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November 19, 2014 - Jessica Chastain

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Hasan Minhaj and Jordan Klepper debate the use of gestation crates, Lewis Black investigates Black Friday's impact on laborers, and Jessica Chastain discusses "Interstellar." (21:29)

>> Jon: HEY, WELCOME TO"THE DAILY SHOW."

MY NAME IS JON STEWART.

WE'VE GOT A VERY NICE PROGRAMTONIGHT.

MY GUEST SHE'S GOT A FILM OUTCALLED "INTERSTELLAR,"

THE ALWAYS EXCELLENT JESSICACHASTAIN WILL BE HERE.

NEVER A BAD MOVIE FOR THAT LADYAND NEVER A BAD PERFORMANCE.

BUT WE'RE GOING TO START TONIGHTON THE LOCAL SIDE.

ACROSS THE RIVER, MY OWNSTATE, JERSEY.

WHERE OUR FRIEND GOVERNORCRISTOPHER CHRISTIE FINDS

HIMSELF IN A BIT OF A SITUATION.

>> GOVERNOR CHRISTIE HAS A PIGPROBLEM.

>> Jon: NOW, NOW WAIT. WAIT.

I DON'T FEEL THAT THAT'SAPPROPRIATE.

I DON'T THINK THAT'S APRODUCTIVE WAY, UNLESS I'M

OBVIOUSLY JUMPING TO CONCLUSIONSAND BY SOME ABSURD POLITICAL

TWIST THE GOVERNOR OF NEWJERSEY LITERALLY HAS A PIG

PROBLEM.

>> HE HAS TO DECIDE BY DECEMBERIF NEW JERSEY PIG FARMERS CAN

USE GESTATION CRATES.

>> Jon: OH, HE HAS A PIGPROBLEM. HE HAS A PIG PROBLEM.

[LAUGHTER]WELL YOU KNOW WHAT, WHY

SHOULDN'T HE BE ABLE TO USEGESTATION CRATES?

IT'S A FREE COUNTRY.

I MEAN HOW MUCH DOES THEGOVERNMENT GOING TO CLAMP DOWN.

THEY FARMERS HAVE, NEED TO STORETHEIR, WHAT IS A GESTATION

CRATE EXACTLY?

[LAUGHTER]

>> THE CRATES ARE USED FORPREGNANT PIGS TO PREVENT THEM

FROM FIGHTING.

FARMERS ALSO SAY THE PIGS AREMUCH EASIER TO HOUSE THIS WAY.

>> Jon: RIGHT, NO, NO. THATMAKES SENSE.

IT'S EASIER TO KEEP THEM INTHESE TINY CONFINED BOXES LIKE

SHOES. [LAUGHTER]

THAT ARE ALIVE ANDCAN FEEL PAIN.

SHOES THAT CAN FEEL PAIN.

[LAUGHTER]CLEARLY AN IMPROVEMENT OVER MOST

PREVIOUS FORMS OF PIG HOUSING.

YOUR STRAW. YOUR STICKS.

[LAUGHTER]YOUR BRICKS. EVEN WITH THOSE

COSTLY SPECIALIZED UNITS. EVENWITH THOSE COSTLY UNITS

FULLY TWO THIRDS OF YOURPIGS ARE STILL VULNERABLE IN

THAT SITUATION TO WOLF ATTACK.

[LAUGHTER]WOW, IT'S REALLY.

[LAUGHTER]I BELIEVE THAT MIGHT ACTUALLY BE

PIG BLOOD.

[LAUGHTER]WELL LOOK, HEY,

DO YOU KNOW WHAT, GOVERNORCHRISTIE HAS TO WEIGH THE

BENEFITS AGAINST THE COSTS.

I MEAN THESE CRATES MIGHT HELPPIG FARMERS, AND WHAT IF ANY

ARE THE DOWN SIDE TO THE CRATES.

>> THE HUMANE SOCIETY SAYS THATTHE EXTREME CONFINEMENT OF THE

PIGS LITERALLY MAKES THEM GOINSANE.

THE CRATES PREVENT THE PIGS FROMTURNING AROUND, LYING DOWN AND

FULLY EXTENDED THEIR LIMBS.

>> Jon: SO?

WHAT'S SO GREAT ABOUT EXTENDINGYOUR LIMBS?

ANYWAY, LOOK, I'M DOING IT RIGHT... OH.

