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[ cheers and applause ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers. tonight -- john goodman star of "in the shadow of the moon", actor michael c. hall music from midland featuring the 8g band with yesod williams ♪ [ cheers and applause ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night. how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause that is wonderful to hear. in that case, let's get to the news according to fact checkers, president trump made at least 26 false statements last night during his rally in new mexico and that was just during the
sound check. [ light laughter ] "check, one, two check, one, two. i invented jet skis. check, one, two. [ light laughter ] dung former trump campaign manager, cory lewandowski's appearance before congress today, one representative called lewandowski, quote, "some kind of forrest gump relating to corruption, due to his appearance in numerous scandals." hey, if the haircut fits [ light laughter ] president trump watched his former campaign manager cory lewandowski's congressional testimony today from aboard air force one. and when you're trying to prove you're not a criminal, it doesn't help that your boss is watching from the getaway car. [ laughter ] "don't land yet. i want to see how this goes. [ light laughter ] during an event in south carolina, yesterday, republican presidential challenger mark sanford held a mock debate against a cardboard cutout of president trump. [ light laughter ] you could tell the cutout wasn't the real trump, because it made some good points
[ laughter ] according -- [ cheers and applause according to a new study, couples who have been married longer have fewer arguments. mainly because they've stopped talking. [ light laughter ] following her rally in new york last night, senator elizabeth warren spent four hours taking selfies with supporters meanwhile, bernie took one selfie that lasted four hours because the camera was accidentally set to video. [ laughter and applause and finally, australian newsouta fire at a genetics laboratory caused a massive explosion of cryogenically frozen bull semen. [ light laughter ] also causing a massive explosion of bull semen, this little lady. [ laughter and applause ladies and gentlemen, we got a great show for you tonight [ cheers and applause he is the star of "the conners", returning for his second season
next week on abc one of our favorites, john goodman is here, everybody. [ cheers and applause you can see him in the new netflix film "in the shadow of the moon." he's a fantastic actor we're so glad he's back. michael c. hall, everybody [ cheers and applause and we will have music from grammy-nominated country group midland is here, everybody [ cheers and applause so it's going to be a great show before -- before we get to all of that, the third democratic debate was held last week, but i think there were a lot of important questions left unanswered so we decided to hold another one right here, right now. that's right, all ten of the qualifying candidates are here, and they're ready to go. so without further ado, here's the "late night" democratic presidential debate. ♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: welcome to the "late night" 2020 democratic presidential debate. i'm your moderator, seth meyers.
let's get started. not a day goes by that the president doesn't make news with his twitter feed congressman o'rourke, who do you think writes donald trump's tweets >> a 5-year-old child in kindergarten [ laughter ] >> seth: senator warren, who has donald trump appointed to run the treasury >> economic tools. [ light laughter ] >> seth: and who does he have running the state department >> diplomatic tools. [ light laughter ] >> seth: and who did he hire to run the epa? >> regulatory tools. [ light laughter ] >> seth: and if you are elected, who will you get rid of? >> all the tools [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> seth: hey hey, senator sanders, check this out. >> two points. [ laughter and applause >> seth: vice president biden, who's your wife jill going to vote for in the primary? >> she's for bernie. [ audience ohs ] [ light laughter ]
>> seth: secretary castro, what does joe biden fantasize about during these debates >> me, shutting up [ light laughter ] >> seth: congressman o'rourke, what does the expiration stamp say on a box of twinkies >> good for 1,500 years. [ light laughter ] >> seth: senator booker, what does mike pence call his bed >> the altar of purity [ laughter and applause >> seth: mr. yang, how is your relationship with your wife? >> we've been in a state of continuous armed conflict for 18 years [ laughter and applause >> seth: senator klobuchar, what did you say when you visited florida? >> that's a lot of seniors [ light laughter ] >> seth: senator sanders, what time do you eat breakfast? >> at 3:00 in the morning. [ light laughter ] >> seth: senator warren, why do we need medicare for all >> insurance companies last year sucked [ laughter ]
>> seth: mayor buttigieg, how old is the filet-o-fish in the warming bin at mcdonald's? >> could be 18 years old [ laughter ] >> seth: vice president biden, you said that if elected you would declare tj maxx a federal disaster site, why >> i've been there you've been there. you know what it's like. [ laughter and applause >> seth: senator booker, what's the worst part about having that beautiful shiny bald head? >> everybody feels it. [ light laughter ] >> seth: senator harris, question for you some people peel a banana from the top, while others do it from the bottom how would you do it? >> i would try to do it from the inside [ laughter ] >> seth: senator warren, what do you like to do for fun in your free time? >> line my dollies up and teach
