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good night, everybody. thank you. [ cheers and applause ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ >> announcer: tonight, on a very special thanksgiving episode of "late night with seth meyers," hilary, larry and josh meyers, cocktails with mixologist, oscar gil. featuring the 8g band with jon epcar. ♪ [ cheers and applause and now, seth meyers >> seth: good evening! i'm seth meyers. this is "late night. we're so happy you're with us tonight. now, we're gonna get to the news today was thanksgiving, so congrats on figuring out your father-in-law's tv [ laughter ]
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"you gotta let the tubes warm up." [ laughter ] that's right today was thanksgiving and many of us are back in our hometowns at the same tables as our relatives for the first time in two years but despite that, i'd say we still have a lot to be thankful for. [ laughter ] cnn published an article this week titled, "to avoid covid, here are four questions to ask family and friends ahead of thanksgiving gatherees." "gatherings" -- excuse me. gatherees? are they called gatherees or gatherings i know either one works, right i'm gonna go with gatherees. [ laughter ] that's the old english [ laughter ] "join me at a gatheree [ laughter ] for pickled ham! [ laughter ] cnn published an article this week titled, "to avoid covid, here are four questions to ask family and friends ahead of thanksgiving gatherings. they are, "do you watch fox news have you watched fox news? will you watch fox news? and, "what do you think of fox news?"
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[ laughter and applause i'm wondering if it's less - i'm wondering if it's less effective to burn them after you pronounce it gatherees [ light laughter ] new jersey transit officials added additional buses and train service today for the macy's thanksgiving day parade. unfortunately, they're running on the exact same route. [ laughter ] tomorrow is black friday, and consumers can see prices as low as whatever the full price was four weeks ago [ laughter ] inflation comedy [ laughter ] actor matthew mcconaughey discussed his possible campaign for governor of texas in a new interview with the hollywood reporter, which is smart, because texans famously get all their news from the hollywood reporter [ laughter ] rolls-royce claimed, last week, that its so-called "spirit of innovation" plane is the fastest all-electric aircraft in the world, reaching speeds of over 345 miles per hour, which is good, because it's already delayed two hours out of
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laguardia. [ laughter ] and, finally, the fast-food chain, popeyes, released its first-ever vegan option at its new london location, which is a creole vegan red bean patty burger because if there's one thing the english love, it's putting beans where they don't belong. [ laughter ] "come to my breakfast gatheree!" [ laughter ] that was a monologue, everybody! [ cheers and applause put a button on it you guys, as you know, today is thanksgiving and i'm always thankful for my writers. they write hundreds -- this is true they write hundreds of jokes every day, just to get the 10 or 12 we use in the monologue and let's face it -- a lot of those jokes aren't great and, honestly, sometimes, i think they just throw in some real stinkers just to fill up a page and meet the assignment, which is totally understandable. but just because the holidays are here, doesn't mean we can get lazy, which means it's time for a "surprise inspection." [ fanfare [ cheers and applause
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>> seth: apologies for the neighborhood dog that's probably barking after that opening package. [ light laughter ] so, here's how this works. these are real jokes that were actually submitted by my writers that are unusable for the show some are dumb, some are patently offensive and some are just baffling [ laughter ] and, more importantly, the writers don't know we're doing this and because a lot of them don't watch the show, they'll never know we're doing this. [ laughter ] so let's get to it "the fbi reportedly searched the site of a former landfill in new jersey last month, looking for the body of union leader, jimmy hoffa. to give you an idea how long they've been searching for him, watch 'the irishman.'" [ laughter ] "according to a new study, ricotta is the healthiest cheese, but, still, you 'cannoli' have so much." [ laughter ] ian wrote that here's ian
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[ laughter ] looks like a nice guy, but now, you know, if you see him, hopefully you'll go the other way. [ laughter ] "west virginia senator joe manchin is reportedly in talks for a book deal. the book will be sold at barnes & ignoble. [ laughter ] i mean, can you imagine sitting and writing a joke where the punch line is "ignoble"? because we don't even hear it right. that was written by matt there he is. [ laughter ] i mean, that's the haircut of a guy who isn't reading the room [ laughter ] "today --" oh, boy, this one "today was national louisiana day. uh-oh! i forgot to 'bayou' something. [ audience groans take a look at bryan yeah [ laughter ]
