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the late show is up next. have a great weekend. stay safe. you can check in with us at any time to get updates. captioning sponsored by cbs >> another marvel critic has entered the fray. oscar winner francis ford coppola defended martin scorsese's criticism of the superhero movie franchise saying, "when martin scorsese says that the marvel pictures are not cinema, he's right. >> scorsese is fine, but my favorite joe pesci movie is still "my cousin vinny." >> hulk think "godfather" glamourizes violence. hulk smash violence! >> there are more black people in this scene than in any of scorsese's movies. >> this isn't a film critique per se, but have you tried coppola's wine?
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the pino is underwhelming. >> coppola's "dracula" gave me nightmares because it was awful. >> it's "the late show with stephen colbert." tonight tug-o-warren. plus, stephen welcomes eddie murphy and the pioneer woman ree drummond. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now, live on tape from the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hi! nice to see you! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey!
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( cheers and applause ) oooh! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey, everybody! how are you? welcome, welcome one and all, to "the late show." i'm your host, stephen colbert. it's friday! ( cheers and applause ) listen to that, jon. that can only be one thing. that's a friday crowd right there, that is. ( cheers and applause ) absolutely. accept no substitutes. it is friday and trump is thanking god that it is. because he's had a rough week. the impeachment inquiry has been so damning, trump needed his house republican buddies to barge into the classified testimony to try to shut it down. when they finally do make the
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testimony public, he'll have to send those guys to every american's house to block their tvs. there are 18 democrats vying to remove trump from office the old-fashioned way. i'll tell you all about it in tonight's "doin' it donkey style." >> gender-neutral bathrooms! >> stephen: tonight, it's a solemn d-style, because we just a little less d. namely, ohio representative and man who released a dove that flew directly into a jet engine, tim ryan. that really paints a picture. that really paints a picture. yesterday, ryan issued this announcement: >> i'm announcing today that i'm withdrawing from the presidential campaign. i got into this race in april to really give voice to the forgotten people of our country. >> stephen: and i can think of no better voice to represent the forgotten people of america than...
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help me out here. was it... ryan jimmies? chad michael murray? it's three names. well, now that congressman chad is gone, let's remove him from our giant cluster of democratic candidates. and... it looks like we forgot to put him in there. i don't see him. ( cheers and applause ) can we just jam him in there some place, jim. thank you! great. now let's take him away. ( applause ) i think i huffed him. ( laughter ) in the money race, wall street's democratic donors have warned the party that if they nominate elizabeth warren, they'll sit out or back trump.
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so if you can't have exactly what you want, you'll take the worst thing you can imagine. worst thing there is. "we're ordering pizza? sweet. i want pepperoni. and if you order mushroom, i'm going to hit myself in the nards with a ball-peen hammer. i doll it! i will do it! don't make me!" why are these finance democrats so opposed to warren? well, one wall street douchewig put it this way: "warren is an unapologetic populist who would reduce corporate earnings to benefit other stakeholders." which stakeholders? "workers," the "environment," "those with lower incomes," and finally, "women and minorities." boo! what about-- what about innocent corporate earnings? think of poor dowager jones and little timmy nasdaq. ( laughter ) they're going to be forced to spend christmas with their second-favorite coke dealer. do you not remember the words of jesus? "if you want to be perfect, go, sell your possessions and give
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it all to the stock market. we're gonna make some sweet coin. suck it, meek!" ( cheers and applause ) "suck it, meek!" ( applause ) paraphrasing. paraphrasing. >> jon: translation. it's a translation >> stephen: one big donkey donor who's not afraid of warren is former goldman sachs partner and neal patrick hairless, michael novogratz. mr. novogratz was interviewed by "bloomberg" on friday, and he took the opportunity to chide his fellow money buddies: "you're not victims. you're the richest people in the world. how in god's name do you feel like a victim?" to which rich people responded, "well, if i'm not god's victim, then how do you explain the name of my yacht?" ( laughter ) and warren's not the only candidate giving voters some cold feet. according to "the new york times," many establishment democrats are asking, "is there anybody else?" no!
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tim ryan had to drop out because we didn't have enough podiums! you have so many options, and you're asking for more? that's like showing up for thanksgiving dinner and asking for a five-foot party sub! no! your mother worked really hard on this meal. she learned how to stuff a hickenlooper. ( laughter ) and aside from the primary's frontrunners, other candidates are struggling to stay in the news, like former maryland congressman and hank hill's neighbor from "king of the hill," john delaney. ( applause ) really good. really good. this week, delaney's campaign announced a promotion where donors will be entered into a contest to win a seat next to delaney at the fourth game of the world series. which, that's great. that's a really positive way to reframe the fact that nobody wanted to go to the world series with john delaney. in a press release, delaney wrote, "something you may not know about me is that i'm a big baseball fan." thanks, john. another thing i don't know about you...
