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♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- sarah silverman. from "the long dumb road," actor and comedian jason mantzoukas. music from broods. featuring the 8g band with fred armisen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening. m seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause that is fantastic to hear. case, let's get to the news. while surveying fire damage th weekend, president trump attempted to refer to the hard-hit town of paradise,
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california, but couldn't get thg name. >> and what we saw at pleasure. what a name,ight now. what we just saw, we just left pleasure. >> paradise. [ >> paradise. >> seth: he's like a guy who's h trying t his friend a porn video but keeps typing the wrong thing into the search bar. [ laughter "it was just here. it was called 'trouble in pleasure.'rs i don't unnd." also, nobody wants to hear dirtv grandp here say the word "pleasure." [ laughter ] he might as well have said this fire really devastated -- "the town of moist." [ laughter ] during his visit tcalifornia on friday to survey the damage caused by wildfires, president trump said, quote, "nobody would have ever thought this could happen." ally? because it literally happens every year. [ laughter ] do you have the same reaction when a "fast and furious" sequel comes out? "no one saw this coming. i --" [ light laughter ]
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president trump and first lady melania today participated in the white house christmas tree delivery and then as usual had a silent night. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] president trump will pardon two turkeys tomorrow, but first, robert mueller will subpoena them. [ laughter ] after losing her gubernatorial r race in the mi, georgia democrat stacey abrams said she plans to run for elected office again. [ cheers and applause ] and georgia officials have already started rollw g out the ting machines. glight laughter ] wasn't -- wasn't ana be positive guys. that's what you get for clappin. during the set [ light laughter ] yeah!ar let's ore. oh.
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after "the new york times" ran an article questioning vice president mike pence's loyalty to president trump, trump called the article "phony." incidentally that's also what he calls siri "phony -- [ laughter ] -- phony, where's pleasure, california?" [ applause ] former new york mayor michael bloomberg, yesterday, pledgeto donate $1.8 billion to student financial aid at johns hopkins universityetting a record for the largest ever donation to a u.s. college or university. and boy, was he pissed when thel ni society called him the next day. hi, woul donation?to make a [ laughter ] are you kidding? really? lose my number. [ applause ] a celebrity beauty expert suggestethat the best way to avoid puffy skin from air travel is to cover your face in a lay
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of vaseline before boarding. said her seat mate, "oh, wow. that's so interesting. thank htu. [ light la ] thank you." [ light laughter ] i acted the hell out of that one, guys. i don't know -- [ laughter ] -- i don't kn what more you nt from me. i mimed the earbuds and everything. thank you. okay. [ cheers and applause ] all i had to do was beg for it. [ laughter ] and finally, the adult website pornhub has launched a new ec fashion coon featuring tote bags, t-shirts, and socks. well, one sock. [ laughter and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show for y tonight. [ cheers and applause ] her animated movie "ralph brks the internet" is in theaters wednesday. o of our favorites, sarah silverman is here tonight, everybody!
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[ cheers and applause ] he is starring in the new comedy the "the long dumb road," my ri goodd jason mantzoukas is back tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and we have music from pop duo broods. so it is a great night. [ cheers and applause ] before we get to any of that, president trump made up another weird thing about a foreign country while attacking a retired admiral for tting osama bin laden sooner. for more on this, it's time for "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: whether you believe donald trump colluded with russia or not, whether you consider him a threat to y democr not, one thing i think everyone can agree on is that he is wrd. [ light laughter ]s heweird man. just a flag-hugging, umbrella-ditching, can't do a normal handshake kind of weirdo.
