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captioning sponsored by cbs >> politico is reporting that senators joe manchin and kyrsten sinema are parting ways. the end of manchema. according to the report, the two, once united on shaving down the cost of a party-line social spending bill that started at $3.5 trillion, are now going their own way in the final stretch of negotiations. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> would you just stay with me? >> what for? look at us, we're already fighting. >> well, that's what we do. we fight. you tell me when i'm being an arrogant son of a bitch, and i tell you when you're being a pain in the ass. >> so what? >> so, it's not going to be easy. it's going to be really hard. and we're going to have to work at this every day, but i want to do that, because i want you. but don't you take the easy way out.
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>> what easy way? there is no easy way. no matter what i do, somebody gets hurt. >> would you stop thinking about what everyone wants. stop thinking about what i want, what he wants, what your parents want. what do you want? what do you want? >> it's not that simple. >> what do you want? ♪ ♪ ♪ what do you want? >> attention! >> announcer: it's "the late show with stephen colbert." tonight: the youngkin and the restless. plus, stephen welcomes: andy cohen and musical guest thundercat 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 )
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♪ ♪ ♪ >> stephen: oh, my friend. i'm so happy you showed up! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: thank you, ladies and gentlemen. good to see you! up there... >> audience: stephen! stephen! stephen! stephen! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: welcome. welcome, one and all-- thank you, my dear friends. thank you so much. ( cheers and applause ). thank you. thank you, chris. please have a seat, everybody. welcome, welcome, one and all to
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"the late show." i am your host, stephen colbert. yesterday-- ( cheers and applause ) i don't know-- don't know if you paid attention, it's not been in the news much, but there were some elections yesterday. some of you may be upset by the results, but don't panic. save that for climate change. ( laughter ) these were a handful of off-year elections around the country, but according to cable news, the most important election was in virginia, where the governor's race was won by republican businessman and live-action doug, glenn youngkin-- not to be confused with the new hit cbs show, "young glennkin." ( laughter ) a lot of factors go into every victory in every election. but i believe the deciding factor was that youngkin had the one quality that virginia voters wanted most-- not being terry mcauliffe. and it probably has nothing to do with the fact that terry dances like this: ♪ 3 point 2 from the driveway
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of my house ♪ ( laughter ) ( applause ) i got swept up. i got swept up. thank you, jon, thank you. meanwhile, up in new jersey, democrat phil murphy was ahead eight points in the polls going into election day, but for most of the last 24 hours, the race has been too close to call. of course, that's how new yorkers have always viewed new jersey: way too close. ( laughter ) so, it was a disappointing night for democrats, but democrats are used to being disappointed. that's why they're changing their logo from the donkey to eeyore. ( laughter ) ( applause ) but here's the thing-- i'm going to say the thing-- here's the thing-- and maybe i'm alone-- but i'm not that upset. i've already endured the worst election in american history, live on tv, sitting over there,
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drinking a cocktail of bourbon and my own tears. this just seems like another election. "oh, no, terry mcauliffe didn't win? will the republic survive our post-terry future?" ( laughter ) you see, both virginia and new jersey have a historical pattern of electing governors in off-year elections who are from the opposite party of the sitting president. in virginia, it's happened in 10 of the last 11 elections. it makes sense, because people tend to vote more when they're upset with the person in power. and right now, that person is joe biden. voting is like democracy's yelp review: you never leave a comment when the soup was tasty, but if you bring me still water when i asked for sparkling, i will burn your bistro to the ground! ( laughter ) ( applause ) then again, one star-- wish i could give it zero. how hard is it? sparkling! it's a party. >> jon: can't hold a grudge for that kind of stuff?
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>> stephen: apparently, independent and suburban voters moved republicans. in virginia, education was the parents are still frustrated b e way ic h handled the kofers pandemic, but also claims about what is being taught in history classes have become the latest dog whistle. for for instance, on monday, youngkin made this promise: >> on day one, i will ban critical race theory. >> stephen: here's the thing-- critical race theory is not taught at the k-12 level in virginia. wow, that was fast-- governors made, governors kept. good for you, governor youngkin. he did it, it happened. it's pretty hard to campaign against someone who is promising to eliminate things that don't exist. if elected, i will ban every
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toeat geing american pregnant the bassinet and baby therisonn oven. we will also go after her accomplice, the slender man, the call's coming from inside the house from your canadian girlfriend. ( applause ) the democrats did win some races. here in new york city, for mayor, voters overwhelmingly elected brooklyn borough president and man who got a great discount at "bracelets r us," eric adams. ( laughter ) adams was the heavy favorite, and it did not take long for him to be declared the winner. his victory was announced just 10 minutes after the polls closed. it would have been announced sooner, but the results got stuck behind a group of tourists in times square. "we get it. it's a big old navy ad! wow.
