no, no. >> seth: how -- now obviously, there's a lot of physical work on the show. a lot of fighting. how was your fighting skills? >> well, i always do my own stunts. >> seth: really? that's impressive. >> and now, i think -- this weird thing has started happening to me you guys. i think i've been doing -- being alex parrish for three seasons now, i've started to believe that i have her fighting skills. >> seth: oh, yeah, that's bad. [ laughter ] >> yeah. i mean, if i get mugged in new york, i'm going to be like all ready for it. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> and then someone's just going to slap me, and i'll be out. >> seth: well say, that was actually -- i hate to say this, as they're taking your purse, they'll be like, "that was easier than most muggings." >> yeah.
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[ laughter ] we should -- you should not have tried that. >> seth: yeah, like as soon as you did that, i was like, "this is going to be super easy." >> i'll be like -- wah! or something. >> seth: you also got to go to ireland. >> yes, we shot in ireland, dublin which was amazing. >> seth: and your mom came. that's a picture of you and your mom, in a pub it looks like. >> i think my mom just came for the beer. >> seth: yeah. she's a beer fan? >> yeah. she's a beer fan. but also -- >> seth: you guys to learn, you can get all these alcohols wherever you were. you don't have to travel. [ light laughter ] >> yeah, but it's ireland. >> seth: it is. >> and i think my mom just makes excuses to come and visit me when i'm in like, really interesting places in the world. so she just like uses me to actually visit this place. >> seth: yeah, but i mean, you still benefit. you get to hang out with your mom. >> yeah. and she's super cool. >> seth: and it seems like you've chosen to hang out with your mom a lot, because she is your producing partner. >> yeah, we're business partners. that's a lot of fun. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] how long -- >> you can never yell at your mom. >> seth: no. >> like, you know, when like it's a problem, or if you're having a disagreement, she always just gives you the eyes. like, she always just gives me the eye. [ laughter ] it's like disappointed.
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and then i'm just like fine, we'll do whatever you want. >> seth: so obviously, you bring a lot of creativity to the producer-ing partnership. >> yes, that's the deal. >> seth: what does she bring? >> i'm the creative, she's business. >> seth: okay, gotcha. >> i don't understand money and like taxes and all that complicated stuff. so she does all of that, where as i do all the creative stuff. >> seth: and was that your whole life? was she the one that was locked in on money and business? >> you know, it was amazing. like, my dad didn't know anything about money. so -- and my mom was always financially, like, very acute. so one day he was just like, "i don't understand this. here's my wallet. this is what we make." and now my mom started putting credit cards and like cash in his wallet. i think i still get pocket money. >> seth: she's a put -- she's a put pocket? >> i think so. yeah, she's a put pocket. [ laughter ] >> seth: oh, my god, $100. >> i need to use that. >> seth: how did this happen? >> it's like, "where did i get this money from? i'm rich." >> seth: you as a producer, you produce films all over the world, but you've done 50 movies in india. in bollywood. >> give or take. in india. [ cheers and applause ] and bollywood. >> seth: in bollywood. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: so i want to ask about this, because obviously i -- and i'm guilty of this as well, i
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believe bollywood to be a genre of films, but that's not the case. >> no. and that's what annoys me so much. i mean, i don't even think i realized that when i was in india working in hindi films that bollywood has been reduced to a genre, when it's not. it's actually an entire industry of movies which is action, drama. it's like hollywood. but we're not even -- bollywood's not even a place. >> seth: yeah. >> hollywood's a real place. >> seth: right. >> at trader joe's, i saw bollywood flavored popcorn. [ laughter ] how do you put a flavor to an entire industry? >> seth: yeah. >> what would hollywood's flavor be? like cheeseburger? >> seth: no, it would be gluten free. [ laughter ] >> gluten free. soy latte. >> seth: yeah, exactly. >> with no soy. >> seth: exactly. latte popcorn. >> yeah. so it's like -- what is annoying is that it gets reduced to such a stereotype, which it's really not. not every bollywood movie, though music is a very important part of our movies, but they're not all break out into random synchronized dancing.
