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June 29, 2015 - Taylor Schilling

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Conservatives react to Supreme Court rulings on gay marriage and health care, Antonin Scalia has a bad few days, and Taylor Schilling discusses her film "The Overnight." (21:30)

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)

>> Jon: WELCOME TO THE DAILYSHOW.

MY NAME IS JON STEWART.

MY GUEST TONIGHT,EVERYBODY'S BUZZING IN THE

OFFICE TONIGHT.

WE GOT OURSELVES TAYLORSCHILLING.

TAYLOR SCHILLING IS GOING TOJOIN US.

(APPLAUSE)

>> I DON'T EVEN KNOW WHERE TOSTART.

LAST WEEK WAS AMAZING!

ALL RIGHT, WE ALL KNOWCOUNTRY'S BEEN IN A BIT OF A

ROUGH PATCH LATLY.

THE [BLEEP], I BELIEVE IT'SREFERRED TO.

(LAUGHTER)

BUT THEN ALL OF A SUDDEN OUT OFNOWHERE, CONFEDERATE FLAGS START

COMING DOWN, SUPREME COURTDECISIONS SUPPORTING

HEALTH CARE, FAIR HOUSING,MARRIAGE EQUALITY.

IT WAS A DISPLAY--

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)

>> Jon: STUNNING IN ITS-- ITWAS A DISPLAY STUNNING IN

ITS ALACKRITY AND ITSCOMPLETENESSMENT

TRADITIONALLY VICTIMIZEDCOMMUNITIES GRANTED THE

LEGAL DIGNITY THAT HAD BEENDENIED THEM SO MANY YEARS.

TRULY A MOMENT OF JOY, OR,OR, OR--

(LAUGHTER)

TO PUT THAT ANOTHER WAY --

>> TODAY SOME OF THE DARKEST24 HOURS IN OUR NATION'S

HISTORY.

(LAUGHTER)

[AUDIENCE BOOING]

>> Jon: THEY'RE NOT BOOING,THEY'RE SAYING "CRUZ"!

WHY, WHAT-- WHAT IS WRONG,THE DARKEST 24-- WHAT IS

WRONG-- THE INSURANCEEXCHANGES REMAIN OPEN, SIR,

AND COMMITTED SAME-SEXCOUPLES CAN FORM LIFELONG

SOCCIETY-STABILIZING, LIFE-LONGLEGALIZEED BONDS, TRULY

VOLDEMORT HAS RISEN AND THELIVING WILL ENVY THE DEAD --

WHAT IS YOUR WORLDVIEW.

OF COURSE WE NEED NOT TAKESERIOUSLY THE HYPERBOLIC

APOCALYPTIC RANTINGS OF ASITTING UNITED STATES

SENATOR.

LUCKILY FOR SENATOR CRUZ, THEREWERE OTHER SURVIVORS

OF GOOD NEWS-MAGEDDON.

>> IT WAS A HUGE LOSS FORDEMOCRACY.

>> THEY ESSENTIALLY TURNEDTHE U.S. CONSTITUTION ITS HEAD

AND I BELIEVE PUT A NAIL INTHE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS.

>> THERE WILL BE AN EFFORTTO FORCE PEOPLE TO CONFORM.

>> THIS IS REDEFINING AFUNDAMENTAL INSTITUTION.

>> SUPPOSE THREE PEOPLE SAYWE WANT TO BE A MARRIAGE.

WE'RE THREE PEOPLE, AND WELOVE EACH OTHER AND WE WANT

TO BE MARRIAGE.

WHAT'S TO PREVENT THAT UNDERTHIS?

(LAUGHTER)

>> Jon: BECAUSE AREN'T BORNPOLYGAMISTS.

YOU KNOW, I KNEW EVEN WHEN IWAS FIVE I WAS DIFFERENT.

WILE THE OTHER BOYS PLAYEDWITH TRUCKS AND ARMY MEN, I

WAS FIGURING OUT BED SHARINGSCHEDULES WITH MULTIPLE WIVES.

(LAUGHTER)

NOT THAT THERE AREN'TREAL VICTIMS HERE.