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and one of the weird little things about dald trump's presidency is that every few months or so he concocts a bizarre lie about another country. and then everyone in country has to figure out what the hell he's talking about. [ light laughter ] remember when he did it to sweden last year? >> you look at what's happening la night in sweden. sweden, who would believe this? sweden. >> and those words about sweden sparked a quick backlash from officials in that country who wanted to know what he was talking because was no attack in sweden the previous night. >> this was front-page news here on monday. it's also been theubject of a significant amount of ridicule online and just people you tal to here is making jokes. you know, what was donald trump referring toast night when he spoke on saturday? jokes like, hey, did somebod take all our swedish meatballs? [ laughter ] >> seth: okay. okay, but plea about because then trump will think you're serious and start repeating that too "immigrants are sneaking into
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sweden and stealing their meatballs folks. [ laughter ] and it's very upsetting to their celebrity chefs. [ laughter and applause ] he called me last night. he called me othe phone last night. and said, and these are his exact words, he said to me, 'shmorgity borgity borgity borg.' [ er ] and you know it's so true. i said it's so true." [ laughter ] seriously, you know it's bad when even the swedes are mocking us. this would be like ikea changing their instructions to this. [ laughter ] then trump -- trump did it again in septemberhen he went to the u.n. and said something about germany that was so detaed from reality, even the german delegation couldn't help but laugh at him. >> germany will become totally dependent on russian energy if it does not immediately change course. here in the western hemisphere
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we are committed to maintaining our independence from the encroachment of expansionist foreign powers. [ laughter ] >> sh: not only are these dudes laughing, but look at this lady's face. [ laughter ] she don't know what the hell he's talking about. d.d she's from a country where this is a real w [ laughter ] and then there's one of trump's weirdest recurring lies, that he kehas a friend in paris whs telling him that paris is no longer paris. >> i have a friend every year he goes to paris. hai n'vet seen him in a while. ghris. oh, the city of . he's telling me for years, paris, paris. see him a month ago. how was paris this summer? oh, i don't go to paris. are you kidding me? i have a friend who use to go to paparis. loves. i said to him recently, "how was paris this summer?" he said, "we don't go to paris. said, paris is no longer paris
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which is obviously true." [ light laughter ] i have a friend, he's a very, very substantial guy. he loves the city of lights. he loves paris. and i said, "jim, let me ask you a question. how is paris doing?" paris? i don't go there anymore. paris is no longer paris. >> seth: i feel like what happened here is trump went to paris, met a mime, and misinterpreted what he was saying. [ laughter ] "my friend -- [ applause ] -- my friend jim told me gr imts are climbing. they're climbing into paris. trying t pull.ey're trying to the police are trying to pull them out. but they can't. and that's why, you know, they need, you know. they need a wall." [ cheers and applause ] s d rather talk to a mime than an american who ca pa-ris. "he's telling me paris, paris."
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so if you're keeping track, trump has made up a fake terrora in sweden, claimed germany was captive to russia, and said paris just doesn't exist anymore. and trump did it again over the weekend when htraveled to california to survey damage from the wildfires there. he made a very strange claim about how they prevent forest fires in finland. tch as our deeply weird president stands awkwardly next to the current and inc governors of california and rambles incoherently like he just overdosed on sudafed. >> i'm committed to make sure that we get all of this cleaned out and protected. got to take care of the floors. you know the floors ofhe forest it's very important. ifu look at other countries where they do itrently, and it's a whole different story. i was with the president of finland. and he said we have a much different -- we're a forest nation. he called it a forest they spend a lot of time on raking and cleaning and doing things. and they don't have any problemi and whis, it's a very small problem.
