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football world. michael: news flash. maurl: he's ticked off but he's playing at a high level. we saw it. they're up 30-some odd points and brady misses a read and he's on the ground slamming the football, hitting the ground. next play he hits edelman for a touchdown. that is the trivep that's driving this team and i believe it's not that he's upset. i believe this is who tom brady is. he wants to be perfect. michael: he's not upset, he's just doing what he does with the football. press onward to the metal. the last five days, 60-92 for 711 yards. six touchdowns and no interceptions. and how many wins? two. that's right. exactly. steve: we could talk tom brady all night. i'm going to audible a little bit.
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because they lost a bunch of players in the off-season but this defense sacked ryan tannehill five times. intercepted him twice. he was underture rells and how about stopping the run game? held them to 15 yards rushing. last week the dolphins had 248 yards rushing. the dolphins were never in this game. rich: the numbers brady put up in the last five games -- days. jim nantz, phil simms, we are eight week through the football season for these two teams and tom brady and the patriots have a two and a half game lead on the jets and a four-game lead on the dolphins. they're taking control of the a.f.c. east. jim: you're right, itch -- rich. they have a stranglehold on it at the moment and now 7-0. this is now the second time in patriot history they've won the first seven games in their
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history. of course 2007 was the other occasion. you started at the end of the game talking about some comparisons. who's going to beat them? the year they won the super bowl they lost four times in the regular season. you don't see four losses the rest of the year. phil: no, ied be shocked if they lost four games. again, you have to score so many points to have a chance. the thing, they said it. steve mariucci, the defense. that's one of the keys. the offense we know is going to keep scoring with the quarterback and with josh mcdaniels and the scheme. but with the defense, i really believe it and i thought so, that front seven can stop the run. they're getting better at it. they have linebackers that make plays. it remind me of those first couple of super bowl winning teams. mcginest, mike vrabel. they have this going on here right now too. jim: i can hear a lot of people trying to draw hard, fast conclusions. hey, those wins for the dolphins. that was against tennessee and houston.
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maybe this thing is not so special. i don't think you want to go there with this dan campbell team. i don't know how many expected them to come here on the a short week and win at new england. it wasn't pretty. they were dominated here tonight but what do you come away with thinking about the dolphins? phil: no matter what happened. it wasn't like i was going to go yeah, that was just luck and bad teams and all that. i think they've changed their attitude a little down there, the way they matchup -- match up against the patriots, it was a terrible match up for them in many aspects. but the dolphins will be in that group of about 15 teams trying to fight for maybe an 8- record. jim: the reality of it is there were only 11 teams with winning records coming into the week. you start to try to figure out who are your wild card teams? phil: the wild card race is going to be fun.
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jim: going to be interesting to see. again, we'll see you next week at cincinnati, only on nfl network. meantime coming up next on cbs, your local news except on the west coast and don't miss "the late show with the with stephen kolber and "the late late show" only on cbs. "the mazda postgame show" continues on nfl network. for phil, tracy, mike carey, all the crew. jim nantz saying so long from foxborough and thanks for
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cbs 2 news ten at ten.c-d controversy. controversy. "i don't really think this is appropriate for children."the music meant for kids that's causing outrage in the corridor. charged in manchesterthe crimes a man is now facing that's shedding light on a crash that sent a bus full of kids to the hospital. hospital.and...keeping out of the cold" the mission of that was, is to get people out of the cold in the winterthe push to take care of homelessness in one eastern iowa city as winter approaches. now, the corridor's top stories and tomorrow's weather forecast in the first ten minutes. this is cbs 2 news 10 at 10.
