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the late show with stephen colbert is next. >> have a captioning sponsored by cbs >> the u.s.-- listen to this-- would run out of avocados in three weeks if president trump shuts down the border with mexico. >> donald trump has shut down the border with mexico, and america has run dry of its precious avocados. now renegade gangs of health-conscious millennials roam the landscape looking for green gold. >> give us the avocados for our toast, or you will die! i know it's high in fat, but it's the good kind of fat. it's called oleic acid. look it up! >> defend the avocados. >> every day they get browner and smooshier. >> bit if you want to save the
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avocados, talk to this guy. >> avocados? you talk to me. "mad guac: the avacado warrior." >> it's "the late show with stephen colbert." tonight, repeal and erase. plus, stephen welcomes emilia clark henry winkler and musical guest h.e.r. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now, live on tape from the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: howdie. beautiful! thanks so much! up there, down here, out there. welcome, one and all to "the late show."
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i'm your host, stephen colbert. chiewbl chiewbl occupy go>> i'v. these people have energy. i did not get a great night's sleep last night. there's nothing like a good night's sleep. you know who else didn't get a good night's sleep? donald trump, because starting a little after 10:00, he fired a series of angry and incredibly long tweets. ( laughter ) you know what they say: "brevity is the soul of wit." and he is evidently witless. his first-- ( cheers and applause ) evidently. evidently. his first target of his tweets was health care. you see, he's decided he wants to kill obamacare in the courts. remember "repeal and replace"? we're going to repeal and replace. >> audience: boo! >> stephen: well, after nine years, they still haven't gotten
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around to the "replace" part. they have no plan. in fact, not only do they not have a plan, "there is no plan to make such a plan." ( applause ) so they don't have a plan to mack a plan, but they are working hard on a plan for you to never find out that they will never have had a plan. but trump, evidently, thinks no plan is better than obamacare: "everybody agrees that obamacare doesn't work. premiums & deductibles are far too high. really bad healthcare! even the dems want to replace it, but with medicare for all, which would cause 180 million americans to lose their beloved private health insurance." ( laughter ) yes, yes. ( cheers and applae ) beloved. beloved. america's private health insurance is beloved:
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"my dearest cigna, you will always have a special place in my heart because you wouldn't pay for the valve replacement i desperately needed, and now i'm dead. wish you were here." ( laughter ) ( applause ) ( cheers ) then-- beloved. beloved. then trump repeated his new catchphrase: "the republican party will be known as the party of great "heltcare." yes, not healthcare, "heltcare." he's going to get out of this with technicalities. "as promised, i'm providing great "heltcare." you'll have access to the best dotors. now, who wants a free "mermagerm?" ( laughter ) ( applause )
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( cheers ). >> jon: wow. >> stephen: what? then, this afternoon, trump met with the head of-- who did he meade with? he met with the head of nato to talk about-- who knows? because he just talked about whatever was on his mind and said his imaginary obamacare replacement is going to be great. >> when the plan comes out, which we will be showing you at the appropriate time, it's much better than obamacare. so when the plan comes out, you'll see it. >> stephen: (as trump): "trust me, desperately sick people, just keep breathing. ( laughter ) tell your diabetes to sit tight in your pancreases until some later time. and i promise you or your next of kin will love it." and tha that fantastic-- ( cheers and applause ) so amazing, imaginary health care.
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and that fantastic healthcare plan can be yours for the small price of re-electing the man who does not know what it is. >> if we get back the house, and on the assumption we keep the senate and we keep the presidency-- which i hope are two good assumptions- we're going to have a phenomenal healthcare. >> stephen: that's a lot of "if"s. you know what they say: if "if"s and "but"s were a punch in the nuts, that would still be better than his healthcare plan. ( cheers and applause ) digity-digity-digity-digity! so you'll get great healthcare if you elect him. but here's the thing-- we're not dumb. we have memories. he promised the exact same thing before the last election. >> we're going to get rid of obamacare and come up with great, great, powerful, wonderful healthcare. everybody's going to be taken care of, much better than they are taken care of now. we are going to have a great healthcare system in the united
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states, and a system you can afford. you will have the best health care you've ever, ever had. >> stephen: at least come up with a fresh lie. ( laughter ) he's like an old-tyme traveling snake oil salesman who made it full circle back to the prairie town where he started. (as salesman): ladies and gentlemen, i know my methylated arsenic spirits i sold you three years ago did not cure you but, in fact, gave you psoriatic dropsy and cooper's droop. but i bring you the cure: more sweet elixir! ( laughter ) trump also backpedaled hard on his threat to close the mexican border. >> reporter: is it your intention, sir, to close the border this weekend? what would it take to not close the border? >> well, i haven't made that intention known, and i'm ready to close it if i have to close it. (as trump): i might do it. you'll see. i might even close the border using my incredible obamacare replacement.
