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[ cheers and applause ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers. tonight -- gayle king star of "the watcher," actor bobby cannavale. an all-new "closer look. featuring the 8g band with benny greb and now seth meyers. [ cheers and applause >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night. we hope you're doing well tonight. and now, if you don't mind, we're going to get to the news tomorrow is election day, which means president biden's impeachment trial, i guess, starts on wednesday.
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[ laughter ] former president trump is reportedly planning to formally announce his presidential campaign on november 14th. no word yet on his choice for v.p. or first lady. former president barack obama and donald trump held separate rallies over the weekend in pennsylvania obama campaigned for john fetterman, and trump campaigned for 2024. [ laughter ] democratic congressional campaign committee chair sean patrick maloney said in an interview yesterday that democrats will maintain control of congress and added, "we're not perfect, but we are responsible adults who didn't attack the capitol." not exactly a high bar [ laughter ] democrats are like the stepdad of political parties they may be lame, but at least they're not the guy who walked out on you [ laughter ] "hey, i'm here!" yesterday was the end of daylight savings time. in case you were wondering why these all feel more like 1:30 in the morning jokes. [ light laughter ]
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the new york city marathon was held yesterday, and kenyan runner evans chebet was the men's champion with a time of 2 hours, 8 minutes, and 41 seconds [ cheers and applause 2 hours, 8 minutes, and 41 seconds, the fastest anyone has ever gotten from staten island to central park. [ laughter ] at a rally in pennsylvania over the weekend, former president trump called florida governor ron desantis, "ron desanctimonious." has anyone ever been worse at coming up with nicknames [ laughter ] imagine trump in "top gun. people, people, i know we all love maverick, but i think i got one that beats it. are you ready? everybody ready? "airplane guy. that's right former president trump referred to florida governor ron desantis as ron desanctimonious, which is a risky move for trump because that's six syllables [ laughter ] a j.c. penney location in pennsylvania temporarily closed last week after a deer wandered
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into the store even crazier, a couple weeks ago, a shopper wandered in [ laughter ] he's asking what aisle stuff's in over 50 students in el paso, texas, may have to retake the s.a.t. after their answer sheets flew out of a ups truck and were either lost or destroyed the students are calling the incident disheartening, regrettable, disconcerting, or irksome. [ laughter ] astronomers predict that a total lunar eclipse will occur tomorrow so, if you look outside and the moon turns red don't worry. it just means dr. oz won his senate race. [ light laughter ] that's what the prophecy foretold [ laughter ] and finally, the makers of miller lite this week will offer a christmas tree keg stand and if you're wondering what santa's bringing you, aa pamphlets.
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and that was the monologue, everybody. [ cheers and applause we've got a great show for you tonight. she is the co-host of "cbs mornings" and the editor at large of "oprah daily. the new "o" quarterly with this year's list of oprah's favorite things is out now. our friend gayle king is back, everybody. [ cheers and applause and you know him from "boardwalk empire," "the irishman" and the "ant-man" movies he's currently starring in the watcher over on netflix. our friend, bobby cannavale will also be joining us [ cheers and applause but before we get to that, on the eve of the midterm elections, the republican party has made their agenda crystal clear. if they regain power, they will once again thrust our government into chaos while subverting future elections to cement permanent republican rule. and they've also made clear that donald trump is still and will remain the leader of their party and that they will march in lockstep behind him if they win on tuesday for more on this, it's time for "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause
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>> seth: if you watch republican midterm ads or listen to republicans talk, they pretend that they're focused on issues like crime or gas prices or inflation. dr. mehmet oz, the gop candidate for senate in pennsylvania, tried to highlight gas prices by posting this incredibly bizarre picture of himself standing under a sign showing gas prices at a sheetz convenience store on the side of the road in altoona. just hanging out under a gas station sign, you know like ordinary americans do so stoic, too. he looks like a car dealership tube man after he quit caffeine. [ laughter ] there are actually a few more things i want to zoom in on in this picture as part of our new segment, "an even closer look. ♪ all right, first of all, why are his arms crossed like he's doing a pose in the opening credits of "shark tank? "so you want to sell pills that don't do anything? i'm intrigued. also, i love his serious face. look at it is he the gas station bouncer? [ laughter ] "sorry, sir. you're not on the list get your beef jerky elsewhere. ladies, right this way."