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feathers tonight after lyrics to one of the songs hit social media. thanks for joining us.i'm karen fuller.scott sanborn is on assignment tonight.the song references law enforcement and gives kids instructions on how to interact with them -- which isn't sitting well with some. 2 news reporter dora miller gives us the lowdown on the lyrics. the cd was released in march and it's made for kids and by kids.but one of the songs has people concerned that maybe that shouldn't be the case. case. song natsit starts with children laughing...having a good time..when the police show here come the boys in blue, not really sure up, hold your hands upa child's song on a cd called 'for kids and by kids'. kids'. ""wow" "wow" "i don't really think this is appropriate for children."song: 1234 think
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they're gonna shoot some more the lyrics -- seemingly giving children an instructional guide to dealing with police. song: 5678 why don't we retaliate retaliate"i think by and large, our police force is very good, but i'm sure there are some incidents where people have been targeted and i think this is a reaction to that." that.""i feel like it gives them a message that, no matter what the circumstances, they should just be fearful."the cd was sponsored by some businesses in iowa city, now - - after hearing the lyrics -- they're having a change of heart.hills bank and trust says "it has come to our attention today that one of the songs negatively portrays law enforcement. we sincerely regret our association with this"meanwhile, others think it's just kids being kids. kids."kids are singing it, but they sing everything." everything." "it's sad that's still happening in this day and age, that kids should actually experience and then be able to write such lyrics." local law enforcement say
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they're disappointed in the lyrics and hope the perception changes.if you want to hear the songs for yourself, follow the link on our website, cbs 2 iowa dot com.dora miller, cbs 2 news ten at ten. according to the library's listing for the c-d, it was compiled by kembrew mcleod.if that name sounds familiar its because the professor has made headlines before.he's heckled politicians that have visited iowa city and also protested the use of the color pink in the visitor's locker room at kinnick 2 news reached out to mcleod tonight
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cbs 2 news ten at ten continues now with more of the corridor's top stories. stories.a man is now facing charges for a crash involving a school bus earlier this month.police say monte klink was drunk, ran a yeild sign, and crashed into a bus full of children. the bus rolled.34 people were taken to the hospital, including 32 kids.klink bonded out of jail today a preliminary hearing is set for november 4th. there are new developments in
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right now, authorities have labeled 52-year-old daniel heinrich - a child porn suspect - as a "person of interest" in the jacob wetterling disappearance.the 11-year-old disappeared in 1989 this case led to the creation of a national center to prevent child exploitation. right now, heinrich does not face any charges in connection with wetterling's disappearance.he maintains he had nothing to do with the case. in waterloo, authorities are investigating a second attack on a park trail. trail.according to the waterloo-cedar falls courier, a female jogger was running on a trail near cedar bend park at about 5-30 last night.she says a man pulled the hood on her sweat shirt and pulled her off the trail.investigators say the suspect tried to sexually assault the her, but she was able to fight him off. police are asking anyone who may have seen the attack to call them. july, a man attacked a woman jogging on a trail
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inside george wyth state park and assaulted her in a wooded arrests have been made in either case.police aren't saying if the two attacks are connected. cbs 2 news has the latest details detailson a drug smuggling ring at the anamosa state prison.two former prison guards are pleading guilty to state drug charges.authorities tell cbs 2 news, guards were taking bribes from inmates for marijuana and prescriptions drugs.some even smuggled cell phones into the least nine employees have resigned or been fired since details of the investigation have been released earlier this month. after weeks of speculation and debate - the house of representatives has a new speaker. speaker.congressman paul ryan is now officially the 54th speaker of the house after a full house vote today.all but nine republicans voted for him. ryan was intially hesitant to enter the race - he said he would only take the post if the house caucus united.before
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he was sworn in, former speaker john boehner retired from house. cbs 2 news will have complete coverage of the week's political sure to watch iowa in focus with kevin barry sunday morning at 10:30, right here on cbs 2. as the temperatures fall, officials in iowa city are looking for ways to help homeless people in the winter months. months.representatives from the shelter house are looking for a new temporary shelter after learning last year's location at the old aldi's is unavailable. 124-different people stayed overnight at that shelter in ten weeks.they even stayed open two weeks longer than originally planned. the mission of that was, is to get people out of the cold in the winter so that people didn't have to experience the winter conditions and not have to deal with things such as frostbite and even death. death.last year, vagrancy reports in iowa city went down 95-percent once the shelter opened.if you know of a possible property, the shelter house asks that you reach out
