Ice T Addresses Why He Never Ate a Bagel Before Law & Order: SVU


-Before we get into
“SVU” stuff — congrats and everything — I want to talk about
Ice-T quickly. I don’t know
if you heard this, but there was a big… covfefe on Twitter about you
never having a bagel before. Never…
-Yeah, true. -You’ve never eaten a bagel? -I had never eaten a bagel. I’ve eaten one
since then. But what happened was,
on the show, they wanted me
to eat a bagel. I said,
“I don’t eat bagels.” So… [ Laughter ] But it was in the script. So, you know,
I just did it. -Yeah.
-So, then, somebody… But I acted like I ate it.
I didn’t eat it. So, then, on Twitter,
somebody goes, “Why that kind of bagel?” I said, “Because it was
in the script.” Then, they said,
“What’s your favorite?” And I said,
“I’ve never had a bagel.” And then, everybody lost
their Goddamn mind. [ Laughter ] And then, I said,
“I’ve never had coffee, either.” So, I don’t know why that’s
so hard for people to believe. -…two weird things.
One is that you’ve never had a bagel bef–
-Why? Why? Look. Look.
I’m from South Central. Could you imagine Snoop singing,
“Rolling down the street smoking indo,
eating some lox and bagels”? [ Laughter ] It don’t work.
-You never know. -That’s not how it
happened for me. It didn’t happen
like that for me. -I understand. But through your life,
you’ve been on sets. I’m assuming there’s food
on the sets. -There’s a lot of stuff
I won’t eat on the set. I just never ate one.
So, I ate one the other day. I did an actual commercial
for a dating site called “Coffee Meets Bagel,”
or something. And — and —
and basically, I ate one. And it tasted like —
one bite, it felt like I ate
a loaf of bread. [ Laughter ] Why would I eat
an unsweetened doughnut? I’m okay with it.
Coffee’s cool. I’m good.
I like jelly doughnuts. Let’s keep it moving. [ Laughter ] -It’s all wrapped up. -I know,
but I’m interested in this. What’s your thought
on coffee? Just so we don’t have to ever
talk about it again,
what was your thoughts — -Black coffee —
why would someone do that to themselves? Okay? [ Laughter ] They put some cream.
They put a little sugar in it. I got it. It’s cool. I prefer tea —
not because my name is Ice-T. I just prefer tea. [ Laughter ] Black people like sweet stuff,
just in case you didn’t know. We don’t drink unsweetened tea,
stuff like that. White people do that.
-Yeah. [ Laughter ] Black people like
sweet things. -Yeah, but —
-Can I live? -Yes. You can definitely live.
-Can I live? -I don’t know why everyone
freaked out, either, but just, it sounded
very interesting. -Okay, talk to Mariska
about that other stuff. -Uh… Mariska… you’ve had a bagel before?
No, I’m just kidding. -I have to say — I couldn’t
believe that anybody cared. I didn’t understand why people
cared if Ice had a bagel or not. -It’s just fun.
-Is it? -It’s fun. -Have you ever had a sardine?
-Yeah. -I love sardines.
-Some people — My wife had never eaten
a cheeseburger till she was 31. And then, I go,
“‘Cause she was a vegetarian.” And they go,
“Oh, I understand.” [ Laughter ] Some old dumb — listen. Eat what you want to eat. -Oh, my gosh.
-I’ve eaten a lot of things. -I don’t think
you’re over it yet. [ Laughter ] -We brought a therapist
on to the show. -[ Mumbles ] Let’s talk about you guys,
first of all. What was your first impression
of Ice-T when you first met him? -Well, I was so nervous
to meet Ice-T, ’cause he was a rapper.
He was OG. He was, like, the man.
He was the rapper. And so — I didn’t even know
what OG meant back in the day. [ Laughter ] But I was excited about it. “The og is coming.
The og is coming.” -“The og.”
You don’t pronounce it — -It took you guys minutes.
-You don’t pronounce it “og.” -How do you mean?
How you mean? I’m not following. -You don’t pronounce “the og.” So, he came on the show, and
he was the sweetest, kindest, most open — we call him
“the philosopher” on the show. And it was… such a joy,
and it’s been for 20 years, and an education, for me.
-Yeah. -He’s taught me about
so many things, and… -Good for you.
-Yeah. Really. I mean, really.
-20 years. -We’re very fortunate,
you know, to be on a show that, you know,
everyone likes each other. Everyone gets along. 20 years is a long time,
and you know, it’s… a very cool
work environment. Mariska’s the best. -Do you feel that way —
’cause at first, did you think you were gonna
work on the show for 20 years? -I came on for 4 episodes.
-Wow. -Yeah. And then, they —
then, they kiss-kick you. They go,
“Well, we don’t know if you’re working out
with Belzer.” You know,
“We don’t know.” And then, they go,
“But we’d like you to stay.” And I’m like, “Well, you try
getting along with Belzer in four episodes.”
You know? [ Laughter ] And so, then,
they asked me to stay. And I’ve been there,
and I’m happy, and I’m not going nowhere
till she’s gone. -We’re sticking together.
-You’ve got to stick together. -We’re sticking together. -You work great —
you work well together. Why stop it?
-We do. It’s been so — It’s just been such a crazy
surprise journey and gift. -You’re one season away —
one year away — from being the longest
running drama in the history
of television. -Yeah.
-In history. [ Cheers and applause ] -Yeah.
-I mean, if… If you guys do that,
how cool will that be? -So cool. Yeah. -It’s cool. -Whoa.
[ Stammers ] Oh, it’s gonna be
that cool. [ Cheers and applause ] You’ve never had a bagel,
but you’ve been wearing a reverseable jacket
the whole time. That is cool, right there.
Come on. It’s gonna be great,
and I just… Thank you for all
the entertainment, and all the cool things.
We love you guys.

