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hey. what happened here? you left me in charge of the pens, pam. that's what happened. the pens happened. are the pens here? . >> coming to you from new york city, the only city in america, it's "the daily show." tonight covid finally catches up with fauci. who will save us? and ed helms. this is "the daily show" with trevor noah. (cheers and applause). >> trevor: what is going on, everybody, welcome to the daily show, i'm trevor noah thank you so much for tuning in, thank you for coming out in person.
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thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you all so much. take a seat, man, we've got a really, really fun show for you tonight. dr. fauci and the doaf are going head-to-head, swimming is going to be banned this summer, and sweden has found a way to make trash sexy. plus you know him from the hangover, you know him from the office and season two of his hit show rutherford falls is dropping today, the very funny ed helms is here, everybody. i'm so excited. let's do this people, let's jump straight into today's headlines. okay, let's kick things off with some good news. the food and drug administration has been given the green light to finally approve covid vaccine for children under the age of five, which means there are a lot of toddlers who will about to be popping apple just in the clubment like i got a diaper, i'm going all night bitche disz
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z, this is also good news for herschel walker because statisticically one out of every five kirkeds in america is secretly his, but for real, for real, this is great news for parents of young children because while the rest of us got vaccines and want back to normal, a lot of parents were stuck in pandemic mode with their unvaccinated kids. they were starring at the window at everyone else having fun and are like oh, they're going to the movies again. oh, i should have used a condom. >> now of course if are you not a parent, this is the worst news ever. because i don't know but guys, but i have definitely noticed that over the past foo years, you know, i haven't heard any kids throwing tantrums in the supermarket. there has been no toddlers kicking my seat in the movie theater. and there were basically no children screaming on airplanes. yeah, only those crazy trump supporters who didn't want to wear a mask. waaah, waaah, i want my mommy.
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but just because covid son the back foot right now it doesn't mean it's not still putting up a fight. >> dr. anthony fauci has tested positive for covid, 81 year old chief medical advise certificate fully vaccinated, double boosted. >> is he currently taking the antiviral treatment paxlovid. is he only experiencing mild symptoms. we are told he has not been in close contact with the president and will now work from home. >> that's right. dr. fauci has covid. which feels a little like finding out smokey bear got trapped in a forest fire. just like damn. i am actually surprised that fauci is only getting covid now, and didn't get it while he was like with trump every day. think about t every single day trump was like okay, covid task force, we're going to kick off today's meeting by breathing in each other's mouths for 10 or 15 minutes just to get the energy flowing. anthony, come here, anthony,
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open that beautiful mouth, anthony, open it wide. open it, open it wide. (laughter) and you know the saddest parts, dr. fauci, and yes i'm talking to you, dr. fauci, i know you watch the show, is the fact that you didn't come to the white house correspondent dinner, yeah, the president was there, kim kardashian was there, but you didn't come because you said you didn't want to catch covid. and then you caught covid anyway. yeah, probably from some boring government meeting. you see let me tell you something now, people, that is my philosophy in life. i'm vaccinated so if i am getting covid you best believe i'm doing it in style, okay. i'm not going to get it from some bitch-ass power presentation, no, people will ask me where did you get covid, and i will be like that was one hell of a night, oh, damn! (applause) best believe. i will say though what a big moment for covid as well, huh? to finally infect dr. anthony
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fauci. i bet covid was really star struck when it got in his body. oh my god, oh my god. oh my god, it's really you, it's really you. wow, i'm so excited. i need to catch my breathe, i need to catch my breathe, oh man, dr. fauci, i'm inside i, this is so yazy, hold on, i got to face time my boy, got to facetime my boys, oh, yo, guess whose lupgs i'm in. i know! i know! and show i'm still taller than him, isn't it crazy? aahh. (applause) okay. let's move on from the pandemic and people's lungs to the pandemic and america's democracy. today was the third day of the january 6th hearing. akavh 1-rbgs behind the riot, now this session focused predominantly on mike pence, former vice president and the insurance separation behind the
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white noise machine because you see trump's entire plan to overturn the election hinged on mike pence agreeing to break the law. by not certifying the election results. and today we heard what might be the funniest recounting of the conversation that trump actually had with mike pence, where the vice president would not agree to trump's scheme no matter how hard the donald tried. >> in the book peril journalist bob woodward and robert costa write that the president said quote these people say you have the power, wouldn't you want to? vice president says quote i wouldn't want anyone person to have that authority. the president responds, but wouldn't it almost be cool to have that power? >> vice president is reported to have said no, look, i have read this. and i don't see a way to do it we have exhausted every option. i've done everything i could and then some to find a way around this. it is simply not possible.
