tv The Late Show With Stephen Colbert CBS October 12, 2015 11:35pm-12:38am PDT
>> stephen: thanks, everybody!w! whooo! thases that's nice. thank you so much. welcome to the late show, everybody. thank you, thank you everybody up there, thank you everybody down there. (cheers and applause). >> stephen: thank you for being. a lot of excitement. a great show, welcome to the late show. i'm stephen colbert. you know, running out here every night is so exhilarating that it almost feels like exercise. i hope you had a good weekend. some of you had a long weekend because today is columbus day. we don't have it off here. we don't have it off here. evidently cbs just doesn't care about celebrating the discovery of the capitol of ohio. (laughter) i think that's sad. of course i was brought up to
celebrate columbus day the only way that really makes sense, mattress sales. (laughter) plus 60% off all bedding items. it's appropriate because columbus loved a good sale. (laughter) he did. (cheers and applause) that's true, no, it's true. check the historical records, when he landed in america, he got 100 percent off all land. (laughter) it was great, what a deal. what a deal. it was like native americans were just giving it away. laugh av they weren't. but it was like they were. how did they keep their prices so low? volume, volume, we took it. anyway, enough talk. let's talk about who i am talking to later. i am very excited for tonight's takey talk. first i will be talking with oscar nominee carey mulligan.
(cheers and applause) did you see her earlier? amazingly talented. her new film "suffragette" is the moving story of the fight for women's rites to vote in early 20th century england. and spoiler alert, they get the vote and then elect queen elizabeth. it's amazing. she just keeps winning. she just keeps winning. now then i will be talking to rock 'n' roll hall of famer elvis costello. (cheers and applause) in keeping with the strict moral standards of the ed sullivan theater, i will be interviewing elvis from the waist up. and we'll have a musical performance by dar lean love. (cheers and applause). >> stephen: i love the love.you. she is both a star in her own right and the world's most famous backup singer.
she's like bruce stringsteen and the e street band, like tom petty and the heart brackers. she's like mack ronee and the cheese. oh, folksix don't have to tell you. that's jon batiste and stay human. say hi, everybody. they're about to kick things off. but first, a new survey has found that over one-third of vegetarians will eat meat when they're drunk. it is comforting to know that we all have the same excuse for going to taco bell. >> tonight, stephen welcomes carey mulligan. elvis costello. and musical performance by darlene love.
featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now it's time for the late show with stephen colbert! (cheers and applause) >> stephen: whooo!thank you, ev. thanks so much! thank you. oh, such a beautiful weekend. sunny and crisp at the same time perfect fall weekend. did you have a good weekend, jon? >> jon: yeah, killin.
>> stephen: what did you do? >> jon: well, i did the photosh. >> stephen: oh, did you thatpho. >> jon: kate spaid. >> stephen: yeah, that is someh? >> jon: yeah, it was good. >> stephen: was it all on the ud your parns seeing. >> jon: yeah. >> stephen: i thought it wasjusg else. >> jon: we did that. >> stephen: you did that, okay.. >> jon: it's going to push it,mt there. >> stephen: i'm not sure you ca. the point is, autumn has finally arrived. the leaves are starting to change. of course they have to want to change. (laughter) very important and of course with the fall comes the new tv season. and tomorrow night there's one show everyone is excited about. no, i'm not talking about season four premier of chicago fire.
you really think they would have put that fire out by now. four years, right down there. no, i'm talking about cnn's democratic presidential debate. (cheers and applause). >> stephen: excitement.listen t. oh my god. you-- you just made the people at cnntu rgid. it's gots all the big players you love. it's got hillary clinton, bernie sanders. (cheers and applause). >> stephen: chief big guy here.r one. (laughter) of course i love the other one. i love other one. my money is on other one. of course, the last cnn republican debate got cnn's highest ratings of all time thanks to the pressing national issue of, oh look, it's donald trump. so actual sigh.
