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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- kyle chandler, from "casual" actress, michaela watkins, a performance from broadway's "come from away," featuring the 8g band with matt frazier. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, i am seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. president trump visited the jewish holy site, the western wall in east jerusalem today. he also said the wall was the reason israel doesn't have any mexicans. [ laughter ] even brought out a tape measure.
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melania, how big is a mexico? [ laughter ] president trump said today he never mentioned the word "israel" as the source of intelligence about isis during a meeting with russian officials. dude, nobody said you did. [ laughter ] that's like if your wife said, "are you having an affair?" and you said, "i am not sleeping with jenna." [ laughter ] president trump was given an official welcome -- oh, sorry. president trump was -- one more time. [ laughter ] okay, great. will -- wally, will you admit there's a mistake on that cue card? >> yes, there is. >> seth: thank you, wally. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] wally! hey, wally! you [ bleep ] up buddy! [ laughter ]
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president trump was given an official -- oh. geez, that's on me. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] my fault, come on. my fault. sorry. sorry. i'm sorry about that. [ cheers and applause ] i always forget wally's half witch. [ laughter ] president trump was given an official welcome ceremony in saudi arabia this weekend where he was greeted with an honorary collar. as opposed to michael flynn who could soon be presented with an honorary anklet. [ laughter and applause ] commerce secretary wilbur ross reportedly fell asleep in the middle of president trump's 36 minute speech in saudi arabia this weekend. [ light laughter ] which, makes him the only person who has been able to sleep since trump took office. [ laughter and applause ]
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according to politico, first lady melania trump tracks the news of the day, and alerts president trump to stories that she thinks make him look bad. she's currently up to january 23rd. [ laughter and applause ] a navigation company recently added a donald trump voice to their gps app, and i don't think i need to tell you what map it uses. [ laughter ] turn right, you're about to hit a blue state. [ laughter ] a florida woman yesterday called 911 after getting trapped in a cvs after it closed. said the woman help, i'm trapped with all the basic necessities for life! what, i don't know, i guess i could last seven months? [ light laughter ] according to reports, a ridge on
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mount everest called the hillary step has collapsed making it potentially impossible to reach the summit. said one woman, i get it, okay, universe? i get it! [ light laughter ] the search for jurors in bill cosby's trial began today in pittsburgh where cosby will be tried in front of a jury of his peers. [ audience groans ] wait. the thing that bothers you about bill cosby right now is the sweaters? [ laughter ] you guys groaned at a bill cosby joke where the punch line was sweaters. okay. [ light laughter ] wally, i'm sorry, but i'm putting that one on you, too. yeah. [ light laughter ] and finally, a sinkhole opened today in front of president trump's mar-a-lago resort in florida. that story again. eric has escaped! [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a
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great show for you tonight. [ cheers and applause ] i'm so happy you're here. from the great netflix show, "bloodline." one of my favorites, kyle chandler is here, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] excellent actor. so happy he's joining us. she is the star of "casual" on hulu, our friend, michaela watkins is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and this -- i'm so excited about this, we have a performance from the hit broadway musical "come from away" tonight. [ cheers and applause ] it's going to blow you away when you see it. before we get to all of that, president trump has been on the first foreign trip of his presidency since friday, but even when he's abroad, he can't seem to escape the scandal that's been haunting him here at home. for more on this, it's time for "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: it's funny that you can almost feel that trump is out of the country. [ laughter ] it's like when you were in
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school and your bully was out with the flu, and he's out tomorrow, too? well, looks like i'll be wearing my dr. who t-shirt! [ light laughter ] and trump was probably just as glad to be getting away from it all on friday when he boarded air force one for his nine day trip to europe and the middle east. i mean he can finally sit back and relax on the flight. i mean, it's not like massive news is gonna break while he is in the air, right? >> major breaking news, the "new york times" reporting this afternoon that president trump told the russians last week during a meeting at the white house. that the firing of fbi director james comey eased pressure from the russia investigation. >> "washington post" is reporting that a current white house official is a significant person of interest in the investigation into the trump administration and trump campaign. >> sources now tell cnn that russian officials bragged about how close they were to michael flynn. >> we're learning the russians hoped to use their relationship with flynn to influence the new u.s. president.
