Liam Neeson

  • Aired:  02/26/14
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"Non-Stop" star Liam Neeson questions the American appreciation for tea, and defends New York City's horse and carriage industry. (6:28)

>> Jon: MY GUEST TONIGHT IS ANACTOR.

HIS NEW FILM IS CALLED"NON-STOP."

>> GO, GO, GO!

>> GET THE GUN!

[YELLING]>> NO, NO, NO.

[GRUNTING]>> HELP ME, MAN.

>> LET GO OF HIM.

>> STOP.

>> Jon: DUDE, I HAVE TOTALLYBEEN ON THAT FLIGHT.

THAT IS JET BLUE ALL THE WAY.

PLEASE WELCOME BACK TO THEPROGRAM LIAM NEESON.

[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]♪

[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]>> Jon: YOUNG MAN, HOW ARE

YOU?

>> GOOD, JON, THANK YOU.

>> Jon: HOLY -- HOW LONG INTOTHE FLIGHT --

[LAUGHTER]-- AND WHAT WAS -- WAS THAT A --

WAS THAT A FUEL REQUEST GONEAWRY?

WHAT HAPPENED THERE?

>> THEY SERVED TEA AT THE WRONGTEMPERATURE.

[ LAUGHTER ]YOU AMERICANS, I LOVE THIS

COUNTRY, I'M A CITIZEN, YOU DONOT KNOW HOW TO MAKE TEA.

I SAY CAN I HAVE BOILING WATER.

THEY SAY YOU WANT HOT WATER?

NO, BOILING WATER.

THAT'S WHEN IT STARTS.

>> Jon: I HAVE ALWAYS FOUND IFSOMEONE IS TO GET YOUR TEA ORDER

WRONG YOU SHOULD DRIVE THEIRNOSE BONE INTO THEIR BRAIN.

I HAVE ALWAYS SAID THAT.

THIS FILM SOMEONE HAS TAKEN YOURDAUGHTER AGAIN --

[LAUGHTER]-- BUT THEY'VE TAKEN HER AND SHE

IS ON THIS PLANE.

>> THE ADOPTED ONE.

>> Jon: AND YOU HAVE TO FINDHER ON THE -- I DON'T KNOW WHAT

HAPPENED.

IS THAT REALLY THE STORY?

>> I LOVE THE GUY THAT TELLS YOUNO, I HAVEN'T SEEN YOUR MOVIE.

>> Jon: NO, NO, WHAT I MEANTWAS I HAVEN'T SEEN IT TWICE SO

I'M STILL A LITTLE CONFUSEDABOUT THE DETAILS.

YOU'VE KICKED MORE ASS IN THELAST FIVE YEARS THAN

IT'S A PSYCHOLOGICAL DRAMA,JON.

>> Jon: THANK YOU.

>> IT PAYS A HOMAGE TOHITCHCOCK. IT KEEPS YOU GUESSINGUP TO THE END.

>> Jon: YOU CHOOSE THESEWISELY.

I FIND THEM VERY ENJOYABLE.

THEY ARE SEAT OF THE, YOU KNOW,THEATER, EXCITING.

>> IT'S FUN TO DO, YOU KNOW?

>> Jon: DO THEY BEAT YOU UP INTHIS?

>> A LITTLE BIT.

A LITTLE BIT.

IT'S ALL RIGHT.

>> Jon: YOU KEEP LOOKING TO MYEYES YOUNGER AND I'M VERY

DISTURBED BY THIS.

YOU KNOW WHAT I'M SAYING,YOU SEEM TO BE GETTING FITTER

AND LARGER.

[ LAUGHTER ]>> I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO SAY,

JON.

I'M 61 MAYBE IT'S THE NEW 41.

>> Jon: HOW OLD ARE YOU?

>> 61.

[CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]ALL THAT SOFT IRISH RAIN WHEN IWAS A

KID.

IT'S ALL THAT COW'S MILK.

>> Jon: HERE IS MY GUESS THEYKEEP YOU IN SOME WEIRDFORMALDEHYDE

CRISPER.

BECAUSE THIS -- ARE YOU HAVINGFUN?

>> HAVING A GREAT TIME, YEAH.

