July 30, 2014 - James Franco

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Orlando Bloom throws a punch at Justin Bieber, Allan Sloan discusses corporate tax dodgers, nudity becomes a big hit on reality TV, and James Franco talks "Child of God."

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)

>> Stephen: WELCOME TOTHE REPORT, EVERYBODY,

GOOD TO HAVE YOU WITH US.

(AUDIENCE CHANTING "STEPHEN")

>> Stephen: THANK YOU SOMUCH, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.

THANK YOU SO MUCH.

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)JUST HEARING YOU CHANT LIKE

THAT JUST HEARING YOU CHRANTCHANT LIKE THAT IS I GOT TO

SAY, YOUR CHANTING, YOURADULATION THAT JUST FELT

LIKE A CORK BEING TOSSEDAROUND IN A TYPHOON OF LOVE.

FOLKS IF YOU WATCH THE NEWSYOU KNOW THE CONFLICTS

CONTINUE TO RAGE ALL AROUNDTHE WORLD AN TONIGHT I'M SAD

TO REPORT YET ANOTHERINTERNATIONAL DISPUTE

THAT HAS ERUPTED IN SENSELESSVIOLENCE

>> JUSTIN BIEBER AND ORLANDOBLOOM IN A HEATED ARGUMENT.

THAT IS ACTOR ORLANDO BLOOMARGUING WITH POP STAR JUSTIN

BIEBER.

OVERNIGHT AT A RESTAURANT INIBIZA SPAIN.

A CLUB-GOER TELLING THATBLOOM HAD THROWN A PUNCH AT

BIEBER.

>> Stephen: YES, EARLY REPORTSINDICATE

THAT JUSTIN BIEBER HAD HISFIRST HIT IN YEARS.

THE ROOTS OF THISCONFLICT--

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)>> Stephen: FOLKS, THE ROOTS

OF THIS CONFLICT ARE, OFCOURSE, BYZANTINE AND

ANCIENT.

IN 2012 ORLANDO BLOOM WASMARRIED TO AUSTRALIAN MODEL

MIRANDA KERR, COLLECTIVELYTHEY WERE KNOWN AS MORLANDO

BLUR.

THEN IN NOVEMBER OF 2012KERR WHO HAD LONG BEEN

SUSPECTSED OF BEING ARADICAL BELIEBER WAS SEEN

WITH JUSTIN AFTER A VICTORIASECRET FASHION SHOW.

FROM THE LOOKS OF THISPICTURE, SHE WAS EITHER

CANOODLING WITH ORBABY-SITTING HIM.

FROM THAT MOMENT FROM THATMOMENT JUSTIN BIEBER AND

MIRANDA KERR WERE KNOWN ASMUSTIN KEEBLER.

WELL, NOT LONG AFTER THEFORMATION OF THE MUSTIN

KEEBLER ALLIANCE, MORLANDOBLUR BROKE UP.

GOD KNOWS WHAT THEY ARECALLED NOW, I'M NOT SURE WHO

WHO GOT CUSTODY OF THEORIGINAL NAMES.

OF COURSE AT THE TIME BIEBERHAD HIS OWN BILATERAL

RELATIONSHIP WITH DISNEYHATCHLING SELENA GOMEZ.

THEIR COUPLE NAMEWAS I BELIEVE JELUSTY GOBBLER.

CONFIRM THAT, JUDGES, THATIS CORRECT.

THEN POSSIBLY IN RETALIATIONTO BIEBER'S ALLEGED

AGGRESSION INTO THE DISPUTEDTERRITORY OF MIRANDA KERR'S

FERTILE CRESCENT, IN APRILOF 2014 ORLANDO BLOOM

ESTABLISHED CLOSE TIES WITHSELENA GOMEZ SEEN HERE,

APPARENTLY, AFTER HIS MOMSAID HE HAD TO TAKE HER TO

SEE FROZEN AGAIN.

