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? ? >> seth: welcome back. our next guest, emmy, peabody award winner of the series inside amy schumer. her first book, "you'll grow out of it" is in stores now. please welcome to the show, everybody, jessi klein! ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> this is -- you know, you wrote on snl, knew each other then. the first show where everybody on it, snl writers. done full snl. when it goes live, i look to surround myself with old snl people.
>> it is so late. >> later than snl. we would be at the party. >> we would already be at the party. like the booty call of late night shows. the whole show just texted me, you up? i was like, yeah, i'm up. >> seth: this is the booty call. you are the last guest. like the one, oh, i'm up. i'm up. >> you got to the js. i'm here. cool. >> seth: you did have a chance to watch the speech tonight? >> i did. >> setha >> felt like a lot of balloons. so many balloons at the end. >> seth: feel like the people here in the studio didn't get to watch. it was an insane amount of balloons. >> insane amount of balloons. first balloons, oh, fun, balloons. there were more balloons. i was look this is quite a few balloons. by the end, i was like is this isis?
>> seth: at what point does secret service move against the balloons. >> move against the balloons. a squad. >> seth: they're thinking what you are thinking. this is normal amount of balloons. at some pin the they think is this isis? and you have to be sure before you start shooting balloons. >> yeah, you want to ask questions first with balloons. the cutest part of it, when you go, when you watch it, tim kaine with the balloons. balloon before. you have never seen a grown man more enchanted by a balloon. >> seth: first of all i have a big problem where everybody comes out. start pointing at people in the audience. >> i know you. >> they all started doing it with the balloons. look. >> yes. yeah. it's like, if you are going to point at every balloon. we are going be here for hours. >> a billion balloons. >> they got bigger as they went on. you are like those are there
overcompensating. it's look when you are throwing thanksgiving. you make that call, like i have better have, too much food rather than not enough. and some intern was like, too many balloons. too many balloons. >> don't want to be the intern whose head rolls. >> four balloons. >> four billion balloons. >> an historic night. >> first woman nominated b the balloons. congratulations on the balloons. first book. >> first book. >> long time television writer, long time stand-up did those things make it easy tire write a book or is a book just hard. >> yes, both. a book is hard. i am a slow writer. stand-up, you are used to people giving you feedback how it is going. writing a book, you are just look this, typing, you are like,
and then that goes on for three years. >> seth: three year process. >> two years of it was internet. just like on the internet just like cat memes. then a tight year of writing there. >> seth: i feel every book should come with a much larger book, the things i saw on the internet while i wrote this book. >> you can get that that kindle. >> seth: volumes. one thing, you used to work at the video stor >> you were? >> i was. want you to talk about what you had to do at the video store. i had a similar thing. little different. you had a job that maybe was. >> i worked, proud employee at a video store called allen's alley, now, run by a lovely man, and i was a clerk. he wanted it to be a family video store. at the same time it was located in chelsea, new york city. so there was a lot of people who
to come in and say the titles of the porn they wanted to see out loud. so work with me. this will take seven hours to explain. he had a process, there were pieces of paper, and a thing of golf pencils. if you wanted to rent porn, you had to write down, in the order of preference what porn titles you wanted. and then, 19-year-old me would read them, starting from the back, go get vhs cassettes, very old. then i would go and see if they were there, come back. we don't have this one. then they would start to write their way through other porn titles. they wanted. so basically there would be a paper trail of all of the porn you wanted. >> seth: i can't believe, the first three got turned down. can't belief they couldn't write any porn. >> any porn. >> seth: please do not come out without a porn. >> yeah, yeah. and some, do you just want to kind of give you one we have laying around.
