tv Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC July 8, 2015 12:37am-1:39am EDT
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- maya rudolph from "magic mike xxl," actor joe manganiello music from belle and sebastian featuing the 8g band and now, here he is, seth meyers! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening, everybody. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ]
very exciting news, this just happened. you might not be aware that this just happened, but the governor of south carolina spoke this afternoon -- the governor -- and said it is time to remove the confederate flag from capital grounds. [ cheers and applause ] so everyone, remember this day, june 22nd, 1962. [ laughter ] [ applause ] we made it. president obama -- not sure if you heard this. not sure if you listen to podcasts. president obama this weekend used the n-word when speaking about race relations in america. which explains why everyone at fox news today, kept shouting, "and i quote! [ laughter ] it's a quote!" [ applause ] "just quoting." officials in new york -- i don't know if you guys have been
following the story as much as i have, but officials in new york have found dna traces from a pair of escaped convicts in an upstate hunting cabin. which means we know now two places they're not at any more. [ laughter ] they're not. that's -- and if you just keep -- we're just going to keep eliminating places. [ laughter ] till you got nowhere left. they're not at the desk, that's three. [ laughter ] you're running out of places. you're running out of places. according to a new report, repealing obamacare would cost the government $137 billion. $137 billion or as hospitals think of it, six tylenol. [ laughter and applause ]
six tylenol. i always love stories like these. a woman was caught friday trying to sneak through an airport in colombia, while carrying 3.3 pounds of liquid cocaine hidden in her breast implants. [ light laughter ] which would explain why her baby kept asking to borrow money. [ laughter ] "i'm good for it, man, i'm good for it. i'm good for it." this is interesting. a pennsylvania brewery said today that it is introducing a new beer this august to honor the late penn state football coach, joe paterno. and if you give some to a minor, authorities will look the other way. [ audience oohs ] [ applause ] remember? remember the other part that wasn't the football part? he did a lot of football stuff. there was that one other thing.
[ light laughter ] mcdonald's has developed a new type of bicycle-friendly packaging for cities overseas that can hang food from handlebars. so if you love mcdonald's and you love bikes -- no, you don't. [ laughter ] stop -- you're pretending on one of those. [ light laughter ] and finally, the new world's oldest person -- we have a new world's oldest person. and this new world's oldest person says she credits her longevity to not drinking, smoking, or partying. she added, "kill me." [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, that's the 8g band. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> seth: woo! how we doing, 8g band? lovely to see you all. you look great. everybody have a good weekend? excellent. i had a good weekend as well. and we have a very, very good show for you guys tonight. from the ifc miniseries, "the spoils before dying," one of the all-time greats, maya rudolph is with us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] also, any "magic mike" fans here tonight? [ cheers ] there we go. from "magic mike xxl," joe manganiello is with us tonight, and -- [ cheers and applause ] i don't want to -- i don't want to brag, but tomorrow, more from "magic mike xxl," matt bomer, and wednesday, channing tatum. so that's the x, the x, and the l. i don't know which is which. [ laughter ] but all three of them are going to be here the next three nights. and music from one of my all-time favorite brands, belle and sebastian this evening. [ cheers and applause ] a fantastic band. i'm so honored that they're here. now, as i mentioned earlier this afternoon, south carolina governor nikki haley held a
press conference calling for the confederate flag that stands on the state house grounds to be removed. which brings us to a segment we like to call, "finally." ♪ ♪ [ applause ] >> seth: first, a little history on the south carolina state house confederate flag. the flag currently sits behind a war memorial in front of the state house. but it wasn't always there. in 2000, after a compromise between lawmakers, it was moved from the top of the state house to in front of the state house. wow! what a difference. [ light laughter ] it's a good sign of how racist you are, when your offensive symbol is the result of a compromise. "oh, this? this is nothing! it used to be way up there." [ laughter ] i mean, when -- when ever is just moving an offensive object ever a solution? that's like your wife walking in and finding your mistress on top of you, and then you suggesting everything would be okay if the mistress just went and stood by the closet. [ laughter ] it's like, "i know -- i know she's still here, but she's not here here." [ light laughter ] while the 2000 law was enacted to placate those who were
offended by the flag, the wording of the legislation made sure that the flag gets plenty of attention in its new location, stating, "the flag pole must be illuminated at night, and an appropriate decorative iron fence must be erected around the flag pole." and this is what i think is an appropriate decorative fence for the confederate flag. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] also, since when did people get to care about two flags? you get one flag, the u.s. flag. that's the whole point of flags. in fact, while we're getting rid of the confederate flag, let's abolish all the state flags, too. they're dumb, and never look the way they should. for example, this is it the new york state flag. when i think we all agree it should look like this. [ laughter ] [ applause ] democrats were near unanimous in calls to remove the flag, but among the republican party responses were more varied. mitt romney called for the removal of the flag in no uncertain terms when he tweeted, "take down the confederate flag at the south carolina capitol. to many it is a symbol of racial hatred.
