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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- seth macfarlane from "scream" actress bella thorne from nbc's "welcome to sweden" greg poehler featuring the 8g band. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] and now, here he is, seth meyers! >> seth: good evening everybody, i'm seth meyers. this is, "late night." how are we all doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] wonderful.
wonderful to hear. you guys, big news. big news out of the supreme court today. they upheld obamacare and president obama said, "today's supreme court decision shows as the dust has settled, there can be no doubt that obamacare is working." there could be no doubt that obamacare is working. he then added, "as long as you upgrade to the latest version of internet explorer." [ laughter and applause ] you have to do that. there's a weird -- there's an issue where if it's not the latest version, not only does it take your health care away -- [ laughter ] -- it takes away the health care of a stranger you've never met. [ laughter ] donald trump spoke out against the supreme court decision this morning on obamacare and called it a disaster. which is also what he asks for when he goes into supercuts. [ laughter and applause ] just make it look like a terrible wave that's coming in. [ laughter ]
a tsunami. the disaster. [ light laughter ] sean hannity asked yesterday why it was okay for president obama's teenage daughters to go into stores and buy music chock-full of the n-word but not the confederate flag. but how can you explain that to a guy who thinks kids still go into a store to buy music? [ laughter and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] we used to have shops where they line up the albums. [ laughter ] you'd flip through them. you do this with your hands like a little -- like a little mole digging in the dirt. [ laughter ] instead it would go alphabetically through all your favorite artists. [ laughter ] they're all gone now. [ light laughter ] you can still do this at home.
former california governor arnold schwarzenegger said this week that marriage counseling -- marriage counseling is the biggest mistake he's ever made. [ light laughter ] though unless he got the marriage counselor pregnant, i don't think that's true. [ cheers and applause ] i think he got his mistakes wrong. it's usually the reason you're there is the bigger mistake. [ laughter ] according to the latest u.s. census report, millennials now outnumber baby boomers by nearly 8 million. said, millennials, "cool." [ laughter ] look up from your phone. you used to -- [ applause ] back in my day -- [ laughter ] you could only go this far. [ laughter ] then if you went any farther, call was over. you call up the music store and
say do you have the newest album by the hot new artist? do you have the latest madonna? [ light laughter ] students from england's sir isaac newton academy has created a concept for a smart condom that would glow green if exposed to chlamydia. that way you can hold it up instead of a lighter at john mayer concerts. [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] [ laughter ] wonderland! that's right -- [ light laughter ]
that's right, you guys. seriously, british students, we're laughing at them. they've done more than any of us have done. they've created a smart condom that will glow green. [ laughter ] british students created a smart condom that will glow green if exposed to chlamydia. said one of the students after encountering chlamydia -- "hey guys look, i'm luke skywalker." [ laughter and applause ] [ light saber noises ] [ laughter ] dustin diamond -- [ audience ohs ] -- oh. that's all. just that? [ laughter ] just have to say his name. dustin diamond famous for playing screech on, "saved by the bell" has been sentenced to four months in prison today after stabbing a man at a wisconsin bar. but then, just as the judge was about to hit his gavel, the bell
rang and everybody got to leave. [ laughter and applause ] not bad. bullet, dodged. police in new york are looking for a man seen on the a-train -- police in new york, are looking for a man seen on the a-train, this week, masturbating into his own hat. [ audience ohs ] and i for one think it's refreshing to see a gentleman take his hat off inside for a change. [ laughter and applause ] some real "downton abbey" etiquette. i shall remove my hat. but i will not give it to you, for i will be needing it for something later. [ laughter ] and finally tbs announced plans today for a competition show where the winner will become a weatherman on cnn.
