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sarah cooper, and christine and the queens you guys are awesome wash your hands. don't touch your face. we have all new shows next week good night, everybody. >> i'm not going i'm not going down >> jimmy: bye, love you. ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york it's "late night with th meyers. tonight -- nick jonas, tight end from super bowl champion kansas city chiefs, travis kelce, from "outmatched" stand-up comedian, finesse mitchell, featuring the 8g band with michel'le baptiste. [ 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's great to hear in that case, let's get to the news last night's democratic debate aired exclusively on cbs and
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included all of your cbs favorites including "survivor," "blue bloods," and of course, "young sheldon." [ laughter ] democrats held their latest primary debate last night. and i have to say it was really jarring to see difference between bloomberg in the debate and bloomberg in every ad break. [ laughter ] it was -- like when you see the tv version of a cheeseburger from a fast food commercial. and then you go there. and you get one. and it looks like this [ laughter ] that's debate bloomberg right there. and this -- this is debate bloomberg after elizabeth warren got ahold of him. [ laughter ] during last night's -- [ cheers and applause during last night's debate every candidate was asked to share their personal motto for example, amy klobuchar's was "politics is about improving people's lives and elizabeth warren's was, "i will murder mike bloomberg with my bare hands. [ laughter ] [ applause ]
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according to a new report the fcc received more than 1300 complaints about the super bowl halftime performance by jennifer lopez and shakira and i have to agree. it was not long enough [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause the heiress to the hot pockets fortune was sentenced yesterday to five months in prison for her role in the college admission scandal. and she'll know when her sentence is up because she'll hear this sound. [ bell ring [ laughter ] according to a new study, men who eat a healthy and balanced diet are more likely to have a high sperm count, which explains applebee's new salad [ laughter ] that's right, a new study says men who eat an unhealthy diet of sweets are more likely to have a lower sperm count. well now we know why this guy had to give his factory to someone else's kid
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[ laughter ] now we know. [ applause ] a man in florida was recently arrested at an ihop restaurant for allegedly asking customers if they wanted to see his genitals he's being charged with first degree flap jacking. [ laughter ] the owner of a professional soccer team in romania recently claimed that his team lost three games in a row because they were having too much sex with their girlfriends, which angered the players almost as much as it angered their wives. [ laughter ] a man in wisconsin was arrested last week for allegedly stealing chicken wings and condoms from walmart. his crime? planning the best night ever [ cheers and applause
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heinz will reportedly release a new condiment this year called mayoracha which combines mayonnaise and sriracha. so if you like mayonnaise and you like sriracha, you're going to love toilet paper [ laughter ] [ applause ] and finally a 42-year-old zamboni driver -- a 42-year-old zamboni driver, played in his first nhl game for the carolina hurricanes over the weekend after both of the teams goalies were forced to leave the game with injuries. some say he may never play goalie in the league again but i bet he'll resurface. [ laughter ] this brings us to a segment called, "one of my writers explains a joke. [ cheers and applause okay so a 42-year-old zamboni driver played his first nhl game -- blah, blah, blah some say he may never play goalie in the league again but i bet he'll resurface. matt, you want to talk us through your thought process there?
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[ laughter ] >> ah, yeah, this one's a bit of a thinker. [ laughter ] it plays on the double meaning of the word "resurface." when the listener first hears the joke they're meant to think that it refers to one day reappearing in an nhl game but there's a twist. [ laughter ] which is that in the context of the joke, the word "resurface" actually refers to the job of the zamboni man, which is to resurface the ice. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> seth: thank you and by the way, thank you, thank you for referring to him as a zamboni man and not a zamboni driver [ laughter ] a lot of people make that mistake. can you just show us real quick,
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like, how -- what celebration did you do at your desk when you wrote this joke? [ laughter ] >> it was like a, you know, a little - [ laughter ] >> seth: give it up for matt goldich, everybody. [ cheers and applause >> this has been "one of my writers explains a joke." >> seth: we've got a great show for you guys tonight he's a member of the grammy nominated band, jonas brothers and also a coach on season 18 of "the voice," which airs mondays here on nbc. nick jonas is back, you guys [ cheers and applause he is a tight end and team captain for the super bowl champion kansas city chiefs, travis kelce is here [ cheers and applause very exciting stuff, right there. and he is a very funny comedian, and actor and a great friend of mine who you can see in the new fox sitcom, "outmatched. finesse mitchell is back [ cheers and applause so you guys are here on a great night. before we get to all of our guests, democrats screamed over each other in a chaotic debate as president trump tightens his authoritarian grip on power.
