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bye-bye, everybody [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers. tonight -- michael che, star of "glow", actress alison brie, music from torche, featuring the 8g band with nate smith ♪ [ cheers and applause ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night. how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause that is good to hear in that case, let's get to the news according to cnn, president trump spoke publicly for 56 total minutes last week even though the car behind him
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was honking the whole time [ laughter ] investigators are saying that the guards at the jail holding sex trafficker jeffrey epstein may have been asleep at the time of his death worse, they were asleep in their beds at home [ laughter ] "oh, we were supposed to stay there? [ light laughter ] politico has published an article about two college students who have become popular deejays amongst trump supporters and go by the stage name, milk n cooks which is incidentally the secret service names for these two. [ laughter ] walmart has launched an investigation after a north carolina mother found that the baby formula she purchased turned out to be flour she suspected it was flour after noticing changes in her baby [ laughter and applause "no, he seems fine he's very happy.gunos cambios e [ laughter ]
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yeah, no, you touch his belly button and he just giggles." [ light laughter ] élse ve biey the blog, vogueworld, posted an article yesterday entitled "brad pitt proves that fedorasíe can actually be hot. although i think a more accurate title would have been y en uío "brad pitt's hotness overcomes fedora." [ laughter ] aunque yo creo qu ohio state university has filedo to trademark the word, "the" due to the inclusion in the school'e formal name and the tradition of pro athletes referring to theira alma mater as "the ohio state óo university." said a judge, "that is 'the' l dumbest thing i have ever heard." en la [ laughter ] es [ cheers and applause ] lo más the producers of "star wars" have announced they're partnering with mattel to produce a new line of barbie dolls based on the movies. but they are creating unrealistic body standards for hutts. [ laughter ] i like a joke that i would have
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got in 1984. [ light laughter ] the band guns n' roses has dropped a copyright lawsuit against a company that was selling a guns n' rose beer, which is good news for the makers of sweet child o' wine. [ laughter and applause and finally, a venomous three-foot-long snake has now been missing from the bronx zoo for over a week. "i haven't seen him," said a cashier at the gift shop [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show for you tonight [ cheers and applause he is a very funny comedian and writer you know from "saturday night live." you can see him at lugerfest here in new york later this month. michael che is back, everybody [ cheers and applause she's the star of "glow," currently in its third season on netflix. alison brie is back, everyone. [ cheers and applause and we have a music -- we have music from a powerful miami-based rock band. torche is here so it's a great show [ cheers and applause very excited to have you all before we get to our guests, the trump administration has
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announced a new rule that would limit legal immigration by imposing a wealth test for more on this, it's time for "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: trump has many racist conspiracy theories about immigrants he thinks they're being funded by shadowy groups. he thinks it's a plot to invade america. and he's pretty sure at least one of his sons snuck in from transylvania [ laughter ] "secret service, he's out of his coffin again." [ laughter ] trump also has this insane theory that other countries are somehow rigging the visa lottery system to put their worst people in the pottery he's repeated it many times, including at a rally earlier this month >> how about the lottery system? how about lotteries? you put the name in a basket the country puts the name in the basket and you pick people out of the lottery. well, let's see. this one's a murderer. this one robbed four banks this one, i'd better not say this one, another murderer
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ladies and gentlemen, another murderer >> seth: it sounds like he's picking his cabinet. [ laughter ] "bank robber [ cheers and applause oh, a murderer oh, you guys you guys, we got a cannibal. [ laughter and applause but trump continued. >> think of this, do you think they're going to put their great citizens - they have great citizens they have great people like we have great people. do you think those people are going into a lottery no and then we get these people coming in. you just take a look, look at the people they put into these lotteries. >> seth: that's not how it works. countries don't put people in the lotteries. [ light laughter ] people enter themselves. and it's not murderers saying "the police are closing in i better make my escape by entering a random drawing. [ laughter ] this is one of trump's favorite insane conspiracy theories and he's repeated it countless times throughout his presidency. >> they have a lottery you pick people.