THEIR COLLECTIVE NAME,SORLENA BLOMEZ,

TENSIONS WERE RUNNING HIGHWHEN LATE LAST NIGHT IN THE

NO MAN'S LAND OF IBIZA JUSTINBIEBER CROSSED INTO HOSTILE

TERRITORY BY WALKING PASTBLOOM'S TABLE.

BLOOM DEPLOYED DEFENSIVEMEASURES WHEN HE REFUSED TO

SHAKE BIEBER'S HAND.

TRAUMATIZED WITNESSES REPORTTHAT BIEBER THEN LAUNCHED A

SHORT RANGE BALLISTIC, SHEWAS GOOD.

SO BLOOM THREW A PUNCH ATHIM.

NOW AS A JOURNALIST IT'S MYJOB TO REPORT ON ATROCITIES

LIKE THIS, BUT TO BE CLEAR IDO NOT CONDONE THIS TYPE OF

VIOLENCE.

BECAUSE BLOOM MISSEDBIEBER'S FACE.

A DEFIANT BIEBER THENRELEASED A STATEMENT, WHAT'S

UP, BITCH, AND FLED THERESTAURANT.

(APPLAUSE)NATION, NATION, I KNOW YOU

ALL JOIN ME IN JOINING POPEFRANCIS IN HIS

ELOQUENT PLEA FOR PEACE IN THEFOAM PITS OF

IBIZA.

>> THAT WAS UNCOOL, JUSTIN.

IN THE WORDS OF EZEKIEL,BROS BEFORE HOES.

>> Stephen: BEAUTIFULLYSAID.

FOLKS, I'VE ALWAYS SAIDTHERE NOTHING MORE AMERICAN

THAN OUR CORPORATIONS.

IT'S RIGHT THERE IN THEIRSLOGANS: AMERICAN RUNS ON

DUNKIN', CHEVROLET, THEHEARTBEAT OF AMERICA, SEARS

WHERE AMERICA SHOPS.

RADIO SHACK WHERE AMERICALOUDLY ASKS WHERE THE

HEARING AID BATTERIES ARE.

(LAUGHTER)AND I JUST HOPE THAT

AMERICA'S CORPORATIONSCANNOT HEAR THE ATTACKS

COMING FROM THE C.E.O. OFSOCIALISM.

>> THERE'S SMALL BUT GROWINGGROUP OF BIG CORPORATIONS

THAT ARE FLEEING THE COUNTRYTO GET OUT OF PAYING TAXES.

WELL, HOLD ON, THEY'RE NOTACTUALLY GOING ANYWHERE,

THEY'RE KEEPING MOST OFTHEIR BUSINESS HERE, THEY'RE

TECHNICALLY RENOUNCING THEIRU.S. CITIZENSHIP.

THEY'RE DECLARING THEIR BASESOMEPLACE ELSE EVEN THOUGH

MOST OF THEIR OPERATIONS AREHERE.

YOU KNOW SOME PEOPLE ARECALLING THESE COMPANIES

CORPORATE DESERTERS.

>> CORPORATE DESERTERS.

SO THEY LIKE DESSERT.

(LAUGHTER)HE'S NOT ONLY ATTACKING

CORPORATE PROFIT, NOW HE'SFAT SHAMING.

FOLKS, WHAT THIS SKINNYBITCH IS TALKING ABOUT--

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)IS A HOT NEW BUSINESS

INNOVATION KNOWN ASINVERSION, WHERE TO ESCAPE

AMERICA'S BRUTAL CORPORATETAX RATE COMPANIES RENOUNCE

THEIR U.S. CITIZENSHIP BYBUYING A FOREIGN SUBSIDIARY

COMPANY AND THEN DECLARINGTHAT ITS U.S. OPERATIONS ARE

OWNED BY ITS NEW FOREIGNSUBSIDIARY, NOT THE OTHER

WAY AROUND.

IT'S LIKE ME ADOPTING ANAFRICAN CHILD, THEN CLAIMING

MYSELF AS HIS DEPENDENT.

(LAUGHTER)I LOVE YOU, DADDY.

THIS STRATEGY ISCALLED-- THE STRATEGY IS

CALLED INVERSION BECAUSEAFTERWARDS THE C.E.O.

