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>> i honestly like ben carson. >> stephen: you like him? yeah. >> stephen: don't hold your breath. really part of the deal. bernie? >> probably not. i might sit that one out. >> stephen: have you thought of getting in there yourself? (laughter) >> stephen: a thoughtful person would be very welcomed. >> it's something i've toyed with in the past. i think you have to either be an actor or a politician and somewhere in the middle doesn't work. >> reagan made the turn. he did make the turn, though, that's the thing. >> stephen: yeah. he actually head of the sag union for eight years and then became governor and then president. so his commitment to politics was pretty much written in stone by then. >> stephen: kelsey, thanks so much for being here. >> you bet, man.
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yes, right, i know. do you? feel like a hollywood insider with prism tv from centurylink. >> stephen: welcome back. my next guest is a versatile comedian and actor who stars in "portlandia". >> you're so beautiful. i am so beautiful. now tell the world. stop thinking. just paint. get the grapes. get the grapes. >> okay. painting grapes. >> you're an artist!
now look at me! both at the same time! get the grapes! question with yourself, fight with yourself. look at it, you're michelangelo. >> i'm painting, painting. don't forget the grapes! >> stephen: please welcome fred armisen. (cheers and applause) >> you have a great singing voice. >> thanks very much. (cheers and applause) >> stephen: i know you're a drummer. do you sing? >> i don't think i'm really much of a singer. i like to sing but i'm mostly a drummer. >> stephen: you have a punk band. there you are. is this you in high school? >> yeah, i was a teenager. that was a clash shirt i was
called the k.g.b. >> stephen: what year are we talking? >> '84. >> stephen: that's perfect for >> yeah. >> stephen: how did you make the transition to comedy. >> i made a video in 1998 after south by southwest, i played a german guy and deaf person and that tape just made the rounds. more people came out for that than they ever did my band. so it was a very quick -- it was very evident to me that that's what i should be doing. >> stephen: i have an odd question for you. >> yes. >> stephen: i had a desktop picture on my computer for many years is this right here. and that's me and my daughter and two sons skating at the ice rink blind the rose planetarium here in new york. there is a guy here.
that that's you because if you blow up and go in really close -- is that you? dwroid ever go skating there? >> i just like to watch over you guys to make sure you're playing it safe. i don't want you to fall when you skate. >> stephen: literally, this was on my desk. i said, i think that's fred. >> funny, the one before it, that's the way my legs are. i am a little pigeon-toed. it's similar. look at that. >> wow. maybe it was me. i might have been staring at you for years. >> stephen: that's my old apartment, too. >> this whole thing? very nice. >> stephen: do people in portland like "portlandia"? do they ever get offended at portland.
have cable or tv. so much i get, well, i don't have a television. (laughter) they're so nice. >> stephen: do you actually like it there. >> i love it there. >> stephen: what's your favorite thing about it? >> i like it that it's cloudy. there are so many bikes you feel like you're in a little european town. i like wearing a jacket. just something about it. you know that feeling? >> stephen: what do you mean, like -- >> like a jacket. >> stephen: like a north face sort of thing? >> like an in between, like a fall jacket. you know what i mean? >> stephen: is it always fall there in portland? >> it's always kind of -- well, when it's rainy, just like that feeling. maybe i'm alone in feeling this, but when you put on a jacket and you feel like this... chicago's not like that. chicago's more like this. this is more like -- >> stephen: chicago is, like, please let me make it to the
please, jesus, i'll not do that thing i do anymore if you just please let me get to the corner. >> were you there in '96? >> stephen: yes. the winter was so incredible. i've always thought chicago was founded by lasalle or whoever that person was, got there in late april and said, this is lovely, burn the wagons. and october 4th, they're, like, where are the wagons? we're so screwed. >> it's intense. >> stephen: fred, i need your help. can you stick around? >> yes. >> stephen: we'll be right back with more fred armisen. (cheers and applause) ) i' ll never remember all the projects, presentations, or meetings i gave up my nights for. (music' s drums intensify)
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(cheers and applause) >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. we're here with fred armisen. fred, thanks so much. i'm glad you're here because i need your help with something. last december, as we do every year, we did our "late show" gift guide, and we recommended some very useful, very highly-specific stuff for people to buy if they hadn't gotten a gift idea for their loved ones. here's a little taste. >> okay.