remove it now to honor charleston victims." wonderful, but don't put a hashtag in front of "confederate flag." we're trying to get it down. we're not trying to get it trending, mitt. [ light laughter ] and by the way, when i say "hashtag," mitt, i mean a pound sign. [ laughter ] as far as the 2016 candidates, most of them refused to take a position this weekend, claiming the flag was a state's issue, which is not for them to decide. and in this case, when they say "state issue," the issue is they want that state to vote for them. walker, rubio, and fiorina all said to some degree it was a state issue. ted cruz said it was a state's issue while accidentally making the best argument for taking it down, saying, "both those who see a history of racial oppression, and a history of slavery, which is the original sin of our nation, and we fought a bloody civil war to expunge that sin." so if slavery was the original sin of our nation, and the bloody civil war was fought to expunge that sin, then surely no one should be okay with a flag that represented the pro-sin side of that war hanging anywhere. when you walk into a church,
there isn't a giant devil poster. [ laughter ] once again, i applaud nikki haley for this step in the right direction. although, let's be fair. she called for the removal of the flag after "the dukes of hazzard" took it off their car. [ laughter ] "so happy to have you duke boys on the auto trader team. hey, what's that on the roof of your car? oh, we've got to get rid of that." still, the removal of the flag is great news. now, for the bad news. we're only talking about the flag, because we know we aren't going to do anything about gun control. seriously, how low is the bar for our political leaders that we're celebrating the fact we might get one flag down? something that could also be accomplished by a gust of wind. [ laughter ] it is a start, but please don't let this be a finish. this has been "finally." we'll be right back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ betty. to steady betty.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. our first guest tonight is an emmy nominated actress who you know from her work in "bridesmaids" and shows like "up all night" and "saturday night live." you can see her in the ifc mini series, "the spoils before dying", which begins july 8th. let's take a look. >> hey lover. we're done. i gotta split. >> you got another gig? >> yeah, baby. another gig, last minute. >> taking my sax player?
>> oh, well it's a money gig, you dig? >> you know i don't dig those money gigs. is it a big money gig, or just a gig kinda gig? >> oh, it's a big money gig, all right. real big. biggity big big big. [ laughter ] you dig? >> i don't really big, but i dig. you dig? >> yeah i dig. i'm so glad that you dig. [ light laughter ] >> seth: please welcome back to the show, the wonderful, the lovely, maya rudolph. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> i'm so happy to be on your show. >> seth: it's so wonderful to have you back. >> i love locking eyes with you when there are cameras around. >> seth: i know, we get to -- this is how we catch up with all the -- yeah.