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yes, it's video, it's moving! could you move?" ( cheers and applause ) here's some m & ms and some shrimp. there was also a big victory in new york's milwaukee-- boston-- where voters elected michelle wu, who will be the city's first woman and person of color to become mayor. ( cheers and applause ) yes! wooo! wooo! wooo"p." >> audience: wooo! >> stephen: yes, it's an historic victory. wu broke a 199-year streak of white, male elected city leaders. ( cheers and applause ) ooh! ooh! so close. so close. boston was just one year away from its white male bicentennial. now they'll have to cancel the parade. they already booked jimmy buffet and ordered that giant balloon
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of cargo shorts. ( laughter ) on staten island, the job of borough president went to republican candidate vito fossella, seen here at his campaign stop next to a shallow grave. ( laughter ) now, i know what you're saying: you're saying, "steve, we're new yorkers. we don't care about staten island." fair enough, but you will care about this: back in 2009, fossella was forced to resign from his congressional seat after the public exposure of a secret second family in virginia. hey, before you judge, people make mistakes, and everyone deserves a second family-- chance. second chance. ( applause ) how did-- true story. it's a true story. how did the public find out about his second family? it came out during a d.u.i. arrest. how does that come out? ( as vito ) "no, officer, i'm not drunk. i'm just driving erratically
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because i'm in a hurry to see my secret second family. did i say that out loud? man, i am drunk. are you single? third time's a charm." now, to top it off, fossella originally rose to political prominence because he championed family values. yes, it's true. he values family so much he has two of them. it's called diversifying your investments. ( applause ). ♪ ♪ ♪ the local-- the local g.o.p. has an interesting spin on this, with former borough president james molinaro saying, "there's not a man alive that probably didn't have an affair while he was married or before he was married." hey, jimmy, don't drag the rest of us into this. ( as molinaro ) "c'mon, we're guys, right? we like three things: football, beer, and having second families in other states that no one knows about until we drive after too much football and beer. my kids will tell you the same
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thing. not those, the other ones." ( laughter ) speaking of people who should not have been elected, colorado representative and restaurant hostess saying, "welcome, where can i shoot you?" lauren boebert. congressional person boebert recently made this argument against paid family leave: >> listen, i'm a mother of four. i delivered one of my children in the front seat of my truck because as a mom of four, we got things to do! ain't nobody got time for two and a half months of maternity leave. >> stephen: you're talking like it's a vacation! maternity leave is a critical time for healing, bonding, and i would hope, deep cleaning that truck. ( laughter ) ( applause ) also-- ( applause ) of also, why do you give birth in the front seat of a truck.
