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>> the "dr. frasier crane show." leave a message. >> i'm melting! melting! ♪ ♪ hey baby, i feel the temps a-risin' ♪ ♪ hot salad and scrambled brains ♪ >> paramount+. whoops, we killed kelsey! >> announcer: it's "the late show" with stephen colbert! tonight, helter swelter. plus stephen welcomes secretary pete buttigieg. katja herbers, featuring jon batiste and "stayuan." now live on tape in the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert! ( cheers and applause ) ♪ >> stephen: hey!
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( audience chanting "stephen" ) >> stephen: that's all you can ask for! please, everybody! ( cheers and applause ) have a seat, my friends. welcome one and all to "the late show." i am your host stephen colbert. oh... tonight, we've got a hot crowd, jon. >> jon: oh, yeah. >> stephen: we've got a hot crowd! ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: yeah, baby. >> stephen: both in temperament and temperature because we've got a heat wave here in new york city, and it's going to be a scorcher all week with temperatures in the low 90s that could feel as lot as 105 because of the humidity. why is in town square the wax mseum is opening their new
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exhibition of celebrity puddles! ( applause ) >> jon: sure, they all melted. >> stephen: but as hot as it is here on the east coast, nothing compared to the record-setting heat wave that has engulfed the pacific northwest. it's so bad in seattle, everybody sees down to their flannel speedos. ( laughter ) how hot was it? 110 degrees? eugene, oregon, where u.s. olympic track and field trials were being held. we have some footage. >> hot, hot, hot. , hot! oh, my feet! hot! ( laughter ) >> stephen: speaking of hot air, over the weekend, former president jabba the gut went to wellington, ohio -- ( cheering ) -- to hold his first rally since
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the january 6th insurrection p. why is he allowed to have rallies after that? after the assassination, john wilkes booth wasn't well to broadway performance of "i shot lincoln: the musical." it's sic semper fantastic! ( cheers and applause ) with nearly six months to prepare, the former president had plenty of time to work on fresh material. let's go to the new clips! >> what happened in the election, it's a disgrace. >> stephen: okay, i've heard that one. anything new? maybe looking forward to the future? >> you have to look back. we won the election in 2020. >> stephen: no, you didn't. that's why you flew to ohio on air force "one bag of pretzels" per passenger ( cheers and applause ) seriously, move on. i don't know... maybe something about our nation's recovery from the pandemic? >> they used covid in order to
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rig the election and in order to steal the election. >> stephen: yeah, yeah. ( booing ) everyone is so mean to you. at least you're not talking about that guy who cries every time he sees you. >> there were tears in his eyes. this guy has not cried in a very long time, just in meeting me because i represent what they want. >> stephen: okay, i spoke too soon. this really seems like you're just reading a speech from last summer. >> hydroxychloroquine actually works. >> stephen: no one cares about that now! we have a vaccine! i can't imagine anything more tired than the covid drug from 12 months ago. >> you knew damn well i was a snake before you took me in. >> stephen: wooo! wooo! wooo! i do declare! this lighter does not indicate
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that i'm excited! you're just so boring, i'm considering setting myself on fire! ( laughter ) mr. not-president, do you have anything, anything at all, to say about the state of the >> it is windy as hell up here. ( laughter ) >> stephen: i'm not surprised, because this speech blows. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: thank you. thank you. thank you, citizens. thank you. but he did delight the crowd with one of his patented "i smell toast" moments. >> america is still the nation that conquered the wild west, that vanquished the murderous dictators, that ended the evil empires, and that sent a brave young man from ohio to a plant. ( laughter )
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>> stephen: really? to a plant. yes, he was a brave, young man from ohio named jack. and the nation sent him to climb that beanstalk where he skyrocketed to fee-fi-fo-fame! ( laughter ) he continued fumbling, flailing, and failing to remember the name of the first man on the moon. >> you know who the man i am talking about is? who am i talking about? do you know who it is? the stars and stripes on the face of the moon? you know who the man is, right? >> stephen: he's trying to talk about neil armstrong, but he said "plant," when he meant "planet," which is not where neil armstrong went. ( laughter ) ( applause ) that's like trying to describe george washington by saying "you
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know who i mean, the guy with the money and the teeth made out of a cheery tree with the painting of him crossing the deli meats." ( laughter ) then he had more trouble with the words. >> if you care about law and auto. >> stephen: yes. ( laughter ) we all remember the spin off, "law and auto." >> in the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups: the police, who investigate crime, and-- the car, which drives them to the crime. ( car horn ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: you know their motto: "protect and swerve." ( laughter ) the sad thing is, the people at that rally believe the old guy's you tion lies.