>> i do, i have to say, 'cause it kind of brings me back. 'cause i feel like, when you do "saturday night live," you're supposed to look at -- when you do "saturday night live," that's my english. [ laughter ] when you do "saturday night live," you look at cue cards, but whenever i did "update" with you, i liked locking eyes with you, because i knew it tickles you a little bit. >> seth: it really -- actually, what you say is true. it's very rare where you actually are making full eye contact with somebody at "snl." >> yes, but your are truly like -- >> seth: and as an "update" guest you would -- i remember once as whitney houston, you stared at me so long that -- >> i saw your pupils dilate. [ laughter ] >> seth: i was so -- i couldn't believe it was happening. i was so happy. >> it was an enjoyable -- >> seth: because that, there was a moment of, all these people are watching her just look at me. [ light laughter ] >> it's so good. because i think whitney got tired. that's what happened. >> seth: that's what happened, yeah. houston, there was a problem, we have a problem. [ light laughter ] >> that's what it was, yeah. >> seth: you -- i wanted -- something else that took me
back, you had done this in a sketch once, where you had played, like, one of those national anthem singers -- >> yes. >> seth: who sort of takes her time with the song? >> yes. >> seth: and you gave the commencement address at tulane? >> yeah, my cousin sabrina was graduating this year, and she asked me to give the commencement speech. which was so nice. and it was a family affair, because my dad graduated from tulane too. so it was kind of like -- i've personally never given a commencement speech. they're terrifying. >> seth: so terrifying. >> it's so horrifying for me, because you have to come up with a lot of jokes. >> seth: mm-hmm. >> and you know how to do that, but i don't do that. >> seth: you are good at jokes. >> i don't really -- i'm not good at, like, telling jokes. if i can make fart sounds and funny voices. >> seth: well, you did -- do a little bit of taking your time with the national anthem. >> i did a lot of like -- rrrr. [ laughter ] and then i took away the first letter of all the words like -- [ laughter ]
but it was in the superdome, like i had to do it. >> seth: oh, wow. >> everyone i called, and i said i was doing the commencement speech for tulane, it's at the superdome. and they're like, "you gotta do the national anthem." and i was like, "all right, okay." >> seth: yeah. >> i love doing it. >> seth: it was like a seven minute version of that. >> it was a seven minute version. >> seth: it was really wonderful. it was really wonderful. >> i just kept adding songs to it. >> seth: oh, that's right, you did. you put "single ladies" in it. >> i put "single ladies" in it. >> seth: you put a little bit of "single ladies" in it. >> yeah, because if you like it then you should have put a ring on it. [ light laughter ] >> seth: yeah. that's what america was founded on. >> that's what america -- that's what our forefathers believed. >> seth: about these colonies. putting a ring on it was it becoming a union. >> yes. it's going to be a new flag, with rings. [ light laughter ] you went to uc santa cruz? >> i did. >> seth: what kind of school is that? what was your school like? >> lot of hippies. >> seth: uh-huh. >> northern california is beautiful, it's redwoods and ocean. and then a lot of like dirty feet walking right between
classes. [ laughter ] >> seth: that's nice. so it's really pretty -- >> lot of, like, white people with drealocks. >> seth: as long as you don't look -- oh, right. white people with dreadlocks, yeah. >> but it is quite beautiful. but it's very laid back. like, we had our mascot was a banana slug. >> seth: that's right. yeah. [ light laughter ] >> truly. >> seth: yeah. i remember growing up that i couldn't believe there was a place that had a banana slug as their mascot. [ light laughter ] >> yeah. >> seth: i do want to jump ahead, because you said white lady with dreadlocks. >> correct. >> seth: this happens when you leave "snl", sometimes things will happen in the news, people will say, "oh, my god, it's such a shame you're not there." and i feel like you have to have been getting this a lot lately. >> i've been getting that thing kind of on a daily basis with rachel dolezal. >> seth: everybody's saying, like, you could play rachel dolezal. >> yeah, i think when -- >> seth: there we go. >> there she blows. [ laughter ] >> seth: there she blows, there's dolezal. >> yeah, like i remember tina saying, like, when sarah palin was happening, everyone kept saying, like her doorman was like, "you gotta sarah palin." >> seth: yeah. >> but it happens to me every day. people are like, "oh, too bad you haven't been on 'snl' since 2007." [ light laughter ]
like you have to play this lady. and i got to say, like, the whole thing is very fascinating to me. >> seth: well, here's a clip of her getting asked questions by a reporter here in spokane. i don't know if anyone's seen this, but this is pretty great. >> oh, yeah. >> i was wondering if your dad really is an african-american man. >> that's a very -- i mean, i don't know what you're implying? >> are you african-american? [ light laughter ] >> i don't understand the question. i did tell you that, yes, that's my dad. and he was unable to come in january. >> are your parents -- >> oh. [ light laughter ] >> seth: okay, so let's just real quick -- >> so busted. >> seth: should we give them a taste real quick? i'll be the reporter? >> sure. >> seth: you can dolezal it up. >> yeah, no problem. [ cheers and applause ] that's what i'm here for. >> seth: all right, great. wait one second. [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
>> seth: can i just ask you a couple quick questions? [ laughter ] was your -- is your father an african-american? >> wait. [ laughter ] >> seth: let me make this very simple for you. are your parents white? [ laughter ] >> wait. i don't really understand the question. >> seth: do -- are either, are either of your parents black? >> i don't -- i mean. [ laughter ] >> seth: i can see a second -- i can see hair coming out from underneath your wig. >> this is a really inappropriate question. >> seth: give it up for what we missed. [ cheers and applause ] >> i think america -- i think america really missed out. >> seth: they really missed out.