>> WHAT HAPPENED TO A FLORISTWHO DOESN'T WANT TO PROVIDE

FLOWERS TO A GAY WEDDING.

>> ARE THEY GOING TO BE FORCEDEITHER OUT OF BUSINESS LIKE

THE FLORIST, THE CATERERS.

>> THE EVANGELICAL FLORISTSAND BAKERS AROUND THE

COUNTRY WHO ARE COERCED -- WHERE DOES IT STOP?

>> Jon: ENOUGH!

I'M SO TIRED OF THIS OLD TROPE,THIS OLD STEREOTYPE ABOUT

ANTI-GAY FLORISTS.

(LAUGHTER)

IT'S ALL WE EVER HEAR ABOUT,ANTI-GAY FLORISTS.

LET ME TELL YOU SOMETHING,ARE SOME FLORISTS ANTI-GAY,

OF COURSE, THERE'S TRUTH INEVERY STEREOTYPE.

JUST LIKE SOME SCOTTSMAN ARESTINGY AND SOME FRENCHMAN

WEAR STRIPED SHIRTS ANDCARRY AROUND LONG BREADS.

BUT NOT-- NOT ALL FLORISTSHATE GAY PEOPLE.

AND IT'S TIME WE ACCEPTTHAT.

THE REALLY ARE WEIRD PART OFTHE CONSERVATIVE REACTION IS

WHEN IT STOPS BEING BEINGWITH THE COURT MAKING THIS

DECISION AND STARTSCRITICIZING THE IDEA OF THE

COURT MAKING ANY DECISION.

>> RICK SANTORUM SAID, TODAYFIVE UNELECTED JUDGES

REDEFINED THE FOUNDATIONALUNIT OF SOCIETY.

>> AND WHAT A CRAZY SYSTEMTO HAVE THE MOST IMPORTANT

ISSUES OF OUR DAY DECIDED BYUNELECTED LAWYERS.

>> FIVE UNELECTEDBLACK-ROBED LAWYERS RULE.

THAT IS NOT THE AMERICA THATOUR FOUNDING FATHERS CREATED.

(LAUGHTER)

>> Jon: THEN WHY DID THEY PUTTHAT ARTICLE IN THE

CONSTITUTION?

SO WHY WOULD--

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)

>> Jon: THIS IS THESTUPIDEST-- THE FOUNDING

FATHERS COME UP WITH THISUNBELIEVABLE IDEA FOR A

COUNTRY, RIGHT, AND SOMEJACK ASS THROWS IN SOMETHING

ABOUT PRO EQUAL BRANCH OFGOVERNMENTS POSSESSES

JUDICIAL REVIEW OVER THELEGISLATION AND THE FOUNDING

FATHERS COME IN THE NEXT DAY,WHO THE [BLEEP] PUT THIS IN

HERE?

WHAT IS THIS?

I TOLD YOU WE HAD ARTICLE 1,2, AND 4, I DON'T KNOW WHAT

3 IS.

I DON'T KNOW WHAT THAT IS.

I DIDN'T WRITE THAT!

WHAT IS WRONG --

EVEN SOME ON THE SUPREMECOURT SEEM SHOCKED THAT

THERE IS A SUPREME COURT.

>> JOHN ROBERTS, QUOTE, THEMAJORITY'S DECISION IS AN

AGO OF WILL, NOT LEGALJUDGEMENT.

THE RIGHT IT ANNOUNCES HASNO BASIS IN THE CONSTITUTION

OR THIS COURT'S PRECEDENT,ADDING, JUST WHO DO WE THINK

WE ARE.

>> Jon: PERHAPS IT'S TIME WEGO BACK TO WHEN A SUPREME

COURT WAS JUST A COURT WITHEXTRA SOUR CREAM.

DID YOU KNOW THAT THAT WASTHE ORIGINAL COURT?

THE ORIGINAL SUPREME COURT.

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)

>> Jon: THE ORIGINAL SUPREMECOURT WAS A COURT WITH EXTRA

SOUR CREAM.

I AM A GOOD HISTORY TEACHER.