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>> my interpretation is no. to which the president says, no, no, no. you don't understand, mike, you can do this. i don't want to be your friend any more if you don't do this. (laughter). >> trevor: okay, you know, this is the parts, the paradox of donald trump, like this is really the paradox, like he has the most terrifying schemes in the world, but he executeses them in the most hilarious ways. because trump basically, he lives his entire life as if he is a bad kid in one of those antismoking psa, like come on, mike, just try overturning the election. i thought you wanted to be cool. also by the way if there is one person who you can't entice with cool, it's mike pence. he's the least cool man in the world. the mant woon even watch the
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tellitubies because they don't wear pants. and you know what is crazy about the story, because trump said it like this, because he said it like this, you actually believe that it is true. all right because if the reporting was that pence said sir, we cannot do this, and trump said my interpretation of the constitution offers ample precedent both legal and historical, people would be like there is no way that happened. that didn't happen, that is not real. but i don't want to be your friend any more, yeah, that's-- that is my dude, that is my dude right there. that sounds like him. (applause) also fiefned it crazy that trump thought they were friends. not coworkers not acquaintance, friends? how would that even be possible. what do pence and trump have to bond over, huh? hanging out on the weekends, like thanks for bringing me to this club, mike, the music is in-- but the ladies are looking good. >> mr. president, it's church. >> oh, that is why it burned
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when i walked in the door. totally get it, totally get it. all right but let's move on to some international news. here in america global supply chain issues have caused shortages of everything from tam upons to baby formula, and even play station 5. this is so hard! but it turns out the global supply chain also affects the globe and right now in pakistan the supply chain is coming for an integral part of their daily life. >> pakistani tea drinkers remain divided a day after a government minister urged them to cut down on their galee hot beverage as the country struggles with an economic crisis. pakistan's planning and development minister says it is getting increasingly expensive for the country to import tea as supplies outstrip demand. >> here tea say hugely popular drink in the country of 220 million people and the government has spend int 600
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billion on tea imports every year. the average person in pakistan is believed to drink at least three cups of tea a day. the minister called for people to drink one or two cups less per day, sparking outrage. >> trevor: i knew it. i knew this would happen. yeah. people have been running around spilling the tea for the past two years and now look! there say shortage. are you happy shade room? are you happy? by the way i love how they mix the tea. the rest of us do tea boring, just like-- they like wow, wow, and i know people with debt outraged about anything, but i'm not going to lie t is kind of funny to hear a story about anyone getting outraged over tea. because you always think of tea drinkers as very calm, tranquil people, you know? but here they are like you can take my-- oh great out of my cold dead hands!
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it is so wild it is like seeing tom hanks dropping the f bomb, that is when you know you [bleep] up, you know what i mean, when you understand how popular tea is in pakistan it makes sense, all of the outrage makes sense. this is part of their national identity, it is like asking france to cut out croix ants or forth korea to stop launching missiles at dolphins, that is just what they do. and i don't know if pakistan will give up tea, they wouldn't even give up bin laden, you know? but-- too soon snz i will say this, pakistan's government has to be careful about this. yeah. tea shortages are no joke, just look at america. you see what happens when your people get pissed off, first there is a tea party, then there say revolution, before you know it there is a great depression and then are you fighting vietnam, no one can afford houses and suddenly are you making a movies where ryan gosling is barbie, aahhh!