so how can cnn get you just as excited for a trumpless democratic debate? the answer is someone else who won't be there. >> we have really just prepped everything here for the cnn debate just in case vice president biden decides to show up. there it is, the extra podium just in case vice president biden decides to show up. >> stephen: yeah, there st.theyt in case biden drops by, like you do. you know, this year's presidential debates are basically an open mic night. (laughter) could be biden, could be carrot top. (laughter) and-- and you can imagine how exciting it would be if biden did appear at the last second. well, you know what, you don't have to. because cnn's jim acosta imagines news for you. >> vice president, joe biden, will he or won't he. will the air force 2 suddenly
start flying this way, start flying westward towards las vegas on tuesday night in a dramatic landing at mccaron international airport. the speeding motorcade over to the wynn hotel, biden with the aviator glasses put on. can i see a situation, john, where he pulls in in that yellow corvette with the aviators on and just says, let's do this thing. it will be fun to much what. it will be fascinating political television if the vice president decides to join in. >> stephen: that would befascin. (laughter) it would be fascinating political television. and it's a great new strategy for cable news. describing things more compelling than what you are watching now. cnn, it could get interesting. (laughter) but-- (cheers and applause) jim a koses-- acosta has a good point. could biden fly to vegas, put on his aviator sunglasses and stride into the room? could he then make eye contact
with a certain reporter. could they end up chatting and getting along, going out for beers afterwards realize theg have a ton in common and before they even know it the sun is coming up and they've talked all night? could biden then ask, do you ever think about reporting from space? then, could he then send that reporter up in a rocket to become the first reporter ever to win a pulitzer prize on the moon? that would totally shake up the campaign. and as long as we're reporting breaking up to the minute fan fiction-- (laughter) why not speculate on other exciting potential candidates. >> could paul ryan unexpectedly switch party, rappel down from the ceiling and start debating bernie sangders. i mean anybody could they receiptically join in, why not jesse ventura, why not animal from the muppet, the reunited cast of family matters, or perhaps a bizarro world donald trump who has a combover goatee and wants to round up everybody in mexico and kick them into the
united states. let's face it. a last minute drop in from vice president biden without make history. and cnn isn't the only one who has both a fantastic imagination and access to podium technology. bring it on out, boys. (cheers and applause) 7 there it is. there it is, mr. vice president. your very own podium. can you imagine right now air force 2 could be heading east toward manhattan. it dives down for a land on broadway, sparks flying as the wings scrape against the billboards in time square. joe biden personally piloting it to a stop right in front of the ed sullivan theater. he pops the window hatch, hops out of the cockpit in a bomber jacket and the cop tells him hey, you double parked. without breaking a stride biden tosses him the keys and says put it on my bill. then he kicks down the double doors of the theater and through the roar of
the audience, and a pie yo tech nik display-- (cheers and applause) -- and with a pyrotechnic display i didn't even know was legal inside here, the vice president strides up to that very podium, puts on his aviator glasses, then whips them off again and says, we're all going to get laid! (cheers and applause) hey, hey! hey, it could happen. tune in tomorrow to see if biden shows up here. after all, there's no way in hell he's going to be at that debate. stick around. we've got carey mulligan and elvis costello. >> the late show with stephen colbert sponsored by the premier reward gold card from american express. it's the gear that gets it done. ,,,,,,,,
internet at is ted talks. the web lecture series where experts from a variety of fields explain complex ideas in accessible, entertaink ways. if you haven't heard of ted talks, congratulations on quitting facebook in 2005. since 2006 ted talks have amassed 1 billion views. or roughly half the views of justin bieber's penis. but not every ted talk makes the cult cut. organizers say they review thousands and thousands of candidates every year before choosing just 60 to 70 speakers making it the only organization with more rejected candidates than the republican party. (laughter) ladies and gentlemen,-- (applause) oh, oh, oh some of them are gone, so soon. ladies and gentlemen, i think it's heartbreaking that these thinkers put so much work into
their presentations on to see them never see the light of day. until now. because i recently obtained this box of ted talk lectures that did not make the cut. these are 18 minute lectures by experts in their field that for some reason ted, whoever he is-- (laughter). >> stephen: didn't think werego. well nothing's not good enough for me. let's take a look at some of them tonight in our new segment rejec-ted. >> ladies and gentles. big ones and wee ones. it is a fact of life that we all want pudding. as a culture we need to learn that pudin comes at a cost. there is one simple truth we need to confront. if you don't eat your meat, you
cannot have any pudin. how can you have any pudding if you don't eat your meat? you, yes, you, laddie. pudding comes at a cost. but i am here to tell you if we all eat our meat, we will all get a pudding! (cheers and applause) >> thank you! >> and then we spent a week at the beach and i saw horseshoe crabs and. and i rode a car o sell and a dog washed up on the beach and dad said it was okay because it was asleep. and then i got in the car. and then i played games on my brother's phone. and then iability more pan cakes than i ever ate before. i can't remember what i was going to say next but that was
>> stephen: how are you?i'm goo? gosh, it's huge. >> stephen: isn't it lovely.yea. >> stephen: isn't it lovely out. >> lovely. >> stephen: did you start onsta? >> no, my first job was a film and then i did a play. >> stephen: did you go tostraig, straight for that thing? let's cut around the middleman here. >> who needs needs it. >> yeah, i just went for the fame. >> stephen: well, you've doneprl pretty well and you have pride and prejudice, education, the great gatsby, and your current film is suffragette which tells the story of the british women su ffrage movement. when did women get the vote in england. because i feel oddly tied to women getting the voted in united states. because my mom was born two days before women could first vote in the united states. >> wow. >> stephen: and so it's withint. so it's a very real thing to me when did women get the vote in england.