AND OF COURSE, JUSTICE ALITO HADTO GET IN HIS ARGUMENTS

AGAINST THE PROGRESS OFHUMANKIND.

>> HERE IS WHAT SKRUS 'TISALITO SAID IN HIS DISSENT.

I ASSUME THAT THOSE WHOCLING TO OLD BELIEFS WILL BE

ABLE TO WHISPER THEIRTHOUGHTS IN THE RESCESSES OF

THEIR HOMES BUT IF THEYREPEAT THOSE VIEWS IN PUBLIC,

THEY WILL RISK BEING LABELEDAS BIGOTS AND TREATED AS

SUCH BY GOVERNMENTS,EMPLOYERS AND SCHOOLS.

>> Jon: RIGHT, OH, YOU MEANTHAT LIKE IT'S A BAD THING.

(LAUGHTER)

NOT FOR NOTHING, I'D STILLLIKE TO BE ABLE TO CALL LADY

SUGAR TITS WITHOUT PEOPLEGOING, YOU KNOW --

HEY, SLOW DOWN THERE UNCLECREEPY, THAT'S YOUR

CARDIOLOGIST. I MEAN, YOU KNOW--WHY CAN'T WE JUST CONTINUE

DISLIKING AND SHUNNING THEPEOPLE WE'VE ALWAYS DISLIKED

AND SHUNNED.

EVERYBODY WAS ALWAYS OKAYWITH IT, BUT THEM.

LOOK, JUSTICES, SENATOR.

YOUR PROBLEM ISN'T JUDICIALACTIVIST OR OVERREACH OR

POLITICALLY CORRECT POLICING.

YOUR PROBLEM HERE ISBALD-FACED OUT IN THE OPEN

COMMON SENSE EXPERIENCE.

THAT'S WHY YOU'RE NOT GOINGTO WIN THE MARRIAGE EQUALITY

FIGHT, THIS.

>> LET'S TALK ABOUT SAME-SEXMARRIAGE.

>> I'M TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE.

>> BUT WHAT DO YOU SAY TO ALESBIAN WHO IS MARRIED OR A

GAY MAN WHO IS MARRIED WHOSAYS, DONALD TRUMP, WHAT IS

TRADITIONAL ABOUT BEINGMARRIED THREE TIMES.

>> WELL, I THEY HAVE A VERYGOOD POINT.

>> Jon: YES, THEY DO.

THAT IS THE POINT.

YOU'RE TO THE GOING TO WINTHE MARRIAGE EQUALITY FIGHT

BECAUSE EVEN A MAN PATHLOGICALLYDISPOSED TO NOT UNDERSTANDING

OTHER PEOPLE'S POINTS OF VIEW,UNLESS IT'S ALSO LABELED TRUMP,

EVEN HE GETS IT.

NOT THAT HE DOESN'T TRY TOSET ASIDE WHAT WENT WRONG

WITH TRADITION IN HISPARTICULAR CASE.

>> BUT YOU KNOW, I HAVE BEENA VERY HARDWORKING PERSON.

MY TWO WIFE APPROXIMATESVERY GOOD.

AND I DON'T BLAME THEM.

>> I BLAME MYSELF BECAUSE MYBUSINESS WAS SO POWERFUL FOR

ME.

>> Jon: HERE'S WHAT I'MTELLING YOU.

I AM FOR TRADITIONALMARRIAGE BUT TO BE FAIR, THE

TRUMP BUSINESS IS HOTTERTHAN ANY WIFE COULD POSSIBLY

BE.

(LAUGHTER)

WOULDN'T YOU [BLEEP] ONE OF MYGOLF COURSES.

I THINK YOU WOULD.

ALL 18 HOLES.

YOU'D COME BACK FOR MORE.

THAT'S A BIRDIE, OH.

BE RIGHT BACK.

>> Jon: WELCOME BACK.

AS WE HAVE SEEN, LAST WEEK, VERYUPSETTING, THE SUPREME COURT

CONSERVATIVE WING, THERE WASONE JUSTICE IN THE PROCESS

SEEMED TO NOT JUSTDISAPPOINT BUT TO ACTUALLY

BREAK.