>> seth: congratulations, you had a baby. >> i had a baby. you had a baby too? >> seth: i had a baby. we have ashe. >> how are you? >> we are 13 months. >> seth: a fun time? >> and now it is like, also, cars. he loves cars. >> seth: that's great. he calls it car-car. which is very cute. >> seth: that is cute. when he grows up. he has got to stop that. >> yeah. yeah. >> seth: you can't as an adult walk on the lot, i'm looking to buy a car-car. >> how much for this car-car? >> seth: you are going to get ripped off. >> absolutely, charge for a
into? >> not much. >> seth: he is not making any choices. putting baby sunglasses on him. >> of course. >> seth: the best, letting my wife have it. but the amount my wife, says he loves this. i said he doesn't. he doesn't love. and, but anyways. i want to say congratulations. congratulations on the book, the baby. and thank you for being here. good to see you. jessi klein, everybody, and "you'll grow out of it" is in stores now. we will be right back! ?
colin jost, michael che, jessi klein, everybody. thank you. we'll see you tomorrow! [ indiscernible ] ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> carson: hey, what's up everybody? i'm carson daly, and you are watching "last call" coming to you from the skylark here in new york city. coming up, we spotlight the talented young actor, jack cutmore-scott and showcase the music of sylvan esso from the fonda. but first, jillian bell and charlotte newhouse are former groundlings performers who
"idiotsitter." for more now, we go to one west to meet jillian and charlotte. ? >> who the hell are you? >> pass. >> yeah, pass. >> pass. >> next question. ? >> shh! cars. >> shh shh! >> cars! >> this is an interview. ? >> sit up straight when you do that. show your boobs. ? >> what is this thing "idiotsitter" all about? >> um, it's about a harvard grad who spent like, you know, the last five years in academia. umm, just with mounting student loans. she can't get a job. >> she applies for a babysitter
and when she shows up for the interview, she finds out that the baby that she's sitting is my character, gene, on a house arrest. ? charlotte's favorite thing to compare it to is "mr. belvedere." ? i'm sorry. r.i.p., straw. >> hold on one second! [ beep ] ? [ light laughter ] ? >> is that an ankle monitor? >> what? >> both: is that an ankle monitor? is that an ankle monitor? >> oh my gosh! i can do a spot on impression of her. ? >> tigers, horses, al pacino. >> we don't have any of that. >> none of it's in the show. [ knocking ]
>> excuse me, how much for sex? with both of you. hmm? also, i'd like to report a stolen pony. c'mon, ice cream, let's go. andele! ? >> it's fun playing a weirdo. i love playing weirdoes. i refer to her as the little animal. she's a little wild. not ready to be tamed. she's sort of a mess, so when a more responsible adult, she's not sure how she feels about that. >> which of these shapes is a parallelogram? >> that one. >> nope. can you take you shades off, please? >> yeah, if you take your top off. >> i'm not taking my top off. take off your sunglasses. >> doesn't seem fair. but, frickin' crazy. >> which of these women is harriet tubman? >> this one here? >> the what what? >> the sexy one. >> i don't -- which one is sexy
? >> billie is as deficient, in certain ways, as gene. >> hey! >> she's just a weirdo, egghead, who's an academic and doesn't know how to, you know, socially awkward, doesn't know how to relate to people. >> shh, shh. [ phone rings ] >> hello? >> you do it. >> no, you. >> joy? this is the policia. your parents, they, they died. >> y >> hang up, before she knows who it is. >> sorry, joy, it's gina and billie. ? >> what were your comedic inspirations? >> i loved watching "snl" when i was younger, and "in living color" and -- >> lars von trier movies. >> no that's not a -- can i talk to you for a second? >> yeah. >> that's not a current thing. >> okay, i got it now. >> bjork. that's it.
>> yeah. and "antichrist." >> shout out to lars von trier if you're watching. >> thank you! for making me laugh. >> hashtag lars von trier. ? >> so who is, in your mind, who is the audience for this show? >> can i answer this one? >> yeah. >> every single person in america, and beyond. >> where else? >> morocco. >> ting po's dry cleaners, no billie here. [ laughter ] ? if you were just a random person, watching this, came across it, what would your headline be? >> beautiful -- >> hey, hey! has anyone seen this? watch it. it's, like, the best thing i've ever seen. >> beautiful, pony like women. >> pony like women? >> star in sensational hit comedy. >> this is a long title.