school [ laughter and applause >> seth: senator klobuchar, this question is a layup. you can't possibly screw this up what is your favorite line from the movie "star wars?" >> houston, we have a problem. [ light laughter ] >> seth: vice president biden, i heard you bought a cabinet at ikea over the weekend, how is that going >> it can not be put together. [ laughter ] let me say it again. it will not be put together. [ cheers and applause >> seth: seems very stressed out about that senator sanders, if we were role playing as celebrity couple john krasinski and emily blunt, who would you want to be >> let me be blunt >> seth: okay, great [ laughter ] i will be john krasinski okay, so let's go celebrity role play, here we go hi, emily, i'm home. >> you got three people in america earning more wealth than the bottom half of this country. [ light laughter ]
>> seth: that doesn't sound like something emily blunt would say. [ laughter ] i don't want to do this any more secretary castro, where -- sorry. secretary castro, what is air force one doing when it takes off? >> elevating a dictator. [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> seth: congressman o'rourke, i've been married for five years now, do you have any suggestions on how to keep things fresh in the bedroom? >> bondage [ light laughter ] >> seth: you should be ashamed of yourself. [ laughter ] kamala, how about you? any tips for me and my wife in the bedroom? >> wear cameras and keep them on full time. [ light laughter ] >> seth: oh god, you guys are full on freaks [ light laughter ] secretary castro, when you get the kids menu at denny's, is it enough to just finish the maze on the back?
>> i also believe that we have to connect the dots. [ light laughter ] >> seth: senator klobuchar, when is the best time to use tinder >> if you want action, now [ light laughter ] >> seth: senator sanders, what do you call that damn thing on the front of a damn duck's damn head >> the damn bill, if i may say so [ laughter and applause >> seth: senator booker -- senator booker, if you have a son someday and have to give him the sex talk, what will you say? >> if you want to go fast, go alone. but if you want to go far, go together [ laughter and applause >> seth: all right okay well, i don't think we're going to beat that looks like we're out of time so on behalf of all of the candidates, have a good night. we'll be right back with john goodman, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ trick-or-treat.
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: welcome back, everybody. give it up for the 8g band, right over there [ cheers and applause back with us tonight, he's the drummer for a fantastic reggae rock band from kona, hawaii -- pepper be sure to check out their latest album, "local motion," which is available now on law records. yesod williams, everybody. thank you so much for being here, yesod.
>> all right [ cheers and applause thanks, seth >> seth: our first guest tonight is an emmy and golden globe-winning actor you know him from his work in "the big lebowski" and such shows as "roseanne" and "the righteous gemstones. he stars in "the conners" which returns tuesday, september 24th on abc please welcome back to the show, our good friend john goodman, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> seth: welcome back. look at you. >> oh, i'm all right >> seth: you look fantastic. >> thank you >> seth: you look fantas -- and you -- i know your exercise. one of your exercise choices is boxing >> yeah, or as i call it, being a 67-year-old guy who pays a guy to let me -- let me hit his hands. [ laughter ] but i look cool. i got gloves on and shorts and stuff. the tights >> seth: yeah. and do -- how old were you the
first time you put on gloves >> the three fingered kind [ laughter ] i've been doing it off and on for 20 years >> seth: okay, gotcha. >> yeah. >> seth: it's a really good workout. yeah >> yeah, it is >> seth: and does he move the hands at all or does he tell you, "john, they're gonna be here all day." [ laughter ] >> no, i pay him to move those hands. >> seth: okay. >> that's what it's -- "i paid you to move those hands, man." >> seth: all right, good >> "tell me which one it is. >> seth: well, it's paying off you look fantastic >> thank you >> seth: and you have to -- you have to be fit right now because have you two shows on air. two television shows this is a lot of work. >> what? >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> that's nuts >> seth: "the conners. >> yeah. >> seth: this is -- you've been playing an iteration of this character over a couple decades, maybe 12 seasons right? >> yeah, years >> seth: years >> yes, decades. >> seth: and then "the righteous gemstones. >> yeah. >> seth: which is new on hbo >> which just started, yeah. >> seth: this is a danny mcbride show >> yes >> seth: are you enjoying this >> yes, sir. >> seth: yeah. >> very much so. great writing, terrific cast >> seth: it's such a -- it's such a fun cast right here we got you right there you sort of play the patriarch of a televangelist family. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> seth: adam devine, fantastic.