>> SCALIA SAID WE SHOULDREALLY START CALLING THIS

LAW SCOTUSCARE.

>> THE OPINION SHOWYPROFUNDITIES ARE OFTEN

PROFOUNDLY INCOHERENT.

>> THE SUPREME COURT HASDESCENDED TO THE MYSTICAL

APHORISMS OF THE FORTUNECOOKIEST.

>> CALLING THE COURT'S REASONINGABSURD, INTERPRETIVE JIGGERY

POKERY AND PURE APPLESAUCE.

(LAUGHTER)

>> Jon: YOU KISS YOUR MOTHERWITH THAT MOUTH?

JIGGERY POKERY, APPLESAUCE?

SIR!

LET US NOT SAY THINGS WE CANNEVER TAKE BACK.

(LAUGHTER)

OR EVEN UNDERSTAND.

(LAUGHTER)

IT IS SO INTERESTING.

IF YOU LOOK IN THE OLD MANDICTIONARY THAT SCALIA IS

APPARENTLY USING, THEDEFINITION OF JIGGERY POKERY

IS PURE APPLESAUCE.

AND MANY PEOPLE DON'T KNOWTHIS, PURE APPLESAUCE IS

DEFINED AS SASSAFRAS WHATWON'T BE STOOD FOR.

(LAUGHTER)

WHICH IS DEFINED AS "OOHHH"!

I THINK WE FOUND SCALIA'S TELL.

THE CRANKINESS OF HIS INSULTSRUNS-- DO YOU LIKE THAT?

THE CRANKINESS OF HIS INSULTS--

(LAUGHTER)

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)

I ASSUME HE WOULD RULEIN FAVOR OF FREEDOM OF SPEECH.

(LAUGHTER)

THE CRANKINESS OF SCALIA'SINSULTS RUN INVERSE TO HIS

INTELLECTUAL CONSISTENCY.

HERE IS A SPECIFIC PROBLEMHE HAD WITH THE GAY EQUALITY

RULING.

>> SCALIA SAID TODAY'SDECISION IGNORES THE WILL OF

THE VOTERS TO IMPOSE THEJUDGEMENT OF AN ELITE FEW.

A SELECT, PATRICIAN, HIGHLYUNREPRESENTATIVE PANEL OF

NINE.

>> Jon: BECAUSE UNLIKE THEJUDGES SHOULD NEVER OVERTURN

THE WILL OF THE VOTERS -- IT'SCORE SCALIA PRINCIPLE.

UNLESS THE VOTERS WILL WAS FOROBAMACARE.

WHICH HE WAS NGLAD TO TRY TODESTROY THE DAY BEFORE.

OR IF THE VOTERS WANTED TO LIMITCAMPAIGN FINANCE SPENDING.

THEN HE HAD NO PROBLEM TO TELLPEOPLE TO [BLEEP] OFF AT THAT

TIME.

OR IF THE VOTERS WANT AVOTING RIGHTS ACT AND KEPT

ELECTING CONGRESSES THAT RENEWEDITS ANTI-RACIAL BIAS PROVISIONS,

AGAIN AND AGAIN BY HUGE SUPERMAJORITIES.

THEN NOT ONLY DID SCALIAOVERTURN IT, HE HAD NO PROBLEM

DISMISSING ALL THOSE ELECTEDREPRESENTATIVES MOTIVES FOR

PASSING RACIAL JUSTICELEGISLATION IN THE FIRST PLACE.

>> WHENEVER A SOCIETY ADOPTSARACIAL ENTITLEMENTS, IT IS

VERY DIFFICULT TO GET OUT OFTHEM TO THE NORMAL POLITICAL

PROCESSES.

I'M FAIRLY CONFIDENT IT WILLBE REENACTED IN PERPETUITY.

UNLESS, UNLESS A COURT CANSAY IT DOES NOT COMPORT WITH

THE CONSTITUTION.

>> Jon: UNLESS A COURT SAYSTHAT?

OR THE SELECT PATRITIONHIGHLY UNREPRESENTATIVE

PANEL OF NINE TEARING OURCOUNTRY APART.

