tv Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC June 29, 2019 12:37am-1:38am EDT
♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers. tonight -- kevin bacon, from "spider-man: far from home," actress cobie smulders, host of "klepper," comedian jordan klepper featuring the 8g band with jessica burdeaux ♪ [ cheers and applause ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers. this is "late night.to how's everybody doinght? [ cheers and applause in that case, let's get to the news during an interview yesterday, president trump asked his chief of staff, mick mulney, to leave the room, after mulvaney coughed while he was speaking.
which is weird, but at least it explains why melania started smoking unfiltered pall malls. [ laughter ] president trump announced plans this week to help people who leave prison find jobs as opposed to his current program where he gives people jobs and then they go to prison. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause the supreme court is expected to hand down rulings on up to 24 cases in the coming days beforeheir summer break. also getting 24 cases before summer break, brett kavanaugh. [ laughter and applause [ audience oohs the dnc has announced the lineup for next week's presential primary debate with elizabeth warren, cory booker, amy klobuchar, beto o'rourke and bill de blasio facing off against all of your friends' dads [ applause ]
hi presidential hopeful pete buttigieg said in a n interview that he is almost certain that america has already had presidents who were gay. and i'm not saying he's right,e but whenid it, the presidential portrait of james buchanan somehow winked. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ec a nationwide rl has been announced for ragu pasta sauce due to the possibility that it contains plastic fragmentsu, said ragshh that'sa nana's secret ingredient. [ laughter ] p just a little bit ofstic." [ laughter ] o.j. simpson joined twitter this weekend. and i know -- i know this is the wrong take, but he looks terrific [ laughter ]i an, dude's 71. what's your secret
i mean, your other secret. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause your other one lawmakers in new york state have reportedly resumed negotiations on a slled bill to legalize recreational use of marijuana. i guess if everybody's high, at least the trains will seem fast. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause mastercard has announced that ii now allow transgender people to use their chosen name on credit cards, instead of the name found on their official forms of i.d and discover card announced that you can now use their card at several places [ laughter ] [ applause ] according to reports - [ laughter ] according to reports, britain's prince philip discouraged his grandson, prince harry, from marrying actress meghan markle saying, quote, "one steps out
with actresses, one doesn't marry them." responded harry, "stop sign. stop sign! stop sign! [ laughter and alause i want credit for putting the passenger seat on the right side of the road for an english driver [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause i think it probably would have playedetter, but everybody was sort of in awe of the amount that i put work into the -- you know [ laughter ] they were like, "stop laughing, i'm watching him get it right. rdcan't hear his object wo [ light laughter ] and finally -- the amount we talked about that. and finally -- and finally, the fruit company, driscoll's has an unced it will begin selling raspberries and strawberries meant to taste like rose while franzia is still trying to
make aine that does that [ laughter and applause ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show for you tonight [ cheers and applause he's starring in the powerful new showtime series "city on a hill." kevin bacon is back, everyon [ cheers and applause you can see her in "spider-man: far from home" in theaters beginning july 2nd cobie smulders is back [ cheers and applause ry and he is the veunny host of "klepper" on comedy central. jordan klepper is here, everybody. [ chee and applause so it's a great night. before we get to our guests,pr ident trump sat down for a rare interview with a network that wasn't fox news "a closer look.", it's time for [ cheers and applause ♪ >> seth: trump almost never does interviews with anyone other than a friendly outlet like, for example, "fox and friends. in fact, he just did one with them on friday where they kicked off the interview with this hard-hitting exchange.