special by fog hat. they created a boogie rock master piece and rock and roll outlaws available on c.d. and l.p., a holiday must have. the little ones are clamoring for the newest toy so why not give a gift that will endure, fog hats fool for the city? >> stephen: you might have noticed there was a theme to some of those gifts. >> awesome gifts? >> stephen: that's true, but also fog hat gifts. this was a true story, roger earl of fog hat, the founder of the boogie rock sound, saw that while he was in the hospital and sent us this photo. that's him in the hospital, apparently getting a double hand replacement. does that happen a lot with drummers? >> all the time. >> stephen: all the time. you're on your third or fourth set of hands at this point. >> yes. >> stephen: he was so touched, he actually sent us gifts from fog hat.
we've got drumsticks, you might like that. we've got great fog hat t-shirts. we've got fog hat c.d.s and great hats right here. (laughter) most exciting of all, and again this is absolutely true -- drum roll, please -- he sent us bottles of official fog hat wine from fog hat cellulars. jason, please! ladies and gentlemen... this is jason here one of our editors but also has good wine. according to the letter that they sent along, phot hat roger earl has been in the wine business almost a decade. would you like to help me review these actual fine wines? >> does fog hat have eight gold records? >> stephen: i have no idea, but...
hat cellulars! all right! let's start with the fog hat sauvignon. here we go. take it easy slow ride let's take it easy >> stephen: okay. it's got a velvety texture. i've got a good nose and i detect notes of spiced vanilla. >> kind of like a guitar solo, complex but well-balanced. i think i would pair it with a foot-long chili dog.
this is the best cabernet sowfennion produced by fog hat i've ever tasted. moving along. what's up next, jason? >> this is fog hat cellulars santa maria valley 2010. >> this one, i think this one unfolds nicely on the pallet. you can taste the history from the drumstick roger earl used to stir the mash to fermentation. >> i'd say this is the perfect wine to slug from the bottle after screening "thank you cleveland."
>> this is definitely the pest best i've ever tasted produced by fog hat. >> stephen: thank you, fred! thank you fog hat! "portlandia" airs thursdays at 10:00 on i.f.c. we'll be right back with sarah mcdaniel. [snarling] the nissan rogue. with the power and performance of our intuitive all-wheel drive. now get a $199 per month lease
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,, >> stephen: welcome back. my next guest is the cover model for the first-ever non-nude issue of "playboy." please welcome sarah mcdaniel! >> stephen: congratulations. thank you! >> stephen: now, let me tell the people what we're talking about. it was announced earlier this year that "playboy," which has
>> stephen: will no longer have nakedwomen. >> yes, big stuff. >> stephen: it is pretty big stuff in that they're showing us less than they used to, they're leaving us wanting more and you are the first thing they're leaving us wanting. this is a shot here, you on the cover of new "playboy." it's very simple, "playboy" and down here it just says, "heyyyy." you're an instagram star. >> yes. >> stephen: you have hundreds of thousands of followers on instagram and that's how this game to you? >> yes. well i i knew a photographer before and he kind of pushed me into that. >> stephen: how did that happen? this is "playboy" calling -- is your family thrilled by this? >> my dad was the first one to say you better do this because
cay changing everything and i think it's going to be something to remember whether they become successful. >> stephen: starting tomorrow, tomorrow this will hit the stands. >> yes. >> stephen: used to be in a plastic wrapper, couldn't sell it at wal-mart and this is the last issue and she's wearing a choker that says sex and naked inside. this is very demure by comparison. now people actually can read it for the articles. >> yeah, anybody can read it, i think. >> stephen: you have something -- a condition where you have one blue eye and one green. >> yes. >> stephen: brilliantly blue and one is hazel. >> yes. >> stephen: when you were a little girl, did you like it or did you want to be like everybody else? >> i didn't like it at all. sometimes it's very annoying. i get asked is it fake.
