Tyler Perry Studios to Host Democratic Debate
-You guys, we have a great show
for you tonight. Henry Golding is here.
-Oh. -Noomi Rapace is here. [ Cheers and applause ] And we have magic
from Dan White. -Ooh. [ Cheers and applause ] -It’s great.
Dan’s been very busy lately. Dan — he keeps getting calls
from one guy saying, [ As Trump ] “Can you make
the impeachment disappear?” It’s amazing.
He doesn’t know who it is. Guys, the 2020 election
is less than a year away, so one year from today,
either Democrats or Republicans will claim that
they’re moving to Canada then just continue
to go about their lives. [ Laughter ] And this is very interesting.
I saw that later this month MSNBC and the Washington Post
are hosting the next Democratic Debate at
Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta. -Ooh.
-And this is cool. Every Democrat
will be played by Tyler Perry. -Really? -Yeah.
-Wow. -I read that President Trump
banished the New York Times And the Washington Post
from the White House, but he still has the apps
on his phone. Which isn’t surprising, considering he’s been married
to Melania for almost 20 years, and he still has Tinder.
-Oh. -It was just a joke. He doesn’t really.
He doesn’t really. Some entertainment news, the big movie opening
this weekend is “Dr. Sleep,” which is based
on a Stephen King novel and a sequel to “The Shining.” Yep, I was
a little confused at first. I thought “Dr. Sleep”
was a biopic about Ben Carson. Then I go, “Oh, no, that’s —
he is a doctor, and he does –” Well, that’s different. Some business news, I saw that Google is buying
Fitbit for $2 billion. -Wow.
-Wow. -It’s not a done deal, yet. Google says it still needs to
work out the next 10,000 steps. -Oh. [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] Come on! -And finally, you guys, I saw that today is
National Saxophone Day. [ Cheers and applause ]
That’s right! November 6th celebrates the birth of the man
who invented the saxophone, so let’s party! ♪♪ ♪♪ Tariq! -Hua! ♪♪ ♪♪ -Thank you. -Ooh! -Yeah! ♪♪ -Jimmy! -Hoo! ♪♪ -Hua! -Aah! Damn, that hurt! Come on, man.
Say “heads up” or something. That thing hit me in the face. -Sir, I’m so sorry.
I’m sorry. -Jeez, look, I just came here with my family to enjoy some topical comedy,
you know? We were excited to hear Henry Golding
talk about his new movie. We were really looking forward
to it, weren’t we? But now, guess I got to get
my nose checked out, so, thanks. -Again, I’m so sorry.
Is there anything I can — Is there anything I can do? -Yeah. You can enjoy this hot sax. ♪♪ ♪♪ -Happy National Saxophone Day,
everyone! We have a great show. Give it up for The Roots! ♪♪ ♪♪ -Oh!
-Aw. -Oh, my goodness.
-Hope he’s okay. -What was that?
-You hit him pretty hard in the nose.
-I didn’t hit him pretty hard. He’s okay, I think.
Is he still there? ♪♪ -Alright, yeah, that’s good.
That’s good. Uh, we — yeah. -Doesn’t seem like
he hurt his nose at all. -He’s too into it
to go to the nurse. -You think
the adrenaline’s flowing so he doesn’t feel the pain. -Ah, once you get that hot sax, you go for it,
you know what I’m saying?