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you think the countries are giving us their best people? no visa lottery visa lottery boom who is this? who is this? and then when they turn out to be not so good, we say, "i wonder why?" well, maybe the countries giving us their worst in those lotteries. does that make any sense think of it, a lottery you pick people. now let me ask you so these countries that are sending people in, do you think they're sending us their finest? and then we wonder why we have problems we're not going to be a stupid country anymore. >> seth: we're still very much the stupid country [ laughter and applause stupid is our brand. obama made us cool you made us stupid one of the other problems here is unlike more complicated terms, trump thinks he knows what a lottery is. so even though he's wrong, he's trying to flex his muscles i'm surprised he didn't just start talking about scratch-offs at some point. [ light laughter ] "and they give you a card and you use a dime, ideally.
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worst case, your thumb and you just start scratching. and if you get three matching flags, that's your new home. [ laughter ] that's how it works in a lottery! [ applause ] a visa lottery." trump feeds his supporters these racist conspiracy theories to make them think that undeserving immigrants are coming here and draining our public resources, which is a bigoted lie and now he's taking that lie one step further by implementing a y institute a wealth test in order to limit legal immigration >> a major policy change by the trump administration is trying to dramatically limit legal immigration into the u.s the so-called public charge rule would make it more difficult for people who are, again, here legally, but rely on some form of government assistance medicaid, food stamps, housing vouchers, some of the examples it would make it harder for them to get a green card. the new criteria favors wealthier, more educated immigrants >> the national immigration law center calls the new rule a
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wealth test on immigrants. >> i don't think it's fair to have the american taxpayer pay for people that come into the united states. i am tired of seeing our taxpayer paying for people that come into the country and immediately go onto welfare and various other things so i think we're doing it right. >> seth: so now you're suddenly concerned about wasting taxpayers' money you've already spent more than $100 million just on golf trips. [ light laughter ] and i have one more simple fix for this we don't need to stop paying for his golf, we just need to stop paying for his golf cart because just imagine how fast he would lose interest if he had to walk "this sucks. [ laughter ] i'm gonna play a sport where you don't have to move so much like grass luge." [ laughter ] this is fundamentally antithetical to everything that america is supposed to stand for. in fact, that ethos is famously etched on the statue of liberty in the emma lazarus poem "the new colossus." yesterday trump's acting director of u.s. citizenship and immigration services
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ken cuccinelli was asked on npr about that poem and said this. >> would you also agree emma lazarus's words etched on the statue of liberty, "give me your tired, your poor," are also part of the american ethos >> they certainly are. give me your tired and your poor who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become a public charge. >> seth: first of all, you can't just rewrite the poem. [ laughter ] especially a poem on a plaque. once it's on a plaque, it's the thing. [ laughter ] the sign says "no smoking. not "no smoking but also smoking. [ laughter ] second, you want them to stand on their own two feet? trump can't stand on his two feet [ light laughter ] look at him. he's like a drunk guy trying real hard to pretend he's sober. [ applause ] trump is doing this for two reasons -- one, he's a racist and racism is at the core of his immigration policy and two, he can't deliver on any of the other promises he's made to voters. that's why his administration inflicts cruelty on desperate migrant families, like when they conducted the largest single-state immigration raid in
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history last week and separated children from their parents. meanwhile, he can't actually do anything to help the people he promised to help the so-called forgotten men and women of america, the working class he claimed he championed he told them he'd fix everything and that it would be so easy you know, like health care >> we're going to get you something so good. so much less expensive so much better you know what it's called? it's better and less expensive that's a good combination. you're going to have such great health care at a tiny fraction of the cost. and it's going to be so easy >> seth: as a general rule, never take advice from a guy in a camouflage hat with orange font because - [ laughter ] it's a weird choice. i mean, i get the orange, but not the words, you know? you've never seen a hunter going into the woods in camo gear with bright orange writing that says "i am a hunter." [ laughter ] now a universal health care system that guarantees health care as a human right is possible, as many industrialized nations and democrats running for president have shown but trump made the promise without having any clue what he was talking about.