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"according to a new survey, nearly 25% of americans believe or are unsure if the coronavirus vaccine contains a microchip the only way to find a microchip is to turn the bag upside down and pour it directly into your mouth. here's the most shocking -- there's something truly shocking about that joke. at the bottom of each of these, i have asked our head writer, alex baze, to write who wrote them, so that i can, you know, shame them the bottom of this card, it says, "karen and ian." [ laughter ] it was a collaboration to get that joke, we had to pay two salaries [ laughter ] "uh, microchip, something small. where do they have small chips oh, i don't know." "uh, tiny poker chips! no there's got to be something better, karen! "we can do this, ian!" [ laughter ]
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i don't know if we're gonna keep all these in, so let me just say, if you're watching at home and, at some moment, it went to a full frame that said like, "surprise inspection," that means we cut one [ laughter ] alright, well, maybe the same scollins -- we'll keep scollins up he wrote another one and, obviously, he's probably -- when he watches this, he'll feel terrible about ruining thanksgiving with that michael jackson joke and he'll say, "hopefully baze put in another one that'll win everybody back." "today was national sardines day, so maybe the wife will let you do it in the can." nope [ laughter ] britain's prince william, yesterday, attended the tusk conservation awards to honor wildlife-protections workers and also because he's an endangered bald regal [ laughter ]
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this is -- "tanks for nothing. this has been "surprise inspection." [ fanfare [ cheers and applause >> seth: we have a great show for you, tonight as they have been for the last eight thanksgivings, my guests this evening are my dad, larry, my mom, hilary and my brother, josh meyers. we will also have mixologist, oscar gil, who will serve drinks to myself and my brother and my dad, and overserve them to my mom. it's a true frack, "the meyers family thanksgiving" is our highest rated show of the year is it because of the national football game that was on earlier? or are they just that good [ laughter ] fully depends on who you ask we will be right back with the meyers family. [ cheers and applause ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: please, give it up for the fantastic 8g band. [ cheers and applause all this week, we've had a veteran broadway drummer and session musician sitting in with us he's recorded with icons like john legend and rihanna. he's also an orchestral member in the broadway production of "the karate kid," set to open this spring. be sure to check out his sophomore album, "solo duo toot," available now jon epcar is here. thank you so much -- [ cheers and applause -- for another great week, jon
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our guests tonight are three of my favorite people in the world. please welcome back to our annual thanksgiving show, my family, hilary, larry and josh meyers. ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ >> seth: welcome back, everybody. give it up for the meyers family [ cheers and applause now, this is very exciting, because last year, obviously covid was in a far worse place, and we basically decided a few days out we would all stay at home you guys were in new hampshire, two different rooms. josh, you were in l.a. it's very nice to be here in person i think they think two different rooms is weird -- you are
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sometimes in the same room [ laughter ] >> yes >> yeah. well, like, now. >> seth: it goes -- it goes better when you're not [ laughter ] and, josh, the scariest thing that happened, was we were -- we were in zooming, and you were -- you decided to do your interview from the bathtub >> yeah, i decided - [ light laughter ] well, i was in my house, and i was like, change of venue, change of location for the second act or third act, whatever you want to call it >> seth: yeah. >> yeah. >> seth: and then while you were zooming in a bathtub, you froze. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> seth: and there was a fear amongst all of us here that you had electrocuted yourself in the bathroom [ laughter ] >> yeah, which is a valid fear >> seth: yeah. >> i mean, you know i've got a lighting kit set up and i've got a computer and i've got - >> seth: a lot of things tipping on the side of a bathtub ledge >> yeah. >> seth: was it scary for you in the moment >> no, just the lights went out. >> seth: yeah. >> the lights went out, and i didn't know if it was just, like, my internet or my apartment. and i didn't want to get out of the tub, because my bubbles were gone >> seth: right
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[ laughter ] >> and in case the power kicked back on -- >> seth: right, at an inopportune moment >> right [ laughter ] >> seth: not only is this show canceled, but you personally are canceled [ laughter ] >> or not. there's like -- it's weird [ laughter ] it's weird who gets canceled and who doesn't, these days. i think the bummer is, you were in the middle of a story when you got frozen so let's -- let's just show that clip >> sure. >> seth: and then just pick it up right when it gets frozen and finish the story for us right. >> okay. okay, yeah >> i get on the couch. i would get a warm blanket wrapped around me. i'd be given a bagel with cream cheese and bacon and juice and i would watch "the smurfs" and "the snorks. [ laughter ] >> yeah, every -- every morning i was woken up and she would have drawn a bath for me, and that's how my love of baths was - >> seth: gotcha. >> -- was created. >> seth: so, i feel like having a full 12 months between the middle and the end of the story probably hurt it a little. [ laughter ] >> probably a little bit, yeah >> seth: yeah. we also talked, last year, about how the next time you were going to see our boys, my boys, that you were going to dress up like