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[ laughter ] and i'm sorry. there's only one pennsylvania senate candidate who can pull off the nightclub bouncer look i mean that's a guy who will not be fooled by your out of state i.d. plus, fetterman is so tall that when he takes the same picture, gas looks like it's only 99 cents [ laughter ] and finally, let's zoom in on oz's feet. why is he standing on a tiny rock [ laughter ] does he think he's stranded at sea? is he playing the floor is lava or, more likely, is he wearing super expensive shoes? "i stand for all pennsylvanians on a tiny rock so i don't get dirt on my bruno cuccinellis." this has been "an even closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause so, republicans claim they're focused on issues. "oh, but seth," you might say, "didn't you just spend two minutes making fun of a picture of dr. oz? yes, but i never claimed to be focused on the issues. republicans did. [ laughter ] when you press them for specifics on what they would actually do if they win, they don't really have any. that's what happened with florida senator rick scott,
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who's in charge of taking back the senate for republicans this year, went on "meet the press" and was asked if he could name a bill republicans would pass that president biden might actually sign into law. and instead he just repeated a bunch of lazy republican slogans. >> all right let's assume you've got the majority i'm going to take you at your word you're going to get the house. you're going to get the senate what's the first bill a republican congress sends to the president's desk that you actually think he would sign >> i think the issues we've got to deal with inflation so, we've got to figure out how to spend our money wisely so we don't continue this inflation. i think we've got to do whatever we can to get this crime rate down, so i think we have to look at that. we've got to secure the border so, i think those are the things we have to focus on. >> seth: yeah, but none of those are bills. we can all name issues you know, we're asking for solutions. when you go to the doctor, he doesn't just point out a bunch of [ bleep ] that's wrong with you and leave. "we've got to do something about the gallbladder, and that heart's no good. plus a bunch of your bones are out of place, and you need a new kidney anyway, good luck with all of that
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i'm going to go hang out under the sign at the gas station with the other doctors. so, once again republicans are making promises they obviously have no intention of keeping how many times do we have to go through this dance with the gop before we learn that they're lying? remember when they did the same thing with obamacare for almost an entire decade, they said obamacare had to be repealed, that it was their number one priority, and that they had a solution that would be so much better and cost so much less and give everyone great health care. remember when trump said all this >> we are coming up with something that i believe will be very good. a bill that's going to be a phenomenal bill. we're going to have something that's going to be much more understood and much more popular than people can even imagine 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 this is a great bill there's a great plan, and this will be great health care. you're going to have such great
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health care at a tiny fraction of the cost, and it's going to be so easy >> seth: as usual with trump, he couldn't stop overpromising. it's one thing to lie and say you have a plan when you don't it's another to say that nonexistent plan you don't have is the greatest plan to ever exist in the history of civilization "this plan is so amazing, you're going to get everything. perfect health care, completely free and if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor you can keep him in your basement, chained to a wall. they'll be there 24/7 to serve your medical needs the doctors don't like it, but you're going to love it. you're going to love it. [ laughter ] also remember when he said it would be so easy, like he was a dude trying to impress a date at a carnival "hey, babe, you want that giant bear no problem going to be so easy. i can hit that clown's mouth in one shot [ bleep ]. [ light laughter ] not even close dammit the clown moved. i swear the clown moved, babe. no no i won't let it go. [ light laughter ] you don't understand
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i'm going to go to the sheetz and hang out under the sign. now, that's two -- that's two callbacks to the sheetz sign so, if you know anything about comedy, there's probably one more coming. [ laughter ] you're not out of the woods yet, dr. oz [ laughter ] anyway, trump was of course lying just like the rest of the republican party when it came time to actually pass a bill to replace obamacare after nearly a decade -- i'm realizing now it was a gun, and i threw a ball, right? it just dawned on me i mimed throwing, and it's going to be a tricky edit. [ laughter ] when it came time to actually pass a bill to replace obamacare after nearly a decade of empty promises, they freaked out like a hungover college freshman waking up in his dorm room at 6:00 a.m. with a blank piece of paper stuck to his face. "oh [ bleep ]. this is due in an hour oh, let's see, what do i have so far?