>> so women, property-owning women and women over 30, prortd-owning women, they had lots of kaf yets, that happened at the end of the war, so 1918 and it was 1928 where all women-- . >> stephen: did you have to bem? >> yes, no, i think were you married or property-owning. >> stephen: okay.o you could be. >> stephen: but over 30.yeah. >> stephen: because before30rbgt crazy. (laughter) >> i just turned 30 and now i feel like i know what i'm doing. i can handle the vote. >> stephen: your character'snama fictionalized character based on a lot of different women. >> yeah. >> stephen: what is herexperien? she's not sort of a moneyed woman who is doing this as a good deed. this is i a very personal to her. what is her life. >> so she say working class woman. she works in a laundry in london, in the east end, a very poor area of town back then. and she is pretty apatheti krrk it was very conventional to
believe that women had their place in the home at the time. and she was traditional and doesn't feel engaged with the political system. and is sort of living with her lot, kind of getting by. and she meets these women, these suffragette women who inspire her to believe that there is the possibility of a better life out there for her. and gaining the vote could give her the power to have a better life. so she gets kind of swept up into this big movement. >> stephen: and the movementfai. it's not just you can't have it. there was actually violence against these women and they committed a little violence in return. >> yeah. so women in england protested-- campaigned for the vote very politely for about 50 years. going to the government and petitioning for women to have the vote. and that was sort of swept under the carpet. >> stephen: would it be allrighd that be all right. >> please, sir. shall we have the vote? and that didn't work. and so emilen and supported by
other people, some men, some politicians decided that the next step was to start of-- sort of start doing stuff. and they did a lot of stuff. >> stephen: and they got in alo. >> they got in a lot of trouble. and there were lots of fights with police and riots and blog up buildings, all sorts of things. >> stephen: wow, you don't thins to get a vote. >> i have an idea of a woman politely marching through the streets. >> stephen: right, i learnedabog mary popins, you know. >> yeah. >> stephen: vote for women, vot. >> yeah. >> stephen: at any point in thi? no dancing penguins. >> i fought for a flying scene and they said no. but i do get to run away from a blowed up building. >> stephen: you do that actiontd the camera like this and don't look back and it explodes behind you. >> we had a real explosion and we had a car and a camera. we were sort of running. i never get to do stuff like that in films so i was thrilled.
>> stephen: we actually vay cli. i believe your character has been arrested. >> yeah. >> stephen: and she is facing ae authorities. jim? >> we broke windows. we burn things, because war is the only language men listen to. because you have beaten us and betrayed us and there's nothing else left. >> and there's nothing left but to stop you. >> what you going to do. lock everyone up? we're in every home, half the human race, you can't stop the world. >> you might lose your life before this is over. >> we will win. (cheers and applause). >> stephen: honest to god,honesy i haven't seen the movie yet. but i watched the trailer.