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for more on this, it's time for "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause the 2020 election will be a referendum on whether we want to preserve whatever is left of our democratic institutions, or whether we want to complete the slide into authoritarianism we've seen under donald trump. and that slide is not only real, after trump's impeachment acquittal, it's accelerating you can tell both from trump's increased lawlessness and from the way he stands. i mean, look at him. he leans like he's accelerating. he literally looks like he's sliding downhill on skis if you gave him a tiny push, he'd fall over like a jenga tower. [ laughter ] the trump white house has literally been making lists of supposedly disloyal government officials, purging them from the administration, installing unqualified cronies in high profile positions, insisting he has the right to interfere in criminal cases to protect his allies and claiming that not only is he above the law, but
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that he himself is the law >> i'm allowed to be totally involved i'm actually, i guess, the chief law enforcement officer of the country. >> seth: no, you're not a law enforcement officer. first of all, you'd never pass the background check [ laughter ] or the physical. you don't -- [ laughter ] you don't even know -- [ cheers and applause you don't even know the sound a gun makes. >> ah, ah, ah, beak. >> seth: is that -- is that a gun or a duck's mouth? "beak. also, trump declaring himself the countries chief law effort officer makes clear that he desperately wishes he was a cop when at best he's more like that weird crossing guard who no one actually knows and who doesn't seem to be paying attention to traffic. "all right kids. let's go just make sure -- dodge the cars." [ laughter ] and by the way, while heoff a te
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cozied up to another authoritarian nationalist, narendra modi, who's rounded up thousands of muslims and passed a citizenship law that discriminates against islam. and rather than comment on any of that, trump said in a press conference before he left india that he wanted to avoid being controversial, so as not to ruin his trip >> i thought it was a great two days it was a fantastic two days. i'm going to be not at all controversial because i don't want to blow the two days plus two days of travel on one answer, one little answer. so i'll be very, very conservative with my answers if you don't mind >> seth: it's so weird when trump just openly says what he's doing. he's like a guy on a date saying, "normally i'd be cheap but tonight i'm going pick up the tab so you'll have sex with me [ laughter ] but tomorrow breakfast is on you. [ laughter ] trump, od course, has a deep affinity for fellow authoritarians he's always trying to mimic them or impress them. whether it's modi or putin or the time he sat in oval office with crowned prince mohammed bin salman of saudi arabia and literally showed off a giant poster of all the weapons he'd sold to them like a sixth grader presenting a
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class project on the military. "did you know the army has planes, and tanks and boats? [ laughter ] the democrats are trying to sort out who has the best chance of defeating trump. and thankfully we got answers to that important question last night in a calm, well organized debate on cbs with clear questions in which everyone took turns speaking and we got to hear their answers >> first of all -- first of all -- >> no, let me talk let me talk. >> i think -- tom, i think she was talking about my plan. not yours. [ talking over each other >> your opposition to the filibuster - >> i had -- time out >> in not a digression from a long time ago. >> i think she'd recognize me. >> mayor bloomberg alleged - >> never said that >> to have said to one of his -- >> oh come on, i wrote that law. >> that bill along with -- you didn't write that bill i wrote that bill. >> i did write -- i wrote the bill let's talk about what it adds up to >> lets talk about math. >> lets talk about math indeed >> lets talk about math. okay, so here's the math - >> if we're doing nothing -- >> the truth is, pete -- >> one at a time >> the americans - >> senator klobachar >> donald trump's, bernie -- >> this has to stop. >> bernie, donald trump -- >> let me ask her. >> thank you, bill
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new topic, new topic >> for this whole campaign i don't -- >> senator - >> seth: jesus [ laughter ] does the c in cbs sand stand for cluster [ bleep ]? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause that was -- i mean, that was like watching a family dinner if the special ingredient in the mashed potatoes was cocaine. [ laughter ] i've seen more polite conversations between new yorkers fighting over a cab. "hey i want you first. "oh, yeah, then why was my hand up?" [ laughter ] now with the stakes for the 2020 election so high, the democratic candidates spent some time in particular fighting over their own positions on foreign policy now let's be clear, there's no comparison to trump on this topic and any false equivalence between trump and any democrat is absurd. i mean, trump has taken his praise for dictators to gross new levels emulating them and even bragging that he and kim jong un quote, "fell in love over kim's beautiful letter," which he has bragged abp loves holding up pif paper. [ laughter ]
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he's like a high school senior running into the house with his college acceptance letter. "mom, look, i got into the pyongyang university." [ laughter ] "at least i think that's what it -- i can't read." and yet, even as trump has lavished praise on one authoritarian nationalist after another, republicans and democrats were attacking bernie sanders for comments in which he praised not cuba, but cuba's literacy program. now, as fact checkers have noticed, sanders comments about cuba mirror those of president barack obama in 2016 soon after he had moved to open diplomatic relations with cuba. and yet when bernie tried to point that out at last night's democratic debate, a few people in the crowd tried to boo him to bernie's surprise. >> what i said is what barack obama said in terms of cuba, that cuba made progress on education. yes, i think -- really really >> seth: bernie sounds like he just got cut in line at the deli "really? [ laughter ] you're gonna walk up let me see that ticket that's handwritten that's handwritten that's not from this store." [ laughter ]