>> so glad i brought my rachel dolezal wig. >> seth: so good you always have that with you. >> i always keep it in my purse. >> seth: you got a bikini wax. you got a bikini wax. >> you heard? >> seth: i heard you got a bikini wax, and i heard that i have to ask you about it. >> this is an amazing story. >> seth: all right. >> that i really want to share with america. [ light laughter ] i recently got a bikini wax, and most of you know what that is. i'm not going to sugar coat it. >> seth: right. >> it's hair removal for ladies and some dudes. [ laughter ] totally fine, right? it's a free country. so, the place i went, i was in miami at the time with family. and that place that i went was one of the places, they put down the wax and let it cool. so they sort of, like, fan it, right? >> seth: uh-huh. >> a very nice young lady was waxing me. but when you get waxed, you have to remove your clothing from the bra down. so you're like a baby like from here down on a table like -- [ light laughter ] and my -- you're in a very
compromising position. so sort of like imagine if you're, like, roasting a chicken and the legs are tucked under. [ laughter ] >> seth: yep. >> like that. >> seth: gotcha. >> imagine me like that. >> seth: uh-huh. [ laughter ] >> so this very nice lady was applying the wax and cooling it. and we're having idle conversation. >> seth: okay. >> and so she puts some wax down. and this is a very, very sensitive area. and she's fanning it. and like, you know, it got kind of quiet. she's just looking down and she goes, "i'm just thinking about what i'm going to make for dinner tonight." [ laughter ] but here's the best part, i never like situations to be uncomfortable, so i immediately was like, "i'm gonna say something." [ laughter ] my first thought was, well, you should really try to make
some -- you're going to be working all day, you're going to be tired. no, something that's like easy. like why am i helping her? >> seth: right. [ laughter ] >> she just said the weirdest thing while she's looking inside of my body. >> seth: right. >> and then -- she wasn't phased, because she looks at vaginas all day long. >> seth: that's her thing. >> everyday. that's her thing. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> some people have different things. >> seth: yeah. >> that's her thing. and she says, "it's kind of cold today." and she says, "flip over." because that's part of the bikini waxing process, audience. [ laughter ] so i do what i'm there for. i flip over and i help her by holding back parts of my body to get to -- [ laughter ] inner parts of my body. >> seth: right, right. you're helping. >> i'm helping. cradling and helping. >> seth: yeah. >> so, as i'm helping she says, "it's kind of a rainy day today, i was thinking of making a
soup." [ laughter ] and i was just quiet. and then she said. "like a hot, spicy shrimp soup." [ laughter ] why me, seth? why me? why did my body make her think of hot, spicy shrimp soup? [ applause ] >> seth: i don't know. i don't know. >> it was amazing. >> seth: that's fantastic. >> very nice young lady. and if she sees that, i hope you enjoyed that $800 tip i gave you for being uncomfortable. [ laughter ] >> seth: "the spoils before dying." so excited about this. matt piedmont, who we used to work with, directed it. >> the best. >> seth: it's really fun. the show looks beautiful. >> it does look really beautiful. he did a beautiful job. and he -- andrew steele also wrote it with him. these are our old -- >> seth: old "snl" writers. great writers. >> great writers. and they both have such specific, weird, wonderful senses of humor. the last thing i wrote with
piedmont, when we were at "snl" was this jingle singer sketch. basically, the whole time we were shooting "spoils before dying", we would just sing the jingles that we wrote for everyone else, whether they liked it or not. but, anyone who knows piedmont, his brain originates in the 1970s. >> seth: yeah. >> so everything that comes out of his brain is from the 70s and everyone has a weird name. like, the jingle singers wrote a song in a sketch, it was me and spade. which is already a great combination -- >> seth: great singing combination, you and david spade. yes. >> we were supposed to be a couple, we were supposed to be old. i have, like, an old peppered afro, not unlike my rachel dolezal wig. [ light laughter ] >> seth: did you have a favorite jingle that you guys sang? >> i had many. my favorite -- hartoonian and larb was one that -- >> seth: that was a law firm, right? ♪ hartoonian and larb attornies at law ♪ >> seth: that's a good one. >> but it went on longer. at law. and then my favorite was alpine feminine napkins.