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don't do it, pakistan! all right, finally, cities all over the world are always trying to finned ways to encourage people not to littler. in japan they use collective shame. in singapore they will just whip your ass. in new york, we have just made the entire city one big trash can so technically it is not even possible to litter. but in sweden, they have come up with something that might be the most effectsive method yet. >> talking dirtsee in sweden, literally, a swedish city has launched a campaign to encourage people to throw away their trash. >> a couple of trash cans have been installed and are programmed to respond with seductive audio messages after one throws away their trash. >> hmm, hot.
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>> trevor: well, i guess now we know what it is like when oscar the grouch gets his [bleep] on. i did not see that coming. just and just by the way, all the guys who were using that trash can, i hope you know that it is faking it, right? it is probably dude walking away oh, i throw good trash! no, you don't. no you don't. st funny how stupid men are. with such simple, stupid creatures, this would never work on women, on men it works. yeah, like we can wear as many ties as we want but we are basically stupid animals responding to a mating call. you put a sexy woman's voice and you can literally get men to do anything. you realize we're being catfished by bar gaj cans. right? and we can see that they're garbage cans. but then we hear that sexy voice and we're like well maybe?
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not to mention this is going to undo a lot of parental lessons about littering. some ten year old boy is going to be like mommy, i'm going to throw away my empty cup and the mom will be like no, no, no, no, throw it in the lake t is better that way, you're not ready. and you know who this really isn't great for, is your trash can at home. yeah. because when it finds out what you have been doing out there in the street, no, it's going to get super jellos. well, you're home late. probably because were you out on the streets shoving your trash into that whore again! you know that anyone can throw trash there, anyone. you're not special. i want a divorce and i'm taking the rotten banana peels with me, aaahh. all right, that's it for the
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headlines. but before we go, let's check in on traffic with our very own roy wood, jr., everybody. (cheers and applause) >> what's up, man. what is happening, roy. >> yes, lord. >> trevor: weekend is coming up, what is going on with the traffic. >> yes, man, i'm just looking at all these rich people out there on the road, man, gas, $10 a gallon, being stuck in traffic, that is the new balling right there tell me how long you was in traffic today like if a woman want to meet a rich dude stand on the freeway, this is boston, that is-- yeah, go stand on the freeway in boston, rich people,. >> trevor: you think that traffic is a flex. >> absolutely, absolutely. traffic ain't for no broke bitches. striblghtly for ballers right there. >> trevor: what is going on in the traffic. >> i will get to the traffic in a second, man. you know what is good about the infant thing, like i know people, you know, some people don't want to vaccinate infants or whatever.
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>> trevor: yeah. >> i think that is a good thing, i think it is a good thing if you give the vaccine to the baby because now they got the microchip in them and no more kidnapping. now we know where all the kids will be, and we can track them down because once you get the vaccine you gt the microchampionship. >> trevor: there is no microchip, where did you hear this? >> did you enjoy the ramen you had last night on 41st street, k7 30 to 9:15 and you left app and you went southbound down 9th avenue if i am not mistaken? you are vaccinated, right tdz yeah. >> yeah, i know it is an app t san app where it links you with other people who have-- you know, they can be like-- the ach told me where you was, it was the vaccine tracking app. you. >> trevor: i don't have the vaccine tracking app what is happening with traffic, roy. >> you know what is really messed up, my tea, tea over there in pakistan. >> trevor: yeah. >> like when there is a tea shortage that is going to throw off the balance of the arnold palmer in pakistan. you ever had an arnold palmer
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and the balance ain't right, that will piss you right, too much lemonade, too much tea, you have to have the arnold palmer just perfect amount, watch al-qaeda get unbalanced arnold palmer, oh, we have to below something up, they will be mad, i'm telling you. >> trevor: tell me about the traffic, though. >> what do you want me to tell but the traffic. i already told you, rich people go and do rich people-- . >> trevor: but which roads are blocked and which ones are open, it is important, man. >> let me ask you a question. if your friend, let's say you had a friend, let's say you cool, real good friend and you go over to his house. and he got one of them sex trash cans. y'all would still be cool, right. like if you knew somebody that like ordered one of these sex-talking cans, the freaky
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deaky trash can f you went to his friend house and he had the freaky deaky trash can, you wouldn't judge him for having it. >> trevor: roy, did you order one of the sex trash cans? >> no, i didn't order no sex trash can with custom, you know, with custom phrases. i didn't do that. >> trevor: i didn't say anything about custom freezes. >> i didn't say nothing about custom phrases either. i got to go throw something away. i'll be right back. i got to throw something away. >> trevor: i was really suspicious, thank you so much, roy, when we come back, we're going to throw america a giant pool party. >> oh roy, i love swallowing your trash. >> trevor: we'll be right back.