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( laughter ) is anything. ( laughter ) ( applause ) so-- sorry! ( laughter ) and other democratic contenders got in on the game, like montana's steve bullock, who tweeted, "it ain't the world series, but if you come to the cross town game in helena this weekend, i'll buy you a coke." adding, "and if you can tell the difference between me and michael bennet, i'll buy you a car." ( laughter ) there's another trump administration tell-all book coming out, this time from the author of that "new york times" op-ed piece from 2018 titled, "i am part of the resistance administration," by anonymous. i don't know. how can we trust this anonymous guy? in the only other book he wrote, he admits he's an alcoholic. the book is called... ( laughter )
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stroker. the book is called "a warning." hey, anonymous, isn't it a little late for "a warning? ( laughter ) that's like saying "an iceberg!" after jack and rose are already clinging to that door in the middle of the ocean. also, do we need another white house tell-all? we've already got "fear," "devil's bargain," "fire and fury," "unhinged," and "team of vipers." those are just the ones already published. next year they're publishing "horror," "dismay," "the end of america," "apocalypse," "really bad stuff," and "elevator fart." ( cheers and applause we've got a great show for you tonight. such good guests. stick around!
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( band playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: jon batiste and stay human, everybody. give it up for the band right there! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: jon, my first guest tonight is a giant, a legend and a legendary giant. please welcome eddie murphy! ♪ ♪ ( applause ) ( cheers and applause )
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♪ ♪ ( applause ) ( cheers and applause ) >> thank you. >> stephen: thanks for being on. nice to see you. >> that's a nice, warm, new york welcome. >> stephen: it is. ( applause ) >> stephen: welcome back to the ed sullivan theater. i know you haven't been here in about eight years. >> and it's still freezing here. >> stephen: comedy weather. comedy weather. >> so cold. >> stephen: what was the first talk show you were on back in the day, when you first sort of hit? >> the first real, real talk show?>> sphen: like a late-night talk show. you were on johnny, i assume. >> "the tonight show." >> stephen: what was it like going on that show? how old were you at the time?
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>> i was 20. >> stephen: wow! >> yeah. ( laughter ) >> stephen: that's-- that's young. >> i was really young. back then, that was the ultimate to get on "the tonight show. glvment sure. >> yeah, that was a great moment. >> stephen: yeah. how did they make you prepare? was it like you have to have three stories and they would be looking over you like hawks. >> they just said, "don't wear anything white." back then you couldn't wear a white siewpt because it would do a weird thing to the camera, some kind of effect, so you couldn't wear anything white. that's what they said. >> stephen: do you remember what you wore? >> i had a blue suit on with a tie and white shirt. i was kind of-- almost what you have on. ( laughter ) >> stephen: it's in honor of your first appearance on carson. we looked it up. we looked it up. ( laughter ) well, you were so young, as we were saying, 20 years old, when you hit super stardom. 19 when you were hired for "s.n.l." >> auditioned at 18.
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>> stephen: and got there at 19. i think they're retroactively really happy for young you to have gotten that gig. did it freak you out at all because that's really young? you exploded right away. you were the breakout star, you and piscopo in the cast from 80-85? >> no, i was only on two and a half, three years. >> stephen: 80 to 83. did that overwhelm you in any way? you became enormous right away? >> i was young and you know when you're young you take everything for granted. now when i look back on it, i was like wow. back then i was like, yeah, it's supposed to be like this, right? i thought that's how it was. >> stephen: how long had you already been gigging before you did that? >> i started when i was 15. >> stephen: and what were those clubs like? at 15 were they serving liquor in there. >> bar s. >> stephen: did you have to lie about your age so they would let you perform? >> yeah, i would say i was 18, take my mother's little mascara thing, give me a little mustache.
