The Daily Show – Samantha Bee’s Goodbye

The Daily Show – Samantha Bee’s Goodbye


WE HAVE BEEN DOWN THIS ROAD A
FEW TIMES THIS YEAR. EACH TIME IT’S NOT EASY. TONIGHT MARKS THE END OF AN ERA,
THE FINAL SHOW OF THE LONGEST SERVING MEMBER OF THE GREATEST
[BLEEP] NEWS TEAM, SAMANTHA BEE. IT ALL STARTED BACK IN 2003 OT
THREE. THE BUSH PRESIDENCY WAS ENTERING
ITS TERRIBLE TWOs. THE IRAQ WAR WAS JUST STARTING. SO WE NEEDED A CORRESPONDENT, WE
LOOKED IN THE USUAL PLACES, YOUR LIQUOR STORES, YOUR BETTING
PARLORS, YOUR METHADONE CLINICS, AND OBVIOUSLY GOOGLE MAPS WAS
IN ITS NASCENT STAGES, AND WE TOOK A WRONG TURN,
WE ENDED UP IN CANADA. (LAUGHTER)
AND WE FOUND THIS, THIS, THIS JUST DELIGHTFUL, INCREDIBLY
FUNNY, PERSON, SAM BEE. SO WE HID HER IN THE TRUNK AND
RACED BACK OVER THE BORDER PURSUED BY MOUNTIES. CANADA HAD NO IDEA WHAT IT WAS
LOSING.>>HAVE YOU HAD A HOT CARL SINCE
YOU’VE BEEN HERE?>>I HAVE NOT. I JUST,
YOU KNOW, THERE’S SO MUCH TO DO, I HAVEN’T GOTTEN TO
DO EVERYTHING YET.>>I COULD TOTALLY SEE IF LONG
ISLAND SECEDED AS ITS OWN STATE.>>WE’RE A TOTALLY DIFFERENT
GROUP OF PEOPLE.>>WHAT STATE COULD YOU BEAT UP?>>IRELAND.>>I DON’T THINK THAT COUNTS.>>OH, STATES, I’M SORRY.>>OTHER STATES.>>I FEEL LIKE A RETARD NOW.>>OTHER STATES NOT IN EUROPE.>>STATEN ISLAND.>>OTHER STATES.>>CANADA?>>CANADA? OKAY.>>NONE OF THESE TOOLS ARE
STERILE.>>OKAY, WELL NEITHER IS THIS.
SO LET’S GO. GET STARTED. CAN I CALL YOU
BACK? MY MOM IS IN MY ROOM, AND SHE WANTS TO TALK TO ME
ABOUT SOMETHING! I’M SAMANTHA BEE AND I WATCH
THE FIVE! IT’S THE TALE OF A WINSOME
BLONDE INGENUE, DANA PARINO. THERE’S GOT TO BE A CATCH! COULD YOU MAKE IT SNAPPY?
I’VE GOT PLACES TO BE. SERIOUSLY OKAY, DRIPPING WET BALLS. IGNORE THIS. BABY’S ON FIRE AGAIN. DAMN IT. YOU TWO TIMING MONSTER — AHHH! I’M THE ONE GETTING FLOWN OUT
OF THIS (BLEEP) POOL! ONE PILL MAKES YOU LARGER AND — LET IT RING!>>WELL I THINK A LOT OF THE
TIME IT FEELS LIKE A THANKLESS JOB. PEOPLE THINK OUR DAY ENDS AT
3:00 AND THAT’S NOT THE CASE. WE FEEL UNAPPRECIATED.>>GIVES MEN BASICALLY INSTANT
ERECTIONS. TAKES A LITTLE BIT OF DOING.>>OH BOY, OKAY, OKAY. HAVE YOU HAD YOUR PICTURE TAKEN
WITH A BLACK PERSON YET?>>WELL, I DON’T THINK SO, BUT I
WOULDN’T MIND DOING IT.>>THAT’S SOMETHING YOU WOULD BE
WILLING TO TRY?>>WHY, CERTAINLY.>>THERE’S PLENTY OF THEM.>>I KNOW.>>DO YOU HAVE ANY OF THEM IN
MONTANA?>>WE DON’T, YOU KNOW. WE DON’T
HAVE ANY. IN FACT, OUR KIDS WERE PRETTY
OLD BEFORE THEY SAW ONE.>>Jon: HERE’S A LITTLE
SOMETHING, SOME DAILY SHOW TRIVIA, OF ALL OF OUR
CORRESPONDENTS SAM IS ONLY THE THIRD CORRESPONDENT
TO EVER GET HER FACE STUCK IN A PENIS PUMP. BUT WHILE SHE COULD ALWAYS DO
THE SILLY, THE SAM PIECES THAT I LOVED THE BEST ARE THE ONES
CLOSEST TO HER HEART.>>SARAH PALIN TOOK THE STAGE
AND SILENCED HER CRITICS. BUT THERE’S ONE ISSUE FOR WHICH
SHE’S STILL BEING UNFAIRLY ATTACKED.>>IT’S VERY INAPPROPRIATE
THAT THE DEMOCRATS HAVE SEIZED ON THE ISSUE OF BRISTOL’S