>> it is the president's birthday >> the president is turning 73 today >> m-hmm >> and he is joining us by phone right now. good morning to you, mr. president. >> good morning. >> happy birthday. how do you plan to celebrate >> well, i think i'll just work, if you want to know the truth. when you s - >> that doesn't surprise us. >> you got to have a cake or something. >> i don't have time to celebrate. >> what about a cake >> yeah, we'll have a little piece of cake tonight. >> seth: they talk about him like he's a child. [ laughter ] the president turns 73 today, and that's why we're doing our show live on location from chuck e. cheese. [ laughter ] so that --hat is - [ applause ] right there, that's the kind of interview trump'ed to. also you can see why, because when trump sat down with abc anchor george stephanopoulos, he was tripped up by even the simplest questions for example, trump has blocked democrats in congress from reviewing his financial records. in the abc interview, trump tried to claim there was nothing suspicious in those records. but he couldn't get past the fact that his chief of staff
mick mulvaney, who was in the room, was cohing during his answer >> they're after my financial statement, the senate. they'd like to get my financial statement. at some point i hope they get it >> you gonna turn it over? >> no at some point -- i might but at some point, i hope they get it, because it's a - it's a fantastic financial statement. it's a fantastic financialt. statemen and let's do that ovhe coughing in the middle of my answer. >> yeah. okay >> i don't like that, you know >> your chief of staff >> if you're going to cough, please leave the room. >> let's get a shot of - >> you just can't -- y just can't. >> just to change the shot >> sorry [ light laughter ] >> okay. do you want to do that a little differently then >> yeah. we'll just change the angle. yep. thank you. >> so at some point -- so at some point, i look forward to, frankly, i'd like toave people see my financial statement >> seth: just remember that the next time donald trump says he has a great health care plan, y the plan is if cough, get the [ bleep ] out of here. [ laughter ] [ chrs and applause
now, it's not that i feel bad for mick mulvaney, but you know there's a pretty good ance they set up the cough as a signal and trump forgot. [ laughter ] ayf i accidentally start sg i want congress to see my financial records, you know, give me some kind of signal. something simple lika cough. "sure, but won't a cough be distracting? "no, a cough is great. [ laughter ] i mean, it's not like i'm goinos to lmy mind when i hear a cough. [ laughter ] also, i love - i love that trump thinks his swer was so good that the coughing ruined it [ laughter ] dude, you'd be better off if every answer you gave was interrupted by coughing, like what -- for example, what does this mean? >> hey'd like to get my financial statements at some point, i hope they get it >> seth: you won't give it to them, but you hope they get it [ laughter ]
what does th mean? are you playing hard to get? [ laughter ] "oh, you want my financial statement? well it's right hereas chme [ laughter ] chase me." [ cheers and applause but the fun part of this interview wawatching stephanopoulos set trump up by tossing him a few softballs that were right in his wheelhouse in ordeto warm him up and then hitting him with the tough questions. for example, there was the part where stephanopoulos greeted trump in the morning and asked him how much sleep he got. and the conversation veered into which meals trump likes the most >> how much sleep? >> probably, i average four or five hours, i guess. >> are you a big breakfast guy >> i'm not a breakfast guy at all, fortunately >> no? >> i like the lunches, but the dinners is what i really like. >> seth: now that's the kind o interview trump likes to give. [ light laughter ] he wants the same questions you'd ask while facetiming with yourrandpa in his retirement home [ laughter ] "how is your birthday, grandpa
did you have breakfast [ laughter ] oh, you like dinner more that's great is someone coughing in the background oh oh, everyone's coughing, okay. [ laughter and applause also, by the way - how predictable is it that trump is anti-breakfast? of course trump is against the most important meal of the day [ laughter ] "i don't like to front load my energy i like to fill up my belly at night and have a fitful sleep s i wake uce and paranoid. [ laughter ] but this is how you rope-a-dope trump. you bring the rope, he brings the dope [ laughter ] you soften him up with a dumb question like this to ge going and then you hit him with a tougher one about something like the mueller report. and when stephanopoulos did that, trump was clearly thrown off kilt >> if you answer these questions to me now, why not answer them to robert mueller under oath >> because they were looking to get us for lies or slight misstatements. he hired 18 people -
>> you didn't answer questions on obstruction >> wait a minute wait a minute. i did answer questions i answered them in writing >> not on obstruction. >> i don't know about this i don't know i answered a lot of questions. they gave me questions i answered them inriting >> not on obstruction. >> look, george, you're being a little wise guy, okay? [ laughter ] which is, you know, typical for you. >> seth: did you just ca little wise guy? [ laughter ] did you -- did you also tell hid to go homeet his shine box? [ laughter ] every time you think trump couldn't sound more like scorsese character, he finds a way. this interview should have had a voiceover from henry hill. >> why not answer them to robert mueller under oath? >> i knew they were cops [ laughter ] only cops talk that way. if they had been wise guys, i wo dn't have heard a thing. >> seth: stephanopoulos also asked trp about the evidence contained in the mueller report that he obstructed justice in fact, more than 1,000 former prosecutors signed a lette saying that there was enough evidence to indict trump but when stephanopoulos asked trump about that, trump dismissed it >> robert mueller said he's not ulached a decision that co not exonerate you.
