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>> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- danny mcbride, from "odd mom out", actress and writer jill kargman. music from living colour, featuring the 8g band with elaine bradley. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. [ cheers and applause ]
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and looking at him, i'd say the street won. [ laughter and applause ] "i'll see you next time." [ laughter ] after president trump struck a deal with democrats to increase the debt ceiling, he tweeted on friday, quote, "republicans sorry, but i have been hearing about repeal and replace for seven years, didn't happen." wow, that's shocking. donald trump said sorry. [ light laughter ] thousands of students in houston returned to school today after a two-week delay caused by hurricane harvey. but don't worry, kids, no matter how much school you miss, you can still be secretary of education some day. [ laughter and applause ]
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former white house aide sebastian gorka predicted today there will be another shake-up in the white house staff before christmas. oh, you think so, nostradamus? [ light laughter ] people leave the white house so often, they are reusing the same good-bye cake. [ light laughter ] "good luck out there, reince. okay, scrape off the icing and write in mooch." [ light laughter ] according to the "new york times", before taking office, president trump changed his party affiliations at least five times. if you are surprised by that, i can think of three people who aren't. [ light laughter ] [ applause ] in an interview yesterday, hillary clinton said that she will not pursue the presidency again in 2020. well, what she actually said was, "i'm not waiting that long!" [ laughter ]
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that's right, hillary clinton said that she will not pursue the presidency again in 2020. time to let some young up and comers have their day. [ laughter and applause ] apple will unveil the new iphone 8 tomorrow and there are already rumors about the new features the phone will have, like a front facing camera, face scanning technology and wireless charging. here are a few other new features we suspect the iphone 8 might have. ♪ >> seth: rotary dial! [ light laughter ] free 30-second warrantee. when you read news about north korea, siri goes, "shh, it's going to be okay." [ laughter and applause ] instead of being password protected, it's protected by an ancient riddle. [ light laughter ] a group chat that doesn't include debra. headphone jack replaced with a guy named jack who sings your
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music to you. [ light laughter ] automatically deletes voicemail, 'cause ain't no one listening to that [ bleep ]. [ laughter and applause ] automatically hides your porn in the stocks app. [ laughter and applause ] pre-lost headphones. and finally, new and improved spell chuck. so get in line now for the new iphone 8. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: horror movie "it" broke september box office records, earning over $123 million in north america. because if we've learned anything this past year, it's that terrifying clowns get great ratings. [ laughter and applause ] today was national make your bed day, so if you see a rumpled pile of sheets that look like it'd been slept in, that's steve bannon. [ laughter ] [ applause ]
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and finally today is national hot cross bun day, while national man bun day is still never. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show for you tonight. [ cheers and applause ] from "vice principals" on hbo, he's a fantastic guy, a very funny man. danny mcbride is on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] here to chat about the season finale of bravo's "odd mom out", the wonderful jill kargman is here, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] and we'll have music from rock icons and one of our favorites here, living colour is on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] so, you're here on a good night. before we get to all that, as his administration deals with the aftermath of hurricane irma, president trump is also dealing with a brewing storm within his own party over his decision to strike a funding deal with democrats. prompting an absurd new round of punditry over whether donald trump is actually a republican. for more on this, it's time for "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> seth: hurricane irma began its assault on florida this weekend, which meant it was time for the flapping rain jackets of cable news to take to the air waves to try and describe wind and rain. >> it feels like you are being blasted with a fire hose. >> it feels not like raindrops, but like metal beads, millions of them, just hitting your body at the same time. >> if you think of what a really severe sandstorm feels like, that's what it feels like. it hurts. >> i feel like i'm feeling the backwash of a jet engine. >> seth: just imagine a whole cup of water, but not all at once, just little random droplets of it hitting your body, but way harder than you're used to. [ laughter ] and then of course, they reiterated the wise advice of local officials. >> we have seen a couple of people that have actually been out on the beach despite the warnings that they should not be out here. >> and there goes somebody who really shouldn't be out here. >> tourists should not be out here. >> they certainly shouldn't be
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out here. >> seth: you should not be out there! [ laughter and applause ] i mean, who wants to see anderson cooper soaking wet? oh, a lot of people? okay. [ laughter ] men and women, all right. [ cheers ] and now -- and now i'm realizing i do, too. so, that was stupid. forget i said that. there were, however, a few bright spots. for one thing, there were the heroic acts of first responders rescuing people in the storm. now you think applauding the bravery of emergency responders, like the coast guard, would be one of the easiest things a president could do. but even that it seems is too much to ask of donald trump, who praised the coast guard yesterday by saying this -- >> a group that really deserves tremendous credit is the united states coast guard. what they have done -- i mean they were -- they are going right into that and you never know. you know, when you go in there, you don't know if you're going to come out. they are -- they are really -- if you talk about branding, no brand has improved more than the united states coast guard. [ audience ohs ] >> seth: branding? what are you talking about?