and the loser also has to become a weatherman on cnn. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, this is the 8g band. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: woo! how you doing 8g band? everybody good over there? we had a lot of fun last time my good friend amy poehler was on the show. [ cheers and applause ] we did a, "really" a good old day "really." we did a "really" about an "s.i." writer named andy benoit. we should note that andy benoit has apologized on twitter. he'd apologized before we did the show last night. we had our fun with him. but he seems to be a good sport. we just want to say we applaud the apology. and we had a lot of fun, i mostly applaud amy poehler. good-old amy poehler, having her here was a blast. [ applause ] you guys, we got a great show for you tonight! from the new film "ted 2" seth macfarlane is joining us this evening. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> seth: welcome back, everybody! one of the very exciting things that's been happening the last few weeks is a lot of candidates have been announcing for the 2016 presidency. donald trump entering the election has sent a shock wave through the political world, but it also struck a chord with one of my writers, connor o'malley. he's not normally a political person, but he now strongly supports trump. i thought it would be interesting to talk to him and get inside the head of a trump supporter, so ladies and gentlemen, please welcome connor o'malley. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: all right, connor. this is very exciting for us. tell us why -- [ laughter ] tell us why you support trump. >> watching mr. trump's speech, i felt like he was speaking directly to me. i've never felt more connected
with another human being, let alone a presidential candidate, in my entire life. [ laughter ] hey seth, can i ask you who you're going to vote for? >> seth: well, you know i do think it's too early -- >> wrong! [ laughter ] the only correct answer is donald trump. >> seth: okay. so now, i understand that you went out and you filmed something? >> yeah, i did. i hit the streets and i decided to campaign for mr. trump. >> seth: and now is this something that mr. trump asked you to do? >> no. winners don't ask, seth. [ laughter ] roll it, alex. >> hi we're here in new york city trying to convince people to vote for the greatest human being on earth, donald trump. ♪ annie, who do you plan on voting for? >> hillary. >> sweetheart, i feel so bad for you. you're hysterical. you don't know what you're talking about. if you vote for donald, he'll fix all the women's issues. you'll get bags, free mani pedi's once a month. free trips to pier one. you can get one wicker item from pier one once a year on your birthday. that's straight from the donald. >> oh, love it. >> so what do you think is the most important issue to you? >> i would say the debt we have
going right now. >> very smart thing. here's what we need to do. we'll invade china and we'll take all their gold. [ laughter ] and we'll pay back the saudis with the chinese gold. and then if the chinese want to come talk to us, we'll drop a couple bombs on them. and then guess what, bang, bang, bing, bong we've got our own egg rolls, you know what i mean? [ laughter ] so, who do you plan on voting for? >> hillary. >> that's disgusting. that's never going to happen and with trump elected, women will be outlawed. what do you think about u.s. foreign policy? >> i don't think there's anything wrong with that -- >> okay, yeah, there's nothing wrong with it. it's perfect. and you know, if trump is elected, here's what we should do. we should bomb all of the middle east and turn it into a big golf course. >> wow. >> who do you plan on voting for? >> to me, i think donald trump because -- >> oh, my god. me too. me too. [ laughter ] >> really? >> yeah. me too. bring -- come here. [ bleep ] oh my god. [ laughter ] who would you vote for if you could vote? >> donald trump. >> that's right! donald trump! oh my god. we're going to lower the voting age to -- how old are you? >> nine. >> to nine, and then we're gonna jack it back up when you're done
voting. okay? why do you want to vote for donald trump? >> i don't know. [ laughter ] >> that's a perfect answer. that's a great answer. donald trump! donald trump! donald trump! donald trump! donald trump! don't you dare boo donald trump! don't you dare boo donald trump! donald trump rocks! donald trump rocks! donald trump rocks! donald trump rocks! we're very lucky we ran into some of the republican nominees here on the street. we've got jeb bush. [ laughter ] we've got marco rubio. and we've got ted cruz right here. >> donald trump is my favorite human being who ever have lived. hillary clinton is a liar. [ laughter ] she personally -- she personally -- >> benghazi. >> planned benghazi. hillary clinton pushed me down a flight of stairs. [ laughter ] also donald trump and "celebrity apprentice" on nbc. these are my original thoughts.