and i-- you got me. you totally got me by the heart strings. what is it like doing a movie that is so beautifully accurate to its period. is it like time traveling? cuz you wouldn't know if someone konged you over the head and blew on set and said it's 1912, would you believe it. >> yeah, i will go with it. yeah, they did-- they recreated lots of really famous, shot in the house of parliament which hasn't been done since the 50s in england. so that was cool. and we shot a lot in east end of london in a place, which i think is like williamsburg here, very hip. >> stephen: the hipsters.like te that we're a bit scared of. and they all wear kind of like antique vintagey clothing and look very cool. so we had a game, cuz they used to wander on our set so we had this game called hipster or extra. >> stephen: mer ill streep is i. >> yeah. >> stephen: she plays emilenewhn
the set? does it change the tone? is it intimidating. >> all of those things. and everyone is very excited all day. all the crew. all the kind of, you know, kind of quite scary crew members, the big guys, the tough guys, they are all fuzzy and excited. >> stephen: between you and mere more accurate english accent? (laughter) >> definitely her. >> stephen: definitely her.yeah. >> stephen: carey, thank you fo. >> thank you for having me. >> stephen: thank you.the film s in select theaters october 23rd. we'll be right back. ,,,,
♪ and oh the best it could be ♪ just you and i ♪ >> (cheers and applause). >> stephen: hey, right overhere. right here. welcome back. folks, as we were saying before we work really hard on the show right now. and the show is a little different from the last show, we do five a week instead of four a week. we do an hour a night instead of a half hour an night. and we do it two hours earlier than we used to. so i have zero time in my day to hang out with my staff or meet with my producers, the people who actually have to do the show that you are seeing that night. and this is absolutely true.
there is one of my producers named liz levin and she has been trying to get a meeting with me, come on out here, liz, liz, come on out here, this is liz levin. (applause) okay, hey, how are you? >> i'm good. good to see you. >> stephen: now this isabsolute. we're not make thupg, right. >> no. >> stephen: you've been tryingtw long? >> about two and a half weeks. >> stephen: and how many timesh. >> well, last night would have been the fifth time. >> stephen: and i blew you offa. >> yeah. >> stephen: i blew you offagain. so what we decided to do is the only time i actually have to talk to anybody is on air. so i swear, i don't know how to convey to you that we're not making this up. we'll have a meeting right now. i'm not entirely sure what it's about. but i asked her to have this meeting with me so long ago that i can't remember what it's about. >> that makes sense. >> stephen: so this is it, go,wt from me? >> did you watch the ritual-- . >> stephen: the what.the ritual. >> stephen: the scene aboutritu, have i not watched it.
>> okay, perfect. >> stephen: how long ago did yo. >> like middle of last week. >> stephen: no, have i notwatch. >> about three and a half. >> stephen: i don't have timefo. >> okay, perfect. so we still have to shoot, we thought three quarters of it last tuesday. >> stephen: right.we didn't gete thing. >> stephen: okay, what didn't w. >> what didn't we get? we didn't get the part where you are moving from seat to seat in the audience. >> stephen: why didn't we getth? >> the truth is. >> stephen: yeah, the truth.becs late. so we had-- (cheers and applause) we had-- we had-- it's true. so we had an hour, we had one hour. this is very-- this sawl very real. >> stephen: this is what we doi. >> or you wamp videos of maria banford or tell stories about the hobbit. >> stephen: okay.o we shot-- . >> stephen: i was late.you were. >> stephen: wait a second.is 27.
>> when it's an hour total, yes. for a four relatively complicated locations there were sefn or eight actors, a live check en. >> stephen: am ioff enlate.you'. >> stephen: if i often late.abs. >> stephen: have i-- like foraif like that. >> every single flight we've ever taken, every train. >> stephen: we've always madeit. >> no, we have not always made it. >> stephen: when did we not mak? >> we were going to washington. >> stephen: this is all true,ho. >> ten years. >> stephen: ten years, when did. >> like 2007ish we were going to d.c. . >> stephen: better know adistri. >> and we missed t was before they started having 9:00s from new york to washington. so we were trying to get an 8:00. we missed this. we had to take the regional and i remember because you left your wallet on the train. (laughter). >> stephen: okay.okay. all right. so do you have any more
questions. >> yes. >> stephen: you have 30 seconds. are you okay with doing the last setup for the ritual shoot live day of at the beginning of rehearsal and we'll just pop it in. i can't get it by the end of the rehearsal. >> stephen: yeah.then you won'te your wardrobe. it will be the same thing. do i have any more time. >> stephen: same suit.that is wt same day. >> stephen: it fits me betternod shooting. anything else. >> yeah, have i other stuff. >> stephen: go on, you'rerunnin. >> and you're out of time. >> okay, perfect. >> stephen: actual meeting.(app) liz levin, everybody.