edi over there, and then -- and there's danny mcbride. >> danny mcbride >> seth: and -- and do you enjoy -- you were raised southern baptist >> yeah. >> seth: yes >> i was and - [ cheers ] thank you. [ laughter ] hey-oh >> seth: that's -- [ laughter ] >> yeah, i would actually go to tent revivals with my grandmother. >> seth: wow >> yeah. >> seth: and what was that scene like i mean were you -- >> sweaty. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] did you -- did you look forward to them as a kid or like -- i think across all religions, there's a sense of you're being dragged to the service >> yeah, that's exactly what it was. >> seth: yeah. >> and it didn't do me any good. >> seth: it didn't do you -- [ laughter ] >> but i liked them. they get up there and scream at you, and you felt bad. so, i thought that was pretty much the whole deal. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> but i like to do this guy, 'cause i get to preach every once in a while. that is so much fun. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] and you -- these are mega churches in the show >> yeah. >> seth: and so, i imagine there's a great deal of extras, when you're doing your preaching. >> yeah. >> seth: yeah. >> well, they -- they move them around, no matter where the camera is -- [ laughter ] so it looks like a whole crowd then they'll put your computer
people in there like they do - >> seth: yeah, sure. [ laughter ] they cgi some people >> yeah. >> seth: do you feel that when you're preaching, do you feel the power? do you understand why people are drawn to it as a profession? >> i actually do >> seth: yeah. >> yeah. it's -- i mean, i'm a natural ham bone anyway. >> seth: right >> so, let's crank it up to 11 >> seth: you can see, you know, like the fun you're having up there. but anyone, i feel like a lot of people who do this for a living, like they are also obviously, having fun >> yeah. >> seth: and it must be so fun to say like, "hey, i'm here to tell you something, and it's -- god told me to tell you. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> seth: "so, you might want to listen up. [ laughter ] >> like i -- i do that as an actor. [ laughter ] >> seth: you -- you live in new orleans. >> yes, sir. >> seth: and i know about this as well. so you like -- you drive to l.a.? >> yeah. >> seth: for work? >> i love to do it, drive there, drive back now i drive to charleston too. >> seth: yeah, that's right. so charleston is where you do "the righteous gemstones." >> yeah, i love getting out by myself, and just hitting the road listen -- i'll listen to howard stern until it's memorized. [ laughter ] >> try to hit the local stations listen to -- in texas.