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now, how do you close a border with a healthcare plan? got to elect me in 2020 to find out." house democrats are going to vote tomorrow on issuing subpoenas to force attorney general william barr to give them an unredacted copy of the mueller report. ( cheers and applause ) you're okay with that. you're okay with that. that sounds luke a good idea. sound good to me. and that shouldn't be a problem for trump because he said this just last week: >> reporter: do you want the report to be completely released? >> up to the attorney general. but it wouldn't bother me at all. >> stephen: but here he is today saying the white house will fight the release. >> i think it's ridiculous. we went through two years of the mueller investigation. we have-- i mean, not only that, you read the wording. it was proven. who could go through that and
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get wording where it was no collusion, no nothing. so there's no collusion. the attorney general now and the deputy attorney general, ruled no obstruction. they said no obstruction, so there's no collusion, no obstruction, and now we're going to start this process all over again? i think it's adisgrace. >> stephen: (as trump): "no obstruction. it says so right in the document. and if you try to see the document, i'm going to obstruct you." ( laughter ) then he said-- ( applause ) "there's a comma-- there's a comma between no and obstuks. it's no! obstruction." then he said it was time to investigate the investigators. see if you can notice his small slip of the brain. >> i hope they now go and take a look at the oranges-- the oranges of the, uh, investigation-- the beginnings of that investigation. the mueller report i wish covered the oranges.
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( laughter ) ( applause ) s. >> stephen: yes! yes, sir! we must take a look at the oranges of the investigation! i say it is high clemen-time we do so! the american people-- ( cheers and applause ) the american people will not stand-gerine for it any longer! we can vitamin c right through the lies! we tropi-can handle the juice! ( laughter ) this reminds me-- thank you very much. thank you. ( cheers and applause ) this reminds me of the classic joke: knock, knock! >> audience: who's there? >> stephen: orange! >> audience: orange who?
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>> stephen: orange you ashamed we have a president who can't pronounce "origins"? ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause ) and-- and since he was talking, trump just tacked on a random lie when because, you know, why not? when he was talking about german chancellor angela merkel. >> i have great respect for angela, and i have great respect for the country. my father is german, right, was german, and born in a--a very wonderful place in germany. yes, it's true. frederick trump was born in a very wonderful place in germany: new york city in 1905. ( laughter ) ( applause )
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(as trump): "my father was born in a wonderful part of germany-- very, very west germany. ( laughter ) and i'll never forget his favorite german saying, 'ich bin ein fuhgedaboutit.'" ( laughter ) we've got a great show for you tonight, everybody. emilia clarke is here. but when we return, "meanwhile"! -we bought a house in a neighborhood with a lot of other young couples. then we noticed something...strange. oh, could you, uh, make me a burger? -poof -- you're a burger. [ laughter ] -everyone acts like their parents. -you have a tattoo. -yes. -fun. do you not work? -so, what kind of mower you got, seth?