OH MY, YEAH, ALL RIGHT.

OH.

[BLEEP] I FEEL ALIVE.

YEAH.

OH MY GOD.

I JUST ... THE HILLS ARE ALIVE ♪WITH THE SOUND OF ♪

I'M SORRY, I DON'T WANT TO RUBIT IN BUT THIS EXTENDING YOUR

LIMBS THING IS PRETTY SWEET.

[LAUGHTER]AND ANYWAY, THESE ARE JUST

GESTATIONAL CRATES.

YOU KNOW, WHEN YOU'REPREGNANT I'M SURE ONCE

THEY GIVE BIRTH THEY GETMATERNITY LEAVE.

AND YOU KNOW PROBABLY BACK TONORMAL WITH LOTS OF MOVING

AROUND.

>> BREEDING PIGS SPEND 80% OFTHEIR LIVES PREGNANT AND SO THEY

SPEND THE BULK OF THEIR LIVES INTHESE CRATES.

>> Jon: JEEPS [BLEEP] CHRIST.THAT IS HORRIBLE.

THESE POOR PIGS TORTURED FORLIFE.

AND FOR WHAT?

OH.

[LAUGHTER]ALL RIGHT.

IT'S A COMPELLING ARGUMENT.

BUT ALL RIGHT.

CHRISTIE'S GOT TO DECIDE BECAUSERECENTLY THE NEW JERSEY STATE

LEGISLATURE OVERWHELMINGLYPASSED A BILL BANNING THE USE OF

THESE GESTATION CRATES AND IT'SA BAN THAT'S SUPPORTED BY 93% OF

NEW JERSEY VOTERS.

I MEAN, THE ONLY THING.

[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]THE ONLY THING THAT WOULD MAKE

APPROVING THIS BILL MORE OF A NOBRAINER FOR CHRISTIE IS IF HE

GOT A MESSAGE FROM A MAGICALLYLITERATE SPIDER ABOUT IT.

>> CHRISTIE REPORTEDLY TOLD AGROUP OF IOWA PORK PRODUCERS HE

WILL VETO THE NEW JERSEY BILL.

WHAT?

WELL, YOU KNOW, OBVIOUSLY IGUESS YOU CAN'T IGNORE THE

CITIZENS OF IOWA WHO ELECTEDYOU GOVERNOR OF NEW JERSEY.

[LAUGHTER]WAIT A MINUTE.

WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?

>> PIG FARMING ISN'T BIG IN NEWJERSEY BUT IT IS HUGE IN IOWA

WHICH IS HOME FOR THE FIRSTELECTION CAUCUSES.

>> IOWA IS THE NUMBER ONE PORKPRODUCING STATE IN THE COUNTRY.

NEW JERSEY HAS 9,000 PIGS.

IOWA IS 20 MILLION.

>> Jon: NEXT MOVIE IDEA.

[LAUGHTER]IOWA BASED SCI-FI

THRILLER "RISE OF THE PLANET OFTHE PIGS."

[LAUGHTER]THIS SUMMER.

GO HOG WILD AND SAVE YOUR BACON.

[APPLAUSE]THAT REALLY LOOKS LIKE AN ANGRY

[BLEEP] PIG RIGHT THERE.

SO LET ME GET THIS STRAIGHT.

PURELY TO ADVANCE HISPERSONAL POLITICAL GOALS, CHRIS

CHRISTIE'S GOING TO VETO A BILLALMOST UNANIMOUSLY SUPPORTED BY

THE PEOPLE OF NEW JERSEY.

WHICH IS WEIRD CONSIDERING THEKIND OF GUY CHRIS CHRISTIE

ALWAYS SAYS HE IS.

>> MY JOB IS TO STAND UP FOR THEPEOPLE OF NEW JERSEY AND

TO FIGHT FOR THEM AND THAT'SWHAT I'M GOING TO DO REGARDLESS

OF THE POLITICS.

WHAT THE PEOPLE OF NEW JERSEYWANT IS PEOPLE WHO COME INTO

OFFICE AND DO THEIR JOBS ANDIF YOU TRY TO CALCULATE EVERY

ONE OF THESE MOVES POLITICALLY,YOU'RE NOT DOING YOUR JOB.

I ALWAYS PUT THE PEOPLE OF NEWJERSEY AND MY OATH AHEAD OF

PETTY PERSONAL POLITICS.

