tv Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC July 23, 2016 12:37am-1:38am EDT
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- emma roberts, star of "animal kingdom," actor scott speedman, music from gnash, featuring the 8g band with fred armisen and thomas lang. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, th meyers! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers, this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] yeah! that's good to hear. in this case let's get to the news. donald trump will reportedly select a running mate by the end of the week. now, you're gonna want somebody who's different from you, so maybe a rational, well-spoken woman with experience in government. well, no, that's not going to work. [ laughter ]
not -- newt gingrich said in an interview this weekend that if he were asked to be donald trump's running mate it would not be an automatic yes. chris christie, on the other hand, said if he were asked -- yes! [ laughter ] bernie sanders is expected to endorse hillary clinton tomorrow. said sanders, "but before i do, are we sure there are no more states?" hip-hop group the wu-tang clan has endorsed hillary clinton for president. [ laughter ] yeah. which makes this the first presidential election where both candidates have been endorsed by a "clan." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's right. hillary clinton has been endorsed by the wu-tang clan and when hillary heard that, she bowed in appreciation and said
she looks forward to working with china. [ laughter ] because she doesn't know who they are. house speaker paul ryan today announced that he will appear at next week's republican national convention to deliver a ten-minute speech that he is writing himself. as opposed to trump, who will be giving a ten-hour speech that he will be writing as he goes. [ laughter ] [ as trump ] "hey, can i get a suggestion from the audience of a location? "bathroom, great, we're going to have the best bathrooms." [ laughter ] mexican officials this weekend posted photos of notorious drug lord el chapo after reports began circulating on social media that he had managed to escape from prison for the third time in his life. meanwhile republican officials also released a photo of a man in captivity. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] all right. that's enough piling on chris christie. [ laughter ] nintendo has launched a new smartphone game called pokemon go where you use your phone --
[ cheers ] yeah. where you use your phone to search the area around you for creatures. and look out, donald, you've got one right behind you! [ laughter and applause ] now that's -- [ cheers and applause ] that's more than enough. we have more than made our point. [ light laughter ] snoop dogg appeared on a recent episode of "family feud" and was beat out by a rival contestant on a question about marijuana. the question was, "when should you stop smoking it?" show me never! [ laughter ] this next one's my favorite joke. i probably jinxed it but -- a new profile's been released about the last remaining factory producing disco balls in the united states. the owner said that since disco died their profits have gone from here to here. [ cheers and applause ] not --
[ applause ] i don't think i would've been good at disco because i think i hurt my shoulder. [ light laughter ] a new company has come out with a line of handbags and luggage made from old airplane seat fabric. it's the perfect gift for when you want to say, "here, i got you a thousand strangers' farts." [ laughter ] and finally, doctors in britain recently removed a 14-pound hair ball from a woman's stomach after she complained about abdominal pain. luckily the hair ball is safe and sound, back on his head. ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show for you tonight. [ cheers and applause ] she's from the new film "nerve," the lovely emma roberts is back with us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] he's on tnt's fantastic new show "animal kingdom," he's one of my good friends, scott speedman is joining us tonight. [ cheers and applause ]
and we'll have music from gnash with olivia o'brien performing their hit "i hate u, i love u." so we have a great show for you tonight. [ cheers and applause ] also, very exciting, back with us tonight, our friend, fred armisen. give it up for fred, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] so glad to have you here, buddy. so happy to have you back. and one of the great things about having fred back is we catch up on things. and fred is about to start "portlandia" season seven. >> fred: yes. >> seth: which is crazy. >> fred: yeah. >> seth: just finished wrapping a "documentary now!" season two. >> fred: yeah. >> seth: hosted "snl" this year. and for a guy that does so much tv, he still claims, every time i talk to fred, he still claims that he watches every single tv show that's on tv all the time. is this true? >> fred: absolutely true. [ laughter ] >> seth: 'cause it seems impossible that you would have time to watch every single show. >> fred: i watch everything. >> seth: okay. that means it's time once again for "fred armisen's extremely accurate tv recap." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: okay. so, you know how this works fred.