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so, i know everybody's looking at that to that end. and it's going to work out.o it's goingrk out well. [ light laughter ] >> seth: look atveryone else trying not to look at him. [ light laughter ] they look like parents at the grocery store whose toddler just said, "daddy, that lady is fat." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] if you didn't know -- if you didn't know trump was president, you'd think he was a weirdo who just walked up to them from his trailer in the woods. [ laughter ] he should be covered in leaves and holding a stick.lking "you got to rake the floors! you gotta rake the floors of the forest! [ laughter ] that's what my friend nutty the squirrel told me. isn't that right, nutty?" [ laughter ]
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also, can we go back to ?is real qui >> you got to take care of the floors, you know, the floors of the forest. >>heeth: why does he call it floor of the forest? it's the ground. [ laughter ] does he also call the sky -- "the ceiling of the earth?" [ laughter ] the more he talks, the clearer it is that he has never been [ la ] "these wildfires, they're so -- the floor is filthy. now we got to mop it up. we'll also be replacing these wood columns with steel beams. as you can see, the roof is -- you know it's gone." [ laughter ] and of course, once again -- [ cheers and applause ] once ain as happened -- as sippened with sweden, germany, and paris, the pnt of finland had to come out and publicly clarify that he did ll not, in fact, rump that people in his country rake the floors of the forest. [ laughter ] >> the president of finland says
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he did discuss the california wildfires with president trump. but he doesn't quite recall ther cotion the same way. >> he said they did talk about california's wildfires, and some of the ways that finland ta mas the forest, but raking did not come up. s h: keeps happening. trump makes up something insane about another country. and then the president of that country has to come out and sayu it's not we're like a week away from the president of romaniaalling a press conference to say i did not tell president trump that vampires are real. [ laughter ] and again -- [ applause ] and agn, just as the germans laughed at us, and the swedes made fun of us, the finnish people are now mocking trump's comments osocial media. like this woman who tweeted just an ordinary day in the finnish o st with a picture of herself vacuuming the ground outside. [ laughter and applause ] i mean, that's -- th.'s pretty go that's very good. can we see -- can we see a realr quick, then reaction to
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that? there you go. they like it. trump has to concoct fantastical lies like this. because they reinforce his diluted worldview. and they're easier to swallow than reality. and in this case, the reality is iat man-made climate chan making these fires more frequent and extreme. but trump uld rather make up an insane fantasy about firefighters raking forest floors than admit that climate change is having deadly real-world consequens. just watch this exchange from an interview fox news aired over the weekend. >> i was watching the firemen the other day. and they were raking areas. they were raking areas where the fire w right over there. and they're raking trees. little trees like this that are t trees. little bushes that you could see are totally dry. weeds. and they're raking them. they're on that should een all raked out -- >> what about the argument -- gu you wouldn't have the fires. >> what about the nt it's climate change? that's it's drier. it's hotter. and that t it. contributing to >> maybe it contributes a little bit. the big problem we have is management. you need forest management. it has to be.
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i'm not saying that in a negative way, a positive -- i'm just saying the fact and i've really learned a lot. >> seth: no, you haven't. [ laughter ] though -- though in fairness, if you don't know anything and then you learn one thing, it seems like a lot. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] the president -- the president is a conspiracy theorist who makes ucartoonish lies about everything from wildfires to immigration. and when you call him out, he atcks you. just take retired admiral william mcraven, a navy seal who oversaw the raos that killed a bin laden. mcraven has criticized trump's attacks on the press. and in return, tinmp decided to lt him. >> bill mcraven, retired admiral, navy seal, 37 years, former head of u.s. ec l operations. >> hillary clinton fan. >> special operations -- >> excuse me, hin.ary clinton >> who led the operations, commanded the operations that took down saddam hussein and that killed osama bin laden says that your sentiment is the greatest threat to democra in his lifetime.
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>> okay, he's a hillary clinton backer and an obama backer. and, frankly -- >> he was a navy seal for 37 years. >> wouldn't it have been nice if we got osama bin laden a lot sooner than that? >> seth: you're attacking him for not getting bin laden sooner? oh, because i totally could see you charging in there in your hat and your wind breaker. [ laughter ]e swinging a rke it's a sword. "where are you? osama? osama! [ laughter and applause ] i'm going -- i'm going to rake your floors." [ laughter ] trump then went on to aim that it was obvious to everyone where bin laden was hiding, and also found a way to work in a very strange dig at bin laden's compnd. >> think of this, living in pastan -- beautifully in pakistan in what i guess they considered a nice mansion.'v i don't knowseen nicer. [ light laughter ] >> set you can make this idiot a president and everything still comes back to real estate.