>> Jon: OF COURSE THE OBVIOUSEXCEPTIONS OF BRIDGES AND PIGS.

[BLEEP] THEM.

SO, NOW I GUESS WE KNOW GOVERNORCHRISTIE'S PRESIDENTIAL AMBITION

IS THE ONE THING HE WON'TPUT IN A TINY CRATE.

BUT DO YOU KNOW WHAT, MAYBETHERE'S A DEEPER ISSUE WHO ARE.

WE'RE GOING TO EXPLORE THE PROSAND CONS OF GESTATION CRATES

WITH NEWEST DAILY SHOWCORRESPONDENT HASAN MINHAJ

REPRESENTING TEAM TURN AROUNDAND RELATIVELY SENIOR

CORRESPONDENT JORDANKLEPPER FROM --

>> TEAM ONE DIRECTION.

>> Jon: REALLY? ONE DIRECTION.

ARE YOU SURE THAT'S THE NAME YOUWANT TO --

>> YEAH. JON, CLEARLY I'M ON THERIGHT SIDE OF THIS PIG THING.

DO YOU KNOW HOW MANY TEENAGEGIRLS HIGH FIVED ME ON THE WAY

TO WORK? NICE.

>> Jon: ALRIGHT, WE'RE GOING TOSTART WITH YOU, HASAN.

HASAN, FIRST OF ALL WELCOME TOTHE SHOW.

WE'RE AWFULLY EXCITED TO HAVEYOU.

[APPLAUSE]LET ME ASK YOU FIRST.

WHY ARE YOU AGAINST THE USE OFGESTATION CRATES?

>> THANK YOU, JON.

YOU KNOW, JON, FARM ANIMALS GIVETHEIR LIVES TO GIVE US

SUSTENANCE.

AND IN RETURN DO WE NOT OWE ITTO THEM TO MAKE THEIR TIME ON

EARTH HOWEVER BRIEF IT IS ASDIGNIFIED AS POSSIBLE.

FOR WHEN WE BRUTALIZE THEHELPLESS CREATURES WHO DEPEND ON

US AREN'T WE BRUTALIZINGOUR OWN SOULS?

>> Jon: OH MY GOD, THATWAS BEAUTIFUL.

THANK YOU SO MUCH, HASAN. YOURTURN, JORDAN.

>> I DON'T THINK PIGS SHOULDTURN AROUND.

[LAUGHTER] I DON'T LIKE IT.

>> Jon: DO YOU WANT TOELABORATE ON THAT?

>> A BIT MORE?SURE, JON.

THEY SHOULD BE FACING FORWARD.

MAKE SURE THEY CAN'T MOVE.

PIGS ARE FINE CLAMPED RIGHT INTHERE.

>> Jon: HASAN.

>> IS THIS HOW THE DEBATESUSUALLY GO?

>> Jon: I DON'T, I DON'T KNOW.

>> IT'S MY FIRST DAY.[BLEEP]. OKAY. OKAY, LET'S SEE.

I HAVE, I'VE GOT BIBLE VERSEHERE.

I'VE GOT POETRY FROM COLLEGE.

OKAY.

OKAY, HERE WE GO.>> YOU KNOW, I GOT ONE.

>> NO, NO.

THE GREAT PHILOSOPHER IMMANUELKANT.

>> OKAY, HERE'S WHAT I GOT.

WHEN I EAT BACON I WANT TOKNOW IT'S BEEN FACING FORWARD.

THAT'S WHERE THE FLAVOR COMESFROM.

>> Jon: REALLY? YOU CAN TASTETHE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PORK

RAISED IN CRATES WHERE THEYCAN'T MOVE AND PORK

RAISED MORE HUMANELY. YOUCAN TASTE THAT?

>> OKAY, PROBABLY NOT.

I JUST DON'T LIKE PIGS FACINGDIFFERENT DIRECTIONS.

THEY SHOULDN'T MOVE. IT'S A GUT THING.

[LAUGHTER]>> Jon: FINAL THOUGHTS HASAN.

>> I DON'T EVEN, OKAY.

I JUST WANT EVERYBODY TO KNOWTHAT HISTORY WILL JUDGE US BY

HOW WE TREAT THE CREATURES WHOSERVE US.

>> Jon: THAT'S BEAUTIFUL.

JORDAN, DO YOU HAVE SOMETHINGYOU WANT TO CLOSE WITH?