UK Laws on Self Defence (Self Defense) – EXPLAINED!


Ninh explains, the UK Laws on Self Defence
So you’re in the UK and you’ve just been arrested for either hitting somebody, bashing
someone on the head with a wooden leg, or shot a leprechaun to death … and you want
to know if you can use ‘self defence’ as a way to avoid prosecution.
This video explains what the UK laws are regarding self defence, and if you can even argue self
defence in a British court of law. Before I begin though, I’d just like to
say that this video is for educational or entertainment purposes only, and is not a
substitute for a legally licensed professional. If you are in trouble with the law or you
think you’re in trouble, please hire a lawyer! So what is the law exactly?
Without going to all the technicalities, the law here in the UK dictates that…
You may only use Reasonable Force to prevent imminent danger and any further harm or injury.
You may use self defense to defend yourself,
someone else who is in imminent danger, your property,
prevent a crime or in a lawful arrest situation. Now notice the key words in the description,
because it’s these key words that will determine whether you escape prosecution or not. What is imminent danger?
Imminent danger generally refers to a threat to the safety of yourself, someone else or
your property. Whether you actually are in danger or not
is irrelevant at this point, the key thing is that you must believe that you were in
imminent danger. If you ever admit that you didn’t feel like
you weren’t in danger – you’ll most likely be prosecuted.
Let’s say that someone is brandishing a glass bottle in your general direction. You
can defend yourself at this point if you believe that the glass bottle will cause you or someone
else harm. If he’s on the ground and you then proceed to stamp him in the groin 17
times, this is not self defense, as the danger had passed when the drunk fell to the floor.
The prosecutor will also ask if you could have used a more peaceful resolution, such
as running away, and if you ever say yes, you can’t argue self defence either.
You can only argue self defense if you genuinely believe that you had no other choice.
Contrary to popular belief – you don’t have to wait to be attacked first. You can
issue a pre-emptive strike if you believe that it will avert danger to yourself or someone
you’re defending. You must however, always use reasonable force. So what’s reasonable force?
There is no legal definition of ‘reasonable force’ as this varies from case to case.
But in general, it refers to the most proportionate and least harmful response to the danger in
question. You also have to apply common sense to any case.
If someone tries to choke you to death and you poke him in the eye to get him off you,
that is deemed to be a proportionate response to the threat and therefore would be grounds
for self defense. If someone calls you a ‘popinjay’ and
you go and poke him in the eye, this is NOT a proportionate response and you can’t argue
self defense. You are therefore guilty of assault.
If a drunk tries to rip your clothes off and you knee him in the crotch, this would be
reasonable. If a drunk tries to rip your clothes off and
you then stab him 27 times, this would not be reasonable.
In any trial, it will be up to the jury to determine what’s ‘reasonable’ given
the circumstances, as you will always argue that what you did was ‘reasonable’. I just hit someone with an object, can I argue
self defense? The answer: it depends.
When you start using objects to defend yourself, the odds tilt towards you being prosecuted
and here’s why. In the UK – any object acquired for the
sole intention to cause harm can be classed as an offensive weapon.
Let’s say you’re in bed and someone comes in and tries to rape you.
You pick up the nearest thing you have (which happens to be a table lamp) and bash him over
the head with it. You can argue in court that you did not buy the table lamp for the sole
purpose of hitting a rapist over the head with. You bought the table lamp as a table
lamp and that you had no choice but to defend yourself with it. This is good grounds for
using an object in self defense. If however, you keep a baseball bat next to
your bed and a rapist comes in and you bashed him across the head with it, and you tell
the prosecutor that you keep a bat next to your bed just in case someone breaks into
your house – congratulations, you’re going to prison.
You’ve just admitted to buying an object for the sole intention of causing harm, and
therefore it’s now classed as an offensive weapon.
The best response if you get asked this question is … I play baseball. I just shot a guy with a gun. Can I still
argue self defense? When guns are involved, you REALLY tip the
balance in favour of prosecution. In the UK – where gun laws are extremely
strict, you generally have no good reason for having a gun in your possession in the
first place, let alone using it to defend yourself.
If you’re not licensed to have that particular gun, or you used an illegal gun to shoot someone
with, it’s almost certainly prison for you. If you are licensed to have that gun, the
prosecutor will ask you what you were doing with that gun when you used it in self defense,
and there’s only a handful of scenarios where you can escape prosecution here. And
even then, it’s up to the jury to decide whether you lawfully used it to defend yourself
or not. So to summarise.
If you were defending yourself, someone else, your property or preventing a crime
AND there was imminent danger AND there was no other peaceful resolution
AND you used reasonable force AND if you used an object, you did not buy
it for the sole intention of causing harm Then you may just about have grounds for arguing
self defense to avoid prosecution. Remember, this varies from case to case and
I strongly recommend that you consult a lawyer for your exact circumstances. I’ve seen
thugs people shoot someone dead and get away with it, and I’ve also seen grannies hitting
robbers with handbags that got prosecuted for it. So always consult a legal professional.
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and subscribe. It takes ages to make one of these videos and good karma is much appreciated.
Remember, if you’re in trouble with the law or you think you’re in trouble, please
hire a lawyer! Ninh Ly, www.ninh.co.uk, @NinhLyUK