asked you. >> yeah, everyone notices it. i wish they would pay attention to other things about me rather than that just one thing. >> stephen: well, there are other things i could pay attention to... (laughter) (cheers and applause) but valentines is on sunday. (laughter) is there a secret to a great selfie? >> i think there is. do you want me to show you? >> stephen: yeah, yeah, please. >> i'll show you right now. >> stephen: all right. i got one right here. >> you've got one, too. >> stephen: yes. break it out. >> stephen: you will do one, too. >> at the same time. >> stephen: they're selfies, they're not -- can i get you some duct tape? (cheers and applause)
that's beautiful. >> stephen: going on your instagram account? >> i don't know. >> stephen: slap it up there right now. do it. >> is that a threat? >> stephen: no, it's not a threat. >> i'll print it out. >> stephen: no, don't have to. don't do me any favors. (laughter) well, congratulations. >> you, too. >> stephen: the new "playboy" comes out tomorrow. sarah mcdaniel, everyone. we'll be right back. (cheers and applause) can't get unlimited data for your family? other carriers either don't offer it, or it's to not t-mobile! get three lines of unlimited 4g lte data for just fifty bucks each, and get a fourth line, free! hurry. only at t-mobile. what's the most awarded car company of the year? ranking from top to bottom. luxury cars just seem like they would be top awarded there better be some awards behind what you are paying
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,, ,, >> stephen: that's it for "the late show." tune in monday when my guests will be craig ferguson, senator cory booker, and world darts champion, scott waites. now stick around for james corden. goodnight! >> reggie: are you ready to have some fun feel the love tonight don't you worry 'bout your hang-ups and fears
it's the late, late show >> ladies and gentlemen, all the way from wilson creek, north dakota, give it up for your host, the one, the only james corden! (cheers and applause). >> james: thank you very much. hello, good evening, and welcome to this, your "late, late show." thank you so much, guys, cheers. bless you, bless you for being here. ladies and gentlemen, as you know this sunday is valentine's day. if you are single, i'm sorry, that's a pain. if you are in a long-term relationship, i'm sorry, that's a pain. and if you are with someone you started dating two weeks ago, i'm really sorry, that's the worst of all three.
but this is sweet because america's longest married couple john and anne betar who have been married for 83 years will take-- i know, i know, i know. they're going to take to twitter on sunday to answer questions about love and marriage. and the secret to becoming the lockest-- longest marid copy-- couple in the united states is not dying. (laughter) the best way to do it i mean back when they got married, if you were on tinder it was because someone was trying to burn you at the stake for witchcraft. back then swiping right was how you fought off the gangs of new york. get back, you irish dogs! can you imagine staying together for 83 years. i mean the couple says that the
plenty of hot threesomes. (laughter) i'm kidding, they say it's trust am but this time of year it's important to keep the romance alive and earn's getting in on the act, even kfc because for valentine's day they will be offering a fancy date night table complete with waiter service and linen nap kins. now i may not be the biggest romantic but i do know one thing, nothing you do for your loved one on valentine's day should involve a bucket. so i mean this all sounds very fancy but what does this dinner look like? do you know what i mean, kfc is the way to like, ah, i see the lady is having fried chicken. i think that would pair well with our pepsi. or if you prefer something from the sierra regon we also have a 2016 sierra mist you may enjoy. but i don't recommend this at
date to kfc i hope you enjoy the chicken because those will be the only breasts and thighs you will touch that night. reggie, ready to do this? >> reggie: yes. >> james: he's reggie watts, i'm james corden and this, this is the "late, late show," roll the titles. captioning sponsored by cbs the late, late show, oh, oh the late, late show, ooh the late, late show, oh, oh the late, late show oh, oh the late, late show (cheers and applause). >> james: we have a fine show tonight, we really doment should we look and see who our guests are on the show this evening in. the blue room an academy award nominated actor you know him from "12 years a slaifer," the martian ," kinky booths, the
ejiofor is here tonight. we love it when this guy is in town. how are you. >> i'm very well. i'm glad to be back. >> james: we're happy to have you back, chiwetel just got off a plane, literally two hours ago. >> straight here. >> james: here to see us and flying straight back to continue shooting marvel's dr. strange. >> yeah. >> james: how is it going? >> it's going really well. we've been having a great time. >> james: we're excited for the film, aren't we reg, reg is pumped for it. >> reggie: cum ber batch. >> james: thanks for being here. chiwetel ejiofor, everybody. we love him. we love him! and ladies and gentlemen in the orange room a brilliant comedian, best selling author, act res, huge huge superstar, the lovely, the brilliant grace helbig is here tonight. >> hello. >> james: hey, grace. >> hi. >> james: how are you? >> so good. >> james: what are you doing there? >> i'm snapchatting. >> james: snapchatting, that is very moment. >> yes, i was.