PREGNANCY.>>I THINK IT’S A FAMILY ISSUE.>>YOU KNOW, SHE’S GOING TO HAVE
THE BABY, SHE’S GOING TO GET MARRIED..>>SHE SAID NO, IT’S A HUMAN
BEING.>>SHE MADE THE — I’M SORRY,
WHAT IS THE DECISION — THE DECISION — THERE’S ANOTHER
WORD I’M LOOKING FOR. I THINK IT RHYMES WITH VOICE. EVERY FAMILY AND EVERY WOMAN
SHOULD HAVE THE RIGHT TO — I’M SORRY, WHAT’S THE WORD I’M
LOOKING FOR? IT’S HER FAMILY, IT’S HER —
GOD, WHAT IS THE WORD? WHAT IS THE WORD
I’M LOOKING FOR? IT’S LIKE WHEN YOU HAVE A LOT
OF OPTIONS, AND YOU HAVE TO SELECT ONE. WHAT’S THE WORD
I’M LOOKING FOR? WHAT IS THE WORD I’M LOOKING
FOR?>>ADOPTION IS ONE.>>NO, THERE’S A SPECIFIC WORD
I’M LOOKING FOR.>>YES, BUT I DON’T THINK THE —
I DON’T THINK THAT THE DECISION — I THINK IT SHOULD
BE — NOT — I THINK THAT THE FAMILY DECISION WOULD BECOME —
THAT’S HOW — YES. OKAY.>>A DIFFERENT CHOICE? CHOICE! YES! EXACTLY! EVERY FAMILY, EVERY PERSON
SHOULD HAVE THE CHOICE TO DECIDE WHAT’S BEST FOR THEM!>>THERE MAY SEE A 10-YEAR-OLD
OUT THERE PICKING TOBACCO BUT YOU WON’T SEE HIM THERE ALL DAY.>>I WORK 12 HOURS A DAY IN THE
TOBACCO FARM.>>OR SOMETIMES A LITTLBE BIT
LONGER.>>OKAY, WOW. YOU’RE MAKING IT
VERY HARD FOR ME TO IRONICALLY SUPPORT
CHILD TOBACCO LABOR. THE PRESIDENT SAYS THAT HE WANTS
US TO TALK ABOUT RACE. SO LET’S TALK ABOUT RACE! YOU GO FIRST.>>I THINK IT WOULD BE GREAT IF
YOU STARTED OFF.>>I DON’T THINK IT WOULD BE
GREAT AT ALL.>>IF YOU’RE SCARED, SAY YOU’RE
SCARED. (LAUGHTER)
>>WHY WOULD I BE SCARED? NO! I’M NOT AT ALL. I’M JUST INCREDIBLY
UNCOMFORTABLE.>>I KNOW THE PERCENTAGE IS SO
SMALL, SO SMALL OF A PERSON BECOMING PREGNANT FROM A RAPE
THAT I JUST DON’T EVEN KNOW IF THAT’S EVEN IN THE EQUATION
BECAUSE THEY SAY THAT PERCENTAGE IS JUST, LIKE, ALMOST
IMPOSSIBLE. NOT IMPOSSIBLE BUT CLOSE, AND
THERE HAVE BEEN SOME CASES.>>YEAH, PROBABLY ABOUT 32,000 A
YEAR.>>IS IT 32? OKAY.
>>THOUSAND.>>YEAH, OKAY.
>>32,000.>>WOMEN IN COMBAT POSITIONS ARE
A THREAT TO MILITARY COHESION. IT’S NOT CLEAR THAT MEN CAN
ACTUALLY BOND WITH WOMEN. MEN JOIN THE INFANTRY BECAUSE
THEY WANT TO FIGHT.>>SORRY, EXCUSE ME FOR ONE
SECOND. OKAY. OKAY, THAT’S MUCH BETTER.
SORRY.>>GIRLS BECOME WOMEN BY GETTING
OLDER. BOYS BECOME MEN BY ACCOMPLISHING
SOMETHING, BY PROVING SOMETHING.>>OKAY. HAVE YOU EVER ACTUALLY MET A
WOMAN BEFORE?>>SEVERAL.>>UM… A WOMAN WHO DID NOT WANT TO
STRANGLE YOU?>>THE REVERSE HAPPENS AS WELL,
WHERE HOMOSEXUALS GO OUT AND FIND STRAIGHTS TO BEAT UP.>>REALLY?>>YEAH.>>ARE YOU SURE ABOUT THAT? HEY! WATCH OUT! I’VE GOT A CHRISTIAN! GUYS! DAMN IT! IT’S LIKE YOU CAN’T EVEN GO ON
THE RADIO ANYMORE AND CONDEMN A WHOLE SUBSET OF PEOPLE TO HELL
WITHOUT GETTING SOME BLOWBACK.>>WHEN YOU PUT IT THAT WAY IT
DOES SOUND RATHER ARROGANT, MYOPIC, NARROW-MINDED AND
BIGOTED.>>GOOD, THEN I’VE DONE MY JOB.>>Jon: PLEASE WELCOME OUR
SENIOR, SENIOR CORRESPONDENT CORRESPONDENT SAMANTHA BEE! (CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)
(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)