OR YOU MUST NOT MEAN --

YOU MUST NOT MEANTHAT COURT, YOU MEAN THE

HEARTLAND 5-4 MAJORITYCONSERVATIVE COURT THAT

STILL TAKES COUNSELLING FROMTHE FOUNDER'S UNDERGROUND

BRAIN JAR FARM.

OH BRAIN OF MADISON ANDJEFFERSON, WHAT DID YOU MEAN

BY EQUAL AGAIN?

HOW ABOUT WHEN SCALIA HANDEDDOWN V GORE WITHOUT

PRECEDENT.

HOW DID HE EXPLAIN THAT TOVOTERS WHO FELT THEIR VOICE

WAS BEING UNCEREMONIOUSLYTAKEN AWAY.

>> GEE, I REALLY DON'T WANTTO GET IN-- THIS IS, GET

OVER IT, IT'S SO OLD BY NOW.

>> Jon: ANYTIME THE PEOPLEAGREE WITH ME THEY SHOULD

HAVE THE FINAL SAY, IT'SCALLED DEMOCRACY.

YOU KNOW WHAT, I FEEL BADFOR SCALIA, I REALLY DO.

HIS MODERN-DAY DIOGENEWANTS EVERYTHING TO GO HIS

WAY ALL THE TIME FOREVER.

THEN WE HAD TO GO AND GIVEHIM ONE OF THE WORST FRIDAYS

IN HIS LIFE.

SO IN A GESTURE OF EMPATHY,WE PRESENT THIS ODE TO ANTONIN

SCALIA AND HIS NO GOOD, VERY BADDAY.

♪ ♪

>> OOH, APPLESAUCE!

OH, JIGGERY POKERY.

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)

>> Jon: WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK

>> Jon: WELCOME BACK.

MY GUEST HAS A NEW FILM OUTCALLED "THE OVERNIGHT," ALSO

THE STAR OF NETFLIX'S "ORANGEIS THE NEW BLACK."

>> THE MICROWAV, IT STOPPEDWORKED YESTERDAY.

SO I'M TRYING TO FIX IT.

>> BY ASSIGNING OUR INMATESWORK DUTY, WE AVOID THE

EXORBITANT COST OF HIRINGOUTSIDE CONTRACTORS.

EVERYBODY CONTRIBUTES TO THECOMMUNITY.

>> WELL, NOT EVERYONE.

SOME PEOPLE TRY TO DESTROYIT.

>> WHAT SEEMS TO BE THEPROBLEM THERE?

>> THE THERMAL FUSE BLEW.

>> YOU CAN FIX THAT BYYOURSELF, HONEY?

>> I SURE CAN.

IF I CONCENTRATE EXTRA HARDWITH MY LADY BRAIN.

>> Jon: LADY BRAIN! PLEASEWELCOME TAYLOR SCHILLING.

HOW ARE YOU?

(APPLAUSE)

WHAT'S HAPPENING?

>> HEY!

>> Jon: LOOK AT YOU.

OH MY GOD, WITH THE BIGSUCCESSES.

>> YOU, ARE YOU SO FUNNY.

>> Jon: I TELL JOKESPROFESSIONALLY.

>> I'M SO EXCITED TO BEHERE.

LACK AT ALL THESE NICEPEOPLE.

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)

>> Jon: NO, LET'S NOT GET CRAZY.

THEY'RE PART OF A LOCALMETHODONE PROGRAM WE'RE

RUNNING.

HOW ARE YOU DOING?

THIS-- YOU THEY, SO I-- NETFLIX.

>> I MEAN--

>> Jon: COME ON!

>> THAT'S ALL I HAVE TO SAYABOUT IT.

>> Jon: THAT'S WHAT ITHOUGHT.

>> COME ON!

>> Jon: I WANT TO CATCH UPON, BUT I AM SO FAR BEHIND,

ARE YOU BEHIND?

>> YES.

I'M VERY FAR BEHIND.

YOU KNOW, I DON'T REALLYWATCH IT.

>> Jon: YOUR SHOW?

