I see a considerable number of you asking “Why do we need to change James Bond?”
I see a considerable number of you asking “Why do we need to change James Bond?”
Everybody wants to be the NEW James Bond…
– All right, so you brought your son to set with you while shooting, right? – I always do. My son’s almost five and both
of us, me and my husband, are both directors, so he’s
kind of grown up going to sets, and he gave little tips
sometimes to Tom, like– – Oh my, Tom Hanks (laughs)?
– Yeah Sometimes he was like, “You know, I like what you’re doing, “I think you need a rocket ship”. (all laughing) – Tom was like “Okay, great,
great, what else, what else? “Tell me what else”. – [Kelly] Oh my God! – Yeah. – Two directors, that’s amazing. – Yeah. – That has got to be a
fun relationship ma’am. – It is, it means we
understand each others work. – [Kelly] That is cool. – We know what the other
one’s going through. – Really cool. – Story time must be great
for Wiley, like at night – Yeah, I know. – Story like “What did
mum say last night?” “Right, well, in my version”. – All the time. Everything’s a competition. – Yeah, yeah. – That is our household as well (laughs). So how did this movie make you reflect on your own life? – Well I mean like you, I grew up watching Mr. Rogers, but I think the thing about Mr. Rogers, is it’s also, we watched
it when we were so little. It’s almost like in our DNA. It’s like pre-memory. So I feel like I got to
rediscover Mr. Rogers as a grownup and as a parent, you know? – As a parent? – It’s a different thing to look at the show now and to see it through the eyes of a grown person, and to recognize, oh wow, he’s talking about things a lot of us still need to work on. – I mean literally, my husband and I sat and sobbed in our
bedroom watching this film. – I’m glad. – Because he is very close to my heart because I didn’t grow up with a father, so for a lot of us it’s a father figure, you know? – I’ve had so many people say that to me, that they almost actually believed Mr. Rogers was their dad when they were growing up.
– Yes. Or it was somebody that you wanted, you thought that’s what it should be like. You know? You did a really great job. – Like Bill and Joanne, Joanne Rogers, his wife and Bill who was his right
hand man for his whole life, said something to me the other day in Pittsburgh, where they said, “You know, Fred didn’t expect “everybody to live in his image. “He accepted us with
all our imperfections. “He knew we weren’t perfect parents. “He knew we weren’t perfect people.” Like, something is
freeing about recognizing both that Fred was a human being, he wasn’t a saint, and that he didn’t expect
us to be saints either. He didn’t shy away from the hard parts of being alive and being a human being. – And that was actually
one of my favorite parts in the film is where his wife does say, “He has to work at this. “This isn’t like,– – She said that to me. – I know. – That’s in the movie
because she said that to me. – And that makes hope for all of us, because I’m like, if you just come out being awesome and lovely, well great, that’s easy for you. But knowing he had to work at it, we all have to work at it. It takes effort. – It’s like to take time to listen to other people
and empathize with them, takes more work. – One funny thing I found
about this though, is that I heard Tom Hanks turned
this role down a few times– – He did. – but then somehow you roped him in. How did you rope him in and can I know your secret? (audience laughing) – I’ll never do anything so miraculous again in my life. The story is that, I’m friends
with Tom Hanks’ son Colin. – Oh, okay. – And Tom and I met at a backyard birthday party where all the kids where
playing in the backyard. And we were talking and he said, “Oh, what do you do?” and I said, “Well, I’m a director”. And he said “Oh, there
was just this article “in the New York Times this weekend “about women directors in Hollywood.” And I said, “Yeah, I’m in that article”. – How cool did you feel? With Tom Hanks standing there how cool did you feel, like “Actually, I’m in the article. “No big deal, Tom.” – No big deal, Tom Hanks. And he said, “I’ll watch your movie” and a week later he personally emailed me and said, “I watched your movie. “Let’s get together and chat.” And that the other thing about him, is that he doesn’t have like someone reach out to you, like he
reaches out to you and says. – That’s so cool. So he must have loved your work. – And then we kept in touch for years and when I signed on to this movie, the Producer said, “Tom Hanks has always been
our dream as Mr. Rogers “but he’s passed on the movie three times. “He said no.” And I said, “Well I could try”. And I reached out to him
and he (finger clicks) signed on right away. – [Kelly] You’re magical. You’re magical! (audience clapping) – [Interviewee] And I’m just so grateful! – [Kelly] He is perfect. – [Interviewee] He is. – The casting was perfect. The directing was amazing. – Everybody who worked on this movie worked on it because they loved it. And you could feel it.