Maisie Williams Accidentally Drops a Major Spoiler in Game of Thrones’ Final Season


-Everyone’s probably asking you the same questions
about “Game of Thrones” and it’s the final season.
but I was gonna ask you, do you have a top five maybe iconic moments
of your character, of Arya’s moments on the show? -I do.
I mean, there are so many. But in terms of things
that have really defined her, I think number one would be
Ned’s beheading in season 1. That was what
spiraled her whole arc. -Yes. -And then she was with the Hound
for a long time. I think there was a line in
maybe season three where she was like, “One day,
I’m gonna stick a knife through your eye
and out the back of your skull.” That was, like,
a pretty defining moment when you realized how —
[ Laughter ] how messed up in the head
that she’d become. -Yeah.
-And in season five, I think she threw away
her original costume. And I was in that costume for
like four years or something. So, she threw that
into the water, and it was
a really emotional moment. I guess last season,
she reunited with Sansa again, so that was a pretty big moment. And then they both united
and killed Littlefinger, and that’s pretty —
-That’s like kind of — yeah. [ Cheers and applause ]
That’s not bad. This is the final —
the final season. Everyone’s been waiting. Can you tell me anything? Are you allowed
to talk about anything? -I’ve decided to just keep
a tight lip on everything. HBO have sent out a lot of memos
recently about just say nothing. -Yeah.
-So there’s really nothing that I can say.
They would absolutely kill me. -You couldn’t give —
You couldn’t give one little spoiler,
one little hint of a a little —
a crumb is all I ask. [ Laughter ] Milady. Just a crumb
is all I’m asking for. [ Laughter ] -Um…I don’t know. Like, during shooting,
the final days were really, like, emotional, saying goodbye
to all of the cast. Because when I found out that
Arya died in the second episode, I was —
[ Audience gasps, laughs ] -What? Are you kidding me? That’s a spoiler. [ Laughter ] -Is this live?
-No. -We can edit that out.
-Are you serious? -Yeah. -Dude, yeah, totally. -They’re still
gonna tweet about it. -No. Don’t worry about it.
Are you serious? It’s fine.
-I’m really sorry. -No, don’t worry about it.
No, it’s fine. -Okay.
-We can edit it, right? Yeah.
We can edit it out. Don’t worry about it.
-Okay. -Yeah.
Don’t worry about it. No one’s gonna —
It’s fine. It’s cool.
Let’s just start — Can we do applause,
and I’ll just go from the applause
and go into it again? [ Cheers and applause ] Let’s talk about, uh… Let’s talk about the final — Let’s talk about
the final season. -I’m… -Um… Is she okay? Is she okay? We’ll just go… -April Fools! [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ -You were so good!
Oh, my gosh! We got you guys so bad! Maisie Williams, everybody!