>> NO.

DO YOU WATCH--

>> Jon: OH, IT'S VERY GOOD.

>> THANK YOU.

>> Jon: AND BY THE WAY, YOU,VERY GOOD IN IT.

YOU SHOULD WATCH IT.

>> OH, THANKS.

DO YOU WATCH THIS?

AFTER YOU TAPE IT?

>> Jon: NO. THIS SHOW? NO,NO, I FIND THIS SHOW CRAP.

NO.

I DON'T CARE FOR THISPROGRAM.

YOU KNOW WHAT I THINK WOULDHAPPEN IF I WATCHED IT, IT

WOULD BE, IT'S ON LATE ATNIGHT AND THEN I THINK I

WOULD BE LIKE, OH, LOOK ATTHAT OLD, JEWISH HENREY

WINCKLER LOOKING GUY.

THAT GUY REALLY LOOKS LIKEHE MIGHT HAVE HEPATITIS.

AND THEN I WOULD BE NERVOUSAND I WOULD PROBABLY HAVE

TO CALL A DOCTOR OR SOMETHINGLIKE THAT.

NOW THAT IS-- I DID, WHENYOU ARE IN A MOVIE IT'S

DIFFERENT.

BECAUSE YOU KIND OF HAVE TOGO TO THAT.

THEY WOULD LIKE YOU TO GO.

>> YEAH, YOU HAVE TO.

AND I'VE SEEN IT, IT'S NOTLIKE I DON'T-- I DON'T BAN

MYSELF FROM WATCHING IT.

BUT I ALSO SORT OF HAVE THISSENSE OF, LIKE, I'D PERFER TO

BE WATCHING YOUR SHOW, YOU KNOWWHAT I MEAN.

>> Jon: CAN I TELL YOUSOMETHING?

SO MANY AMERICANS AGREE WITHYOU ON THAT, THEY WATCH THIS

SHOW.

>> I DON'T WANT TO SAY IT, IHESITATED TO BRAG ON THIS,

BUT IT'S THE MOST POPULAR SHOWIN AMERICA.

DO YOU REMEMBER AMERICAN IDOL?

>> OF COURSE, I DO.

>> Jon: THAT'S WHAT THIS SHOWIS.

>> JON, YOU WON.

>> Jon: I WON.

>> YOU'RE AMERICAN'S IDOL.

>> Jon: DID YOU THIS FILM,RIGHT, THE DUPLASS BROTHERS.

>> YES.

>> Jon: THOSE TWO GUYS AREMAYBE THE MOST PROLIFIC

COMEDY WRITER/DIRECTOR/ACTORGUYS I THINK I HAVE EVER

SEEN AND ALL THEIR STUFF,TOP-NOTCH.

NOT A DUD IN THE BUNCH.

>> NOT ONE, I DON'T KNOW HOWTHEY DO IT.

>> Jon: HOW DID YOU GETINVOLVED WITH THIS.

>> I DON'T KNOW, I HAVE NOIDEA.

>> Jon: YOU DON'T EVEN WATCHYOUR OWN LIFE.

>> I DON'T KNOW WHAT I AMDOING.

>> Jon: TAYLOR.

>> WHAT DAY IS IT.

>> Jon: ARE YOU GOOD ENOUGH,ARE YOU SMART ENOUGH AND

GOSH DARN IT, PEOPLE LIKEYOU.

THE THING ABOUT THESE TYPESOF SHOWS, WHEN THEY HIT LIKE

LIGHTNING, YOUR LIFE CHANGESOVERNIGHT.

LIKE YOUR LIFE CHANGEDOVERNIGHT, YES?

>> YEAH, I THINK I ACTUALLYTHINK IT HAPPENED

INTENSLEY THE WAY PEOPLEWATCH NETFLIX.

IT ALL COMES OUT AT ONCE.

>> Jon: IT WAS LIKE A WEEKENDAND YOU WERE --

>> IT WAS LIKE, 48 HOURS AND BYTHE FIRST TIME IT HAPPENED

AND EVERYONE WAS JUST LIKE,PIPER!