i'm gonna give you the title of a show and you're gonna tell me what the show's about because you see every episode of every show. [ light laughter ] >> fred: great. >> seth: okay. [ laughter ] premiered last night on hbo, the title of the show is "the night of." >> fred: oh, "the night of." >> seth: yeah. >> fred: have you seen it? >> seth: no. [ laughter ] >> fred: oh, it's great. >> seth: okay. >> fred: you have to see it. >> seth: i will, but tell me about it. >> fred: have you seen the pilot? >> seth: i haven't seen any of it, fred. i feel like you're stalling. [ laughter ] >> fred: i'm not stalling. "the night of" is about, it's this color show of colors. so what it is like on, you know, on any night in history, they just do a color representation of it. so like this is green. [ laughter ] this is an off-green. this is pink. >> seth: and they -- i'm sorry, they represent nights of history? >> fred: so they'll represent like a night in history, right? they'll say, like, okay, the night the constitution was written. and then they'll say, "tonight we're gonna look at orange." [ laughter ] so they'll show you different shades of -- this is their show. [ laughter ] no, i mean, you know. i'm only telling you like it is. >> seth: what's the connection? what's orange's connection to
the constitution? >> fred: that's what i was saying! i was like, "why? what's the connection?" [ laughter ] and then at the end they tell you, "we're gonna show you what the connection is in the next episode." so i haven't seen the next episode yet. >> seth: oh, i see. [ laughter ] >> fred: but -- >> seth: so if i tune in to next week's "the night of" they're going to explain why orange -- what orange has to do with the constitution? >> fred: yes. i mean, it's just, it's also the history of color in general. >> seth: okay. >> fred: you know. >> seth: what color is next week? do they say? >> fred: yellow. >> seth: okay. and what is the historic event that is yellow? >> fred: in greece, 'cause you know, like, all the pillars and everything were white. so as time went and they got a little yellowed. [ laughter ] >> seth: i can't wait to see this show. >> fred: yeah. >> seth: give it up for fred armisen, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] >> fred: thank you. thank you. >> seth: moving on. since the shootings in dallas last week, as well as the fatal shootings by police of two black men in minnesota and louisiana before that, politicians have been looking for ways to respond to the violence and while there's been some inflammatory rhetoric, ultimately, there are
reasons to feel hopeful that progress is possible. for more on this it's time for "closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: now, there were many last week who, admirably, thought to ratchet down the tension, to calm things down, and to acknowledge that you can both grieve for the police and also advocate for police reform. these two things are not mutually exclusive. unfortunately there were others who looked at the situation and asked, "how can we make things worse?" >> after the dallas shootings the "new york post" put this cover declaring a, quote, "civil war." >> seth: well, it is the "new york post" so i guess we should be glad they didn't go with their original headline. [ laughter ] but okay, let's see. let's see this hellish inferno of despair and infighting that the "new york post" wants us to think is happening between protesters and police. >> about three hours before thursday night's ambush attack the dallas police department tweeted pictures to show just how peaceful this protest was, and this one even shows those two officers posing with a protester. no apparent sign in this picture
of any tension at all. >> seth: look at that photo! i don't even have a photo that nice with my own parents. [ laughter ] there was never a picture that friendly during the real civil war. unless there's some ulysses s. grant and robert e. lee selfie i'm unaware of. [ laughter ] the selfies were a lot harder then 'cause the camera was super heavy and you had to stay still for like three hours. [ laughter ] but as this photo demonstrates the dallas police department is considered by many a model, both for their effort to reform and for how they've protected and supported protesters. so if anything could give us reason to hope, it's this photo of police and protesters standing together. vitriol and inflammatory rhetoric only make it more difficult to have the kind of constructive dialogue we need right now. and while many offered calm sober responses, others used the occasion to unfairly blame peaceful protesters or political opponents. like, for example, congressman louie gohmert who immediately attacked president obama. >> this president has had a gift. he has had the opportunity to
