prescription toilet paper, we didn't make a nickel on that. i didn't even understand that one. >> no. >> and then he tried to get me into a professional javelin throwing franchise. >> you mean like team tennis, you mean? >> yeah, similar. indoor, uh, javelin throwing and stuff, and, uh-- >> it's hard to turn out a crowd for that. >> it is. well, see, it's just new, pro-- the amateurs they come out for, but it's pro now, and they can't i haven't lost all my money. this is a new roach spray. it doesn't kill the roaches, but it fills them with self doubt. [ laughter ] >> all right, we'll be back. stay where you are. attention: are you eligible for medicare? the medicare enrollment deadline is just a few weeks away. changes to medicare plans could impact your healthcare costs. are you getting all the benefits available to you? new plans are now available that could increase your benefits and lower how much you pay out of pocket. to update your coverage- or enroll for the first time -- call healthmarkets. we'll help you make sure you have the right
they don't have a nickel. think of going into retirement without a penny in the bank scared to death. you've got single moms out there today who are making $30,000, $40,000 a year and spend $13,000, $15,000 in childcare. how do you survive? kids graduating from college $50,000 in debt earning $12 an hour. that is the reality of america i talked about it as much as i could. trump talked about it. the end of the campaign, trump was posing as a hero of the working class of america. i happen not to believe him. i hope i'm wrong and i hope he does follow through on some of his ideas about creating jobs and raising wages. but to answer your question, i think what the punditry and the establishment does not understand there, a lot of people in this country who are suffering, hurting and scared to get the about tomorrow for their kinds and he anxiety. >> stephen: people are march anything the streets. are you in favor t of that? >> i think people are expressing their feelings and exercising their constitutional right.
jeff nickels who directed "mud "and "midnight special," he was interested in me for the role. and i was like, "what's the character?" and they said, "his name is bernie cohen." and i said, "all right, i get why i'm going to be in this movie." ( laughter ) speaking of that, mel gibson was amazing last night. i found it fascinating. >> stephen: yeah, it was interesting. >> and i was told the f.c.c. forced to you have me on the show to jew up the show a little bit. >> stephen: we had to. for the license. yeah, he's a sweet guy. and you played the lawyer and your-- you're too young to-- you're not even allowed to go to the supreme court because you're too young to actually try the case. >> right. so bernie cohen and his-- the gentleman who came on, phil herschof, they were so young and inexperienced they were faking it until they made it and bernie had to introduce phil because phil had only been out of law school for three years and these two gentlemen brought the case from the a.c.l.u., and brought it to the supreme court and really changed the country. and richard and mildred r
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