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this will be a thesis where you can choose your thesis and you know what the thesis is. this is the thesis ah!" [ applause ] the same thing is playing out all over again except this time, all the lies and empty promises are concealing something much more nefarious. and that is the real reason republicans want power so, they can rig future elections and install permanent one-party rule and that's not just me saying that republicans are saying that. they are saying it in public, out in the open for everyone to hear the gop candidate for governor in wisconsin, tim michels, who is in a dead heat with the democratic incumbent tony evers, said at a campaign stop last week, "republicans will never lose another election in wisconsin after i'm elected governor." that wasn't even a secret confession caught on hidden camera at a private event. he said that at a public campaign stop. it used to be that when you caught politicians confessing to something scandalous, it would be on grainy black and white footage from a motel security camera now they just yell it into a microphone like michael buffer before a boxing match. "let's get ready for fascism!"
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♪ by the way, not the real song. it's a fake sound-alike. we couldn't afford the real one thanks to inflation. [ laughter ] anyway, the point is the thing that really motivates republicans is not the cost of living or gas prices or any of that stuff it's election denialism. trump's big lie about the 2020 election is now the beating heart of conservative ideology it's their single obsessive focus and the thing that galvanizes them as you can see from a rally trump held in miami last night for florida senator marco rubio, where the crowd actually chanted with trump when he claimed the 2020 election was stolen and by the way, just for the record, what you're about to hear from trump, as if you even needed to hear me say this, is complete and utter nonsense. >> just this week, the pennsylvania supreme court ruled in effect that i was 100% right and the 2020 presidential election in pennsylvania was riddled with ballots that should never have been counted. far more than necessary to win
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they stated that big things that took place in 2020 presidential election in pennsylvania were not allowed. they weren't allowed to do it. now they did it anyway, but they weren't allowed. but they refused the court to invalidate the election. instead, in the future, they say -- [ crowd chanting ] that's true. that's true. [ crowd chanting ] by a lot >> seth: you know how when you read supreme court opinions, they always use language like "big things took place that were not allowed. you can read all about it in trump v. bad guys, nasty guys. but that's what really gets republicans going, not -- you can notice they're not chanting "solve inflation" or "balance the budget." also, in general whenever an angry mob is chanting something, you want a politician who will try to calm them down, not respond by saying "that's true." when the townsfolk showed up
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with torches and pitchforks to kill frankenstein, trump probably would have been there saying, you know what? you guys are right we have to kill that giant green monster. we've got to kill him with the bolts in his neck. personally, i've always been more of a dracula fan. we love dracula, don't we? we love dracula. i met him during a presidential visit to transylvania. i was there. he came up to me, big guy, tough guy. tears pouring up his face because he was hanging by his feet like a bat so, the tears were dripping from his eyes down his forehead onto the floor. it was very special. he said to me, 'mr. trump, sir, i want to suck your blood. and i said, dracula, you remind me of my son." [ laughter ] although my favorite crowd chant during that rally came when trump was ranting about his first impeachment, the one where he tried to extort ukraine to help him cheat in the 2020 election, and he attacked one of the lead impeachment managers, congressman adam schiff. >> so, the speech he made was total you know what. i won't use it because my wife always says -- she always says, "darling, don't use the word bull [ bleep ]."
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so, i'm not going to use it. i'm telling you, first lady. [ bleep ]. don't use that word. [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. >> seth: wow, you guys are the coolest kids in fifth grade. [ laughter ] "we got a substitute teacher today. let's all chant bull [ bleep ] and see if he cries. [ laughter ] but trump remains obsessed with the election and with his two impeachments, which is why republicans have made it clear that one of the first things they'll do if they get back in power is use congress to investigate their political enemies, impeach various cabinet officials like merrick garland, prosecute dr. anthony fauci, and even impeach biden himself which has led former president barack obama to add a little comedy routine to his stump speech about how ridiculous that is >> they're on record if they get control of congress, they will spend the next two years investigating president biden and their political opponents. that's all they want to do they see it as payback some of them have said they're going to impeach president biden.