bring us together, to be the uniter, not the divider. and every time he's had the chance to bring us together as a nation, when i would look to him, okay, bring us together, he would say the most divisive things. i wish that this president were like my favorite coach in high school. i played varsity football, but my favorite year was under coach willie williams. he happened to be a black coach, and he brought us together in a strong way. he used his race to bring us together and it was my favorite year. he was my favorite coach. >> seth: i'm not sure it's good sign that you had to go all the way back to high school to think of a black guy you liked. [ laughter ] and to use his race to bring you together? did you go to high school at "remember the titans?" [ laughter ] so there were some incendiary and counterproductive responses to the tragedy in dallas, but there were perhaps no worse response than that of former new york city mayor
rudy giuliani, who complained, in perhaps the most galling and offensive way possible, that those peacefully protesting for police reform should shift their focus. >> if i were a black father and i was concerned about the safety of my child, really concerned about it, and not in a politically activist sense, i would say, "be very respectful of the police. most of them are good. some can be very bad. and just be very careful." >> and so what are police -- >> i'd also say, "be very careful of those kids in the neighborhood and don't get involved with them, because son, there's a 99% chance they're going to kill you, not the police." >> seth: okay, first of all, don't ever start a sentence with the phrase, "if i were a black father." if you are black father, you don't need to say it. and if you're not, you should probably just shut the [ bleep ] up. [ laughter ] and if giuliani -- [ cheers and applause ] and if giuliani's willing to say that some police can be very bad, you would think he'd see the value in the black lives matter protests.
but instead, he condemned them. >> i believe that black lives matter is a racist organization that is helping to fuel this. now, if i had an organization called white lives matter, you would say it was a racist organization. >> seth: yeah, we'd say it's racist, but more importantly, it's redundant. because everything in our country and our culture already screams white lives matter. no one in any other country right now is asking, "where does america stand on white people right now? are they still pro?" [ light laughter ] even when a show has an all-black cast we call it "black-ish." [ laughter ] but you'll still like it, it's just "black-ish." the difference is black people are disproportionately affected by racial disparities in our criminal justice system. that's just a fact. and saying "black lives matter" is a response to that. the problem for you, rudy, is you're imagining the world "only" in there. as in, "only black lives matter." but no one is saying that. in fact, assuming the word "only" in any context is kinda weird, just in general. like when you see a sign outside a store that says, "we sell lottery tickets," you don't assume they mean, "we only sell
lottery tickets." in fact, despite it not being on the sign you're fairly certain they also have mountain dew and porno mags. [ laughter ] which is great for me because i don't like making three stops when i'm shopping. [ laughter ] i need to get home, do my scratchers, do the dew, and read my magazines. [ laughter ] "what are you doing in there?" "i'm doing my lottery tickets!" [ cheers and applause ] so "black lives matter" is not an exclusionary statement. essentially it just means, "black lives matter too." now thankfully, people like gohmert and giuliani seem to be in the minority last week, because many others responded with earnest attempts to bridge the divide and understand where those protesting for police reform are coming from. in fact, after the events of last week, even many conservatives began to shift their opinions on police reform and the experience of being black in america. >> we saw more movement i think on the right among conservatives about the need to listen to the other side. >> matt lewis, conservative columnist for "the daily
caller," says that in the digital age, he calls this a confession, "it's hard to come to any other conclusion than police brutality toward african-americans is pervasive problem going on for generations. >> let's not lose sight of the values that unite us. the values that brought those protesters to the streets in dallas. >> it is more dangerous to be black in america. if you are a normal white american, truth is, you don't understand being black in america. and you instinctively underestimate the level of discrimination and the level of additional risk. >> seth: that's newt gingrich saying that. a man so white, he's basically a pair of boat shoes come to life. [ laughter ] now gingrich's record on race is certainly mixed, to say the least, but nonetheless, there are people hearing that message from him who may not have necessarily have heard it otherwise, and that's a good start. and this is what gives us hope. because we need direct action in the streets, we need to acknowledge systemic and institutional racism, we can need reform and conciliation, but we also need people who have disagreements to try to see things from each other's point