– It reads through the camera. Yeah, you can feel it and it matters. – It does matter. You know I really believe
you don’t have to suffer to make good art. – Yes. Oh I love you.
– The first thing I thought,
as a singer having to do videos all the time and having to
time things with the lyrics, when you did the entrance and the song, I was like how many times
did you have to do that? – I think 27 was the
official take on the day. Because Fred
– Was that like one of the hardest ones?
– Fred had nine years, or 14 years in order to figure this out. It was nearly impossible. You think that song lasts a long time. – It’s not.
– That song does not last a long time when
you gotta carry a thing in, take off a jacket, open closet door, pull a sweater off a hanger – I had a mini panic attack
– Put the jacket on the hanger.
– Watching it. – Maury, the boss, Maury Heller,
our director, she confessed to me later on that she
blew it, that she could’ve made it easier, but then
she found out that Fred’s blue shoes were already halfway tied. They were bigger than his feet anyway, so they went on really easy. Then the shoes that come off
are also bigger than my feet, so those come off easy. But I had to do the full tie. You know, criss-cross applesauce. – Yeah, I watched. – A rabbit goes around
the ear and in the hole. – Yes.
– I had to do that whole thing. He only had to do the rabbit
around, the fly around – Oh my Gosh. – It was a nightmare. – What’s the nicest thing,
’cause we have a whole neighbor thing we do on our show too. The whole reason why I
signed on to do this show, is ’cause I feel like
we’re really divided. So I wanted my show to kind
of connect people and actually meet your neighbors instead
of being on your phone all the time and actually be present. I was curious, have you
ever had a really cool neighbor moment in your life? – My dad was divorced and he was working in the restaurant business,
so there were three kids that were living in an apartment
complex in Alameda, California. My dad would leave us food to prepare, frozen peas and vegetables that
we would literally just take to the garbage chute, and
frozen we’d just throw it away, ’cause we’re not makin’ those peas. So we had really, really
super bad eating habits. A lady moved over. She had three kids. One of them was, I only remember one name. His name was Marco. But she lived just like two
doors down on the opposite side of the hall. Her door was always open a crack, because we could always
just go in and out. She would always make us food. Corn dogs, the first time you have a corn dog made with love.
– I’m Texan. Tom, would you like a,
yes, what is a corn dog? It was magnificent. – Every kid kinda has
something they latch onto when they’re younger, and
I love that Mr. Rogers pulled that out of Lloyd. Because Matthew Reece’s
character played Lloyd, and he had 10, the original 10. – We compared notes on all of this. I don’t remember having
anything that was given to me, but I remember buying that thing
that I had my heart set on. Major Matt Mason, the posable, bendable astronaut doll by Mattel. – Major Matt Mason.