Jimmy Recaps Night Two of Second Democratic Debate


-You guys,
earlier tonight on NBC, we had the first
NFL preseason game between the Broncos
and the Falcons. So if you enjoy watching people
hit each other, you probably loved
last night’s debate. That’s right.
Everyone went after Joe Biden at the Democratic debate,
and he knew it was coming. Did you see what he said to
Kamala Harris before it started? Watch this. [ Cheers and applause ]
-Hi, Joe. -Go easy on me, kid. -Yeah. [ Laughter ] That might be a sign
you’re too old to be President when you call a 54-year-old
a kid. He’s like, “Yeah.” A lot of people were talking
about Biden’s age ’cause there was also
an awkward moment when he confused
his campaign website with a text message. Listen to this. -If you agree with me,
go to Joe 3-0-3-3-0 and help me in this fight. [ Laughter ] -He… Bernie Sanders was watching
at home going, “Bingo. I got 0-33. 0-33! Bingo! I got bingo!” He doesn’t know what he’s doing. [ Applause ] Last night wasn’t the first time Biden’s had trouble
with giving out this number. Here he is at a rally
back in May. -Send a text
to the words “united” to the number 3-0-3-3-0 —
3-0-3-3-0. Or 3-0-3-3-3-0. Or “B-O-O.”
Anyway, you got it. [ Laughter ] -On the next debate, he’ll be
telling people to text C-3PO. It’s like, just stop talking. But back to last night, while
all his opponents attacked him, Biden tried to fight back. He went after Cory Booker’s
time as mayor, but that sort of backfired. Check out what Booker said. -Mr. Vice President, there’s
a saying in my community — “You’re dipping into
the Kool-Aid, and you don’t even
know the flavor.” [ Audience “Ooh”s ] -Everyone saw that and went,
“Oh, no.” And Biden was like… [ Laughter ] Appreciate that.
Thank you, Roots. Oh, no! It’s a Kool-Aid joke. [ Laughter ] -‘Cause you would say
“oh, yeah,” right? He said, “Oh, no,” right? -Oh, I don’t know.
I’ve never seen the commercial. -Oh, really? -Well, even though
he’s been struggling, Biden is still the front-runner
by almost 20 points. I guess Democrats want to
fight fire with fire. They’re like, “The only way
to stop a guy in his 70s
who can’t speak is with a guy in his 70s
who can’t speak.” Hey, guys, listen to this. A recent study found
that today’s students think they learn more
from YouTube than they do from textbooks. Sounds odd, but you can
actually learn a lot from the same lessons you’d find
in a text book on YouTube. I’ll show you what I mean. For instance,
if you’re studying sociology, a textbook will tell you that
making a gender-reveal video is a fun activity
for new parents. But YouTube
will just show you this. -Three, two, one! [ Cheers and applause ] [ Laughter ] -Next, if you’re studying
mixology, a textbook will tell you champagne is a sparkling wine
for sophisticated celebrations. But YouTube will just
show you this. -[ Speaking
in foreign language ] -Oh! [ Glass shatters ] -And finally, if you’re studying
architecture, a textbook will tell you that the shape of each structure
can hold a powerful message. But YouTube will just
show you this. -This makes a perfect circle. -Oh, that’s small.
-Oh, wow. -Wow! Look at that. -Where do you get
all this stuff? -These you can buy,
and those ones I make. -Huh. How cool is that? -Tools in your hand or…?
-What did I just make there? -Hold on. Oh, my gosh. [ Cheers and applause ] -Wow! That was like a gender-reveal
party right there. -And finally,
this is interesting. A new study found that the moon
is actually 100 million years older
than we thought. You could tell
the moon is a lot older ’cause it ended the night
by telling supporters to visit its website,
moon 3-0-3-3-0.