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>> stephen: brush it in. >> and i had my sunglasses on, and i said i was 18. >> stephen: because older people wear sunglass at night? >> that's just the way i was thinking. i was really young. law laugh. >> stephen: from your vantage point now if you could go back and talk to that 18-, 19-year-old what, advice would you give him? >> that's so much stuff. that person back then wouldn't have listened to anything i had to say. >> stephen: that's actually-- that's probably true. >> he did not listen to advice. >> stephen: that's probably true. i have a friend, an old priest, a friend of my father's, and i said, "harry, i wish i could talk to my dad," because i was in my 20s, "get some advice sm. and he said, well, if it makes you feel any better, you probably wouldn't listen. >> yeah. >> stephen: what would you tell him that you wouldn't listen to? you see you try to avoid the question and i just-- >> i don't do a lot of -- >> stephen: i'm doing my job now. >> i don't give a lot of advice. everybody has a different path to, you know, take.
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so i don't give a lot of advice. to the young comics i won't be giving advice. >> stephen: how about old comics? would you give old comics advice? >> just keep doing what you're doing, stephen. >> stephen: "you're a natural kid." >> newer a natural best. >> stephen: here is somebody who did not hit right away, did not explode at 19, rudy ray moore who you play in your new movie "dolemite is my name." did not get famous until he got older. i know who rudy ray moore is. >> you do? >> i do. >> that's good. >> stephen: it's a little bit complicated who he swho dole might is and what he did with the movie. explain to the people who rudy ray moore was. >> rudy ray moore was this underground comedian back in the 70s and he did a really, really, really x-rated adult humor. and he-- like i said he was underground and he developed this cult following of people. and he made these movies.
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he financed his movies himself, and he did these comedy records and financed himself. it was like he couldn't get in-- in the 70s there was a little period called the black exploreitation area where he was doing different times of movies and he couldn't get in with them. they were like, "we don't want to work with you." and he had to go backdoor and get his own stuff made. and he became like a little hero of my. he was like this guerrilla filmmaker from the 70s. >> stephen: this is a famous album cover of his. i'm going to show this to the audience-- >> yeah, you can't show that on tv. ( laughter ). >> stephen: there is, literally, we have been told that every single bit of this is going to have to be blurred. like, the entire album has to be blurred. >> you know it, but he's not -- >> stephen: that's what i said. >> yeah. >> stephen: let's show them what we're talking about. this is what-- this was his album. ( laughter ) and i'm saying you can't see anything over here, and you can't really see anything over
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here. >> you know what? that's the tame album cover. he has some album covers that would make me blush. ( laughter ) and that's hard. to make me blush. >> stephen: did you ever meet him? >> yeah, i met him a few times. i approached him. i went up to him-- i saw him at-- i went to see him a couple of different times. i saw him on a place on ventura boulevard where i had an idea to make a movie 15, 16 years ago, and he had no interest making a movie. "let's go on tour together." he wanted to tour. >> stephen: why did you want to make this film? why do you think people-- what did you want to tell people about this guy? >> well, like i said, he's an inspiration. first and foremost, he's very, very funny. his movies started off, like-- if you watch a rudy ray moore movie. they started off-- kind of stoner pictures. they were the kind of movies people would smoke, and then they would, "like, look, and say, "hey, look what he just
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said." or he'd throw a punch and miss by a lot in the punch, or the microphone, and you could see the microphone come in the shot. so it was stuff like that. and that's what made everybody start watching him initially. then i started doing comedy myself. >> and started seeing him a whole different way. then when i got into movies, it was like-- then i found out how he made his movies, he became an inspirational figure to me. like i said, he's a guerrilla filmmaker. >> stephen: we have a clip right here. you can explain what's going on in this clip? it's and you keegan-michael key. who i think is the writer of the movie? >> yes. in the movie. >> stephen: in the movie he's the writer of dolemite's movie. >> we're seeing where right now, i can chop me. >> stephen: okay. ( laughter ) it's self-explanatory. jim. >> we want this thing to be raw, tell it like it is on the streets. lots of pimps and cussing and
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kung fu, karate. brothers love all the kung fu and karate. >> you know karate? >> no, but i can learn. you know what we should have? a all-girl kung fu army. >> you know, there's plenty of story opportunity, rudy. across this nation, inner cities are being plagued by violent crime. i feel government hasn't stepped up. >> that's it, it's whitey's fault. the mayor is corrupt, and there's an exoricism. >> damn it, an exoricism. >> i don't know how that fits into our urban motif. ( laughter ) ( applause ) >> stephen: he seems like a good producer. he's got his fing oarpt pulse of the audience there. >> he is a dude that believed in himself, you know. and when he couldn't get in, he went the back door, and he, like-- like he went and got somebody to write it, and he went and paid out of his own pocket and he got it made.