>> seth: alpine feminine napkins. >> can i share that one with you? it was my favorite. >> seth: please, we'd love it. >> i brought this in my purse as well. [ light laughter ] imagine it's like a phoebe snow-type ballad. ♪ you're a seagull in the sky feel the freedom feel the breeze ♪ ♪flying oh, so high feel the comfort feel the heat ♪ ♪ be your own boss alpine feminine napkins ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: maya rudolph, everybody. "the spoils before dying" premeres july 8th on ifc. we'll be right back with joe manganiello. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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highly anticipated sequel, "magic mike xxl," which hits theaters july 1st. let's take a look. >> what am i supposed to do? >> i should chuck your big ass right off this -- >> that's the mikey i remember. look, if you ain't ready to bring it old school this weekend, then you need to hop off this food truck right now. >> why do you think i came this weekend? >> i don't know man. it's been a long time. but i do know this, you better be ready to follow my ass down the rabbit hole, brother. i'm talking out of body, baby. extra protection! >> tobias, we're going to mad mary's. >> hell yeah. >> nobody, nobody messes with the mojo on the last ride. >> seth: please welcome joe manganiello. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: how are you? >> i'm good. >> seth: it's wonderful to see you. you look like a million dollars as always. >> aw, thanks. [ cheers ] >> seth: yeah, for me too. [ laughter ]
this is very exciting. obviously, we have some screaming ladies here this evening. [ cheers and applause ] in the finale of this film is all of you guys dancing in myrtle beach in front of thousands of women. >> yes. >> seth: who were all extras on the film. >> yes. >> seth: how, i imagine -- i feel like not everybody fully understands how long it takes to shoot a movie. how long were these screaming thousands there? >> for my routine alone, four and a half hours. >> seth: four and a half hours. for how long on screen time? two, three minutes, yeah? >> yeah, like three minutes. so, it's a bit like guns 'n' roses getting up there. you get up and you play "welcome to the jungle," everybody screams. you play it again. and again, and then two hours later, you're still playing the same song. but you have to give them credit, because four and a half hours later they were screaming louder than they were at the beginning. >> seth: wow. >> and if they weren't screaming, i mean, it's just me
in a thong, with silence. which is not -- [ cheers ] cool. >> seth: now, i assume that's when strippers know it's time to hang it up, when they dance to silence. >> pretty much. >> seth: they just escort them out of the business. >> no one has the guts to tell you that you should go home. >> seth: so, magic mike, that's his stripper name. you have the best stripper name in the movie. big [ bleep ] ricky. [ cheers ] >> richie. >> seth: big [ bleep ] richie. you did a documentary about strippers, male strippers and you met some guys with some other pretty good names. >> yeah, i made this documentary in between the two movies. it's the real life magic mike, about this very notorious club in dallas, texas, labare. >> seth: labare. >> labare, yes. >> seth: so it's french. [ laughter ] they didn't go so far as to figure out what the french word for bear was? >> it's like "nude" in french, or whatever. which actually is a line in the movie by probably the male stripper with the best stripper name of all time, randy "the master blaster" rich. >> seth: wow. >> who i think is watching, actually, tonight. >> seth: oh, really, here's to
master blaster, i love it. that's great. and really exciting that you got to do a second one of these. you must be very close to the guys now? >> yeah, we're all became best friends. but i've known matt bomer since he was 18 and i was 19. we were freshmen at -- >> seth: carnegie mellon in pittsburgh. i did not realize this. that you guys both went to school -- >> you would never realize that looking at my male stripper performance. [ laughter ] that i actually, i don't know, did a play or two, here or there. >> seth: so, you're from pittsburgh. >> yes. >> seth: we're both huge steelers fans. [ cheers ] you, right before you went off to drama school, you were almost gonna go be an athlete? yes? >> yes, i was. i was actually going to -- well, i played football, basketball and volleyball. and towards the end, i was kind of narrowing in on a college basketball career. i was going to go into federal law enforcement. i was going to go to allegheny college play some hoops and maybe into the fbi. >> seth: wow, and instead -- >> here we are. >> seth: big [ bleep ] richie. >> yea. [ laughter ] >> seth: it's funny, and you are a little -- it's funny, because you are so far from what you originally planned. and you, actually, with "magic