Can Spiders Lay Eggs Under My Skin? (feat. @Gus Johnson) – Your Worst Fears Confirmed

Can Spiders Lay Eggs Under My Skin? (feat. @Gus Johnson) – Your Worst Fears Confirmed


Can spiders lay eggs
under your skin? 100%. And here’s now. Spiders lay eggs in soil,
on leaves, and in their web. A spider would never
confuse a human body for one of these environments,
unless that spider was drunk. Yes, some spiders drink alcohol. They confuse it
for stinky water. And your spider has been
living in your recycling, slurping on your discarded IPAs, and now it’s addicted
to the sauce. It crawls out one night,
fiending for booze. You’re passed out, office party,
you’re the boss, but even you need to cut loose
every once in a while. The spider spells the alcohol
emanating from your pores, crawls up your leg, and falls
into a scrape on your knee. You scratched it earlier, when you swore you could do
the Macarena at double speed. This spider is a long-bodied
female cellar spider, which means she transports
her egg sacs between her jaws. Yearning for a taste
of your boozy blood, she opens her mouth
and drops the eggs in your knee. The human body is incredible, and the keratinocytes
in your epidermis proliferate, and seal your knee overnight.
And now, it’s morning, and your legs
are full of spiders. But don’t take it from me, take it from arachnid expert
Gus Johnson. Welcome, Gus. Thank you. Always been
a big fan of the void. Scientists say that it’s a myth that spiders can lay eggs
in your skin. Wrong.
It’s a fact. Spiders will lay eggs
in your skin, and there’s nothing
you can do to stop them. Myth, bodies don’t make
enough oxygen for spider eggs
to survive inside the skin. Fact, it’s your birthday,
you get a gift card to a spa. You don’t normally do this
sort of thing, but why not? Skincare doesn’t have to be
just a girls’ thing. The lady at the spa
recommends you get a facial, and based on your dry skin,
she recommends the oxygen mask. She pumps your face full of O2, and you come home
feeling beautiful for the first time
in your life. You go to bed,
completely relaxed. You sleep through the night,
no scaries. You’re in such deep REM that you
don’t even feel a spider crawl into one of your recently
hydrated pores, and lay her eggs
in your oxygen-rich cheek. Spiders just laid eggs
under your skin. Myth, spider mothers are
very protective of their babies, and would never leave
the eggs unattended. Fact, if a spider
is a teen mom, it’s much more likely
that it will leave her babies, overwhelmed by the
responsibilities of motherhood. Myth, baby spiders’ teeth
are too thin to ever break through
human skin and crawl out. Fact, our nation pumps
our water supply with fluoride. A mother spider falls into a basin
of fluoride-potent water moments before dropping her eggs
into a cut in your skin. That fluoride seeps
into the spider eggs, and the spider children are born
with a full set of human teeth. Let’s say you don’t have
any scratches. Your body is
an immaculate temple. You cover it in lotion
on an hourly basis. But people are jealous. They make fun of you
for being a square, for not taking any risks. You know you shouldn’t let them
get to you, but they do. Desperate to prove
that you’re a wild man, you color your hair green. It’s November,
wolf spider mating season, and wolf spiders are attracted
to the color green. That night,
they swarm your hair, use it as a spider orgy
bacchanal. The males beat
their bellies like drums. The females
lay their eggs everywhere, especially your ears. Come December,
you’re celebrating Christmas with your new family, spiders. Let’s say you live in the one
place uninhabited by spiders, Antarctica. You haven’t seen a spider in
years, much less a human being. Desperate for attention,
you invite a friend to visit. All expenses paid. You can do it,
you’re a scientist and you make
a billion dollars a year. Mm-hmm (affirmative). Your friend arrives,
he’s an ax thrower. Very cool friend, congrats. He wants to impress you, so he
brings you a handcrafted ax, made from the wood
in his forest. You spend the evening happier
than you’ve been in months. You laugh, you reminisce,
you throw the ax around, and nobody gets hurt
because he’s a professional, and you’re a scientist
with laser-like aim. That night, you go to bed
holding the ax close to your chest.
Right as you doze off, out of the ax crawls
a pack of baby wood spiders. They love wood, it’s where
they live, hence the name. But spiders aren’t used to being
in Antarctica, so they’re freezing. Desperate for warmth,
they crawl in all of your holes: face, belly button,
your little butthole. The next morning, you wake up. Turns out, your body
is 80% spiders. So yes, spiders can lay eggs
in your skin. It’s just a matter of
when and how. I’m expert Natasha Vaynblat. And I’m arachnid expert
Gus Johnson. And your worst fear
has been confirmed. How do I get out of here? I’m not sure,
I’ve always been here.