of view. hopefully that's what newt gingrich is doing. and we also need to acknowledge that police officers are human beings too, the vast majority of whom work incredibly hard to carry out a dangerous job and do it well. police and the communities they serve need to come closer together, a point the rapper snoop dogg made last week. >> celebrities are also taking steps to make their voices heard after the recent outbreaks of gun violence this past week. among those taking a stand for peace is snoop dogg. in a press conference in los angeles, snoop dogg called for everyone to show love and support to police officers and called for communication to be established between law enforcement officials and the african-american community. >> the rapper said that it's their goal to improve relations between members of law enforcement and minority communities all across the country. eric? >> all right, will. thank you so much. right, val? >> yeah, i saw that snoop said you can't fix hate with hate. so he's trying to send out a positive message for sure. >> seth: that's right. fox news said something nice about snoop dogg. which means there are a bunch of fox news viewers that day saying, "honey, what's a snoop dogg?" [ laughter ]
but that's what provides a glimmer of hope here. snoop dogg and newt gingrich are actually finding common ground. and i for one hope we start to see some more collaboration from these two in the future. they could go by the name "newt dogg," or "snoop gingrich." [ laughter ] so just remember, when you see headlines like this, that's just inflammatory garbage. this, on the other hand, this is the best of america. police officers working with the community and supporting their right to protest and that's what we should be fighting to protect. this has been "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with more "late night!" [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ everybody let's go oreo
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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, this week's drummer is one of the most technically proficient players on the planet, thomas lang, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. thank you. >> seth: thomas just launched an immersive drum education website featuring hundreds of instructional videos you can stream any time from any device. be sure to check it out at thomaslangsdrumuniverse.com. thank you for being here tom. looking forward to the week. >> thank you. >> seth: now, we are big fans of amazing discoveries and science here at "late night" and there has been an amazing discovery in the world of science. now, everyone knows.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. our first guest tonight is a talented actress who you know from shows such as "american horror story" and scream queens." she stars along side dave franco in the upcoming film "nerve" which opens in theaters july 27th. let's take a look. >> you're doing great it's almost done. >> okay, no, i think wherever we're at we can just stop. ow, ow! >> hold on, i'm just doing the "y" in daddy. >> what? >> he's kidding, don't listen to him. >> i really don't like that noise, at all. ♪ >> ow. ♪ >> ow. ♪
>> rocking that gold tooth. >> seth: please welcome back to the show emma roberts! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: so happy to have you back. >> thank you so much for having me. >> seth: have you been well? >> i've been very well. >> seth: that's good to hear. >> how have you been? >> seth: i've been good. so, this movie, because i feel like the clip might be a little confusing. this is -- basically this movie is about an online truth or dare game but it's basically only dare. >> basically yeah. >> seth: yeah. >> no, "nerve" is an online game, you can sign up to be a watcher or player. >> seth: okay. >> if you're a watcher you pick dares for players that players don't want to do then the players complete the dares and win prizes and they have to film it. >> seth: and so, obviously from the clip you are a player. >> yes. >> seth: gotcha. >> my character vee gets sucked into being a player.
she starts out innocently then somehow ends up in a tattoo parlor getting a tattoo and rapping wu-tang, so. >> seth: i would have said a game like this seems too fantastical to be real, but then, over the weekend everybody's walking around town looking for pokemon, so. >> so i've heard, by the way. i downloaded that today. >> seth: you did? >> i haven't played yet. >> seth: you haven't had time to play yet. >> but everyone's been comparing it to that. no, when i read the script i was like, it doesn't seem that far-fetched judging by what people are doing on youtube. >> seth: now things fetched. i would say its like you can fetch and reach for it, it's that close. >> definitely, definitely. >> seth: so, we saw you getting a tattoo, obviously. >> yeah. >> seth: is it true that in real life you've gotten a tattoo on a dare? >> it is true, yes. a couple, actually. >> seth: twice. >> twice. >> seth: so, what are your dare tattoos? >> not like a dare but one of my friends had a tattoo gun at his house. >> seth: okay, that's a red flag. you know that right? >> that's a red flag and i know that. >> seth: okay. >> he's like tattooed some of my friends and they're always like, emma, you would never do that. i'm like, yes, you're right.