[ laughter ] >> where are you from? >> puerto rico. >> all right. in trump's america, you and your puerto rican friends are all going to be deported, okay? [ laughter ] but we'd love to have your vote before you go. [ laughter ] >> deported where? >> deported to the sun. donald trump rocks! how dare you! how dare you, sir? how dare you! shut up! stop saying that! >> he's going to rob us. >> he's not robbing anyone. he's not robbing anyone. >> can't we all just get along? >> no we can't. because donald trump is number one king. [ laugher ] [ applause ] please watch "celebrity apprentice" on nbc and please vote for donald trump. vote donald trump! vote donald trump! vote donald trump! vote donald trump! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: that was very convincing. can i ask, did you get your hair cut that way? >> no, this is surgically made. they ripped the hair off of a opossum and sewed it to my head. [ laughter ] >> seth: okay. well it fits great. >> you can get it at trump.com and please watch "ballers" on hbo.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night," everybody. our first guest tonight is an oscar-nominated and emmy award-winning writer and the creator of the hit animated series "family guy." his latest film "ted 2" is in theaters tomorrow. let's take a look. >> okay, i'm going to ask you a few test questions. are you ready? >> yep. bring it on. >> you're on the stand. the d.a. says, "ted, do you
consider yourself to be human?" >> objection! >> sustained! >> no, the witness can't object. >> overruled! >> side bar. >> guilty. >> speculation. >> hearsay. >> bailiff. >> briefcase. >> disregard. >> in my chamber. >> stop beavering the witness. >> all right. we could totally be lawyers. >> bang. [ light laughter ] >> seth: please welcome seth macfarlane. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: how are you? >> i'm good. how are you? >> seth: great to see you again. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, thank you. >> seth: i love that scene. in general, i love how much back and forth -- the pitter patter dialogue between you and mark. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> seth: it's great considering that you're not there in those scenes. [ laughter ] >> yeah, i know. exactly. you know, that's when i work best is when i'm not there. [ laughter ] >> seth: right. you're right off camera. >> yeah. we like to keep the dialogue organic and real and kind of free-flowing.
one of the problems you have sometimes with a cgi character in a movie is that, you know, your actors are recording the dialogue weeks later or weeks earlier, you can't kind of have any overlap -- >> seth: right. >> --or any riffing, and this kind of solves that. >> seth: and it's great. there's so many wonderful riff scenes where -- and it's believable that they're friends. which is an incredible thing you've pulled off. >> yeah. we want people to forget that they're watching a teddy bear. [ laughter ] basically we spent millions of dollars to make this thing, we want you to not notice it. [ laughter ] >> seth: the last time we were here together in this building you hosted "snl." and this is one of my favorite features i ever did with a host. because hosts don't do "update" features. [ laughter ] you played olympian ryan lochte. >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: and it was a real -- it was like a world class -- if you're a guy, obviously you have all these impressions. you're known for that. and you came and you obviously weren't doing a ryan lochte. >> no, no. >> seth: that wasn't something in your back pocket. >> no. that was one of the things that -- i -- i had actually never even heard the guy talk. and you said, "yeah, look him up on youtube." i'm like, "oh, that's what that is." [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. and it was really fun. and the thing -- i remember we
were talking about the nbc fall season at the time and making fun of how all the shows didn't sound very good. and we were right. [ laughter ] i was looking through the list today. i was like, "oh, yeah, it's not like any of those showed up." [ laughter ] >> listen, i work for fox. it's a field day with that stuff. [ laughter ] >> seth: so you're doing the second one of these. is there extra pressure when you obviously have a hit with "ted" and you're going to direct it again? do you worry about that or are you like, "oh, this is just fun. let's have a fun time?" >> you know, i mean, we just wanted to make something different. we wanted to keep the spirit of these two characters alive but tell a story that was completely new. you know? because you're putting in long hours and you don't want to make it boring for yourself by making the same movie twice. so it's ted fighting for his civil rights. >> seth: it is. there is a lot of plot in this movie. >> yeah. yeah. that's something i'm not usually known for. [ laughter ] >> seth: it's true. i was sort of watching it going, "oh, look at this." they're, like, laying out actual problems. >> yeah. [ laughter ]
we're actually writing. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. with that said, the other thing is there's sort of these big sort of story structures that's really nice and then you have wonderful cameos from people. >> yeah. >> seth: liam neeson, fantastic. >> yes. always great. >> seth: morgan freeman. >> yep. >> seth: jay leno. fantastic. you can't believe -- when jay leno shows up, you can't believe he's going to show up. >> yeah. >> seth: you can't believe he's going to agree to it. fantastic. tom brady, though, i don't want to give away what a wonderful scene it is or what they're trying to do with tom brady. i will leave that for audiences to find out when they see it. but how did you convince tom brady -- >> and also you can't say it on television. >> seth: yeah. well, that's a good way to present this. which is you convinced tom brady to do a scene that you and i cannot describe on television. >> exactly. [ laughter ] >> seth: so how'd you get him to do that? >> you know, he's friends with mark. he's been friends with mark for a long time. he did a "family guy" episode a while back. you just call and ask people, and sometimes they're crazy enough to say yes and sometimes they're not. >> seth: and he was very good. >> yeah. >> seth: obviously when you see a movie, you don't know how much time it took.