Nathan For You – Exterminator

Nathan For You – Exterminator


AND THE MANAGER
OF BUGS “A” TO “Z,” A PEST-CONTROL COMPANY BASED OUT OF WOODLAND HILLS,
CALIFORNIA, AND HE’S DESPERATE
TO EXPAND HIS BUSINESS BEYOND THE RESIDENTIAL
HOMES HE NORMALLY SERVICES.
– IT’D BE GREAT IF, I MEAN,
WE LAND ANY KIND OF HOTEL WORK.
– JAVIER WANTED A CONTRACT
WITH A MAJOR HOTEL,
AND I HAD THE PERFECT METHOD
TO WIN HIM THAT DEAL. RATHER THAN MAKING IT
LOOK LIKE THE HOTEL HAS AN EXTERMINATOR VISITING,
WHY DON’T YOU INSTEAD MAKE IT LOOK LIKE THE HOTEL
IS WINNING AN AWARD? – RIGHT. – EVERY HOTEL’S GREATEST FEAR IS
HAVING TO HIRE AN EXTERMINATOR, BECAUSE THEIR ARRIVAL
IS BASICALLY AN ANNOUNCEMENT THAT THE HOTEL HAS PESTS, SO IF JAVIER COULD DISGUISE
HIS PURPOSE TO MAKE IT LOOK LIKE HE’S THERE
TO GIVE THE HOTEL AN AWARD, HE’D NOT ONLY DELIGHT GUESTS, BUT SURELY WIN A CONTRACT
WITH THE HOTEL THAT WANTS TO KEEP
THEIR PEST PROBLEM A SECRET. – NOW, HOW–I MEAN,
DO I SHOW UP WITH– I MEAN, I JUST–
I-I–AS FAR AS, I MEAN– – IF CUSTOMERS SEE YOU
COMING IN, THEY’RE ACTUALLY
GONNA BE LIKE, “OH, THIS HOTEL
IS REALLY GOOD,” YOU KNOW, RATHER THAN SEEING
AN EXTERMINATOR AND BEING LIKE,
“OH, THIS HOTEL IS NOT SO GOOD.” – [laughs]
YOU’VE DONE THIS BEFORE. YOU KNOW,
YOU’RE A BUSINESS MAJOR. I MEAN, WHAT’S THE WORST
THAT’S GONNA HAPPEN? – JAVIER WAS ON BOARD
WITH THE CONCEPT. SO, TO SELL THIS TO A HOTEL,
I NEEDED TO SHOW THEM EXACTLY HOW THE SYSTEM
WOULD WORK, SO I HAD ONE OF JAVIER’S
SERVICE VANS REWRAPPED TO LOOK LIKE A DELIVERY VEHICLE
FOR THE HOTEL EXCELLENCE AWARDS, A VERY PRESTIGIOUS ORGANIZATION
THAT I MADE UP. THEN JAVIER AND I WORKED
TO DEVELOP A DISCREET METHOD FOR EXTERMINATING
EVERY ROOM IN A HOTEL. LIKE, SOME SORT OF SECRET…
– A COMPARTMENT OR OR AN OPENING.
– COMPARTMENT THAT OPENS UP. WITH THE SYSTEM NOW IN PLACE,
I GOT PERMISSION FROM THE HISTORIC MAYFAIR HOTEL
TO SHOOT A DEMONSTRATION VIDEO OF OUR METHOD THAT WE COULD THEN
PRESENT TO THEIR MANAGEMENT. IT BEGINS BY ARRIVING
IN OUR COVERT VEHICLE, THEN REMOVING WHAT LOOKS
LIKE A LARGE TROPHY THAT’S BEING AWARDED
TO THE HOTEL. THIS SERVES A DUAL PURPOSE
OF BOTH GETTING OUR EQUIPMENT INSIDE,
AND IMPRESSING GUESTS, AS THEY SEE THAT THEY’RE
CURRENTLY RESIDING IN THE HOTEL WITH THE LEAST AMOUNT
OF BEDBUGS. – WITH THE LEAST BEDBUGS?
– YEAH. – SO IT’S A POSSIBILITY
OF SOME BEING THERE. – WE’RE JUST DELIVERING
THE AWARD, WE DON’T KNOW.
– OH, OKAY. – THEN, WE MAKE OUR WAY
INTO THE PRIVATE BACK OFFICES WHERE WE CAN SAFELY REMOVE
ALL OUR GEAR WITHOUT ANYONE SEEING. ONCE THAT’S DONE,
WE CONVERT OUR AWARDS TABLE INTO A CUSTOM-DESIGNED
MAID CART, AND I CHANGE MY OUTFIT
TO LOOK NATURAL PUSHING IT. THE HOLLOWED-OUT INTERIOR
THEN ALLOWS JAVIER TO TRAVEL FROM ROOM TO ROOM
WITHOUT DRAWING ANY SUSPICION FROM HOTEL GUESTS. [beeps]
YOU OKAY IN THERE? – YEAH. – WHEN WE GET
TO AN INFESTED ROOM, THE CART BLOCKS THE DOORWAY
AND JAVIER IS ABLE TO SNEAK OUT
WITHOUT ANYONE SEEING. A QUICK HANDOFF OF THE VACUUM
THEN GETS OUR EQUIPMENT INSIDE, AND JAVIER CAN GET TO WORK SPRAYING DOWN
THE PEST-RIDDEN AREAS. ALTHOUGH WE DIDN’T
FIND ANY IN THIS HOTEL, JAVIER TOLD ME HE OFTEN
ENCOUNTERS MATTRESSES THAT GET SO INFESTED
WITH BEDBUGS THEY HAVE TO BE THROWN OUT. SO I ALSO WANTED TO SHOW
THE HOTEL MANAGER THAT WE HAD A METHOD
TO SECRETLY DISPOSE OF ONE WITHOUT GUESTS THINKING
ANYTHING FISHY WAS GOING ON, AND SINCE THE MAYFAIR CATERED
TO A LOT OF ASIAN CLIENTELE, THE PERFECT COVER
WAS OBVIOUS. IN THE GUISE
OF AN IMPROMPTU CELEBRATION, WE WERE ABLE TO TAKE
A MATTRESS STRAIGHT THROUGH THE LOBBY,
AND ONCE OUTSIDE, ALL IT TOOK WAS A QUICK
IDENTITY CHANGEOVER TO KEEP EVERYTHING
LOOKING NORMAL TO ONLOOKERS. THEN, IN THE BLINK OF AN EYE,
WE’RE GONE, WITHOUT ANYONE EVER KNOWING THE HOTEL HAD A PROBLEM
WITH PESTS. SO LATER THAT WEEK,
I WAS HOPEFUL OUR SALES VIDEO WOULD BE ENOUGH TO WIN OVER
THE MAYFAIR MANAGER, MIKE SCHOEFFIN. – UNDERNEATH THAT DRAGON
IS OUR MATTRESS THAT WAS COVERED WITH BEDBUGS,
INFESTED WITH BEDBUGS. – AND YOU CAN SEE WE’VE BEEN
DEVELOPING A NEW METHOD OF SPRAYING THE PUBLIC AREAS
USING A BLIND MAN’S CANE. SO TO GUESTS,
IT JUST LOOKS LIKE, “OH, THERE’S A BLIND MAN
STUMBLING AROUND THE LOBBY.” – RIGHT.
– SO THAT’S WHAT WE’RE ABOUT. – AND ONCE OUR SALES VIDEO
WAS DONE,