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now, they're not sure why. they're not sure what for yet. but apparently that's beside the point. >> seth: you know, we've said it before and we'll say it again. one of the only good things about campaign season is the return of stand-up comedy obama. [ laughter ] "let's see, what else? what else? you see that photo of dr. oz what's up with this weird dude [ laughter ] standing on the side of the road like a restaurant mascot i said to michelle, i said, i didn't know they had a bob's little boy this ain't new jersey. you got to pump your own gas dried up spock-looking mother [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] and that's our third that's it. anyway, that's what's republicans are going to do. they're going to use the levers of power for political retribution and to plunge our government and our economy into crisis after crisis after crisis again, this isn't a weird conspiracy theory i made up. this is all just stuff they've
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said themselves in public. they want to impeach biden and his cabinet, investigate fauci, pass a national abortion ban, hold the debt ceiling hostage to force cuts to social security and medicare, which among other things could potentially detonate our economy that's all stuff they've said on the record it will be the trump era over and over again nonstop crisis, nonstop chaos, nonstop [ bleep ], [ bleep ] but most important of all, they want to use their positions in key states across the country to rig future elections and cement one-party republican rule. like the gop candidate for secretary of state in nevada, jim marchant, who openly said he and other pro-trump secretaries of state around the country will make sure that trump wins no matter what in 2024. >> we have something in common president trump and i lost an election in 2020 because of a rigged election. and when i'm secretary of state of nevada, we're going to fix it and when my coalition of secretary of state candidates around the country get elected, we're going to fix the whole country. and president trump is going to
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be president again in 2024 >> seth: once again, they're just admitting their plans to steal the 2024 election in advance. seriously, what else do we have to do to get people to pay attention to this? do i have to stand on a street corner in times square dressed like abe lincoln, handing out pamphlets like one of those guys advertising a presidents' day sale, because i will do it actually, i won't do it, but i will make wally do it. >> four score and seven cue cards ago -- >> seth: oh. [ laughter ] it's like -- [ cheers and applause it's like a dead heat with daniel day-lewis [ laughter ] it's very possible the democrats will lose seats tomorrow since historically that always is what happens to the party in power. in fact, it would be very normal and maybe even unremarkable if it weren't for the fact that republicans want to subvert the system to ensure that they never lose power again that's their plan, and we know that's their plan. because they've said that's
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: give it up for the fantastic 8g band right over there. [ cheers and applause sitting in with us on drums this week, he's the globally recognized composer and educator as well as bandleader of his own group, "moving parts." his latest book, "effective practicing for musicians: the ultimate guide for how to become better at your instrument" is available now at you can also check him out on instagram. all the way from germany, benny greb is here, everybody. [ cheers and applause welcome to the show, benny thank you for being here our first guest tonight is an emmy award-winning co-host of "cbs mornings," host of the sirius xm show "gayle king in the house," and the editor at large of "oprah daily. the winter issue of "o quarterly," which features this year's list of oprah's favorite things is on newsstands now and available at please welcome back to the show, our friend, gayle king, everybody. [ cheers and applause
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♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: welcome back, gayle >> hello, human beings i'm so glad to be here >> seth: it's nice to be in a room with human beings isn't it >> it really is. >> seth: it really is. i mean - >> i do not take it for granted ever >> seth: yes >> ever. >> seth: now more than ever. >> ever, ever have >> seth: i -- this must have been, you know, an exciting month for you. we've talked about our shared affection and appreciation for taylor swift >> yes >> seth: a big taylor swift month. >> she has a new tour coming out. [ cheers and applause she has a new tour coming out. >> seth: be honest are you -- when someone like her goes on tour, do you have, like, an in on tickets, or are you on ticket -- are you, like, refreshing the link? [ laughter ] >> i'm refreshing the link >> seth: there you go. thank you. >> no. i've been to all of taylor's concerts >> seth: okay. >> and last time i was here, she was coming the day after, and i was so bummed. >> seth: yeah.