and he laid out all that evidence more than a thousand former federal prosecutors. >> oh that's -- they're all politicians. moy, george, look, i know about prosecutors than you'll ever know. [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] >> seth: that doesn't sound as good as you think it sounds. [ laughter ] that's like if you're watching "law and order" with a buddy and they go, "see, his mistake was throwing the body in the river without weighing it down you gotta weigh it down. [ laughter ] everybody knows that!" anof course, stephanopoulo also got trump to make a shocking admission that if a foreign government offered him dirt on a political opponent, he would definitely take it >> your campaign this time around, if foreigner if russia, if china, if someone else offers you information on opponents, should they accept it or should they call the fbi? >> i think maybe you do both i think you might want to listen i don't -- there's nothing wrong with listening >> seth: wow, dude you would have been better off if that answer had been interrupted by coughing. [ laughter ] >> should they accept it or should they call the fbi >> i think they -- [ incessant coughing ]
>> seth: "stop coughing, i'm good." [ applause ] but in a way, it was - was at least refreshing to finally get an honest confessiop from tbecause before this interview, trump was still pretending he had no interest in colluding with a foreign governmentre for one thing, tere the all-caps tweets screaming no collusion, and last week trump even lied to reporters and claimed the mueller report had actually shown that his campaign rejected contacts from the russiagovernment trump made that comment while sitting next to the president of poland, and he couldn't help but get him involved they were very disappospoke. it said no collusion, and no obstruction and no nothing and, in fact, it said, we ac ally rebuffed your friends from russia. >> seth: his friends, what [ laughter ]u why are yoagging him into it are you trying to frame him? "i had nothing to do with russia, but you should talk to this guy over here [ laughter ] guilty as hell." laughter ] so with all this going on, you'd
be forgiven for not trusting trump when to comes to russia. and even if you put aside um trs latest comments, there's all the damning evidence about his campaign's contacts with russians, his constant praise for vladimir putin and even howt excited trump issee him. i mean, look at that even putin seems kind of bummed to be with him laughter ] this looks like a family photo of a corny dad on a road trip with his goth teen [ laughter ] it should be at the grand canyon [ laughter and applause "could you at least -- c you at least smile for one picture we drove 30 hours. i let you to listen to your music in the camper. [ light laughter ] a well, if you concerned, apparently you're not alone. as we learned this weekend, even intelligence officials don't trust trump with sensitive information when it comes to russia >> the united states is reportedly ramping up cyber attacks on russia's electric power grid and "the new york times" says,ti has been placed deepernto the russiagrid than ever before.
>> this from "the new york times" story, "twomi adstration officials said they believe mr. trump had not been briefed in any details. pentagon intelligence officials describe broad hesitation to goi into detwith mr. trump about operations against russia for concern over his reaction, and the possibility he might countermand it or discuss it with foreign officials." >> seth: wow, they can't even give the president of the united states sensitive details 'rout russia, because they afraid he'll blab about it to putin.ly this is probhy trump spends all of his time showing off new paint colors for air only thing his aides trust him to do. [ laughter ] that's why putin -- that's why putin looks so bummed in those photos "do you have any classified secrets, donald? w "oh, yeah,re painting air force one red, white, and -- blue [ laughter and applause] trump keeps going on tv -- keeps going on tv and giving us more evidence against him. meanwhile, democrats are having a weird debate over whether they should impeach him or focus on beating him in 2020. if anything, it seems like the
answer is simple - >> you do both [ laughter ] >> seth: this has been "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause we'll be right back with kevin bacon, everybody [ cheers and applause ♪ a >>ouncer: for more of seth's "closer looks," be sure to subscribe to "late night" on youtube. [sprinklers] [label tearing] [bottle opens] yay! [aahhh] [label tearing] [bottle opens] [label tearing] [bottle opens] [aahhh] the shawn mendes verizon up concert was surreal.