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the white rabbit from "alice in wonderland." >> yeah. >> seth: and i had my doubts that you would do that >> that's disappointing to hear. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] well, no one was disappointed on the day. take a look. there -- i should -- if you like cute videos, there's going to be a fair share today take a look at this one. >> seth: wait, punky yarry was late >> punky yarry's late. ♪ i'm late ♪ ♪ i'm late fo a very important dat no time to say ♪ ♪ hello goodbye i'm late i'm lat i'm late i'm late ♪ ♪ i'm overdue i'm in a rabbit stew no time to ♪ ♪ say hello goodbye i'm late i'm lat i'm late i'm late ♪ ♪ i'm lat i'm late for a very important date ♪ ♪ no time to say hell goodby i'm late i'm late ♪ ♪ i'm late ♪ [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> seth: now, over the course of this past year, you're not a man who rests on your laurels. so, you knock out white rabbit
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then the kids get into babar he shows up. [ laughter ] and then the flash the flash showed up. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> and you wouldn't believe -- >> seth: yep >> -- how crazy fast he was. >> seth: oh, my god, this is -- yeah, it doesn't look it but this is exactly as fast as the fastest flash. [ laughter ] >> ain't no flash like a flash with a stache. >> that's right. [ laughter ] >> seth: ain't no flash like a flash with a stache. now, we have another because -- well, you explain how it first -- do you remember how it first started? how -- what dad decided to do as he pulled into the driveway? >> the -- oh, the honking business >> seth: yes >> yes, well, the -- i think it was pittsburgh had that honk "bum, bum, bum-bum-bum." >> when we were in high school, when we would pull up to our friends to -- to let them know we were out there, we would always honk a certain way. there were some high school fraternities and we called it a pi-tau >> seth: uh-huh. and we used to go "dah, dah, dah-dah-dah. and then you would always know it was one of your friends for you. >> seth: well, now my kids know. they get so excited when they hear it.
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and this is a series, over the course of the last year, of my boys hearing the honk. and i should note, the last part of this clip is you guys leaving. and it's a slightly different reaction also, i forgot to preface, for those who don't know this, my kids call my parents panka yarry and panka hurry. >> yes >> seth: panka was how my oldest son said grandpa, and it stuck so take a look at the pankas arriving [ horn honking rhythmically [ laughter ] [ horn honking rhythmically [ laughing ] [ honking continues [ laughter ] [ laughter ]
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[ kids screaming ] [ laughter ] [ laughter ] >> hi! hi >> that's the flash, by the way. [ laughter ] >> seth: say bye, guys >> bye >> bye [ audience aws ] [ cries [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> seth: they seem to be fans. they -- they seem to be fans we have -- we want everybody to stick around, because up next, we have -- i guess, i think you can call it a surprise announcement. >> sure. >> oh, i think it's -- >> seth: which i think will be -- will be very fun for everybody. we'll be right back with more hilary, larry, josh and a surprise meyers family announcement [ cheers and applause ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: we're back with my family, everyone and, like i said, it's so nice to be together, again, to continue this tradition. another tradition, is that every year we have dressed up, first, my son ashe, and then when he was born, my son ashe and axel and our dog, frisbee, as turkeys. this is something we're going to continue to do until they get too old where they don't want to do it anymore. >> yeah, about 20, 22. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> the dog has never really been into it. >> seth: no. [ laughter ] and, in fact, keep an eye out for a couple things. one, do you think the dog likes being in this video? [ laughter ] and, two, keep your eye out. if you peel your eyes very closely, there's sort of an easter egg that maybe you will find but, again, watch very closely
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here are the boys and frisbee as turkeys. >> boggle, boggle, boggle! thanksgiving >> yeah. that's - [ laughter ] >> boggle, boggle, boggle! happy thanksgiving one, two, three. surprise [ audience aws ] [ cheers and applause >> seth: we had another one, you guys we had another one this is -- ten weeks ago, my wife gave birth to a baby girl, and -- [ cheers and applause i feel like it's only fitting for you to tell everybody what her name is. >> oh, my gosh her name is adelaide addie, after my mother >> seth: yes [ audience aws ] >> which -- so, i knew, knowing seth and alexi, it had to start with an "a," it had to be a cool name and i know what family means to all of them.