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and we're making a movie about his life now. and it just-- he's a guy-- his story is inspirational. because he didn't have all the stuff that-- usually you're dreaming about show business you've got some special talent or look or something. he didn't have any of those things. he's this regular-looking guy. his comedy is super crude. his records are super crude. it's like, "you believe in this?" "yeah, i believe in this." that's what his talent was. that's the most important thing is believing in your stuff. if you believe in it, whatever it is, that's the most important ingredient. >> stephen: maybe that's the advice you could give to the 19-year-old self because you just gave advice to everybody. you just gave advice. >> that's what i would say to me. >> stephen: we have to take a break, but don't go anywhere, we'll be right back with more mr. eddie murphy, everybody. stick around.
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( applause ). >> stephen: hey, everybody,
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we're back here with eddie murphy! now then, mr. murphy, you might be talking to this guy soon. because you, of course, also famous-- >> can you show that picture? >> stephen: we might have to blur this picture. you're right. that is you. ( applause ) what year is this? what year is this? >> i don't know. >> stephen: a long time ago. >> i have no idea. >> stephen: people have been clamoring for you to go do stup again. i understand one of them was barack obama. >> obama, yeah, i got this mark twaib prize, when i saw him in the white house, the first thing he asked me was, "when are you going to do stup again?" ( laughter ) maybe it's time to do stup again. >> stephen: did you do your obama-- ( cheers and applause ) did you do your obama for obama? >> oh, no.
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i don't really know if i do a good obama. you know what we talked about? he talked about my hair. he was like, "how come your hair--" he said, "what kind of rinse are you using?" you don't have any gray hairs. i'm about two, three months older than obama. he was like, "that doesn't make me feel any better." it's a great picture i have of me talking to him in the white house and we're, like, talking and it looks like we're having this thing. and at that moment he's going, "so what kind of rinse do you use?" ( laughter ) i don't have a rinse. >> stephen: that's real. that's real. that's not a rinse. >> i get gray hair in my mustache and my nose of all places, but my hair is all black. >> stephen: what kind of rinse do you use in your nose, afrin. >> i just cut it out. >> stephen: you're hosting "s.n.l."-- >> yes, yes! >> stephen: this december? christmas. ( applause )
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first time-- the first time in 35 years. >> in 35 years you. >> stephen: have not hosted in 35 years. >> i have not been back there in 35 years. ( applause ) stephen: we-- we have that in common. >> you haven't been back. >> stephen: i have not hosted in 35 years. can we expect some of your old characters. are we going to see gumby or buckwheat? >> i would imagine. >> stephen: mr. "robinson's neighborhood." do you miss-- do you miss-- do you ever do any of these voices on your own? do you just break them out. >> i don't mis, no, but i'm looking forward to going back and doing that stuff. i hope it's funny. no, you you want the show to be-- to be really funny if you go back, and you want it to really be good. so i'm looking forward to it. >> stephen: yeah. ( laughter ) that will be another bit of advice to give your 19-year-old self. you want the show to be really funny. >> no, he wanted stuff to be funny all the time, too. i always, you know, wanted to be funny, as funny as it can be.
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"s.n.l." it's like, you know, that's such a big part of who i am, you know. if i go back, you don't want to go back after 35 years and the show is like, "ah, it was all right." you know. >> stephen: was there any other thing you thought you might coother than comedy? was there a fall-back position at any point? or you never looked in any other direction? because you had to have some doubts. >> no, i got started-- i started doing stup when i was 15, and things happened kind of-- came together quick, you know,. >> stephen: were your folks okay with that? >> okay with what? >> stephen: was your mom okay with you going into show business? >> yeah. when i started bringing checks home. ( laughter ) >> stephen: who were the people-- for me it was-- it was carlin and cosby and steve martin. who were the people that you went, "i want to be like that"? >> who i think the all-time greats are, are carlin, cosby,
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richard pryor, and chaplain. ( applause ). >> stephen: wow. >> but i aspired to be like richard. i thought richard was the funniest. i was like, "that's who i want to be like." but i had other ones, too, that weren't comeadans. mohammed ali, and bruce lee. who was another one who was really big. mohammed ali, bruce lee, richard pryor. i'm forgetting one person. he'll come to me in a second. >> stephen: there any ali, or bruce lee in any of your roles? have you channeled any of that rasperation in your work. >there's a little brucely in your karate chop, obviously. >> i do bruce lee when i have to pull a gun up on the in the movie i'm doing a bruce lee. the first movie i did was "48 hours." ( cheers and applause )