Mariska Hargitay – “I Am Evidence” and America’s Sexual Assault Epidemic | The Daily Show

Mariska Hargitay – “I Am Evidence” and America’s Sexual Assault Epidemic | The Daily Show


Please welcome Mariska Hargitay. (cheering and applause) Welcome to the show. Thank you.
I am very happy to be here. This is so much fun having you,
because, I mean, like, Law & Order
I’ve watched my whole life, and I watched your show
in South Africa. -It’s big. And I always wonder,
-Hmm. like, when you’ve played
a character like Olivia Benson
for as long as you have, do you sometimes feel
like you, like, know the law? Like, do you ever feel
like you are in law enforcement -sometimes?
-No, I… Absolutely, I feel like I do. And I’m also somebody
that jumps in and gets confused about what my real job is.
(laughs) There-there have been times
in my life where I’ve seen something
on the street and I jump in. Like, “Hey! Put that down! Get in here! Come here.” And I’ve done it so many times. I’m like, “Mariska,
you need to calm down.” -Yeah, but I-I feel like you
play your character -Seriously. so convincingly that if you
did that to me in real life, I’d be like, “Yeah,
it’s Law & Order.” (cries out) I’d be like, “It’s Law & Order.” No, it’s been fun, you know. This-this…
When you do something -Right.
-for 19 years– I started the show
when I was four– and when you do… -(laughs)
-No, but when you do some… Why is he laughing? That feels weird. I’m gonna be 23.
Anyway, um, I… I, um, when you do something
for this long, -you know, your body
sort of reacts to it. -Right. -Right, right.
-So when I get… When there’s crisis,
I go into crisis mode. I like that, I like that a lot. I go into lieutenant mode. -Go into lieutenant mode.
-I’m not in that mode right now. (both laugh) The, uh, the show is-is
an interesting one because, you know, Law & Order
has so many different spin-offs, but Special Victims Unit is one that connected
with so many people -in a visceral way.
-Yeah. Hmm. Because we were used
to glamorous crimes. You know,
it was always all the murder. It was the this, it was
the swindling, it was the… But Special Victims Unit
tackled something that, like, a lot of people
have experienced, unfortunately. -Hmm. -You know,
the #MeToo movement has exposed how pervasive sexual assault
and harassment have been, and that’s-that’s what your show
has been covering -for so long.
-Mm-hmm. You went through
an interesting experience where people who were victims, uh, and survivors
of sexual assault or harassment reached out to your character, like, they wrote you fan mail -and asked you for help.
-They did. Like, they actually went,
“I need your help.” Did people not know
that your character wasn’t real or-or was it something else? You know, I think that,
for so long, um, survivors have been living
in a culture of, um… of shame and isolation. Uh, when I started the show,
I started… -I’d come off E.R.
-Right. And so when you’re, you know,
getting normal fan mail, you get, “Hi, I love your show.
Can I get an autographed photo?” And… (clears throat) all
of a sudden, when I started SVU, after the show had been airing
for a while, I started getting a very
different kind of fan letter, um, with victims
actually disclosing their stories of abuse. And many for the first time. And in those letters, there always was
the same theme, again, of shame, stigma, and isolation. -Isolation.
-Right. And them saying
“I’ve never told anyone before” and not feeling safe
to tell anyone or feeling scared
that it wouldn’t… they wouldn’t be believed or
it wouldn’t be received right. -Right. -So I think
that they went to this… f-fictionalized character that maybe was the first person that showed empathy
and compassion. And they knew that Olivia was
always for the victim first and felt safe there. And hopefully now
that is indeed changing. Right. And that’s a powerful
connection for people to have with a character and with a…
with-with a show. And it’s something that I think many people
would find overwhelming. I don’t know if I’d be able
to handle that. I don’t know
how I would handle it. But you, you took it
and turned it into something really positive. You started your foundation,
Joyful Heart. What is Joyful Heart all about? Thank you. Well, I… You know, when I started getting these
letters, as you can imagine, I was, um… shocked and wanted to respond
and was so, uh… -It was very painful, receiving
these letters. -Mm-hmm. And I-I didn’t know
how to respond. So I tried to-to educate myself. And, uh, I was so… enraged when I learned about the
statistics of sexual assault, that-that one in three women
and one in six men will be abused
in their lifetime. I mean, this wa…
these were crazy statistics. And I thought, if-if those were
the statistics, uh, one in four women will be
assaulted by her 18th birthday, h-how is it that everybody
wasn’t talking about this? -Right.
-This was an epidemic. So that’s when I started
educating myself. And when I did, um, my research for the role
of-of playing Olivia, besides hanging out…
(clears throat) in police, you know, precincts and
with cops and doing ride-alongs, I also went
through a 40-hour training to become
a rape crisis advocate, -which taught me how to deal
with survivors, -Wow. because I knew I wanted
to play this character, um, in-in a different way, with all of myself and all
of my humanity and empathy and-and femininity. And not in, you know,
a-a female in a man’s world, -and not in a…
in a sort of male way. -Right. Um, you know,
playing this hard-ass, you know, badass detective who, as we all have different sides
of us, also has compassion… -Yes. -empathy and humanity,
as I said. So, um, that’s when
I sort of put a… structure to…
to my anger and started
the Joyful Heart Foundation to help victims reclaim,
you know, their… reclaim their lives, or reclaim