and then one night i was like, i'll let you tattoo me. so i have a dragon on my back now. >> seth: oh, wow. >> no. i let him do this. this is as far as i would go. >> seth: you just got dots. >> some dots on my finger, yes. some dots. that's as daring as i'll go. >> seth: okay, gotcha. is that the level of tattoo artist your friend is? >> yes. >> seth: he's like what i do dots or lines. >> no, yeah, lines. >> seth: the lines are a series of dots. >> the next day i had lunch with my mom and i was so scared for her to see or i'd ordered a cheese burger i was eating with one hand and one hand under the table. she's like, what are you doing? she grabbed my hand and saw it. she was really -- she was not happy. >> seth: oh my if she's not happy about dots i'm glad you just got dots. >> me too, me too, honestly. >> seth: but then you got something else. what did you get the second time? >> the second time was more -- it was me and my two best friends. >> okay. >> and we got -- we got something a little -- a little more creative than this. >> seth: okay. >> a little half moon on our sides. >> seth: okay, gotcha. >> yes, so. >> seth: you're doing like -- i feel like baby shapes.
very slowly -- >> definitely, definitely yeah. >> seth: i feel like next time you're here it's going to be horseshoes. purple horseshoes. >> that's too crazy for me, actually, purple horseshoes. >> seth: you also you -- one of the dares in the film is you ride on the back of a motorcycle. >> yeah. >> seth: in new york city. >> yeah. >> seth: in the middle of the night. were you actually on the back of a motorcycle? >> i was. well, it was funny because they told us about this stunt where we're going 60 miles an hour down a tunnel in new york city. and i'm like, oh, great. who's my stunt double for this? they're like, no, we want you to get on the bike. and i was in a sparkly mini dress. >> seth: obviously they saw the dots and they thought you were hardcore. [ laughter and applause ] >> yeah, they were like, you're going to do your own stunts. no, but they put me on the back of the bike and i was in like a sparkly green mini dress. and they shut down park avenue, actually. >> seth: wow. >> and just put me on the back of the bike with this stunt guy. >> seth: helmet? >> yes, helmet. >> seth: okay, good, thank god. >> a very sparkly helmet, actually. but, no yeah it was pretty crazy. >> seth: have you -- you have had motorcycle experience in your life before, yes? >> very briefly in elementary
school. >> seth: okay, that's a good age to do it. get it out of the system in elementary school. >> no, i had the biggest crush on this boy in elementary school and he wouldn't give me the time of day. and i was confiding in my stepdad about it and i was really distraught. he was like, you know what? tomorrow i'll pick you up at school in my harley-davidson and everyone will think you're really cool. i was like, really? and he did. all the kids were at the fence in the playground thinking i was really cool, for about five minutes. >> then they got concerned you had a really old boyfriend. >> yeah, they were like, who's that guy? >> seth: yeah. they all went to the principal, and their like we have an issue. >> they're like -- >> seth: one of the other things -- obviously this is a film about social media. you're on social media. >> yes. >> seth: do you engage with fans? or do you sort of post and then back away? >> i used to -- i used to get -- get caught up in -- in the comments where, you know, like an hour of your life goes by and your eyes are watering and you're like, why am i reading this? but, now i post things and just kind of leave it. >> seth: oh, that's good. >> yeah.