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"it's in a little neighborhood in the middle of pakistan. i call it mid-pac. [ light lahter ] the mid-packing district." [ laughter ] only donald trump -- only donald trump can make himself feel better by implying he has a nicer house than osama bin laden. [ laughter ] bin laden's already one of the h moed, evil people in the history of human civilization. you're not burning him by saying he has a crappy house. who's trump going to go after next? "you know, people make fun of my hair. but it's much nicer than the unabomber's." [ laughter ] we have a president who concocts outlandish lies and spreads baseless conspiracy theories and attacks anyone who calls him and all the the rest of the world laughs at us, from finland to germany to -- de >> s [ light laughter ] >> seth: this has been a "closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> seth: we'll be right backve with sarah san, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: for more of seth's "closer looks" be sure to subscribe to "late night" on youtube. ♪ it's on.
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also, so very ppy this week. fred armisen is back, everybody, our band leader, our friend, our drummer. [ cheers and applause ] and i'm just so happy to have you here this week, fred. >> fred: thank you. it's great to be back. >> seth: and, you know, one of the reasons you're not here is you're one of the busiest people i know. you're constantly working on new shows. you're constantly taking on new projects. and we're talking backstage about how busy you are. and you were sayinone of your regrets is you don't have as much time to read fiction as you would like. >> fred: yes. i wish i could read much, much more. >> seth: but you said you that one thing that's good developed a process where you can look at the cover of a book and immediately deduce ng everytbout the story. [ light laughter ] all the aracters, the plot, and you have the full reading experience that way. >> fred: it's very easy for me, yes. [ laughter ] >> seth: so i'd love to test this once again if you don't mind. >> fred: sure. of course, please. >> seth: okay, great. it's time for the segment called "fred judges a book by its cover." ♪e [ and applause ] >> seth: okay. here we go. fred, this is "becoming
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mrs. lewis" by patti callahan. ovfred, what, based on the, is this book about? >> fred: okay, so, this is "boming mrs. lewis." >> seth: uh-huh. >> fred: and what -- it's about this sort of veterinary hospit >> seth: okay. [ light laughter ] >> fred: and in order to let people in, theunve got this orm. they're like, "you've got to dress up in this, sort of, [ light laughter ] -- and sort of burgundy dress. and we'll let you in so you can come look at the animals." the problem is this.'m >> seth:orry. it's a veterinary hospital where people -- they don't bring in a sick animal? theyo to look at animals? >> fred: yes. [ laughter ] they come to look at the s imals. the problem with te place -- and this is the best part of the book is you can't find the animals in this hospital. you go into this field. and there are no animals. you're like, "hi, i ld there are animals here." [ laughter ] and so as people go in, they're like, "there are no cats. erere are no dogs. there are no ham no gerbils. not a giraffe.
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not a lion. not fish." there are no fish.y. >> seth: o you don't -- i think we're all with you on they don't have imals. [ laughter ] >> fred: oh, but that's where e book is so beautiful. it describes all these animals that they don't see into language. [ light laughter ] that's the beauty of it. >> seth: okay. >> fred: and so "becoming mrs. lewis" is more of an abstraction of aitle. but it's more about this uniform and this place where there are no animals where there should be >> seth: okay. >> fred: yeah. >> seth: wow. can i read you what the i publisher sas about? >> fred: sure. >> seth: when poet and writer joy davidman began writing letters to c.s. lewis, she was looking for spiritual s, not love. but she finds against all odds a love that even the threat of death cannot destroy. >> fred: the animals. [ laughter ] >> seth: give it up for fred armisen, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]r rst guest tonight is an emmy award winning writer, comedian and actress who returns to her role as the voice of vanellope von schweetz in the "wreckt ralph" sequel, "ralph breaks the internet" opening in theaters this wednesday.