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so i thought i pretty much had it, but i didn't know. and i didn't want to ask >> seth: yep >> and so it waited -- you waited until we were on the vineyard >> seth: yep >> and something was -- it was a rainy day. and then you said, "do you want to know the name?" and i said, "i guess so. yes. and then, of course, i burst into tears >> seth: you burst into tears. >> yeah. >> seth: and, now, dad, had it been a boy, what was the name that you were arguing for? >> albert. [ laughter ] >> seth: and, do you want to explain what our hesitation would have been to naming a child albert >> i've had six dogs named albert >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> i currently have albert vi. but i thought it would have been a good name, because it would have been like, you know -- i've had -- five of my alberts have died [ laughter ] they had good lives. don't worry. >> seth: yeah. >> but i thought it would be like pinocchio, you know and, all of a sudden, the dog turns into a kid [ audience groans they -- they went and screwed it
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up having a girl >> seth: yeah. i -- i do -- i only -- you know, i'm so happy to have a girl. it was a dream come true to have a girl but i only wish it had been a boy just for you to explain to my wife, "it's like the dog came back as a kid. [ laughter ] >> yeah. [ laughter ] i don't think -- it could have gone better than we all think. [ laughter ] >> seth: now, addie had a drink of choice. posh, do you remember what addie drank? >> a kir royale. >> seth: yes, this is -- not the baby addie, but the dear -- the dear departed addie. and so, i would like to take a toast in memory of our grandmother and -- >> my mother >> seth: your mother and, dad, your arch nemesis. [ laughter ] >> cheers. >> seth: to addie. [ cheers and applause >> and, if i could just interject something about kirs
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now, it's white wine with creme de cassis. >> seth: yeah. >> the royale is with champagne, as well. but my mother would -- had a flask that she carried with her at all times that had the creme de cassis, because she says, it's such a rip-off when you go to restaurants, so a regular glass of white wine is maybe $6, then they jack it up to $10 -- >> seth: right >> -- just by putting in the creme de cassis. and she says, "half the time, it's too red, it's not red enough." she said, "i'm just gonna do my own. so she always took along this flask -- >> seth: yes >> -- and would pour it. now, the thing is, with creme de cassis, it's, like, a real gooey, red - >> seth: yeah, very thick. >> like -- very thick. >> seth: yeah. >> so, one time, the -- the thing broke. the lid came off we were in a store shopping. and i looked down, and it was, like, one of those straw rugs. >> seth: uh-huh. >> and there was creme de -- it looked like somebody had been -- had been murdered. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> and there was -- there was just red all the way, and i looked at mother, and she said, "we need to leave, right now." >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> so we got out >> seth: yeah. >> we got out. >> the point of that story, is she didn't only carry that flask
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when she went shopping >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> or to the restaurant. always had it. >> seth: it's very funny to think of -- carrying a flask full of creme de cassis. >> yes >> seth: she was a very refined dirt bag >> oh, yes >> yeah. >> wait a minute [ laughter ] >> seth: but it's very funny about -- addie -- first of all, here - i do want to show how beautiful my grandmother was there she is on her wedding day in the middle. here she is, right there and that's you, right there, mom. >> yeah. that's with five of her six children >> seth: yep you had one more baby after you. >> one more baby boy yeah >> seth: and addie was so refined and so classy, and her home was filled with beautiful antiques, i assumed, until i was about 15-years-old, that -- i just assumed she was born in england. >> right yeah >> seth: and, do you want to tell everybody where she was born >> kansas city, missouri >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> but she was sent to an english boarding school. >> seth: yes, she had -- >> she went to malvern girls' college in england >> seth: uh-huh. >> and she did -- she would pronounce "la-bor-atory" and