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>> latest is from mcclatchy. they're reporting that the trump/russia probe now includes a possible cover up. >> seth: yeah, that dude's not coming back. [ laughter ] if he were smart, he'd put on a disguise, and slip into the crowd like hannibal lecter at the end of "silence of the lambs." [ light laughter ] i mean seriously, if you were trump, why would you ever come back here? he is under active investigation, with talks of impeachment growing louder by the day. meanwhile, in saudi arabia he got the kind of royal treatment he thinks he deserves. his face was projected on to the side of the ritz-carlton. he was received in a lavish welcoming ceremony on a red carpet. and the king of saudi arabia presented him with a literal gold medal. now to be fair, they gave that medal to bush and obama, too, but i wouldn't be surprised if trump started wearing it everywhere he goes. [ laughter ] oh this, yeah, i won "best present" at the desert olympics. [ laughter and applause ] the saudis -- the saudis even gave trump a sword as part of an
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elaborate ceremony in which trump participated in a traditional saudi sword dance and looked very uncomfortable. ♪ [ laughter ] >> seth: it's like watching your grandpa do the electric slide at a wedding, but with a deadly weapon. [ light laughter ] in fact, during this trip, the countries that will host trump have gone out of their way to coddle the notoriously temperamental president and do everything they can to make him feel at home. for example, before he left, the "associated press" reported that when trump sits down for dinner in saudi arabia, caterers have ensured that his favorite meal, steak with a side ketchup will be offered alongside the traditional local cuisine. first of all, whose favorite meal is a steak with a side of ketchup? [ light laughter ] is he a hobo from a cartoon? [ light laughter ] second of all, you're an adult, eat what they serve you. despite all the coddling the trip seems to be taking its toll on trump.
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for example, after trump made a mistake during a speech over the weekend, a senior white house official explained it by saying, "he's an exhausted guy." and to be fair, it's not like trump insisted repeatedly, on the campaign trail, that stamina was an important thing for a president. >> hillary clinton does not have the stamina, doesn't have the energy. doesn't have it. we've got so many problems in this country. i say she does not have the stamina to be a good president. she doesn't have the stamina. i said she doesn't have the stamina. and i don't believe she does have the stamina. to be president of this country, you need tremendous stamina. you have to be able to negotiate. that's right, with japan, with saudi arabia, you have so many different things you have to be able to do and i don't believe that hillary has the stamina. >> seth: sure, hillary doesn't have the stamina, but he is the energizer bunny. [ laughter ] after his high energy sword dance, his fitbit said, likely dead. [ laughter and applause ]
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now today, today trump moved on to israel with the first lady melania trump. and maybe they're just not used to spending this much time together. but watch melania's reaction when trump tries to take her hand. ♪ [ laughter ] she fully lebroned him. [ laughter ] i wish there was better audio so we could hear her say get that weak [ bleep ] out of here. [ laughter ] the dikembe finger. after trump arrived in israel, he made an appearance with the president of israeli and spoke about his trip to saudi arabia. but he seemed to forget that israel is in the middle east. >> my staff has been fantastic, and as you know, rex, our secretary of state has done an incredible job. we just got back from the middle east, we just got back from saudi arabia. >> seth: you just got back from the middle east. no wonder he thought middle east
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peace was so easy. he wasn't accounting for israel. [ light laughter ] what does he think the middle east is? i had a great weekend, we achieved peace between the saudis and the arabians. [ light laughter ] dance with swords, steak with ketchup, the whole thing. nonetheless, geographically slip ups and tarmac hand slaps are better than what is waiting for trump back in the u.s. where an investigation into his campaign's ties to russia is heating up. we already know that trump fired former fbi director james comey because of the russia investigation and know that trump asked comey to drop his investigation into former national security adviser michael flynn's contacts with russia. then on friday, there was this bombshell. >> just a short time after he left washington, word came out from the "new york times," about what the president said to two russian officials at the white house the day after he fired james comey. the paper, quoting the document, based on notes taken during the meeting in the oval office with president trump has the president saying, "i just fired the head of the fbi. he was crazy, a real nut job." >> seth: he's a real nut job?