– Major Matt Mason. This was during,
– So specific. – You know, men were landin’
on the moon, and it cost $1.95. I had a paper dollar. I had some nickels. I had a couple quarters. – It was all your money. – I saved up $1.95, went
to Clark’s Drugstore on my brother’s borrowed
bicycle, picked it off the rack – We had the same childhood. – It’s in the plastic
shell and it’s on a rack. You gotta kinda work it
loose, then you take it up, and the shelf is here and
the lady, I put it down and I put out all my coins. And she says, all right, very good. And with sales tax that will be $2.06. – Oh, that’s sad. – I was 11 cents short. – [Kelly] Did she spot you? – No. – That is wrong, that is
not a neighborly thing. – Goof life lesson. Son, you’re close, go out
and earn another 11 cents. And I went home and went through
the cushions of the couch. Lift up the tank of the toilet, there might be somethin’ in there. – We did that too. In the movie, people recognize you. I love this part of the
movie, when they recognize you and all the kids start singing. – Yeah, that really happened. – So has that ever happened to you? – When Big came out, my
dad and my step-mom were in New York, and we went to
a really fancy restaurant. There was a pianist and
a harpist and a violinist playing a little music. The piano dance in Big
was the heart and soul. Well, suddenly a piano
and a harp and a violinist started playing Heart and Soul. – Oh my gosh. – I think this is because of the movie. – Do you get embarrassed
in that situation, or do you think it’s cool? – It’s better than the
other stuff they yell at ya. – Yeah, exactly. – Wilson, you know. I get a lot of that. Brace for impact. Anything that landed in a movie. – We actually call our balls
Wilson at our house. (laughs) – [Tom] There ya go. – We go, we’re like grab
Wilson, put him in the car. – Get a little bit of every,
yeah son, you have a problem. (laughs) – How did playing Mr. Rogers
change you as a person? I’m asking you this because I
grew up watching Mr. Rogers, and it changed me as a
child and helped me develop, but at the same time,
watching it as an adult, because I’ve seen the documentary and I’ve also seen the film. – The documentary’s a beautiful thing. – It is, and it does change you. It makes you re-think your
actions with your children, especially as an adult. – Every role that comes
out enlightens you somehow, because you have to ponder
something about what the character goes through and how
it relates to your own life. There hasn’t been a time I
haven’t walked away from a job thinking like, oh man, I
gotta re-think that aspect of my personality defects.
– They all change you. – Mr. Rogers was all about
listening to invest in what the other person is saying. Since then, I have made a study
of how I listen to people. There’s this acronym, W-A-I-T. That stands for why am I talking. There have been many times where
I’ve been in a circumstance where I have told myself to
shut up and start listening. It’s been an extraordinary,
I’ve learned so much about my kids by listening to them more than asking them questions. – You have to work at it. – The concept of listening
is a human endeavor. There’s been so many times
where, contrary to my nature of being so glib and loud, I have been working on listening better. – Matthew and Susan were
both telling us that you gave the most awesome wrap gift. They were like, it’s so beautiful. It’s leather. It’s inscribed. It’s like so beautiful.
– Got their name on it. – Yes, and they were
like, I just don’t know what it is.
– What it is, yeah. (laughs) – And you’re Tom Hanks, so
they were too afraid to ask. – Here’s what it is. When you show up to work
on a movie, you have a copy of the pages that you’re,
they’re called sides. – Sides, yeah. – The script pages that
you’re shooting that day and the call sheets. So everybody knows
exactly what you’re doing. They are leather holders for those sides. And this little pen and
you can keep notes on it. I’ve used it on complicated
days, ’cause you need to know. And the fact that
neither Susan nor Matthew knew what they were. – No, but the fact that they were two
– Are these people professional actors? – I think they were
like, it’s so beautiful. She even said, I don’t know,
some sort of saddle. (laughs) I don’t know what she said. – Use it as a coin purse. I don’t care. – But it was funny though
because then they’re gonna figure it out though and
it makes perfect sense. It’s the most perfect wrap gift. – It’s a tool.
– It’s beautiful. Now they know.
– Now they know. – The more you know. – Yeah, so take it down from the shelf, take it out of its shrink
wrap, and use the damn things for cryin’ out loud. – I wanna say thank you so much. For a kid that grew up on Mr. Rogers, you did such a great job. Like anybody had any doubt, but it’s just, that’s an important role
for a lot of people, and you did such a great job. – Well thanks.
First off, I just want to say that it’s no fun to have to make a review like this.