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batiste and stay human, everybody! >> stephen: stephen! stephen! stephen. >> stephen: wow, double-- you're too kind. thank you very much. you know who they should save that chanting for, our guest tonight, jon, emilia clark, the queen of dragons. queen targaryen. have you seen it, jon, "game of thrones." >> jon: i've seen the advertisements of the show. >> stephen: good enough. you have seen advertisements. what do you think the idea of the show is? >> jon: it's about royalty and dragons and beheadings. >> stephen: that's pretty good-- that's the "cliffs notes" right there. >> jon: covers it all. that's all they did back in the day. >> stephen: yeah. that's tonight, seven years of televisi summary,h your
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host, jon batiste. ( laughter ) ( applause ) there you go. >> jon: there you go, clean. >> stephen: you know, i spend so much time breaking down all the big sides of news beef for you, but sometimes i like to take a minute to grind up the hooves and mix the news-keratin into my downmarket shampoo of a segment: "meanwhile." ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: everybody-- meanwhile, nasa wants to study the longterm effects of being immobile, so they've come up with the dream job for me in college, "offering people $19,000 to stay in bed for two months." let me save you some cash. just drop by my house while i'm bingeing "game of thrones" before the season premiere. ( cheers and applause )
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"bed sores are coming!" ( laughter ) during the two months, "participants will be asked to do a number of activities lying down, such as eating, reading, watching tv, or going to the bathroom." but "you must speak german." or at least learn a few key phrases, like, "herr doctor, i beg of you, please change the sheets of my horizontal eating toilet." danke. danke. ( cheers and applause ) speaking of the "game of thrones," the show's fight choreographer said recently that in order to ensure the safety of all actors on set, "'game of thrones' has a safe word." which explains the end of season one: >> wait! i forgot the safe word!" ( laughter ) >> stephen: spoiler alert, jon.
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spoiler alert. >> jon: yeah, i see that. >> stephen: he's fine. he's fine. to make sure the safe word was effective, he picked one "that might sound completely foreign to the people of westeros:" "banana." can that also be the safe word for when you're with someone who won't stop talking about "game of thrones?" ( lisping ) "well, technically, if jon snow is actually a targaryen, that means he can repel fire which, realistically, he would have discovered by now in his life, so it really doesn't hold up--" "banana! banana! dear god, banana!" meanwhile, "a pennsylvania man was just arrested for drunk driving." the man's name? daniel sober. ( laughter ) police call this their most ironic name-related arrest since they caught the notorious serial killer steve nottamurderer. ( laughter ) meanwhile, scientists have discovered that "dubstep music has been found to protect
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against mosquito bites by delaying host attack, reducing blood feeding, and disrupting mating," but it's "specifically music by skrillex." ( laughter ) researchers also concluded that they'd rather just get malaria. ( laughter ) meanwhile-- ( applause ) skrillex. meanwhile, artificial intelligence continues to make strides, because now "a.i. can predict who will die early with 'unsettling accuracy.'" so don't be surprised when you ask alexa to order more paper towels, and she strongly suggests one-day shipping. ( laughter ) researchers-- >> jon: no! >> stephen: researchers trained the a.i. by having it analyze patients' health data using "computer-based 'machine learning' algorithms."
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the algorithm is pretty complicated. did patient "a" put away seven cinnabons on sunday? if no, go to alive. if yes, go to dead. meanwhile, for some reason, this weekend, elon musk dropped a rap song eulogizing harambe the gorilla. oh, good! so that must mean the hyperloop is done, and we've colonized mars, and you finished that machine that gets kids out of caves? what are you doing? ( laughter ) now, that headline sounds bad, but it doesn't sound nearly as bad as the song itself. take a listen. ♪ r.i.p. harambe sipping on some bombay ♪ we on our way to heaven amen, amen ♪ >> stephen: that is the cruelest thing ever to happen to harambe: the gorilla who spent his life in a zoo and was murdered. but this is part of a long tradition of genius inventors making embarrassing forays into music. who can forget thomas edison's wax cylinder single during the alternative-current vs.