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(cheers and applause) >> welcome back to the daily show. my guest tonight is actor writer and producer ed helms. is he here to talk to us about his show rutherford falls which he could created and stars in. >> what have you been doing up here. >> i have been working on myself. you know, examining my blind spot, i read the book white fragility and read another book how about white fragility is bad and a third book white white
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fragile ility fragility about how white people are superfragile about white fragility. >> it has been a real journey for him. >> i'm almost ready to rejoin society, i just have to nail me he reentry, people think i'm a selfish jerk and they are not wrong. have i to apologize to everyone and make sure they know have i grown and changed as a person. i'm thinking something splashy mid july. >> that is ten months away. >> yeah, i know, it is going to be tight. >> trevor: please welcome ed helms. ed helms. >> all right, all right. >> welcome to the daily show. >> thank you so much. >> it is a little weird because you work in this very same studio for how many years? >> like four, four and a half years. >> four and a half years. >> yeah. >> i like what you have done with the place. >> thank you very much, thank you very much. >> yeah. >> pushed it up a little bit, we had a pandemic in the middle,
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set a few things up, you know. >> but your stuff is still here if you wanted anything. >> i hope, no one has moved into my office, right. >> no, no, of course not. >> okay, good. >> welcome to the show. >> thank you, thank you. >> by the way, i love what you have done, not only with the furniture but with the show, you're crash crushing it. >> thank you. >> i love what you have done with everything. >> you are easily one the funniest people around. many people were introduced to you through the hangover but everything is done has been so funny and rutherford when i first read about this seemed like oh, you are trying to throw it all away. because it was a story of-- really s it seems like a crazy story, like i'm going to play a white guy who goes into a native american community and basically like fights with them about their own land it doesn't seem like comedy but it is really funny and a great story. >> yeah, well, i guess that was the challenge is to try to keep that character sim pathetic.
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i mean it really is like the show was born out of this observation just that people were kind of not listening to each other, and being crazy and so we wanted to kind of depict somebody who is having trouble kind of hearing opposing views or hearing that maybe his interpretation of history is very wrong. and yet also that that can be a good person who wants to do better also. >> right. >> can i tell you what i love about the show is that it's funny, it's poignant, it has i think, i will stand to be corrected, possibly the largest native american writing room in all of television maybe. >> stup there. >> it is up there. >> trevor: you have like a native american d-- you have done the thing that everyone says is impossible. everyone goes if you include people than white people don't work, and like you're working,
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they're workings t say great show. >> i am doing okay. >> trevor: you're doing okay. >> theree doing okay. >> yeah there is another show called reservation dogs which is also amazing. >> trevor: a amazing. >> and that show has a done of native american writers and directors, a lot of art directors we shared a lot of directors between the shows. and yeah, it's just been an incredibly humbling experience for me. i think before getting too this i intellectually understood the value of representation and i could talk about it very fluently and advocate for it. but being in this experience has just like really made it kick in for me in a way that i don't know, it is incredible. >> it shows, because like the jokes that you are telling, the story lines that you have, it doesn't become something that is not supposed to be. it becomes fresh, authentic, i mean that's why it got renewed is what i think. season two, it is an exciting
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season change as well. i don't want to spoil anything for those who haven't seen the first season but only slee your character comes into the room trying to preserve his name, rutherford name and realizes his family doesn't stand for the best things in the past but as we go into season two the journey changes slightly. what can you tell us about it? >> so yeah, we left at the end of season one my character really had this like catastrophic identity crisis and i think going-- and all of season one really i think my cocreators, mike scher and-- the three of us really wanted to grapple with some big ideas, big issues. season two we were like well, we kind of did a lot of homework in season one and this ensemble is so funny and our writers are so-- let's lean into the comedy more and so i think this season we still, there are still a lot of very sharp sat ire that i'm
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very proud of. but it's also more joyful, it's sillier, it's just, i don't know. >> when you say lean into the comedy more, i'm excited but also a little worried because i have heard stories about you, at the daily show with john stewart when were you a correspond, you had a mole removed on camera for the show. >> that's true. >> like the procedure done. >> yeah. >> on its hangover, you are allowed them to take out one of your teeth for the movie. >> yes. >> that is real. >> that really happened. >> yeah. >> you were like oh special effect, no, that was just him, just him being affected that is all it was. so when you say lean in, are you still willing to dot craze ye thing. >> so season two of this show, i remove-- i get decapitated for real, my head, it is like, and you know, thankfully like we've got great doctors and everything. i'm fine as you can see. but yeah, gi the extra mile.