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the coast guard doesn't need to improve their brand. they're the coast guard. [ light laughter ] they're not arby's. [ light laughter ] they're not a bunch of people sitting around a board room table going, "okay, look, people hate the coast guard. we need some razzle-dazzle. no idea is a bad idea! yes, thompson?" "what if they tried rescuing people during a hurricane?" "that's a freaking great idea!" [ laughter and applause ] and then -- then, there were the floridians themselves who weathered the storm and in some cases, knew more about what was going on than the reporters. just watch this interview a fox news reporter did yesterday with an extremely well informed resident of miami beach. >> what do you think about the storm, the power, the ferocity and the risk to your safety at this point? >> well, at this point i'm very relieved to discover that as we speak the eye of the storm is practically due south of us by 220 miles. >> yeah. >> okay. because it's crossing the 80th meridian, which is 80 degrees west longitude. so i'm not -- i'm not so worried, because it's so far away.
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and it's bearing as of 8:00 p.m. >> westbound. >> well, not just westbound. it was 275 degrees. [ laughter ] that's only 115 above due west toward true north. >> is he right? >> so this thing is moving and has been moving in a very westerly direction. and because it's several hundred miles south, the risks are -- >> less and less. >> i'm not worried. i don't think it's going to get much worse than what we are seeing right here. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: look at that reporter. he looks like he just lost a rap battle. [ laughter ] that answer was amazing to everyone but her, because you know she'd heard it already. [ laughter ] she probably suggested they go outside so the wind would drown him out. 80th meridian. yeah, that's amazing, honey. let's go for a walk. then they walk outside and she's like, "is that reporter asking him about the storm? mother[ bleep ]." [ laughter and applause ]
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unfortunately, not everyone was as well informed as that guy. yesterday, in the midst of the storm president trump's director of social media, dan scavino, who has repeatedly attacked reporters and accused them of spreading fake news, tweeted a video of what he said was flooding in miami international airport. now, it was an intense scene, so the tweet had a lot of replies. including this one, from miami international airport that said, "this video is not from miami internation airport." [ laughter ] wow, you know you're bad at your job when even airports are correcting you. [ light laughter ] it's almost as bad as the time laguardia tweeted at trump, "you are the laguardia of presidents." [ laughter and applause ] this pretty much sums up the m.o. of the trump presidency. attack the media for saying things that are true, then repeat something you saw on the internet that's fake. the same thing is happening with climate change. the evidence shows that the effects of climate change, including warmer waters and sea level rise, are making these kinds of extreme weather events
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worse. and yet, the head of the environmental protection agency, scott pruitt, says now is not the time to talk about it. telling cnn to have any kind of focus on the cause and effect of the storm versus helping people were actually facing the effects of the storm is misplaced. to discuss the cause and effect of these storms, there is a place and time to do that. it's not now. that's like crashing your car into a telephone pole and telling the cops, "this is not the time to talk about my drinking problem." [ light laughter ] so if now's not the time, then when is the time? because something tells me donald trump isn't making a lot of time in his schedule to discuss climate change. i'm pretty sure his schedule is already full. [ laughter and applause ] now trump's climate change denials is one of many areas where he's in lockstep with most of the republican party. it's a useful reminder of how close trump is to the rest of his party, especially after a week in which he seems to be cozying up to democrats. trump stunned republicans last week by cutting a deal with democratic leaders, chuck schumer and nancy pelosi,