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every industry has it's own stereotype. every country has it's own stereotype. >> seth: so you work with, obviously, the indian film industry so much. what is the stereotype they have about american films? >> well i think like -- aliens only land in america. >> seth: yeah, that's true. [ laughter ] that's a really good point. [ applause ] >> i want an alien in india. >> seth: yeah. you know -- >> i want e.t. >> seth: well, that's the thing. you can't say you want an alien, cause very rarely are they e.t. but one out of every 100 times, there is somebody who just wants to get out of there. >> that is true. yeah, they're usually trying to eat your brains. but i'd like to see what, like, other parts of the world would do when that happens. >> seth: right. >> you know? >> seth: i'm just worried that you will panic, and then you will break out into song. >> hey, i'm alex parrish. [ laughter ] i'll break out into a song, and kick butt. >> seth: okay, well then -- >> how about that? >> seth: i will buy a ticket for that. thank you so much for being here. >> thanks seth. >> seth: it's always such a pleasure to see you. >> it's always so much fun. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: priyanka chopra, everybody. "quantico" airs thursday nights on abc. we'll be right back with mike o'brien. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> seth: our next guest is a very funny comedian and writer, who you know from his work on "saturday night live." he is the creator of the nbc comedy series "a.p. bio." the season finale airs thursday night at 8:30. let's take a look. >> ghosts only haunt places that they died. and no one's ever died at whitlock. >> unless you count beehive beverly, who died of a head fire. >> a head fire? >> oh, it's whitlock legend. it was 1964 and our home-ec teacher beverly sills, was a real tom boy. now that didn't set well with principal thorson. so he made her put her hair up into a beehive. and one fateful day, she was pulling out zucchini muffins from the oven, and her beehive caught on fire, and flash melted down to the scalp. some people say that she still roams these halls. cursed to always wear a beehive. [ screams ]
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[ laughter ] >> seth: please welcome back to the show our very good friend mike o'brien, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> seth: hi, buddy. >> hey, how are you? >> seth: good. i'm so happy to see you. i have been very lucky to know you for a long time. you wrote on "snl." and i actually was lucky enough to be the guy who called you to tell you, you got the job. >> that's very true. i -- you know this, but they don't. [ light laughter ] when the call came in, i was literally getting out of a car and entering an elevator at northwestern hospital in chicago to go meet my sister erin's brand newborn liam, her oldest. a big deal for the family. everyone was gathered there. the headline of the day was definitely erin has a child. [ laughter ]
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and i had to kind of -- try to figure out at what point i should drop that there is another headline. [ laughter ] it's like also, i got hired at "snl," i'm moving in three days, but this is probably harder to do. [ laughter ] is it, though? i mean, i had to work really hard. >> seth: you had to work really hard. and now, you created this show "a.p. bio." you wrote the pilot yourself, and then, you were the show runner. so you have a writing staff, but you basically are in charge of the show. how has it been running a sitcom? >> well, first off, in that question, you left out that at some point, i was like, "seth, will you come? oh, please help, help, help, help, help." >> seth: yes, i'm very lucky to be a producer on the show, but you do all the work. >> very nice. running it was actually a blast. i had the best time. we had a wonderful writer's room and nbc is just the greatest network on earth. [ laughter ]
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we actually, we had a great relationship with the network. >> seth: yeah. we don't know yet if we have a season two. >> that's correct. >> seth: so this is all very positive to say. >> that's correct, yeah. [ laughter ] the minute we get a season two, i'm going to gossip my head off about them. but, yeah, yeah. it was -- it couldn't have been smoother. it was so fun. >> seth: how do you feel like you were as a boss, being in charge of a writer's room and everything else that goes with having a show? >> i think i was probably very chill and nice boss for everyone. i don't -- what i need to work on is the occasional jerk boss move and um -- >> seth: oh, you think you need it in your arsenal to be a jerk boss? >> i think so probably, yeah. >> seth: yeah. >> and this isn't one of the preset things. i don't have a joke to follow this. i just am sayiing -- >> seth: you're just realizing now, you need that. >> just thinking about it, i think the one thing is, i'm like, "is everyone happy, is everyone okay?" and sometimes, i think you have to -- well, you're kind of the boss of this show. you have to lay into people sometimes, right? >> seth: yeah, no, you have to hire a guy to do that. >> oh, got it. [ laughter ]
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i'll just do that then. that sounds better. >> seth: you just need a guy right, and, like, he goes in and lays into everybody, and then after he is done, you walk in and you're like -- [ laughter ] >> i know, i know that the last time i was on this show, all i did was rip on betty white. and i don't want to use a lot of my time on it. but that is exactly what she does. betty white is this -- dumb older actress and hosted snl once. and she didn't like my sketch. and she had this like 95-year-old manager who is like, "you cannot do this!" [ laughter ] and she was like, "i think he's --" and i was like, "oh, you two just met betty?" [ laughter ] i swore, i wouldn't go down this road. [ laughter ] >> seth: it's so hard to see you and not have that come up. [ laughter ] >> i'm so mad still and yet, she lives on forever. >> seth: she does. [ laughter ] >> she's going to live forever. >> seth: yeah, yeah. she is definitely going to be at