CELEBRATES PAYING NO TAXESWITH KEG STANDS.

AND FOLKS, INVERSION IS ALLTHE RAGE THESE DAYS.

FOR INSTANCE, AMERICA'SCHIQUITA CORPORATION HAS

DECIDED TO BE OWN BYFYFFES, A MUCH

SMALLER FRUIT PRODUCER FROMWELL-KNOWN BANANA PRODUCER

IRELAND.

THAT'S WHY BANANAS START OUTGREEN.

I BELIEVE, I BELIEVE THEYARE LEPRECHAUN PENISES.

AND-- (LAUGHTER)

>> Stephen: THAT'S WHAT IBELIEVE.

THAT'S WHAT I BELIEVE.

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)AND FOLKS, CORPORATIONS HAVE

A CLEAR DUTY TO INVERT.

>> THE MANAGEMENT OF THECOMPANY HAS A FIDUCIARY

LEGAL OBLIGATION TO PRODUCEA PROFIT.

AND THEY ARE OBLIGATED TO DOTHAT.

>> THEY OWE IT TO THEIRSHAREHOLDERS TO GET THE

GREATEST PROFIT POSSIBLE.

THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITHIT. INVERSIONS ARE LEGAL,

SIMPLE AS THAT.

>> Stephen: YES, AND IFSOMETHING IS LEGAL, YOU

SHOULD ALWAYS DO IT.

THAT'S WHY I'M GOING TOJAPAN ON MY NEXT VACATION TO

HUNT DOLPHINS.

I'M COMING TO GETYOU, YES I AM, I'M GOING TO

GET YOU.

(LAUGHTER)THEY LOVE IT THEY LIKE IT.

GIVE THEM A LITTLE HEADSTART.

GIVE THEM A HEAD START.

SO, AS THE HEAD OF ACORPORATION MYSELF WITH THE

FIDUCIARY RESPONSIBILITY TOMY SHAREHOLDER, TONIGHT I

REGRETFULLY ANNOUNCE THATTHE COLBERT REPORT

INCORPORATED HAS PURCHASEDAN ALPHORN REPAIR SHOP IN

SWITZERLAND, FOR TAXPURPOSES THIS SHOW WILL NOW

BE KNOWN AS THE COLBERTRIIIICOLAAAA.

AND NO ONE BUT NO ONE CANTELL ME THAT THAT IS

UNAMERICAN.

HERE TO TELL ME THAT THAT ISUNAMERICAN, IS SENIOR EDITOR

AT LARGE AT "FORTUNE"MAGAZINE, AUTHOR OF THE

RECENT ARTICLE POSITIVELYUN-AMERICAN TAX DODGES, ALLAN

SLOAN, ALLAN, THANK YOU SOMUCH FOR BEING HERE.

GOOD TO SEE YOU.

(APPLAUSE)THERE IT IS, POSITIVELY

UNAMERICAN TAX DODGES,"FORTUNE" MAGAZINE.

OKAY, AL, WHAT IS THE BIGDEAL?

THIS IS JUST A CORPORATIONEXERCISING ITS FIDUCIARY

RESPONSIBILITY TO RETURN THEGREATEST PROFIT FOR ITS

INVESTORS.

WHEN DID FORTUNE BECOME ASOCIALIST MAGAZINE.

>> WELL, ACTUALLY WE'RE ACAPITALIST MAGAZINE.

>> Stephen: GOT A FUNNY WAYOF SHOWING IT, AL.

>> WELL, MORE SO THAN THEYARE.

BECAUSE WE ACTUALLY WORRYABOUT THINGS LIKE THE

LONG-TERM FUTURE OF THEUNITED STATES, THE LONG-TERM

FUTURE OF BUSINESS, AND THELONG-TERM FUTURE OF

CORPORATE AMERICA.

AND IF YOU GO AND TALK TOPEOPLE, YOU WILL DISCOVER

PEOPLE ARE ENRAGED BY THIS.

>> Stephen: OKAY, YOU CALLTHIS POSITIVELY UNAMERICAN.