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people who know things. like disgraced attorney general and dinner guest looking for a sneaky way to spit out the tuna surprise, bill barr. barr sat down for an interview with jonathan karl and explained that, when it came to election fraud, barr always thought "it was all (bleep)." and bill barr should know, he spent the last two years with his lips very close to that bull's ass. ( laughter ) ( applause ) barr said that he was urged to speak out by senate minority leader and little boy who will not open his mouth for the airplane, mitch mcconnell. mcconnell would have spoken the truth himself last december, but he needed the former president's help to ensure that the g.o.p. won the two runoff elections in georgia. which they lost. ( cheers and applause )
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in the end, mitch mcconnell sold his soul for nothing. so, a pretty fair price. ( laughter ) america's moved on. we've got a shiny new president, who might be building some shiny, new roads. because last week, joe biden reached a deal with a bipartisan group of senators on a $974 billion infrastructure proposal. their previous disagreements are now water under the bridge. or technically over the bridge, 'cause the bridges are falling down. now that they've reached a deal, those bipartisan senators have to get their colleagues to sign on, and one republican doing the convincing is louisiana senator and man saying "woah, woah, woah, let me tell you something about boat shoes," bill cassidy. ( laughter ) yesterday, cassidy talked about his wife, and used her to explain that everyone should back the bill because roads and bridges are a "woman's problem."
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( audience reacts ) ( booing ) cassidy's right. hence the famous ending of "thelma and louise." >> oh, no, they never finished the bridge! ♪ ( applause ) >> stephen: so sad. so sad. ( applause ) >> jon: should have gotten it together. >> stephen: bill cassidy made the observation this sunday on the meet press: >> oftentimes it is the women, aside from commuting to work, who's also taking children to school or doing the shopping. and the more time she spends on that road, the less time she spends doing things of higher value. so, if you speak to her, she's going to say this is a good bill. >> stephen: (as cassidy) "then she'll clarify: i mean the infrastructure bill. not my husband bill. have you heard the crap he says about women?" ( laughter ) ( applause )
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now, across the pond, the tour de france started on saturday, and for some cyclists, also ended on saturday. because there was a massive crash during the first stage of the race. first, let me just say that everyone's gonna be okay. second, holy crap: okay, there's the pack, oh, my god, and down goes frenchy! see? that's why i don't ride my bike on the road. i bought a peloton. which i also don't ride. the worst part is what caused the crash: a fan trying to get on camera. to get out the vital message: "allez omi opi," which is european for "go grandma and grampa!" very similar to the tragic accident that sank the titanic. ( laughter ) authorities are still looking for the spectator, and tour de france organizers say-- (french accent) "we are suing this woman who behaved so badly."