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meanwhile billionaire former republican michael bloomberg has actually praised authoritarian leaders like china's xi jinping, who he has said is not a dictator and last night bloomberg again refused to call xi a dictator. but somehow, even worse than his comments on repressive dictator, was his bungling of multiple lame, prewritten jokes that he tried to shoehorn into his answer >> mayor bloomberg, as mayor of new york, you declared war on obesity. you banned trans-fats from restaurants. and you tried to do the same with large sugary drinks so if you become president, will you push those policies on the national level as well >> well, i think what's right for new york city isn't necessarily right for all the other cities otherwise you'd have a naked cowboy in every city so, lets get serious here. red lining is not the problem with the mortgage market, but it was a problem for the communities where it was done and we stopped that. let me also say because -- just to -- since i have the floor for a second that i really am surprised that all of these -- my fellow
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contestants up here i guess would be the right word for it, given nobody pays attention to the clock. i'm surprised they show up because i would have thought after i did such a good job in beating them last week that they'd be a little bit afraid to do that. [ laught >> seth: let me put this in terms a new yorker would understand mike bloomberg went so far out of his way to make the joke he had to take the fdr, to the bqe, accidentally ended up on the l.i.e. and now his competitors are all on the f.u [ laughter ] [ applause ] now mike bloomberg could just have easily stayed out of the race and spent his money to help which ever democrat got the nomination or he could have just offered trump himself the money to resign you know trump would take it trump has never in his life passed up an opportunity to make money. if you asked him to sell the presidency for $1 billion, he'd say, "yes. and then quietly peel the sticker off his desk that says "for sale, ten dollars." [ laughter ] instead to get into the race himself because he cares more about stopping progressives like elizabeth warren and bernie sanders in fact, he basically admitted as much himself in leaked audio
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from 2016 in which cnn reported that he called warren scary. and honestly, the way warren has destroyed him in these debates he should be scared. last night, for example, she highlighted allegations that bloomberg harassed and discriminated against pregnant women in his company including one incident in which he allegedly told a pregnant employee, "kill it." now bloomberg denied making the remark, even though "the washington post" reported that a former bloomberg employee said he witnessed the conversation. and then after the debate msnbc anchor chris matthews asked warren if she thought bloomberg was lying and her straightforward answers seemed confused matthews. >> do you believe that the former mayor of new york said that to a pregnant employee? >> well, a pregnant employee sure said that he did. why shouldn't i believe her? >> you believe he's lying. >> i believe the woman >> do you believe he's lying >> which means he's not telling the truth. >> and why would he lie? because just to protect himself? >> yeah. and why would she lie? i mean, that's the question, chris. >> seth: damn, look at his face. [ laughter ] he genuinely can't understand. "why would he lie?
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just to protect himself? doesn't make any sense powerful men never do that." [ laughter ] warren flipped the question on him perfectly. as soon as she turned it around on him, matthews malfunctioned like a robot who'd been asked an unsolvable riddle. "could god make a rock so big he could not lift it? "error, error." we're watching as our current president tightens his grip on power and cozies up to authoritarians around the world. meanwhile, an ex-republican billionaire is trying to buy his way into the democratic primary purely because he's scared of progressives like warren and bernie and when bloomberg insists he's the only one who can beat trump, the rest of the field looks at him and says - >> really? really >> seth: this has been "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause we'll be right back with nick jonas, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause >> announcer: for more of seth's "closer looks," be sure to subscribe to "late night" on youtube. ♪
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[ cheers and applause ♪ >> seth: welcome back, everybody. give it up for the 8g band, right over there [ cheers and applause also, joining us again tonight, she is currently the drummer for singer-songwriter adam lambert, whose self-titled album is out now. for more information, check out adamofficial.com and be sure to follow her on instagram. michel'le baptiste is here [ cheers and applause thank you so much for being here our first guest tonight is a grammy nominated musician and one-third of the jonas brothers.
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he is also the newest coach on this season of nbc's "the voice" with new episodes airing on monday nights at 8:00 p.m. let's take a look. >> how long have you been playing music? >> my whole family is musical. >> a musical family. >> a musical family. >> interesting [ laughter and applause >> dang. >> this is interesting carry on go ahead >> i started writing songs four years ago. >> so you wrote your first song when you were 12 >> yes >> interesting, another interesting fact i don't know if you know this. i also wrote one of my first songs when i was 12. it's a song called "sos. [ cheers and applause >> oh man. >> seth: please welcome back to the show, nick jonas [ cheers and applause ♪ >> seth: welcome back. [ cheers and applause so happy to see you.