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to life the debt limit and keep the government funded for threes months. and just to give you an idea of how unhappy republicans were with the president's sudden friendship with the democrats, look at mitch mcconnell's face during their meeting with trump in the oval office last week. he looks like he just saw a fellow ghost. [ laughter ] that's what the michelin man would look like if you let all the air out. [ light laughter ] congressional republicans were stunned by trump's deal with the democrats. watch how flustered ohio congressman, jim jordan was when he was asked on sunday why republicans were not able to come up with a plan to convince trump to side with them. >> unfortunately there wasn't any good options presented to the -- i learned a long time -- my background is in the sport of wrestling. you don't -- you don't prepare, you're not going to -- you don't do the -- the preparation and go to -- we didn't even have a practice to figure out what we were going to do. >> seth: your background is wrestling? [ light laughter ] based on that eloquent answer, i had you pegged for the debate team. [ laughter ] what did you wrestle, words? to be fair -- to be fair to
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jordan, defending trump would make anyone's brain melt. you see, the president is his own -- there are situations where -- either path -- i'm a dog guy and we have got a golden retriever and -- i have nothing. [ light laughter ] and now trump's hostility to certain republicans in congress, like senators john mccain and jeff flake has gop leaders worried ahead of next years midterms. texas senator john cornyn expressed hope over the weekend that trump would reconcile with them. "hopefully the president recognizes it's in his best political interest to have as many republicans in the senate as possible. i think he can count." are you sure about that? remember, he thinks this is 1.5 million people. [ laughter and applause ] so trump had one deal with democrats to keep the government open to avoid financial chaos and now all of a sudden, there is a rush of praise from the media, crowning him as america's first independent president, including headlines in the "new york times," "associated press" and "washington post." can we stop with this absurd talking point? donald trump is not an independent. the only thing he's independent of is reality.
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whether it is his views on climate change, immigration, race, taxes, education or national security, he's proven time and again, that he's a republican. the gop is now totally and completely the party of trump. hillary clinton summed it up this way in an interview with cbs, where she described her decision to attend the inauguration and trump's bleak inaugural address. >> so there i was on the platform -- you know, feeling like an out of body experience. and then his speech, which was a cry from the white nationalist gut. >> seth: that's right. it was a cry from the white nationalist gut. and unfortunately for us, there is a lot of gut. [ light laughter ] and this is something, to her credit, that hillary clinton saw it coming. just over a year ago, she gave a speech on the rise of white nationalism and the alt-right. and on sunday, we saw more of what she was warning us about when former trump advisor, steve bannon, slithered out from under his rock and gave an interview to "60 minutes."
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and he responded to hillary's alt-right speech from august of last year with this absurd comment. >> her very first speech when she came off the beach was nonsense. and this goes to something i -- i want to address with you. hillary clinton is not very bright. everyone says she's so smart, so much smarter than donald trump. >> seth: yeah. everybody is right. [ laughter ] of course hillary clinton is smarter than donald trump. she's a graduate of yale law, a former senator and secretary of state. meanwhile, i'm pretty sure trump thinks frederick douglas was in boyz ii men. [ laughter and applause ] "i hear he's getting recognized more and more. i just saw him in that new geico commercial." bannon also used the "60 minutes" interview to announce that he would be an unabashed supporter of trump's agenda outside the white house. going to war with the gop establishment on trump's behalf. >> i'm a street fighter. that's what i am. >> you're more than that. >> nah, i think -- i think i'm a street fighter. by the way, i think that's why donald trump and i get along well. donald trump is a fighter. great counter puncher. great counter puncher. he's a fighter. i'm going to be his wing man outside for the entire time.