(applause and cheering) – She’s so excited. (excited laughter) – Sit down. I know you’re excited. – I love you so much. – [Josh Gad] Oh my god,
I love you so much. – And I was telling you, she loves you. – Your voice, so iconic. – These are real tears. You are the, oh no. – She loves you. I’m telling you. – Oh my God. – [Kelly] No, but here. Can I, can I tell you my favorite part? Cause I was reading her pre-interview, and all the things, like I’ve seen you in “Book of Mormon,” I’ve seen you in “Frozen,”
or heard you in “Frozen,” all these things you’ve done. Tell him what, the one you mentioned? – Bear Claw. – Bear Claw. – Bear Claw. – Bear Claw or New Girl, that’s her poll. – I also loved Wedding Ringer. – Oh, thank you. You’re too young to see that but okay. (excited laughter) (clapping and laughter) – You are so unbelievably talented. – Thank you. – We were listening to your
song in the car this morning, “I Don’t Know My Name”,
and I’m blown away by you. – Thank you. – She’s so talented. – Thank you, I’m blown away by you. – You are mesmerizing, really incredible. – I love that you’re crying it’s so cool. – I’m not crying, I’m fine. It was the initial shock. – You shouldn’t lose that though. I think it’s cool when you get so excited about meeting people. I’m 37 years old, and I
still, ask Meryl Streep, I look like an idiot. Like, but whatever I
don’t care, I like her. – Mine was Harrison Ford,
imagine how that went. – Oh my god, was he quiet? – I literally was like, I love you, and he’s like alright. – So why Bear Claw? Why was that your poll? – I love New Girl. I actually just did an interview with Zooey Deschanel. – Oh I love Zooey. – Because I’m like a
die-hard New Girl fan. But they told me on the
phone, they’re like, Okay so someone’s gonna be
sitting with you on the couch, and I’m like oh okay. And I was like oh who is
it, and they were like Josh Gad, and I was like who’s that. So I didn’t know who that
was, but I’m like a huge fan. But I know you as Bearclaw. (laughter) – There are so many emotions that I’m going through right now. (laughter) Do you know who you were, then
when I learned who you were, I cried. – I cried really hard on the phone. – I know what you mean though,
because I don’t ever know everybody’s real names sometimes. – Especially actors, I don’t know actors. – Yeah and I always think that they’re the person they were in
the movie and they’re not.
-I’m very excited about this. “IT Chapter 2”
comes out this weekend. [ Cheers and applause ] When they heard that,
actual clowns were like, “Oh, come on. I was just
starting to get work again. I mean, come on.”
[ Laughter ] Let’s get to some news here.
I read that President Trump promised that
if he’s re-elected, he’ll build 500 miles
of border wall. Yep, and if he’s not re-elected, he’ll just draw a wall
with a Sharpie. [ Laughter ] But this is odd. [ Laughter continues ] “I didn’t do it.
That’s the way the wall was.” [ Laughter ] But this is odd right here.
The Trump administration just announced
that they’re rolling back efficiency standards
for light bulbs. It was a confusing day
at the White House, ’cause every time Trump said
“dim bulbs,” Eric and Don Jr.
busted in and said, “You rang?” [ Laughter ] “Lock the doors, please.” [ Laughter ] Guys, I don’t know
if you’ve noticed this but President Trump
can have trouble pronouncing words sometimes. For example, here he is trying
to say the word “inconvenience.” Take a look at this. -Couldn’t have been more calm.
I then respectfully said, “Sorry to incon-vens–
convenience you,” and I left the room.
[ Laughter ] -Well, he’s actually struggled
with a few other words recently, so with that in mind,
it’s time to play “Talk Like Trump.”
Here we go. [ Cheers and applause ] -♪ Talk like Trump ♪ ♪ Talk like Trump ♪ ♪ Yeah ♪ -So…
[ Cheers and applause ] Yeah, you guys look good.