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you were a vehicle that literally has a bed. now, i've never pushed a human out of my body or had one cut out of my abdomen, but i know about newborns. they need time and care, and someone to untangle their umbilical cord from the gearshift of the silverado. but boebert is basically saying, "i gave birth in a truck, so no one deserves parental leave." that's not an argument against leave. that's an argument against hospitals. ( as boebert ) "i gave birth in my truck for the same reason i got my son circumcised on an a.t.v -- because ain't nobody got time for medical care. i took lamaze classes at the ford dealership and got my epidural from one of those inflatable dancing guys. he missed and put the needle in my brain, which is why i'm this way! play ball!" ( cheers and applause ) we've got a great show for you tonight. my guest is andy cohen. but when we come back, has john f. kennedy jr. come back with a secret message for qanon? the answer may surprise you, if you're clinically insane. ( cheers and applause ). ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> stephen: jon batiste and stay human, everybody. there you go. jon, jon, you're going to want to stick around tonight. i know normally you leave when the guest comes out here, but you're going to want to stick around because it is our dear friend andy cohen is going to be here tonight. >> jon: yes, andy cohen. >> stephen: you're going to want to-- you're going to want to watch what happens live. he's such a delight. speaking of dliets, the band sounds great tonight and i wonder who you have sitting in with you. >> jon: mid any friend, he came here to play at carnegie hall, ibrahim alouf. >> stephen: thank you for
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being here. ( applause ) >> stephen: in case you were wondering what your insane aunt is up to, you don't have to wait until thanksgiving. i'll give you the latest conspiracies in tonight's edition of "the q files." the truth is out there. the lies are way out there. the latest in cutting-edge crazy is that hundreds of qanon adherents gathered in dallas, texas, yesterday. the reason? they were expecting a big announcement from john f. kennedy jr. of course, j.f.k. jr. died tragically 22 years ago, so at this point, any announcement from him would be pretty big. ( laughter ) apparently, the creme de la cray-cray believe that john-john faked his own death, went into hiding, and is now actually the "q" that they follow on the internet. and they expected him to appear in public and reveal all of this
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yesterday in dallas, at dealey plaza, by the grassy knoll. ( laughter ) oh, and they had to throw in the grassy knoll.ri of truth. while they waited forcrd engaged in a spirited debate. >> did we land on the moon? >> crowd: no! >> did we land on the moon? >> crowd: no! >> stephen: ooh, let me try one. when the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, is that amore? >> crowd: no! >> stephen: they're right. kubrick faked amore on a soundstage in phoenix. now, some of these folks also believe j.f.k. jr. will be seeking office soon, based on their t-shirts suggesting j.f.k. jr. would be the former prsident's running mate in 2024. makes sense: kennedy died over 20 years ago, but he's still more life-like than mike pence ( laughter )
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now, shockingly, and i know-- ( applause ) shockingly, j.f.k. jr. did not show up in dallas yesterday afternoon, due to his chronic case of "not alive." but the qanon crowd didn't lose hope, because rumors began to circulate that j.f.k. jr. would instead appear at a concert by the rolling stones that evening. guys, come on. you can't always get what you want. ( laughter ) ( applause ) might find, you just might find, you get what you need... which is medication. so, the concert happened, and j.f.k. jr. was a no-show. some qanon believers walked away with a new theory about his father: that rolling stones guitarist keith richards
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is, in fact, president john f. kennedy. okay, that is crazy. president kennedy would be 104 years old, and keith richards is clearly way older than that. we'll be right back with andy cohen. come on! ♪ ♪ ♪ ( applause ) alright, here we go, miller in motion. wha — wait, wait, is that a... baby on the field?? it looks like it, craig. and the defensive linemen are playing peek-a-boo. i've never seen anything like that before. harris now appears to be burping the baby. that's a great moment right there. the ref going to the rule book here. what, wait a minute! harris is off to the races! d need an trickys. the ref going to the rule book here. t we could all use more wto save. dare u kiddin??ys. the ref going to the rule book here.
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( applause ) ♪ ♪ ♪ >> stephen: everybody, welcome back! here? we're doing it here? ( cheers and applause ) oh, ladies and gentlemen, that is fantastic. that is fantastic. ( cheers and applause ) hey, everybody, folks! ladies and gentlemen, oh, you're in for a treat as per usual. my guest tonight is a "new york times" bestselling author and the host of "watch what happens live." please welcome back to "the late show," my friend and yours, mr. andy cohen. ♪ ♪ ♪ ( applause )
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>> how you doing, man! >> stephen: i'm doing good. it's always good to see you, you ray of sunshine. you are, you're absolutely-- you're a delightful person. you're a great guest. you're a wonderful host. you're america's sweetheart, and you have been johnny-on-the-spot for me so many times. you always come in with a tremendous amount of energy and you always make things better. is there anything i can ever do for andy cohen? you name it, i'm there, my friend. >> i'll work on that. >> stephen: good luck collecting. >> actually, we did collect because i think the last time anderson and i were here we conned you into coming on your new year's show and doing a shot and you did. >> stephen: i did, i did a shot on your new year's show. so we're even. sorry but-- >> no, but -- >> stephen: we're even. we both host talk shows. >> yes, we do.