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let's take a look. >> what kind of a princess are you? >> what kind? >> do you have magic hair? >> no. >> magic hands? >> no. >> do animals talk to you? >> no. >> were you poisoned? >> no. >> cursed? >> no. >> kidnapped or enslaved? >> no. are you guys okay? should i call the police? >> then i have to assume you made a deal with an underwater sea witch where she took your voice in exchange for a pair of human legs? >> no. good lord, who would do that? >> seth: please welcome back to the show, one of my favorites, e sarah silvermaryone. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> seth: hello! [ cheers ] hello, it's so wonderful to see you. >> it's so wonderful to see you. >> seth: last time you did our show, we were -- it wathe one week we went afield of new york. we went to washington, d.c., ant
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performed giant warner theatre. >> beautiful theater. >> seth: and you said you were have a very hard time coming back to this little theater. how is it so far? >> it's fine. >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] thank you for being . >> you're welcome. you know what? i have to pee so bad. and i decided i'm not going to do it. i'm going to use it. >> seth: oh. >> 'cause we're artists. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> but it's really distracting. >> seth: oh, wow. so, now looking back, you made a mistake would you say? >> i feel like i probabl dshould hae it. it does only get worse. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. famously. yeah it doesn't pass. >> i'm not going to stop things . pee. i'm fi if you had some kind of hede-mouthed snapple bottle, i would do it righ. >> seth: i don't. >> i would do it right in that area. >>eth: i don't. >> anyway, go see this children's movie. >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] >> sorry. >> seth: i do -- because, i've heard viously you have to promote this movie that is a wonderful movie for children. >> yes.n >> seth: eough it deals with serious themes. but you were warned during the first press tour to remember that it was a film for children.
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>>t ell, "wreck-it ralph," t was the first one. thank you. uslaughter ] [ cheers and app] kidding, kidding. so -- then we started promoting it. and one day we went to disneyland. and we did a bunch -- it was a junket. wasn't like we were at soarin', you know. and they te us from room to room to room to do junket interviews with people so they kept drilling it into ld, you know, just a reminder that this is a cn's movie and blah blah blah. and i'm like, "i get it. i'm not a, you know, mon."er or whatev [ laughter ] and so i do the first interview. and then they're walking me to the next interview. and on the walk the woman was ke "just want to remind you again, it is a children's movie." and i go, "you know what, this is honestly insulting. i'm a grown woman. i certainly know the -- yes, i work blue in my comedy. bu difference."know the
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and she goes, "well, in that interview you just said that qbert does coke." [ laughter and i was like "i did? have no memory of that." >> seth: it would make sense though. se it would make so much s >> seth: yeah. he looks -- i feel like he's built for it, qbert righ doesn't qbert have -- isn't he just all just one long nose? >> yeah. he's one long nose. >> seth: yeah. >> and tn he's constantly talking in inaudible -- [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. this movie is you go from the video game world to the world of the internet. yeah. >> seth: and it actually tackles themes of the internet in a way y that i think will be rea interesting for kids to see that it is a wonderful place, the internet, but also afying place. >> 100%. and it's nice to reflect the world that they actually live in. so, i mean, it's the internet good and bad. it's bombardment. it builds you up. it crushes you down. and you start nning your worth on outside things.
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and the only way to survive it is to kind of look inward, which is not just for kids, but something that we all kind of constantly need to learn. and the bad guy in it is not a bad guy. it's just ralph'cuown inty. it really -- i know it's just a disney movie.ut but it's ahe human condition. but i will admit, that's what i've been saying in press. an really, you could say th about anything. everything's about the human condition. [ laughter ] it just sounds smart.ou its really smart. >> seth: you -- on the internet, you have experienced both the good and the bad i have always found it incredibly and i'm veryssed with the fact that sometimes you when peop maybe will come at you with negativity instead of blocking them, you engage with them with a level of empathy that not a lot of people uses a tool. >> i don't always do it.'s -- you know i'm trying. i'm not always my best self, you know. >> seth: yeah. >> but, yeah when i feel like it's a vulnerable -- to me i see a big difference beten the liars who
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tohave no respect, patience, and don't feel i neee open to,th anlied to whose crime is believing liars. >> seth: sure. well, your show -- you fantastic show on hulu, "i love you, america," -- >> nice. -- seth: obviously you use congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] you used that as well. >> yeah. >> seth: because now -- now that wall of social media where you n actually look people in the eye is gone. and have you found it rewarding to talk to people that have froo the gebviously have a different worldview than you? hugely. i mean i had a family dinner with a family in wyoming. they're conservative republicans. and, you know, i think when i'm flying there and they're anticipating me, we're filling our brains. your bin fills in what you don't know with something that you do know. and it's not accurate until you're there, you know? and i don't think we changed er each o minds at all.