Oh, yeah. [ Cheers and applause
continues ] Here’s how this works. I’m gonna see
if anyone can guess how the President is going to
mispronounce a simple word. If you get it right,
you get a prize. If you get it wrong,
you still get a prize. All right.
[ Laughter ] Raise your hand if you want
to play “Talk like Trump.” It’s really fun.
[ Cheering ] Here we go.
Sure, right here. I don’t have to walk far.
Stand up, sure. Oh, sit down, maybe.
[ Laughter ] All right. Hi.
What’s your name? -Keno.
-Wow. That’s a great name. -Yeah.
-I lost a lot of money on you. [ Laughter ] Keno, where are you from?
-I’m from Brooklyn. -All right, cool.
I was gonna say Vegas. In our first clip,
President Trump is gonna try and say the word “heritage.” How do you think he’s gonna
mispronounce “heritage”? -Her-i-tawge?
[ Laughter ] -That’s pretty good.
“Her-i-tawge.” [ Laughter ] That’s pretty good.
Let’s see what happened. -And we are reclaiming our noble
“herrige” as a nation. -Ah!
[ Buzzer ] “Herrige” — so close.
So close. You lost,
but here’s your losing T-shirt. A custom-made “herrige.”
That’s for you. -Thank you.
-Thank you, Keno. Appreciate it. Who else?
Who else wants to play? Get up.
[ Cheers and applause ] How you doing?
-Good. I’m great. -What is your name?
-My name’s Maya. -Maya, very good.
Maya, where are you from? -I’m from Northern Virginia. -Hey, well,
thank you for being here, Maya. [ Cheers and applause ] Maya, our next clip,
very simple. Trump tries to say the word
“lawmakers.” How is he going to mispronounce
the word “lawmakers”? -Law-mack?
[ Laughter ] -“Law-mac.”
[ Laughter ] I can see that one.
I can see that one happening. All right.
Let’s see what happened. -He has worked
in both houses of Congress, advising “law-markers.” -Ah!
[ Buzzer ] “Law-markers.”
It’s close. Here’s your losing
“law-markers” T-shirt. -Thank you.
-Thank you for playing. I appreciate it.
Anyone else? Who’s up? You?
I don’t know how to get to you. [ Cheers and applause ] You, yeah, right there.
Yeah, come over here. This guy just… This guy
just looks interesting to me. Hey, nice to see you.
-Nice to see you, too. [ Laughter ] -What is your name?
-My name’s Matt. -Hey, Matt, welcome.
Where you from? -I’m from the Bronx.
Hey, all right! Boogie down, Bronx. Now, in this final clip, Trump
tries to say “transplants.” “Transplants.”
-Turnsplints? [ Laughter ]
-Turnsplints. You’re not saying
any vowels at all. [ Laughter ]
-Trnsplnts. -You’re actually saying it
through your nose. -[ Muffled speaking ]
-Yeah. [ Muffled speaking ] -In addition,
up to 11,000 more Americans could receive heart, lung,
and liver transpants annually. -Ah!
[ Buzzer ] -“Transpants.”
Ah, sorry. Thank you for playing.
I appreciate. Thank you so much.
Appreciate it. [ Cheers and applause ] That was “Talk like Trump.”
Thanks to our players. Let’s get right back
to the monologue right here. -♪ Talk like Trump ♪ ♪ Talk like Trump ♪ ♪ Yeah ♪ -Some 2020 news. The third Democratic
presidential debate is in less than a week, and this time, all the
candidates can fit on one stage. [ Laughter ] We’ll hear from
the 10 candidates up there, plus Bill de Blasio
shouting from the audience. [ Laughter ] I saw that this debate
will be on ABC, which is nice because
the winners will get a boost in the polls
while the losers will get a spot
on “Dancing With the Stars.” -Oh.
-That’s pretty cool. [ Laughter, cheers, applause ] Some tech news.
Google is being fined $170 million for violating
children’s privacy. Pretty messed up.