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again. >> lovely to see you as well. >> stephen: you know, we-- you're coming up on the end of a long and winding road here. >> yindeed, yes. very winding. >> stephen: we've all gotten to know you over-- how many years of shooting has it actually been, on air? >> altogether the whole thing is a decade. it's 10 years. >> stephen: 10 years, holy cow. >> oh, yeah. >> stephen: over that decade we've gotten to know you as this fierce warrior queen. >> yes. >> stephen: but we recently found out, you revealed in "the new yorker," you had your own personal battle. tell the people your story for those who don't know it yet >> i suffered two brain hemorrhages when i was filming during those 10 years in season-- right after we shot season one and also after we shot season three, so, yeah. >> stephen: so how did you know you had a brain h okay. >> year, you know, you absolutely know. it's-- the kind of-- the easy way of describing it is that it is the worst-- the worst
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headache a human could probably possibly manage to sort of experience. yeah. it's intense. >> stephen: so what did they have to do? so you're having it. >> yes. >> stephen: and i assume you're rushed to the hospital. >> indeed, yes. >> stephen: what do you think is going on when it first happened to you? >> i genuinely known i was being brain damaged. i don't know how. you're incredibly ill, and you have this incredibly, just horrific, horrific headache, and being violently ill. and somewhere-- at some point in my life i knew that that meant brain damage. so i just tried to keep as active as possible, moved my fingers and my toes and my hands and asked myself questions-- the lines -- >> stephen: really? >> genuinely trying to force my memory to work as much as i could to stay conscious, to stay -- >> stephen: but how did you even have the mental wherewithall to know that would help you? i wouldn't know to do that. >> the mind is an extraordinary thing. >> stephen: was it a defense mechanism? >> 100% y.
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i just knew, and i knew-- not today. >> stephen: so you-- what do we say to death, actually. what do we say to death? ( applause ). >> thank you. >> stephen: people die frequently from this. did it change your attitude toward life? how did it change your outlook to know you had come so close to something so dire? >> honestly, being-- being completely honest, it made me petrified most of the time, which is-- yeah, it happens a bunch. i wish i could sit here and say i was just, like, let's go! you know-- i don't know-- jump out of a plane. i really wasn't. >> stephen: don't do, that don't do that. >> but i did do "game of thrones" instead, which is similar. >> stephen: flying on dragons. >> indeed. but at this point you start to have-- you start to realize how lucky you are, and that perspective gives you it's perspective that gives you is enormous. and then that is for the rest of your life. you-- you know, you're lucky. you know how lucky you are.
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>> stephen: well, you are lucky. >> ( applause ) thank you, thank you very much. >> stephen: and we're lucky. >> yeah. ( applause ) >> stephen: the final season, as i said before, the final season of "game of thrones" is coming, and there's been enormous secrecy around it. >> yes, yes. >> stephen: have you-- have you told anyone how it ends? >> well, i've got to be honest, i did. i did. ( laughter ) >> stephen: were you supposed to? >> not just my dog. >> stephen: were you supposed to? >> i told-- i wasn't supposed to-- sorry, lads. i told my mom. but the good thing about telling my mom these things she's a vault because she's just done forgotten it. i told her. and we were talkin talking aboue other day and i was like, "because you know." and she was like, "do i?" and i was like, "yeah, i told you. you kind of read of the one of the scaens." and she said, "i can't remember. what happens?" and i said, "i'm not going tile twice sm glvment i'm kind of
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jealous of your mother. you can enjoy things over and over again that way. >> if she falls asleep on a plane i'm worried she will just say it, her sub conscious knows exactly what happened. >> stephen: it's all a dream! >> exactly, exactly. >> stephen: were there tears at the very end, when you read the end? >> yeah! oh, my goodness, yeah! yeah! i went for a very long walk after i read the first-- the first time i read the final season. i read it and to-- i couldn't quite handle it. so i sort of walked out. like it should have been raining, it was just that kind of a moment. like, "i'm in a daze, and i don't know what's going on. existential crisis." and i just went for a walk and didn't bring anything and kind of walked for two hours going "aaah." >> stephen: is it frustrating at all that you can't talk about it? >> deeply! i can't wait for this to be out! i'm just going to out on live television. >> stephen: do you want to go