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but we -- i left there loving them. you know what i mean? you go to thanksgiving and half the people you don't agree with. >> seth: yeah. this is very exciting. we -- we've talked about this before. we're from the same hometown, a little place called bedford, new hampshire. >> yes. >> sh: and a dear friend of mother's, who was your fifth grade teacher, sue mullen was elected to state office, and the first democrat in i think er -- since the '40s. >> 85 years. >> seth: 85 years. she's state legislature. [ cheers and applause ]he >> andirst woman ever. >> seth: the first woman ever. mind-boggling. and she was your 5th grade teacher. >> yeah, ms. mullen. >> seth: do you haveny sue mullen memories? >> you know, i don't remember but she tell story. she, in fifth grade, i guess asked me what i wanted to be when i grew up. and i said either a scientist or a lesbian. [ laughter ] and i'm actually n attracted to women personally. but i thought it was a job. and it seemed easy.
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[ lahter ] >> seth: that seems like -- fifth grade seems old to get that wrong. [ applause >> i know. it was old, but --. >> seth: well that was very exciting. so congratulations to sue mullen. [ cheers and applause ] d also congratulations to you on the movie, the show. it is always just so lovely to see you. thanks for being here, sarah. [ cheers and applause ] >> okay, seth. ow. >> seth: sarah silvean -- "ralph breaks the internet" in theaters everywhere wednesday. we'll beight back with son mantzoukas. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: our next guest is a very funny actor andian you know from such shows as "the league," "brooklyn nine-nine" and."the good pla he stars in the film "the long dumb road" which is in theaters now.s let'ke a look. >> what's the matter with you, dude? come on. >> no, i'm sorry. i just -- >> there are cute girls here. and they smiled at us. >> i'm sorry. >> that's a signal. >> mm. >> you know what? fine, forget it. you sit here and mope while i talk to those girls. i'm just saying it would be a lot more fun if you were there. hey, nice.
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>> this is so stupid. >> i know, right? let's do it. omlaughter ] >> seth: please weback to the show our very good friend, jason mantzoukas, everyone. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> seth: hi, buddy! >> look at this. seth: look at this. very exciting to have you here. >> thrilled. >> seth: and it wa plovely -- yoents are here. >> thrilled to be here. >> seth: i -- >> they're back there watching right now. >> seth: that is -- so this big. >> huge. >> seth: this is big. >> huge. p i am nmoting a children's movie. >> seth: oh, that's right. [ laughter ] ju i want to say that right now. >> seth: so you ca go wild. >> i am holding in a [ bleep ] that is -- [ laughter ] -- loose and wet. [ laughter ] [ cheers ] thesguys get it. i know your audience gets it. [ laughter ] i'm going to take a dump on this chair for you. [ laughter and applause ]
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>> seth: thank you, buddy. they love you. >> yeah. sorry, pal. >> seth: so "the long dumb road" -- >> yeah. >> seth: this is -- you play a dr--ter who gets picked up b >> if you can believe it. >> seth: yeah. >> i play a drifter. >> seth: we've talked about how s people that st don't have homes? >> yeah. [ laughter ] that is -- somehow i've fallen into a real niche [ laughter ] as an actor, you know? and people look at it me. and they don't see romantic lead. [ laughter ] they don't say, "there's a hunky ohy." they say, like, i bet that guy is like a junkie who, like, threatens people. laughter ] but also has a sweet side." >> seth: yeah. s well, we saw tet side there. >> yeah. >> seth: that clip was good. you filmed -- >> spoiler alert for the movie, it does not go well with the girl [ laughter ] >> seth: oh, that's -- that's fair. >> that's fair. my guy, as you can believe it, doesn't play it right. [ laughter ] >> seth: you -- it's a road trip movie. >> yeah.