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and then, of course, once it came time to come up with an actual plan, like any con artist, he tried to talk in circles until people forgot what he'd promised. >> this will be a plan where you can choose your doctor this will be a plan where you can choose your plan and you know what the plan is? this is the plan [ laughter ] >> seth: oh, my god. he always sounds like he's playing taboo and he can't think of a second clue that's not -- [ laughter and applause like, "uh, it's a plan, like a plan a plan it's a plan. you know, a plan [ buzzing the word was plan. i was cheating [ laughter ] i was cheating the whole time. then there was trump's promise to save manufacturing jobs during a stop in ohio two years ago, he told residents he would single handedly save their manufacturing plants in fact, he literally told the people at his rally who were worried about losing their jobs not to move. >> i rode through your beautiful roads coming up from the airport and i was --
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i was looking at some of those big, once incredible, job producing factories. and my wife, melania, said, "what happened?" i said, "those jobs have left ohio." they're all coming back. they're all coming back. [ cheers and applause coming back. don't move don't sell your house. don't sell your house. >> seth: if donald trump, a man who has gone bankrupt six times and is infamous for some of the biggest real estate disasters in history tells you don't sell your house, sell your house. [ laughter and applause trump is - trump is the kind of guy who would tell people during a tornado, "you definitely want to be by a window [ laughter ] be by a window so you can see it sometimes they have cows inside." [ laughter ] once again, you'll never guess what happened. a plant nearby in lordstown closed in march. then when the cruel reality of trump's empty promises came crashing down on the workers he
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promised to help, all trump could do was offer a useless tweet. and once again, he clearly had no idea how to deliver on his promise. >> "just spoke to mary barra, ceo of general motors, about the lordstown, ohio plant. i am not happy that it is closed when everything else in our country is booming i asked her to sell it or do something quickly. she blamed the uaw union i don't care i just want it open. >> seth: hey, ass[ bleep ] you told them not to sell their homes. a tweet whining that you're not happy isn't good enough. it's like if your buddy told you invest everything you have in bitcoin and then when it crashed sent you a text that was just a dollar emoji and a surprise face [ laughter ] also what do you mean, "i asked her to do something? do what? you're the guy who said you were going to save the jobs you're supposed to have the ideas. like a plumber who shows up and takes a look at your toilet then just screams, "unclog! [ laughter ] and by the way, that plant in ohio is far from alone in fact, just two weeks ago, gm idled another plant in michigan,
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which might come as a shock to people who were at these trump rallies in michigan in 2016. >> i've been saying your car industry is being sucked away from michigan. it's happening if i'm elected, you won't lose one plant. you'll have plants coming into this country you're going to have jobs again. you won't lose one plant i promise you. [ cheers and applause i promise you. so all i say is this, you want to build your plant in mexico, have a great time. but if you think you're going to ship your product across the border, which will be a very strong border, by the way. for no tax, no nothing so we end up with unemployment, and we end up with empty plants and factories. and you end up with the money, the jobs, and the plants you can forget it. and you know what would happen if you said that right upfront, nobody's leaving, folks. you stop it right away the politicians don't want to say that, because most of them are too stupid to even understand it. >> seth: they are too stupid dude, you're too stupid to spell the word, country, your wife's
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name, and your own name. [ laughter and applause i mean, imagine if this guy tried meeting his own immigration standards. he has no discernible skills, lost a billion dollars, and can't spell his own name he'd flunk the citizenship test before he even got to the first question [ laughter ] trump inflicts cruelty on desperate migrants fleeing poverty and violence, because first, he's a racist, and racism is at the core of his ideology and second, he's failed at literally everything else he's promised to do you need a plan to expand health care, save manufacturing jobs. you can't just do it by tweeting or yelling at people, but trump is - >> too stupid to even understand it >> seth: this has been "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause we'll be right back with michael che, everybody [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> announcer: for more of seth's "closer looks," be sure to subscribe to "late night" on youtube. volunteerism.
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: welcome back, everybody. give it up for the 8g band right over there [ cheers and applause joining us on drums this evening, he's a two-time grammy nominated artist, producer, and composer from new york city. this fall you can check him out on tour with brittany howard for tour dates and more, head on over to natesmithmusic.com nate smith is here, everybody. [ cheers and applause thanks for being here, nate.