? >> carson: that was jillian bell and charlotte newhouse. "idiotsitter" airs thursdays at 10:30/9:30 central on comedy central. we'll be right back with the music of sylvan esso. ? ? we're going to prove just how wet and sticky your current gel antiperspirant is. and now we're going to show you how degree dry spray is different. degree dry spray. goes on instantly dry for a cleaner feel. degree. it won't let you down. ?
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>> it's exciting to think that this many people will get to see something that i've done, i guess. it's funny. the reactions have been, more often than not, kind of based in slight surprise, i guess. >> how so? >> well, it's one of those things where if you have that friend in college who's into acting, like, i get it. that's cute, you know. i've had a bunch of friends who have like, "that's -- i had no idea that you were still doing -- this is great. congrats, i guess." ? >> i'm jack cutmore-scott and i'm playing cooper in "cooper barrett's guide to surviving life." >> what happened to the tile? >> hi, guys. >> hey. >> hi. >> i'm kelly. >> cooper. >> hi. >> the guy learning to use the door is neal. >> hey, how's it going? >> who's the wet, naked guy? >> barry. ? >> the show is about life in your 20's after college and the kind of scrapes that you can get into.
i've been calling him your lens of what not to do. he's definitely not an authority. he doesn't have his life together and he gets into these amazingly bizarre situations through a combination of bad luck and terrible decisions. >> we're going to mexico. just relax. you can count on me. now excuse me while i chase my pig. ? who created the show, about sort of where it all came from, and he said it was from talking to his friends now about their 20's, and they said, one, it was the best time of my life and two, i'm amazed i didn't die. ? the structure of the show -- we've sort have been comparing it to "the hangover" in so far as you see the whatever crazy situation we got ourselves into, and then we go back and establish how we got there. the pilot starts with me being held hostage and having buckets of water thrown in my face and the second episode start with being held up by paula abdul.
oh yeah, on the back of a pickup truck driving through mexico with chickens and a goat. >> well, that went about as well as i expected. ? >> the accent thing -- yeah, people are surprised. it's like learning a language for me, that's what it felt like. the fun thing is discovering things that i have never said. there's a street in los angeles called st. george, and i would just instinctively say sint george and i had to say "saint and i sort of said sint george a few times, and the writer comes over and is like, i'm really sorry but no one would ever say sint. >> stick the landing on a perfect american "st. george." >> saint george. [ laughter ] ? >> the show does really speak to me because i remember graduating from college, and it really seemed like everyone else had a
they got the job at goldman sachs, and there was an actual salary, in, you know, the whole thing. and i didn't have that at all. i didn't even have a sort of a permanent visa at that point, so i kind of had a year to stay in the states. and at the time, it was like, well i've got this one year, i had done a couple of plays, professionally, in boston so, why not pick the most volatile and unpredictable profession on the planet? i mean, you know, might as well give it a shot and see what happens. ? >> what makes the show a little bit more fun is that it develops in ways that are very honest to the way in which 20-somethings interact. it's complicated, it's multi-faceted, multi-layered and the show isn't afraid of having that heart that is really beating underneath all the craziness, and i think that's what will hopefully give us some staying power, because, yeah, it's fun to see cars exploding and all the crazy stuff that we do but at the end of the day you
>> carson: that was jack cutmore-scott. "cooper barrett's guide to surving life" airs sundays at 8:30/7:30 central over on fox. and hang tight, more music coming up right after this. ? >> carson: hey, a quick thank you to jingle punks for providing us with some of the coolest production music out there, like the track you're hearing right now. for much more check them out and jinglepunks.com/blog. the world's widest curved all-in-one. the new hp envy desktop. mommy, the cookies! they're ruined. the new hp envy curved all in one.