Not only did they collect kids’ data, they also
told Becky that Greg liked her but didn’t “like her” like her. [ Laughter ] And finally, Yellowstone’s
Steamboat Geyser had a record number of premature
eruptions this year. Today, park rangers
walked up to it and said, “Don’t worry. This happens
to lots of geysers.” [ Laughter ]
We have a great show.
-Last time you were here, it was very interesting,
I think, for me. We were all trying to figure out
how to pronounce your name. -Yeah. -And now here you are —
You’re a major contender for getting
the Democratic nomination. You just got a big day today.
The polls came out, and you’re number three
in the polls in Iowa. [ Cheers and applause ] What do you attribute
your surge in popularity to? -Well, hard work, a really good
team, and the right message. I think our message is what Americans
are really looking for. It’s not just how to end
the Trump presidency, which is obviously
a huge priority, because our country’s future
depends on it. [ Cheers and applause ] But it’s also about what’s America going to need the
day after this presidency ends? This presidency will come
to an end one way or the other. And when we get there, when the
sun comes up over this country, and we’re picking up the pieces
and figuring out what’s next, I think it’s going to require
that we’re ready to undertake bold solutions, but also that
we can bring people together. And that’s been the core
of our campaign. And I think it’s resonated. [ Cheers and applause ] -I think, the last debate, I think you scored major points
for a lot of people during that because, one, with Elizabeth
Warren, you challenged her and actually debated, as you
would in a debate, with her about her Medicare for All.
-Yeah. -And you were saying,
“How do you pay for all this?” And she didn’t really
have an answer. -It’s a respectful, honest,
but major difference of opinion. First of all, when you’re
proposing something like this, it’s got to be clear
how it’s paid for. And the plan
that I’m putting forward, we call it “Medicare
for all who want it,” can be paid for without raising
middle-class taxes. And it’s got a lot
of other advantages, too, because it lets people keep
their private plans. So the basic idea is
we take a version of Medicare. We make it available
for anybody who wants it, but if for some reason
you prefer a different plan, that’s okay. I’m not going
to make you switch. And I just think
that’s better than saying, “You’ve got to do Medicare
whether you want to or not,” and make that entire change
for the entire country in four years or less. So it’s just an honest
difference of opinion. -And I saw a lot of people
were saying, like, “Oh, well, wait a second,
Mayor Pete. You said that — You tweeted out that you were
for Medicare for All…” -Yeah.
-“…a couple years ago.” So what do you say to that? -Yeah, for the long run,
that’s still my preference. I just think we got to have
some humility about this. In other words,
to get from here to there, it makes more sense
to make it optional. And then if we’re right, that
that’s going to be the best plan for all Americans, then
all Americans will choose it, and it’ll become the only plan.
And if we’re wrong, and some Americans would rather
be on something different, well, then we’re going
to be really glad we didn’t kick them
off the plans they had and force them onto ours.