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our first guest tonight is an emmy-nominated writer and comedian who is the co-head writer of "saturday night live." he's currently on his "liberal but gangster" tour [ light laughter ] and will be performing at lugerfest on august 29th at brooklyn steel please welcome back to the show our good friend, michael che [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> whoa. >> jimmy: welcome back, buddy. >> hi. >> seth: how are you [ cheers and applause >> i'm good. >> seth: you -- you've been on the road this summer you've been doing -- doing your tour >> yeah. >> seth: is it fun >> i like when you said "liberal but gangster" everyone kind of snickered. [ light laughter ] it is a dumb name for a tour [ laughter ] i just don't like that liberals are considered like weak and stuff. you know it's like synonymous now you can't just be liberal, but also a little gangster >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] so this is your way of saying, like, it's not -- don't think of this as a fully safe space
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>> yeah, and also i'm not really that liberal [ laughter ] >> seth: i will say, like, of the two, that's the one where i'm like, umm -- [ laughter ] >> i just want white people to come to the shows. [ laughter and applause >> seth: is it working so far? is it -- >> it's working. it's pretty good >> seth: that's good >> it's good >> seth: do you like the places you've been going? >> yeah, we went to -- we're going to seattle this week but i've been to like, chicago and austin >> seth: great >> yeah, you know. >> seth: that's good good comedy towns. >> austin -- austin was fun, but it was very hot. >> seth: yeah. >> it was like 105 degrees it was like white africa [ laughter ] like the worst place >> seth: it's about time white people had their own africa. >> yeah, they gentrified africa. i thought it was just us >> seth: you -- have you -- we got debates coming up in september. >> yeah. >> seth: and soon this will be for "snl" to handle. have you watched the debates so far? any takeaways? >> uh-uh >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] >> i watched -- i watched some of the one with -- i liked watching de blasio >> seth: uh-huh. [ laughter ] >> well, because de blasio's
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funny here, but to see the rest of the country reject him just - [ light laughter ] it was like, "oh, it's not just us, dude no one likes you." [ laughter ] it was great i like that. that's good. [ applause ] >> seth: is there anyone -- anyone you've seen that's shown you anything that you like >> i like andrew yang a little bit. >> seth: what do you like about andrew yang? >> he wasn't wearing a tie [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. both -- both debates he's gone tieless both debates >> well, he's got this kind of - like, he looks like what i think leaders will start looking like. >> seth: uh-huh. >> because he's got that kind of tech thing - like i want to buy something from him >> seth: right [ laughter ] >> like, he looks like he should be holding up a piece of something. >> seth: like new tech >> yeah. he should start every sentence with, "what if i told you. [ laughter ] you know, like that kind of -- >> seth: yeah, yeah. >> steve jobs-y thing. >> seth: right >> yeah, i think that's the one thing -- >> seth: so do you think now like, a tie, sort of, is a way of a person saying, like, "i have not been able to invent a new thing? [ light laughter ] >> yeah, you just don't look current. >> seth: yeah, but if you -- >> like you'll never see
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somebody in a tie driving, like, a tesla. >> seth: yeah. interesting. >> yeah, you wanna -- you know >> seth: i mean, i don't think you see people in ties driving often. [ laughter ] i feel like people in ties are rarely behind the wheels of cars in new york city do you think you see a lot of, like, people in ties driving >> if i saw -- if i got like into an uber and he was wearing a tie, i'd be, like, "what went wrong?" >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> what happened, dude >> seth: do you -- are you excited by anyone? do you feel like there's an exciting enough group of candidates >> no. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> it's rough. it feels like there should be somebody that's -- like we've had three years. we knew this guy was gonna be president for four years it's always the same, right? >> seth: yeah, it's always four years. >> it's always four years. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> we knew in the next -- we should be more prepared. >> seth: yeah. >> and we're not [ light laughter ] that scares me there's no, like -- okay, don't you think it's a little weird that, like, we know the next
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great shortstop by, like, the tenth grade? >> seth: right >> or the next great quarterback when he's, like, 15 years old. >> seth: 'cause -- right scouts see him, yeah >> espn is they're tracking this guy. president, we don't know until a year before and we're like, "maybe the guy without the tie?" [ laughter and applause that doesn't scare you >> seth: so what do you -- what do you propose? >> i think we need, as -- as much as we check on sports, we need to do the same thing. we need like a farm system for politicians. [ light laughter ] we need -- we need to put like, you want to be a politician? you want to be president you should have to go through, like, a five-year course it should be a train -- it should be like being a navy seal. >> seth: yeah. >> it should be like a training - [ applause ] intense. >> seth: so you're, basically -- so you do not think that congress serves this purpose >> no! there's no way -- no it's not >> seth: yeah. >> it should all be -- this is the president class. >> seth: right [ laughter ] >> you can't - donald trump can't just be like a navy seal because he's got good hats.
