Timothy Olyphant Continues to be a God Among Late-Night Guests
What do you folks want to talk about this morning? The trash fire in Israel, after what appears to be Netanyahu maintaining control of the country? Or white nationalist Stephen Miller taking over the White House immigration policy?
There is a view among some longtime Trump allies that Miller is influential, but the most influential person in the president’s ear is Lou Dobbs, through the TV each night. Trump listens closely to Dobbs, they say, then turns to Miller for related policy responses.— Robert Costa (@costareports) April 10, 2019
Maybe you guys want to dig deep into how horrible and misguided this is:
I am… so tired. pic.twitter.com/IpV8ON8DTT— Sam Herbst (@mrsamherbst) April 8, 2019
Grifter unable to gather why someone in the military might not have wanted to come out as gay while Don’t Ask Don’t Tell was in effect pic.twitter.com/JjRtVyFvp4— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) April 10, 2019
Or maybe this?
Steve Mnuchin telling Maxine Waters how to do her job summarizes what every woman in the workplace has to deal with, especially WOC.— The Volatile Mermaid (@OhNoSheTwitnt) April 10, 2019
Nah. I don’t want to talk about any of that, because for the next 16 minutes of your life, there’s only you, Seth Meyers, and Timothy Olyphant washing those cares away. My God, Olyphant is a terrific guest. If he just jumped back and forth between Seth’s show, and Conan’s show every night for like six months, I’m convinced that the world’s problems would solve themselves. He’s televisual Calgon.
Here’s Olyphant insisting that Seth introduce him as a record-setting guest (he is not a record-setting guest).
Here’s Olyphant talking about legalized weed in California, how his wife brought some home, and how he had to take some before he met with the “batsh*t” Hollywood Foreign Press.
Finally — and don’t ignore this last clip, because it’s the best (and there are callbacks!) — here’s Olyphant talking about how his dog got into his edibles, how he went “method” for Missing Link, and the Deadwood movie, specifically how they got Josh Duhamel to play Seth Bullock this time around (and more about that fuller Bullock mustache).
You feel better now? Because I feel better now.
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