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things like -- she had airs. >> seth: yeah, she put on airs [ laughter ] now, you -- late in life, because she -- she spent her later years in san diego you were in l.a. you saw her a great deal, more than i did you were very close with her, but do you have a memory of -- because she wasn't the warmest grandmother when we were young >> no, she -- she didn't like kids that weren't her kids >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> and i was her grandchild. >> seth: right, which you feel like is close enough [ laughter ] >> not for addie >> no. no >> and, yeah, but she was -- like, you know, she would never say "paper mache," she would say papier-mache [ light laughter ] >> right >> and then she'd like - >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> and then have a nice, thick drink of cassis. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> but she -- i mean, my favorite story -- she was, you know, our grandmother. she was like 83, had gone through a couple husbands, and had gone out on a date with this guy. and he was also getting on in years, and he was dropping her off. and he asked her something i forget how he phrased it what did he ask her? >> "would you touch it?" [ laughter ] >> "would you touch it?"
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she did not. >> seth: she did not [ laughter ] >> but, that gentleman would die three months later and leave his house to his housekeeper >> yeah. >> and everyone was like, "well, if you would've touched it - [ laughter ] maybe free house." >> seth: it was a very loving group of people. [ laughter ] how is -- how did your -- what is your memory of addie? it was different for me. [ laughter ] i'm gonna tell you the first time i met addie hilary and i met in college, and i must have been about 20, and my friend denny miller and i went up -- we lived in pittsburgh we went up to marblehead, massachusetts, this beautiful new england town with a big harbor full of sailboats and they lived in a house that was built in the 1600s and we come up there, and, you know, to have a thing at the end of the summer, a little vacation
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and, so i think we got off to a bad start. you know, first of all, we mentioned -- she said, "how do you like marblehead? and we said, "eh no rivers, no bridges. it's not pittsburgh. eh, it's all right." so, then we were sitting in the yard and - >> the garden. >> it was the garden >> seth: yeah. >> pardon me >> seth: if you -- if you say "papier mache -- >> you say "garden." >> seth: -- you say "garden. yeah >> you say garden. and i'll admit, we were 20-years-old -- i mean, i don't know what she was expecting. she wasn't expecting me. and -- we -- you know, as far as savoir faire went, to stay with the french, ours was only faire. [ light laughter ] and, so we're sitting in the garden, and -- and hilary's grandfather came in, addie's father he was quite old at the time and with a beret and some medals from world war i and, he sat down we shook his hand, but we didn't get up we should have got up. we -- we were, you know -- again, faire on the savoir faire. and, so after we had that little
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exchange, we went in to change for dinner, and hilary came up and said, "you have to get out." addie threw me out the first day. >> seth: yeah. >> i didn't make it one day. [ laughter ] she threw us out and you saw the picture of her with her -- five of her six children and she was the matriarch. she was -- i would say she was like catherine the great, except catherine the great didn't have six kids she was more like that guy -- what's his name on "succession"? roy? >> seth: logan roy >> logan roy >> seth: yeah. >> she was more like him >> seth: oh, that's lovely >> yeah, with a lot -- lot of kids >> seth: he's very -- he's loving he's loving, yeah. >> yeah. so she was -- she was the boss but we -- you know, we -- that was a rough start. but, you know, hilary and i have been married over -- over 50 years and so, over time, you know, maybe ten, twelve years, things got better [ laughter ] and, you know, the last 30 years were -- were pretty good >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] i should note, the story about addie's birth was a lot less dramatic than axel, who was my