i just -- i use instagram and twitter and i post stuff and i don't really read the comments. >> seth: you walk away. >> yeah, 'cause it's mostly like, you're a troll, and all these horrible things, know what i mean. >> seth: it's better not to read that. >> it's better. >> seth: and you come from a very tech-savvy family because your mother texts on a flip phone. you were nice enough to bring her texts. these are fantastic. >> my mom has a flip phone and i tell people that. she'll come visit me on set, and people are like where's your mom, we want to see the flip phone. almost like she's a museum. like, we want to see it. they don't believe it. >> seth: she is not good at it. >> she also doesn't know that we have caller i.d. now so she ends everything with xo mama. i'm like, mom, i can see it's you when you text me. like you're in my phone. >> seth: this is a perfect example. here, read this one for us right here. this is like an eye test. >> hi em, just up. how are you, jean, my sister, is going with her friends at 11, she be back to go to seth meyers wit you, i can meet you guys after if you want or you can
have time with gigi or whatevs. see how you feel, you're going to be wiped out. long day for you. xo mama. >> seth: and this is just moments later. >> and moments later, are you coming back to your hotel at 1 for your lunch break, may be i walk over to see you at buzz feed comma, by the way on t9 that takes a long time to get to that. >> seth: yeah, to get to comma, >> it's up the street xo mama. i didn't know it's her. from before. >> seth: you're the only person i know who texts like an old-timey telegram, i know it's you. >> like she's writing me a letter. i know it's you, that xo mama, if we put all those together it's a year of your life, you should not do that anymore. >> seth: it's very sweet. >> she's the best, i love you, mom. >> seth: there you go. thank you so much for being here. it's always a pleasure to see you. give it up. emma roberts, everybody. "nerve" opens july 27th. we'll be right back with our friend scott speedman! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> seth: welcome back, everybody. our next guest is a talented actor who's currently starring in a hit new show, "animal kingdom." new episodes air tuesday nights on tnt. let's take a look. >> focus on the family business, that's what i say. how's that going anyway? >> it's good, yeah, it's good. i mean, it's better than working for someone else.
i spent two years keeping the books for elite platinum properties, basically just a fancy name for a [ bleep ] head named arty. [ chuckling ] i'm telling you. i kept his business running while he made his tee time. i deserved to be partner. all i asked for what is a raise, said he couldn't justify it. >> what'd you do? >> well, i waited for tax time, then i dumped a year's worth of invoices on his desk. first he [ bleep ] a brick, and he begged me to stay. [ chuckles ] >> what'd you say? >> that i couldn't justify it. [ chuckling ] cheers. >> seth: please welcome to the show, my good friend scott speedman! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: how are you, friend? >> good, how are you? >> seth: good, nice to so see you. >> congratulations on the baby. i didn't say it back stage. >> seth: oh, thank you very much. that's nice of you to say. when i saw you backstage, you didn't bring it up. >> i didn't bring it up. >> seth: i was pretty upset. >> you left, and i was like, "damn it!"
>> seth: we've known each other for a very long time because -- and the reason we know each other is you are my brother's best friend. you guys are best friends. >> yes, we hung out a little before that. >> seth: we tried each other out, and then no. >> it didn't work out. i moved on. >> seth: you thought i was close, and you said, "i'm going to try this one." >> i went, "oh my god. this is the guy!" [ laughter ] >> seth: i don't actually know -- how did you and my brother first meet? >> we had known each other a while, but i think it was 2007, we were all at coachella together. >> seth: that's a good place to start a friendship. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. we were staying at this really nice house overlooking this golf course, and about 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning one night, i convinced josh to head out on the golf course with me and play a round. >> seth: there you go. probably not allowed by golf course rules. >> it's not allowed. he was playing it for real, and i was trying to peg balls into people's houses. so that didn't go, we got kicked off. >> seth: that's great. by the way, i should note this isn't like 25 years ago when you were 15, this is, like, seven years ago. >> seven years ago, yeah. >> seth: well, you guys were fully adults. >> fully adults, 33 years old. that's what you do out there, apparently. >> seth: one of my favorite