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your funeral. >> that's for sure. for sure. >> seth: so, i do want to ask about -- 'cause again, you made another -- we all know how you feel about betty white. you made a more subtle observation with another friend of ours who wrote on the show. i believe tim robinson is who you had this -- >> yes. >> seth: that -- and we won't name names, but there are a lot of british people who host "snl." at least somehow, they have an opinion about their american accents. >> yes. british people all think their american accents are the best. [ light laughter ] and so, you would get a british host of "snl" and you'd give the sketch and they're like, "well, i'm being british," and by the way, my british accent is bad. but at least i'm saying it. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> and they're like, "oh well, i'm doing my british accent and all these other sketches. maybe i'm american in this one." and we're like, "sure, yeah. whatever helps. get it on. yeah, yeah." and one particular guy was like, "should i be tennessee, or, like eastern tennessee?" and we're like, "oh, wow." "you know that nuance?
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yeah, i guess let's hear eastern tennessee. that sounds fine." [ laughter ] and he's like, "okay." [ imitating american accent ] and you're like, "that's nowhere on earth." [ laughter ] that's not east or west tennessee, but -- >> seth: i'm sorry about that. because that sketch probably didn't go that well once that happened. it got immediately, like the audience was like, "what is this supposed to be? where is he supposed to -- what planet is he supposed to be from?" and also, tim should have done it probably, because it was a very tim -- >> seth: yeah, tim sketch. you have a -- you had a comedy album, "tasty radio." >> yep, yep. >> seth: you read on george saunders book on tape, "lincoln in the bardo." >> yes. >> seth: you have a book on tape idea. >> yes. i love books on tape. i find like a.d.d. or whatever, it's easier to listen to books on tape, and i've been obsessed with the idea that i wonder what it would be like if the kamasutra did books on tape. [ laughter ] and i think it would go like
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this, i think it'd be like -- "okey doke, first page, i'm looking at here, looks like an indian guy and his gal doing it. [ laughter ] best i can tell, it's not quite how i do it, it's a -- hter ] it's kind of doggy style, but one leg is straight. that's all i got on that page. next page, same guy, same gal. this time they're -- it's like someone tipped them over on their side like cow tipping. ah, next page." i've got like ten pages. [ laughter ] "ah, it's like he passed out maybe a few too many brewski's and she's hopping around like a frog over him. he wakes up in the middle of that, and they decide to do it." [ laughter ] >> seth: i would buy that. i would absolutely download that. so the show, the season finale. you have such an incredible cast. >> yes. >> seth: glenn howerton and patton oswalt. paula pell -- those kids are
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great. the teachers are great. has it been awesome working with a cast like that? >> they are unbelievable. everybody was like above and beyond what i was hoping from them. they're all so talented, so funny. the kids were all wonderful surprises, not having known them. i was already a glenn howerton and paula pell and patton fan, and the three teachers, mary, lyric, and jean are improvising hilarious things. i was so proud and so happy to let that cast just take the scripts and elevate them. it was really wonderful. >> seth: well you guys have all done an incredible job. thank you so much for being here, buddy. >> thank you, buddy. >> seth: always such a pleasure. >> thank you. >> seth: mike o'brien, everybody. season finale of "a.p. bio," airs thursday night at 8:30 here on nbc. we'll be right back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hear that sizzle? yeah. red lobster's lobster & shrimp summerfest is back! get all the lobster and shrimp you crave, together in so many new ways. there's new cedar plank seafood bake.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: welcome back, everybody. president trump returned this weekend from yet another visit to trump national golf course in sterling, virginia. which is reportedly, his 110th day at a trump golf course since becoming president. here to give us a little insight into what he does all day is trump's personal golf caddie richie davidson, everybody.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> hey! >> seth: hey. i'm not sure if it's legal to drive that inside, richie. >> oh, it's fine. i'm trump's caddie. i have diplomatic immunity. >> seth: okay, well thank you so much for being here, richie. let's get right down to it. you are president trump's personal golf caddie. >> yeah, and it is not easy. 'cause that dude is terrible. >> seth: oh, so he's terrible at golf? >> oh, no, no, no. just like in general. >> seth: oh. [ laughter ] well, how's his golf game at least? >> i mean, he had an eagle on a par four yesterday. >> seth: oh, well, that's pretty good. >> not really. i think she had babies. >> seth: oh. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] i should have seen that coming. >> oh, the eagle didn't. beautiful bald eagle, drops from the sky and lands at trump's feet. i mean, you had to laugh. >> seth: really? >> yeah. trump laughed, and then said we all had to as well. >> seth: oh. [ laughter ] that's horrible. let me see if i can ask it this way, what's his handicap? >> um, i think dementia?