possibility and joy. And then in 2009, I learned about
the rape kit backlog. Right. In 2009, I learned about… Uh, there was a study done
by Human Rights Watch that exposed this… (laughs) unbelievable travesty
in our nation that when a woman
was brave enough and courageous enough to come forward
after being assaulted, and would go through
a four to six-hour… often completely invasive, -and often retraumatizing
examination… -Mm-hmm. And they would do, you know,
a sexual assault evidence, you know, collection kit, and poke them and prod them. And, you know, it’s a
humiliating, painful process. And then we found out that these kits were sitting
on shelves in police storage facilities. And you would assume that
in America, in this country, obviously if the evidence
collection kit was-was taken, -it would be processed.
-Right. And we found
that that wasn’t the case. And I found out
the first case was… Um, the first time I found out
about it was the study done in-in California,
in Los Angeles that there were 12,000,
I think, 669 kits. So, the following year, I went to testify
before Congress, and that’s when I met this amazing badass of a woman named Kym Worthy who was
the Wayne Country Prosecutor… -Right.
-…who was also testifying. And when we met, it was… -We were done.
-You-you… You know, it was a little bit
of a match… -Right.
-…made in heaven. And you’ve been on a journey
ever since. And this documentary, I think,
is in many ways a culmination of that journey, because this story
is illuminating in so many different ways. We learn about these rape kits
that are taken. Uh, we learn about
the experiences of these women who have survived
these horrific incidents. And then we learn
that there are just backlogs. There are kits
that are sitting on shelves, and rapists are walking free
in the streets. Some people may say,
“Okay, that-that’s bad.” But there’s a story
in particular where one woman’s rape was tied
to another woman’s rape… -Yeah.
-…13 years later. Is this a story
that you come across often? Well, you know, the… the rape kit backlog,
which of course, after we found that there were,
you know… This was the same…
the same story in every city. -Right.
-Right? And there are estimated
hundreds of thousands of-of rape kits sitting
in police storage facility, and there are so many reasons
to test these kits. But not testing them clearly
sends a message to survivors, saying, “You don’t matter
and your kit doesn’t matter and your case doesn’t matter,” and it certainly tells
perpetrators, -“Well, it doesn’t matter.
Continue.” -Right. What we learn is that
by putting the DNA in the CODIS, which is the national database,
we kept finding hits, and that there were
so many serial rapists. Kym found, in Detroit,
I think out of 11,000 kids, there were… eight hundred… 879 serial rapists. So in the movie,
which was very, you know, difficult to put together–
this was my first documentary, and we interviewed 14 women,
all with the most… who were
so extraordinarily brave, but with these
compelling stories– and I’ll tell you,
I could have made a documentary -on each one of these woman,
with their stories. -Right. But, you know, a documentary,
how do you tell the story, how do you weave it together? And then…
we found that one of… one of the rapists was indeed
a, um, truck driver -who, uh, had…
hadn’t been apprehended. -Right. And one of the women
was waiting, uh, 11 years… 14 years for the precinct
to call her back. They never did. And in the meantime… he was busy assaulting
other women. -So…
-It’s… yeah, it’s a story -that… that is enraging,
-It’s enraging. it’s frustrating, um,
and at the same time, uplifting, because of what
we see in the documentary. We see the work that
your organization is doing. We see the work that
these women are doing, fighting this process. What can be done, though? Some people go, it’s a backlog, the police department
cannot do anything, -Oh, we can. -but New York City
has done something. -What can be done?
-And I wanted to make this movie because it’s so hard…
hard-hitting. And again, when I found out
about it in 2009, you know,
my head almost exploded. I just remember going,
“This can’t… this cannot be.” -Right.
-It can’t be. This is America. How… It can’t be. And I remember doing
a satellite media tour the following year, and none
of the journalists, nobody knew. They’d go, “Wait, what?” They would stop me and say,
“You’re telling me… “that the woman goes
through this examination and they’re not testing
the kits?” And so… this is an incredibly… You know, how do you measure
sexual assault in this country? How do you measure
how women are being treated? And that’s what I thought–
this is a perfect -sort of microcosm
of how we treat women, -Right. how we treat survivors. And, uh… it’s sort of, like… sort of holds a mirror
up to the country, and says, “This is what we’re doing,
so let’s change it.” The good news is, it’s fixable. The good news is
that Joyful Heart, my foundation
that I founded in 2004, has been… has made
the rape kit backlog our number one
advocacy priority. And so we have made
these six pillars of legislation that we’re trying
to push through, and we are changing legislation
in every state. Um, New York doesn’t have
a backlog. Thank God. And, um, certain…
certain states by states and cities by cities
are cleaning up their backlog. -Right. -So you can go
to endthebacklog.org and find out what you can do,
write to your legislators, write to your congressmen,
and we can change it. We just have to be persistent
and never give up. I think that sounds amazing. -Thank you so much for being
on the show. -Thank you so much. I Am Evidence debuts
Monday, April 16, at 8:00 p.m. on HBO. And for more information
about how you can help, visit endthebacklog.org. Mariska Hargitay, everybody.