like, i might say he's very good and you're like, "it took seven days." [ laughter ] i found him to be a quick study. >> he was great. i think with professional athletes at that level, there's a certain degree of performance that goes into it. like, you have to be something of a showman. >> seth: right. >> so it's never any huge surprise to me when they come in and do what he does. oh, his line readings are great. we had him in and out in two hours. >> seth: also there's that other thing of, if he was terrible, it's not like he'd lose his day job. >> right. he's fine. >> seth: it's not like they'd go back and they'd say, "we saw 'ted 2,' we're going to different way with quarterback." [ laughter ] >> he's fine. i'm not worried about him. >> seth: yeah. i wasn't surprised but i was delighted to see there's a huge, big musical production, sort of an old school hollywood music production. i know that is the sort of kind of music you're drawn to. it was interesting for me to hear that you were fought on this at every turn. >> yeah. it's this big opening production number that's our opening credits sequence. it has about a hundred dancers and this massive sound stage. and it was supposed to be an old
style mgm number. and i think it turned out great. >> seth: it's beautiful. >> it's one of my favorite parts of the movie. but yeah, it's -- my own co-writers were begging me to cut -- if it doesn't work, i'm on the line for this, you know? >> seth: i will say the most wonderful part about it is how audacious it is to just do -- here you are "ted 2," you have a certain expectation for the kind of humor it is. and then all of a sudden, you're watching this beautiful old style sort of just presentation without jokes of a thing you don't see in movies anymore. >> we like to put a classy glaze over all the [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] >> seth: there's a lot you -- i will say there's more -- you have more semen in this film than any of your other films. [ laughter ] any of your other films combined, really. >> i love that you're keeping track of that. [ laughter ] >> seth: i am. i do it by jars. [ laughter ] this one you have to -- >> that's how you measure. >> seth: yeah. i keep a little -- >> in milliliters. >> seth: it's a way people, like, score baseball games. >> it's a hobby. >> seth: yeah, it's a hobby. that's all. we all have hobbies. you do a lot of impressions. who were your earliest?
when you were growing up, was that something you were doing as a kid? did you have an early impression you were doing? >> early on, i have those old rich little albums, so my first impressions were basically impressions of rich little's impressions. they were like bastardized, and i would work them into like these weird sketches where it would be like scooby doo buying pot from reagan. [ laughter ] something like that. stuff that made no sense. i started doing standup and was just -- had no clue what i was doing. >> seth: well, obviously you figured it out. you've got now multiple clues about what you're doing, and congratulations. >> thanks. >> seth: wonderful having you here. >> appreciate it. yeah. >> seth: seth macfarlane, everybody. check out "ted 2" in theaters tomorrow. we'll be right back with bella thorne. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what about a "win-win-win"? pick up the limited edition metallic droid turbo by motorola. water-repellent. up to 48-hour battery life. that's your first "win."
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. our next guest is a talented young actress who can soon be seen in mtv's new television adaptation of the classic horror film "scream." it premiers next tuesday, june 30th. let's take a look. ♪ >> then get over here and do something about it. ♪
[ screaming ] [ audience ohs ] [ applause ] >> seth: i could not believe how fast she can text. please welcome bella thorne. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ welcome to the show! >> oh, thank you so much for having me. >> seth: how's it going? >> it's going pretty good. >> seth: this is very exciting for me because i remember when the film "scream" came out. it was so exciting for me. little depressing for me, you were not born when it came out. [ laughter ] >> yeah, okay, okay. >> seth: have you seen it? >> yeah, of course. >> seth: did you really like it? >> i loved it.