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>> because i -- i've seen her in concert several times. and now the new -- the new album, "midnight at 3:00 a.m.," i got the deluxe version >> seth: oh, look at you >> yep >> seth: yeah. >> she's going to be in new york the 26th, 27th, 28th, but i'm not sure >> seth: yeah. >> is it -- it's memorial day weekend. >> seth: that's very exciting. >> oh, i'm definitely going. >> seth: but it's also a little -- a little creepy how much you know it >> oh, i'm definitely going. >> seth: alright, good that's very exciting >> she is such a great songwriter i really like her. i like her music, so i'm excited. >> seth: of course we talked about your grandson, luca >> oh, yes >> seth: he just turned one. look at this dude. >> look, he just turned one. [ audience aws ] >> seth: was this -- >> i don't know, but he's so cute >> seth: is he a halloween minion, or is he an everyday minion >> he was a minion, yes. >> seth: he was a minion for halloween. >> yes and let -- he's very close in age to your favorite daughter, addie. >> seth: yeah. >> you only have one daughter. >> seth: yeah, we have one -- she is my favorite >> she was born on the 13th. and -- >> seth: she was born on the 15th yeah >> yes, so that's why i always remember that. >> seth: and -- and i want to ask a question because the last time we were here, we talked about -- you know, it's a very high-stakes operation when you decide what your grandchildren are going to call you as a grandparent. >> and seth threw shade, guys. >> seth: yeah. >> you threw shade
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[ light laughter ] >> seth: because you wanted -- now, it should be noted, i -- it is confirmed that i'm on oprah side here. >> yes >> seth: oprah also threw shade. >> yes, yes, yes yeah >> seth: that you wanted to be called "gaya." >> but i ignore her shade. i ignore her shade and her shade is private your shade was in front of all of the studio audience >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> and that night when i got home, people go, "well, maybe he has a point. >> seth: yeah. >> i did say i wanted to be called "gaya" because it kind of sounds like "gayle." >> seth: uh-huh. >> and it means "mother earth. and seth said, "if you have to explain a grandma name, that's probably not a good idea." >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> okay, so -- >> seth: so we're at year in, what does luca call you? >> well, he's not really speaking yet, so i'm going to leave it up to him but i've come up with another name "gan-gan." >> seth: "gan-gan? [ audience aws ] again? no >> isn't that nice, gan-gan? [ applause ] >> seth: you're all missing the point. >> seth, i think that's -- >> seth: it's up to luca >> i know. >> seth: just wait >> yeah, but don't you want to just, sort of, guide him along i don't want him to gall me "gayle." >> seth: right >> ellen degeneres said he can just call you, "hey, miss lady." i don't like that. >> seth: yeah. no [ laughter ] that's true. >> i want something that's friendly and cute. listen, what - >> seth: gan-gan's not the worst. it's better than gaya.
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yeah >> see, i thought "gaya" was nice, but now you have me rethinking myself. >> seth: i'm sorry that i -- >> i don't like doubting myself. >> seth: i feel like i'm being a real -- i'm being a real bully about this, and i apologize. so more importantly, midterms are tomorrow >> yes >> seth: what's your day like? obviously, stakes are very high. you're in the news business. >> stakes are very high. >> seth: i do feel like, maybe, your wednesday morning will be more -- i mean, tomorrow when you're on in the morning - certainly, you won't have much to say other than the fact that people are going to the polls. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. it's going to be a very long day. and also, when i was coming here, in the elevator, somebody on your team said, "seth gives us a day off so we can vote. so, bravo to you >> seth: yeah. >> i think that's great. [ cheers and applause it's great >> seth: now, that is -- >> no. no, no, seriously. >> seth: it's not -- it's - >> seriously, seth - >> seth: i -- i have to stop you. it's not true. it is -- >> no, it is true. >> seth: no, it's not true yes, they have the day off, and i hope they all vote but nbc was like, "we want to put the news on. >> no. they said it was seth. [ laughter ] >> seth: no, they did -- i just don't want to be out here being like, "i went into nbc." and i was like, "you listen to me." >> okay. >> seth: and they're like, "why are you here who told you - >> okay.