So it’s a similar vision about where I think
the destination’s going to be, but an approach
that is more practical and I think more flexible
for Americans who I trust to make
the right decision on what’s right for them. -I think another thing
that where you scored — [ Cheers and applause ] Another area where you scored
in the debate is when — with Beto O’Rourke, and you kind of, you guys
kind of sparred a little bit about gun reform. And would you like to talk
about your stance on that and — -Well, first of all, I think we
all want to get real gun reform. There’s been way too much talk
for way too long. [ Cheers and applause ] And I think the focus right now is we’ve got to have
universal background checks. By the way,
Republicans agree on this — not so much Republican
members of Congress, but the Republicans
across America, and Washington still hasn’t
been able to get it done. We got to go further than that. We got to have red flag laws
that disarm domestic abusers. And we’ve got to ban the sale
of these assault weapons and the high-capacity magazines
to load them. That will save lives in America. And we’ve got to do it
right away. -And that’s a —
It’s a big issue for you. If you do become President,
you’ll — you’ll — that’ll be one of your focuses? -Yeah, I mean,
we can’t go on like this. You know, I was in high school when the Columbine
shooting happened. And since then, we’ve generated a second
school-shooting generation. Shame on us if we allow there
to be a third. [ Applause ] -And you know these guns because you’ve seen
these assault rifles. You were in Afghanistan. -Yeah. -What is your take on everything
with Syria and Turkey and — -I got to tell you,
it’s just a bad day for America when our country can’t be
relied on to keep its word. You know, I really felt
when I was deployed that, in addition
to my body armor and the weapons I was carrying, that one of the things
that protected me was that the flag on my shoulder represented a country
that was seen as credible, that our allies
and our enemies knew that when we said we would do
something, we would do it. So when you got
these Kurdish fighters, they put their lives on the line
to be at our side fighting against ISIS,
and you betray them, which is what
this president has done, not only is it undermining
stability in Syria, it’s undermining
the honor of American soldiers who feel now that their honor
has been taken away. And when you take away
a soldier’s honor, you’re taking away
the most important thing. And it’s taking away
our country’s honor. It makes the world
a more dangerous place. And when I am president,
when I am Commander in Chief, we will restore
American credibility, because lives depend on it. [ Cheers and applause ] -I know you’re in New York, and I saw that you were riding
the subway today, which is — There you are right there. [ Cheers and applause ] I don’t know if you were here — I don’t know if you were here
to stop by “Saturday Night Live” to ask them to stop doing
an impression of you. I don’t know.
But I don’t if you saw, they did an impression of you. But they’re not on this week. But yeah, you didn’t see it?
-I didn’t see it. [ Laughter ]
-You didn’t see it at all? -No.
-No, you didn’t see it. -Was it good?
-Well, we have — Here’s a here’s a clip
of Colin Jost playing Mayor Pete on “Saturday Night Live.”
Take a look. -Hi.
[ Cheers and applause ] Thank you very much. Thank you.
I went to Harvard, but they don’t teach you
where to put your arms. Why am I not winning this,
you know? I’m a veteran. I’m under
the legal retirement age. And when I talk, it makes sense. Is something wrong with me? -No, no, you’re a great guy, just, like, as a friend,
not for president. [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] -So, you like it? -It’s okay.
-It’s okay. It’s not — It wasn’t that bad. -Yeah, I just want to say I’m
very comfortable in my own body. I know exactly what to do
with my arms. I don’t know —
-But now you’re over-thinking what to do with your arms now?
-Yeah, now, I’m wondering. Are they too far out,
too far in? -I’ll make it easy for you.
I just want to shake your hand. Thank you for coming
on our show tonight. [ Cheers and applause ] Mayor Pete Buttigieg, everybody!
-I am fascinated by you.
-Yes? -We just met today.
-Yeah, we did. -But I’ve been stalking you — -We’re going to be
lifelong friends. -Thank you. I like that.
I like that. But I’ve learned
so much about you, and I want to dive into
something that I think is
just so, so cool. Because it’s 2019, and you might be the only person
on Earth that has a flip phone. Explain. You have a flip phone. -I love the flip phone life. -Okay, you need to explain. Explain how you function,
please. -Wait, to be clear, I did have exclusively a flip
phone when I lived in Canada. [ Laughter ] -I’m like,
“Is that what we’re known for?” I’m confused.
[ Laughter ] -No, it was very reliable. I would print out maps
before I was going anywhere. I used a phone for what a phone
is supposed to be used for. I made phone calls
and got texts. -Wait, wait. You make
phone calls on a phone? [ Laughter ]
I’m terrified. -Yes, that whole “talking”
thing, that’s what I did. And then I came back
to the United States after we finished shooting
“Once Upon a Time,” and I found —
[ Cheers and applause ] But I found
that it’s very hard — Like, we’re not using
the signals as much anymore. And they’re, like,
letting those signals go, so I never had reception and my
husband was getting frustrated, and so he asked me to please get
an iPhone so we could FaceTime. -Mm-hmm. -And I begrudgingly got it
but loved seeing his face. And then we’d go back
to get another flip phone. We’d go to like, all the phone
companies in the United States and be like,
“Give me your best flip phone. I’m sure I can make this work.” I’ve had so many phone numbers that my husband has accidentally
been FaceTiming strangers. [ Laughter ] -That’s amazing.