snapchat of a camera. >> yes, i did because the internet needs content like this. >> james: it needs to know, and no one knows better, look at that dress, that is exceptional tonlt. i love it. >> thank you. >> james: it's beautiful. thanks for being here grace helbig. >> of course. >> james: everybody. (cheers and applause) and in the purple room you know him from obvious charls, girl, the brilliant movie, we are so happy he is here, the handsome, the charming mr. jake lacy is here tonight. (cheers and applause) hey, jake, ho you are. >> i'm good, man how are you. >> james: i'm very, very well. you buttoned up the whole t-shirt. >> i was going to dowl the buttons on the jacket and top to bottom. >> james: butt en-- button the whole thing out. hopefully we'll see it later. jake lacy everybody. we have some music tonight. this is exciting in the red room, we have the indy rock musician sensation such a lovely man, we're so excited that he is here.
he is bringing music to the "late, late show" tonight. hey, how are we doing? >> james. >> james: yes, how are you. >> are you so tiny. >> james: you are just-- what is happening here. >> that's a good question. >> james: yeah? >> yes. >> james: four guys, four open minded guys, four broad minded girls hanging out backstage. rock 'n' roll is alive and well and it lives within albert hammond, jr., everybody. thanks for being here. he's got a great performance. now as if that is not enough, like that would be enough, wouldn't it? it would be enough for a show. it would be more than a enough exciting. we have here in the studio three super bowl champions in the green
room. (cheers and applause). >> james: tonight from the denver broncos, we've got chris harris, jr., brandon marshall
(cheers and applause). >> james: that would be our fourth super bowl winners this week and it was only on sunday. it's too much. it's too much for me. but we are going to play a special game of nuzzle whaa after this. with super bowl winners. super bowl winning nuzzle whaa. huge. gang. i hope you don't mind. because there is a brilliant movie, okay. and it just opened to incredible reviews and by next friday it's going to be in hundreds of theaters across the country. and the reason i'm telling you about it is i'm in it. but like for a little bit. not a lot. not a lot. dame maggie smith is in it. she was nominated for a golden globe, for a bafta. it's directed and written by allen benny two men which truly if
i hadn't met and worked with back in london i absolutely wouldn't be here doing this show right now.
little film. go and see this movie and i really hope you enjoy it. it is a lady and a band am tiny film, tiny part, lots of fun. now dution everyone know what is happening on monday night on cbs? do you know what is happening? the grammy's, you are absolutely right. i will be there and then straight after the grammy's we have our grammy show right here in this studio chelsea handler is going to be here. jason schwartzman is coming by, for us we have a brand new carpool karaoke with is ia coming out on monday-- with sia, coming out. have a look at a little bit. i'm going to swing from the chandelier the chandelier >> james: i mean i'm saying it was sia, i don't know, i think it was sia. could have been anyone, truth be
>> james: welcome back. do you know that these guys are used to playing contact sport but now we're going to find out how they do at a very close contact sport. here to play nuzzle whaa from the super bowl champions the denver broncos, number 22 runningback cj anderson. hi, cj. number 54, the linebacker brandon marshall. and number 25, the cornerback
you, super bowl winners. at the "late, late show." cj you had a particularly brilliant sunday because you scored the touchdown that sealed the game for the broncos. (cheers and applause) incredible but when i was watching the game i realized you started, you started like your touchdown celebration and then you got swarmed by the offensive linemen. >> right. >> james: do you want to show us right now what you were going for before you got interrupted. >> this, and then this, got to put the-- here and just roll around here. >> there you go. (cheers and applause) >> i love it. >> brandon, how did you guys celebrate after you won the game. because we got a picture of you here. do you remember this picture?