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>> thanks for having me. >> seth: you've been here before and then about a month ago we went out and we did "day drinking" together >> yeah. that was something else. [ cheers and applause >> seth: it was you and your brothers me and my brother. our friend -- our friend in common, jack mcbrayer. >> yep >> seth: did you -- were you -- did you -- was it what you expected as far as how much we drank? >> no, we have a bone to pick. >> seth: yeah, okay. >> and that bone to pick is that, that [ bleep ] is real >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> that is no joke oh, we're on tv. i can't say that >> seth: yeah. >> well, it was something else >> seth: yeah, we drank a lot in two hours. >> and we drank a lot. and i had a meeting directly following this >> seth: oh, you can't do a meeting. >> because i assumed that this would be like -- >> seth: tv drinking, yeah >> fake. >> seth: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> fake drinking but i will say, i think you and i held our own yes. >> seth: we drank the most, yeah >> well, yeah. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] we did drink the most. >> we did. we drank a lot >> seth: i felt the worst, and you and your brother, kevin, received the most shaming. >> yeah, he did. >> seth: cause he has two
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children - >> cause he's a dad. >> seth: and he drinks the least. >> he drinks the least >> seth: yeah. i have two children and i did fine [ laughter ] >> you did fine. >> seth: yeah. >> kevin tried - >> seth: he did. >> really hard >> jack tried. >> seth: yeah, jack tried really hard >> extra, sweet, sweet jack. >> seth: yeah, sweet, sweet jack he did his best. >> but all in all it was a really great memory, what can i remember of it >> seth: well, that's why it's nice that it's committed to film >> yeah. >> seth: although i am always dread when i see the first cut of it. cause i don't have any memory of it either. one thing that i was very impressed with is we drew song titles that we did not see in advance -- >> yeah. >> seth: and then were told to give five minutes to write a song you guys wrote a very good song in five minutes. it was disheartening >> it was a really scandalous song >> seth: it was a scandalous song >> there was -- it was -- hey mom, dad, we did this day drinking thing maybe don't watch the song portion. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> no, it was cool >> seth: it was a beautiful song >> beautiful >> seth: i will say it's the most beautiful song i've ever heard that has a line about 69ing. >> yeah. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ]
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[ cheers and applause >> leave it to the jonas brothers to write a song about 69 >> seth: leave it to the jonas brothers i feel like it doesn't get enough shout outs in romance songs. >> we should add it to the set >> seth: add it to the set, for sure >> right next to all the "camp rock" songs. >> seth: yeah, exactly [ cheers and applause now, i knew that you -- you had not gone to college. obviously, it made sense you had a lot going on >> thank you for reminding me. >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] but i didn't realize that you went and looked at one - >> i did >> seth: which was my alma mater. you went to northwestern >> you went to northwestern? >> seth: i did, yeah >> amazing >> seth: yeah, and you went on the campus tour. >> i did i went back in 2008 or 9 we were on tour. >> seth: yeah. >> we stopped in chicago and i had a dream of going to college to study being a writer, a journalist, something. and i went with my dad to visit the campus and it turned into kind of like a scene from "hard days night." it was - >> seth: because you were very well known at that point >> at that point it was very difficult. >> seth: yeah, maybe a little too late to be normal at college. yeah, yeah
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[ light laughter ] >> perhaps, but the real dream was try to try to walk onto the baseball team and play >> seth: wow >> which i know we share sports in common. >> seth: yes, but you actually had -- do you actually have skills, do you think, to have played college baseball? [ laughter ] no, i'm impressed. >> that was the most polite way -- >> seth: yeah. and now, why did you think that? >> are you talented? i, at that point, played a lot of baseball. >> seth: yeah. >> i probably didn't have the size then to play and be competitive but i always loved it and then because i loved it, i kept it up and we got really into slow pitch softball >> seth: okay, gotcha. >> it's like baseball, but it's slow >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] >> for, you know, untalented people >> seth: you have been on "the voice" before, but this is your first year in the chair. >> yeah. >> seth: this is a bigger deal when you first got this offer to do a full season in the chair, your wife -- very excited. >> oh, she's a big fan of the show >> seth: yeah. >> and has been for a long time. and so, she was there with me
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when i got the call. and, you know, it was kind of a conversation that had started with nbc after "songland." which was such a great experience for us, working with ryan tedder. and for those that haven't seen the show, it's one of my favorite shows on tv and after we did that show, they then called and said we'd like to talk to you about "the voice. and she flipped out. and she came to set and she saw the chair. i'll say that when i saw the chair too, there's something that happened. i got a little, you know, sort of goose bump moment as i looked at it. it's really cool i mean, you look to your left and your right, it's john legend, kelly clarkson, blake. and kind of a dream to be in that spot. and i feel very honored. i mean, i have a heart full of gratitude, especially since it's now aired. and my team is awesome >> seth: now, i know i you can't -- [ cheers and applause now, you've shot some. >> yeah. >> seth: but you -- so even you now don't know how it's going to end. because obviously we have live shows to find that out but do you feel -- how is your confidence >> i feel very, very good. >> seth: yeah, okay. >> and i'm not just saying that. >> seth: gotcha.