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>> stephen: hey, eve give it up for jon batiste and "stay human"! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: jon, you and that band are the greatest anti-deperessent i know. you cannot be down listening to y'all playing! >> jon: you've got to feel good! >> stephen: you guys ought to be bottled. >> jon: you got to feel good in this life, baby! let's go! >> stephen: you know, i spend a lot of time shucking for you the day's most topical clams, boning the finest, most current news chickens, and collecting the highest quality story shrimp and saffron rice, then gently simmering it all in a cast-iron comedy pai-yera, to create the fragrant seafood paella that is my monologue. but sometimes, sometimes, i shamble down to the docks with a rusty crowbar, maneuver through the polluted canal using a mcdonald's straw as a snorkel, and scrape the barnacles off a passing garbage scow, toss 'em in a pot with some half-used
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ramen flavor packets and mountain dew, to brew for you the chunky stew of news that is my segment: "meanwhile!" ♪ ( cheers and applause ) look at that. when you least expect it! when you least expect it! meanwhile, new york city is back, baby! on saturday, "springsteen on broadway" became the first full-length show to take the stage since the covid-19 pandemic shut it all down! yes, hop on a downbound train to the land of hopes and dreams because the boss is on fire and has a hungry heart to return to his glory days in a show that was born to run. nebraska! ( cheers and applause ) ( piano riff ) >> stephen: slightly suspicious, though, that bruce is doing this just
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weeks after "the late show." and a mpouldt be t fidearuce st. back in the day, he also ripped off my signature look. ( laughter ) meanwhile, in lighter news, a new study has found that the aging process is unstoppable. yes. i am aware. according to the study, despite all our research into genomics and a.i., humans cannot slow the rate at which they get older because of biological constraints. then, for god's sake, someone tell that to paul rudd! that's 52? i will capture you and steal your magic beans, you warlock! ( applause ) meanwhile, microsoft announced they will release the xbox series x mini fridge this
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holiday season. what do those words mean ( laughter ) apparently, they mean this: ( action music ) hopefully, this will be a more successful gaming-platform-slash-household- appliance crossover than the occulus toaster. ( laughter ) ( applause ) that was painful. slightly painful. >> jon: they come out so crispy! >> stephen: meanwhile, congratulations to giant pandas ri ri and shin shin, who just gave birth to twin cubs at a tokyo zoo. mazel tov to the new mother! if you want to get them a gift, the pandas are registered at bed, bath and bamboo.
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( laughter ) panda boinking is rare. in fact, the coitus that led to these twins was the first after a four-year hiatus. come on, makes sense. i know i have a hard time performing when a third grade field trip is watching me through plexiglass. ( laughter ) ( piano riff ) ( applause ) meanwhile, "the u.k. will ban junk food advertising online and before 9:00 p.m. on tv starting in 2023." oh, no! now how will the english learn about british snacks like raspberry blimeys; malt vinegar fanny prats; tangerine jammy nans: chocolate cobbly wobbles; lemon cheekies; jellied wonky dimples; slippery ginger knackers; sour boggy shambles; marzipan chumbley wumbles; and peppermint s
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( laughter ) i assu madep some of those. ( laughter ) meanwhile, "the guardian" recently asked "is cara delevingne's vagina tunnel the start of something big?" i dunno. ( laughter ) but it's the start of me asking "what is cara delevingne's vagina tunnel?" turns out, delevingne just gave a tour of her l.a. home to "architectural digest" where she highlighted a unique feature. >> so, this is my vagina tunnel. shall i go through? i'm going to go through. oh, god. and then you're inside. do you want to come in, alfie? come on, baby. i come in here to think. i come in here to create. i feel inspired in the vagina tunnel. >> stephen: must be nice to have enough space for your own vagina tunnel. ( laughter ) ( piano riff )
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caught a glimpse of the photo. ( laughter ) caught me by surprise. in new york, you're lucky if there's a shared vagina tunnel for the whole building. of course, it's not really a tunnel unless it leads somewhere, which it does! take a look. >> so, i'm going to show you where this lovely labia leads. see you there. oh, god, leo. watch out. ♪ oh, my gosh. >> stephen: the exit is a dryer door!lweayour vagina tunnel's lint trap. it's a real fire hazard.