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♪ >> seth: welcome back, everybody. give it up for the 8g band right over therend [ cheers applause also sitting in with us this week, she's an up and coming touring and session drummer fro, chicago, illinoihose videos have garnered millions of views. you can keep up with all she's doing over on instagram @jburdsbeats jessica burdeaux is here, everybody. [ cheers and applause thanks for being here, jessica our first guest tonight is an iconic actor you know from "mystic river," "apollo 13," and "a few good men. he stars in the new showtime series "city on a hill" which airs sunday nights let's take a look. >> you know why i do what i do i was a kid. right?nn i saw bobby key giving [ bleep ] to jimmy hoffa on a wall of tvs at the window at leechmere's. you know, i'd forgotten about this and then somebody reminded me about it now, i didn't know who bobby kennedy was. i didn't know who his brother
but here was this kid giving [ bleep ] to adults, and i wanted to be that. >> seth: please welcome back to the show kevin bacon, everyone a [ cheers andlause ♪ ♪ >> seth: welcome back, kevin >> thank you, thank you, thank yo seth. [ cheers and applause >> seth: congratulations on the show this show ticks a lot of boxes for me boston crime drama >> yeah. >> seth: '90s. a lot of great people involved with it. night.d the first episode last it's great >> thank you thank you. >> seth: and you got to -- you got to grow a mustache for it. [ laughter ] >> yeah. this is one of those -yo know, i thought it was right for the character. he's kind of stuck in the '80s and the '90s, a lot of l people didn't have a of -- you know, we just wrapped today and i'm so anxious to get it
off. i mean, i -- [ laughter ] it's, you know would you mind if i took it off right now? s >>h: you want to shave it right now? >> would that be all right >> seth: yeah, that would be great. [ cheers and applause >> what i figured was -- >> seth: oh, wow >> i kind of feel like - >> seth: wait, wait. wait >> what?be >> seth: you'v in show business for a very long time. >> yeah. >> seth: so you've -- you've stopped tonight. [ laughter ] but, like, there's a chance -- well, isn't there a chance you might have to do a reshoots, like, you could get a call tomorrow >> [ bleep ] [ laughter ] >> seth: i think -- i don't think you took enough off. i think you can t by with that [ laughter ]h, >> oo. i didn't actually share this with the producer. [ laughter ] >> seth: you know what, take the rest off >> all rightdo i don't want -- t want distract from -- >> seth: okay, so i'll just keep going. >> yeah, keep going, yeah. >> seth: yeah, okay, great [ laughter ] >> in ct, let's just make it quick. [ laughter ] would you hold that for me >> seth: yeah, yeah, of course >> awesome >> seth: there you go. [ cheers and applause
really >> all right >> seth: i got to say, if you don't -- >> sorry about t dna >> seth: if you don't have a -io like, a promotl gig with that razor company, you really had to have one. i mean, you knew what you were doing there. >> listen. [ laught ] it's a living. >> seth: you said -- >> ow, my god! >> seth: yeah, you look fantastic. au said -- you said sorryut the dna you were leaving here. >> yeah. >> seth: i feel like that's a real good segue to something >> there you go. >> seth: i was on "finding your roots. yeah. >> seth: the great show with henry louis gates. and one of the things they do is they show you at the very end someone who is a genetic cousin of yours and i got you. i'm one degree from ken bacon. >> isn't that awesome? [ laughter ] i heard about that [ cheers and applause >> seth: yeah. [ applause ]pt >> and everyone aying to me, "hey, have you met cousin seth [ laughter ] oh, he's --"no which, are you from the evil side of the family or the good side? >> seth: i'm from the good side of the family. >> okay. >> seth: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> yeah., list you know how many -- how many degrees of -- how many, like - >> seth: i don't know, like, i think genetic -- i think genetin cousbasically means like somewhere between, like, you know, like, adam and eve and, like, yesterday.