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>> the way that things have shaken out -- and it's pretty cool, i feel like the cast of "game of thrones" perhaps but with way less blood and -- >> seth: yeah, lower stakes, yeah >> lower stakes. [ light laughter ] >> seth: you just finished up a tour, yes? >> yes [ cheers and applause >> seth: very exciting april, you are going to be -- you start a residency, a month long residency in las vegas. >> yes >> seth: are you excited >> we are so excited we kind of - we're viewing this in a way -- cause this last year has been one of the most remarkable years of all of our lives. just to be able to reconnect as family we talked about it a bit in day drinking but it was sort of drunken conversation >> seth: yeah, i don't remember any of that, yeah. [ laughter ] >> to reconnect as family and then to have the music connect in the way it has with our amazing fans who stuck by us through the time we needed apart, is really special and then to do this 90-something stop tour across the world was really special but to then kind of view this as a bit of a final hoorah for this
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era, the happiness begins era, is really special. so if you're going to be in vegas, we could day drink again or whatever. >> seth: day gamble. >> day gamble. >> seth: yeah. >> but we're real excited to put on an amazing show for our fans >> seth: this has been a really cool thing that's happened, i feel like, in the last decade plus of younger musicians in the sort of peak of their career going out to vegas and making it possible for people from all over the see them. which i think is really cool >> exactly, yeah, we're very excited. it should be fun >> seth: that's great. good luck on "the voice. i'm rooting for you. >> thank you >> seth: and it's always great to see you thanks so much for being here. >> good to see you >> seth: that's nick jonas, watch him on "the voice" mondays at 8:00, right here on nbc we'll be right back with travis kelce [ cheers and applause ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: our next guest is a
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superstar tight end, a five time pro bowler, a team captain for the kansas city chiefs and as of two weeks ago also a super bowl champion please welcome to the show travis kelce, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> seth: welcome to the show, travis >> why, thank you. why, thank you why, thank you >> seth: congratulation -- is this an alcoholic -- >> hello everybody [ cheers and applause >> seth: is this alcoholic beverage >> oh, this -- yeah. this is ice and a lime [ laughter ] and a little tequila >> seth: very good as well deserved, this was a very special super bowl victory for a city that had not had a super bowl championship for fifty years. >> oh, yeah. >> seth: and everybody was celebrating and having fun at the parade but i will say travis you were setting the tone >> nice. >> seth: and your outfit was really outstanding [ laughter ]
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>> the tone -- the tone setter >> seth: the tone setter >> the tone setter [ cheers and applause >> seth: so i believe this is a -- this is a louis vuitton coat >> yes it is yes it is. >> seth: a louis vuitton coat, and that is a wwe belt >> that a the wwe --- shout out to the wwe for sending that. [ laughter ] it's actually one of a kind, super bowl liv championship belt >> seth: that's great. >> and they sent to me for whatever reason. i was extremely excited. >> seth: you did not request it? >> no. >> seth: they just sent it >> nope, they just sent it >> seth: that's fantastic. >> and it gave me a something to wear on the parade >> seth: i think the fear when you send someone a wwe belt is "will they ever wear it? [ laughter ] and so it's really nice that you paid off their faith in you. >> immediately >> seth: yes >> immediately >> seth: another cool thing is that you have an older brother in the league. >> yes >> seth: who plays for the eagles and won his own super bowl a couple years ago. >> yes >> seth: did he talk to you before the game, any super bowl advice before you went out >> you know we had dinner the friday before the super bowl and my family was all sitting around, and i had been getting asked all super bowl week, you
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know, "what advice did jason give you?" i'm like, "he's got a kid. he doesn't want to talk to me about the super bowl when he just got kicked out of the playoffs." [ laughter ] >> seth: right, right. >> like, let me give him a chance, you know, regroup. >> seth: yeah. >> and i asked when he was in philly and he just -- or when he came down to miami and he told me -- he was just, "just be yourself. don't let the moment get too big. at the end of the day it's just a game guys start to do special things or something different pregame or the week to the game, thinking that, you know, it's such a big moment. such a big game, i've got to do everything that i possibly can and the reality is it's what you've been doing all year you just got to stick to it, and be yourself. >> seth: did you find in the moment and obviously, this was a thrilling super bowl you guys had the come back did it just feel like a regular game to you? >> it felt like a regular game except for there were stars everywhere >> seth: yeah. >> it was miami. [ laughter ] so it was just -- every time you looked up at the screen it was beyonce or david beckham or somebody >> seth: right >> it was just like, "oh, wow. look oh, yeah super bowl, super bowl stay focused stay focused." [ laughter ] >> seth: you -- couple years