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[ light laughter ] you live in a jewelry box in the sky and write your name on your plane so you don't forget where you parked. [ light laughter ] so there's now a record of trump telling the russians in a private meeting that he fired the fbi director to end the russia investigation. and now lawmakers and legal experts are using a very specific crucial phrase. >> if you just parse the words that donald trump says, it does seem very close to a confession of obstruction of justice. >> what the president did in firing james comey and then saying he did it to relieve pressure on himself because of the fbi investigation is a classic case of obstruction of justice. we no longer just have smoke. we have a raging ten alarm fire at the white house. >> seth: at this point an actual ten alarm fire at the white house would be an improvement. plus it would be fun to see who would just stay inside. sean, jump! i'm good, this is better. [ laughter and applause ] i like this more than my job.
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meanwhile, kellyanne conway would probably walk out naked like the mother of dragons. [ light laughter ] so not only is trump corrupt, he is incredibly naïve too. he actually thought firing the fbi director would take the pressure off. but of course if anything, the pressure seems to be increasing, and not just on trump. there's also his disgraced former national security adviser michael flynn who was under multiple investigations. and today we learned that flynn will plead the fifth, and refuse to cooperate with the russia probe. now, there are certainly non-nefarious reasons to invoke the fifth amendment. on the other hand, there are those who think if you plead the fifth amendment, you're definitely guilty. like this guy. >> she has people taking the fifth amendment like you see on the mob, right? you see the mob takes the fifth. if you're innocent, why are you taking the fifth amendment? when you have your staff taking the fifth amendment. taking the fifth, i think it's disgraceful. the guy who set up the server, remember him, and he pleaded the
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fifth -- he pleaded the fifth amendment, wait, what are we going to do with this guy? he pleaded the fifth. and that was the end. we never heard about him again. boy, i'll tell you. this is like a third world country, folks. >> seth: man, it's amazing. everything he does in office is contradicted by something he said on the campaign trail. [ light laughter ] next we're going to find an old trump tweet that says if your wife won't hold your hand, you're not fit to serve. [ light laughter ] so, trump is abroad, essentially being treated like a toddler by foreign leaders. and at home there's mounting evidence that he actively tried to obstruct justice, in the investigation of his russia ties. but we've still got a week until he comes back. so bust out those dr. who t-shirts and enjoy it while it lasts. this has been, "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with kyle chandler, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ court's in use bros, wait your turn.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. give it up for the 8g band right over there! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: also sitting in with us this week, he's the drummer from los angeles rock band, local natives, and their latest album, "sunlit youth" is available now. matt frazier is here everybody. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for being here, matt. >> thanks for having me. >> seth: you know our first guest from films like, "argo,"
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"zero dark thirty," and "manchester by the sea," as well as his emmy-winning turn as coach taylor on "friday night lights." the third season of his hit series "bloodline" begins streaming this friday on netflix. let's take a look. >> hello. >> john, i need you here. you've been avoiding my calls all night. stop it. you need to help the family. there's nothing more important than that. come home right now. tell me where you are. >> i can't. >> seth: please welcome to the show kyle chandler, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ how are you? >> i'm good, thank you. >> seth: i'm very, very happy to have you here. >> i'm glad to be here. that clip was -- i always wonder where the clips come from. >> seth: yeah.