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>> carson: and like that, another episode of "last call" comes and goes. thanks to everybody here at the skylark for having us. of course, all of you guys for tuning in. and now, enjoy a little more "sylvan esso." so long. [ cheers ] ? hey mami i know what you are mami ? ? hey mami i know what you are mami ? ? hey mami mami ? ? hey mami i know what you are mami ? ? hey mami i know what you are mami ? ? hey mami i know what you are mami ? ? hey mami i know what you are mami ? ? hey mami i know what you are mami ? ? she walking so fast she walking so fast she walking so fast ? ? oh our lady she don't
? she walking so fast she walking so fast she walk like a babe hey ? ? her image it lasts and i know she floats along as she goes ? ? she owns the eyes as she flies right through the sound ? ? moving her body all around town ? ? hey hey mami hey hey mami ? ? i know what you want i know what you want i know what you want ? ? sooner or later the dudes at bodegas will hold their lips and own this --? ? coming to terms on ava ? but our hero she don't know the gravity she holds ? ? as she pulls on the eyeballs of all the kids standing tall ? ? hey mami i know what you are mami ? ? hey mami i know what you are mami ? ? hey mami i know what you are mami ? ? hey mami i know what you are mami ? ? she walking so fast she walking so fast
? oh our lady she don't know how she go ? ? she walking so fast she walking so fast she walk like a babe hey ? ? look at that -- and i know ? she floats along as she goes ? ? she owns the eyes as she flies right through the sound ? ? moving her body all around town ? ? hey hey mami hey hey mami ? ? i know what you want i know what you want i know what you want ? ? sooner or later the dudes own this --? ? coming to terms on a chivalry tip ? ? but out here oh she don't know the gravity she owns ? ? as she pulls on the eyeballs of all the kids standing tall ? ? hey mami i know what you are mami ? ? hey mami i know what you are mami ? ? hey mami i know what you are
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> here we go. >> uh-huh. hello everybody, congratulations you've made it to thirsty thursday, july 28. so happy you're with us. that is colbie caillat singing "brighter than the sun." >> she's so beachy and cool. >> and in love. >> and in love. >> two-time grammy winner. she'll be here performing a new song for us, she describes as her most romantic song ever because she's in love. >> who else is here? >> a very dear friend of mine, a very special person, elizabeth chambers, married to our good
>> doesn't she look beautiful? >> she always do. she's obnoxiously beautiful. together she and army -- we have to show a picture of the most perfect -- you have to have many children -- >> working on it. >> you're welcome at my home at any time because it worked like a charm -- >> is that what happened? >> harper was conceived at k.l.'s house. >> my house down in the keys. my the next week, my niece conceived her baby. she's got a fantastic apple pie recipe. she made cookies, these darling bird bakeries. >> this is mine. look at kat's, and we have this. >> this one says stuff. >> anyway, we're going to be with you in the kitchen in a few
the royal treatment. we'll see those looks in our ambush makeover. >> bobbie thomas has new lipstick. >> i must need a little sugar. rarely do i want something so much. >> get after it. before we get to everything, can we do one quick shout-out? every now and then, someone is here, this lady molly got married on the show ten years ago. so molly and jason tied the knot right outside, and now she's here with her kids, husband and another guy who is not her husband. >> i don't know who he. he's here, too. >> i want to know that story. happy they're here. >> molly, congratulations and thanks for coming back to see us. >> oh, my gosh, this cookie -- >> it's so good.