Wheel of Impressions with Nick Kroll


-All right, here’s how it works. I’m going to press
this button here, which activates
the impression generator. It will land
on one random celebrity who we can do an impression of
and one random topic. And so whoever’s turn it is,
they have to do an impression of that celebrity
talking about that topic. Since you’re my guest,
my first guest, you go first. -Thank you.
-You’re welcome. Press the button,
and the game begins. ♪♪ Ooh, Jason Statham.
-Jason. [ Laughter ] -Talking about troll dolls.
-Okay. -I didn’t know
you did a Jason Statham. -I don’t know if I do.
Okay. -All right.
-Okay. -Jason talking about
troll dolls. -All right.
[ Clears throat ] [ British accent ]
“Here’s the ‘troof.'” [ Laughter ] “Nothing quite pisses me off
like those little troll dolls.” [ Laughter ] “I just rip off
their [bleep] heads.” [ Laughter ] “I can say [bleep]
because I’m from the U.K.” [ Laughter ] “You can say that.
That’s right, in the U.K., where I was
a competitive-level diver.” [ Laughter ] “It’s true. I was a competitive diver.
Google it. Or as we say in the U.K.,
Ask Jeeves.” [ Laughter ] “Anyway…”
-Oh, my God. [ Cheers and applause ]
-“Anyway, back to the dolls. I still look better
than them naked, see?” -Oh, my God.
That’s insane. ♪♪ [ Cheers and applause ] Oh, my goodness!
That is phenomenal! -Thank you.
-That was phenomenal. All right, here we go.
This is my turn. Ask Jeeves…
-Ask Jeeves. All right.
-Regis. [ Laughter ] Regis Philbin talking about
“Hot Girl Summer.” Okay.
All right. “All right. Let me —
Let me tell you something. [ Laughter ] I am missing
“Hot Girl Summer” already. It is fall. I’m counting down the days when
I can sip rosé with my squad… [ Laughter ] …and play our favorite bops.
Like Lizzo.” -Yeah, sure.
-“For example, I just took a DNA test.”
-Oh, yeah? -“And it turns out
I’m 100% that bitch!” [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ “100%!”
-100%. -All right, Nick.
You’re up. -Okay, I’m gonna press
this real button. [ Laughter ] ♪♪ Okay.
-Oh, Pitbull. -Pitbull. -It is real, yes.
Pitbull. -Pitbull, flu shots. -Talking about flu shots.
-Okay. -Yeah, I don’t know
if I know how Pitbull talks. -Okay — okay. “Aha!”
[ Laughter ] “Miami Beach, Mr. 305,
coming at you to say you got to get
your flu shots, man!” [ Laughter ] Germs are going worldwide,
baby.” [ Laughter and applause ] -Oh, my God. -“It won’t hurt at all.
It just stings for a second.” That’s one, two, three, four.” Uno, dos, tres, cuatro! ♪♪ [ Cheers and applause ] -Oh, my gosh.
Oh, my gosh. Phenomenal! All right,
we have time for one more, and it is my turn.
Here we go. ♪♪ [ Laughter ] Okay.
Seinfeld, sure. Surprise party. Jerry Seinfeld
talking about surprise parties. -Okay.
-“Okay, okay. What’s with all the secrecy?”
[ Laughter ] “I come to an empty apartment, which is exactly
what I wanted for my birthday. But I turn the lights on,
and all of sudden, “Surprise!” The only surprise is, you have to make small talk
for four hours now.” [ Laughter ] -“Oh, get it together, Jerry!” [ Laughter and applause ] -“George! George, what are you doing here,
George?” -“That’s right. I put this
party together, Jerry. I put it together.
I schemed it together.” -“You shouldn’t scheme.
No one should scheme.” -“Oh, I schemed, Jerry!”
[ Laughter ] “George is getting upset!” ♪♪ [ Cheers and applause ] -That’s a good George.
-It’s a little bit — It’s a little… -You helped me
with my impression! That’s all the time we have
for “Wheel of Impressions.”