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middle son, who was famously born in a lobby. and, you know, our first son was almost born in an uber so, alexi was very aware that she has pretty fast labors, and so she decided to have it at home with a midwife. and my wife is very -- she is an alpha. she likes to plan things she put our two boys to bed. she looked at me, she said, "my water broke. we had a midwife come to our home, and she gave birth in our bathtub at 10:30 at night, which was incredible like three pushes and baby addie was there. and it was amazing, because, you know, you go to a hospital, which we did for the first two, and, you know, it feels very medical. and this birth was very much -- just felt like a miracle and we had -- addie slept between us, at night, in bed and then, when the boys woke up in the morning, i got to go into their room and say, "there's a surprise for you in mom's bed. and here is the video of the first time they got to hold their sister [ laughter ]
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>> mommy - >> you do photos >> get her off get her off. [ laughter ] >> take her off? >> mommy >> what? >> what is that? >> that's her belly button [ laughter ] >> seth: we took advantage of the pandemic, and the fact that you weren't -- you know, people weren't seeing you out and about in the same way. and we decided -- it's not really exci -- like, i feel like a secret baby, you know, has to be, like, two people that aren't together [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> seth: it's a little bit less exciting when you're like, "we had a secret baby," and people are like, "it's your third baby. that's not a --" [ laughter ] >> no, that -- look, trust -- that's how i feel. >> seth: yeah. >> and i don't know why i've been keeping it a secret >> seth: right [ light laughter ] well, i appreciate you biting the bullet [ laughter ] and then, you know -- you know, obviously, the fact that this one wasn't born in the lobby, you know -- didn't -- didn't need to run out and tell everybody, you know? >> yeah. >> no. >> yeah. fair enough. fair enough. >> no netflix special there. >> seth: no.
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and at genesys, we're proud to help them help you everyday. ♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪ ♪ i see them bloom for me and you ♪ (music) ♪ so i think to myself ♪ ♪ oh what a wonderful world ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: we are here with oscar gil, the head bartender at scampi in new york city. give it up for oscar, everybody. [ cheers and applause >> hey, everyone >> seth: and he's gonna teach us
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how to make some delicious gin cocktails in honor of hilary "gin" meyers - [ laughter ] -- right over there. thank you so much for being here, oscar. >> thank you for having me it's a pleasure. >> seth: i think we should maybe get her one right off the bat. >> absolutely. >> yeah. it's been a long day [ laughter ] >> it's always a good time for a gin and tonic, right >> always. >> so, we're gonna go ahead and fill it up with ice. >> seth: okay. i think we know how to do gin and tonic. >> oh, yeah? great. [ laughter ] >> seth: you knock this one out, and then, we'll move on to the tricky stuff >> all right all right, the -- the one that's coming up, it's even better. >> seth: okay, good, good, good. we're very excited for a trickier drink hey, josh, before we move on, i forgot to ask. you can go ahead and keep making that you have a "pee wee herman" podcast. >> oh, yeah. friday night, on kcrw, and then, for a week afterwards, but a live "pee wee herman" podcast. i'm old friends with paul reubens, was in the "pee wee on broadway" show and so, pee wee is taking over kcrw for an hour of -- of music. there are gonna be some great guests some puppets might stop by so, tune in for that should be fun. [ cheers and applause
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>> seth: there we go pee wee podcast. >> yeah. >> seth: all right now, you -- now that my mom has her drink, what are we gonna make >> all right, so we're gonna do a corpse reviver number two. >> seth: what's it called? >> corpse reviver number two >> seth: corpse reviver number two. >> yeah. >> seth: okay. why is it called the corpse reviver? >> well, the thing -- it's a -- it's drink meant for, like, after hung - hangover, you know, like - >> seth: okay, great all right, that'll come in handy for us let's go >> so it's picking you up. >> seth: all right so, we're gonna start with -- actually, we're gonna squeeze a lemon in it. >> seth: all right we'll start with a lemon >> yep, we squeeze a full lemon in it. >> seth: okay. >> yeah. >> seth: sure. >> oh, my gosh >> seth: then give me half your lemon. >> a whole lemon is going in here >> seth: a whole lemon >> yeah. >> seth: what are you talking about? >> so it's supposed to be equal parts all the way through. >> seth: okay. >> so it's -- we're gonna 3/4, 3/4, 3/4 in the small tin >> seth: all right >> perfect >> seth: there we go look great equal parts of what? >> could this bring the other addie back >> yeah, so -- [ laughter ] >> seth: it would be great if she came back and just pointed a bony finger at dad - "you - [ laughter ]