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[ light laughter ] >> seth: right >> it should be that hard. i heard somebody say, "you know who should be the president? the rock." [ laughter ] and he can he absolutely can. [ laughter ] "hobbs & shaw" is that good. >> seth: really? [ laughter ] you walk out a said, "that was presidential." >> yeah. [ light laughter ] i mean, more so -- >> seth: now i haven't seen the film do they -- do they end up friendly enough that shaw could be a running mate to hobbs [ light laughter ] >> i do love that they have to make that movie where the rock and what's his name? >> seth: jason statham >> they both have to be equal bad asses. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> one's, like, 6'5", the other's, like, 5'10. [ laughter ] if you ever wanted to see white guy privilege, that's it [ laughter ] he's equal to the rock really come on. [ laughter ] please >> seth: we'll be right back with more of michael che after this [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: welcome back to "late night. we're here with michael che, everybody. [ cheers and applause
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congratulations. "snl" received multiple emmy nominations. i know that -- i know that's what you care about more than anything >> nah [ laughter ] >> seth: but you -- you and colin hosted the emmys last year and then this year, they announced they're going hostless >> right we broke it. [ laughter ] we broke it. >> seth: what do you think about the idea of going hostless >> i think it's a great idea, honestly >> seth: i do, too >> yeah, you know, people think they want comedy when they don't. >> seth: they don't really, no [ light laughter ] >> really don't. like, i've had -- like as a standup, you get, like, corporate gigs and you get gigs for all types of places. and they think, "oh, then you go out, you do comedy then we'll do our awards," or whatever and it's -- it's never a good idea >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] so you've had -- you've had comedy go badly at corporate shows. is it true you once did -- 'cause sometimes people will ask you to do comedy at a birthday party. >> i've done a birthday party where they ask me -- literally, it was in a club. it was for drug dealers. and -- [ laughter ] >> seth: did you know ahead of time >> no, i knew as soon as i
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looked at 'em. [ laughter ] i knew the way cops know >> seth: okay, good. [ laughter ] >> they were - >> seth: what were some of the dead giveaways >> well -- see, if i say it, then i'm the bad guy. [ laughter ] >> seth: all right, we'll leave it at that how did the comedy for the drug dealers go >> it went bad, man. drug dealers do not have a sense of humor >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> the deejay actually asked me, "hey, do you want me to turn the music off while you're performing?" i was like, "yeah! [ laughter ] and he was bummed. he was like, "oh, what am i supposed to do?" [ light laughter ] it was -- yeah, it sometimes happens that way >> seth: you had a big -- another big thing you did with jost, which was wrestlemania >> yeah. >> seth: and this was really fun, because - >> that a dream come true. >> seth: a dream come true >> yeah. >> seth: here you guys are walking out to wrestlemania, about to wrestle [ cheers and applause this is -- this should be noted, this full heel behavior by - >> that's true >> seth: jost, who's wearing a beckham jr. browns jersey after he left the giants
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and this was in metlife stadium, right? >> that's right. >> seth: so they were -- everybody was just -- hated jost >> oh, they booed us mercilessly. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> and it's -- i don't know if you've ever been booed by 80,000 people, but it is not - it's fun until you make eye contact with somebody and then you can hear specifically what they're saying about you [ laughter ] and this is jersey, so it's not nice [ laughter ] >> seth: it's not -- it's not nuanced criticism. >> no, it's definitely - >> seth: this is may -- i had not seen this photo before this really, i think, encapsulates where you were at [ laughter ] >> i thought that was "family matters" or something. it looks like urkel. [ laughter ] >> seth: how do you -- in the moment, though, do you feel any fear physically >> oh, no. well, once your bowels loosen -- [ laughter ] there's a calm that -- this is still a big guy. >> seth: but this looks -- it's still a big guy [ laughter ] it's still - and -- >> yeah. >> seth: but it was -- when it was over, how were they to deal with were the wrestlers - i could only imagine the level of professionalism you have to have to do a job like that