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>> seth: and to be fair, bannon would make a great wing man in the sense that literally anyone would look like a catch standing next to him. "hi there, i'm donald trump." "no thank you -- oh, god! i'm sorry, donald was it?" [ laughter and applause ] bannon tried to prove his credentials as trump's strongest ally, by recounting the weekend the infamous "access hollywood" tape came out, when several republicans, including those close to trump, tried to urge him to drop out, while bannon advised him to double down. >> did you lose confidence of anybody because they came to you at that point and said, "look he ought to get out of the race," other than reince priebus? i mean, did your attitude toward those people who've said that -- you're just wrong. >> absolutely. billy bush saturday to me is a litmus test. when you side with him, you have to side with him. and that's what billy bush weekend showed me. billy bush saturday showed me who really had donald trump's back. >> well, you took names on billy bush sunday didn't you? >> i did. christie because of billy bush weekend and -- was -- was not
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looked at for a cabinet position. >> he wasn't there for you on billy bush weekend, so therefore he doesn't get a cabinet position. >> i told him the plane leaves at 11:00 in the morning. if you're on the plane, you're on the team. didn't make the plane. >> seth: why do they keep saying billy bush weekend? it's not a holiday. [ laughter ] "gather around, children. can you hear it? it's the sound of the 'access hollywood' bus. billy bush weekend is here. tick tacks for everyone!" [ laughter ] "we celebrate billy bush saturday. what about you?" "oh, we're a billy bush sunday family." [ light laughter ] as much as the republican establishment may resist, the gop is now very much the party of steve bannon and donald trump. they have had plenty of chances to dump him and they haven't. not after firing comey, not after charlottesville and certainly not after -- >> billy bush weekend. >> seth: this has been, "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with danny mcbride. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ the all new 2018 camry. toyota. let's go places. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. please give it up for the 8g band right over there. [ cheers and applause ] also sitting in with the 8g band this week, she's from the utah-based band neon trees, whose new single "feel good" is
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out now. please welcome back to the show, our friend, elaine bradley, everyone. thank you, elaine. [ cheers and applause ] so happy to have you. our first guest tonight is a very funny actor and writer who you know from "eastbound & down" and such films as "pineapple express", "tropic thunder", and "this is the end." the second season of his hbo series, "vice principals", premieres sunday night. let's take a look. >> white toast as well, gail. i'd like white toast. not that much of it. >> take your plate. >> you can't wait to get my ass out of here, can you? have some compassion for god's sake. an assassin's bullet took my dignity, my job, and my legs. >> you have legs, neil. working legs. you just choose -- all right. all right. >> seth: please welcome to the show danny mcbride, everybody. [cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> seth: it's so good to see you, my friend. >> it's great to see you, seth. i feel like it's been a while. >> seth: it has been a while. i feel like we see each other sort of intermittently over the last few years. but we met a decade ago now -- >> yes. >> seth: on the set of the film "hot rod." the andy samberg -- >> wonderful film in vancouver. >> seth: in vancouver. [ cheers ] we spent a summer together in vancouver. >> yes, yes. you were up there trying to save the film, right? put more jokes into it. >> seth: i was doing -- i was trying to put more jokes into it. i got, like, two jokes in over the course of a summer. >> i knew which jokes were yours. >> seth: thank you, very much. >> they were the good ones. >> seth: oh, thank you. [ light laughter ] it was a great summer. i really enjoyed it. and you had been -- i remember the guys, the lonely island guys had found you from this fantastic independent film, "foot fist way." >> yeah, yep. >> seth: but this was your first studio film. your first big film. >> yeah, this was the first film i had ever participated in where i wasn't paid in a case of beer and a quarter of weed. [ laughter ] it was the first real paycheck. it was incredible. >> seth: and did you prefer that to the beer and the weed? >> you know, it goes back and forth, you know. [ light laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> there's more stakes on it, you know, when you get a paycheck. >> seth: yeah.