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well, your team has the day off. >> seth: okay, gotcha. >> -- and the woman told me that she's going to be voting and i just thought that i -- >> seth: all right, good i think -- i -- i certainly hope they all vote. >> yes, i do too >> seth: and i -- if they don't show me the sticker, they go into the penalty box [ laughter ] >> i do too. i do too >> seth: yeah. >> i can't wait to vote, but i'm very nervous it's going to be a long day. >> seth: when you cover it -- and especially - >> it's going to be a long, long day. >> seth: you know what i do, again, i think like -- even on wednesday morning, there's a real likelihood that a lot of these bigger elections are going to be so close to call >> it's true >> seth: and we do live in an era now where i feel like conspiracy theorists often reflect back to the first thing that is said about the results from people in the news business >> yeah, people are highly suspicious >> seth: so, how do you speak about it yeah >> they're very suspicious [ laughter ] and listen, by the end of the day tomorrow, there will be several races that you don't know last time, the last election, we were on the air -- i didn't even get to go home i ended up wearing the same dress that i started out in the morning, when we started, to the next day because the races went so long. this time, i think they're going to break it up a little bit. but we may still not know. and it -- just because you don't know doesn't mean there's something wrong with the process.
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but it's so scary to me, seth, because people are so -- they're so doubtful. there's such mistrust that it's frightening to me. >> seth: it is a very frightening time >> yes >> seth: which is why, obviously -- >> i was looking at your monologue. >> seth: we're going to have to face it no matter what, but i think one of the nice things is there are the holidays coming. they are oprah's favorite thing. >> yeah. >> seth: we're going to talk about it in our next act, but i wanted to start with a ritual to kick it off. >> yes, yes, yes >> seth: i have some chai tea, which i know this is - >> that's her favorite yes. >> seth: this is an oprah staple and i'm going to pour us some chai tea and what do you -- you have affirmations for us? >> okay, now this is good. this is on her favorite things list i like this. >> seth: okay. >> and seth, we're going to do this together. >> seth: okay. gotcha >> because what do you do, seth meyers, to center yourself? >> seth: what do i do to center myself >> yes what do you do >> seth: i don't feel particularly centered if i'm being honest >> okay. [ laughter ] may i have a suggestion for you? >> seth: yes great. >> this is the life you want, daily inspiration cards. >> seth: okay. >> oprah is really -- guides a quote a minute she's very good. >> seth: yeah. >> so, we have oprah and other thought leaders. and so, every day there are 365 cards in this box.
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>> seth: okay. that's one for every day >> yeah, one for every day [ laughter ] so, she -- she takes a card. she reads a card while she's sipping her chai tea >> seth: so, she reads a quote that she of -- one of her quotes [ laughter ] >> no, no. this is for you. >> seth: oh, this is for me. >> this is for you this is for you. >> seth: so, for -- but should i give 365 quotes for oprah? >> for her -- >> seth: okay. >> for her, she's just sipping the chai >> seth: oh, i see >> for you >> seth: for me, it's like i have her there with me sipping >> yes yes, yes >> seth: okay. >> yeah, you can feel her presence so, one of the cards says this very appropriate the night before election. "transformation doesn't happen unless you're willing. it's your choice." >> seth: hhm >> so that's on the front of the card then the back, something to think about. then she has, you know, breathing exercises, meditative things i like that. >> seth: okay. great. >> would you like to pick a card >> seth: i would love to pick a card yeah, i feel like you forced that card. >> okay. [ laughter ] no, i didn't i have three to choose from. >> seth: okay, ready >> yes >> seth: gaya is a perfectly appropriate name [ laughter and applause >> oh, oh -- >> seth: no, that's not it >> don't -- don't try to clean it up. >> seth: alright, so i start here