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>> stephen: they're different talk shows. >> a little. we cover the same topics. we do. >> stephen: yes, we do. countess luann. >> stephen: i have many opinions. >> i know you do. >> stephen: looking back over covid, because we both hosted from home for months and months and months. did you lean into professionalism, or did you let it all hang out, baby? >> what do you think? >> stephen: well, you come pre-hung out. >> yes, exactly. i leaned into the fact that i was at home. i was kind of slopping makeup on like this myself. >> stephen: you did your own makeup? >> i mean barely, barely. >> stephen: i did my own makeup. >> it was a disaster. i was-- there were shows where i would be doing them, and i was like, "is this a show? what am i doing?" there was one night that we realized the next day that i had left my stereo on for the entirety of the show. the grateful dead was playing in the background for the whole
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show. >> stephen: wow! >> yeah. nobody seemed to notice. >> stephen: did you clear all that music? because you have to get their permission. >> didn't clear the music. they can retroactively give me a call, i guess. ( laughter ). >> stephen: him, not me. >> yes. >> stephen: now, one of the reasons i like talking to you is that you keep things interesting. you don't worry about the things that you say. as i said, you let it all hang out there. have you always been that way, or is this the professional andie? like growing up, were you like that? were you a, i guess, troublemaker? >> i was a little bit of a ( bleep ). i don't know if i can say that on cbs. >> stephen: you cannot. >> yes, okay, very good. >> stephen: in case you want to know. the results are back in, and they're saying no. >> there's kind of a famous story in my family that i think really encapsulates who i was then and who i am now. we were having dinner one 90-- this is probably in the early 80s. and the dinner was-- it was starting to get a little
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mundane. it was boring -- >> stephen: just a normal dinner? >> yeah, just a family dinner, it was just a, whatever, tuesday night. and i think thinking, man, this is a little listless, this dinner. and i said, "wow, i can't believe richard nixon died today." and, now, richard nixon had not passed away -- >> stephen: how old were you? >> i was probably 10 or 11. and my -- >> stephen: that's a weird thing for a 10- or 11-year-old to use as a gag. >> it is! i wanted to spice up the vibe. and just see how my parents would react. my mom jumped up to turn the tv on. she turned it on. and i said, "just kidding." and then the whole conversation was, "what is wrong with you that you would think, "a," that that's funny. and "b," why would you--" i was like, "i just wanted to see what happened." >> stephen: i got to tell a room of people that nixon died actually. the night he died i was on stage at second city. >> wow. >> stephen: it's a two-hour show and there was an improv
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set, and i would take suggestion. i went backstage, and somebody was taking the suggestions, and i think it was steve carell. and went out and said, "ladies and gentlemen, president nixon has died." and they thought i was joking because it was on stage. and they saw on my face i wasn't. they made three sounds they went like this: ha-ha. oh... oh." that was the sound. >> i told this story before, but i was live after an episode of "the orange county housewives" one night, the night osama bin laden died, and i announced it because it happened moments before we went on the air. we were live. and i thought, you know, i worked, at cbs news for 10 years. i was like, it's my-- as a brafder -- >> stephen: it's your responsibility. >> i need to tell the people what is going on. and our audience didn't know how to-- this was, obviously, a great villain who had died. >> stephen: yes. >> there was some-- it was very
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odd and it was not-- i had alexis belino next to me, who was great "orange county housewives," who was referred to by her enemies as "jesus jugs." it was a very awkward affair. it's to youtube. >> stephen: why-- this is on me for not going-- why was she called by her enemies jesus jugs? >> obviously, you would have to ask tamara that, stephen. ( applause ) o>> stephen: could they turn water into wine? we have to take a quick break, andie. stick around. when i come back, i will ask andie about an encounter with meryl streep you'll want to know about. ( applause ) ♪ ♪ ♪ it was such a deal!
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( applause ) >> stephen: hey, everybody, we're back here with the author of "glitter every day," andy cohen. you have a new book. >> i do, thank you! >> stephen: the book is called "glitter every day: 365 quotes from i love." so this is a quote a day. >> it's a quote-a-day book. it's a celebration of women i love high to love, from my mother, to madonna, to malala. >> a woman is like a tea bag.