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>> it's obvious why i couldn't tell where i was. i was in a bathroom. >> seth: yeah. you can't tell your mom you're in a bathroom. >> no, no. >> seth: congrats on this show. this is the third season. >> yes. >> seth: and for those who don't know, it's a really cool narrative device. you sort of jump back and forth in time. we get to know this family. it's a very nice mystery element to it, and -- so, season 2 sort of ended with you kind of running away from your problems. where do we pick it up in season 3? >> season -- season 3 brings -- it's -- i can't escape -- >> seth: yeah. >> the characters can't escape what they've done. it brings them back into their dark world, and the secrets are revealed, and it just gets deeper and deeper. the kesslers, todd and glenn kessler, and daniel zelman, they do a great job on this show. this is the last season, and people ask are you sad that it's over. i am, but at the same time it ends strong, and it's just a good -- it's a good 30 some episodes of work. >> yeah, and you knew going into the last season that it was the last season. >> yeah. >> seth: so everything -- i mean that must be nice. that must be nice freedom. >> which gave them, the writers,
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by the way, you have very good writers. >> seth: i do? thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm sure you write most of those jokes but -- >> seth: no, no, no, no they do most of the work, and they are very good but -- and i don't want to give you a hard time. nothing's worse than when people get, you know, full of themselves. >> i am well aware. >> seth: you saying that has really set me back. they probably won't even come in tomorrow. [ laughter ] >> alright. they're -- they -- the kesslers wrote that show very well, and they had the opportunity too, to finish it up strong. i'm very excited to see the last season, to see how it turns out. >> seth: you -- you are someone -- your character in the show has done a terrible thing, but you ultimately, you can argue he did it from a good place. >> yeah. >> seth: but it's a really terrible thing. i don't want to give it away. do you feel though that maybe it is just because you're a good guy, people seem to still root for your character? >> i find it very curious that people go, i love your character. [ laughter ] i'm like, "really? what the hell is going on here?" but yeah, they love me. they love all the dirty things i do. >> seth: yeah, there you go.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> seth: i mean, is there a chance, is there a chance they're giving this character some points for things coach taylor did and they're forgetting -- wait a second. [ laughter ] >> might be. >> seth: might be. >> might be. might be. >> seth: "friday night lights," i did not realize this, so you shot that show down in texas, and then over the course of the five seasons of that, you fell in love with texas and moved your family down there. >> that was a decision my wife and i doing a road trip across country, looked at everything. we decided that we wanted to make a move, and as we were literally driving in through the town that i live in now my wife, catherine, who is here somewhere. >> seth: oh great. >> she said that this looks like a nice little town, and there i have been for the next ten years. >> seth: wow that's fantastic. >> yeah. >> seth: congratulations. that's great. >> behind every dope, there's a good woman. >> seth: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] you did a film that took place in my neck of the woods. you did "manchester by the sea," which is fantastic. >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: congratulations on an amazing film. [ cheers and applause ] and i --
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i've always got my antenna up for bad boston accents, and i thought yours was great. >> oh good, thanks. >> seth: yeah, i really did. >> yeah. >> seth: but, then i didn't realize, there was a word that you had trouble with. >> that was the worst. >> seth: because you did -- you put the work in, right? >> yeah. no, i did. first i want to say hello to kenny lonergan. what a great guy. >> seth: oh yeah, incredible director, great writer. [ applause ] >> yeah. had great, you know, you go into these things, and i'm living in texas, grew up in georgia, boston accent, no, i'm not doing that project, but we had a great dialogue coach. but the one word that i couldn't get was furniture. [ laughter ] furniture. >> seth: yeah. >> every time i did furniture the dialect coach -- furniture. furniture. [ laughter ] >> seth: she'd throw off her headphones? >> yeah, no, i never got the furniture. >> seth: furniture. >> so everyone just watch the movie again and look for the furniture line. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah, and they -- and kenny wouldn't let you say, you know, couches or something. he wouldn't give you -- he wouldn't change it for you? >> oh no, no.
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>> seth: really? >> no. >> seth: cause, is that true about kenny, that he feels very like -- i mean he's a great writer, and does he just get the words, and say no, i need to you figure it out. >> i don't think i've ever worked with a director who more you saw his work on the screen of what he -- really incredible. one of the sweetest people, so glad to have been brought into that tight group, just great group of people, casey, michelle, all those people. that was a great experience, but no, he wasn't that type. >> seth: oh, that's nice. >> it was collaborative. he loves to rehears. we rehearsed a lot. that was an enjoyable process. >> seth: i guess he comes from a playwriting school. that must be part of it. >> the guy is -- the guy is really incredible. yeah, he knows -- >> seth: that's great. well, the work showed. it was a fantastic film. >> yeah, thanks. >> seth: you have two daughters. correct? your lovely wife you mentioned, so you are -- you live with three women. >> yeah. >> seth: i've heard you mention that maybe there are things, television shows that get watched in your home that you would not have chosen to watch. >> oh yeah.