>> that's right. [ laughter ] yeah, well - >> seth: it could be a long ways back >> and you know i was on the same show. >> seth: yeah. >> it was discovered that my i wifealso my cousin >> seth: yeah. >> yeah. [ laughter ] so we're all three -- just three cousins. >> seth: just three. [ laughter ] three regular cousins. >> yeah. >> seth: yeah. >> and so can we expect you at thanksgiving next year >> set yeah, i'll be there >> okay, good. [ laughter ] good >> seth: you once -- is this a true story that you once had a -- you hired subway performers, musicians, to be at your thanksgiving >> i did, yeah i did. yeah, it was -- it was actually the year after 9/11. the first thanksgiving obviously -- >> seth: yeah. >> -- was a very solemn one. it happened in september and i was just november. and then the following year i something fun. kind of do we have a big thanksgiving at our house. 40 people. well, next year, 42. >> seth: yeah, yeah. no, exactly. [ laughter ]>> ou're gonna bring two? >> seth: i tried to go but you were like, "our hard cap's 40. yeah [ laughter ] but --kind of is i but, and i saw these guys on the subway, just a fantastic
a capella band and i just went up to them and said, "would you guys come and sing at thanksgiving?" and so nobody knew, which was really cool. >> seth: that's great. >> yeah, so they just kind of olked through the door at point, you know, and during the pie, and they just rocked it out. >> seth: they crushed it >> yeah. >> seth: that's great. >> they were amazing >> seth: that's wonderful. >> amazing >> seth: i look forward to whatever you do this year.in i'm obviously goto set a very high far. [ laughter ] you have, obviously, you've worked in boston before "mystic river. >> oh, yeah. >> seth: "patriots day." >> yeah. >> seth: what is it like working in boston versus other filming locales? >> well, i love working in boston this is probably my sixth or seventh thing i've done there. i don't really know why i keep and, you know, boston o i do. interesting, because everybody has a really great sense of thif history his city, but it's not just - it's, like, real old historical stuff. likehe"oh, you know, that -- t colonials died there." or something i don't even know. >> seth: yeah,[ eah. ughter ] >> i'm not big on history, but then it's also, like - like more recent stuff, like,
"you know, my cousin knows a guy that was shot. you kn, he was connected to, you know, like, right in that -- "right in that alley right there. [ laughter ] you know, it's -- and so you always get this -- it also feels like a super, super small town, you know >> seth:doeah, it definitely >> everybody knows everybody everybody knows everything about everything that's going on i have a great fondness for it >> seth: it is true that if you are nice to people in boston, everybody knows by the next time you got back, because they all do know each other >> yes yes. >> seth: like, i'll go back, and they'll be like, "hey, my cousin, tommy, worked the door at your last show. >> yeah. >> seth: "he said you're a class act. >> yeah. >> seth: "i really appreciate it." >> yeah. >> seth: you're ke, "alright well." [ laughter ] >> right right. right. and everybody has a friend that knows h:guy. >> seah, they do [ laughter ]wa they're very -- i to ask about this because your first -- not a lot of people have such iconic first roles or films. "animal house. u >>huh. >> seth: you were in "animal house. you were 18-years-old. >> yeah. >> seth: were other people in that movie at that point, were
they all starting out? were there people -- was john belushi famous? >> john belushi was famous, because he was on "saturday night live." >> seth: yeah. >> and -- have you heard of it >> seth: oh, y [ laughter ] >> he was, you know, he was on "saturday night live" and also was at that pinnacle o like, his greatness on "saturday night live." and he was traveling back and forth from "snl" in new york, and we were shooting all the way out in oregon.he and as the first real, you know, celebrity that i ever met and certainly movie star and so i was really, really, like, taken with him geand he was a very, very rous and warm guy i'll never forget, he did a party that i got invited to, ane ere all staying at this crappy hotel he had a house, a rented house, i think it was by the water. e and he hadrybody come over and he had brunch, and he had flown lox from new york. and that blew my mind. [ laughter ] that first off, he would have a
party,e able to afford it and that they would go to -- it was ke zabar's barney greengrass or something, get this giant -- i'd ever ate lox, because it was too expensive. >> seth: yeah. >> and there was just piles of itas it what combined with the first time that i'd ever heard of a mimosa. >> seth: oh, wow [ laughter ] >> yeah. so this was a really, reallyin major point y life >> seth: yeah. >> along with meeting john >> seth: i mean, to be introduced to lox and mimosas on the same day [ laughter ] >> yes by john belushi. >> seth: by john belushi you're right >> yeah. >> seth: that's a lot better i think mine was, ke, my aunt christy yeah [ light laughter ] you know her >> yeah. [ laughter ] yeah cousin christy [ applause ] >> seth: hey, thanks so much for being here >> all right, brother. >> seth: it's always such a pleasure >> all right >> seth: kevin bacon, everybody. [ cheeit and applause "con a hill" sundays on showtime we'll be right back with cobie smulders [ cheers and applause ♪ your world elite mastercard now has more benefits, including lyft.