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-- will learn to stand for your elders!" >> awesome >> yeah, so we do lemon. >> seth: okay. >> aperitif of cocchi americano. >> seth: okay, aperitif of cocchi americano >> and then, we -- yes, in equal parts. >> seth: you want some of that there we go, equal parts okay [ laughter ] >> we're gonna eyeball it. why not? >> seth: eyeball it, great a little gin >> some gin for you. >> seth: okay. equal parts. equal parts. >> and then we do some orange liqueur as well. >> seth: there we go i think i'm very good at getting -- >> oh, that's like - >> seth: oh, equal parts, equal parts. >> awesome >> seth: there we go orange liqueur, orange liqueur equal parts. >> she's like, "i don't know about this." >> seth: equal parts >> i'm a little nervous. >> seth: wait. why are you putting more lemon in >> because i had not done it >> seth: oh, you haven't done it yet. well, you got to stick with us >> awesome -- i know, right? [ laughter ] you guys are too fast for me >> seth: okay, great and what is this exactly >> so, this is actually a fortified liqueur. it's an italian spirit >> seth: okay. >> and it's used, like, to mix >> seth: all right >> yeah. >> seth: so what are we doing now? >> and then, we're gonna fill it up with ice. >> seth: okay, great >> is this a sweet one this one here? >> no, it's more -- i mean, by itself, it's gonna be a little bit sweet.
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>> pretty sweet. >> yeah. [ laughter ] but that's why we mix it with cocktail >> seth: okay, great >> awesome >> seth: now what do we do >> now, and after that, we're gonna close the bin. >> seth: close the bin >> close it up >> uh-oh >> oh, yeah. >> perfect you seal it. >> seth: what do mean -- are you worried? [ laughter ] >> then you shake it give it a nice shake >> don't splash me >> seth: don't splash you? [ laughter ] what would have to go wrong for you to get splashed? >> i don't know. >> seth: all right >> awesome, then we're gonna - [ laughter ] >> what happened >> stepping back >> she's just worried about that >> seth: okay. what are you talking about >> i just saw some water was your friday the 13th cocktail? >> yeah. >> i'm stuck i need a professional. [ laughter ] >> so what you do, is you just got through the side and then open it up >> seth: okay, great >> that's what i mean, a professional [ laughter ] >> yeah. [ laughter ] and you're gonna use the strainer to put it in. >> seth: okay. there we go. >> oh, i like the color. >> awesome >> seth: okay, great >> and you could spray a little lemon. >> getting milky >> it's already pre-peeled, so - >> seth: you -- i feel like more came off yours >> these are post-peeled >> yeah. >> he's a professional >> so, you do the front layer. >> seth: okay. >> and that one's the one that - >> seth: okay, great here we go all right. >> perfect awesome. >> seth: and now, is that it
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>> that's it, yep. >> seth: okay. so now, let's see who you think made the best one, mom >> oh, gosh. [ laughter ] >> well, this is actually gonna be a competition now >> okay. >> all right so, do i have to close my eyes or >> no. well, mine you'll like this one >> seth: because you see it's him now. [ laughter ] >> have a sip of it. you let him know >> okay. >> i'm guessing i'm not gonna win. [ laughter ] >> no. >> let's see who's the favorite. >> it was never in the cards >> okay. interesting. >> seth: okay. >> i think you were a little heavy on the ingredients >> seth: okay. but, you know, he was always your favorite. [ laughter ] >> oh, no, it was always him >> seth: come on [ laughter ] even they -- they just met him, and they don't believe you [ laughter ] >> ugh [ laughter ] >> seth: now, i'm -- i'm bad at reading facial expressions [ laughter ] could you put that into words? >> oh, not so good >> seth: okay. >> i'm not optimistic, larry [ laughter ] >> there's hope. keep hope alive.