listen to some great mexican music. just all kinds of stuff. good preaching >> seth: what's the time -- how many days do you try to knock it out? and do you sort of take your time >> i used to do it in like one and a couple of hours. >> seth: oh, that's not great. >> yeah. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> daddy's getting older now >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> and the insurance company frowns on it >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> so i try to stretch it to three days >> seth: okay, gotcha. i mean, it sounds very romantic, and then i feel like those are one of those things like where you think, "oh, this is so romantic, i'm gonna drive to l.a." and then you dread it, but it seems like when you're in it - >> oh, i love it yeah >> seth: yeah. >> i get to road test the old car. >> seth: and do you go the same way every time >> no, i'll mix it up. coming back i'll probably take the -- i'm sorry [ laughter ] "i'll probably take the northern route up." [ laughter ] >> seth: this is -- you realize -- >> "because we got a stuckeys, and you want a pecan log >> seth: we're doing -- we're doing the californians from "snl." >> yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] [ talking over each other >> seth: and then charleston --- charleston, south carolina
you ever spend any time there before you started shooting the show >> no, i've never been there before >> seth: and it's eat to >> it's just one of -- the people are great it's a lot like new orleans. >> seth: yeah. >> it's funky. [ laughter ] and we live not far from a beach. so i get to take the doggy out every morning. >> seth: that's fantastic. >> yeah. >> seth: you -- there's a minor league baseball team what is it the charlotte river? no the - >> riverdogs >> seth: charleston. the charleston riverdogs >> charleston riverdogs, yeah. >> seth: and you actually wore a hat to a dodgers-yankees game? >> yeah. [ laughter ] i didn't want to wear a dodgers hat or a yankees hat >> seth: yeah. >> that always involves a fist fight. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> what with lawyers and - >> seth: sure, sure, sure. >> you don't want to do this >> seth: well, also because you being a boxer, you're registered weapons. >> yeah. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> they're lethal weapons. >> seth: you're lethal -- if you knock somebody out and they die, it's manslaughter. >> yeah. [ laughter ] i could do the time. [ laughter ] yeah >> seth: but i like that you wear -- i think you're like, "hey, i'm not here for the dodgers. i'm not here for the yankees i'm just --" this is a way of saying, "i'm just here for baseball."
>> i'm here for the dog. i only have one game to get to the whole season and i wanted to take my wife, my daughter and her boyfriend and we just had a wonderful time >> seth: that's fantastic. >> thank you, dodger stadium [ laughter ] >> seth: did you -- is it true you talked about driving across country listening to music, listening to the radio you back in the day wanted to be a deejay this is one of your childhood dreams >> yeah, childhood >> seth: yeah. >> and childish. >> seth: yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> but there was one guy i was hooked on every night. and plus we got to listen to old time radio dramas, too >> seth: yeah. >> when i was a kid, and anything coming over the radio i love but yeah, there was something about one guy talking to you in the night. and that's what i want -- up until i was about in college, i thought maybe i can pull this off. >> seth: and when did you realize that the door had shut on this dream? [ laughter ] >> it has? >> seth: yeah, i think it has. [ laughter ] it's all right [ audience aws ] i mean, i can tell probably get you a podcast. >> right now, this is from 1963 and we're coming in --
>> seth: that would have been really good. >> yeah. >> seth: do you want to try a little bit more? >> no. >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] "the conners," you have some exciting guest stars coming up katey sagal. >> katey sagal is -- could be a possible girlfriend. we don't know yet. >> seth: yeah. >> and danny aykroyd was on the other day. >> seth: that's fantastic. >> played at a poker game, and he wrote his lines so it was just, "hang on what's danny gonna to do?" >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] so, now, i would imagine most guest stars on the show are not given the right or encouraged to write their own lines. but dan aykroyd, obviously, a different deal >> yeah, yeah. they let him go, and it was pretty good. >> seth: that's fantastic. so, when -- so, you and danny had obviously, worked together before - >> yeah. >> seth: doing "blues brothers" stuff. when is the last time you have worked together with him >> oh -- >> seth: before this >> doing "snl. >> seth: okay, gotcha. >> but i think it was still in the '90s or -- no, it was 2002 >> seth: yeah. yup, you guys are dressed up like post men. >> yeah. >> seth: in the monologue. >> to that show. >> seth: i was there [ whistling