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you were not at the premier of "hot rod" though. i remember us going, and you and bill hader could not make it to that. >> yeah, we were riding high off of the success of "hot rod" and we were -- bill and i were both in "tropic thunder." >> seth: a fantastic film as well. >> yeah. that was fun. we were in kauai and we were going to miss the premiere of "hot rod." we were really bummed because we, you know that film was so special for all us. we really did love working on that film. and bill and i were like, "why don't we just crack some beers and, you know, read some reviews on opening night and just see what people think about this film?" and we got through about four or five of them, and we were like, you know what, this is the worst idea -- [ laughter ] we should never have read any of these. >> seth: i will say, the world came around. "hot rod" was ahead of its time. >> it was ahead. >> seth: because i will say, it's a lot better received 10 years now. i would say a lot of people consider it a classic. >> that movie is -- i really do think is brilliant. i don't use that word often, because i don't really know how to spell it. [ laughter ] but it is awesome. those guys did an incredible job with that. and i do love the idea that like, you know, sometimes a movie comes out. and the critics don't give it its day in court. but that is the movie that
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everyone will come up to me about. you know, they love that film. >> seth: and it's -- i think that those guys hit this really interesting cross-section of it's a really smart, very well considered comedy and there's a bunch of jokes about wangs. [ light laughter ] >> tons of wang jokes. >> seth: and it turns out that people like that more in 2017 than they did in 2007. [ laughter ] >> they were ahead of their time. >> seth: they were ahead of their time. and then you did a fantastic show, "eastbound & down", that was produced by -- yeah, give it up for "eastbound & down." [ applause ] >> seth: will farrell, comedy legends will ferrell and adam mckay. was that intimidating to start working with guys like that? >> it was. those guys -- you know, they picked up our film, "the foot fist way." and so we were -- we became friends with those guys. and they were like, sort of our mentors as we made "eastbound & down." and you know, those guys were heroes of mine. and so, when we made "eastbound & down", after we finished the first season, will and adam were like, "hey, you know, you've done a great job on this. we want to, like, take you out. we want to have some fun with you. let's have a gentlemen's weekend." i was like, "alright, what's a gentlemen's weekend?" "why don't we go to vegas? there's a boxing -- you know, there's a boxing fight -- there's a fight this weekend.
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and let's go see that. we'll eat steaks, we'll drink wine, we'll get massages, we'll have a gentlemen's weekend." [ light laughter ] i was like, "that sounds like a pretty good idea." >> seth: seems like a very high level of gentlemen. >> this is what guys do in hollywood i guess. and so, we went to vegas. and i had never had a massage before. it was just something that i had never thought about getting. and these guys were all very well-adapted to it. they knew all about massages. so, we go to this thing. i don't really know what to do at the, you know, massage parlor. i'm not really sure what the protocol is or what's supposed to happen. and we're all sent into our different rooms. i'm like "what do we do?" and they're like, "oh, we'll meet up. there's like this giant hot tub that we can all just like meet up at afterwards. i'm like, okay, well, sure. walking around. everyone's naked. everyone's nude walking around this massage parlor. and so i'm like, "all right, well i guess this is just what we do," you know. i come in there and i kind of strip down as well. like, i get the massage. it's like, oh, this is pretty cool. this is a nice gentlemen's weekend. and the massage is over with and i'm just like not sure what to do. i'm like, "oh, thanks, that was
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awesome." and like, "is now when i go to the hot tub where all of my friends are going to be?" and she's like, "yeah, i think there's a lot of people out there. you can just go out." and i'm looking and there's, you know, people are all walking around naked. and i'm like, "well, i guess this is just what you do. i guess we're gonna go out there naked." and so i just, like, you know, just to be a part of this experience. let's live it up. [ laughter ] so i made the choice like, "yeah, you know what, i'm not going to go change." just go out to the hot tub naked. like this is a big deal. and so i walk down the hall and get to where this beautiful gigantic hot tub is, completely nude. and then there's will and adam in their bathing suits. i'm like, "oh, nope, nobody's naked." [ laughter ] that was the wrong call. >> seth: that's like you broke the first rule of gentlemen's weekend. >> yeah, and then i just scurried and dipped into the hot tub. >> seth: you have two kids? >> i have two kids. i have a 5-year-old and a 2-year-old. >> seth: and how -- are you -- do you consider the development of their sense of humor an important role of yours? >> i do. you know it's very important to me. and you know, i just recently