musician, rock 'n' roll hall of famer, all the songsk all the great songs. so many great songs it's almost maddening how many great songs and that's just off of "my aim is true" (cheers and applause) you got a new memoir here. elvis costello, unfailtful music and disappearing ink. >> uh-huh. >> stephen: why are you writing? why take away the game that the rest of us have to try to desiefer what the letterks in your songs mean? i don't want to find out what butterfly fees on a dead monkey's hand mean. >> you will find out. >> stephen: do i really find ou. >> yes, you will. >> stephen: why did you write a. >> i was asked to write it when i was 24. >> stephen: recently.yeah. and i figured maybe i should do some things firstment so now i have done some things. >> stephen: how long did it tak?
>> i started about ten years ago and i tore up a lot of versions of tment the last three or four years i went to work at it. >> stephen: is it harder thanwr? >> it's longer. >> stephen: but you don't havete to rhyme anything. >> i did occasionally find myself going into rhyme by accident. >> stephen: did you really.i ha, carefully look at the chapters that be in rhyme and i didn't realize hi written them. >> stephen: there were coup let. >> accidentally, yeah. >> stephen: did you do anyreseae because, no, i'm serious. >> are you suggesting that i might not remember everything quite clearly. >> stephen: you suggest that yog quite clearly. >> obviously there are some periods in a young man's life that he can't remember well and he would rather forget. but i-- i obviously have a little bit of a curse or gift of a memory. and i can can remember things in great detail. but yes, occasionally you have to go back an check was it before or after i did that thing. >> stephen: did you.after the hr
before. >> stephen: did you find outthiu remember things about yourself that you perhaps didn't want to? the late great david carr wrote a book called nietd of the gun and he finds out when he wrote about that book about his own life, he found out, oh, hell, i'm not the hero of my own story. are you the hero of your own book? >> i hope i didn't set out to write it for those reasons. >> stephen: no, no, you don'tha. >> i did actually write one pass age and it was considered that maybe it wasn't the right thing to say am but i think it is truthful. i said there is a time when you write a book like this where you say that you don't like the subject. in other words, you have, some things you don't like and that's okay to write those down and look back at things. then there are other things in the story which are trying to, if not explain at least lay out how i came to hear music the way i did. because it's not just about me, it's about my father and my grandfather.
>> stephen: your life in somewar father in ways that i didn't realize because i saw clips that someone showed me today am i with like to show the people right now. this is a clip of your father. tell the people what your father did for a living. >> my father sang with a dance band that was sort of like, not in the same era of glen miller but modeled on the glen miller. sax phones, troam bones. the band was successful and they acted like a sin they sizer for popular mus you can. in england we only had about 12 minutes of popular musk i a day. the rest of the time it was people describing knitting patterns and reading the weather parent. >> stephen: on the bbc.on the bt isn't the way it is you no, an imation-- imitation of american radio. when i grew up you could switch on the radio and still think it was 1935. so my father was with this boond. he brought home stacks of records every week, that were from the dhart-- charts and at this point they had this band
with sax phones and trom bones and this is a big band and had to sing like a rolling stone and substitute. >> stephen: or this song.let's . >> yeah. ♪ ♪ ♪ whoa ♪ whoa ♪ i had a hammer ♪ i had a hammer ♪ i would hammer in the morning ♪ hammer in the morning ♪ and hammer in the evening ♪ hammer in the evening ♪ all over the land ♪ ♪ over the land ♪ i hammer out danger ♪ and hammer out warnings ♪ i would hammer out the love between ♪ my brothers and my sises teres ♪ all over this land ♪ whoa whoa whoa ♪ whoa ♪ (cheers and applause) there is no-- i don't need a
book to tell me where you got your look elvis costello. did you know you were stealing your dad's look. >> it's not so much the look, it's the dance moves. (laughter) >> come on now, anybody that knows has ever seen me dance you know that i have been failing for 40 years. >> stephen: even down to thestae stance. was that cognizant. >> it is genetic. >> stephen: i love that footage. >> did you ever perform with your father? >> i did a few times. when i was an apprentice, you know, when i was 17. he had given up singing with the band in the late '60s and took to the road and singing songs of peace and love. and he grew his hair long. he kind of looked like peter sellers in what's new pu ssycat if you know that, or a younger people austin pokers with. and i went with him to a seaside resort in the northwest of england that is kind of like las vegas only without the sin.