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ago, you and your brother played a face-off against each other. >> yes >> seth: and luckily for your parents you weren't on the field at the same time you didn't have to actually physically - >> yeah. it was just a offensive cheering section. >> seth: yeah. but you -- did you make the jersey for your mother >> yes, i had the jersey made for my mom >> seth: this is very nice - >> yes m >> seth: that she can wear this in the stands a half and halfer. >> nice. >> seth: yeah. [ audience aws ] >> nice. yeah, and then of course, i had to put myself on the front because she loves me the most. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah, i was gonna say i notice that you didn't go right down the middle, you really put him on the back so that no one >> yeah. [ laughter ] yeah >> seth: only the people sitting behind her would know that she was also jason's mother. [ laughter ] he's two years older >> two years >> and you -- i read there was an epic fight back in the day -- >> oh yeah >> seth: when you were a freshman and he was a junior in high school. >> yes it was probably the last time that we really got into a fistfight or anything like it. we were in the backyard just playing basketball like we usually do and i started getting a little saucy, started beating him a little bit [ laughter ] and he wasn't feeling that as an older brother. so he started getting a little
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more physical throughout the game and of course when you're in the backyard, no blood, no foul >> seth: yeah. >> so that whole competitive mind state went from there, and into the kitchen and it ended up starting with him punching me square in the face [ laughter ] and usually when he punches me square in the face i fall on the ground this time, i didn't really fall down i just got more angry. >> seth: sure, as you would. >> and attacked him. >> seth: yeah. >> and attacked him. and we're scuffling. we're throwing each other around sure enough, i pick him up and i body slam him on the kitchen floor and the oven, which had my mother's casserole in it at the time [ laughter ] breaks off the hinges and the casserole shatters in the oven [ laughter ] and yeah, my mom wasn't too happy about that [ laughter ] >> seth: well look, she got a very nice shirt out of the deal. you know >> there you go. there it is. [ laughter ] >> seth: something i'm always impressed with is when people go out, extra mile, give back to the community. you started an organization not just for kansas city but for the
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part of ohio you're from >> yeah. >> seth: 87 and running. tell us a little bit about that. >> 87 and running. i've been extremely fortunate that my parents gave me the upbringing throughout my life and gave me the ability to understand, you know, there's people out there that need help. and with that i've always wanted to, you know, i think it's kind of our job to influence the community in a positive way as a professional athlete and my mother ingrained it in me to be able to start a foundation you know, give back to the community. not only where you're from but the community i'm playing in, in kansas city. and its -- it's been so much fun not only reaching out to the kansas city community, getting out there, shaking hands and meeting everyone but raising funds for the right reasons. >> seth: and you also -- you just opened a science lab somewhere. is that right? >> yes, a stem robotics lab. at operation breakthrough, which is a unbelievable cornerstone in the kansas city community. it helps the under served kids that are in poverty that just need somewhere safe to go after school and on top of that it provides an unbelievable
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educational experience like the stem and robotics lab that i was able to provide to the organization >> seth: that's fantastic. so you -- yeah, absolutely [ cheers and applause 100% deserved. last question, so we still have -- we still have a fair amount of time before the next season starts. when does celebrating stop do you just kind of go >> oh, i feel like it just keeps going as life goes on. right? [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah, yeah. >> i mean, once you win one, you won it a million times >> seth: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> every time it comes back around i'm sure i'll just be sitting there laughing you know >> seth: yeah. >> just enjoying it. hopefully i'll go back next year and i mean, that's the mind frame is, once you get one, the unbelievable confidence and aura that it gives you, it just -- it makes you want to go back again and do it all over again >> seth: well, that's fantastic. congratulations on being super bowl champion, man thanks so much for being here. that's travis kelce, everyone. for more information on travis's foundation, please visit 87running.org. we'll be right back with finesse mitchell [ cheers and applause ♪ amazon fulfillment center,
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: our next guest is a very funny comedian and actor you know from his work on "saturday night live." he stars in sitcom "outmatched," which airs thursday nights on fox. let's take a look. >> you know, half the reason rita married me was cause her parents hated me they forbid her from seeing me [ light laughter ] there were a lot of, "over my dead body's" and "not under my roof." [ laughter ] and "no. everyone else stay, he leaves. no, stay where you are don't feel bad for him put down the rolls [ laughter ] you sit. you down he leaves. and lock the door on your way out. and start with the top lock cause it's a tricky door [ laughter ] you got to lift up and pull out >> seth: please welcome to the show our friend finesse mitchell, ♪ [cheers and applause].