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♪ ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey, everybody! welcome back! ladies and gentlemen, joining me tonight is the politician formerly known as mayor pete, who now leads the department of transportation. please welcome back to "the late show," secretary peter buttigieg. ( cheers and applause ) ♪
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>> thank you so much. >> stephen: it's nice to see you again! >> it's nice to be back. >> stephen: we had a few chances to talk over the campaign 2020. have you been in front of a crowd like this since covid opened? >> no, not in a year and a half. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: well, there's no better crowd. there's no better crowd. now, this is the first time you and i have spoken since you've joined the cabinet. is it secretary mayor pete -- i called you secretary peter buttigieg. are you going with the hard r on the end now that you're one of the movers and sha? it fancy. i ink i'll stick with peete. >> stephen: you are the first openly gay member of a cabinet in the united states. ( cheers and applause ) you spoke at a white house pride month event, and i'm just curious, what was the message
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that you wanted to convey to the people there who were listening, and what do you want people to understand about what this milestone means? >> well, the biggest thing was just to think about how much has changed and how much change is possible, and it's not just -- i mean, certainly being the first out member cabinet confirmed by the senate, i should say, to be historically accurate. but it wasn't that long ago, in the '50s there was the lavender scare. you couldn't even be a bookkeeper or astronomer in the government without your job being at risk if you were gay. so i wanted to convey a sense of how much has changed in a short amount of time but also how far we have to go. as we speak in states around the country, there are politicians who decided it's gpoics to ak tas, of the most vulnerable people in our society. high school is terrifying when you're not transgender.
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and these kids have the courage to be who they are and they want to be accepted and go the bathroom and play sports like everybody else and live. the really dangerous thing is if you have people in positions of responsibility going around whose position basically is that transgender people don't exist, some young people will hear that message as one that transgender people shouldn't exist and some will believe it. >> stephen: i hadn't heard that argument, there's no such thing at transgender -- >> if you think about it, that's what their argument boils down to, right, that they're just kind of wrong somehow. but what we're talking about is someone's ability to live and to live well, and that's one of the basic things politicians are in charge of securing, not threatening. so i hope that it will prove to be not good politics to pick on transgender kids, when these political attacks and terrible laws get beaten back. so that was the other part of my
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message. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: it's up to the voters to think about these decisions they're making. now, everyone, icluding myself in today's monologue is talking about thursday's bipartisan infrastructure bill -- >> deal, yeah. >> stephen: okay, deal. so let's call it ballpark a trillion dollars infrastructure spending. it adds up. a trillion dollars, as the guy who oversees the transportation system or the administration of our transportation system, do you have some say of where that gets spent? >> well, yeah. i mean, that's part of my job. >> stephen: okay. so did you think, when you took this job, it was going to have that big of a money gun that you could point -- i mean, in a positive way, have a money injection? how about that? a money vaccine so you can put it into -- like what do you want to spend it on? can we finally make the golden gate bridge actually golden or
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something like that? can we do something? what can we do? what would be the first priority. >> may not be the best use of the taxpayer dollars. >> stephen: people often say what's it like to talk to then mayor pete? i say it's interesting, he's a politician but he actually answerings the question you can him and answers it in a very simple and plain way. explain to me, as if i were a child, what's going to happen with the trillion dollars. >> okay. well, stephen -- ( laughter ) when you get $1.2 trillion, which is $1,200,000,000,000, which is 1,200,000,000,000 -- did i get thatt>> so,ook, thered pe.
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we've got thousands upon thousands of bridges that need to be repaired. we've got to improve our airports. i mean, if you travel abroad, you see the condition of other airports. our airports should be the envy of the world. tunnels -- in fact, i spent part of today in the hudson river tunnel, which is a piece of infrastructure -- ( cheers and applause ) sounds like people here know it. >> stephen: it's got a new fancy name. >> hudson river tunnel, part of the gateway project. >> stephen: yeah, the gateway project. >> the number of passengers, the number of trains that go through this one tunnel and if it failed, basically, it would cripple the northeast corridor. it would be so destructive to our economy you would feel the impact back in indiana where i come from. it has the best technology and construction engineering of 1-9d 10. but we're depending on 110-year-old piece of infrastructure. so fixing that tunnel and the bridges that lead to it, these are the examples that are the
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kinds of things we haven't been able to invest of in this country. there are examples of that in small towns, big cities across the country. now's our chance to have the best bridges, roads and tunnels, transit, trains -- i always thought i would be the biggest passenger rail guy, but obviously in this administration i'm second place but trying to make it a close second. this is the biggest investment in passenger rail since amtrak was created. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: we have to take a quick break. stick around, back with more secretary pete buttigieg, everybody. my hygienist cleans with a round head. so does my oral-b my hygienist personalizes my cleaning. so does my oral-b oral-b delivers the wow of a professional clean feel every day. one, two! one, two, three! only pay for what you need! with customized car insurance from liberty mutual!