[APPLAUSE]NO, THAT'S NICE, THAT'S NICE.

JORDAN, WHY DON'T YOU TRY ONE?

>> PIGS SHOULDN'T TURN AROUND.

IT'S LIKE FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS.

EYES FRONT, CLOGGED HEARTS,CAN'T MOVE.

>> Jon: HASAN MINHAJ AND JORDANKLEPPER EVERYBODY.

[APPLAUSE]

>> Jon: WELECOME BACK.

WHEN A NEWS STORY FALLS THROUGHTHE CRACKS,

LEWIS BLACK CATCHES IT IN ASEGMENT WE CALL BACK IN BLACK.

♪ >> NEXT WEEK IS MY FAVORITE DAY

OF THE YEAR.

BLACK FRIDAY.

TRAMPLE A GUY ON A TUESDAYAFTERNOON YOU GET CHARGED WITH

ASSAULT BUT DO IT AT A WAL-MARTON A BLACK FRIDAY YOU GET A PS4.

BUT THIS YEAR, SOMETHING ABOUTBLACK FRIDAY IS TWISTING

EVERYONE'S PANTIES.

>> BLACK FRIDAY ITSELF ISTURNING INTO AN ENTIRE SEASON.

>> DO I HOPE BLACK FRIDAY ENDS?

ABSOLUTELY. I CAN'TSTAND THAT DAY.

>> THE EVENT IS BECOMING SOLONG.

>> STARTING BLACK FRIDAY ONTHANKSGIVING SHOULD BE ILLEGAL.

>> BLACK WEDNESDAY.

>> GRAY THURSDAY.

>> SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY.

>> CYBER MONDAY IS THEWORST THING I EVER HEARD.

>> WE MIGHT AS WELL CALL ITBLACK NOVEMBER.

>> WHAT THE HELL ARE YOUCOMPLAINING ABOUT?

OH NO, NOW BLENDERS ON SALE FORA WHOLE MONTH!

GOD, WHY HAVE THOU FORSAKEN US?

NOBODY'S FORCING YOU TO BUYANYTHING.

YOU CAN SHOP, YOU CAN NOT SHOP.

YOU CAN DO WHAT WE JEWS DO ANDWAIT UNTIL THE DAY AFTER

CHRISTMAS WHEN THEY'REPRACTICALLY GIVING [BLEEP] AWAY.

BUT THERE IS ONE GROUP OF PEOPLEWHO SHOULD BE COMPLAINING.

>> WHAT ABOUT THE WORKERS ATTHESE STORES?

>> YEAH, WHEN EXACTLY DO THEYGET TO CELEBRATE THANKSGIVING

WITH THEIR FAMILIES?

>> WORKERS ARE UPSET.

>> FORCED TO WORK.

>> THEY KEEP SAYING THAT THEYCARE ABOUT THEIR ASSOCIATES.

THAT'S NOT THE CASE.

>> THE DAUGHTER OF A K MARTEMPLOYEE ASKING K MART TO CHANGE

THEIR THANKSGIVING HOURS SO HERMOM CAN SPEND THE DAY AT HOME

WITH HER FAMILY.

>> I THINK WE SHOULD ALL HAVETHE ABILITY TO SAY I DON'T WANT

TO WORK THANKSGIVING.

>> WELL PERSONALLY, I'D MUCHRATHER SPEND THANKSGIVING AT

K MART HELPING THE FAT GUY SHOVEHIS WAY INTO A PAIR OF

CROCS BEATS LISTENING TO MYNEPHEW EXPLAIN AGAIN HOW

HE'S ALLERGIC TO BEETS. NOYOU'RE NOT, MATTHEW.

YOU JUST DON'T LIKE THEM. NOBODYDOES.

BUT YOU'RE GOING TO [BLEEP] EATTHEM.

BUT IF THIS LADY WANTS TO SPENDTHANKSGIVING WITH HER FAMILY,

WHO CAN BLAME HER? TURNS OUTEVERYBODY.

>> THEY SHOULD BE HAPPY THATTHEY HAVE A JOB TO WORK AT.

>> WHAT'S WRONG WITH ALITTLE CAPITALISM?

>> IF KMART WANTS TO OPEN UP ONTHANKSGIVING, LET THEM OPEN UP

ON THANKSGIVING.

>> RICHARD WRITES TO US, HE SAYSYOU GOT TO BE KIDDING ME LADY.

JUST GO TO WORK.