>> Jon: COULD YOU TRACK THATON YOUR, LIKE CONTACT, DID

YOU SUDDENLY YOUR PHONE --

>> MY CONTACTS?

>> Jon: YOUR CONTACTS ON APHONE.

>> I HAVE CONTACTS ON MYPHONE BUT HOW WOULD-- I

TRACK THE POPULARITY OF THESHOW ON MY CONTACTS, EXPLAIN

THIS TO ME, JON.

>> Jon: THE WEEK BE IT COMESOUT, WHAT WEEKEND, LET'S

REALLY PAINT A PICTURE HERE.

WHAT IS THE WEEKEND.

>> WE COULD SAY LIKE JUNE6th, 2013.

>> Jon: AND ALL OF A SUDDENYOUR BLACKBERRY OR YOUR

BEEPER STARTS TO BUZZ WITHPEOPLE CHECKING IN GOING, I'M

JUST WATCHING YOUR SHOW.

IT'S [BLEEP] AMAZING, THAT ISWHAT I MEAN.

>> YEAH, YEAH, MY CONTACTS,EVERYBODY IN MY CONTACTS

STARTED GETTING REALLYEXCITED.

THAT DID HAPPEN.

>> Jon: I'M SO TECHNICALLYSAVVY.

>> YOU WERE.

(LAUGHTER)

>> MY PAGER WAS BLOWING UP.

>> Jon: YOUR PAGER WASBLOWING UP.

>> BLOWING UP.

>> Jon: YOU DIDN'T HAVE APAGER THEN.

>> PAGERS ARE A LITTLEBEFORE MY TIME BUT I HAD A

CELL PHONE.

>> Jon: HANG ON A SEC, LET MEJUST PULL THAT OUT REAL QUICK.

>> OH, MAN.

(LAUGHTER)

>> Jon: HERE'S THE SAD TRUTH --

PAGERS CAME OUT, I WASALREADY TOO OLD FOR ONE.

PAGERS CAME OUT AND I WASLIKE, I'M 30 YEARS OLD, I'M

NOT A DRUG DEALER.

WHAT DO I NEED A PAGER FOR.

YEAH, THE WHOLE THING.

DID YOU KNOW COMPUTERS ARE AWHOLE DIFFERENT --

>> THEY ARE DIFFERENT.

>> Jon: VERY DIFFERENT.

WE USED TO TYPE.

>> NO.

>> Jon: I DID REPORTS WEWOULD TYPE.

>> WOW.

CLICKITY CLACK.

>> Jon: YUP.

(LAUGHTER)

>> Jon: I'M AWFULLY FOND OFYOU.

ALL RIGHT.

SEASON THREE OF" ORANGE ISTHE NEW BLACK" IS ON NETFLIX.

"THE OVERNIGHT" IS IN THEATERSNOW.

>> YAY!

(LAUGHTER)

I REALLY LIKE THAT MOVIE.

>> Jon: IT'S GOOD. IT'S GREAT.

>> DID YOU SEE IT?

>> Jon: NO.

>> MAYBE, IF YOU GET ACHANCE, IF YOU HAVE A WEEK

OFF.

>> Jon: CAN I TELL YOUSOMETHING, I WILL HAVE

NOTHING BUT TIME PRETTY SOON.

I'M GONNA BE BLING WATCHING THE[BLEEP] OUT OF EVERYTHING.

CATCHING UP ON OLDFLINTSTONES.

TAYLOR SCHILLING, EVERYBODY.

LET HER HERE IT.

>> Jon: THAT'S OUR SHOW.

HERE IT IS, YOUR MOMENT OF ZEN.

>> YOU KNOW HOW THOSE SCALES,OLD-FASHIONED ONES HAVE A

HUNDRED POUND BIG CHUNKS ANDYOU CHUNKED IT OVER TO 150.

>> 110.

>> I'M AROUND AROUND 100,YOU MOVE UP TO 140, 100 --

>> AND GOOD MORNING, WE HAVEAN NBC NEWS SPECIAL REPORT.

WE HAVE BREAKING NEWS COMINGFROM THE U.S. SUPREME COURT.

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