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front-impact airbags. all in the hope that you never need any of it. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey, everybody, we're back with u.s. transportation secretary pete buttigieg. i want to ask you about president biden. you guys obviously competed against each other. i don't know that you supported him around super tuesday, is that when you three went behind president biden? >> right around then. >> stephen: you started the canethout meeting in the oval office because of covid. >> yeah. >> stephen: when did you finally go to the white house and have your first live meeting with the president? >> yeah, it was a few weeks in. the first time i was invited, i was quarantined because i had been exposed to somebody with covid, so they wheeled me in on a video cart. i was on zoom. the first time i actually got to go in it was a bipartisan
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meeting with senators from the other side, and talking about insurrection, working toward what eventually through all the twists and turns helped get to the deal the president reached last week. it was incredible. on one level, you know, i'm a cabinet officer, i'm there with the job to do, i'm trying to take notes and think about what i'm going to say and read the room, but there's a part of you that's, like, i'm in the oval office, this is incredible. ( laughter ) when i got up to leave, i noticed looking over the president's shoulder and i asked him, is that a moon rock? he's got a moon rock in there, on the bookshelf. it was, like, yeah. he showed me the moon rock. it's an incredibly symbolic and historic place but it's an office where people work and get things done and what really excites me is we really are getting things done in this administration. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: here's a picture of you and your husband chasten,
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that's you in the first floor of the white house there. i understand you've had to move to washington, d.c. how has the move gone? >> great. it's different. real estate's a little more expensive than indiana. so we're in a one-bedroom apartment. >> stephen: i understand you bike everywhere. >>they have great bike infrastructure in washington, d.c. seriously, there's great bike trails and parks. not every day but i ride my bike to work some days and i love to bike around town. >> stephen: i understand you bought a used bike and that caused commotion. >> chasten is good on finding deals online. that's how we f apartment. >> stephen: you're government workers, a limited income, obviously. >> i mentioned i wanted to bike around, and, so, you know, he arranged this deal and i had to
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go pick up the bike. it was running mate early and my security detail and i were getting to know each other and we got in the vehicle and, as we started to go, they said, sir, can you just confirm the location of the bike shop? because this address you gave us is coming up as the parking lot of the pizza hut in petworth, with is i exactly what it was. that's where the guy wanted to meet. it was probably weirder from his perspective because he's just standing there, i don't hink he recognized my name or chasten's, and so three suvs descend on him and ihop out wanting to buy a bicycle. i did and it was a great bike. except i got a flat tire last week. >> stephen: oh, well, good luck. , is, thanks for being here. >> thank you ( applause ) >> stephen: i hope the bill goes well. >> alive and well. >> stephen: formerly
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♪ ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: hey, everybody! welcome back to "the late show"s evening is an actress you know from "westworld," "the leftovers," and "manhattan." she now stars in the paramount+ show, "evil." the way you're telling me this you don't seem bothered. >> i'm not. i am -- i'm glad he's dead. >> and the police, you're not worried? >> no, they think it's larue's wife. >> oh, my god. they're wrong. they'll quickly find that out. she was with friends, i made sure of that before i went to his house. >> you made sure she had an alibi? >> mm-hmm. so it was premeditated, you went there to kill him? >> i knew if i did till him they
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would blame his wife so i made sure she had an alibi. >> so, um, how do you feel about your actions now? >> mmm... i can't change my actions. and i wouldn't. >> stephen: please welcome to "the late show" at the at that time! ( cheers and applause ) katja herbers! ( cheers and applause ) ♪ >> hi! >> stephen: hello. hi. >> stephen: thank you for coming out so quickly. you saved me a walk. >> oh, my gosh! >> stephen: i understand, and correct me if i'm wrong here, that this is your first appearance on a late night show in the united states. >> correct. i'm from holland. i've done some dutch late night shows, but this is my first time being on one here. >> stephen: well, welcome. ( cheers and applause ) i hope it's going well so far. >> yes. >> stephen: how am i doing?