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>> these myths are threats >> they first materialized on my earth many years ago i was part of the last battalion left trying to stop them all we did was delay the inevitable >> the elementalare here now they're tracking the same coordinates.ll our saes confirm it. >> we have one mission kill it. you're coming with us. >> mr. fur this all seems like big-time, you know, huge superhero kind of stuff. and, i mean, i'm just a friendly neighborhood spider-man, sir >> bitch, please, you've been to space. [ laughter ] >> seth: please welcome back to the show our good friend cobie smulders, everyone [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> seth: welcome back. how are you? >> t nk youis this my gift? do i get to keep kevin bacon's mustache >> seth: yeah, that's
kevin bacon hair yeah [ laughter ] >> i'm going to hold onto this for my own private collection. >> seth: you can put it on as a fake mustache. >> oh. >> seth: and then you're zero degrees from kevin bacon[ ughter ] are you -- first of all, it's great to have you back in new york this is your first marvel movie since "endgame." >> yes, yes. >> seth: does it feel like -- i mean, it must feel like the beginning of something new or do you have the relief of not having to keep secrets about "endgame" anymore? >> it's so nice, especially with this one, because it picks up right after "endgame" so the press before it came out was, you couldn't really reveal, you know, who was still with us and who was not. >> seth: yeah. >> so it's really great. i mean, it's so fun. this movie is funny.d an's sort of -- we're trying to like lighten the mood >> seth: yeah, you need to, like post- "endgame," just like, have a li, le like, "hey, everybody we're -- >> everybody, there is a bunch of teenagers hanging out >> seth: we're going to europe >> yeah. come on. summer vay yeah but i'm the adult. i'm the adult. >> seth: yeah. as you can see from thip we're sort of the parental guidance
>> seth: yeah. >> we try to get him back -- back to work and help us o >> seth: your husband, taran, who is a dear friend of mine, he's a huge comic book fan >> yes >> seth: and over the years when you received these scripts under top-secret circumstances, does he get a peek or do you keep it from hims well >> well, like, he's only allowed to have sex with one woman - >> seth: oh, okay. >> -- which is me. >> seth: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah that's a good rule [ cheers and applause >> thank you >> seth: hard fact >> i didn't expect that response >> seth: yeah. yeah >> so thank you very much. so i feel like it's only fair. like, i feel like that is, you know, that's how i can repay him for never -- >> seth: i see >> for never - >> seth: oh, that's so nice of you. >> isn't it? so i don't know what i get >> seth: yeah. >> i don't know whatlike, i get in return, but, no, he gets to read everything i feel like marvel's cool with that >> seth: yeah. i think so, too. >> we're married >> seth: is my wife going to be cool when i come home tonight and go, "you owe me spoilers." [ laughter ] >> give mell your scripts. [ laughter ] who's going to survive this? yeah no he -- and he loves it. it's his -- it's his love. >> seth: yes, he does love it. >> he's like a huge fan.
>> seth: he also instagramed some picture you guys went to the big slick -- >> we did.h >> seth: -- whic a great charity event in kansas city with a lot of our friends. >> yes, yes. >> seth: and there's a charity softball game. >> yes >> seth: and are you competitive? i'm super competitive and okay >> seth: thereou are on the field. >> i'm very excited about this picture, because look, this is the cross-leg catch. >> seth: yeah. >> i don't know what, like, i'm about to fall over but i got it. >>eth: yeah. that i will say, like, from right here, this looks like so kick ass it's like real weird >> it's like, "woah! [ laughter ] okay." >> seth: yeah, like, i don't remember a single little league coach being, likco when the ball s, you want to cross those legs - >> cross those legs. [ laughter ] >> seth: -- and then just kind of tip >> lose your balance >>e.eth: kind of tip a littl >> lose your balance yeah no but that -- i wish that was, like, an out but it hit the ground, and then, i caught it. but i did -- seth: that counts for something. >> for me, i mean, it's a lot of pressure you're on the field. >> seth:eah. >> and it's like there's a professional team watching you and as there is a whole, you know, a whole stadium full of people watching you. and you just want to make contact-- >> seth: yes >> -gowith that ball when you up to the plate. >> seth: yes >> and i did
i hit it right away. and i got a double >> seth: there you go, that's great. [ cheers and applause i -- >> i felt very good about myself >> seth: the last time i did anything like that, the first d time up, i poppe in the infield. >> okay. >> seth: but i was like, "all right, you know what, get my timing back. >> it's out there. >> seth: and then, the next tim, i went uhe celebrity coach, who was an ex-baseball player, pulled me aside, he was like, "how do you feel about bunting?" and i was like, "jesus i'm not going to bunt-- " >> that's more tricky >> seth: "-- in a charity softball game. >> yes yes. yes. >> seth: no. >> no. so what did you do >> seth: i took my money back -- i donated money to charity i took it back [ laughter and applause >> that's your fault, celebrity coach. that's your fault.a >> seth: you have levision show coming out that is also based on a comic >> yes >> seth: "stumptown" by one of my favorite -- based on a comic book by one of my favorite --. greg rucka is a great -- >> he is the greatest. >> seth: yeah. >> i'm so happy you know him - >> seth: yeah. >> -- because he's, like, such a talented person. >> seth: and this is a great ok and it's - >> yeah. >> seth: this is sort of out of -- this is a comic, but it's very much out of the superhero world. >> it is she's like a -- she was in the