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this is an oprah quote "your life is always speaking to you. the fundamental question is, 'will you listen?' hmm, chai. >> how about that? [ laughter ] okay, i'll take another sip. >> seth: and then something to think about. we all have that little voice inside of us that feeling - >> that's true >> seth: that feeling deep in your gut that's always there to give you -- by the way, at this point in the card, my kids are already screaming. [ laughter ] and i'll be like, "you be quiet! oprah is communicating with me via card!" what is whispering to you right now? >> but these are 365 days that you can pick something >> seth: it's lovely >> it's just something -- i do think it's lovely. i do >> seth: give me one more. i feel like you're - >> this is my last one >> seth: okay. >> this is my last one "everything you do and say shows the world who you are. i know that's true >> seth: mm-hmm. >> so who are you, seth meyers >> seth: who am i? >> who are you >> seth: i'm someone who's regretting how hard i've been on you about this name. [ laughter ] >> no, you don't care. >> seth: i don't care at all >> i know you don't care [ laughter ] i know you don't >> seth: alright, now we're going to do some real -- some more this is just one of many >> oh, i did bring some more favorites for you. so, this is something that's on the list >> seth: all right that's on the list and we're going to see a bunch more things on the list. we'll be back with more from gayle king
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outside, soft on the inside. it also has a panini maker >> seth: all right >> panini in the toaster >> seth: oh, that's very exciting >> which -- okay - >> seth: we -- we pre-made our paninis out of the interest of time >> just took a little bite and -- and, seth, you can warm up the cookies if you want to. >> seth: that's very exciting. >> $510. i know it's a little pricey, guys but 210 -- 20% off with the code "oprah," o-p-r-a-h >> seth: if you can remember that thanks for spelling it >> we think this is cool [ laughter ] this is cool, revolution >> seth: now, this is actually -- you were wearing this this is -- >> now, now -- this is what i wanted to change into. >> seth: okay. >> because this is a woman who made this, a small business. >> seth: uh-huh. >> isn't this cute just backstage, somebody said, "gayle, that's very chic." >> seth: you know, when you're wearing it, you don't have to hold it up in front of you >> oh. [ laughter ] >> okay. okay, seth >> seth: just saying, you know >> okay, this is a size medium i'm going to give it to you. [ mumbled speech ] [ cheers and applause no, i'm going to give it to you. [ cheers and applause size medium. thank you. i know, but you're right [ cheers and applause you're right you're right you're right you just look like - you look like -- >> seth: this is not "the oprah show." we do not give things to our guests
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[ laughter ] >> that's just from me to you, ma'am. >> seth: all right, that's wonderful. >> and she looked like a size medium okay, but this - >> seth: it seems to me she look very comfortable >> this is a rivet utility i think it's chic. you can dress it up, dress it down, $295 >> seth: mm-hmm. >> oprah lives and breathes in these. >> seth: okay. >> so, we like this. >> seth: i know this is a jigsaw okay >> now this is puzzle. yeah, we love these. >> seth: okay. okay >> this happened, you know, actually during the pandemic, can you imagine oprah and stedman doing puzzles? they did >> seth: they did do puzzles a lot of people i knew did puzzles. >> yeah, i saw her on the internet i called and said, "did you guys really do a puzzle, or is that just a shtick? she goes, "no, we really did." so we like this, jiggy puzzle kit. >> seth: jiggy puzzle. >> something good for you and your kids. >> seth: all right great. >> now, this, i think, is great. so your kids will -- you've got three children >> seth: uh-huh. >> they like to color. they like to draw. >> seth: see, this makes sense because i'm not already wearing it >> yes, so see -- [ laughter ] i know i know, i know that was kind of a big move. i know, i know, i know i know, i get it >> seth: so wait what is -- tell me about it. >> okay, so they draw it, and then you send it into this apron company and they put it on an apron. >> seth: ah, so a chi -- this is a child's drawing. >> yeah, so look -- so, it comes with all of these. >> seth: oh, gotcha. >> so, i think any -- anytime you can display your children's
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artwork, i think that's a good thing. this is cece dupraz draw your own apron -- aprons >> seth: draw your own apron, beautiful. >> $78 we like that too >> seth: all right now, can we take a bite of the cookie that's been warmed here >> i want a bite of the grilled cheese >> seth: yeah, have a bite of the grilled cheese, and then we'll share the cookie all right. very warm. it worked. >> but don't you think is cool, though >> seth: i think it's very cool. >> no, you - oh, it is actually very warm >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> i don't know why i'm surprised because i have tried this before. [ laughter ] >> seth: that was a crazy thing for you to say >> when i know, i know >> seth: it was like, "oh, my god. >> no. >> seth: but it turns out, i haven't been lying to you. [ laughter ] >> i have never lied to you. never lied to you. >> seth: well, lucky people, you guys have -- i guess it's a -- is it a sweepstakes? it says 12 lucky people have a chance to win all -- >> at you've got - >> seth: -- 104 items on the list on the 12 days giveaway sweepstakes, courtesy of oprah daily. >> that's right. >> seth: visit for more information you guys, that's gayle king, everybody. [ cheers and applause the full list of oprah's favorite things is now live at