WHY UNAMERICAN.

THESE COMPANIES ARE STILLPATRIOTIC.

BECAUSE WHETHER THEY'REPAYING TAXES OR NOT IN THE

UNITED STATES, I'M SURE THEYWILL STILL USE ALL THEIR

CORPORATE MONEY TO HELPELECT OFFICIALS WHO APPROVE

OF THEIR BEHAVIOR.

(APPLAUSE)>> SO THAT'S VERY TOUCHING.

(LAUGHTER)>> BUT WE HAVE THIS IDEA, OR

I HAVE THIS IDEA THAT TO BEAMERICAN YOU SHOULD ACT LIKE

A CITIZEN.

YOU SHOULDN'T JUST TAKESTUFF FROM THE COUNTRY,

WHICH THESE COMPANIES HAVEDONE, THEN DECIDE YOU DON'T

WANT TO PAY FOR IT, BUT BYTHE WAY WE'RE ACTUALLY ALL

GOING TO STAY HERE.

WE'LL JUST PAY A LOT LESSTHAN WE USED TO, OR MAYBE

NOTHING, BUT WE'LL HAVE ALLTHE BENEFITS OF BEING HERE.

IN THE LAST PRESIDENTIALELECTION, PEOPLE TALKED

ABOUT MAKERS AND TAKERS.

BUT I GUESS BEING A TAKER ISOKAY, IF YOU HAVE THE RIGHT

SET OF LAWYERS AND CANNOTPAY TAXES IN THE UNITED

STATES.

(APPLAUSE)>> Stephen: YOU RECENTLY

TESTIFIED BEFORE CONGRESSABOUT THIS ISSUE.

AND YOU HAVE SAID THATCONGRESS CAN DO SOMETHING

ABOUT THESE INVERSIONS.

IS THAT YOUR WAY OF SAYINGTHAT NOTHING CAN BE DONE

ABOUT THESE INVERSIONS?

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)>> SOMETHING CAN BE DONE.

THE QUESTION IS WHETHERSOMETHING WILL BE DONE IS

ANOTHER QUESTION.

AND PART OF THE PROBLEM, IHAVE TO SAY, IS THAT THE

REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS,MANY OF WHOM ARE NOT

ACTUALLY BAD PEOPLE, WERESORT OF TALKING TO EACH

OTHER AND SUDDENLY PRESIDENTOBAMA, I HAVE TO SAY, TAKING

LINES THAT WE HAD AND NOTPAYING ANY ROYALTY, HE

TURNED IT INTO A BIGPOLITICAL ISSUE.

SO NOW YOU HAVE TO WONDER IFANY REPUBLICAN CAN ACTUALLY

DO THIS.

>> Stephen: OH, BECAUSEOBAMA GOT HIS OBAMANESS ON

IT.

THEY GOT TO HOSE THAT THINGOFF AND GET IT BACK TO

CONGRESS.

WELL, ALLAN, THANK YOU SOMUCH FOR JOINING ME.

"FORTUNE" MAGAZINE'S SENIOREDITOR AT LARGE, ALLAN

SLOAN.

WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK,EVERYBODY.

THANK YOU.

(APPLAUSE)WELCOME BACK, EVERYBODY,

THANKS SO MUCH.

NATION, YOU KNOW THEYSAY-- THEY SAY THAT WE ARE

LIVING IN A NEW GOLDEN AGEOF TELEVISION, FROM THE

CINEMATIC PRODUCTION VALUESOF GAME OF THRONES TO THE

POWERFUL PORTRAYALS ON MADMEN TO ABC'S GRITTY LOOK

INSIDE WHITE SLAVERY RINGSON THE BACHELOR.

BUT THE HOTTEST TREND ISNUDITY ON REALITY TV.

LIKE DISCOVERY'S NAKED ANDAFRAID.

WHICH PERFECTLY DESCRIBESTHE WAY I WATCH IT. ON THE

SHOW TWO STRANGERS AREFORCED TO SURVIVE IN THE

WILDERNESS WITH NO FOOD, NOWATER AND NO CLOTHES.