mike" specifically, chris rock convinced you to do this movie. yeah? >> yeah. we were doing a movie together in atlanta and i turned to chris and i said, "man, can i ask you a question?" he said, "sure, what's up?" i said, "i got this script it's about male strippers and, you know, i'm this naked werewolf guy on tv, it's like, man, i'm kind of a guy's guy, and i think guys are going to hate me if i keep doing this?" >> seth: yeah. >> he said, "man, guys are going to hate you anyway." [ laughter ] unless you have a sword and you're slashing thousands of people, then they'll like you. >> seth: right. >> who's directing? i said, "steven soderbergh." and he said, "you gotta do it." >> seth: well, he was right. >> he was right. >> seth: back to this. on the guy's guy side, with steelers fans, huge steelers fan, you've gotten to know people associated with the team. you've gotten to know some of the players. is that still exciting at your age to be friends with football players? >> are you kidding, that's the greatest part. >> seth: right, it's amazing. >> i mean, it's insane. >> seth: yeah. >> i was at coachella a couple years ago. and i was leaving, it's big
crowds, so i put my hood up just trying to get out of there quicker. and somebody started yelling, "joe, joe." and i just kind of tried to keep moving. you know? let's go, let's go, let's go. and this person, i felt footsteps running after me, like big footsteps. i'm like, "oh, no, what is happening?" this arm reached out and grabbed me, and i turned around and it was troy polamalu. [ cheers ] >> seth: wow. what an exciting person to get chased down by. >> yes. i was like, "tackle me, go ahead." i couldn't believe troy knew my name. >> seth: yeah. it's really exciting when an athlete -- i will never outgrow it. even though i was realizing i've now outgrown all -- i'm older than all athletes. i went and did a coin flip at my college for homecoming. and, i was -- afterwards all the players were saying, "thank you, sir." i was like sir? oh, right, i'm twice your age. [ laughter ] you're twice my size and i'm twice your age. how nice that is. >> i'm about to be a male
stripper in his 40s if we do a third one. >> seth: there you go. we gotta hurry up and get to part three. so everybody go see this movie opening weekend so we can make a third one really quick. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: quickly. we've had some other carnegie mellon guys through here. a lot of great actors when to carnegie mellon. the pittsburgh accent is a really -- it's an acquired taste. and you actually got cast in a role where you played a guy from pittsburgh, but it's too intense for television. yes? >> yes. it was a follow-up for "how i met your mother." i spent a few seasons on "how i met your mother" playing brad. and carter baizen and craig thomas they came up with this great show that was kind of around -- my character was a pittsburgh sports dad. and i was maried to jamie pressly and they were going to have me speak pittsburgh-ese exclusivley with subtitles at the bottom. >> seth: wow. >> and it was so unintelligible, it was like "trainspotting." and the network said, no, we can't. >> seth: just give us a taste of the pittsburgh accent. >> well, i'll give you like a little tutorial. like, you're at a restaurant a diner or something. a waitress will come up and say,
"yinz ready to order' nat." which means, "are you ready to order?" >> seth: yeah. >> i'm goin' dahntahn 'ere. i got my iroc offa blocks, you know? live up in worshington county. we're gonna go dahn an check out the stiller game sunday. der real good this year. >> seth: it's so crazy. when you do it for people, they think you are making it up. it sounds like dothraki to people. >> yes. [ laughter ] yeah, totally. >> seth: but it's beautiful. it's music to my ears. glad it's music to yours. thank you so much for being here. give it up for joe manganiello. "magic mike xxl" is everywhere july 1st. we'll be right back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night," everybody. it's been a great show so far. but i want to take a second to talk about the guests coming up for the rest of the week. >> whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. hold up, playboy. aren't you forgetting something? >> seth: sorry, excuse me? >> didn't you forget to mention something? >> seth: no, i don't think so. >> yeah, you seriously don't know? >> seth: no, i don't. >> okay, dog, so you mean to tell me that you're not even going to mention that today's the 16 year anniversary of limp bizkit's second album, "significant other?"