YOU CAN CELEBRATE BY EATING ATURKEY SANDWICH WHILE ON BREAK.

SURE.

THANKSGIVING IS JUST AS GOODEATING A COLD SANDWICH ALONE IN

THE BACK OF A K MART.

YOU DON'T EVEN NEED CRANBERRYSAUCE, YOU CAN SEASON IT WITH

YOUR TEARS.

BUT THIS YEAR IT'S NOT JUSTEMPLOYEES GETTING SCREWED INTO

WORKING ON THANKSGIVING, IT'STHE STORES TOO.

>> STORES AT THE WALDEN GALLERIAHAVE A TOUGH CHOICE THIS YEAR.

OPEN ON THANKSGIVING OR POSSIBLYPAY A LOT OF MONEY IN FINES AND

PENALTIES.

>> YOU'RE TAXING STORES FOROBSERVING THANKGIVING.

THAT'S THE MOST ANTI-AMERICANTHING I EVER HEARD.

IT'S LIKE SHARIA LAW FORCAPITALISM.

WHY DON'T YOU JUST KICK GEORGEWASHINGTON IN THE NUTS>

BUT IF NO ONE CARES WHEN STORESFORCE EMPLOYEES TO WORK ON

THANKSGIVING, WHO IS GOING TOSHED A TEAR WHEN MALLS FORCE

STORES TO STAY OPEN.

>> THE MALL IN UPSTATE NEW YORKIS STRONG ARMING ITS RETAILERS

INTO OPENING ON THANKSGIVING.

SO MUCH FOR THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT.

>> SO, LET ME GET THIS STRAIGHT.

YOU CAN'T MAKE A STORE OPEN ONTHANKSGIVING.

IT'S JUST A POOR HELPLESSCORPORATION.

BUT PEOPLE?

PUNCH IN AND SHUT THE [BLEEP]UP.

YOU CAN SEE YOUR FAMILY INJANUARY.

JON.

>> Jon: THANK YOU, LEWIS.

LEWIS BLACK. WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK.

>> Jon: WELCOME BACK,MY GUEST TONIGHT,

GOT A NEW FILM OUT CALLED"INTERSTELLAR."

>> WILL YOU SPEND THE NIGHT?

YOUR ROOM IS EXACTLY AS YOULEFT IT.

IT'S READY JUST TO -->> I NEED TO GET BACK.

>> MY SEWING MACHINE IS INTHERE, BUT HERE'S PLENTY OF --

>> I NEED TO -- TOOMANY MEMORIES.

>> THE DUST.

>> THE DUST.

>> LOIS, I HAVE A FRIEND WHOCOULD LOOK AT HIS LUNGS.

>> Jon: COVER YOUR MOUTH, BOY!

PLEASE WELCOME BACK TO THEPROGRAM, JESSICA CHASTAIN.

[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] HOW ARE YOU?

>> I'M GOOD. HOW ARE YOU?

>> Jon: IT'S GREAT TO SEE YOUAGAIN.

>> GOOD TO SEE YOU.

>> Jon: YOU'RE A BUSY PERSON.

>> OH MY GOSH. I'M SO BUSY.

>> Jon: IT'S CRAZY BUSY.

>> YES.

BUT I'M REALLY HAPPY.

>> Jon: IT'S GOOD, RIGHT. AGENTLEMAN IN THE AUDIENCE ASKED

ME EARLIER, I THOUGHT THISWAS INTERESTING, HE SAID,

YOU'RE DOING PRETTY GOOD FORYOURSELF.

WHY DO YOU KEEP WORKING LIKETHIS?

AND YOU KNOW HOW NORMALLY YOU'RELIKE JUST DOING A WARM UP, YOUR

LIKE HEY, I WAS BORN INNOVEMBER, HOW YOU DOING AND ALL

THAT [BLEEP] AND THENSOMEBODY JUST CUTS YOU.

>> YEAH.

>> LIKE TO THE QUICK.

AND YOU'RE LIKE I DON'T KNOW WHYI DO THAT.

>> SOMEONE SAID TO ME RECENTLY,THEY SAID YOU'RE WORKING

SO MUCH, I'M WONDERING WHERE ISTHE TENDERNESS IN YOUR LIFE?

I WAS LIKE OH MY GOSH.

>> Jon: WHERE IS THETENDERNESS IN YOUR LIFE.

>> YES.