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moved those kids to -- we just moved to charleston, south carolina. >> seth: left l.a. for charleston. beautiful place. >> yeah, just in time for the storm to come, which is great. >> seth: that's great, yeah. >> you know, the first time my son came home from preschool and asked me like, what talent agency are you with? i was like, "we're out of here." [ laughter ] "we're not sticking around l.a. i'm not dealing with this." >> seth: at least he didn't say, "who's your representation?" >> well, i think that was day two. >> seth: and so, obviously you can't show them your work. is there anything you are giving them to sort of -- >> yeah. [ light laughter ] you'd be surprised. i do try to test the limits of things. we often play this game at our house on the apple tv where i just like, you know, show them trailers from things. you know, and then as soon as my wife walks out of the room, it's like, "there's this movie, 'predator'. watch this." [ laughter ] >> seth: so i want to talk about "vice principals." this is the second -- it's being billed as the second and final season. >> yes. >> seth: but you went into this only wanting to tell a certain amount of story. >> yes. you know, we -- my writing partners and myself, we worked
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on "eastbound & down" for four seasons. and we loved that show. we had a blast with it. but someone can only write so many jokes about a man with a mullet. >> seth: yeah. >> so at that point, we were just like, "we want to do something different." and me personally, i'll watch shows and sometimes they like lose me, you know, because it just goes on for too long. so really, we wrote this show to be a tight story in 18 episodes. so, you know, if you've seen the first season, you owe it to yourself to see how it ends. seth: yeah. >> and if you hate it then you only have to hear about it for nine more weeks. [ laughter ] and then no one will talk about it again. >> seth: it's a fantastic cast. you and walton goggins are absolutely fantastic. and season two is now sort of become -- you're trying to solve a crime. >> yes. >> seth: this is not what you expect for a show you get into called "vice principals." but your character did got shot last year and now you are trying to figure out who shot you. >> yes, yes, exatly. we used the old classic j.r. "who shot j.r.?" cliche. and yeah. that's the second season. like, these guys do this very horrible season in the first season. they try to run the principal out of the school so that they can get the job themselves. and then they pay a dear price for it.
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and the second season is sort of about them kind of coming to terms with what they have done while they try to solve this mystery. >> seth: and you were a substitute teacher back in the day. >> i was. i was a substitute teacher. i had moved out to los angeles when i got out of film school. and quickly failed. and then moved back to my parents' house. and i was substitute teaching and bartending. >> seth: how were you as a sub? >> i think i was awesome. i don't know what the kids, what the other administrators think. [ laughter ] yeah. i didn't, you know, i found it necessary to always tell the kids that i wasn't like the other teachers. that i actually had goals and ambitions and that i was only part-time here. [ audience ohs ] >> seth: did you ever -- were you the kind of sub who like tried to teach, or would you just throw a tape in? >> well, you know, i usually would get english or things that i something knew about. and then one day, i was assigned a german class. which, i had no point of reference, you know. i could talk about bavarian sausages, maybe. and the lady had left me a tape for the kids to watch. and the first period i put the
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tape in and it just spit it right out. i'm like, i gotta --this is the lesson plan for the whole entire day. what do i do? and so i dug through the file cabinet and found a tape just labeled "cops." and so i was like, you guys are watching "cops" today. [ laughter ] i don't know what it has to do with german, but you're going to watch this all day today. >> seth: well that's fantastic. congrats on the show, man. always so great to see you. [ cheers and applause ] danny mcbride. second season of "vice principals" premieres sunday night on hbo. we'll be right back with jill kargman. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ remember 2007? smartphones? o m g ten years later, nothing's really changed. it's time to snap out of it. hello moto. snap on a jbl speaker. put a 70" screen on a wall. get a 10x optical zoom. get excited world. hello moto. moto is here. the new moto z with motomods.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: our next guest is a "new york times" best selling writer and the creator and star of the hit bravo series, "odd mom out." the third season finale airs this wednesday at 9:30 p.m. let's take a look. >> so what exactly is happening at the temple tomorrow? >> okay, so basically they call the kids up and then give them their -- and then the parents scramble to book the nicest party venues and the kids race to look up their torah portion. >> aren't they all the same? >> that's like saying all spielberg movies are the same. >> okay, what was yours? >> instructions on how to clean a post-coital penis. >> why is that even an option?