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you never know how strong it is until it is in hot water. >> great quote. >> stephen: absolutely. so who else is in here? >> oh, my gosh. my mom, madonna, malala, dorinda from the "new york housewives. >> stephen: malala, dorinda, very similar. >> all great women. >> stephen: is jesus jugs in here, too? >> she's not. >> stephen: that's too bad. how do people make the cut or not make the cut? what's your standard? >> i was making big lists of women that i love and erp we were looking for quotes that resonated to me. >> stephen: do you have a favorite quote in here? >> you know what i love-- i mean, there is-- there are so many. that eleanor roosevelt one is really great. there's a quote from "atlanta housewife" should, elaia whitfield, "who gonna check me, boo?" ( applause ) >> stephen: and that-- that is who? >> well, it's-- it's just a
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rhetorical question. it's just the ultimate clap-back. >> stephen: one more time, please? >> it's the ultimate clap-back. >> stephen: what is the quote again. >> it's "who gonna check me, boo?" >> stephen: not i. >> thank you. >> stephen: i shall never check you boo, but, boo, is a term of endearment. >> unless it ends that sentence. >> stephen: in which case it's like, "buldy." >> yes. >> stephen: i see. >> like wise guy. >> stephen: you there you go. you write in here about playing a game of is that raids with, among other people, and this is a harrowing group of people, meryl streep. >> yes, under the meryl streep quote-- i think she's in there a couple of times-- i rect i was at a party, a christmas party at the great, the late, great, natasha richardson's house, who was a dear friend of mine for years. and she put-- she was the greatest hostess ever.
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i mean, she put together the best groups with the best food that she made all of. and we were at a christmas party at her house, she typically would end her christmas parties with a game of charades, when we were all in our cups, as one might say. >> stephen: ton of fun. who are we talking? >> we're talking meryl streep, and ray fines and natasha and liam, and john benjamin hickey, and i believe stephen sondheim was there. >> stephen: what? >> it was a heady group. >> stephen: and you? >> and i am a poor actor. i cannot act. i am terrible, not great at charades, either. i was acting out, and i think that i called john hickey and asked him, and he said, i believe it was norah jones, and this tells you around the time this song came out, when this was. it was norah jones "don't know why i didn't come." yes. i think i was acting that out. and-- ( laughter ). >> stephen: i-- i would not mind seeing you act that out.
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>> well, i was not doing a great job. and meryl streep turns to john and says, "i don't know what he's doing, but i never want him to stop." which... ( applause ) is maybe the best review i'll ever get. >> stephen: sure. >> it's not a bad review. >> stephen: sure. is there-- is there one in here that-- do you quote yourself? do you-- >> i don't. i'm not a lady. >> stephen: i forgot. it's all women, i apologize. >> it's all women i loch. i don't quote myself. my mom is in there a few times. great quote from my mom when i came out to her. her response was, "i probably would have hated your wife, anyway." ( applause ) and you know what? she probably would have. >> stephen: that's really nice. that's a very sweet thing to say. >> it is, when you think about it. >> stephen: we have to take another break andie, but when we come back, ladies and gentlemen, andie is going to give you some tips on how to keep your thanksgiving dinner dramatic. stick around.
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we're back with the author of "glitter every day," andy cohen. you just announced-- this is a big move in andie world, which i've just coined. can i coin andie world. >> thank you, yes. >> stephen: is that "real housewives" is going international. >> yes, we are. >> stephen: where are you guys going? >> dubai. yes, billionaires' playground. >> stephen: first of all, should step one of world dominion? >> yes. >> stephen: world domination. >> world domination, this is it. >> stephen: have you already identified who these real housewives are? >> we have. we haven't announced the cast yet. >> stephen: you can't give us any hints? >> i cannot, no. >> stephen: not even a hint? what floor of the b the berge dy lve on? >> 120. >> stephen: the 15th
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versery of "house wives" is this year. you describe it as "sociological time capsules." >> yes. >> stephen: what do you mean? >> i think if you look back, especially at the early years when we looked back, when we had the "real housewives of orange county" in those early years. >> stephen: sure. >> you can look at those those and it was like sociology of the nouveau reach living in gated communities, how they behaved at certain times, how they dressed, how they interacted. and somewhere you could put them on a spaceship and just shock the stratosphere up there. >> stephen: holidays are coming up. >> yes. >> stephen: and you know drama and throwing wine in people's faces. can you give any advice on people who might be dealing with drama at the family table? >> my advice is lean into it. if if you have two people at the table who don't like each other, make the dinner interesting for everyone. say to them, "what's the issue?"