>> Jon: THINGS ARE GOODOTHERWISE.

>> I CAN'T COMPLAIN.

EVERYTHING IS GOOD.

I'M A LITTLE BIT PISSED OFF ATOUR ELECTED NEW MAYOR.

>> Jon: DID HE NOT SHOVEL YOURSNOW APPROPRIATELY?

ARE YOU ON THE UPPER EAST SIDE.

>> HE MADE MY KIDS GO TO SCHOOLIN ALL THAT SNOW.

>> Jon: DO YOU REMEMBER THATIN THE SNOW STORM?

>> YEAH.

>> Jon: YOU KNOW WHAT I DID?

I DROVE TO THE SCHOOL AND LETALL THE KIDS OUT.

LET THEM ALL GO.

HE'S UPSET YOU?

>> HE WANTS TO CLOSE THE HORSEAND CARRIAGE INDUSTRY IN NEW

YORK.

THERE WAS A POLL LAST WEEK OVER60% OF NEW YORKERS WANT TO KEEP

THE HORSE CARRIAGE INDUSTRY INCENTRAL PARK.

>> Jon: MAYBE IN THE PARK.

WE LIVE NEXT DOOR TO THEM.

I FEEL BAD FOR THEM ON THESTREETS.

IT SEEMS LIKE THEY AND A LOT OFVAN TRAFFIC DON'T GET ALONG.

>> THE HORSE CARRIAGE INDUSTRYTHEY MADE THE ROADS OF NEW YORK.

I JUST WANT THAT TO REST THERE.

>> Jon: WHAT ARE THE ROADSMADE OUT OF HORSE (bleep)?

WHAT DO YOU MEAN?

CONSTRUCTION MADE THE ROADS.

WHAT IF THEY MOVED IT INTO PARK.

THE HORSES WOULDN'T HAVE TO WALKTHE STREETS?

>> THE ORGANIZATIONS WANT TO PUTOUT THIS -- ALL THIS FALSE

INFORMATION ABOUT HOW THESEHORSES ARE TREATED.

THESE GUYS TREAT THE HORSES LIKETHEIR CHILDREN.

HAVE YOU BEEN IN THE STABLES,JON?

>> Jon: IF DYFS FOUND OUT THEYARE KEEPING THEIR CHILDREN IN 60

SQUARE FOOT STALLS ANDFEEDING

THEM TWICE A DAY BUCKETS OFGRAIN IT'S NOT GOOD PARENTING AS

FAR AS I'M CONCERNED.

YOU FEEL PASSION ABOUT THIS.

I THINK THERE PROBABLY IS.

THE TWO SIDES DO NOT TRUST EACHOTHER AT ALL.

>> HE WON'T EVEN TAKE A MEETINGWITH THE HORSE CARRIAGE

INDUSTRY.

HE IS SUPPOSED TO BEREPRESENTING THE NEW YORK

PEOPLE.

>> Jon: YOU ARE -->> DAMMIT!

>> Jon: IS THIS A JOB YOU'VEDONE?

>> I KNOW A COUPLE OF THE GUYS.

I'VE BEEN IN THE STABLES QUITE AFEW TIMES EATING.

>> Jon: I THINK YOU PULLED MY

WIFE AND I AROUND CENTRAL PARK

ONE DAY.

FROM MY PERSPECTIVE IT DOES NOTSEEM TO BE, AND THIS MIGHT BE ANEMOTIONAL REACTION. APARTICULARLY

FULFILLING LIFE FORAN ANIMAL.

>> IT IS, JON. THEY ARETRAINED FOR THIS IS.

>> Jon: WE DON'T KNOW.

UNLESS IT'S MR. ED WE DON'TKNOW.

THEY MAY LOOK AT YOU AND SAYNEIGH. THEY ARE TRAINED TO DOTHIS.

THEY COULD BE TRAINED TO SIT INA FIELD.

>> STAND UP.

STAND UP.

I'VE HAD ENOUGH.

GIVE ME YOUR NOSE.

>> Jon: "NON-STOP" IS IN THETHEATERS ON FRIDAY BUT I WILL

NOT BE ABLE TO WALK AWAY FROMTHIS.

LIAM NEESON, LADIES ANDGENTLEMEN.

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