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>> imagine a 13-year-old me chanting that. >> what are you guys talking about? >> nothing. >> seth: please welcome to the show, jill kargman, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: how are you? >> i'm so great. >> seth: it's so wonderful to see you as always. i want to ask. so, you created the show, you write the show, you star in the show. it's about a group of female friends in new york. you live in new york. you have female friends here. [ light laughter ] i'm assuming they must know to some degree that the show is based on them. are they aware of that? >> well, it's based on a specific type of mom-bot. and it's not really about parenting. it's more about keeping up. but that subset of women, i don't roll with. i have very different friends. >> seth: gotcha. >> i only have five friends and they are all really normal. >> seth: okay.
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[ laughter ] i think if you only have five, you might be the one that's not that normal. [ laughter ] but do they -- >> true. >> seth: do you sense that they are ever censoring themselves when they tell you a story as -- if -- if they say it, it'll be on tv? >> no. >> seth: okay. >> they all know that we are all vault and we can know when to -- >> seth: oh, that's good -- >> pilfer the show or -- >> seth: it's a -- a nice safe place. >> yeah. >> seth: do people from outside your circle, people you -- strangers come up and pitch ideas for the show? >> all the time. in bathrooms, everywhere. oh -- so -- and i love it 'cause it makes me happy that it's relatable and they feel like they're living it. but people -- >> seth: and do you think -- does that mean that there are more people that think they are outsiders? because you play someone who's -- identifies as an outsider on the show. >> yeah. >> seth: do you feel like that's maybe -- >> that's -- that's what i love about it, is that relatability, but sometimes they look like barbie dolls and they're like, "i'm you." and i'm sort of like, "are you?" [ laughter ] but then -- but then -- but then it's really how you feel, it's not about how you look. but all the time people come up and be like, "you have to put this in your show. i was at my daughter's friend's bas mitzvah and my zipper got stuck in the bathroom. you have to put it in your
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show." and i'm like, "i'll get right on that." [ laughter ] that is must see tv, honey. thank you. >> seth: wait -- wait, give me your name and address, so i can send you your check. >> yes. [ light laughter ] >> seth: you also, though, i mean it's a hyper-specific new york show, but you have mentioned that you have people from outside the city. like this show, what you're talking about, the idea of keeping up, especially that mom pressure to be perfect in every way, shape or form is something that everyone in this country feels. >> it's so true. and when i was traveling for my book last year, i met all these women across the country. and, you know, new yorkers are kind of solipsistic about, if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere and it's so dog eat dogs metropolis. and in fact, in some of the smaller satellite cities, the women said, "it's actually worse here." and i was like, "really?" they said, "yeah. you know, we have one school. and one supermarket. and you see your mother-in-law every day. and in new york it's anonymous." i mean, we have the luxury of, kind of, moving as we want. and my friend said, "oh, yeah, someone said to me, 'i saw your car in caroline's driveway.