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drinking later? >> sure. drinks are on you! >> stephen: drinks on me. ( applause ) now, your character, as i said, daenerys targaryen, the unburnt, is mother of dragons. >> indeed. >> stephen: so how has it been to emote on a series of thingsly thaad look like this? this has been your life. >> yeah, that's been my life. ( laughter ) there they are. those beautiful, beautiful-- so the things at the front is -- >> stephen: these things right here? >> they're like life blowers. they're just blowing freezing cold air. and we shoot in -- >> stephen: like you're flying. >> and it comes from outside. so if it's snowing outside, that's snow. that's snow in your face for sure. >> stephen: wow. >> that was interesting. a fun day. >> stephen: do people have, like, emotional connections to their scene partners? >> i really do! genuinely! i just-- you can't see, you know, the joy it brings me, but that's my baby. that's my-- that's my guy. >> stephen: are they letting you take it home when it's all
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over. >> no, no. that would be-- that would be interesting. >> stephen: and here's the final-- here's what it looks like. >> yeah, which-- yeah, which-- i mean, they're much sweetener my mind. >> stephen: we had your costar kit harrington on here. >> yes, yes. >> stephen: a ciewm of weeks ago. and he complained that of all the different climates that y'all have to shoot in-- >> he got the worst i know. >> stephen: he's got the worst and he's got the worst outfit for it, 40 pounds of fur. >> yyes. >> stephen: and always in the cold. >> i know, he does really like to tell everyone that. it's really heavy. it's really heavy. >> stephen: and you get to be in warm places wearing sig1eu8k. >> this is the tng. kit always complains. and it's a very heavy cloak, it's a very heavy cloak -- >> stephen: it must smell terrible. >> he has abs holding them up. there's cold weather in iceland but there are only short filming
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hours because there are only four hours of daylight. whereas i'm in a quarry in malta in 100 degree heat passing out every single season because i have two sets of hair on my head. but, kit is always complaining he's got it worse but he has it better. he's drink buying 2:00 p.m. because there's only two hours of daylight. we're in a quarry until 11 p.m. going, "sun, go down. i'm hot." >> stephen: he also said there were some serious parties. >> yes. >> stephen: there were many, many rap parties because you all wrapped every location with a different party for every location. >> every location got a party, and every cast member essentially got a party. and then what would happen quite a lot, like ian glenn, "he would-- i think he wrapped-- got wrapped eight times. they'll be like, "that's a wrap." "that's a wrap, i love you!" brilliant. that was it. >> stephen:iment that sound you just made in my ring tone. ( laughter ) ( applause )
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that's fantastic. that's really good acting. >> thanks! >> stephen: that was compact, compact. >> drama school, drama school. >> stephen: you have a very good-- you had a very good-- >> that was one of the wrap party s. >> stephen: that was one of the wrap parties. >> you can't help it. i mean-- yeah, that was-- that was an interesting evening. >> stephen: well, lovely to see you again. i cannot wait to find out the things you can't tell us. >> me, too, it will be relief. >> stephen: thank you so much for being here. >> thanks! >> stephen: the final season of "game of thrones" premieres april 14 on hbo. emilia clarke, everybody! (sprintern) and upgrade to the brilliant iphone xr with sprint. (sassbot) yup, both an unlimited plan and iphone xr for just $35 per month. (mom) wait, both for that price? (son) both? (dad) both? (baby) both? [gasp] (mom) her first word! (paul) and you get both on sprint's network built for unlimited. (vo) switch and get both an unlimited plan and iphone xr lease
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to remember who i was. >> stephen: let's see. henry winkler. >> yeah. >> stephen: that is very nice. >> thank you. >> stephen: what was it on? >> it was on a myriad of snack s. >> stephen: oh, yeah. >> you have amazing snacks. >> stephen: a lot of them are from my home town of charleston, south carolina. >> they travel well. >> stephen: we're off to-- we're off to a good start. >> we are! i'm going to keel keepthis. >> stephen: it's so lovely to see you. you can probably tell from the response of the audience, are you aware, henry winkler, that you are beloved? keeper cheape( cheers and appla) that must be-- people-- people belove you. >> people are-- people are unbelievably warm to me, and that is true. no matter where i go, somebody invites me into their home for dinner or the equivalent thereof. >> stephen: yes. and-- and one of the signs of this beloving was, since the last time you were here last year, you won an emmy, your