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you know what i mean? >> stephen: really? >> yes, absolutely! make it a dinner to remember! absolutely! >> stephen: so the vaccinated person next to the unvaccinated person. >> exactly, exactly! i love it. or just something simple like, you know, aunt trudy, did you think those pants were the becht choice for tonight? and why did you think that?" absolutely. >> stephen: because they're hundreds of thousandstooth. >> right. >> stephen: and it's very forgiving. >> i know. "aunt trudy, look at your tu cas in the pants. >> stephen: they would love me to wrap over there and i won't do it. >> good, screw with them. >> stephen: i won't do it. do people ever say to you over your shoulder, "you have to wrap it up? you have to wrap it up." >> i'm live so i do have to wrap it up. >> stephen: why? >> because i'm going to get booted off the air by a-- by the machine that cuts us off the air. >> stephen: is it robots? >> i don't know how it works, but, yes. i know they hit the wall -- >> stephen: it's always live?
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"watch what happens live" is always live? >> no, you've been on before when it's been on tape. >> stephen: so you're lying to the american people. >> no, i'm not. sometimes it's live. there are times i have been sipting with you, and i get so enchanted with you as you are with me right now. >> stephen: and you have a bar. >> what i love when you're at my show, you have truly walked out of my place legless. legless. >> stephen: i have, i have. because usually-- do you shoot more than one in an evening or something like that? >> some nights. >> stephen: because i get there, and i'm not the first guy, and there's bare in your dressing room. and i get-- i get-- i get my crunk on before i see you. and after i say, "what the ( bleep ) did i say to andie?" and i turn to kerry, our dear friend, my publicist. and i go, "what did i say? should i beg him to cut some of that? and she was like, "it was great." >> it always is. >> stephen: please have me back. >> please come back. maybe you'll come on our new
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year's show with me and anderson. >> stephen: i absolutely-- ( cheers and applause ) i, my friend, will be watching. >> oh! ♪ ♪ ♪ >> stephen: his book, "glitter every day," is available now. andy cohen, everybody! we'll be right back with a performance by thundercat. ♪ ♪ ♪ ( applause ) >> norman, are you concerned about trump's power over the republican party? or are you excited about how much water we'll save by maga voters exclusively going to the bathroom in na nancy pelosi's d? >> i am deeply disturbed. as a matter of fact, i find myself deeply disturbed about wither goest our america generally. i flew shifty missions and dropped bombs 35 times, or something, on german targets.
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and came back from the war and slowly began to wonder if we weren't taking ourselves too seriously, seeming like god's chosen. and i had the firm belief that we were all god's chosen.
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"dragonball durag" from his album, "it is what it is," with jon batiste, thundercat! ( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i feel kinda fly standin' next to you ♪ baby girl, how do i look in my durag? ♪ would you tell me the truth? stay with me ♪ and love me through the night, endlessly ♪ i'ma keep on all my chains when i'm makin' love to you ♪ hold me close and let me squeeze you tight through the ♪ night but, baby girl, ♪ how do i look in my durag?
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would you tell me the truth? ♪ do you like my new whip? watch me go zoom, zoom ♪ baby girl, how do i look in my durag? ♪ would you tell me the truth? (lie to me?) ♪ stay with me and love me through the night, ♪ endlessly i just wanna know how you feel ♪ tell me, am i doin' it right? ♪ i may be covered in cat hair, but i still smell good ♪ baby, let me know, how do i look in my durag? ♪ don't lie to me, let me rock you all night long ♪ i'm tryna impress you, girl let me know, ♪ how do i look in my durag? i'm tryna get intimate ♪ let me love you like you never been before, baby (ah, ah) (ah, ah, ooh-ooh)
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♪ you don't have to like my video games or my comic books ♪ but, baby girl, how do i look in my durag? ♪ did i tie it right? did you wear that dress just for 'cause i'm tryna smash ♪ baby girl, i'ma smash in my durag ♪ 'cause it's only right ♪ do you like the way my ice drips in the light? ♪ baby girl, do you like me in my durag? ♪ let me know would you let me know? ♪ let me know, girl let's make love until we fall ♪ asleep ♪ ♪ ♪
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i like the way you feel ♪ next to me
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baby, you look so good ♪ in this moonlight stay with me and love me through ♪ the night, baby let's make love until we fall ♪ asleep ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: thundercat, everybody! that's it for "the late show." tune in tomorrow when my guests will be billy porter and annaleigh ashford. james corden is next.
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