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i didn't know you were that close.'" and i was like, "that is my nightmare." [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. that's true. we are -- it's very easy to be anonymous here if you want to get away. you -- i also want to ask about your writing staff because you have some people that do not have a background in writing. you went out and got consultants, you hired an e.r. doctor from manhattan. what would your show need with an e.r. doctor in the writer's room? >> well, my best friend on the show, vanessa, who is named after my real best friend, vanessa eastman. the character is a doctor in the e.r. and we just figured there would be a lot of rich people accidents. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> so, we had a doctor come in. and we -- he didn't name names. so he wasn't breaking the hipaa oath or whatever. so, he just told us about these people, particularly after the madoff pyramid scheme, who had to lay off staffs. and they were, you know, somebody -- >> seth: oh, so people who had spent their whole lives with a full staff, who all of a sudden -- >> yes! and they -- the burn unit was like maxed out from people using
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their oven for the first time. [ laughter ] and this guy like pulverized his hand making his own smoothie. [ laughter ] and another woman had an iron shaped burn 'cause she tried to iron a dress on herself. [ audience ohs ] so they -- he came in and did like a story vomit. and we used it all. it was so good. >> seth: oh, my god. >> you can't -- there are things that writers can't come up with. >> seth: no, it's true. well, you would feel -- it would feel hacky if you pitched it. >> right. >> seth: but then if somebody told you it actually happened, you'd be like, "oh, great, then that's good, definitely going." >> oh, no, it was real. it was great. in that case, yeah -- >> seth: you were on wendy williams' show and then you had wendy williams do a guest spot on your show. i've had wendy here, i've been on her show, she's the most fun person to be near, around. >> she really is. >> seth: did you enjoy your time with wendy williams? >> i loved it. she's just this infectious, amazing, energetic person. she cracked me up. we had so much fun on the show. i can't wait for -- >> seth: and when you asked her to do it, did she say right away? >> yeah, well -- >> seth: yes? >> i was waiting to hear 'cause they were on hiatus. and i was sweating, because we wrote the part for her. no one could have done it, except for wendy williams. so, she was such an early
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supporter of "odd mom out." so it was -- just felt very like -- ♪ the circle of life ♪ [ light laughter ] it was wonderful. >> seth: i want to ask about your parents. i met your mom backstage, absolutely lovely woman. your -- is this a birthday tradition for your father, that is a little different than other fathers? >> well, in the last couple of years. >> seth: okay. >> last year we happened to be in massachusetts, where he's getting buried. he bought the land. >> seth: okay. >> my parents are very organized. >> seth: he's fine, right? >> he's fine. >> seth: okay. >> perfectly healthy. [ light laughter ] >> seth: just wants to get ahead of the game. >> i said, "daddy, what do you want to do today?" and we had this brunch and he was like, "i would like to show you the grave site." so, i took a picture -- >> seth: is your dad by nature morbid? >> very. >> seth: okay. >> my parents are so morbid. i -- they toured cemeteries the way normal people tour colleges. [ laughter ] >> seth: but i will say, this is a photo of them in a cemetery. they don't look morbid. they look really happy. >> yeah, we're happy people. there's like our area. >> seth: gotcha. [ laughter and applause ] >> my dad said -- my dad said,
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"it's such a great spot and we just really have the best view." i was like, "daddy, you're dead." [ laughter ] >> seth: the best view. the -- the thing is, though, you never know about construction. one day it's the best view and then someone builds a giant tombstone. [ laughter ] >> yeah, there you go. >> seth: there you go. >> yeah. >> seth: well, i like how happy they are about it. i want to be this happy when i think about the future as well. >> yeah, well, his 79th birthday is coming up and we are getting tattoos together. >> seth: what are you getting -- what are you -- are you just, matching tattoos? >> i'm getting -- i'm getting -- no. i'm getting the word "odd" -- >> seth: okay. >> in like "new york times" font, like i have "new york" on my back. and he's getting four hearts, two red, two black for my mom and my brother and me. >> seth: that's unbelievable. >> yeah, first tattoo. >> seth: is that his first tattoo at 79-years-old? >> yes, yes. we are going to mr. k who did my inigo montoya sword. >> seth: that's fantastic. this guy's living it up! >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> seth: let's go pick out a tombstone, get a tattoo. >> totally. >> seth: i'm flying high. >> yep, he's doing it all. >> seth: thank you so much for being here, jill, always a pleasure to see you. >> thank you! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: congrats on season three. jill kargman, everybody. season finale of "odd mom out" airs this wednesday, september 13th at 9:30 on bravo. we'll be right back with music from living colour.
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>> seth: tonight's musical guests are a grammy award winning rock band, whose first new studio album in eight years, "shade", is out now. performing "come on", give it up for living colour, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ one of these mornings i'll have the strength to tell you how i feel ♪ ♪ won't be afraid of what's being said♪ ♪ see i won't scrape or kneel see the words will fall effortlessly from my mind♪
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