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to them. now ten at ten continues with a look at tonight's other stories across the corridor. in linn county - work is finishing up in robins near interstate 380.a new building off of the interstate exit will feature the otter creek country store - which is part of a new development off county home road.shortly after that is done - a new restaurant called lebowski's is slated to open downtown. in iowa city, city,satelite voting locations are now open for the city council can cast your ballot tomorrow until four in the afternoon at the fountain lobby at the u-i-h-c. the location at the public library will also be open also until four.election day is november third. in coralville - -hurts donut has been a hit - but not without controversy. the company had to order special signs for it's shop on 5th avenue.the donut maker wanted a sign reading "wanna hurts donut?' - but some coralville city officials said
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guidelines - saying its an ad. instead, a special "hurts donut co." sign was created. the hiccup hasn't slowed business leaders say they'll revisit signage rules soon. in north liberty libertyour partner's at the corridor business journal are on the move.the city council approved a proposal to move the company to a new 12 thousand sqaure foot facility at liberty executive park near the u-i-c-c-u building.the company of 12 started in the basement of owners john and aspen lohman in 2004. groundbreaking is tentatively scheduled for november fourth. they hope to make the move from their iowa river landing offices in the spring. sscreaming screamingthat was cbs 2 news reporter steffi lee getting a sneak peak of one of the spookiest haunted attractions in the's the last weekend to check out scream acres at bloomsbury farm in atkins.this year, they have three different attractions -
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2 haunted houses and a haunted corn field. those there say it's their best yet. "we're building the characters up more - giving them more layers - so the character tells the story." story."scream acres is open from 7 til 11 tomorrow and saturday night. that is cbs 2 news ten at ten -- the corridor's top stories and tomorrow's weather first forecast in the first ten minutes. minutes.but we are just getting started.coming up... up...the member of the cedar rapids kernels that's been
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tomorrow on cbs 2 this morning. a random act of kindess. makes a little girls birthday wish come true. true. how a big time college football player went out of his way, to make a toddler's
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next on c-b-s two news... news...hawkeye football may be the story in iowa city right now - but basketball season is already underway at carver hawkeye arena.the first look at fran mccaffery's new squad
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baseball season's close to wrapping up in our nation.but for one man, the love for the sport never ends - and it's given him a life to thrive on. partnership with diversity focus, here is this week's voices of diversity. diversity. in cedar rapids, america's favorite pastime... pastime...has 25 baseball players. players. "jon's number 26."the cedar rapids kernel's batboy.... batboy...."i sure like it here. i like it here. this is my fifteenth year."grew up loving baseball. baseball. "baseball. just baseball."once you know
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jon-jon - you'll realize that's what defines him. him. "people will say jon is autistic. jon isn't autistic. jon has autism."having autism never stopped jon-jon from knocking life out of the park.... park.... "bob and i didn't see jon as disabled."thanks to his parents. parents. "it's not a disability. it's his ability and just learning differently." jon will tell you - he's able to do everything. everything. "i pick up the bats, helping out the umpires and chase all the balls by the ballpen."from a young age - bob and karen teig stood up to those who said jon couldn't do karen remembers, getting angry after a teacher did that once. "she said, i told jon if he did it again i would wash out his mouth with soap. and so i said better be prepared to do it." it.""we've had difficulties in getting people to change their expectations and their understanding."making sure jon reached his full potential was a family affair. affair. "every so often when
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he would say he couldn't do something i would say no you really can, you're just being lazy and later on he would do it." it." "there always seemed to happen there was a guardian angel."guardian angels - like susan lagos-lavenz, jon's teacher. "it's amazing that i of all people should hold the highest of expectations for students jon so far surpassed." ((cover)) "the power of fully integrating students into their own environments." "jon was one of the players - i knew he, his family, wanted him to be treated like one of the team."ahhaving a team - is what makes home plate... plate...home. home. "he always gave great effort - he loved the sport, he worked hard."a hard."atthat love carried on - to the veteran's memorial stadium. stadium. "because i love being part of the baseball team."a team."allife can be a little surprising when you throw away any doubts. doubts. "because one might be typecasted into a particular group, does not limit the parameters of where that person can go."atthat's just life. that's just everyday.