>> seth: did you see it -- how old were you when you saw it? >> i think i was like, 10 or 11. >> seth: that's a good time to see it, yeah. [ laughter ] so you have absentee parents, obviously. >> my mother literally would always be like, "bella, you can't watch horror films. you're too young." but i grew up loving the horror genre. also i have older siblings. >> seth: got it. oh, that's really good. it's fun to have older siblings introduce you to that stuff. >> yeah, it's great. that's where you learn it from. >> seth: there's a history with these films of having sort of popular actresses in the first scenes. drew barrymore, jada pinkett-smith. now yourself. and there's sometimes horrible things happen in these first scenes. >> yeah. >> seth: and you kind of go through that. >> yeah. it kind of sucks. >> seth: yeah, kind of sucks. is it fun to shoot horror scenes? >> yeah. it's the most fun. i think it's even more fun than shooting, like, something comedic. you're always messing around with the blood and after i was done -- oh, my goodness i lost a ring. >> seth: oh, no. >> sorry. it's back on. >> seth: thank god. we'll cgi it on. [ laughter ]
>> okay. after i was done, i was literally covered in blood. i went around hugging all the producers and getting them all bloody. you're shooting until, like, 7:00, 8:00 in the morning, doing an all-night shoot, and you're the only one bloody. >> seth: and that's too late to get murdered. [ laughter ] >> yeah. and in a bikini. >> seth: i'v always said, if i get murdered i want it early in the evening. i don't want to be up all night and be all tired when i get murdered. i want to be like -- >> you want to be relaxed. i get it. you're just, like, eating lunch. >> seth: yeah. i want it after a nice meal. so you -- this is -- you have a big twitter following and you have tweeted the first eight minutes of the first episode. so people can now watch that if they go to your twitter. is that correct? >> uh-huh. >> seth: you just did this today. >> uh-huh. >> seth: and what is your twitter handle? >> it's just @bellathorne. >> seth: that's a good one. you came up with a good one. >> thank you. [ laughter ] really original. >> seth: it's really good. you have a lot of followers on twitter. you have a lot of fans. >> don't judge me by my twitter. i have more on facebook. [ laughter ] >> seth: you have more on facebook. >> yes. >> seth: wow that's really impressive. that means you probably have my mom. [ laughter ]
you have a lot of fans. i know a lot of times people's fans have names like justin bieber's are of course famously known as bieber buddies. [ laughter ] >> the bieber buddies? >> seth: right? is it not that? >> i don't think so. [ laughter ] >> seth: anyway -- i think so. anyway, you -- what are fans of bella thorne called? >> they're called the bellarinas. but i have a lot of guy fans so they call themselves the bellarinos. >> seth: bellarinos. wow and i -- i want to say i've seen some of your selfie work, you do a great job. i'm from a different generation. we did not grow up taking selfies. will you give me some tips? what are just some tips for everyone, best way to take a selfie? >> really? i feel like you're one of those guys that are taking selfies out of the womb. >> seth: no. not me. it wasn't me, no. is there angles you like? lighting you like? what's the key? >> really depends on your face shape and lighting. the lighting is very important. >> seth: the face shape you obviously can't change. that's a thing you're stuck with. [ laughter ] >> yeah, exactly. >> seth: so if you've got bad face shape, are you saying you're out? >> no. you just have to find a different -- >> seth: different angle. so the right angle for your face shape. >> so for me i go down here. you know?