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>> seth: okay, i'm sorry. [ laughter ] just trying to figure out what trump is like on the golf course. >> oh, oh, you know, it's usually just a lot of like pointing, and yelling, "fore!" >> seth: okay, well that seems pretty normal. >> not really. i mean, some of these women are at least eights or nines. >> seth: okay, i'm sorry, this is -- [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] just, you're his caddie. so i'm trying -- but that's terrible. >> that's not the worst part. he makes me help him cheat. >> seth: okay, so how do you help him cheat? >> i'll like, call the hotel and i'll make the reservations, and then, i'll tell the girls what room to go to. [ laughter ] >> seth: okay, not golf, richie! look, what is -- golf. does he even enjoy it? >> oh, yeah, i mean, he loves the pga tour, the honda classic, the u.s. closed. >> seth: oh, i think you actually mean the u.s. open. >> oh, he doesn't like to say "u.s. open" because he thinks mexicans will try to cross the border. >> seth: okay, i'm sorry. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] richie, i got to say, being trump's caddie sounds terrible. >> i mean, it's not my only job. just the other day, he made me --
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oh, god, what is it called? oh, secretary of veterans affairs. >> seth: what? [ light laughter ] >> yeah. trump didn't have cash. so he was like, "how about a cabinet position?" >> seth: oh, that was your tip? >> no, no, no. my tip was if you're ever in a russian hotel room, check for cameras. >> seth: okay, give it up for trump national golf course caddie richie davidson, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with music from lord huron. let's see if richie can get out of the studio. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you pay in time.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: my next guest are a fantastic band currently on tour in support of their latest album "vide noir." performing "wait by the river," please welcome back to show lord huron, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ i will wait by the river in the light of the moon at the edge of the city i will wait for you ♪ ♪ though i can't wait
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forever someday i'll be dead and gone and i won't be forgiven ♪ ♪ for what i've done i will wait by the river i will wait by the river i will wait by the river ♪ ♪ i will wait by the river i will cry out to heaven as it rains down on me i will beg for forgiveness ♪ ♪ get down on my knees if i can't change the weather maybe i can change your mind
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if we can't be together ♪ ♪ what's the point of life ♪ ♪ baby i didn't mean the things i said i don't honestly ♪ ♪ wish you were dead i'm a fool i'm just a man if i only could hold you again ♪ ♪ and the stars fill the river as it flows into the sky and the mind ♪ ♪ leaves the body and floats higher and higher if we can't be together i will leave ♪ ♪ this world behind
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if i can't touch your body can i touch the sky i will wait by the river ♪ ♪ i will wait by the river i will wait by the river i will wait by the river ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: lord huron, everybody. the album "vide noir" is out now. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: my thanks to piyanka chopra, mike o'brien, lord huron, everybody! carter mclean, and of course, the 8g band. stay tuned for carson daly. we'll see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ >> carson: good evening and welcome to hyde sunset, our home tonight for "last call." i'm carson daly. good to see you. tonight, ella purnell is gonna get our spotlight treatment. absofacto is the music. they'll preform from the el rey. but first, we'll kick things off with a veteran actor and comedian, whose credits include "roseanne", "true lies", and his brand new comedy special, "past and present imperfectly." from ohm nightclub, this is tom arnold. ♪ >> you know, i got to spend time at frank sinatra's house, and, uh -- i'm with roseanne.

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