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>> i mean, it was -- i was blown away like, coming from "snl," you know, like, it's very similar to the work ethic and the professionalism and all of that stuff in that -- [ laughter ] don't laugh. [ laughter and applause >> seth: i mean, i worked there for a long time, and i even didn't know. i'm like, is this praise [ laughter ] >> no, no. it's actually -- it was like, so awesome to do. and a shout-out to steph and triple h and everybody that let us do it it was great it was so much fun >> seth: you're doing something august 29th, which will be a lot of fun, but also has something very serious and sad behind it tell us about lugerfest this year >> my good friend kevin barnett, or aka bird luger, that was his nickname, he passed away earlier this year in january and a lot of -- he was so loved in the comedy community and we're doing a benefit show for his family august 29th it will be michelle wolf, and me, and jerrod carmichael, and jermaine fowler, the lucas brothers, and lil rel howery
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all of us that were together that kind of started together and made the rounds together we lost a great, great funny guy. but also this will be a fun night. >> seth: and that's fantastic. and that's august 29th in brooklyn >> yup >> seth: and then "snl" premieres in the fall. and thank you so much for being here, buddy. [ cheers and applause always such a pleasure >> thank you thank you so much. >> seth: michael che, everybody. we'll be right back with alison brie. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪
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but that doesn't mean i won't make time to kick your russkie ass. >> seth: please welcome back to the show, our friend, alison brie. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> seth: how are you >> i'm fantastic >> seth: you look fantastic. >> thank you >> seth: a stunning -- a stunning outfit. >> michael and i coordinated the dress code for tonight >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> so, i'm glad that worked out. >> seth: he was like, "i'm going to go super casual." >> and i was like, "me too." [ light laughter ] >> seth: yeah. you made -- this is very exciting you made your directorial debut on the show this year. >> yes >> seth: which, of course, has all -- i would imagine, a ton of challenges but also you had to direct a baby >> yes, yes. i feel like the gift of the episode is that i'm not in it really at all, so that was nice to not have to direct myself - >> seth: sure. >> my first time around. and then the curse was the demon
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baby that i had to - [ laughter ] i'm joking obviously, this baby was not possessed by satan's spawn [ light laughter ] i don't think. no, it was two very sweet twin girls who are one and a half, and i think don't want to be held by strangers. >> seth: of course >> and do what they're told. >> seth: yeah, it's a lot to ask. >> and want to just run around but they definitely scream-cried, through most of the days that we were shooting with them, which you'll see in the episode. 'cause eventually i was like, "it works for the scene. [ light laughter ] they should be screaming and crying when their mother is holding them." >> seth: yeah. >> we did have - you know two of our girls on the show, kimmy and rebecca, who are mothers, are in one scene with her, the little girl, and she's playing a little boy so, you know, we're progressive. [ laughter ] and we have like a behind-the-scenes video of them hiding around the hallway corner trying to coax her you know, in the show, it just looks like she's like toddling off, and then like bopping around the corner. and meanwhile, behind, they were like, "come on we have cheerios
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we have cheerios we have candy. we have m&m's. it worked. [ laughter ] >> seth: that's good anything - as a director, anything that works is acceptable. >> i agree >> seth: you have to practice wrestling moves. that will not surprise anyone. i do think it was probably surprising to your cat that -- >> yes >> seth: you would ever use them [ laughter ] >> this is a good -- to really zoom in on that face he's like, "why? [ laughter ] the thing is, this was from season one training. i was so excited about even the smallest things that we would learn, somersaults and - >> seth: sure. >> obviously, headlocks. and i would get home, and try to do them on my husband, dave. >> seth: yeah. >> and he would try to, like, fight back and wrestle me. and i'd be like, "babe, no." you have to like go -- you don't understand how wrestling works it's a partnership and, like, if i'm going to put you in a head lock, you have to let me, and make me look strong. [ light laughter ] >> seth: and then -- >> so i would only do it on the cats, which clearly they're forced to. >> seth: of all the animals in