>> seth: oh. >> i'm not one of those -- we're not doing myspace here, people. we're done with this whole thing. your head -- it's too big for your body. your body looks skinny and scrawny and your head's huge. >> seth: that's out. okay. got ya. do mind if we take one quick? >> yes. >> seth: i have my old polaroid. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> i have one of those. i have a few. >> seth: wait, how do i even do it? okay. here we go. all right. we do it down here, right? >> we don't have to. it's a polaroid, so it's fine. one, two, three. wait. do you have this on? >> seth: we'll look. [ laughter ] there's a lot of things that are -- oh. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> you okay there? >> seth: bella? >> i'm here. >> seth: bella? let's try again. >> i can't wait to see that photo. okay. one, two, three. >> seth: all right. there we go. [ cheers and applause ] very exciting. very, very exciting.
you go to coachella. my brother's a big coachella guy. do you enjoy coachella after a big music festival? >> i do. you know, i love coachella. [ laughter ] keep on going there. [ laughter ] just keeping it going. i love coachella. but every year i wonder why i'm there. >> seth: why is that? >> because there's a lot of people sweating -- >> seth: yep. >> on me. >> seth: yeah. >> i don't vibe with the sweat. >> seth: there's a lot of weird fashion choices at coachella as well, right? >> yes. >> seth: you actually do one of these? help me do this. >> yes. >> seth: what are the styles? what can i expect at coachella these days? >> the girls -- usually i've seen a lot of girls wear nipple pasties. >> seth: oh, really? >> yeah. not a -- personally, not a fan of the nipple pasties. you know what really scares me? there's so many people dancing and just, whoops. >> seth: you mean the nipple pasty comes off? >> yeah, yeah. >> seth: can i tell you something? i feel like somebody who's wearing a nipple pasty is fine with that. [ laughter ] i feel like if they're that close, they're not like, oh the shame! [ cheers and applause ]
my nipple pasty! you have a couple dogs. >> uh-huh. >> seth: one of your dogs is part wolf. >> uh-huh. >> seth: one of your dogs -- by the way, i'm proving i'm a bellarino. >> oh, look how good this photo is. come on. >> seth: that's really good. >> although my face looks oddly big. >> seth: see, you have bad face shape. i knew that when you came in. [ laughter ] >> seth: here's my other -- i actually missed myself completely. i just got the lights. >> oh, that's actually a really cool indie photo. oh, my god. this is really interesting. >> seth: i'm going to show at coachella next year. [ laughter ] you have a dog part wolf and a dog allergic to the sun? >> the wolf is actually a snow wolf, so he is allergic to the sun. >> seth: the snow wolf is allergic to the sun. >> so we shave him down. so he's usually really skinny-looking, and then i have a husky that my brother just adopted, who's a demon. he is a straight-up demon dog. >> seth: really? that's weird you day this, because this is the photo and they look so cute to me. [ laughter ] what are you doing? you can have any dogs you want. that looks terrifying. >> no.
they're so nice. >> seth: by the way, this looks like they took the high selfie. [ laughter ] >> no, i took that photo. >> seth: that is a good photo. >> this one cuddles me at night. >> seth: this is the cuddler? and what does that do? >> that one is really nice for ten minutes in the morning. he like, licks you, and then all of a sudden he just starts biting you. he's a demon. >> seth: all right. i don't know if we can zoom in close enough to show you really elbowed me out of that photo. look at that. [ laughter ] >> i have a big face. >> seth: yeah. your face -- you don't have a face shape issue. you have a face size issue. your face covers too much area. [ laughter ] bella thorne, everybody! thank you for being here. "scream" premiers june 30th on mtv, and follow bella on twitter for a "scream" exclusive. @bellathorne. she has more followers on facebook, everybody. we'll be right back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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so in order to get some extra showmanship, i've hired a hypeman. i'd like to welcome out scoot. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> yo yo yo it's scoot! >> seth: all right. thank you for being here, scoot. >> nbc for life! [ laughter ] are y'all ready to hear the most hip-hoppingest, non-stoppingest, to the toppinest story of all time? [ cheers and applause ] i said are y'all ready to hear the most swagtagginest wave your flagginest don't mean to bragginest tale ever told? [ cheers and applause ] all right. ay yo, seth. >> seth: yeah scoot? >> break these fools off the most hard-core story they ever heard. >> seth: oh, i mean, it's just a normal story that's in no way hard-core. >> oh, it will be! cause scoot's in the house!