>> Jon: WAS THIS A KINDLY OLDGRANDMOTHER WHO SAID THIS?

>> IT WAS A KINDLY FRENCHMAN. HEHAD A FRENCH ACCENT.

WHERE IS THE TENDERNESS IN YOURLIFE?

>> Jon: SEE HERE'S WHAT I WONDERABOUT THIS, SO HERE'S A GUY WHO

PROBABLY DOESN'T WORK THAT MUCHSO HE'S PROBABLY

TRYING TO MAKE IT SEEM WHAT HEDOES IS COOL AND WHAT YOU DO IS

NOT COOL SO HE'S LIKE WHY DON'TYOU JUST SIT AND DRINK COFFEE

ALL DAY.

>> YEAH. RIGHT. AND SPRAYPERFUME.

>> Jon: EXACTLY.

>> AND, YOU KNOW, WATCH THESUNSET.

>> Jon: WHERE, NOW HAVE YOUSPENT A GOOD DEAL OF TIME,

YOU'VE SPENT A GOOD DEAL OF TIMEIN EUROPE, YES?

>> I LOVE EUROPE, YES.

>> IT'S PRETTY -->> AND YOU JUST WENT TO ITALY,

TO ROME.

>> Jon: I WENT TO ITALY LASTYEAR, I WENT TO ROME AND IT WAS

BEAUTIFUL. I HAD NEVER BEEN.

HAVE YOU EVER BEEN.

I TRAVELED A LOT IN NEW JERSEY.

>> I'M SORRY, AFTER WATCHINGTHAT SEGMENT, I'M SO UPSET.

>> Jon: ISN'T THAT CRAZY?

>> I'M VEGAN TOO.

>> Jon: ARE YOU REALLY VEGAN?

[CROWD CHEERING]NOW TALK TO ME ABOUT THAT.

>> YEAH.

>> Jon: BECAUSE THAT'S A MOVE IDON'T KNOW I CAN,

HERE'S MY PROBLEM.>> OKAY.

>> Jon: I KNOW IT'S BAD.

I KNOW THAT THE TREATMENT ISWRONG BUT MY GOD.

>> YOU LOVE THE BACON.

>> Jon: AND CHEESE BURGERS. IT'SVERY --

SO WHAT DO I DO?

>> OKAY, I DON'T NECESSARILYTHINK.

I DON'T THINK EATING MEAT ISWRONG. I UNDERSTAND, YOU KNOW,

SOME PEOPLE EAT MEAT AND THAT'SFINE FOR THEM.

>> Jon: RIGHT.

>> I THINK PUTTING ANIMALSIN CAGES WHERE THEY CAN'T TURN

AROUND. WHAT HAPPENSIF YOU HAVE AN ITCH?

YOU CAN'T SCRATCH AN ITCH, YOUKNOW.

I MEAN, EVERYTHING ABOUT IT ISTERRIBLE?

>> Jon: DO YOU KNOW WHAT IWOULD SAY TO THAT PIG.

>> WHAT?

>> Jon: WHERE IS THE TENDERNESSIN THAT PIG'S LIFE?

>> WHERE IS THE TENDERNESS?

>> Jon: WHERE IS THETENDERNESS? BUT IT IS, YOU KNOW,

IT'S FUNNY, I WAS TALKING TOA GENTLEMAN EARLIER ABOUT THIS

EXACT ISSUE AND HE SEEMS TO FEELLIKE HE PREFERS HIS PIGS TO FACE

IN ONE DIRECTION.

>> I SAW THAT.

I THINK WE SHOULD PUT HIM INONE OF THOSE CRATES.

>> Jon: BUT IT IS, DO YOU KNOWWHAT I THINK IT IS?

PEOPLE YOU'RE NOT AWARE.>> YEAH.

>> Jon: THERE MUST BE A WAY TOBALANCE THIS ISSUE WITH

AGRICULTURE, WITH THE WAYTHAT WE EAT IN A WAY

THAT'S HEALTHIER NOT JUST FOROURSELVES BUT THE ENTIRE --

THERE MUST BE.

>> THERE MUST.

I MEAN, WE JUST HAVE TO HONOR,YOU KNOW.

WHEN YOU'RE EATING FOODSOMETIMES YOU DON'T THINK

OF WHAT'S THE HISTORY WHERETHAT FOOD CAME FROM.

>> Jon: RIGHT.