details about your friendship is you will break into my brother's house constantly. >> yeah. he lives in a condo on the first floor. it's a little raised, when i go over, there's this little ledge you have to climb up, and then leap onto his balcony -- >> seth: yeah. >> and that's how i get in, whether he's there or not. i'll go over and just hang out sometimes when he's not. >> seth: yeah, i know this because i've come over a few times where it's been just you. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> seth: now, but the other thing that's important to note here is you have a -- my brother's told you the code to the door to get in. >> yeah. >> seth: but you enjoy the thrill of the break-in. >> it's just my routine. it's kind of my sitcom entrance, a bit of my kramer. >> seth: yeah. >> which i am his kramer. >> seth: yeah. >> whether he wants me there or not, i show up. >> seth: yeah, well that's very nice, and it's a good friendship. now, congrats on the show. >> thanks, man. >> seth: this is a fantastic film. it's a wonderful adaptation of it. >> yes. >> seth: and five guys -- sort of alpha males, but then, not really because they're kind of mama's boys to ellen barkin. >> they are, yeah. they are. i mean, we're five actors really
trying to be these tough dudes, and we work really hard to portray these tough guys, but really, then ellen comes on set, and she's this amazing, beautiful, talented actor, but she's the alpha male. >> seth: she's the toughest one. >> she's the toughest one, and you got to ready to go when ellen's around. >> seth: yeah. >> you got to be ready to go. >> seth: you mean, your acting level has to be up to ellen's. >> and always. on set and off, she's ready to go. >> seth: ready to go, and it's really nice for tnt because it's sort of a racier show. >> yeah, absolutely. >> seth: did you -- tonally were you excited about what you were allowed to do? >> absolutely, that was one of the reasons why i wanted to do this show because, you know, i knew -- the only notes we got was "don't it pull back, go farther." so that was nice for us to get that note. >> seth: and there's -- because there's nudity on the show, there's a good deal of violence on the show. >> sure. >> seth: there's some profanity, but i understand there's only one f-word allowed per episode? >> only allowed to say [ bleep ] once an episode. >> seth: okay, gotcha. >> yeah. >> seth: and so are we, and you took mine. >> sorry. [ laughter ] sorry about that, dude. but early on we were all -- we were told we could swear, so we were improvising the f-word here or there. i won't say it again. >> seth: yeah, of course, yeah.
>> and then i put down four or five they're like, "oh, by the way, you can't swear at all. you can't say the f-word at all." so, i just spent six hours in the adr room. >> seth: this is when you rerecord the sound. >> rerecording sound, and i had to say, "what the futz" for, like, six hours. [ laughter ] >> seth: "what the futz" really takes the edge off the show. [ laughter ] >> yeah, yeah. it's hard to sound cool and tough -- when you have to say "what the futz?" >> seth: yeah, when somebody's threatening you with the gun -- >> "what the futz, man!" >> seth: "i'm not futzing around!" you say, "i think you are. i think anyone who uses futz is not going to shoot me." >> absolutely. >> seth: and is there any -- because there's only one scripted f-word allowed an episode, do you guys jockey for it? are you happy to find out you've got it a given week? >> yeah, i've never got it. >> seth: oh, really? >> yeah, i've never got it. >> seth: well, then i'm okay that you took it to me./e >> yeah, i had to take it. i'm not sitting at home, going, "oh, when am i going to get my f-word?" [ laughter ] >> seth: that's good. as an actor, that shouldn't be what it's about. >> yeah, that's not what i'm worried about. >> seth: now of course, you are another hard-core edgy show. >> yeah. >> seth: "felicity." >> "felicity." >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ]
i only bring it up because i know you love talking about it. because again, i've known you for a long time, and i've seen you introduce yourself to people. you're like, "hi, i'm scott speedman, 'felicity.'" [ laughter ] >> yeah, "i played ben on 'felicity.' hi, nice to meet you." >> seth: now, but this was obviously -- what this is late '90s, was "felicity," right? >> '98. >> seth: '98, is wb, right? >> that is late '90s. >> seth: yeah, that is the late '90s, thank you. but that show was considered edgy, but it was a lot different. like, but i mean, there was, like, drinking and -- but it was a different -- it certainly -- >> sure. >> seth: because wasn't it -- >> tell me what was edgy about "felicity." [ laughter ] >> seth: well, i mean, to get a massive haircut like that. [ laughter ] >> that was edgy. >> seth: that's an edgy move. >> that was edgy for the show. >> seth: but it obviously must be. that is a show people still approach you about all the time? >> absolutely. i'm walking down the street, people still say, "hey, felicity!" and i'm like, "yeah, that's not