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and i had never had a gun before, never had to look, and the director was like-- you're going through this alley looking for people with the gun. so i just started doing-- acting how bruce lee was acting, making faces and pull the gun out and ( bleep ). so when i pull a gun out in the movie, i'm imitating-- i'm trying to do bruce lee faces. so if you said, "take a gun out and don't make a bruce lee face," i'd be like heey. to this day if i pull out a gun, i'm doing my bruce lee ( bleep ). >> stephen: is there any role you have done that you went i didn't know that was going to be such a huge part of my legacy? like, that role would grab everybody? because i have one in mind which is "donkey." >> oh ( applause ). >> stephen: "donkey" is one of your greatest performances and we don't get it see you ands only one person it could be is eddie murphy. >> any movie you don't know how
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big it could be, you know. you find outardses. i don't have anything i think-- i have a couple of ones that were really bad, where i was like, "i did not know it was going to be that bad." ( laughter ) "they're still talking about that?" ( laughter ) a couple of those those. >> stephen: we haven't even talked about this. this is-- this is-- that's you. >> we're doing that right now. it's almost finished ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: you're redoing this movie. who is going to play arsenio. >> arsenio is playing himself. >> stephen: good, good. >> we have all the original characters and the barbers and the old jewish guy. ( applause ) and-- and-- and we have the band sexual chocolate. ( cheers and applause ). >> stephen: i forgot-- what country are you from? what's the name of the country? >> it's a fiction country,
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zumunda. >> stephen: how are things in zumanda? >> wonderful. >> stephen: noconflict with wakanda. eddie wonderful to meet you. please come often. >> good to meet you, too. >> stephen: "dolemite is my name" is in theaters and on netflix now. eddie murphy, everybody! we'll be right back with a "late show" halloween classic. wake up the kids. ♪ hi, welcome to chili's, 3 for $10 bucks ♪ ♪ starter, entrée and drink anytime, anywhere ♪ ♪ tap to get it to-go, tap to get it delivered ♪ ♪ your home is now chili's, your phone is a waiter ♪ ♪ just a few taps, baby, taps, baby, taps ♪ mmmmhmmm! ♪ together we chili's, oh yeah, baby, yeah! ♪ aveeno® with prebiotic striple oat complex balances skin's microbiome. so skin looks like this and you feel like this. aveeno® skin relief. get skin healthy™
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( band playing ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey, everybody, welcome back. you know, folks, all hallow's eve is just around the corner. everyone's clamoring for this year's hottest costume: sexy corrupt phone call to ukraine. but there is one problem with the holiday: there just aren't enough good halloween songs. all we have is "the monster mash," and that spooky one about santa watching you while you're sleeping. ( laughter ) that's why we here at "the late show" created our own halloween holiday classic, "the halloween wiggle," which i made with my good friendsraers run the jewels. it dates all the way back to the spookiest, most terrifying time of all: the fall of 2016. and it's our tradition to ring
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>> this is my sixth cookbook, "the new frontier." and i called it that because my house is a litit different than it was in the old days. two of my girls are gone, two of my kids. >> stephen: okay. >> and i'm home in a man cave with teenaged boys. >> stephen: and lad, and your husband, lad. >> my husband lad. >> stephen: for the people who haven't seen "the pioneer woman--" by the way, i wasn't sure what your name was. i watched you for years and i always called you "the pioneer woman." >> i answer to "the pioneer woman." i answer to a lot of things. >> stephen: p. dubs. tell people about your life on the prairie. >> i grew up on a golf course. i always make a joke about that. i married a cowboy, and moved to his ranch in -- >> stephen: did you literally grow up on ia golf course? >> i did. >> stephen: it looks like a lot like prairie, the golf course. >> the men dress differently on the golf course. >> stephen: what are we making today? >> we're making so many delicious things. we're make a cocktail, oklahoma
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prairie fire, a nod to the prescribed burning that your favorite guy, lad, does in the spring. >> stephen:ab oklahoma prairie fire. i love any drink named after a natural disaster. >> i know. >> stephen: drink a couple of these and you will feel like you are waking up in a fema trailer. do i porthis in hoar. >> this is blood orange juice,. >> stephen: where is the alcohol? >> i got you orange bitters, which i think you like. >> stephen: one, two. >> mescal. >> . you can top it off. i won't tell anyone. perfect. then shake it, shake it. i'll try not to splash on you. >> stephen: while you're doing that, tell me what it's like living in the prairie, an endless expanse, so much horizon. >> the reason my name is "the pioneer woman," when i told my childhood friends i was moving to the country, they fell over lawg because i was the last person anybody thought would ever move to the country. and so they started calling me