IT SIMULATES THE VERY REALEXPERIENCE OF BEING LOST IN

THE WOODS, SURROUNDED BYVOYEURS WHO REFUSE TO HELP

YOU.

BEING NAKED PUSHESPARTICIPANTS TO TRULY OPEN

UP ABOUT HOW NAKED THEY ARE.

>> BEING NAKED ON THISCHALLENGE IS NOT A PROBLEM.

I'M COMFORTABLE IN MY OWNSKIN.

>> MY BIGGEST CONCERN ISTHAT I BURN EASY AND I DON'T

WANT MY PERSONAL PRIVATEPARTS TO GET FRIED AND

BURNED.

>> SADLY LATER IN THE SAMEEPISODE HIS PERSONAL PRIVATE

PARTS SUFFERED A SEVEREBLURRING.

>> THEN THERE'S VH1'S DATINGNAKED WHICH I ALSO BELIEVE

WAS THE ORIGINAL TITLE OFGIRLS.

DATING NAKED TAKES THETRADITIONAL DATING SHOW

FORMAT AND ASKS THE ETERNALQUESTION, IS THERE ANYTHING

THAT COULD GET PEOPLE TOWATCH VH1?

THE ANSWER: BOOBIES.

>> THIS IS A RADICAL DATINGEXPERIENCE BUT IT WILL ALLOW

TO YOU DATE IN THE MOSTHONEST WAY POSSIBLE.

>> I DIDN'T EVEN GET TO BUYYOU A DRINK YET.

>> I FELT AN INSTANTCONNECTION WITH HIM AND I

THINK HE FELT IT TOO.

>> Stephen: SHE THINKS SO,SHE'S NOT SURE.

IF ONLY THERE WAS SOME WAY ANAKED MAN COULD INDICATE HE

WAS INTERESTED IN A WOMAN.

(APPLAUSE)MAYBE RUN THE OLD FLAG UP

THE OLD POLE THERE.

BUT MY FAVORITE NUDE REALITYSHOW OF ALL IS TLC'S BUYING

NAKED IN WHICH NUDIST GOESHOUSE HUNTING WITH A FULLY

CLOTHED BROKER.

>> WE'VE BEEN LOOKING FORHOUSES IN NUDIST COMMUNITIES.

WE HOPE TO FIND ONE.

>> WHO IS THIS FINE LADYHERE.

>> THIS IS ALEX.

HE WILL TAKE VERY GOOD CAREOF YOU TODAY.

HERE IS ALL THE INFORMATIONABOUT THE PROPERTY, GUYS.

>> THANK YOU.

>> OH, HERE-- HE'S A BIT OFA FIXER-UPPER BUT HE DOES

PROVIDE A BEAUTIFUL VIEW OUTTHE BACK DOOR.

BECAUSE NAKED TV IS SUCH AHUGE HIT I BELIEVE IT'S ONLY

A MATTER OF TIME UNTIL ALLTV IS NAKED.

PERSONALLY I LOOK FORWARD TOICE ROAD NAKED.

NAKED COSMOS AND FOX NUDESUNDAY.

WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK.

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)>> Stephen: MY GUEST TONIGHT

HAS STARRED IN SUCH FILMS AT127 HOURS, MILK AND SPRING

BREAKERS. I'LL ASK HIM WHEN HESTARTED

BEING TYPE CAST AS A GOODACTOR.

PLEASE WELCOME JAMES FRANCO.

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)JAMES, GOOD TO SEE YOU AGAIN,

HOW ARE YOU.

>> GREAT.

>> Stephen: NICE TO SEE YOU.

IT'S ALWAYS NICE.

IT'S ALWAYS REALLY NICE TOHAVE YOU HERE.

>> I LOVE BEING HERE WELL,JAMES, YOU'RE AN ACADEMY

AWARD NOMINATED ACTOR,DIRECTOR.

POET, AUTHOR, PHOTOGRAPHER,PAINTER, CONCEPTUAL ARTIST.