[ laughter ] >> seth: oh, no, i definitely wasn't going to do that. >> are freaking you serious? it's the same album that has the song "nookie" on it. you know. ♪ i did it all for the nookie for the nookie so you could take that cookie ♪ ♪ and stick it up your hey! stick it up your hey! ♪ ♪ stick it up your hey! stick it up your hey! ♪ >> seth: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. no, we get it. you know? >> well, then talk about it. everybody in this audience is like, "when is he going to talk about the album 'significant other'?" [ laughter ] >> seth: no, they are not. >> well, he wouldn't shut up about it. [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: hey, you know what? leave him alone. leave everyone in my audience alone. >> why don't you want to talk about it, man. >> seth: all right. well, i guess i'm not so sure it is that important of an album. i kind of feel like even if it was, it's not worth celebrating, you know, the 16th anniversary of anything. >> well, that's a shame, because as somebody with a talk show, you have a duty to raise awareness. [ light laughter ] >> seth: awareness of what? >> the limp bizkit album
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. tonight's musical guests are a critically-acclaimed pop band from scotland. they're one of my personal favorites. performing "allie," please welcome belle and sebastian. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ allie what would you do when there's bombs in the middle east you want to hurt yourself ♪ ♪ when there's crimes in the city streets you want to end yourself ♪ ♪ when there's fun in your mother's house you want to cry yourself to sleep ♪ ♪ allie what would you do with your fears because they're adding one by one ♪ ♪ and your mountains are obscured behind the sun ♪ ♪ and the person that you could be is crumbling into dust ♪ ♪ you're in the mess 'cause you thought
you'd be someone else ♪ ♪ 'cause the tricks in your head are a lie yeah the tricks in your head are a lie ♪ ♪ yeah the tricks in your head are the tricks in your head are a lie ♪ ♪ allie hands on your head and a prayer from the soon-to-be-closing library ♪ ♪ and if you looked from here you would surely see ♪ ♪ there's a softness in your heart there's a poetry to come ♪ ♪ you bought that gun 'cause you thought you'd be someone else ♪ ♪ 'cause the tricks in your head are a lie yeah the tricks in your head are a lie ♪ ♪ yeah the tricks in your head are the tricks in your head are a lie ♪ ♪ you made a list of all your heroes and you thought about what they went through ♪ ♪ yeah you thought about what they went through ♪
♪ it's much harder much darker than anything that happened to you ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ allie what would you do when your seven-year plan happens to someone else ♪ ♪ all the people in your life you would happily shelf when day follows night you are truly on your own ♪ ♪ you're in this place 'cause you thought you'd be someone else ♪ ♪ 'cause the tricks in your head are a lie yeah the tricks in your head are a lie ♪ ♪ yeah the tricks in your head are the tricks in your head are a lie ♪ ♪ 'cause the tricks
in your head are a lie yeah the tricks in your head are a lie ♪ ♪ yeah the tricks in your head are the tricks in your head are a lie ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: belle and sebastian! the album "girls in peacetime want to dance" is available now. and head over to latenightseth.com for a bonus performance of their song "sukie in the graveyard." we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ]
tonight, we're set up in kroq studios in l.a. to bring you the spotlight on filmmaker rodney ascher, and right now it's the director behind "the heat," "bridesmaids," and the new melissa mccarthy action-comedy called "spy." let's go to koi restaurant. this is paul feig. ♪ ♪ there are two things i have to have in every office i have which is a model of the titanic. to remind myself that no matter how good everything seems, it could all still go down. and then i always keep a bust of shakespeare on my desk to remind myself and the people that i work with that we are not shakespeare. ♪ hi, i'm paul fieg, i'm the writer and director of "spy." i make comedy for a living, i try to make people laugh. and if i can make them think, too, then something has gone terribly wrong. >> rayna boyanov is about to sell a tactical nuclear weapon to a terrorist organization. >> i told to send me in there. >> you can't. she knows the identity of all our agents. we need someone to find the bomb without being detect
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