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you're amazing. you're every late show talk show host dutch person's example. >> stephen: really? yes, you are. >> stephen: who are some to have the big dutch -- >> lubach. >> stephen: you did a lot of improv. >> i did, yeah. >> stephen: and i started off in improv. >> obviously, yeah. >> stephen: i'm just curious, a, what drew you to doing improvization because i was lazy and didn't wanted to memorize lines, but what's the difference between an american audience for comedy and the dutch? >> well, i think the big difference is dutch, nobody sues anyone, so there are just no rues. ( laughter ) so it means, like, i was on this live tv improv group, and there was a knife on the props table, and i -- the improv was that i had to confront a guy who had abused me and ruined my life.
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so i thought, great, a knife might come in handy. >> stephen: sure, yeah. o i took the knife and i thought it was going to be a prop knife. but it ended up being a brand-new sushi knife, and i, like, slit the guy's hand and we have to stop him and we have to ask is there a doctor here? and you have to be stitched. >> stephen: what did he think the audience think was going on? >> they thought it was all part of the show and we were, like, no, this is not funny. >> stephen: did it get a laugh? >> oh, 100%, but it was gaping! >> stephen: totally worth it then! if he's a real player he will be, no, i like it, they're laughing. >> when he sees me, he says, hi, hakatja, i say hi, i can see yor scar! >> stephen: "evil," sell me on moving to paramount +. what do i get? >> i was almost going to say
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( bleep ) yeah. >> stephen: what? i was going to say like f bomb yeah, that's where we'll move to. >> stephen: what do you mean. you can wear. wheninstead of saying, oh, darn, i can just go -- >> stephen: say the word! ( bleep ). ( cheers and applause ) ♪ that's nice. >> stephen: that would be great. >> we did adr for previous episodes and i went in and dubbed myself when i said, oh, that bastard, and i went in and said ( bleep ). >> stephen: so you made the shows more streamable. >> yeah, absolutely. >> stephen: now, in the show, you play something called a forensic psychologist. >> yes. >> stephen: explain to me what that job is. >> it would be good if i know that, exactly, right? >> stephen: psychological profiles -- >> i used to work at the d.a.'s
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office, i interview serial killers and figure out if their defense of insanity -- if they're actually insane or a psychopath. >> stephen: and you don't believe in the supernatural, you're the skeptic? >> i'm a scientist, a person of reason. >> stephen: sure. but i also get into these nightmares. i'm pretty close to my character except she's way smart and has a doctorate. >> stephen: do you not believe in the supernatural? >> no, i don't think i do, but i have this funky story where i used to be tortured by headaches, and i was completely dill baited, it was two or three years, mri scans, what's going on with her. my friend said you go to this lady in the woods and she's going to fix you. and i said i will do anything. >> stephen: go see a lady in the woods! sure! >> so i went to this lady in the woods. she laid me down on this table and she looked at me and she
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said, oh, i know what's going on, you're carrying around 37 ghosts, and i'm going to have to take them away because they're destroying your life and giving you these headaches. >> stephen: how did she take them away. did she have a prop knife? ( laughter ) >> no, well, she talked to every single one of them and she says, i don't care if you don't believe, but this is fine, this is going to help you and i'm going to do it. she said, john, you've got to go, you don't know you're dead but katja has a life to live and you have to go. >> stephen: did any fight her? yi, two or three fought with her, no, we like it here, we want to say stay, and she said, you've got to go! so they went and i've never had another headache in my life. i'm a skeptic and i don't think i believe in the supernatural but also that happened to me, so who knows.
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>> stephen: you were running an airbnb up here! ( laughter ) lovely to meet you. >> lovely to meet you. >> stephen: so nice to have you on for your first late night. you can find new episodes of "evil" sundays on paramount +. katja herbers, eve
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