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the world, the cats are the best partners >> that's true [ light laughter ] you know >> seth: they're like, we love to work in concert with humans >> it sounds like you're not a cat person >> seth: i'm not the biggest cat person yeah >> but i am. so - >> seth: do strangers -- i mean, again, because you are so publicly playing a wrestler do strangers ever say, hey, practice moves on me >> you know, the headlock is a popular thing. >> seth: that is a thing, yeah i would think. >> that we get asked to take a photo with someone in a headlock at first i was just like, "yes, yes, yes!" like, so fun, photo in a headlock then, you know, there are so many things that are quite intimate about even a headlock >> seth: yeah. >> their head is in your armpit. their sweaty face is pressed against your breast. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> then i was like, it's mostly men asking >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> and then all of a sudden i was like, i don't think i'm going to do those photos anymore. >> seth: they were like, this is the dream, because she's playing a role
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>> hey, i have a great idea just for this photo for fun could i put my head right there? >> seth: and then you saw -- you walked off and then you realized they ask that of anybody, whether they're in "glow" or not. >> yeah, yeah. saw them with oprah, and it's like, what [ light laughter ] >> seth: this is really cool because i think when you get into acting, you hope certain things will happen but i don't know if you could have predicted this. you're on the cover of "espn: the magazine" with becky lynch >> yes >> seth: who's a professional wrestler this is a fantastic photo. [ cheers and applause >> thank you >> seth: it must be cool to have sort of dipped your toe enough into that world for them to want you to be a part of it >> definitely. it still is, like, mind-boggling to me, because growing up i didn't have an athletic bone in my body. like, theater sports was the closest that i got and this show has really, like, gotten me in tune with my body in a different way but that day, doing that photo shoot, i definitely was standing there in this ring, like, posing for the cover of "espn: the magazine." i was like, "my dad is going to be so proud.
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[ laughter ] this is crazy. >> seth: that's wonderful. >> yeah. >> seth: and you mentioned your husband, dave franco, who's another one of our favorites here at the show he directed a movie this year that you were in >> yes >> seth: so what is the dynamic like when you're in a film that your spouse is directing >> it is the best. >> seth: oh, that's good to hear >> it's the best he's such a sweet guy, and just put everyone at ease on set. but it was -- it was a funny, i think -- we've worked together as actors before, but never in this capacity it's his first film that he's directed and so there was a learning curve of, like, day one, rehearsal one, we're talking about the blocking in a scene. and i was like, "honey, do you think i should cross at this time?" and then i was like -- like, "do you want me to call you dave on set? [ laughter ] when we're around the actors he was like, "could you call me david franco?" [ laughter ] i need you to be professional. but we're not -- we're a real, like, "babe" and "honey" household. >> seth: and it's hard to drop out of that.
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>> we would -- it was a full "babe" and "honey" set >> seth: okay. >> i will tell you >> seth: so it was wonderful to you. do you think other people enjoyed it as well or do you think that - >> i - [ laughter ] yeah >> seth: 'cause i always find like - >> thinking back, everyone's like - >> seth: when you're in a "babe" and "honey" relationship, it's really great i think that, like, right outside that circle -- [ laughter ] >> it's true i will talk to some people, like our showrunners on "glow", and i'll be like, "isn't it so weird in a movie when you see someone talking about their husband, and they say their name? and they're like, "why is that weird? i'm like, "'cause you'll just call them babe or honey. and they're like, "no, i call them by their name when i'm speaking to them." [ light laughter ] and i'm like, "not me, baby. >> seth: yeah, not me. [ light laughter ] you're like, "and what's it like to be in a loveless marriage?" >> exactly [ laughter ] >> seth: hey, thank you so much for being here it's always such a delight to see you. >> thanks for having me. >> seth: alison brie, everybody. [ cheers and applause "glow" streaming on netflix. we'll be right back with music from torche. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: performing "admission", give it up for torche! [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: torche, everyone. their album "admission" is out now. and head over to latenightseth.com for an exclusive performance of their song "infierno." we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ♪ here's one you guys will like.
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