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first emmy, right? >> first emmy ( applause ). >> stephen: been nominated many times, three or four, four or five-- a bunch of times. >> they usually say mr. winkler was nominated 97 times. this was his first win. >> stephen: right. >> i never thought of that. all i thought about was oh, my goodness, i won right this minute. and i won for a character that is beautifully written by alec berg and bill hader and their group of wonderful writers. and i am out of my mind thrill. >> stephen: and did you-- you're an acting teacher in this? >> yes,im. >> stephen: is your acting teacher based on any of the acting teachers you had. >> i had 14 teachers. i went to emerson college in boston. i went to the drama school at yale. i had many teachers, and it's a conglomeration of those i heard about. he was based on a man in l.a. who literally painted, and then forced his students to buy his
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paintings. ( laughter ) that was the only fact i needed to hear in creating this man. ( laughter ). >> stephen: do you-- do you teach acting? >> i have taught four classes. i just came back from south by southwest. i was invited to teach a class. 600 people showed up. >> stephen: what is the winkler method? what is-- what is the? do you have a style of acting? >> i have-- i have, you know, different-- i can't think of the word i'm so nervous. ( laughter ). >> stephen: styles, techniques? >> technique. i have games i have games. gli love games. >> thank goodness i thought of the word "games." ( cheers and applause ) it is-- they're difficult for me. but what i do is i-- i look at a scene or i look at something, and i try to move whoever it is, the actor, i try to move them to something they've never thought
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of or they've never felt before while doing that thing. >> stephen: you can teach-- can you teach me some-- make me feel something. >> do you want to-- do you want-- really? >> stephen: yes. i'd be honored to be taught. ( cheers and applause ) >> okay, okay. all right. this game is really easy, and you're really good at this. are you unbelievably physically. you are just -- >> stephen: thank you. >> you really are. you're a agreement mime. so pick a physical thing like-- what am i doing? i am... >> you're fishing. >> stephen: >> okay, take the rod from me. take it-- take it from me. take the rod-- yes, you can. don't ask! take it. now, fish with it. fish with it. >> stephen: this is a left-handed rod. >> stephen. >> do the best you can. >> stephen: i want to switch the reel, switch the reel here. swicht reel over here. holhold on, like that. >> you're doing great. i have very little time. come on, here we go.
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all right, now reel it in! reel it in! now change it. now change it. it is no longer a fishing rod, what is it? what is it? make it into something else? make it into something else. okay, it's a fly swatter. all right, give me the fly swatter. okay, okay, all right. now, now, now, now, now, now... what am i doing? >> stephen: mixing a bowl. >> okay, fine, take it. okay, now change it. change it. ( cheers and applause ) whoa! okay! okay! okay! okay! ( cheers and applause ) >> i cowl not beat that. that was fantastic. >> stephen: where's my emmy?
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now, you also have these series of books here, who is this person here? >> this is hank. he goes to ps-87, which is on 78th street between amsterdam and columbus. he is me. he is standing in the library of p, is-87, where i went to school. now, in 2004, i read "hank" to the class of ps-87, to the students. and i met at the emmys, i met mt timothepositive shall may. and he said i went to ps-87. you were reading your books to me. oh, my god. this is the last "hank" ever. >> stephen: this is the last one? >> this is the 28th novel. >> stephen: does he die at the end? >> he's only in second grade, but the publisher said, "that's it."
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>> stephen: we have to stop before puberty. >> he finally-- he's dyslexic. he fails at everything. his glass is half full, and this is everybody is somebody. ( applause ). >> stephen: that's beautiful. henry. lovely to see you. >> thank you. >> stephen: "barry" airs sundays on hbo. henry winkler, everybody! we'll be right back with a performance by her. most patients who saw 90% clearer skin at 28 weeks stayed clearer through 48 weeks. tremfya® may lower your ability to fight infections and may increase your risk of infections. before treatment, your doctor should check you for infections and tuberculosis. r door if you have an befoinfectionent, wehis,cle your doctor should check you for infecaches cough.erculosis. before starting tremfya® tell your doctor if you plan to or have recently received a vaccine. tremfya®. stay clearer. janssen can help you explore cost support options.
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♪ oh i wish there was a right way whoa, oh oh whoa, i'm caught between your love ♪ and a hard place, oh ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: that was so beautiful. thank you so much. thank you so much. her, everbody. we'll be right back.
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