>> on "the bachelorette," aaron rodgers from green bay, the quarterback, his brother was on "the bachelorette," and he's been talking about the relationship, a strained relationship. >> nobody knows why. >> they haven't made it clear. this has been going on and aaron rodgers has never spoken out. take a look at some of the controversy going on on "the >> i have a great relationship with my brother luke. me and aaron don't have that much of a relationship. it's just kind of -- the way he's chosen to do life. i chose to stay close to my family and my parents and my brother. it's not ideal and i love him and i can't imagine what it's like to be in his shoes and have the pressure he has and the demands from people he has.
him. it's just how things go right now. >> so that kind of put aaron, the famous football player in a bad spot. now he's -- >> yet he's been on the high road, taking totally quiet about it. >> he finally responded yesterday. he said he has not seen the show. he basically said this, it hasn't really affected me a whole lot. >> he also said i've always fo about family matters. i'm not going to speak on those things, but i wish him well in the competition. again, high road i think. >> i think so, too. it's none of our business what happens with the family. they make it our business when they go on a show like "the bachelorette" and talk about it. we would never have known. >> why would jojo keep asking questions -- >> besides the fact the
>> if you say i'm not speaking to my mother, haven't spoken to my father in years, you would be like, why? >> anyway, we wish everybody all the happiness in the world. >> we have a trailer for you and you'll be excited i think. >> if you're of a certain age. >> the gilmore girls reboot is coming out. >> it's got one comedian's attention. take a look. >> do you think amy schumer would like me? >> no. >> why? it's not like i' armed or at sundown i turn into a vampire with no sense of humor or i have that plant strapped to me that only blooms every 50 years. >> what plant? >> the one people lines up to see that smells like dead fish. why wouldn't she like me. >> water sports. every time i see her in a magazine she's on vacation doing water sports. >> that would not work at all. >> amy has been seen jet skiing.
>> she responded on twitter saying, i would love her, only done two water sports. they took pictures of it both times. i promise, i usually just lay there -- and then she said -- she said something else. >> we'll move on. >> people are eating their cheerios. >> i've never seen an episode of the gilmore girls. i don't watch a lot of television. you know when i stopped watching television? right after i had seen so many years of kids television that i couldn't see it anymore. about ten years all i watched was nickelodeon and the disney channel because of my kids. when they were done, thank god i don't have to watch television anymore. there were great shows on, but i wasn't interested. >> you were busy. >> most of us sit around. >> like you. whatever. >> do you think women feel pressure to get a short haircut? some of us obviously don't.
>> there is a thing that says women should cut their hair when they get older. we both said it's silly. >> who says? where is that written from the ten commandments. long mane. dunaway, jane seymour. >> you're not supposed to be sleeveless after a certain age. not supposed to show -- excuse me, jerry -- legs. >> there was a camera by jerry, too. >> you think i didn't see it? >> snl had a funny bit on women that have mom hair, something happens and you get mom hair. >> you get the cut. >> so take a look at this. >> when are you becoming a mom? >> my due date is july 14th. >> no, no. that's when you're having a child.
mother. when are you -- >> when am i what? >> she wants to know when you're getting the cut, sweetie. >> the cut? >> yes, the cut. >> the haircut that all moms have. a soft waterfall in the front but knives in the back. >> i don't think that look is for me. >> that's what we all thought. then one day something will break inside of you and you'll know it's time to get the cut. >> for me it was when i bought a big glass urn, huge, my entire what did i put it? one candle. >> when do you light it? >> never. >> there's a lot of truth to it. i got the cut once. i got the cut and frank looked at me and said, hi, butch. i looked like a man. to frank that's what it meant. that's not the cut. that's long hair put up. >> that's like kate gosling.
on us. >> before anybody misunderstand stands that whole thing, that was frank's way of saying you look like a man, not meant in a sexual way, although it did get a little kinky afterwards. here is an ihoda you're going to like. we're heading the the olympics, there's a song you'll have to see, a video about women and being strong. this one is called "salute" by >> not little big town, not lil kim. ? ? ? ? ? ?
? representing all the women ? >> look at ledecky. >> adorable. >> where's the rest of it? >> oh, that's sad. >> look up "salute." it's all the female athletes, missy franklin, yo and you get pumped. >> the olympics are coming, a week from tomorrow. >> opening ceremony. >> you can find hoda's music on apple music and listen to her on sirius xm 108. her show is every monday and wednesday at 2:00.
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