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>> seth: are y -- are you, jason mantzoukas -- is he fun on road trips? >> i -- i'd ve to speak about jason mantzoukas in the third person right now. >> seth: please, thank you, yeah. >> i am very f on a road trip. but i'm not the kind of fun that you would see this clip or see this movie or see my characters and be like, "oh, i bet, you know, it's, like, strip clubs and fights and wild times." p am much more on a road t like -- i want to put the "harry potter" audiobooks on tape. [ laug >> seth: ] >> i want to drive all night. and i want to cry. [ laughter ] 'cause that's who i am. i'm not the creepy guy who's ha ing out of a middle school up against a chain linked fence going like, "hey, you guys want some loose twix bars?" [ laughter ] i'm the kind of guy that's hanging out at a chain linked fence at a middle school and being like, "hey, you want to talk about hover charms? [ laughter ] u want to talk about hogwarts headmasters? i could n the list. [ laughter ] dippet, don't get me started." [ laughter ] lots of "harry potter" fans in th yhouse. >> seth, yeah, yeah. >> oh, i'll sit -- [ cheers ]
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>> seth: that was -- i rarely -- i rarely heard someone say, "don't get me started withaun ence that so didn't want it to get started." >> i know. >> seth: yeah. >> really didn't. [ laughter ] >> seth: you -- g i thought it was going better. >> seth: you have -- [ light laughter ] you -- you do play characters o that are ny a little creepy, you do stunts. you have a lot of -- you've had stuntmen over ars. >> yes. here's the thing, if you can imagine, for some reason when people have me on their show or movie, they want to hurt my character. [ lauger ] they can't, legally. so they have to hire another man, make him look like me, andh hurt that man. [ laughter ] >> seth: these are four -- >> these are some of those men. >> seth: these are four me differen right? >> correct. >> seth: yeah. that guy, that's pretty close. [ laughter ] >> is th what i look like? [ laughter ] >> seth: no, you look like this. >> that's not what i look ke either. [ laughter ] what? >> seth: no, you look like that. >> what? [ laughter ] this is not at all what i look like. >> sh: no, you look like tha >> this guy -- come on, this guy's much older. [ laughter and applause ] this guy -- they lit this man on fire.
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>> seth: they lit him on fire? >> they lit this guy on fire at one point. >> seth: all right, someone that does look like you. and this is very exciting. >> oh. h: we are fans of a comi book called "mister miracle." >> such big fans. >> seth: an incredible book. >> tom king.. mitch gera huge fans. >> seth: and it just ended in an incredible 12-issue run.u and this is the highest compliment you get. >> the biggest. >> seth: all of a sudden i'm reing the last issue. and that is -- that is you right there. >>cheah! rs and applause ] that is you. that's paul scheer. >> yeah. >> seth: that's our friend paul scheer. and how di heads up?d you get a >> i got a heads up. because i have a podcast called "how did this get de?" with paul and june and myself and a couple fans in the audience, thank u. and we talk about bad movies. and it's -- it's a very popular podcast. and what i've found out recently is it's incredibly popular ndongst comic book artists creators. and so they're trading all of our little catch phrases and all this stuff.m aring a shirt that says "heynong man" in the picture, which is a bit i'd done from a different podcast. these nerds can't help but put
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all of us in their stuff. it is a delight. a >> seth: it ery, very high praise. i was also -- >> they are [ bleep ] their t pants riw that they -- [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> -- that we are talking about them on this show. >> seth: well, by the mister miracle, the character, was on a talk show in issue one. >> yep. >> seth: tell me what you think about that right there. >> whoa! >> seth: yeah. cheers and applause ] >> seth: i mean -- >> yeah. >> seth: we ma it, bro. >> we did it! >> seth: we did it! >> we did it! >> seth: jason mantzoukas, everybody. [ chee and applause ] yeah! >> seth: "the long dumb road" is in theaters now. and he'll be returning for season t of "no activity" which begins streaming thursday on cbs all access. we'll be right back with music >> yeah.ods! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ musicng ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: performing "peach" off their forthcoming album "don't feed the pop monster,"elcome back to the show broods, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ love the peace when i feel alone
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: my thanks to sarah silverman, jason mantzoukas. broods, everybody. fred armisen and the 8g band. stay tuned for "carson daly." we'll see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ ♪ >> carson: hey, what's up? 's your pal, carson with tonight's "last call" by way of phd terrace at dream midtown.


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