TEACHER.

>> WE'RE SO MUCH ALIKE.

>> YEAH

>> RENAISSANCE MEN.

>> YEAH.

>> Stephen: NOW YOU'RECURRENTLY A Ph.D CANDIDATE

AT YALE, CORRECT?

>> YES.

>> Stephen: WHAT ARE YOUGOING TO DO ONCE YOU GET

YOUR Ph.D AND ARE YOUDR. JAMES FRANCO.

ARE YOU GOING TO GO BACK TOGENERAL HOSPITAL?

(LAUGHTER)>> I WOULD BE A DOCTOR OF

ENGLISH BUT-- BUT I STILLMIGHT GO BACK TO GENERAL

HOSPITAL.

>> Stephen: YOU COULDDIAGNOSE PEOPLE'S DIARIES,

CORRECT THEIR GRAMMAR.

>> IS THERE A FORM OF -->> I WILL TEACH BUT I'M

ALREADY TEACHING BUT IT WON'TREALLY CHANGE, IT ACTUALLY

WON'T CHANGE THAT MUCH OTHERTHAN I COULD BE TENURED AT

A UNIVERSITY.

BUT I TEACH AT UNC AND UCLAAND CAL ARTS ALREADY SO

THERE'S NOT MUCH MORETEACHING I CAN KIND OF

MANAGE.

>> YOU KNOW, BUDDY, DO YOUHAVE-- .

>> Stephen: WHAT -->> WHAT DO YOU TEACH.

>> Stephen: I TEACH THENATION.

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)

(AUDIENCE CHANTS "STEPHEN")

>> Stephen: THIS IS WHATWORRIES ME.

DO YOU HAVE TIME, YOU KNOW,FOR A FAMILY LIFE, YOU KNOW,

YOU'RE A GOOD LOOKING GUY,I'M TOLD.

I DONE KNOW, I'M NOT INTOTHAT SCENE BUT I'M TOLD ARE

YOU'RE A GOOD LOOKING GUY, YOU HAVE TO SETTLE DOWN, YOU

ARE SO BUSY, WHEN ARE YOUGOING TO HAVE KIDS CAN, YOU

KNOW, LIFE IS SHORT.

>> I MEAN 40 IS LIKE THEAVERAGE AGE FOR PEOPLE THAT

I KNOW TO HAVE KIDS.

>> YEAH.

>> Stephen: WOW, OKAY.

>> SO I GOT FOUR MORE YEARS.

>> Stephen: BY THE WAY,SPEAKING OF RELATIONSHIPS,

WHERE DO YOU COME DOWN ONTHIS WHOLE BIEBER ORLANDO

BLOOM SITUATION, WHERE DOYOU THINK?

YOU KNOW THOSE GUYS.

>> I'M TEAM BLOOM, I GOT TOSAY.

>> NOW YOU HAVE A NEW MOVIEOUT, AN ADAPTATION OF A CORMAC

McCARTHY NOVEL CALLED "CHILDOF GOD ".

>> YES,.

>> Stephen: TELL THE GOODPEOPLE WHAT THE STORY IS

ABOUT, IT'S A CHEERFULLITTLE TALE

I WOULD SAY THAT THE TITLEITSELF IS IRONIC.

IT'S ABOUT A MAN WHO IS CASTOUT OF CIVILIZED SOCIETY AND

GOES AND LIVES IN THE WOODS.

IN FACT, DEEP DOWN, THERE ISA LINE IN THE BOOK, HE'S A

CHILD OF GOD MUCH LIKE YOUOR ME, PERHAPS.

>> Stephen: AND WHAT DOES HEDO, JAMES.

>> SO HE BECOMES A MURDERERAND HE'S A NECROPHILIAC.

IT'S REALLY AN EXPLORATIONOF WHAT IT IS TO BE HUMAN

AND NEED INTIMACY WITHANOTHER PERSON SO BADLY, AND

THAT IF YOU ARE A PERSON WHOIS INCAPABLE OF DOING THAT

BECAUSE OF-- BECAUSE YOU ARESO STRANGE OR YOU ARE AN

OUTSIDER.