[ laughter ] >> seth: no, no. >> during "update. >> seth: you -- what was it like the first time you met dan do you remember meeting dan aykroyd for the first time >> yeah, i do. i was drunk. >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] >> no, the first time i met him was backstage at the oscars and i got lubricated >> seth: uh-huh. >> and made an ass out of myself but after that, i was consciously trying to get hired on "the blues brothers" sequel in any capacity. >> seth: yeah. >> and we got to know each other, and i think we had a good time >> seth: he's one of those people - i don't know, if this the case, when you first met him i mean, you know, anybody looks up to him because of how we first laid eyes on him >> yeah. >> seth: those iconic first years of the show. he's so gracious and kind about the things that you have done. i find it hard to -- >> yeah. >> seth: it's very to hard to compliment dan aykroyd without him turning around and saying something nice about somebody. >> which he still does >> seth: yeah. >> which drives me nuts 'cause like, "i didn't do -- yeah, but you man, you're so great." [ laughter ] he -- you know, first time you
lay eyes on him, the guy's a force of nature.>> sh: yeah. >> and equal -- equally gracious >> seth: yeah, he's a wonderful guy. >> yeah. >> seth: that's very nice he got you it and obviously, two different styles of the show you're doing "the conners" in front of studio audience you're doing "gemstones," you're shooting that like a movie >> people will come and see it >> seth: what's that >> we let -- i'll charge them fiks [ laughter ] >> seth: do you like being able to do both at the same time? >> yeah, i do. >> seth: yeah. >> it's a -- it's a stretch. and it's -- it's just because it's so different, you don't get bored too easily >> seth: yeah. is it -- [ laughter ] you have -- coming from like a theater background, is it still fun to do stuff in front of a live audience? like that feeling? >> it is they really over hype these audiences these days [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. well, certainly -- >> you don't want to - >> seth: yeah. [ cheers and applause but on a sitcom -- >> yeah. >> seth: on a sitcom particularly yeah >> you're not going to be able to time any -- any jokes >> seth: that's true
so, i guess at that point, yeah, you're just trying to get them out and -- >> wooooo. [ laughter ] aww. >> seth: and that never happen to you on broadway you were never getting those reactions? >> i had a guy - i did a broadway show a couple years ago. and the night before we opened, they let people in the front row. this guy says, "i love you john goodman." [ laughter ] "i love you john goodman." >> seth: wait -- >> and they had -- they had drinks on the stage. >> seth: oh, my god. >> yeah. >> seth: wait, so this is the beginning of the play he saying, "i love you john goodman?" >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: wow >> yeah. >> seth: and that is -- that's - i mean, that's definition breaking the fourth wall >> yeah. i would like to breaking his fourth neck. [ laughter ] >> seth: how do you get through something like that? >> you just do, look at the other guys on stage, and they can see you're panicked. [ laughter ] we got through it. it seemed like it was an hour long >> seth: sure. >> this guy doing it >> seth: do you ever -- have you ever been in a case where during intermission you said, "hey, there's a guy in the front row saying, 'i love you john goodman.' is there anything you can do
about that?" >> no. >> seth: okay. >> because there's nothing you can do about it. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> they don't -- that's an extreme case they usually just talk or do their candy wrappers >> seth: uh-huh. >> or text or -- >> seth: do you see -- is it very obvious when you see the blue light of someone's phone on your face? >> absolutely. >> seth: yeah. >> yeah. >> seth: i would imagine that would be - i think the thing they should tell people is not just, don't use your phones, they should all say, "also, the actors will know you're doing it. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> seth: 'cause they think like that i think everybody thinks they can sneak a peak at their phone and forget there's a giant -- yeah [ lauger ] >> yeah, they got that face going -- [ laughter ] >> seth: but not john -- john goodman is on to you. >> yeah. [ laughter ] we're gonna to get you >> seth: you're gonna stick around >> yes, sir. thank you. >> seth: and we will be right back with more of john goodman [ cheers and applause "the conners" return september 24th on abc. we'll be right back with more "late night. [ cheers and applause ♪ we ato hogwarts right now. this is unexpected. ahhhh! whoaaa!
