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Graham Norton is a Huge Fan of Seth MacFarlane and Mark Wahlberg

By Genevieve Burgess | Miscellaneous | June 13, 2015 |


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Last night Graham Norton had on Seth MacFarlane, Mark Wahlberg, Cyndi Lauper, and another guest who got so little attention in the clips that I don’t know his name. Because either Graham Norton is the biggest Ted fan that I have yet encountered or he’s very good at pretending to be. Here he is prompting Wahlberg and MacFarlane to sing the “Thunder Buddies” song from the first movie that was supposed to be in Ted 2 but ended up cut.

Then we get into what I’ll call the “stupid human tricks” part of the show. First we have Mark Wahlberg rattling off a list of over 50 names from movies which actually is kind of impressive. I think average human memory holds the capacity for lists of about seven things, so I don’t doubt Wahlberg when he says he studied this for four months.

Finally Graham prompts Seth MacFarlane to sing some of Cyndi Lauper’s hits as his characters with Cyndi Lauper sitting right next to him. And, honestly, if you have Seth MacFarlane on your show, making him do all his ridiculous voices is basically the best way to use him.

And another bonus clip from last week. In this one, Samuel L. Jackson discusses becoming a cheerleader in college in order to meet women. Not just the women on the cheerleading squad, the women at all the other colleges they traveled to with the football team.

Mr.Jackson may never have been on the football team, but he was clearly a varsity level player in other areas.



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