The Nightly Show – Super Depressing Deep Dive – Opioid Epidemic in America

The Nightly Show – Super Depressing Deep Dive – Opioid Epidemic in America


Now, a lot of people
have told me that they’re depressed
about our show getting canceled, so we thought
we’d cover a subject that will make you even more
depressed– the opioid epidemic. That’s right. It’s time
for our lastNightly ShowSuper Depressing Deep Dive.
Take a look. ♪ ♪ MALE NARRATOR:Hi.
Hey, you good? Not for long.
Welcome
to another
Nightly ShowSuper Depressing Deep Dive.Everyone’s talking about them.One of the greatest public
health crises of our time, the opioid epidemic. MAN:
An epidemic of drug abuse.
We are seeing more people killed because of opioid overdose
than traffic accidents. (tires squealing, static) NARRATOR:
So how did this happen?
It starts with pain.-(groaning)-People hate pain,
mainly because it’s painful,
and opioids take that pain
and turn it into…
♪ Magic body warmth! ♪Opioids are any opium-like
compound, like morphine,
invented in 1827
and advertised to children.
Yes, that baby won’t cry.Well, until you take away
its sweet, sweet morphine.
(crying)In 1898, Bayer triedto make a less-addictive
morphine called… heroin.
♪ Heroin! ♪Now, selling legal heroin
may sound crazy,
but this is during the timewhen you could get cocaine in
Coca-Cola, and doctors thought
your skull shape determined
how smart you were.
Phrenology.In the 1970s and ’80s,
most doctors avoided opioids
as long-term pain reliefbecause
of the whole addiction thing.
But in 1995,
Purdue Pharmaceuticals–
sadly not a branch
of Perdue Chicken–
marketed the safest opioid
of all.
♪ Oxycontin! Oxycontin! ♪And everyone was happy
and pain-free forever. The end.
JK. Pain is life.
It will never go away.
-Like U2 and Guy Fieri.
-(boy shouts)And hey, it turns out Oxycontin
is crazy addictive,
but to make it seem
mega-awesome, Purdue handed out
branded promotional items,
like fishing hats and CDs.
Yes, that’s the title.
It isn’t even clever,
like Oxycontin-Eyed Joe!There were also plush toys,which we couldn’t
find images of,
so we assume
they look like this.
TOY BEAR:
Hug me. I can’t feel pain. (winding down):
I’m a bear…And to help ease
everyone’s fear of addiction,
Purdue created videos
with super trustworthy dudes.
They don’t wear out.
They go on working. They do not have
serious medical side effects.Thank you kindly,
doctor-type guy
who was totally not paid
to say that.
I bet he was paid to say that.A year later,
opioid prescriptions
jumped by $11 million.Those are some Viagra-level
numbers, but without the ads
that make you think
of your parents doing it.
Sales of Oxycontin went
from $44 million in 1996…
MAN:
Triple-decker yacht money!…to $1.5 billion in 2002.MEN:
Ya-Ya-Yacht jet!By 2012, doctors wrote more
than 259 million prescriptions
for opioids–
enough to give a bottle
to every adult in America.You don’t have to be
a chicken scientist
to know that when
everyone’s got opioids,
opioid overdoses
are going to skyrocket.
More than 165,000 people
have died of causes
related to painkiller use
since 1999,
including the men who love
to party like it’s 1999.
NEWSWOMAN:Tests show
the music icon Prince
died of an opioid overdose.NARRATOR:That’s right, those