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>> seth: welcome back to the show now, john -- >> sir >> seth: i don't know if you've heard about this, but technology is so crazy right now. apparently there's these apps like door dash and uber eats, where you can get mcdonald's delivered right to your door >> that's ridiculous >> seth: it's preposterous >> mystifying. >> seth: it's stupefying >> it's just plain nuts! >> seth: and, you know, things like this really get me to thinking >> yup >> seth: we're getting older, and sometimes we look around and don't even recognize the world we're living in. [ light laughter ] things are changing every day betterll, not always for the [ light laughter ] and sometimes it's time to take a moment, just one moment -- [ laughter ] to talk about how things were just a bit more simple back in my day [ cheers and applause ♪ >> seth: back in my day you couldn't order mcdonald's with
food delivery apps like uber eats back in my day, if you saw a big mac in an uber, it was because it was 4:00 a.m. and you were throwing it up [ light laughter ] >> back in our day, we didn't have an r-rated joker movie. chucklebucks back in my day, if you wanted to see a clown say the "f" word, you had to hire one for your kid's birthday party [ light laughter ] and when the clown asked you to pay him, you kicked him right in the nuts [ laughter ] >> seth: back in my day, people weren't obsessing over popeye's new chicken sandwich cluckfeathers! they were obsessing over popeye's girlfriend, who was just as spicy with equally delicious buns [ laughter ] her name was olive oil she was a tall drink of water. incidentally a tall drink of water isn't available at popeye's, because that is less than 2,000 calories. [ laughter ] >> back in my day, spider-man wasn't getting kicked out of the marvel movies.
i was! [ laughter ] for standing up in the theater and yelling, "how come when he hulks out his shorts stay on show us that green wang! [ laughter ] i have to admit -- [ applause ] i have to admit i made a scene but you have to admit, i made my point. [ laughter ] >> seth: back in my day, people weren't going blind from eating too much junk food no, sir. back in my day, if you wanted to go blind, you had to do something else with your junk. [ laughter and applause [ barking well, of course i'd rather be alone, rusty but you never leave the house. [ barking [ laughter ] >> back in my day, disney didn't have its own streaming service that you could watch whenever you wanted back in my day, if you wanted to watch "the little mermaid" in the middle of the night, you had to sneak out of your bedroom and pull out that old vhs tape that you never returned to blockbuster.
[ laughter ] and you keep the volume real low. and when you cried at the end, and your wife shouted, "what are you doing down there what are you watching? you'd yell, "porn! [ laughter ] because that was less embarrassing [ laughter ] >> seth: back in my day, we didn't have british prime minister boris johnson overseeing brexit. teacrumpets. [ light laughter ] back in my day it was british prime minister theresa may was overseeing brexit. one thing remains as true now as it did then, it's a [ bleep ] show [ light laughter ] or, as a the british like to say, a [ bleep ] show. [ applause ] >> back in my day, matthew mcconaughey wasn't becoming a professor at the university of texas. no, back then if you saw matthew mcconaughey walking around a college campus it only meant one thing. someone nearby had some good ass mushrooms. [ laughter ]
>> seth: back in my day, we didn't have e-cigarettes in fancy fruit flavors. no sir, back in my day we just had cigarettes and they only came in two flavors, menthol and bad [ laughter ] >> but back then you didn't even care, because you were addicted to the nicotine. and you looked like a total badass [ light laughter ] of course, back then, i wasn't john goodman i was a john badboy. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> seth: well, i'm sorry we had to say all that. but sometimes these two grumpy gramps have got to gripe this has been "back in my day. we'll be back with michael c. hall, everybody [ cheers and applause ♪ panera's new baja warm grain bowl is full of good.
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>> seth: our next guest is a golden globe award-winning and emmy-nominated actor you know from shows such as "six feet under" and "dexter." he stars in the movie "in the shadow of the moon," which begins streaming on netflix this friday let's take a look. >> could be a drug thing, you know puncture wounds. what we need to do is run toxicology >> what do you mean we look, you were right about the bus driver good call, but i'm running point on this. you do your job, i'll do mine. >> come on >> detective, detective -- >> we're on our own here, buddy. >> look, i respect the hustle, i do but no, look, even if nobody's said the word serial killer out loud yet, a time's coming. and when it does, this is my first big one, okay? this could make me i need to be able to wrap my head around it on my own just give me a little breathing room, all right? >> all right >> detective detective? >> seth: please welcome back to the show, michael c. hall, everyone [ cheers and applause ♪
>> seth: welcome back to the show >> thank you, thank you. >> seth: this is a complicated film to try to explain >> it is >> seth: is that safe to say >> yeah, that's safe to say. >> seth: do you want to give it a shot >> um, all right it's about a philadelphia police officer who is following a serial killer. not me [ laughter ] >> seth: that must be a relief - >> yeah. >> seth: to not be the one being followed >> yeah, yeah. i'm a follower, in this case but he's following a killer who kills periodically every nine years. so the movie takes place over quite a number of years. anything else i say either becomes confusing or spoils it >> seth: okay, gotcha. >> so, it's a whole other segment. >> seth: that's not -- but, once every nine year serial killer. i think i'll take it >> yeah, yeah, there you go. >> seth: and you mentioned philadelphia >> yup >> seth: this is -- i don't know if you have -- there might be some core dread in playing phila - it's a very tricky accent.