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>> you really do though. >> i'm super committed, supermethod. >> like do your family and friends worry about you because i know people who go the extra mile for comedy, does your dentist worry, do your doctors worry? >> i guess, there is nothing-- i don't know if this is a good thing but there is virtually nothing i won't do for a laugh. >> i have no pride or dignity. and so that's a very freeing thing in show business. >> i think it's not just freeing, it is the reason you are one of the funniest and most amazing people we get to see on the screen, thank you for being on the show. i appreciate you. huge fan. season two of rutherford falls is now streaming on peacock f you haven't woched it, watch one, then two. we're going to take a quick break, we'll be right back after this. at xfinity, we're constantly innovating. and we're working 24/7 to connect you to more of what you love.
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>> trevor: that's our show for tonight but before we go, before we go, please consider supporting out youth, right, they are an organization that serves central texas lgbtqia plus youth and their allies with programs and services to ensure that these promising young people develop into happy, healthy, successful adults. out youth hosts a variety of programs and provides training and resources for parents, teachers and community members free of charge, so if you can donate at the link below. until next time stay safe out there. and remember your sex life is hitting a rut, you might want to take the trash out. now here it is, your moment of zen. >> in a dimension between left and right, between space lasers and-- lives of dimension of the imagination, the marjorie zone.
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>> we've already warmed one degree celsius and do you know what has happened since then, here, let me tell you. we have had more food grown since then which feeds people, we are able to produce fossil fuels, keep people's houses warm in the winter, that saves people's lives, people die in the cold. >> right. >> this earth warming and carbon is actually healthy for us. captioning made possible by comedy central ♪ i'm going down to south park ♪ ♪ gonna have myself a time ♪ ♪ friendly faces everywhere ♪ ♪ humble folks without temptation ♪ ♪ going down to south park ♪ ♪ gonna leave my woes behind ♪ ♪ ample parking day or night ♪ ♪ people spouting "howdy neighbor" ♪ ♪ headed on up to south park ♪ ♪ gonna see if i can't unwind ♪ ( mumbling )
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♪ so come on down to south park ♪ ♪ and meet some friends of mine ♪ okay, children, let's take our seats. this morning we're gonna have a special lecture from your school counselor, mr. macky. boo. now who was that ? that is not appropriate behavior, okay ? i'm sorry, mr. macky, okay ? that's okay, just don't let it happen again. we won't let it happen again, mr. macky, okay ? okay, okay, that's fine. okay ? okay. ( laughing ) now as your counselor, i'm here to tell you about drugs and alcohol and why they're bad, okay ? so first of all, smoking's bad. you shouldn't smoke, and alcohol is bad. you shouldn't drink alcohol, and as for drugs, well, drugs are bad, you shouldn't do drugs. okay, now that about wraps up my introduction. now are there any questions ? yes, stan. why do dogs have cold noses ? uh, well, i'm not sure. oh. let's focus our discussion on marijuana.