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baseball."ahhe's just jon-jon. by the way, the kernels 2016 campaign begins at veteran memorial on april 7th. time to tip -- coming up in sports sportsthe iowa men were back on the court -- who was
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2."cbs 2 news conne anticipation is finally over -- it's game time for the iowa men's basketball team -- well kind of game time -- their contest against sioux falls doesn't count -- but still -- it's the first time to see fran's new crew in action actionand the hawkeyes were hot from downtown first half -- mike gesell -- just toying with the cougar defense -- stops and pops from deep -- and the three pointer would be a theme for the hawks -- anthony clemmons hits nick baer -- he dials long distance and connects from bettendorf -- as a team iowa made 9 triples --but none were prettier than this -- gesell -- at the buzzer -- mikey g finished with a game high 24 draino -- mikey g finished with a game high 24 -- iowa cruizes -- 99 to 72. the iowa women -- also returned to the court -- but not for a game, for media day -- and for the first time in 4 years -- no sam logic, bethany doolittle, or melissa dixon the highest scoring trio in big 10 history isn't coming back -- this year bluders' bunch is full of newbees -- but the hawkeyes aren't
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rebuilding -- they're reloading -- because the culture hasn't changed in iowa city "i can assure you it's not all doom and gloom around our program. we have great optimism in the gym, and we have a group of women that are kinda excited about proving everybody wrong." in their state qualifying meet -- both the monticello girls and boys cross country teams finished at the top -- which really wasn't a surprise to head coach dan sauser -- because low times -- keeping it loose -- and belief -- are all part of his equation for success successdan sauser -- the ed thomas coach of the week week dan sauser is like an equation -- he's one half -- math wiz -- -- "yeah... numbers come easy to me... haha"and one half cross country genius -- -- "anything we need to calculate any time we need to hit he'll calculate a pace for us."but his sum -- is more than just numbers and state titles --- sauser keeps it
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"he's just always a positive part of the team. he's never down on anybody --- as a team that really helps us, brings us together." "we try to have a lot of fun with what we are doing here, because we are running and a lot of time running is kind of a grid."one that sauser's solved ---- though not by numbers --- ---"he always tells us these times that we can run which seem insane. at the beginning of the year he gives us these times and we are like we can't run those and he is going to make sure we can."but by subtracting doubt from his runners runners "he definately belives in us and i think that's the number one thing that inspires us."and that has an equal to -- or greater than effect on sauser sauser "it's so presious to be around them, i enjoy every day coming to practice, i enjoy every day coming to school. it's just one of the most rewarding careers that i ever could have thought about being into." regional volleyball -- kennedy hosting jefferson -- cougars
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up 2 sets to none -- j-hawks flying backautumn anderson sets up syndey kloe-beck -- and she hammers it home for the point --but kennedy always had an answer -- macy anderson gets tricky with the tip -- she finds the whole for the pointand kennedy wins in straight sets -- they'll host ankeny on tuesday. prairie hosting waterloo west -- and this one was all p-hawks first set -- kate buzzwitz -- gets up to get down for the killand that would be a theme for prairie -- later in the set -- kendra gaskill sets up megan oldenburger -- and she hammers it home for the point -- pairie wins in 3 -- they'll face dubuque hempstead tuesday. stay with c-b-s two -terry has one last look at your forecast
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screams crash crasha town in minnesota is bringing new meaning to the term "smashing pumpkins"people gathered to watch a pumpkin weighing over 14 hundred pounds dropped 80 feet onto an old minivan.the chance to pull the cord was raffled off - the money raised went to a local literacy council.
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( band playing "late show" theme ) ( cheers and applause ) captioning sponsored by cbs ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: wow, thank you so much. >> stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! >> stephen: have a good show, you guys. >> stephen, stephen, stephen! >> stephen: hey! welcome to the late show with stephen colbert. thank you very much, everybody. that's very nice.