>> Stephen: BECAUSE YOU ARESO BUSY TEACHING AND DOING

MOVIES AND BOOKS AND THATKIND OF THING, THAT YOU

CAN'T ACTUALLY ALLOWYOURSELF TO HAVE A

RELATIONSHIP AND GET MARRIEDAND HAVE CHILDREN, THAT

PERHAPS, GO ON.

>> IT NOT A SELF-PORTRAIT OFME.

>> Stephen: REALLY?

LET'S TAKE A LOOK.

WE HAVE A LITTLE CLIP RIGHTHERE,.

>> I'M GOING TO LET YOU MAKETHIS EASY ON YOURSELF.

YOU TELL US WHERE YOU PUTTHEM BODIES SO WE CAN GIVE

THEM A PROPER BURIAL.

AND WE'LL PUT YOU BACK INTHE HOSPITAL, LET YOU TAKE

YOUR CHANCES WITH THE LAW.

>> WHERE'S THEM BODIES,BALLARD.

>> I DON'T KNOW NOTHINGABOUT NO BODIES.

>> (CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)

>> Stephen: THAT IS A FAIRLYDARK TALE.

WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO MAKETHIS.

CAN WE RELATE TO THIS GUY, CANWE RELATE TO THIS GUY

>> YES.

>> Stephen: IF YOU'RE A CHILD OFGOD AS YOU AND I PERHAPS.

>> THAT IS THE POINT.

NOT CONDONE WHAT HE DOES INANY WAY OR TO--

>> Stephen: THAT IS VERY BRAVEOF YOU

>> BUT I THINK IT IS BRAVETO SAY I'M GOING TO TAKE

THIS ON AND I'M GOING TOTAKE THE CHALLENGE THIS GUY

IS DOING SOME OF THE WORSTTHINGS POSSIBLE, AND MAKE A

WATCHABLE MOVIE.

MAKE A MOVIE WHERE THEAUDIENCE IS NOT REPELLED.

>> Stephen: ARE THERE FORMSOF EXPRESSION OR THINGS THAT

YOU HAVEN'T HAD A CHANCE TODO THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO,

MACRAME, EXPERIMENTAL ORTHODONTURE.

>> I HAVE A VERY GOOD LIFEAND GET TO DO WHATEVER I

WANT.

>> Stephen: YOU AREEVERYWHERE, SOMETIMES YOU ARE

PLACES AND YOU DON'TEVEN KNOW IT.

LET ME SHOW YOU MY CHRISTMASCARD THIS YEA, WE TOOK

OF MY FAMILY IN VENICE,THOUGHT IT WOULD BE A NICE

CHRISTMAS CARD.

AFTER WE PRINTED THEM, WEREALIZED THIS, ZOOM IN,

THAT'S FRANCO ON AN AD INTHE BACKGROUND.

(APPLAUSE)YOU'RE THE FRANCO THAT STOLE

CHRISTMAS.

>> THAT'S IT.

>> AS IF I HAD ANY SAY THATMY PICTURE WOULD GO UP IN

SAN MARCO.

>> Stephen: NO EXACTLY, YOUHAVE TO-- TAKE SOME

RESPONSIBILITY FOR WHAT YOUDO TO THE WORLD.

>> WELL, GREAT SEEING YOUAGAIN MAN.

>> WAIT, NO.

>> Stephen: WE GOT TO GO.

>> I ENJOY IT, I ENJOYYOU

>> WE'LL SEE YOU ON THE NEWSHOW.

>> Stephen: WHAT?

>> ARE YOU GOING TO GODEMOCRAT WHEN YOU GO TO THIS

NEW SHOW.

>> Stephen: NOW HERE'S THEINTERESTING THING, I DON'T

KNOW WHAT THE [BLEEP] YOU'RETALKING ABOUT

JAMES FRANCO, CHILD OF GOD.

WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK.

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)>> Stephen: THAT'S IT FOR

THE REPORT, EVERYBODY, GOODNIGHT.

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