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>> seth: there's nowhere near enough liquor in there [ laughter ] >> he poured it all in it's seth's fault. >> right here, the winner. >> try oscar's, try oscar's. >> oh, wait a minute oh, wait that's right >> good luck, buddy. good luck. [ laughter ] >> could be "oscar meyers. >> oh, i don't know. [ laughter ] that might be it >> seth: yeah, well, that would track, yeah. >> that might be it. delicious. >> seth: give it up for oscar. [ cheers and applause it takes a lot - >> delicious >> seth: -- for my mom not to pick one of her boys you can order your own corpse reviver at scampi in new york city. we'll be right back with more "late night. [ cheers and applause ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> hi. i'm larry meyers once a year, i'm the star of
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"late night with seth meyers." [ cheers ] thank you for tuning in. and if you like this show, i have another show you should be watching it's called "late night with seth meyers: corrections." [ light laughter ] and if you can all -- and you can find it only on youtube. my son spends the week reading youtube comments from what he calls the correction jackals and then he responds now, you might think i take issue with people who criticize my son but the truth be told -- i've been know to be critical of him over the years, too. [ light laughter ] well, that -- that's not true. >> seth: just read it how i wrote it [ laughter ] >> okay. i give it five stars but don't just take it from me it's emmy-nominated. it would've won if you would've listened to the corrections i make >> seth: see >> there's a new "corrections" on youtube, right now. i love it almost as much as i
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love this guy. and that's saying a lot. >> seth: thank you, dad. [ audience aws ] >> larry meyers, out >> seth: oh, i told you not to say that [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> seth: we'll be right back ♪ ♪♪♪ my name is austin james. as a musician living with diabetes, fingersticks can be a real challenge. that's why i use the freestyle libre 2 system. with a painless, one-second scan i know my glucose numbers without fingersticks. now i'm managing my diabetes better and i've lowered my a1c from 8.2 to 6.7. take the mystery out of managing your diabetes and lower your a1c. now you know. try it for free at freestylelibre.us
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and i'm so thankful for that i'm so thankful for my wife's family, because now i can see that other side. [ laughter ] i can only make that joke because i love them as much as i love the people here and i just want to say happy thanksgiving and how grateful i am to my in-laws, joan, tom, ariel and zach and agnes and tolia. and they're cooking our thanksgiving dinner right now while we get to be on tv and that is something we are also incredibly thankful for and, you know, we -- as guests on the show, every guest on our show gets a little bit of money. it's not a lot of money. but it's like a couple hundred bucks. and i was thinking, because they're cooking dinner, would you be okay, mom, giving that money to them? >> what? >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] worth a shot i -- [ laughter ]
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i want to thank -- [ laughter ] i want to thank my wife, who is my best friend and the most incredible partner, and who has now been the most amazing mother to three -- three incredible children and, you know, it's not her fault that she didn't have a great-story birth this time. [ light laughter ] and you have to all -- you all have to stop blaming her [ laughter ] i want to thank our crew this has been a weird two years. i was away from them for a long time i always felt like i appreciated them, but being away and getting to come back, it was like we never were apart the same is true of my staff the same is true of my writers and now, for five weeks, i've been lucky enough to have an audience back in the studio, and i'm so thankful for you. thank you so much for being with us [ cheers and applause
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but, i want to save my final thanks for the people who watched at home, because, you know, we did this show for 20 months, and there was nobody here and i am so grateful that we got to spend this time together. and i know there's an audience here every night they mean nothing to me. [ laughter ] i can say that because the show's over. they've laughed their laughs [ light laughter ] i -- this was 20 months where a lot of people felt alone, and i did not feel alone, because i felt like we were together so thank you so much for that. you are also like a family to me, but you're the best kind of family, because you don't have my e-mail. [ laughter ] and you don't have my phone number so, i just want to say thank you to everybody i want to say thank you to oscar gil. i want to say, one more time,
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thank you to my family that's my mom. that's my dad. that's my brother. i want to thank jon epcar and the 8g band. stay safe, get vaccinated. we love you. [ cheers and applause ♪ right now at 11:00, dangerously cold. who will see freezing temperatures and where we could see snow in the bay area

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