Jimmy Tries Out Republican Excuse Generator


-You guys, I want to
say congrats to the
New York Yankees, who are moving on
to the American League
Championship Series. [ Cheers and applause ] And congrats to the Mets, who are moving on to binge-watch
season 8 of “Friends.” That’s fantastic. Yeah, you could tell the Yankees
were feeling good when they popped champagne,
lit cigars, and it was only
the second inning. That’s when I knew
something was up. Let’s get to some news. Today, the White House
stopped an important ambassador from testifying. Yep, Trump told his staff
to do whatever it takes to stop anyone
from saying anything that could endanger
his presidency. And his staff was like, “Okay,”
and duct taped his mouth shut. [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] “Can’t stop my Twitter hands.” “Get his hands, too!
Get his thumbs! Tape his thumbs.
He has Twitter thumbs.” “Tweet!”
That’s right. The White House blocked our
E.U. Ambassador Gordon Sondland from testifying
about the Ukraine scandal. Because nothing says we’ve got
nothing to hide like saying, “We got to hide Gordon.” Can we see what Gordon Sondland
looks like? Yeah. Looks like an accountant
for the Addams family. [ Laughter ] He looks like a guy
who rents a Ferrari
for his high school reunion. You know that guy? He looks like a lawyer
who claims he only collects
money ifyouget paid. You know? [ Laughter ] [ Applause ] “And I only take money
if you get paid.” Weak figure. Apparently, the Ambassador has a bunch of text messages
about Ukraine, but the State Department
won’t give them to Congress. When she heard that,
Hillary Clinton was like, “Russia, if you’re listen,
I hope you’re able to find the texts
on the Ambassador’s phone.” Oh, and get this — I heard
that when the whistle-blower testifies before Congress, they might disguise
his appearance and his voice, which means there’s
a good chance the President is about to be brought down
by guy dressed as a Minion. [ Laughter ] “Banana!” And I read that, since the
impeachment inquiry began, White House officials
have been dodging interviews about the Ukraine scandal. Apparently, they even got
their own excuse generator to come up with reasons
why they can’t talk. I’ll show you how it works. For example, when they asked
Attorney General William Barr for an interview,
he said… [ Electronic beeping ] …”I would, but I’m working
as a John Goodman impersonator.” -Oh. Well… [ Applause ] -Next, when they asked
Senator Rand Paul, he said… [ Electronic beeping ] …”I can’t move the appointment
for my perm.” -Makes sense. -You got to keep it tight.
-Yeah. -Got to keep it tight!
Tight! Tight!
-Tight! -Next, when they asked
Housing Secretary Ben Carson, he said… [ Electronic beeping ] …”I’m busy practicing for
‘Dancing with the Stars.'” -Oh, well, yeah.
-That’s going to be good. -Valid excuse. -And, finally,
when they asked Rudy Giuliani — Look at that picture.
[ Laughter ] -Oh, my God! -When they asked Rudy Giuliani
for an interview, he said… [ Electronic beeping ] …”Sorry, I’m having
a colonoscopy as we speak.” Wow! -“As we speak.” -Wow. -Something’s up. -Now, today, Trump had lunch
with Vice President Mike Pence. You can tell Trump’s
paranoid about leaks because, before the meeting,
he frisked Pence to see if he was wearing a wire. He’s like “Wow, you’re like
a Ken doll everywhere.” [ Laughter ] [ Applause ] “Mother? Mother, get in here.” Did you guys see this? China is refusing
to broadcast NBA games after the Houston Rockets’ GM
spoke out in support
of Hong Kong’s protesters. It’s a bad situation
’cause the NBA needs China to grow their fan base
and to make their shoes. -Yeah. [ Audience groans ] -It’s true, it’s true. It’s true.
-Yeah. -Yeah.
-Let’s face facts. -Hey, listen to this. To save taxpayer money,
the king of Sweden just took away royal status
from five of his grandkids. For us, it’s a news story. For Eric and Don Jr.,
it’s a preview. Get this — a British man
became the first person to fly around the world
in a gyrocopter. Yep. When asked to comment
on his flight in a gyrocopter, he said, “Actually,
it’s pronounced yeero-copter. [ Laughter ] Probably… -Didn’t know that. -Probably didn’t know that.
A little over your head. So, no big deal. -Needs to spin. -It’s just, my family they’ve
always flown in yeero-copters. That’s what you call it. So…no big deal. -Yeah. -And finally, a French town
made a world record setting fruit salad that weighed
almost 23,000 pounds. When they heard about wasting
23,000 pounds of fruit, Edible Arrangements was like,
“Stay in your lane, girl.” We have a great show.