>> it is yeah but jim mickle, the director, is from that part of the world. it was important to him that the movie be set there and it was important to him that i do a philadelphia accent >> seth: yeah. >> because so many movies that are set in philadelphia, it just -- people sound like they're from new york. >> seth: yeah. >> so, yeah. i spent some time watching youtube videos of real people talking. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. and i hope you're aware that people from philadelphia will not be - they'll be fine telling you if they don't like it >> oh, yeah. >> seth: yah >> yeah, yeah. not shy. >> seth: probably watching even watching the youtube videos even that came out. >> yeah, yeah, absolutely. no, i -- you know, i'm prepared to disappoint people [ light laughter ] >> seth: i'm not worried about you disappointing them but i -- is it like -- you're like, "oh, philly, they'll let you know." >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: you -- this must be an interesting time you know, i talked to a lot of actors who because of streaming and the fact that people can go back and watch shows it is a great time to have done work that people -- that holds up and "six feet under" must be a show - are you still hearing about it now? >> yeah. [ cheers and applause >> seth: and even more so? >> yeah.
thanks yeah, i -- people approach me who, you know, say, "i just finished watching the third season i love it. and it's great because, you know, if you're an actor, you know, and you're not working at a particular time, somebody comes up and talks about having seen something you did 20 years ago, just last night, you feel like you're working. [ laughter ] so it's good >> seth: that is a nice thing. you did me, bill hader and fred armisen a huge favor. we have a show called "documenatry now." >> oh. >> seth: and we asked if you would want to do an episode. and you said yes and i just want to thank you in person for doing that. >> oh, man it was a blast >> seth: you -- you played a bowler >> yes, i played the best bowler in the world >> seth: you played the best bowler in the world. [ light laughter ] in a fake documentary about the best bowler in the world >> yeah. >> seth: and just -- for those that haven't seen it here's a clip of the best bowler in the world as played by michael c. hall. >> billy may dempsy may just be the best bowler to ever grace the lane doesn't drink, doesn't smoke just bowls he may not be the flashiest
player in the pbl. but the pins don't know the difference >> that's right. they call him deadeyes dempsey for a reason [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> seth: i -- you know, i know you. i know you have a sense of humor. a lot of your work has not shown that was it fun to get to play something where you play a bowler named deadeyed? >> yeah, it was a blast. i mean, i'm a fanning of, you know, all those guys you included and -- [ laughter ] >> seth: that did seem tagged on but i don't think that's what he meant. >> and you and you. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> and it was just -- it was fun to show up and just slap a wig and a crazy mustache on. >> seth: yeah. >> just go like, the schedule was really tight. you know >> seth: yeah. >> and it's loose. and it's fun and there's a bit of improvisational energy it was a blast >> seth: you had to -- one thing, though, you had to be was the best bowler in the world so you actually had to have a
bowling form did you have any base coat of bowling in your life >> i had, you know, your standard school church weekend bowling experience >> seth: sure. so not a lot >> not a lot >> seth: yeah. >> not a lot but i was more concerned with approximating good form than good results >> seth: yes, of course. >> so i throw what seemed like a really professional gutter ball. but all you saw was me >> seth: yeah. >> so it was okay. >> seth: and did you -- was there -- did you ever get an actual strike in the filming >> once. >> seth: once. cameras rolling? >> not on the pins [ light laughter ] not on the pins. so i could be lying. >> seth: yeah, you could be -- there's no -- you're saying there's no visual proof that this happened. >> no, no. >> seth: okay. well, thank you for being honest >> you're welcome. >> seth: you are -- you went to college in new york, yeah? >> to grad school. >> seth: grad school you're back in new york now. >> yeah. >> seth: i always like talking to people, especially actors, about their first new york apartment. what was your -- what was your situation? >> my first new york apartment was -- it was, like, 1993.