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>> seth: yeah, okay. >> yeah. >> seth: and is there anything that's won you over? is there anything that you would not have watched that thanks to women in your life you are a fan of? >> you know, sometimes you just got to "say yes to the dress." [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> i'll tell you another one, "face off." >> seth: "face off?" >> the makeup. you know they do the -- >> seth: oh, okay. >> that's a good one. >> seth: yeah. >> that's a really good one. >> seth: see, i don't -- i'm the same way, where there are shows that my wife watches that i say i'm not a fan of, and then they come on, and i'm sort of relieved. >> what's that? >> seth: well, again, like, it's important, i think it is important as society to keep up with the kardashians. [ laughter ] >> oh yeah, yeah. >> seth: you just want to know. cause otherwise you don't know what they're up to, you're behind the times. >> it's just important to keep the kleenex nearby. >> seth: yeah. well, "say yes to the dress." that's the real -- i mean -- >> well. >> seth: i mean, yeah. >> it's get you that feeling. say, yes! [ laughter ] it's great. >> seth: growing up, i've heard you could say that your life was like "best in show," the dog show.
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>> yeah. >> seth: was your mom -- did your mom show dogs? >> my mother and father -- first piece of furniture they bought was a great dane. >> seth: first piece of what? >> furniture. >> seth: what? >> furniture. furniture. >> seth: furniture, yeah, thank you. [ laughter ] >> but, yeah, they ended up -- they ended up -- my mom wanted to be a vet when she was a kid, she graduated syracuse and couldn't be a vet for whatever reason. so the next best thing she wanted horses, she went to a great dane. they had great danes, and they ended up showing great danes and raising great danes, and they had a kennel, very successful, sold them around the world. >> seth: how much were the great danes -- how much do they weigh? like, what's a great dane? >> they're pretty damn big. >> seth: yeah, over 100 pounds, right? >> yeah, yeah i think so. they're very big. as a kid, they're a lot to clean up after. [ laughter ] so -- >> seth: yeah. i guess it's as -- yeah, it's basically as close as you can come to a horse in the house. >> yeah, exactly. exactly, but it was the best in show. so we would travel around the country as i was a little kid to different regions, and there would be different -- always different kids in those regions. hey, there's so and so, but it
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was just like when that movie came out, there are so many truths to that movie -- >> seth: yeah. >> it was similar to when i was growing up. very strange, you know, animal people. >> seth: yeah. >> they're all whack. [ laughter ] >> seth: do you have dogs now? >> i do. i have three dogs. >> seth: three dogs. >> we had four. one just went away. >> seth: yeah, we don't need the details. >> it's a horrible story. but every time i come home, i leave and when i come home it's like where did the fourth dog come from, and there's always a new dog because my wife likes to collect dogs. >> seth: oh really? does that make you loathe to take work that brings you out of -- >> it makes me a little fearful to come home and find out what's going to happen. yes, we've got animals. >> seth: all right. well that's a good way to go. thank you so much for being here. congrats on the show. >> hey, nice to meet you. >> seth: hey, nice to meet you too. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> seth: really appreciate it. kyle chandler, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] third season of "bloodline," begins streaming this friday on netflix. we'll be right back with michaela watkins. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. our next guest is a talented actress and comedian who stars in hulu's hit series "casual." the third season premiers tomorrow. let's take a look. >> sorry about the ashes. >> his last words to me were, "sorry we weren't closer, but maybe it's for the best." what is that? that's not closure. that's something you say to a stranger. >> seth: please welcome to the show michaela watkins, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: thank you for being here! >> oh, thank you for having me. >> seth: i'm so glad you came out. but is it true that you are a nervous flyer? >> yes, i am. so, you know, it is just that's