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"pioneer woman" as a joke. it's always been a little bit of a tongue-in-cheek nickname. >> stephen: is it an easy life on the prairie or does it get a little isolated? >> it's a little isolated. i have to be honest. in fact, i'm so happy to be here to have someone to talk to, stephen. ( laughter ) thank you, thank you for having me. >> stephen: put that in there? >> yup. >> stephen: here's the thing-- often, supposedly, you know, it's you and lad and the boys-- and the girls, obviously. >> and the girls. >> stephen: but lad and the boys are almost never there. they're off-- it will cut away, and it's well, lad and the boys are out branding the cattle. >> and my boys play football now, so it's even more compounded. >> stephen: shall we? >> we shall. i think that's a great idea. >> stephen: cheers. >> cheers, cheers, this is so much fun. oh, boy. >> stephen: yeah. >> i'm making shrimp and grits for you you. >> stephen: know i'm from south carolina. >> that's where i'm making it. how do you feel about quick grits. does that offend your
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sensibilities? >> i won't tell anybody, but i like a stone-ground grit, but those look good. >> they're stone ground but they're quick stone ground. we're going to completely inundate -- >> stephen: how much do i put in? >> all of it. this is mascarpone. i'll let you stir this. >> >> stephen: that's fine. i'll stir this. we're going to serve shrimp with this. for you, for those of you oution thereho are from shrimp country. >> i know what you're going to ask. >> stephen: do you leave the tails on the shrimp or take the tails off? >> i don't have a strong feeling. >> stephen: i have a very strong answer. what's the answer. there is a wrong answer. >> the trails off. >> stephen: thank god! why would you leave-- why would you-- i don't understand. like, you're going to serve it with a saugus, right? why would you layoff the tails on the shrimp? they're very painful, right, jon. >> jon: i agree. >> stephen: they're painful and then you have to go in there
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with pla tex living gloves. >> stephen: and who wants to work that hard when they are eating shrimp and grits. i'm glad we're on the same page. look how good those look. they're so cheesy and wonderful and heavenly. >> stephen: yes. there's almost no grits left. >> i know. >> stephen: that's the best possible grits, actually. >> that's how i like my grits, that's right. >> stephen: i made shrimp and grits for jon. you have had my shrimp and grits. what do you think? >> i think that's 10 out of 10, pops. ( laughter ) >> stephen: i've never been called "pops" before. >> oh, my gosh. it's wonderful. >> stephen: what-- let's serve a little bit of this up. are we ready? >> i'm going to let you put the shrimp into the sauce. >> stephen: into the sauce. >> what you really want to do is let this thicken and-- whoa! he cooks like i do. >> stephen: crank it up. i'm not sure that's on. >> that's okay. i have a special little-- a special little helping for you
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here. >> stephen: do you mind, jon is the master of the shrimp and grits. would you care to try that? >> jon: i'm trying to get into it. >> get all the way in. >> stephen: get on that, jon. >> how are they, jon? >> jon: they're rolling. >> i love ti love it, i love it. ( applause ) oh, yes. i like that. >> stephen: mmm! all right. what now? >> so shrimp and grits. and i have a fun little chocolate ganache moment for you. i also have chocolate devils which are great for -- >> stephen: halloween? >> halloween, yes. >> stephen: chocolate devils, there you go. do you and lad dress up as prairie people? what do you dress iewp do you have costumes for halloween? >> i don't have to answer that. >> stephen: you don't, legally, you're not sworn in, senator. >> no, but i will tell you a story. last year, i opened facebook and
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the first post that showed up on my feed was a picture of my high school boyfriend and his wife. >> stephen: okay >> and they had dressed up as my husband and me. for halloween. >> jon: whoa! >> stephen: which one of them was you? was it your-- so your high school boyfriend was lad rnlg and his wife was you? >> yes, yes. >> stephen: that's... wonderful. ( laughter ). >> i didn't-- i didn't know -- >> stephen: for legal reasons i'll say that's great. >> it's been a year, and i still don't know how i feel about it. i'm still processing. >> stephen: i would change the locks. ( laughter ) now, the book is "the pioneer woman cooks: the new frontier." it's available now. the woman is ree drummond. "the pioneer woman," everybody! we'll be right back! ( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪
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