Jimmy and The Roots’ Tariq Trotter Rap a Recap of the Democratic Debate


-Tonight was the second
Democratic debate, or, as nine candidates
called it, “Operation Destroy Joe Biden.” Everybody went after Biden,
but he said, with 10 people onstage,
it was less of a debate and more of like
a lightning round Or, in Bernie Sanders’ case,
a struck-by-lightning round. Hey, you got to respect
a guy who combs his hair with a balloon. You know what I’m saying? Then he floats away like
the old man from “Up.” It’s amazing. But it was a big night,
and, in the end, a lot of people thought Kamala Harris
won the be debate. She had what was probably —
[ Cheers and applause ] Yeah. She had what was probably
the line of the night. At one point, all the candidates
were talking over each other, and that’s when she stepped in
and dropped the hammer. Watch this. -Part of the issue of —
Hey, guys, you know what? America does not want to
witness a food fight. They want to
know how we’re going to put food on their table. -Wow.
[ Cheers and applause ] She was so good,
Trump endorsed Biden so that he wouldn’t
have to face her. It’s like, “Yeah, he’s great.” Tonight, we got to see Bernie
and Biden onstage together. Yeah, here they are right there.
Yeah. It looks like they’re debating
Viagra versus Cialis. Look, I’m not saying those two
are old, but their podiums were the only ones with tennis
balls the bottom. But get this — there was
a 40-year age difference between tonight’s candidates,
ranging from 37 to 77. With Pete Buttigieg next to
Biden, it looked like Take Your Kid to Work Day. Speaking of Buttigieg,
he said Democrats need to move the party forward
and claimed his opponents want to return to the 1990s. Hey, Pete, the top movies
right now are “Toy Story,” “Men in Black,”
and “Aladdin.” We’re already back in the ’90s. Sorry to say.
[ Cheers and applause ] Well, in addition to
the front-runners, we also got to know
some of the underdogs, and, early on, a lot of people
noticed that one of them, Andrew Yang,
wasn’t wearing a tie. Take a look at this. Yeah. When he realized you
can go casual, Biden tried to take off
his pants, and you go, “No, hey,
you can’t do that.” Finally, you guys,
so much happened during the two nights of the debate,
it’s hard to cover it all. so I was thinking we
could ask Tariq for a debate rap recap. I mean…
[ Cheers and applause ] I know the second debate just
ended 30 minutes ago, but, Tariq,
what do you think, bud? -I think we could pull that off.
-All right. Let’s do this. Roots, hit it.
♪♪ ♪ They were, unh ♪
♪ They were, unh ♪ ♪ They were short on time ♪ ♪ 60 to respond
before they pass the baton ♪ ♪ Before the record flies by
in a blink ♪ ♪ But in Miami,
all the views were stunning ♪ ♪ Everyone you know was there, ’cause everyone you know
was running ♪ ♪ The first night, Liz Warren
came out feelin’ big ♪ ♪ Dunkin’ on those candidates
like Zion in a wig ♪ ♪ Cory Booker threw Shaft
side-eye ♪ ♪ I thought she spoke faster ♪ ♪ With people on the stage like
a Netflix password ♪ ♪ Chuck Todd was focused ♪ ♪ He avoided a snafu ♪ ♪ Till it sounded like a
microphone turned on in the bathroom ♪ ♪ Tonight, the moderators
pretty much were irrelevant ♪ ♪ ‘Cause they were
getting trampled like the Dems were elephants ♪ ♪ Kamala spoke about Trump ♪ ♪ She asked if he pays enough ♪ ♪ And smoked him out like she
was in her blazer, later blazin’ up ♪ ♪ Bernie Sanders said he’s
pollin’ better Donald is ♪ ♪ Then he yelled about it as if
he was at the audiologist ♪ ♪ Yang kept it cool ♪ ♪ Mayor Pete kept it brainy ♪ ♪ Joe’s night was mainly rainy ♪ ♪ Hey, what’s up with
John Delaney? ♪ ♪♪ ♪ Elizabeth Warren
came ready for war ♪ ♪ And the Beto O’Rourke camp is,
“Sí, señor” ♪ ♪ And foreign policy was
on their minds ♪ ♪ All the time ♪ ♪ Are we in a case
of blind leading blind? ♪ ♪ Who will keep the people tight
and safe at night? ♪ ♪ Maybe Biden’s teeth will be
the guiding light ♪ ♪ Food fights, zinger ♪ ♪ Rachel put ’em through
the ringer ♪ ♪ Humdinger ♪ ♪ Should they take another swing
or call it quits? ♪ ♪ I can do this all day
and might slip ♪ ♪ Might lose a grip ♪ ♪ Might make
a blooper disappear quick like I’m Hickenlooper with the
with the super-bang ♪ [ Cheers and applause ]
♪♪