me okay." [ laughter ] "nice to see you." >> seth: when they say, "i'm a big fan" -- when they say, "hey, felicity, i'm a big fan." do you think, "they're not that big a fan." >> yeah. >> seth: "you'd remember my character's name." >> "i'm the dude in the show." [ laughter ] >> seth: but that's a -- but i guess i was saying is, like, you guys would drink on that show. >> yes. >> seth: there would be drug use on that show. >> absolutely. >> seth: but you always had to pay for it. >> yeah, if you were drinking there were consequences. you had to have some moral lesson to it. something terrible had to happen, you had to get a dui, or somebody had to die. but on the show i'm on now, they're, like, rolling out bowls of cocaine. teaching us how to tie-off. i'm like, "all right, this is the show for me." [ laughter ] >> seth: ben's all grown up. >> whoo! >> seth: thank you so much for being here, buddy. always such a pleasure to see you. [ laughter ] scott speedman, everybody. "animal kingdom" airs tuesday nights on tnt. be right back with music from gnash and olivia o'brien! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ your current gel antiperspirant is. ♪ and now we're going to show you
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i can't put nobody else above you ♪ ♪ i hate you i love you i hate that i want you ♪ ♪ you want her you need her and i'll never be her ♪ ♪ i miss you when i can't sleep or right after coffee or right when i can't eat ♪ ♪ i miss you in my front seat still got sand in my sweaters ♪ ♪ from nights we don't remember do you miss me like i miss you ♪ ♪ messed around and got attached to you friends can break your heart too ♪ ♪ and i'm always tired but never of you ♪ ♪ if i pulled a you on you you wouldn't like that i put this reel out but you wouldn't bite that ♪ ♪ i type a text but then i never mind that ♪ ♪ i got these feelings but you never mind that ♪ ♪ oh oh keep it on the low ♪ ♪ you're still in love with me but your friends don't know ♪ ♪ if you wanted me you would just say so and if i were you i would never let me go ♪ ♪ i hate you i love you i hate that i love you ♪ ♪ don't want to but i can't put nobody else above you ♪ ♪ i hate you
i love you i hate that i want you ♪ ♪ you want her you need her and i'll never be her ♪ ♪ i don't mean no harm i just miss you on my arm wedding bells were just alarms ♪ ♪ caution tape around my heart you ever wonder what we could have been ♪ ♪ you said you wouldn't and you did ♪ ♪ lie to me lie with me get your fix ♪ ♪ now all my drinks and all my feelings are all mixed ♪ ♪ always missing people that i shouldn't be missing ♪ ♪ sometimes you got to burn some bridges just to create some distance ♪ ♪ i know that i control my thoughts and i should stop reminiscing ♪ ♪ but i learned from my dad that it's good to have feelings ♪ ♪ when love and trust are gone i guess this is moving on ♪ ♪ everyone i do right does me wrong so every lonely night i sing this song ♪ ♪ i hate you i love you i hate that i love you ♪
♪ don't want to but i can't put nobody else above you ♪ ♪ i hate you i love you i hate that i want you ♪ ♪ you want her you need her and i'll never be her ♪ ♪ all alone i watch you watch her like she's the only girl you've ever seen ♪ ♪ you don't care you never did you don't give a damn about me ♪ ♪ yeah all alone i watch you watch her ♪ she is the only thing you ever see how is it you never notice ♪ ♪ that you are slowly killing me ♪
♪ i hate you i love you i hate that i love you ♪ ♪ don't want to but i can't put nobody else above you ♪ ♪ i hate you i love you i hate that i want you ♪ ♪ you want her you need her and i'll never be her ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: gnash with olivia o'brien, everyone! for tour dates, head over to gnash.us. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ]
[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: my thanks to emma roberts, scott speedman, gnash and olivia o'brien, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] thomas lang, fred armisen, and of course, the 8g band. stay tuned for carson daly. we'll see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> carson: welcome to last call. i'm carson daly. and we are stationed here at 97.1 amp radio out of los angeles for tonight's sh. coming up, griz performs from the roxy.