[ cheers and applause ] now seth, drop some knowledge like a mother-flipping anvil. [ laughter ] >> seth: so do my story now? >> yeah! [ light laughter ] >> seth: last weekend i went out of town. and i had so much work to do that i brought my laptop with me. >> his laptop with him! [ laughter ] >> seth: usually i don't like to bring my laptop for fear i'll lose it, but work was piling up and it just had to get done. >> the hardest working man in new york, seth meyers! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: i don't know how accurate that is. [ laughter ] so after the show is over, i get to work and start writing in my hotel room. >> hotel, motel, holiday inn! [ laughter ] >> seth: and so i immediately take a break, you know, to check twitter. >> tweet tweet! [ laughter ] >> seth: then that led to cnn. >> topical! [ laughter ] >> seth: which led to general surfing of the internet. >> surf's up! [ light laughter ] >> seth: and when i was finally ready to start, my computer
died. >> ooh! pour a little out. [ laughter ] >> seth: so i look for my charger and i can't find it. i look under the couch. >> it ain't there! >> seth: it's not on the desk. >> not there either. >> seth: not even on the balcony. >> that sounds like a nice hotel room! [ air horn ] [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] >> seth: so first thing -- first thing in the morning i went out and bought a universal charger. >> the best charger in the universe! >> seth: that's not what that means. >> i misunderstood you! [ laughter ] >> seth: the funny thing is, after i buy the charger -- >> uh-oh. >> seth: take it back to the hotel room -- >> what's going to happen? >> seth: bend down to plug it in -- >> bated breath, y'all. [ laughter ]
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actor and comedian. he's the writer, creator, and star of the fantastic sitcom, "welcome to sweden." the second airs back to back episodes starting sunday july 19th at 8 p.m right here on nbc. let's take a look. >> okay, i'm just going to come out and say it. i'm going to ask emma to marry me and i just wanted to stop by here to get your permission first. >> well, that's not up to me. you have to ask emma about that. >> no, i know. but it's tradition, so i just wanted to -- >> where? >> everywhere, i thought. [ laughter ] they may not do it in sweden. >> vivi? >> no, we don't have to have involve her. >> bruce wants our permission to marry emma. >> no, i just need your permission. it's only the father -- >> what are you asking for? straight yes or no? >> yes. >> then it's no. >> no, wait. >> seth: please welcome my good friend greg poehler. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> seth: this is very exciting. it's been a big sibling week for the poehler family. had your sister yesterday. you're here tonight. >> yes. >> seth: and we -- i was recently in stockholm, we got to hang out together. >> yes, i let you stay on my couch. >> seth: you did. thank you so much. >> and in return you said i could be a guest on your show. >> seth: that was it. >> thank you. thank you. >> seth: so that's how i save on hotels. you -- i mentioned this when i got back. because, we -- you had some swedish guests, since i got back. and one of the things i was mentioning is i had a waitress busted on me for ordering swedish meatballs and said that was like a real american thing to do. >> okay. >> seth: but, you seem to have a reason for why. >> well, yeah. they're just called meatballs. >> seth: right. so that's what i -- [ laughter ] >> i think the swedish part is kind of confusing. >> seth: so, the mistake i made was asking for swedish meatballs in sweden. [ laughter ] >> i don't know what you mean? just a regular meatball. [ laughter ] i would like one of your american hot dogs. >> seth: yeah. so that's what i was. >> i'll have an american hamburger for me.