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: our next guest is an emmy award-winning actor you know from his work on "boardwalk empire" and films like "the irishman," "ant-man," and "blonde. he stars in "the watcher," which is streaming now on netflix. let's take a look. >> 657 boulevard has been the subject of my family for decades now. and as it approaches its 100th birthday, i've been put in charge of watching and waiting for its second coming. someone watched the house in the 1920s, and someone else watched in the 1960s it is now my time. do you know the history of the house? do you know what lies within the walls of 657 boulevard
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>> i wonder what brought you here i see already that you have flooded 657 boulevard with contractors so that you can finish the basement. why was it left that way it might not frighten you yet, but it will. >> seth: please welcome back to the show our friend, bobby cannavale, everybody [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: welcome back. >> hi. thank you. >> seth: i'm so happy to have you. >> thank you for that. >> seth: we both have three kids >> yeah. >> seth: we've got a couple that are -- are very similar ages >> yeah. >> seth: you've got a six and a 5-year-old i've got a 6 and a 4-year-old. i also have a 1-year-old you also have a 27-year-old. >> i do. i -- i've mostly been parenting my whole life. >> seth: yeah. >> most of my life yeah >> seth: is the -- i mean, obviously, is a big age gap, and i'm wondering, you just did a movie with the incredibly funny bill burr -- >> seth: yeah.
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>> -- called "old dads." >> yeah. >> seth: so -- >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: -- this is about people who have kids later in life. >> that's it >> seth: i'd be like, "i had kids later in life," but you also had one early in life have you noticed the difference? >> oh, yeah, big-time. [ laughter ] i mean, i -- i can't -- we were at the playground yesterday, and i -- and my -- both guys were like, "dad, you get on the -- on the monkey bars. and i was like, "i tried." [ laughter ] and i just -- i couldn't do it my shoulders just -- they didn't -- they just wouldn't do it i couldn't do it >> seth: yeah. >> and i think i can do it there's many things you think you can do but, you know, the main difference is that, you know, jake was pretty much an only child growing up, and now i have these two animals, you know, just all over each other - >> seth: yeah. >> all the time. >> seth: do you ever ask jake to speak on your behalf and tell the younger ones that there was a time where you were an active father [ laughter ] you're like, "oh, you should have seen him on the monkey bars in the '90s. >> i have. i have all right. yeah, and as jake pointed out to me, he's like, "you know, dad, it's good that you had these kids later and you had me earlier so i could then tell them all about you later." [ laughter ] i'm like, "i'm not going anywhere." you know but it's the 5-year-old's
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birthday today >> seth: you have -- oh, and by the way, so 5-year-old birthday. is it true that the older one is not enthusiastic about the fact that you're celebrating? >> he's not. he's not he's -- he's advocating to just ignore the birthday. if he's like -- he's like, "i just don't understand. first of all, he's using -- i don't know if your kids do this, but, like, my rocco is very into using words incorrectly, like new words that he likes. >> seth: yeah. >> and lately, he loves the words immediately. so, he's like, "i don't immediately understand why we have to celebrate his birthday." [ laughter ] i'm like, "that's not how you use the word 'immediately.'" but -- and he's like, "i don't understand we have my birthday in february. why do we have to celebrate his in november? [ laughter ] "i don't immediately understand." and i'm like - so - >> seth: give yourself time. you don't have to understand immediately. >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: give yourself a couple hours. family photo right there there's all three kids >> yeah, here we go. >> you can see and everything. and your wonderful hulk costume there. you really -- you put the effort in >> yeah. >> seth: and then your beautiful wife, rose byrne, there. >> solved the answ -- i solved the question, "where does hulk put his wallet?" >> seth: yeah. there you go
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