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the way some people are. >> seth: that's fine. i wasn't judging you. >> we can't all be well-adjusted wonderful flyers. >> seth: how does it manifest itself, your nerves? >> um -- you know, just usually like -- like terror -- [ laughter ] and like, you know, you turn to a stranger, and you say can you talk to me about anything right now? >> seth: oh. >> yeah. >> seth: so the person next to you at the end of the flight would be able to say you are a bad flyer? >> they would for sure. >> seth: okay. >> agree with my assessment of my flying. >> seth: how quickly into a flight would they know? >> they'd know as soon as i sat down and they saw me being like, "is it too -- i'm sorry when you come by, could you bring a double vodka? [ laughter ] >> seth: congratulations on the show. >> oh, thank you so much. >> seth: it is a wonderful show. you play a divorced mother who is now sort of back in the dating scene. it is very funny but it's also dramatic. do you enjoy doing a little of both? >> yes, i do. that clip was very dramatic. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> i do. i enjoy doing both. but you know it's like uses both sides. it's fun. it's like a very fulfilling
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show. it's a very sexy show. you know, i get intimate with a lot of people. >> seth: you do. it's very sexy. you get intimate with a lot of people. >> i know. and you're thinking, like, well, of course, michaela watkins would do that show. because when you think sexy lady on the tv set, you're immediately like, "oh, michaela!" so -- >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> and so they were like, all the producers were like, "for sure her because --" that is going to -- everybody is going to be like yes. [ laughter ] her naked with a lot of people. and then, like, this season was weird. because usually -- this is the third season. >> seth: yeah. >> but the first two seasons, i worked -- because nobody asked me to be naked until i hit my 40s. [ laughter ] and so i started, like, eating really healthy. and, you know, i got a trainer and did the whole thing. and then this season, like, this idiot, sorry, this man -- [ laughter ] became president, and -- >> seth: uh-huh. [ laughter ] >> and i didn't care about how i
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looked any more. >> seth: oh, gotcha. >> yeah. so, like -- >> seth: so you sort of, like, post-election, like, maybe would have an extra -- >> like lena dunham lost all this weight and that was the headline and i gained all of hers. >> seth: okay. >> and then i went to go shoot the third season and i was like, "i don't care. this is who i am. i am in my 40s, this is what women look like. we're taking it back." and then -- [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: yeah. absolutely. >> thank you. i really needed that. [ laughter ] no, but thank you. so then the show gave me this wonderful present which was his name is -- chase crawford. >> seth: yeah. >> do you know who that is? >> seth: i do what chase crawford is. >> yeah. >> seth: and he is an excellent looking person. >> yes. i don't know if he was born that way or if he works at it. >> seth: probably a little of both. >> yeah, maybe. >> seth: yeah. >> so, either way they were like, "but you're going to be intimate with this person."
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and i was like, "great!" >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] but that's one of the thing's in the show is, like, you get to -- your sexy scenes are with a lot of younger actors. >> you know, people don't know this but there are lot of young dudes out there who lie about their age to be with older women. >> seth: they lie up. >> yeah. they lie up. nobody told me that when i was, like, having a full panic attack in my 30s. >> seth: yeah. >> nobody said don't worry, you're going to get all the young guys you want. [ laughter ] nobody said that. and so instead, you know, i just, like, weirdly panicked. now i'm fine. everything's fine. >> seth: does your family watch a show that has this amount of sex in it? >> um -- >> seth: like parents and stuff? >> i mean, they're not like -- they don't look for shows that have this amount of sex in it. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> do they watch my show? [ laughter ] >> seth: that's what i meant. how do they consume your show considering as we've established -- >> i -- you know there is. it's like nobody wants to think of their -- like when i'm
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shooting these scenes i'm not like, "i wonder what mother will think." [ laughter ] but, you know -- >> seth: you do that carol burnett thing every time. >> yeah. you just pull your ear. you do that. at every sex scene. >> hey, family. [ laughter ] i do tell them, i gave them a cheat sheet. the first couple seasons i was like, "okay in the seventh episode, in minute, whatever, 22, go make a sandwich, you know." [ laughter ] good time for a potty break. go do that. and of course, like, everybody in my family is like, "watched your show. it was great. really wonderful. saw all of it." and so i was like, "you know what, it's your psyche, it's your problem. >> seth: yeah, i'm not worrying about this. >> seth: i know one of the other election changes you made in your life was you bought a dog. can you explain how the election -- >> but we didn't buy the dog. we adopted a dog. >> seth: okay. >> only a real cretin would buy a dog. [ laughter ] no, i did. i had to. because for the first time and really the only time in my life, i was very envious of people who had newborns.