>> AND WHAT WERE THE SACRIFICESTHAT WERE MADE TO, YOU KNOW,

GIVE YOU SUSTENANCE.

>> Jon: YEAH, THE SOMETHING.

>> AND REALLY LIKE YOU KNOW FORAN ANIMAL TO GIVE ITS LIFE SO

YOU CAN EAT THAT ONE THING ANDIT'S A BEAUTIFUL THING BUT YOU

HAVE TO HONOR THATANIMAL'S LIFE.

>> Jon: TRY AS MAKE IT -->> NOT TORTURE IT.

>> Jon: NOT TORTURE IT.>> IT'S LIKE WE'RE GOING OUT OF

OUR WAY TO TORTURE THINGS, WHICHI DON'T BELIEVE IN.

>> Jon: RIGHT. IT IS.

YOU ALMOST FEEL LIKE THEY'REDESIGNING SOMETHING LIKE

HOW DO YOU RAISE YOUR PIGS.

WE KEEP, WE SIT ON THEM.

WE JUST SIT ON THEM.>> YEAH.

>> Jon: THEIR WHOLE LIVES.WE JUST SIT ON THEM.

WHY, DOES THAT HELP?

I JUST LIKE THE WAY IT FEELS TOSIT ON THEM, THAT'S ALL.

PIGS ARE SMART TOO AND THEY'RESMARTER THAN DOGS.

>> THEY'RE SMARTER THAN DOGS.

AND I WAS TOLD A PIG IS AS SMARTAS A TWO YEAR OLD AND CAN USE

THE COMPUTER.

A VERY SMALL COMPUTER, BUT YES?

>> Jon: WHAT DO YOU THINK APIG WOULD GOOGLE? WHAT?

[LAUGHTER]>> PROBABLY CHRISTIE'S HOME.

[CROWD CHEERING]

>> Jon: I THINK PIGS WOULD JUSTTAP AWAY.

>> THERE'S HUNDREDS OUTSIDE HISHOUSE.

>> Jon: THIS ONE FARM KEEPSORDERING COPIES OF

"ANIMAL FARM." I DON'T KNOWWHAT'S GOING ON HERE.

JUST CONSTANTLY WANTS TO WATCHANIMAL FARM IT'S RIDICULOUS.

NOW YOUR, THIS "INTERSTELLAR" ISA VERY, IT'S A BEAUTIFULLY

COMPLEX AND VERY INTERESTINGTHING. YOU'RE ACTUALLY --

DO YOU KNOW WHAT, I DON'T WANTTO GIVE AWAY THINGS.

>> OKAY.>> Jon: YOU'RE IN IT.

>> I'M IN IT.

>> Jon: THAT MAY BE AS FAR AS IWANTED TO GO.

>> I PLAY AN ASTROPHYSICIST.

>> Jon: YOU PLAY ANASTROPHYSICIST.

YOU'RE NOT -- CAN I SAY THAT.YOU'RE NOT IN SPACE.

>> I'M NOT IN SPACE.

>> Jon: SHE DOESN'T GO TOSPACE.

>> YES.

>> Jon: AND CAN I SAY ANYTHINGELSE?

THAT'S IT.

>> YOU CAN SAY I MATTHEWMCCONAUGHEY'S DAUGHTER.

>> Jon: SHE PLAYS -- REALLY, ICAN SAY THAT?

>> YOU CAN SAY THAT.

>> Jon: BECAUSE THAT FEELS ALITTLE PLOTTY.

>> DON'T GET ME IN TROUBLE NOWTHAT I'VE JUST SAID IT

>> Jon: OKAY, OKAY, SO SHE'S ANASTROPHYSICIST. SHE DOES NOT

GO TO SPACE. AND SHE'S MATTHEWMCCONAUGHEY'S DAUGHTER.

AND THAT'S THE WHOLE STORY.

>> IT'S SO GOOD THOUGH.>> Jon: IT'S REALLY, YEAH.

>> IT'S LIKE THIS BEAUTIFULSPACE AND ADVENTURE.

AND THE SPECIAL EFFECTS AREUNLIKE ANYTHING YOU'VE EVER

SEEN, AND THERE'S THIS WATERSEQUENCE THAT I COULDN'T

BREATHE BECAUSE IT'S SO INTENSE.

BUT THE MAIN PART OF IT IS ABOUTLOVE AND ABOUT A FATHER AND

DAUGHTER AND ABOUT THE BONDSOF LOVE.