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>> seth: welcome back. >> oh my goodness, seth. >> seth: i love to see you, my friend >> this is a reunion, my people. >> seth: it is a reunion >> yes >> seth: we started together at "snl" and now we find ourselves later in life. we each got two children >> yes >> seth: similar ages, too as well >> yes you have boys. >> seth: you got girls right? >> yes >> seth: you got a couple. there's your oldest with your wife >> yes >> seth: look at how beautiful that is. >> yes, that's - [ audience aws ] >> seth: and then i like that the older one gets a glamour shot and then the younger one just like -- [ laughter ] you just catch what you can. >> you catch what you can when she's almost looking you know >> seth: how are they? >> i love it, man. i love being a dad they're great. if anybody has two siblings that's close in age, you know, the oldest one tries not to beat up the youngest one. >> seth: yeah. >> before snatching everything the oldest one has >> seth: yeah. >> so anything the oldest one has, the baby is like, "mine, mine, mine me, me, me." and then every time she takes it, the oldest one starts crying, and i'm like, "what? you're bigger. why are you crying push her down. you know what i'm saying >> seth: yeah, get it back >> get it back >> seth: get it back
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>> you don't have to ask me permission for everything. step on her toe. we won't know. you know what i mean [ laughter ] >> seth: you went back recently. i saw you at the "snl 40." >> yes >> seth: and then you went back again for the first time since then for really one of the most historic episodes of recent years. the eddie murphy show. >> eddie murphy show >> seth: how was it? how was it to be in there? >> amazing i was -- i was there i flew from l.a. i left taping and i said, "i gotta go see eddie." >> seth: yeah. >> and i came out, and it was everything i thought it would be i thought i would have anxiety coming back to "snl" that always feels like high school >> seth: yeah. sure >> but it just felt normal and great. and before i knew it, i just wanted to watch the show, and eddie did his thing. i really came out to get the photo op >> seth: you wanted to take a picture? >> i just wanted a picture, man. [ laughter ] >> seth: it's hard though cause there's not really -- it's not like there's a photo line at the end of the episode >> right >> seth: so, how'd it work out >> at the after-party, cause i don't see eddie. we're waiting for him to come out of his dressing room after the show he never comes out everybody's out there. it is a sea of famous black people in studio 8h. >> seth: yeah. yeah >> it was like a "coming to america 2" audition or something. [ laughter ] it was just everybody famous that wanted to be in the movie and so, i don't see him there. i get to the party
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i'm sitting there. chris rock kind of like, waves over and i'm like -- i'm thinking he's talking to me so i go sit with chris rock. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> and now we're all hanging out and talking, and i'm just like, "man, i just came out here to take a picture with eddie. he was like, "good luck with that." [ light laughter ] eddie walks into the restaurant. entourage of ten people. and i'm like, "yeah, this isn't gonna happen the only way this could happen is if he's coming toward me right now. and his chair was right here when this table went that way. >> seth: yeah. >> while i was on the end of the table going that way and i was like "eddie. he was like -- i was like, "finesse." he was like, "i know, i know yeah, yeah." [ laughter ] and then took the pictures >> seth: and we got proof. there it is. >> there it is >> seth: boom, look at that smiling, and it's perfect. [ cheers and applause >> not only just a excellent sketch player but one of the best comedians all time. >> seth: best comedian of all time >> yes >> seth: it was -- i will say it was a thrill to watch him do the sketch again >> yes, i loved it >> seth: like just remember like how good he was at that in a way that nobody's been ever since. >> yeah, and just reminded me of how bad i was. [ laughter ] >> seth: that is not true. >> why i made a early exit >> seth: you -- i love talking to people, especially from my era and their failed sketches. >> mm-hmm. >> seth: you had one with snoop.