it was on 5th street and avenue b. >> seth: okay. >> alphabet city which at the time was sketchy. >> seth: yeah. >> now the east village is, like -- east village: the ride [ laughter ] but then it was like, the east village. it was roach infested. >> seth: uh-huh. >> and it was, like, a hallway it was kind of shaped like from that desk to the end of this couch. it was about that narrow there was a door here, you slept in a bed curled up and then my bedroom was in the bigger room. >> seth: oh, there was other bedrooms in this >> oh, no, that's not right. >> seth: okay. >> i was in the closet [ light laughter ] i'm thinking of a different apartment. and then the main room was here. >> seth: how many people did you live with? >> and then there was, like, airplane bathroom? >> seth: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> just one. >> seth: okay, so it was just you. >> yeah. >> seth: and when you say roaches -- >> oh, no, just one other person >> seth: okay, got you yeah >> yeah, yaeh. >> seth: i mean, that's the high life, living with one guy. >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: living on your own in new york city. and when you say roach infested, what was -- like, was it -- would a day go by that you wouldn't see one or was it pretty much --
>> no, no. >> seth: yeah, okay. >> it was, like, if you get up to go to the bathroom at night, you'd try to just go to the bathroom in the dark >> seth: yeah. >> 'cause you didn't want to have the experience of turning the lights on. >> seth: yeah. >> it was like living in a bowl full of roaches. [ audience ohs ] >> seth: i always -- my first apartment was the same thing and the thing -- my least favorite thing about roaches, and i had plenty >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> seth: i always felt like when roaches died, their last act was to walk to the middle of the room and lie on their back >> yeah. >> seth: just to let you know, "i've been here my whole life. >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: "yeah, i'm not going to die somewhere where you can't see me." >> "yeah, i'm not going to be discrete." >> seth: yeah. >> yeah. >> seth: it's like, "grandpa, you're about to go." he's like, "get me to the middle of the" -- >> "of the room. yeah >> seth: "i want them to see me." [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> seth: but -- it must be nice now. i'm assuming your new place is -- did you bring any of the old roaches with you when you -- >> it's better you know, it's new york. it's an old building >> seth: they'll show up, yeah >> they'll show up from time to time >> seth: there you go. well, we're certainly -- they're like, "hey, mike, congrats on your stuff." they're like, "we just finished 'six feet under. it's so good." [ laughter ] >> "i'm working. >> seth: thanks so much for being here >> sure. [ cheers and applause
>> seth: thanks again for "documentary now." always such a pleasure to see you. >> of course >> seth: thank you so much michael c. hall, everybody "in the shadow of the moon" begins streaming this friday exclusively on netflix we'll be right back with music from midland [ cheers and applause ♪ on the board. what's on the board? 100 acts of good. state farm is challenging us, every good act we do goes... on the board. it's on. at state farm, we're challenging ourselves to each do 100 acts of good. on the board little one. i'm here with state farm employee max, who is saving a beached whale. max... on the board! on the board! (cheering) this man has become an absolute hero. giving back starts with us. join us at neighborhoodofgood.com®.
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: my thanks to john goodman michael c. hall. midland, everybody [ cheers and applause yesod williams and, of course, the 8g band. stay tuned for "a little late with lilly singh." we'll see you tomorrow [ cheers and applause ♪ [ cheers and applause >> lilly: tonight on "a little late with lilly singh," people's choice award-winning singer meghan trainor, y'all. [ cheers and applause >> i won a grammy too. [ cheers and applause >> lilly: well, you know, you -- you won a people's choice award and i won a people's choice award. so, they say we're just two