>> Jon: RIGHT. BUT THAT'SWHAT, I LOVE A MOVIE, AND

CHRISTOPHER NOLAN DOES THIS VERYWELL,

I LOVE A MOVIE THAT IS ABOUTSOMETHING.

>> YES.

>> Jon: AN EXPLORATION OFSOMETHING. SOMETHING THAT --

WELL, EXCEPT HE DIDN'T DO THATIN "BATMAN."

>> WHAT?>> Jon: "BATMAN" WAS REALLY

ABOUT JUST A GUY WITH A REALLYDEEP VOICE. "INTERSTELLAR" IS --

YOU'RE GOING TO BE AN ASTRONAUTSOON, RIGHT.

>> YES, IN MY NEXT FILM I'LL BEPLAYING AN ASTRONAUT.

FOR RIDLEY SCOTT FROM THE BOOKCALLED "THE MARTIAN."

I DON'T KNOW IF YOU GUYS HAVEHEARD OF THAT?

>> Jon: HAVE YOU DONE THEWHOLE TRAINING?

DID THEY SPIN YOU AROUND IN THETHING?

>> I WAS AT JPL IN PASADENA LASTWEEK AND I GOT TO SEE --

>> Jon: YES, YES.

>> I MEAN THAT WAS THEUNMANNED STUFF.

I GOT TO SEE CURIOSITY ROVER'STWIN AND ALL THIS AMAZING THINGS

FROM MARS. AND THISWEEK I GET TO GO TO HOUSTON.

>> Jon: AND YOU'RE GOINGTO DO THE THING.

>> I DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY'REGOING TO LET ME DO.

I'M GOING TO TRY AND DOEVERYTHING.

>> Jon: THEY'RE GOING TO TRYTO MAKE YOU THROW UP.

>> I'M ALL ABOUT IT.

>> ALL ASTRONAUT TRAINING IS -->> SPINNING YOU.

>> Jon: THEY SPINYOU AROUND AND THEY JUST GO ARE

YOU GOING TO THROW UP?>> YEAH. THAT'S FINE.

>> Jon: THAT'S THE WHOLETRAINING.

>> I LOVE THAT EVERYONE'SFOCUSED ON SPACE EXPLORATION

RIGHT NOW. I LOVE THAT ALL THESESCIENCE FICTION --

>> Jon: CAN YOU IMAGINE THEYLANDED A COMET.

>> ON A COMET.>> Jon: ON A COMET.

DO YOU KNOW, HERE'S THE CRAZIESTPART ABOUT IT. AND NOBODY

KNOWS THIS, BRUCE WILLISWAS ON THE PROBE.

AND HE, NO BUT LISTEN, SO HE,AND HE --

[APPLAUSE]I'M SORRY TO SAY THIS.

AND HE GAVE HIS LIFE.

>> NO, DON'T SAY THAT.

>> Jon: NO, HE DID. STOP.

LOOK. HE GAVE HIS LIFE TO IT ANDJUST --

♪ I DON'T WANT TO CLOSE MYEYES. ♪

♪ I DON'T WANT TO FALL ASLEEP

♪ CAUSE I MISS YOU BABE AND IDON'T WANT TO MISS A THING ♪

[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]

[LAUGHTER]"INTERSTELLAR" IS -- ALL RIGHT,

I'M SORRY. INTERSTELLAR IT'S INTHE THEATRES RIGHT NOW, RIGHT?

>> RIGHT NOW.

>> Jon: AND THAT IS NOTGIVING ANYTHING AWAY.

>> SEE IT ON IMAX.

>> Jon: WHY NOT? JESSICACHASTAIN, EVERYBODY.

[APPLAUSE]

>> Jon: THAT'S OUR SHOW. JOINUS TOMORROW NIGHT AT 11:00.

HERE IT IS, YOUR MOMENT OF ZEN.

OKLAHOMA GOVERNOR MARY FALLINBOARDING A TANK.

READY TO ROLL RIGHT OVER THISDOOMED NISSAN.

FALLIN'S FAMOUS RIDE AND THISSMASHED UP SACRIFICE ARE PART OF

WILSHIRE GUN'S GRAND OPENINGWEEKEND.

>> AMD THEN WHEN WE STARTEDCRUSHING IT, I COULD HEAR THE

METAL CRUSHING UNDERNEATH.

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