military, but she is dealing with a lot of obstacles. she has ptsd she has addictions through the series, we're going to see her sort of become a private investigator and mess things up, kind of, along the way. >> seth: that's really cool. and i can't wait for that. >> yeah. >> seth: i also want to talk about kids ten and four. [ light lahter ] and i'm assuming -- which age is this i don't -- i guess this must be the 10-year-old. >> okay. that's the 10-year-old, but it was a while -- like, it was yb ma2 years ago. >> seth: okay. okay, gotcha >> so i came down to the kitchen and i just -- i found this on the kitchen table. seth: and this is - i mean, this is a criminal act this is a forgery. >> yes >> seth: they wrote a note - >> full-on forgery >> seth: -- asitf you had wrn it >> yeah. yeah, yeah i gave birth to this child >> seth: okay. >> okay? >> seth: and then, they wrote a no as you. >> and this is how he repays me. yeah >> seth: and do you want to read it real quick? >> "i'm a monkey with a big butt, and i farts with my butt." [ laughter ] a [ cheersnd applause >> seth: it is so vague. >> cobie cobie. >> seth: yeah. the fact that she said -- i love the idea that she thinks adults write things like this, and then leave them out [ laughter ]
>> yeah. just a reminder. i just, like, leaving reminders. [ laughter ] but yeah, that's what you get. >> seth: that's what you get >> that's what you get for years of raising your ild and providing her with love and support. >> seth: i read this and i now don't -- i think i might not teach my kids how to handwrite [ laughter ] >> yeah. yeah that's a smart -- that's smart instinct that's smart instinct. >> seth: seems like only bad things can happen. hthanks so much for beinge. it's always so great to see you. >> thank you for having me >> seth: that's cobie smulders, everybody. "spider-man: far from home" is in theaters july 2nd we'll be right back with jordan klepper [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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weed purple kush. that was my purple kush snoop was smoking on you're his purple kush guy >> man >> seth: please welcome back to the show our friend jordan klepper, everyone [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> seth: welcome back to the show >> thank you, seth, for having me >> seth: so this is a fantastic communities, and you'vt them educate you on things you didn't know maybe as much about as you do now >> seth: you provided your ignorance. >> yes >> seth: which is a great gift to any of those people that you were lucky enough to visitdy >> anyboan take it >> seth: you were in compton you were learning about the marijuana industry and how it affects the legalization and you smoked a lot of weed >> well, yes >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] around it. guess there's no way it's legal there >> seth: yeah, yeah. >> we were covering some of the legalizationalls of the there's an equity program that's trying to counter effect the war
on drugs there there's an underground market.of there's a ton markets we went to many of those markets. we indulged in some of those markets. we went to a block party at the end. there are some actually really inspiring stories there of people who have been affected bu the war on d, arrested who now have legal businesses there. and we went to a block party where they were celebrating in a way that you can legally celebrate now. [ light laughter ] we were not. and our intern was going around and getting people waivers that they could be on camera, and then, when we had to go home, she was so high that she couldn't drive the car anymore. [ lahter ] so she got contact high just from getting waivers signed. [ laughter ] and i felt terrible firing her >> seth: you - [ laughter ] well, you got to learn >> she was numb. she was numb at the time seth: you've got to learn >> you have to learn this is a tough business [ laughter ] you can't get contact high be a pro, gwen or whatever her name was [ laughter ] >> seth: far more serious outcome, you were in atlanta-- >> yes >> seth: -- dog a piece on a university that educates undocumented people.
is that correct? >> yes, it's called freedom university >>d.eth: and you got arreste >> i did >> seth: yeah. how did that go down, and how were you feeling when that was going down >> nervous >> seth: yeah. >> i spent most of my life trying not to get arrested >> seth: yeah. >> and this was an inspiring story.st it was students who anted education. and in georgia, they make that tough for people who are daca,le for peopho are undocumented, and so there was an opportunity where i could stand up with other faith leaders.nd and when you stap in georgia, sometimes they lock you up and they did exactly that. and i found myself in jail for 12 hours, but it gave me enough street cred to talk about it for 12 years at least. [ laughter ] >> seth: you ran into somebody in prison that was a pretty instant connection >> i did honestly, the idea of getting arrested was something i was pretty unsure about. i'd never been arrested. i've always been a pretty good guy. and so, i was nervous. i felt right in supporting this cause, but when i got arrested, i was arrestedext to pastor matt, who was my grandmother's pastor back in kalamazoo, michigan.