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marijuana's bad and it also has a very distinct smell, okay ? i'm gonna pass around just a little tiny bit, and i want you all to take a smell so you know when someone is smoking marijuana near you. okay, just take a smell, pass it on, and when it gets back up to me, we'll finish talking about it. in the meantime, i want to get into alcohol, okay ? alcohol is bad. if you drink alcohol... are you gonna come to ike's party this weekend ? your little brother's having a party ? why, is it his birthday ? no, it's hisbris. what the hell's a bris ? i don't know, there's gonna be food and a band. oh, kick ass, i want to have a bris. ... and so, that's why alcohol is bad. has that marijuana made it back up here yet ? no ? okay. let's talk about lsd. children, lsd is bad. it's a drug made famous by john lennon and paul mccartney. are we supposed to get your little brother presents ? i'm not sure. dude, you better find out. boys, are you paying attention ? sorry, mr. macky, okay ?
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okay. has that marijuana made it around yet ? who has the marijuana now ? okay, whoever has the marijuana, just pass it up to the front row, okay ? uh, oh. i am very disappointed in you, young man. you should be ashamed of yourself. what could have possessed you to be so stupid ? i'm sorry, principal victoria. sorry isn't gonna cut the cheese this time, mister. i'm afraid i'm going to have to suspend you from school. you mean i'm fired ? i guess that's the grown-up way to put it, yes. but it was an honest error of judgment, okay ? i really thought it was important for the kids to know the smell of marijuana. it was an error of judgment, mr. macky, but i'm afraid i have to let you go for it. we searched each one of those kids, but came up empty. we had to let them go home, and one of them has half of a lid of jamaican grass because of you ! how am i gonna make ends meet ? okay ? what will i do for money ? there, there, now, maybe this will blow over someday and we can give you a job as a janitor,
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cleaning up vomit with that pink sawdust stuff. ( sobbing ) okay. aah ! man, that sucked getting searched. yeah, my ass is killing me. why did they searchus? that marijuana never even made it to us. i wonder who took it. ( tv ) ... and now it's almost time for... hello there, children. ( all together ) hey, chef. how's it going ? bad. why bad ? i heard about what happened. none of you took that nasty marijuana, did you ? no, dude, we never even saw it. okay, because i just want to tell you that drugs are bad ! we know, we know, that's what everybody says. right. do you know whythey're bad ? because they're an addictive solution to a greater problem causing disease of both body and mind with consequences far outweighing their supposed benefits. and do you have any idea what that means ? no. i know, because if you do drugs, you're a hippy and hippies suck. children, this is all i'm gonna say about drugs,
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stay away from them ! there's a time and a place for everything, and it's called "college". do you understand ? ( all together ) dude. okay. are you gonna come to ike's bris ? oh, hell no, i can't bear to see that. what do you mean ? don't you boys know what a bris is ? they're going to circumcise him. what's that ? oh, boy, here we go again. children, what's the one thing that's more sacred to a man than anything else in the world ? bicycles ? ham ? no, not ham, you fat!@#$%. screw you, it's ham, isn't it ? no, i'm talking about the most important part of a man's body. your heart ? your eyes. ( mumbling ) that's right. you're not supposed to call it a "penis" ! you're supposed to call it a "fireman". a "fireman" ? that's the proper way to say it, or else you get a spanking. damnit, children. why do i always have to be the one to explain all this stuff to you ? ask your parents for once. hey, wait ! dude, something tells me this bris thing isn't good.
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hey, macky, you got anymore pot ? my four-year-old needs a fix. hey, macky ! now i see what you and homer simpson have in common, "dope" ! hey, macky ! who do you think you are ?! ( yelling ) ( male ) hey, hippie, you gonna do some drugs ? i don't think i've seen you around here before. no, i just-- i had to get away. i just lost my job. oh, that's weak, man. you know what you need ? you need a good stiff drink. oh, i don't drink, okay ? trust me, man, it'll make you feel better. drinking's bad. go ahead, drink the beer. it'll calm you down. yeah, why the hell not ? it's just a beer. don't be such a pussy, okay ? so how do you feel ? ( burping ) oh, about the same. you just need something a little stronger. kyle, you have to stop them.


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