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whooo! thanks so much, everybody. welcome to the late show. man, you just jumped out of your seat like you've been trained to. thank you so much! welcome to the late show with stephen colbert. you're looking at him. and before we get started tonight, we got a lot to do. but i want to start out with a quick public service announcement, we are as of now 011:35 day light standard time, two days away from halloween. (cheers and applause) >> stephen: only two, only two. we are h-day mine us two, all hallows eve-eve-eve. and if you have not, i was going to say if you have not chosen a costume by now ef resected that goes by without making a decision means you are that much closer to being that guy at the party trying to pass off your shower cap and-- shower cap and bath robe as a costume. that is not a costume. that is unemployed.
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court ordered public service, here is a quick costume idea you can make with things just lying around. you can find these in your bathroom. just stick a toilet plunger on your forehead, and then put a toilet seat around your neck, and just say you are a narwahl breaking through the ice. that's a freebie. free, free. totally free. but please, act now, because if you wait until saturday will you be scrounging through the seasonal aisle at cvs and have to settle for the last roin bow wig crusted with marshmallow peep tboases. >> a that point stay in and watched mindy project and pound down the snikers until you can't see any more. get them next year. and this is a message for the kids watching. okay, turning off the porch lights is the universal sign for "i'm out of candy" okay.
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i'm done for the night, i'm hiding in the den, eating the candy that i'm out of. okay? are we clear? and i don't know about you, but teenage certificate not a costume. put some effort into it. speaking of candy, we have a inteet show tor you-- for you tonight. first up, oh, people, people love segues, first up, from "family guy" we have the creator of "family guy," seth mcfar lane. (cheers and applause) seth, i said seth mcfar lane, it's a sun syllable name and i couldn't get through it he's going to sing a song off his new album no one ever tells you which is appropriate because no one told me he would be singing. though i'm glad he is because i heard it and the album is great.
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then i will talk to astrophysicist neil degrasse tyson. (cheers and applause) i totally agree. he's the host of nat geo "star talk" an one of my favorite people in the cosmos, i always feel vaguely singed on the side of my body that is facing him when he talks because he just burns with such passion for learning the deepest secrets of the universe. i will ask him if degrasse is french for "the grass." and this is exciting. our musical guest is seth macfarlane, i said that like a minute ago. you got to pay attention. oh, all this will be on the test. oh, you hear that? folks, either, either i am running long on my acceptance speech, or that is jon batiste and stay human.
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say hi, everybody. (cheers and applause) they are about to kiss us right in the treble clef. but first, researchers have created what they say is the blackest material ever. and the proof is just moments after it was created, it was pulled over for no reason. tonight, stephen welcomes seth macfarlane. and astrophysicist neil degrasse tyson. featuring jon batiste and stay human.
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show with stephen colbert! (cheers and applause) >> stephen: yeah, yeah! >> stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! stephen, stephen, stephen! >> stephen: thank you so much. thank you, everybody. (cheers and applause) >> stephen: that's nice. thank you so much. do you feel it >> jon: i feel it >> stephen: you are a beautiful crowd. thank you so much. you people, you make us happy to come back every night. thank you so much. absolutely serious. did you guys watch the debate on
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yeah, yeah, yeah, i'm so sorry. now i did watch it. and in some ways it was impressive. it managed to thread the needle between confusing and boring. but if i'm going to talk about the debate, it's now or never. though never is attempting option. okay, and i blame the moderators because it started on the very first question. >> this is an open question. this series of debates is essentially a job interview with the american people. and in any job interview, you know this, you get asked what is your biggest weakness. so in 30 seconds, what is your biggest weakness, and what are you doing to address it. >> stephen: yes, they opened with the one question that no one in human history has ever answered honestly. (laughter) (applause)
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i-- when i interviewed, when i interviewed for this job, i said my biggest weakness was sometimes i work so hard i forget to cash my paychecks. (laughter) but of all the nonanswers the candidates then gave, ted cruz's was the most least. >> you want someone to grab a beer with, i may not be that guy. but if you want someone to drive you home, i will get the job done. (laughter) >> stephen: that's a great appeal to the voters, ted cruz 2016, get in the car. (laughter) and after the first question, cnbc showed us how to conduct a debate unburdened by a shred of respect. >> senator rubio, are you