[ cheers ] and we were in atlanta yeah, give it up for pastor matt. [ cheers and applause >> seth: yeah. >> they love a good faith leader here >> seth: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> and it was amazing. i spent the day in jail. he had traveled around he found himself in atlanta. out. was a cause that he cared little old atheist me was taken to meet him ten years earlier ba my gmother who takes me. she was like, "i want you to meet a good person." [ light laughter ] this is pastor matt. and now, i look back at my grandma, and like, "look, i'm doinexactly what pastor matt did, grandma i'm a good guy." [ laughter ] >> seth: you also -- you got a mugshot.h. >> yea >> seth: and the mugshot became the poster for your show >> it did. >> seth: how quickly did you know that that was going to be - [ light laughter ] >> well, pretty quickly. >> seth: yeah. >> i think when you go this far, it's a sy mugshot. >> seth: yeah, it really is. you did, i mean, again, i'm guessing you get one shot, it's like the dmv >> they wot let you -- they say you can't smile, and it's one shot >> seth: gotcha. >> so in that moment, coknow dy central is so cheap that if they can get a federally paid for piece of propaganda, they'll use it [ laughter ]
they did -- we came back they're like, "we don't need to hire a stylist or anything, let's just use that thing. put it up.et >> s that's great. [ light laughter ] you have one call, obviously, i know that from tv when you get arrested >> yeah. >> seth: who do you call >> you call the ones yove. >> seth: yeah. >> my producer >> seth: you called your producer yeah [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> seth: you are married, right? >> i am married, yes >> seth: and how did she take that news? >> she was fine with it. i think like -- i love my wife not that i have to proclaim that to you i'm t defensive about it >> seth: no, i get it. >> does it sound like i'm defensive? >> seth: no, no, no. [ laughter ] >> i'm not defensive [ laughter ] to get stuff done.need somebody >> seth: yeah. >> we're like currently trying to buy a coffee table for -- i think we're going on month two >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> and my producer works for me, so - you ca that person whose job depends on it. >> seth: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> yeah, i called zach and he got me out of there. >> seth: there you go. you also, obviously, you're putting yourself at risk not just of arrest but of injury but your arrest story, very cool >> yeah,ight >> seth: i'm going to not judge at all your injury story may be less
cool >> yesbo so i've talked -- i mean, in the show, i get body slammed. i gearrested but i have what doctors call an avian bones in my feet o >> sety, i got you so like bird bones >> bird bones, yeah. to the layperson [ laughter ]rs but, yeah, a few yeaack, i -- it was new year's new year's day and i wanted to get healthy, so i took a free crossfit class and it was me and other people who were pressured into trying to get healthy. and i broke my foot, because i jumped on a box too hard [ laughter ] it healed. four months later, i met a friend for drinks and we't couldnet a table so i stood for two hours and standing i broke my foot a second time. and then after that, ind a job behind a desk, which is a nice safe job, and now, i'm back out in the world >> seth: walking around. >> walking around. >> seth: getting arrested with your weird bird feet [ laughter ] >> what are you going too? >> seth: you're in prison cells, and they're like, "hey, bird feet." [ laughter ] >> yeah, i don't have great prison guy stories
have bird feet i also got arrested at a georgia board of regents meeting [ laughter ] doesn't give you any credibility. >> seth: yeah, i know. >> "yeah, you guys in here for the georgia board of regents?" "oh, no. "okay, okay. okay grand theft, okay, fine. [ laughter ]y, >> seth: either waeep it up. thank you so much for being here it's always a pleasure to see you. >> thanks for having me. [ cheers and applause >> reporter: jordan klepper, everybody. season finale of "klepper" airs thursday on comedy central we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ♪ [radio weather report playing] [airpod case clicking open] hey siri, play me something new. ♪ music playing ♪ ♪ it was just past one when two three men from four five ♪ ♪ step to me door like ♪ oh my gosh ♪ just throw that cash in a black bag ♪ ♪ run around the back and ♪ pull up the track, cause yaow ♪ ♪ i just learnt some jazz today, it's true ♪
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