>> seth: yeah, that's what i was. >> i don't serve that. yeah, cause that's the problem. >> seth: so this show, i want to explain this real quick. you were, this show is based on your life. you were living in new york. you were a lawyer. you were working as a lawyer in this building. >> yes. >> seth: and then you met your wife, you guys moved to sweden. you live there now. you do this, you film the show there now. that scene actually happened with your wife's father. >> yeah. that's very close. [ laughter ] i asked my wife's father for her hand in marriage. i thought it was a thing that was universal. and he was very confused by it. [ laughter ] he was like, you don't -- it's not up to me. you realize you have to ask her as well. he thought i was trying to bypass asking her. i was going straight, like i trying to have some american way around where i was like, dude, deal. done. done. deal. married. >> seth: your dad got some bad news. >> it's like we're married now. >> seth: there was another one, too, about walking down the aisle. was that another? >> yeah. another thing, we met with the priest in sweden, we were getting married. they said, i said my wife wants
to walk down the aisle with my fiancé at that time wants to walk down with her father. they were like, oh, we don't do that here. [ laughter ] you realize that means that you're giving away property? that's from the barbaric times when women were viewed as property. and i was like, that is a good point. [ laughter ] i never thought of it that way. what else is barbaric in these traditions? >> seth: you have two sons. right? is it two? >> yeah. two sons and a daughter. >> seth: they're swedish american and a daughter. and your boys have been on the show, yes? >> yeah, my kids are on the show this season. which is great. >> seth: and how was it having your kids on set? playing? >> it was great. well, it was terrible for me. it was great for them. i was so distracted as a parent. i was so focused on their lines. so, when it came time for my lines, they were like, i just missed them. >> seth: yeah. >> it was like, oh, and then, oh. >> seth: were they doing -- are they running around set? were they like still? >> no, they're never still. especially the younger one.
he was a little bit wild. it was distracting. but i think the good thing about it is nbc is contractually obligated to have a poehler on at all times. >> seth: yeah. that's really nice. [ laughter ] it was good in a way for you when parks went off the air. >> parks, that's the whole reason my show got on. >> seth: there was a poehler clock. >> yeah, and then my kids are on, and once we get canceled, my parents are gonna have a reality show. "evening with the poehler's." [ laughter ] because they own a brothel, as you know. >> seth: well, they're going to have to. >> yeah. they've owned it. >> seth: they have to have some sort of job that's alliterative in order to get a reality show. >> exactly, yeah. >> seth: you used to do stand-up -- you performed standup for both american and swedish audiences. what's the biggest difference in your mind? >> just the crowd in general. the swedish audience -- you were in sweden doing standup. they tend to be a little bit more reserved. >> seth: yeah. >> you can't quite tell if they're laughing or not. >> seth: yes. [ laughter ] they were times i could see in the front few rows, just kind of the first two rows and i was very happy cause, every time they would be like, oh that usually gets a bigger laugh, i'd look down and see people going like -- [ laughter ]
it was definitely, they weren't this where they were like, oh very good. >> we try to do crowd work too. in sweden, it's like sir, where are you from? from nowhere. [ laughter ] and you know, i don't -- where is an american audience people are like, ask me where i'm from! [ laughter ] people want to be part of the show. >> seth: so they're more polite? would you say the swedish, honestly they're more polite? >> more polite. and yes. and you can never really bomb. that's the beauty of being a comedian in sweden. you never quite know. the crowd level is always kind of exactly the same. >> seth: right. >> and then at the end of the show you have to talk to people individually to be like, that was the greatest show i've ever seen in my life. oh that's, why didn't you laugh? i was laughing on the inside. [ laughter ] >> seth: i didn't want my noise to distract you. >> exactly, ruin your flow. >> seth: you, i know this because you have a show "welcome to sweden," you live in sweden. we, just being with you one evening, multiple people, multiple swedish people are like, hey "welcome to sweden." so you've given a title to the
show people are going to use against you. but is it different in how you get recognized as a person on tv on a show that's now in the states and sweden? is there a difference in how you get recognized? >> there's a huge difference. i mean sweden, like i said, they're very -- they tend to look inward. in life. but also when they're out, the swedes don't talk to strangers and they like to make eye contact with strangers. so, here's like if someone recognized me in sweden, here's what they do. i'll be like on the subway or whatever walking down the street. [ laughter ] [ applause ] like they have a personal secret. i can't wait to go home and tell someone who i met. >> seth: i like that they count that as meeting. >> exactly. oh, i wish i could say something. but no. >> seth: that's fantastic. congrats, it's so amazing to have a show that is on both in
sweden and in the united states. congratulations on everything. and thank you so much for being here. give it up for greg poehler, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "welcome to sweden" returns for a second season july 19th, at 8 p.m. on nbc. my thanks to seth macfarlane, bella thorne, greg poehler and of course the 8g band. stay tuned for carson daly. we'll see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> carson: hi, everybody. you have tuned to "last call" with myself carson daly.