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senator to run for president. >> governor bush, the fact that you are at the fiflt lectern tonight shows how far your stock has fallen in this race, mr. trump, is this a comic book version of a presidential campaign. >> your board fired you, i just wondered why you think we should hire you now. >> stephen: wow, that is the most disrespectful question since the lincoln-douglas debated started with mr. lincoln douchebag says what? and what's the moderators lacked in courtesy they made up for in lack of preparation. >>. >> mr. trump stay on this issue of immigration. you have been very critical of park zuckerberg of facebook who has wanted to increase the numbers of. >> i was not at all critical of him. >> i was not at all kit kal of him. >> where did i read this and come up with this that you. >> probably, i don't know, you people write this stuff. i don't know where you-- >> stephen: to be fair, that
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who, when, where, why and what the hell am i talking about? but i got to hand it to the republicans. they stood their ground and they put up a fight. >> the questions that have been asked so far in this debate illustrate why the american people don't trust the media. >> done all trump, are you a comic book villain, ben carson can you do math. >> such a nasty question, it's not a very nicely asked question the way you say that. >> john? >> do you want me to answer or do you want to answer. cuz i got to till the truth. even in new jersey what you are doing is called rude >> jon: yeah, yeah,-- >> stephen: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. listen to the governor of new jersey. he knows the people in his home state act like animals. closing statements in newark get chopped up and dumped in the meadowlands. so there you have it. much like the campaign season
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itself, last night felt like an unending slog, and bleefer it or not, it could have been even unendinger if it wasn't for the heroic action taken by the knight in shining bronzer. jim? >> these folks, cnbc, they had it down at three, three and a half hours. i went out and said it's ridiculous, i could stand up here all night. nobody wants to watch three and a half or three hours. we called in. we said that's it we're not doing it. and in about two minutes i renegotiated it down to two hours so we can get the hell out of here. >> stephen: whooo! whooo! >> stephen: whooo! trump 2016! z donald, you saved us from another hour and a half of that debate. you truly are a great leader and you have earned my vote as long as you can negociate your presidency down from four years
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about right. (cheers and applause) >> stephen: but it's no surprise things didn't go that smooltly because even before the debate started, the campaigns were complaining to the republican national committee about their green rooms. >> marco rubio green room had a movie theater, donald trumps had some couches and flat screen tvs. >> on the left is carly fiorina green room, it has a jacuzzi, on the right is rand paul's green room that looks like a jail cell. >> rand paul, you are basically getting a closet with a toilet in it >> stephen: a toilet in a closet. well, maybe it wasn't an insult. for instance the rnc mielt have just wanted chris christie to be closer to where his campaign has gone. (laughter)
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and and i understand the candidates were upset. but as someone who has a lot of guests on the show i know sometimes it's hard to find equal space. usually your first guest gets the nicest room closest to the stage over here and sometimes you need to reserve your biggest room for the band. and sometimes guests like authors who are great end up in our more humble accommodations. for instance last night we had national book award winner jonathan franzen and he's great. when i stopped by to say i had to him before our show, i found out he's been put in one of our smaller dressing rooms. hey, megan. >> hey. >> with dressing room is jonathan franzen in. >> that would be 11 >> stephen: oh, great. (laughter) mr. franzen, we're almost ready for you. >> thank you. be right out >> stephen: great. hey, did you get the flowers that i sent you? >> no, i didn't see them >> stephen: they should be over by the makeup mirror. >> oh, yeah, beautiful. i will be right out. just finishing a cigarette here
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>> stephen: okay, i'll see you on stage. though actually, jonathan, you really shouldn't be smoking in there. >> jesus, i set the curtains on fire. help. >> stephen: oh my god, jonathan, are you okay? i'll be right back. >> help me, help me. help. hello, help. >> stephen: jonathan, back away from the door, get in the corner of your dressing room. i'm going to try to chop you out! that was a close one. that was a-- whooo, whooo! that was a close one. but mr. franzen is fine. we got him out of his dressing room and were able to rush him over to our hospital.
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