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because they had something the had to focus on and keep alive. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> and instead i was just -- i was looking at twitter and having a nervous breakdown. so i was like, "oh, that's how we're going to die?" and so -- [ laughter ] i was like, "okay." i'm gonna -- you know. i said to my husband, i was like, "i'm not good. i'm not good over here. [ laughter ] i need to walk something. i need to clean up its mess." and so we got a dog. [ light laughter ] actually, we went to look for a dog and we decided that because i'm very busy and because i am a dog lover, i knew that i would be too busy to have a dog. because it is a huge obligation and responsibility. >> seth: sure. >> so he said okay, okay. but my husband knows me and he loves me. and so he went anyway. and i called him and said, "honey, where are you?" he said, "i'm on my way home. do me a favor." i said, "yes?" he said, "go in my laundry hamper, and find a really dirty t-shirt --" and i was like, "mm-hmm."
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[ laughter ] and he said, "rub it on the cat and meet me in the basement." [ laughter ] i was like, "can you start from the beginning?" [ laughter ] and he said, "honey, honey, i'm coming home. go in my hamper, get a dirty t-shirt, rub it on the cat, meet me in the basement." and i said, "okay. i like -- i think i like where this is going. can i have more details?" that's okay. he's like, "honey, honey." and i go, "wait." did you?" and he goes, "honey, honey, go in my hamper. get a t-shirt! rub it on the cat! meet me in the basement." you know, so i did and of course our dog was there. >> seth: what did you name it? >> his name is -- don't laugh. my dog's name is jeff. [ laughter ] which, think -- i mean, it's like -- it is a good name. >> seth: yeah.
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>> my husband is name is fred so -- [ laughter ] so he's got a dog name. [ laughter ] my dog has a husband name. [ laughter ] everybody's happy. but yeah. it is so funny. people come over, they're like, "hello, jeff. nice to meet you." [ laughter ] >> seth: you should have gave her a last name, like, "this is jeff markinson." thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. >> seth: it's so great to see you. >> so good to see you. >> seth: congratulations on the show. michaela watkins, everybody. the third season of "casual" premieres tomorrow on hulu. we'll be right back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you should masterpass that, now. hey dude. xxxxl she wants her fruit chews. masterpassed. i masterpassed it.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back. now i'm not sure but are you guys familiar with these dog shaming websites? what they are is people will take a picture of their dog looking guilty next to a little sign that says what the dog did. here's an example. i ate my daddy's $300 sunglasses. [ light laughter ] pretty cute. right? here's another one. i enjoy digging the flower beds up and eating mulch because i'm bored. [ laughter ] adorable. but these are minor offenses. after searching around the internet, we found some websites featuring dogs that have done much, much worse things. we'd like to show them to you now in a segment we call call "extreme dog shaming." ♪ >> seth: extreme indeed. let's take look at our first dog. aw. [ audience aws ] adorable. i can't imagine he'd do anything too bad. my ringtone is "uptown funk." [ laughter ] don't do that, bad dog.
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who's next? look at this little fur ball. what did he do? i initiate conversations on airplanes. [ laughter ] bad dog. let's look at our next one. good little mutt. what did you do? when it rains in new york, i open my big umbrella, carry it really low, and just keep on texting. [ cheers and applause ] bad dog. who's next? look at this little feller. [ audience aws ] i get drunk at my son's little league games. [ laughter ] bad dog. who's up next? aw. [ audience aws ] this looks like a good guy. i hired my puppies to important positions within my administration, despite their total lack of qualification. [ cheers and applause ] no. no. who's next? what did this girl do? i'm addicted to botox. [ laughter ] i'm not sure that's what it
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would look like but -- who's up next? aw. [ audience aws ] this guy couldn't have done anything too bad. i keep telling my black friends how much i liked "get out." [ laughter ] bad dog. who's next? what did you do? during my congressional hearing, i failed to disclose several meetings with a siberian husky. [ applause ] bad dog. yes. yes. last one. oh, wait a minute, this is my dog, frisbee. frisbee, what did you do? whenever i hear seth say it is time for a closer look, i step on the remote, switch to "night line." [ laughter ] i understand that's a quality program. [ cheers and applause ] that was "extreme dog shaming." we'll be right back with a performance from broadway show "come from away." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: the new broadway musical "come from away" tells the remarkable true story of when 38 planes and 7,000 passengers were diverted to the small newfoundland town of gander when u.s. air space was closed on september 11, 2001. nominated for seven tony awards including best musical. "come from away" is about what happened when the town's folk opened their homes to strangers, and everyone's lives were changed forever. now here to perform "welcome to the rock," please welcome the cast of "come from away." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> on the northeast tip of north america, on an island called newfoundland, there's an airport. it used to be one of the biggest airports in the world, and next to it is a town called gander. everybody knows everybody else, and everybody in this room has a story about how they started that day.