picture you remember. where do you go after you win the super bowl. >> we had rick ross come and he had a concert celebrating our super bowl championship in denver. it was crazy, man. my guy chris was there. >> it was a movie. >> a movie. >> james: look at this. look at this red shoes and red jacket. i could never pull it off. now you are without question one of the best cornerbacks in the game and part of the reason-- (cheers and applause). >> james: part of the reason i have heard s it drew that your pregame ritual involves listening to justin bieber. is that true? >> i like one song, i like no sense with travis scott,. >> james: how does it go. >> i don't know how it goes. >> james: all right, now guys
absolutely have but it's time to play the biggest game of all. this is nuzzle whaa. all right, so we are going to play in two teams, cj and i, we are one team, chris and brandon are you the other. here is how the game works. reggie is going to hold something up am then one person from each team will put on a blind fold and nuzzle the object to guess what it is in a head-to-head battle, all right? so brandon you and me are going to go first. okay? i know what none of the items are. the producers don't tell me ahead of time so reggie, it's over to you. guide us through it. here we go. >> reggie: all right, we've got four blind folds. i will now distribute them. >> james: okay. >> reggie: distribute to your partner. >> james: that is yours, brandon, come and step forward with me here. so get your blind fold ready. and reggie will tell us when to
so the object will be placed in between us. hands behind your back and nuzzle it only with your face. the first one to guess gets the points. >> oh lord. >> james: you might be the big man on sunday but when it comes to nuzzle whaa you're nothing. >> all right, reg. >> reggie: ready? hut, hut, blind folds on. and prepare for object placement. initiating. stand by. and nuzzle. >> you got to get closer. >> right there, homey. >> oh, you got it. >> james: it's, it's a helmet.
>> i was like what is-- i was like. >> you got to get to the face mask, i think he had it. (applause) >> say what? (laughter). >> james: all right. >> my man dripping. >> james: don't touch what you can't afford. okay. cj, chris, prepare to nuzzle, ready, set, hut, hut, blind folds down. are you ready? omaha, go! >> james: get the face in there.
get the face in there. (laughter) >> what is this, man? >> oh my god. >> it has got ham in it. omelet, omelet. >> yes, that's right. >> yes. it is a denver omelet, all right, okay. now for the final round, for the final round all four of us are going to be nuzzling. we are currently in the lead 2-0. but this next nuzzle is winner takes all, okay. >> we have nothing to worry about. >> james: brandon doesn't even
is okay reggie, all four of us. >> in a row. >> come back here. >> in a row. >> reggie: straight line. >> james: never in a row before. >> reggie: blind folds on. >> oh lord. >> james: okay. >> reggie: bring out the object. >> james: i condition even see. >> i can't even see. >> what's going on. >> that was fury, man. >> prepare to nuzzle, just avoid me. it's in between me, ready? one, two, eight, nuzzle. there you go. you got it.
>> i'm cool. it was a snake, oh my goodness. >> something slimy. >> 12 feet. >> why are we nuzzling this? why are we nuzzling-- . >> james: we're nuzzling snakes, that is how you play nuzzle whaa. congratulations to chris and brandon, are you the champions. ladies and gentlemen, chris harris, jr., brandon marshall and cj anderson. super bowl champions. the denver bronco, ladies and gentlemen, we'll be right back with chiwetel ejiofor, grais