Third Democratic Primary Debate Set for Three Hours


-You guys,
coming into work today, I saw a bunch of paparazzi
outside, and I thought, “Well, you’ve still got it,
Jimmy.” And then I remembered my guest
tonight is Kim Kardashian West. So I go, “Okay, well…”
[ Cheers and applause ] I actually
ran into Kim backstage and asked if she would post a
picture of us on her Instagram. And she was like, “No problem.
That’ll be $2 million.” [ Laughter ] Let’s get to some news here. Tomorrow night is the third
Democratic debate on ABC. So, it’ll be “Jeopardy!”
and “Wheel of Fortune,” followed by a debate
full of people who watch “Jeopardy!”
and “Wheel of Fortune.” [ Laughter ] And tomorrow’s debate on ABC is scheduled
to be three hours long. [ Cheers ] Americans are like,
“Um, the only thing we’ll watch for three hours on ABC
is ‘The Bachelor’, okay?” [ Cheers and applause ] “We’ll watch four hours
of that one.” Right now, the candidates are
making their way to the debate, and I saw that Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg
were on the same flight. Look at this photo. Yeah.
[ Laughter ] It got weird when Bill de Blasio
walked by, like, “Peanuts? Headphones?”
[ Laughter ] Should be an interesting night,
though. The debate will actually feature
the top 10 Democrats, but there’s still
so many candidates, it could be hard to keep track.
-Uh, not really. It’s Biden, Booker, Buttigieg,
Castro, Harris, Klobuchar, O’Rourke, Sanders, Warren,
and Yang. -Wow. [ Cheers and applause ] Not everyone has the list
memorized like you, Tariq, so… -[ Laughing ] It’s not a matter
of memorizing, Jimmy. It’s a matter
of staying informed. It’s Biden, Booker, Buttigieg,
Castro, Harris, Klobuchar, O’Rourke, Sanders, Warren,
and Yang. [ Cheers ]
-Good one, guys. You both memorized the list
to make me look bad, but your average person
doesn’t know the whole list. And watch this. Miss, in the audience, can you name everyone
running for president? -Me?
-Yes, you. -Oh, God. I mean, uh, Biden and
Bernie and Elizabeth Warren? -[ Laughs ] See?
Told you guys. It’s not that easy.
-Well, there’s also Booker, Buttigieg, Castro, Harris,
Klobuchar, O’Rourke, and Yang. And de Blasio, Bullock, Bennet,
Gabbard, Messam, and Ryan are still running as well as Williamson, Steyer,
Sestak, Delaney, and three Republicans
named Walsh, Sanford, and Weld. [ Cheers and applause ] -Impressive. That’s impressive. But you’re obviously
an audience plant. -Oh, I-I’m not a plant.
-Well — -But he is. [ Laughter ] -Hey, Jimmy.
Yeah, the candidates are Biden, Booker, Buttigieg, Castro,
Harris, Klobuchar, O’Rourke… – All right, all right.
That’s enough! Let’s just move on!
Let’s move on. The plant knows everything.
Stop. Move on. [ Applause ] ‘Course, the other big story
is President Trump firing National Security Adviser
John Bolton. Some are saying that part of
the reason Trump fired Bolton is because
he never liked his mustache. [ Laughter ] I guess whatever animal
is on Bolton’s lip didn’t get along with whatever
animal is on Trump’s head. [ Laughter ]
[ Growling ] Actually, today, John Bolton’s
resignation letter was posted online.
Look at this. Yeah. I might be with Trump
on this one. Anyone who
folds a letter lengthwise should’ve been fired
a long time ago. Who does that? Speaking of Trump,
yesterday he gave a speech, but I saw that he had a little
trouble with the word “deserve.” Take a look at this. -You have never stopped working
to improve this country and you “deser” a government… [ Laughter ] -That didn’t sound
anything like “deserve.” -Yeah. -Maybe it would it help
if we slowed it down. Dave, could we slow it down
and see what that sounds like? -Improve this country
and you “deser” a government… [ Laughter ] -See, that made it worse. Maybe if we slowed it down
even more. -[ Slowly ]
“Deser” a government… -No, I can’t —
I can’t hear it. Oh, I have an idea. What if we played the clip
in reverse? -[ Audio in reverse ]
…deserve… -He said it!
Hey, he said it! He said it in reverse!
[ Cheers and applause ]