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♪ welcome to the rock if you come from away you'll probably understand about half of what we say ♪ ♪ they say no mans an island but an island makes a man especially when one comes from one ♪ ♪ like newfoundland welcome to the rock ♪ >> that morning i'm in the classroom. it's our first day back and the school buses are on strike so i'm covering for annette who's running late. >> sorry beulah, how's the kids? >> not exactly thrilled to be inside on such a gorgeous day, so, i told them we'd only have a half day this morning, and they were quite pleased, until i told them we'd have the other half in the afternoon! ♪ welcome to the wildest weather that you've ever heard of where every one is nicer ♪ ♪ but it's never nice above welcome to the farthest place you'll get from disneyland fish and chips ♪ ♪ and shipwrecks this is newfoundland welcome to the rock an islander ♪ ♪ i am an islander i'm an islander i am an islander i'm an islander ♪ i am an islander i'm an islander i am an islander ♪ >> that morning i'm in my car.
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the kid's cross airport boulevard to get to school, and that time of day people are in a little bit of a rush to get to work and stuff, so normally i sit there and run my radar. and if they're speeding, i'll stop them and write out a warning ticket. i'll write s-t-h-d. slow the hell down! ♪ welcome to the land where the winters try to kill us and we said we will not be killed ♪ ♪ welcome to the land where the waters try to drown us and we said we will not be drowned ♪ ♪ welcome to the land where we lost our loved ones and we said we will still go on ♪ ♪ welcome to the land where the winds try to blow and we said no ♪ >> that morning i dropped my kids off at school and head to the spca where i'm greeted by my other kids, all barking and meowing for breakfast, and a belly rub, not that i'm complaining, i love them, but by the time feeding is done i got to get back up to pick up my human kids so i take just one second for myself and i'm sitting in my car.
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>> i'm sitting in the staff room. >> i'm in the library. >> and i turned on the radio. >> i'm running my radar when bonnie comes by. she pulls up and she's waving at me like mad, so i rolled down my window and she says -- >> oz, turn on the radio. >> slow it down bonnie. >> oz, turn on your radio. ♪ you are here at the start of a moment on the edge of the world where the river meets the sea ♪ ♪ here on the edge of the atlantic on an island in between there and here ♪ ♪ i'm an islander i am an islander i'm an islander there and here ♪ ♪ i am an islander i'm an islander i am an islander i'm an islander ♪ ♪ there and here i am an islander i'm an islander i am an islander ♪ ♪ i'm an islander i am an islander ♪ ♪ welcome to the fog welcome to the trees
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to the ocean and the sky and whatever's in between ♪ ♪ to the ones who left you are never truly gone our candle's in the window and the candle's always on ♪ ♪ when the sun is coming up and the world has come ashore if you're hoping for a harbor than you'll find ♪ ♪ an open door in the winter from the water through whatevers in the way to the ones who have ♪ ♪ come from away we say welcome to the welcome to the welcome to the♪ ♪ welcome to the welcome to the welcome to the welcome to the ♪ ♪ the rock ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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band-aid® brand. stick with it™ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: my thanks to kyle chandler and michaela watkins. one more time for the cast of "come from away!" [ cheers and applause ] matt frazier, 8g band stay tuned for carson daly. we'll see you tomorrow! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ >> carson: good evening, and welcome to the show. i'm carson daly, and here's what we've got coming your way tonight on "last call." in our spotlight, it's all about "pretty little liars" actress troian bellisao. for r


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