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>> yes yes. >> seth: who you've run into since. >> yes let me tell you why, i know "snl" sometimes is traumatizing not only just on the cast members who leave the show and say, "oh, this didn't happen that didn't happen." >> seth: yeah. >> the guests are always the same way every time it's 20 years later. i see snoop and he's like, "finesse, why they didn't do the apimptice? [ laughter ] >> donald trump had come on the show the week before, we did this big "apprentice" sketch >> seth: yeah. >> so snoop comes on the week after and he has this grand idea to do "the apimptice." [ laughter ] and instead of saying "you're fired," i'll just smack a chick and say, "you're tired." [ audience oohs [ laughter ] and i was like, yeah, snoop. i don't think nbc gonna let you smack anybody on tv. so >> seth: he should be happy now that they didn't do that >> that they didn't do it. [ laughter ] >> seth: you also had >> aw, jermazing >> seth: jermazing was aplace i. >> he had a jerry curl, people and every time jeramazing got excited or you called his name,
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he says, "huh? and his jerry curl juice hits the person next to him in the face [ laughter ] >> seth: and he was a waiter >> and he was a waiter so, imagine saying, "waiter. "huh?" and juice goes all in chris's face or kirsten wiig's face. >> seth: and it was a lot of special effects for this >> yeah. >> seth: because they couldn't use -- they couldn't actually make it work so somebody had to like spray juice from the other side. >> right water wasn't leaving the wig in time so they wet a big paint brush and they just had water on a brush. and every time i said "huh?" they just flash people [ laughter ] so you just see kristen wiig soaked or chris parnell soaked and when we couldn't get it right, they're sitting there all wet and they're just looking at me like, "your days are numbered [ laughter ] your days are numbered." >> seth: you did some black history month sketches that i -- >> now those were -- and it's black history month. >> seth: right now >> right now >> seth: welcome back. yeah >> yes [ cheers and applause yes. so pomerantz, one of my favorite people >> seth: yep, love pomerantz >> lauren pomerantz. >> seth: wonderful writer. >> j.b. smoove >> seth: yeah. >> we came up with kenny wilkins, the first black man to say no to direct deposit.
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[ light laughter ] >> seth: yeah, very famous >> very famous sketch. >> "so how do i get my check?" "oh, we put it directly into your bank. "yeah, but how do i cash it? "it's already in your account. "but how do i know that? [ laughter ] "you can check your statement. "one second. hell no. [ laughter ] >> seth: oh, man >> first black man to say no to sushi. >> seth: yeah. >> yes >> seth: kenny was that as well. right? >> yes and first black men to say no to winter sports that only white people would do. [ laughter ] >> seth: have you been enjoying -- that was a fantastic clip have you been enjoying "outmatched? >> it's amazing. >> seth: this is you first prime time sitcom. >> this is my first prime time sitcom lord has really been blessing people, and i'm just really excited cause it's a great cast and a great show it stars jason biggs from "american pie. >> seth: there you go. >> everybody remember jason biggs. >> seth: great seeing him in the clip as well [ cheers and applause >> uh-huh. and maggie lawson is his wife. they have four great kids. three are geniuses, certified geniuses and they are not, as parents they're very not smart >> seth: yeah. >> and one child, the youngest, is not smart so that's the one they love the
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most and identify with because the other three are trying to play who's gonna run this house. >> seth: i gotcha. >> and as parents, we all know kids who hit that age where they think they're smarter than the parents. so i come over as the black best friend and my beautiful wife tisha campbell, who plays rita and everybody knows tisha campbell from "martin" and "my wife and kids. >> seth: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> and she's a sitcom, you know, icon and it's just a great show, man. >> seth: that's great, man >> it's fun. >> seth: congratulations on that >> i'm just excited about that >> seth: congratulations on the kids always great to see you, finesse. [ cheers and applause >> absolutely. >> seth: thank you for being here, buddy. >> yes >> seth: finesse mitchell. finesse is going to be at the funny bone in dayton, ohio march 13th and 15th. at the chicago improv march 26th through the 29th we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ♪ cheetos has popcorn now? >>hey, i'm going to need you to ... never mind.
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if there was one immediate when we closed in march,wynn it was keeping all 15,000 team-members on board with full pay and free testing for all. we then focused our five-star level of service to all who needed it and did what we always do. we cared about everything and everyone. in our communities and in our homes, we were there. with food and supplies and with love. we made improvements to people's lives. we strove to be better. and we made people happy. like we always do. this closure may have temporarily taken us out of wynn and encore. but it couldn't take the wynn and encore out of us. and now... we are proud to welcome you back.
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[ cheers and applause >> seth: my thanks to nick jonas, travis kelce, finesse mitchell, michel'le baptiste, of course the 8g band. stay tuned for "lilly singh. we'll see you tomorrow [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> lilly: tonight on "a little late with lilly singh," it's april fools' day i really hope nothing is about to happen that's actually written in the prompter, which kes me feel like something's about to happen, y'all then my writers are going to surprise me with a bit i've never seen before. i love you so much, but you look like joan rivers aged more poorly [ laughter ] and then, i'm going to sit down with a mystery guest >> so many ways i bring home the bacon. >> lilly: are you a musician [ laughter ] i'm personally not scared by any of this. i'll just see you in just one minute [ laughter ] yeah, not scared at all.

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