greedy drug company bastards
mother(bleep) killed…Mother(bleep) Prince. Jesus (bleeping)… (man grunting à la Prince)Or… maybe the drug companies
didn’t know.
Maybe they were innocent pawnsin this game of chance
we call life.
I’m just playing.
Of course they knew.
TheL.A. Timesreported
that Purdue marketed Oxycontin
as a 12-hour drug
when they knew
it often only worked for eight,
leading patients
to experience withdrawal
and want higher,
more dangerous doses–
which means we were lied to
by kindly
CD-hat doctor-type guy.
They do not have
serious medical side effects.What the (bleep), dude?
They hid the evidence
of illegal Oxy rings,
and in 2007,
they lost
a $635 million lawsuit
and three executives pleaded
guilty in misbranding the drug
and downplaying
the risk of addiction.
Even Big Tobacco was like,
“Damn, you guys are scumbags.”
That lawsuit
was known years ago,
but we’re only addressing
this crisis now. Why?
For the first time
in any first-world country, the death rate for white, middle-aged people
is on the rise.Yep, opioids became
a national epidemic
-because it became a…
-♪ White people problem ♪ ♪ Ba, ba, ba, ba. ♪Hashtag it.
Now hospitals and doctors
feel super bad
about hurting white people,
so they’re cracking down
on overprescribing and abuse.
So… is it all better?-(children cheer)
-Yeah. Wait.
No. Because when addicts
stop getting opioids,
they turn
to the next best thing.
♪ Heroin… ♪That’s right,
our old friend heroin is back.
It’s like opioid fast food–cheap, easy,
and it’s colorful mascots
will haunt your nightmares
for eternity.
So now there’s a new
white people problem.
The Nantucket Polo Club
is full of heroin addicts.
(horses neighing)And if that wasn’t fun enough,
Big Pharma still makes billions
off our pain
by selling opioids,
and we still don’t have
an effective,
non-addictive
chronic pain medication.
Now we just have heroin
killing more people than ever.
Depressed? Good.Then my job here is done.This has been
another
Nightly Show

Key & Peele – Alien Imposters

Key & Peele – Alien Imposters


[spaceship engines roar] – WAIT, WAIT. WE GOT TO BE CAREFUL HERE. THIS PLACE IS CRAWLING
WITH THEM. WHAT WAS THAT?
– WHAT? – COVER ME. – GUYS! HEY, GUYS! HEY, GUYS.
OH, THANK GOD. HEY, WE STARTED
A COMMUNITY OF SURVIVORS. Y’ALL COME LIVE WITH US. – WAIT.
HOW DID YOU KNOW? – COME ON. REDNECK WANTS US TO MOVE
INTO HIS COMMUNITY? US?
LET’S GO. – GUYS, OVER HERE! OH, THANK GOD THERE ARE OTHERS! – WOULD YOU LET
ME DATE YOUR DAUGHTER? – OF COURSE! – OH, MY GOD. OH, MY GOD.
OH, MY GOD. OH, MY GOD. AAH!
PLEASE DON’T HURT ME! MY BEST FRIEND IS BLACK
AND I LOVE JAY-Z, AND MY FAVORITE MOVIE
ISTHINK LIKE A MAN.– SHE’S GOOD.
– COME WITH US. – OKAY.
– STAY CLOSE. – OKAY.
– WHAT’S YOUR NAME? – EMILY.
both: OF COURSE IT IS. [tense dubstep music] ♪ – HEY, HEY, HEY!
DON’T SHOOT! DON’T SHOOT! – WHAT DO YOU THINK
ABOUT THE POLICE? – WELL,
I LOVE THEIR THIRD ALBUM. – AAH! AAH!
[stammers] I DON’T HAVE ANY MONEY! NO MONEY! [screaming] [continues screaming] – OH, MY GOD. OH, MY GOD. THANK GOD YOU GUYS SHOWED UP. I GOT TO GET OUT OF HERE. IT’S A SILVER LEXUS. JUST PULL IT RIGHT UP FRONT, AND DON’T SCUFF THE PAINT,
ALL RIGHT? I JUST HAD IT BUFFED. – WAS HE AN ALIEN, TOO? – YEP.