or actually the fun. and i went along with my little electric guitar and sat in with the band. the organist gave me a note while we were back stage behind the curtain and the organ, and jon will bear me out, they are like-- they take awhile to get going and it went into pitch just as the curtain went up. and i was out of tune with the band and i had to pretend. i had to pretend that i mimeed my whole way through the show like this. and then after a while i got fancy, you know. (laughter) and that was the beginning of my life in show business. >> stephen: did your dad afterhr look at you and go why don't you get updated, boy. >> he would say, you are a disgrace to the family. grow your hair. >> stephen: and your grandfathe. was there any, did you have any-- did you ever consider bringing shame on your family by
going into account ansi or something like that? >> i did work in a bank. >> stephen: did you really?i dei worked in a bank for a little while and the manager on the first day there could see i was naive about the job and he said take this, and stand outside the bank. i said what is it. and i opened-- he opened his hand and it was a whistle and i said what is this for. he said just in case. i said just in case of what? just in case of a robbery. and i thought for a moment, well, i love my job in the bank. but who do you think they're going to shoot first? probably the guy with the whistle. >> stephen: exactly.o i quit tho computers. >> that's true as well. you don't believe me. you have to read the book. (applause). >> stephen: well, the book isund disappearing ink. >> thank you it is such a
pleasure to see this man here, is it not? (cheers and applause). >> stephen: thank you.ump a ples man. >> stephen: thanks.(cheers and . >> stephen: well, stick around,y nice performance tonight with darlene love and some friends. >> i'm relearning the song that i wrote for her. they told me what the chords are now and i will try not to screw it up. >> stephen: only one of thosepe. the book is out october 139. elvis costello. we'll be right back. 7 ,,,,,,,,
love. (cheers and applause) ♪ ♪ >> ♪ sha-la-la-la la-la sha-la-la-la la-la ♪ sha-la-la-la la-la sha-la-la-la la-la >> ♪ why did you kiss me with all of your might? ♪ why did the stars shine all so bright? ♪ why did you have to, baby look so fine ♪ when you knew all long you could never be mine? ♪ it was the love in your eyes ♪ that made me realize ♪ i was one of those forbidden nights >> ♪ sha-la-la-la la-la sha-la-la-la la-la ♪ sha-la-la-la la-la sha-la-la-la la-la >> ♪ i tried to resist for, oh, so long
♪ i tried hard to tell you it was wrong ♪ but my body was hungry i could not get enough ♪ but my soul was finally satisfied ♪ with the redemption of your love ♪ but don't mention the thrill ♪ 'cause i'm weakening still ♪ it was one of those forbidden nights ♪ divert your eyes and look away ♪ or we might get caught in the light of day ♪ turn your cheek, baby never, ever dare to speak ♪ never could i be one of those ♪ hiding in the shadows ♪ hiding in the shadows ♪ i smile as i gather all that's left of my pride ♪ laugh, though i'm dyin'
deep inside ♪ but again i'll pretend as i go to bed tonight ♪ that i'll wake up in the morning ♪ with you by my side ♪ i'll be lower than the ground ♪ when they say you can't hang around ♪ one day, we'll stand tall ♪ and love will overcome it all ♪ i'll laugh at the slight that a woman didn't have the right ♪ to be dreaming of forbidden nights ♪ sha-la-la-la la-la sha-la-la-la la-la ♪ sha-la-la-la la-la sha-la-la-la la-la ♪ forbidden nights ♪ sha-la-la-la la-la sha-la-la-la la-la ♪ i will always remember forbidden nights ♪ sha-la-la-la la-la sha-la-la-la la-la
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