-It’s kind of fantastic. -I kind of love that.
[ Laughter ] Because I think you describe
yourself as, I mean, you said this, I didn’t say —
you said you’re “a little bit of an old woman.”
-Oh, yeah. No, one of my best friends said,
“She finally figured out that if a lady in her 90s
is into it, that’s my jam.” -Really?
-100%. -What else makes you
a 90-year-old woman? You said you “print maps?”
-Oh, yes. [ Laughter ] Well, they’re just so — I mean,
it’s just all there then. You’re not, like,
waiting for something that — -What? Do not you think it’s not
all there on a phone? [ Laughter ]
-I print maps. I knit and embroider
and sew and bake and I’m, like, addicted to
gardening shows and — -You’re addicted to
gardening shows? -Ohh! Just, like, yes. Give me, like, a cup of tea
and a gardening show. and, like, that’s
a Saturday night. [ Laughter ] -Oh, my God. I love this. I mean, so, you’re not really on
social media? -No.
-Oh, not at all? -No. My husband is.
So, every once in a while — Yeah, I can’t really figure it
out anymore. -Okay, I have a question. If you’ve never been
on social media, this means that
you’ve never used, like, Instagram or Snapchat. -I was, like a long time ago. At the beginning of
“Once Upon a Time.” I was on social media
for a minute. [ Man cheers ]
Thanks, I love all that. -We should play a game.
-And then “Once Upon a Time –” -“Once Upon a Time.”
-It’s like a drinking game. -“Once Upon a Time.”
[ Man cheers ] [ Laughter ] -I was on social media
for a minute, and it frankly
was very overwhelming. -And how long ago was that? -It was several years,
because once I had babies, I thought that —
it was just, yeah. I would spend like hours
trying to compose, like, I don’t know, a haiku. -Now people only have babies
for Instagram. So things have changed.
[ Laughter ] So this means that you
probably have not explored the current world of filters. -Well, when I take a picture,
like, you can make it brighter. [ Laughter ] -No, no, I mean, like —
Hold on. [ Laughter ] We’re gonna —
Have you ever seen a filter that changes your face? -On the iPhone you can do,
like, drama warm. [ Laughter ]
Drama cool. -No, no, like a —
I need to show you something. Hold on, hold on.
I need you show you something. You’re going to tell me if
you’ve ever seen this before. Okay.
Let me take a picture of you. -Okay.
-Okay, hold on. Okay, I’m going to show you
this picture, okay? -You have a lot of cameras
on your camera. [ Laughter ] [ Man whoos ]
[ Laughter ] -This is the picture
I just took. -Whoa!
Wait, who am I — who am I with? Am I morphed with someone
or is that just, like, a — -This is you as a man.
-Well, no, I mean, obviously. [ Laughter ] But, is it a specific man,
like if we — Is it one of those
“if we had a baby?” [ Laughter ] -No, it’s literally just what Snapchat thinks
you’d be as a man. -I’m really happy.
-We’re gonna do one more because this is
the best day of my life. [ Laughter ] This will be a video, okay?
-Oh, do I move or do something? -Go ahead and say,
“Once Upon a Time.” -“Once Upon a Time.” [ Cheers and applause ] -Okay, great. This is great. Let me just save this
real quick. This one is good for blackmail.
Hold on. [ Laughter ] -[ High-pitched voice ]
“Once Upon a Time.” [ Normal voice ]
That’s amazing! [ Laughter ] -So, I’m so happy. I just showed you filters
for the first time. -Yeah, my kids
are gonna love that. -That is amazing. I love that. I love that.