-I do want to tick off
some of your projects. -By the way,
there's a bunch of them. -You got — There's three. There's three things
I want to ask you about. -Okay, three.
-"Santa Clarita Diet." Season three, right?
-Season three. Streaming on Netflix.
-Streaming on Netflix. [ Cheers and applause ]
-Moving on. -Moving on.
"Missing Link." -Oh, so charming.
-"Missing Link." -Oh, you got kids!
You're gonna go see this. -Uh, they're a little young
for it, I think. -No, but eventually, you will. By the way, the great thing
about these animated films… -Yeah.
-…and I'm speaking just for me,
I hear the residuals are great. -Wow, okay.
-You're gonna watch it late — You're gonna watch it
years from now. -Right.
-'Cause it's a good one. It's a classic. It's like Rotten Tomatoes,
like, 100%. 110% fresh.
-Is it? Already? -110% fresh. -And which of these fellows
here do you play? -That's a little embarrassing. You would think I wouldn't be,
but I am that guy. -Yeah.
[ Laughter ] What's the name? -Last name's Stenk.
-Stenk. I believe
the first name is Willard. [ Laughter ]
It's some kind — -You really found the character
on this one. [ Laughter ] -You know me.
-Yeah. -I'm method.
-Yeah. -So, when I'm in it, I'm in it.
-Yeah. -But you also know me.
When I'm out, I'm out. -Yeah.
-I can't even, it's like — -You just left Willard Stenk…
-Can't even remember it. -…in the headphones.
-The fact that I could even — 'Cause I was so deep, I don't
even remember when it happened. It's like a — it's like a —
-Yeah. -I don't know
where I'm going with this. -I forgot to ask you —
[ Laughter ] Is it true —
I don't want to lose the opportunity
to ask this question. Is it true you're dog
got into the edibles? -Oh, my God.
This is the thing. When they legalize drugs,
they don't — they don't — They just —
They just legalize it, and then they say,
"People will figure it out." -I feel like that's not true,
but go ahead. [ Laughter ] -But listen, New York,
'cause it's coming. The legal drugs are coming,
and they're gonna give you these little things
that look like gummy bears. -Right.
-They look like little, uh — little kid treats.
And what they don't tell you is the dogs
don't know they're drugs. -Yeah.
[ Laughter ] -'Cause you think,
"Oh, it's legal now. Just leave it anywhere."
You know what I mean? -Yeah. Right.
-Cops show up, who cares? Leave it on the couch.
I'm not concerned. -Yeah.
-But the dog doesn't know. -Right. -He doesn't know
those are drugs. -Yeah.
-And then all of a sudden, if the ASPCA or anyone — We've taken care of our pets
for years, fine. -A lot — I do want to point out
that a lot of this interview has been you stressing
how responsible you are. [ Laughter ] -I do it for you, Seth,
because you have little kids. -I do.
-I'm trying to set an example! -Yes, okay.
I will take it as an example. I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
-And maybe you think — -Hold that thought.
[ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] Okay, now go.
-It's really — -Now go, now go. -Who's hosting this show,
god damn it?! I've lost control
of my own show! [ Laughter ] -So the dog —
What's the dog's name? -Little Bruno.
-Little Bruno. -Just a little guy.
-Okay. -I had one.
I felt it. -Yeah. Right.
-He had like six. -Oh, wow.
-By the way, if you wonder — if you ever ask yourself,
"I wonder if you show up to a vet clinic," you know, "with a stoned dog if they'll
be like, 'Oh, my God. What?!'" They won't.
[ Laughter ] He'll be like the third dog
that showed up high. [ Laughter ] They'll be like, "No, no, we had
a Boxer here earlier today way more stoned than that."
[ Laughter ] They say, "Come back
in 45 minutes and pick him up." And then so, you say,
"He'll be fine? 'Cause we have questions." And they say, "We'll give you
a brochure when you leave." -Gotcha.
-They've printed a brochure. [ Laughter ]
That's how common it is. They haven't —
They haven't been like — -And what is it —
Like, do they put on an album? Like, what do they tell you
to do when your dog's stoned? [ Laughter ]
-Put on an album. -Do they like vinyl?
[ Laughter ] Wait. I'm running out of time,
and I've — You just have to come out —
When does this come out? When is the "Deadwood" movie
gonna come out? -It's in May-ish.
-All right. That's soon. -May — Yeah,
'cause it's April-ish. It's April.
-Yeah, it's April. This is so exciting.
-By the way, speakin' of going deep method,
look at that 'stache. -There you go.
-I went big. -So that's — And that is —
You grew that? -I'll tell you why. One, the real guy
had a huge mustache. And I always thought,
if we're ever gonna do it again, I'm gonna really go deep method,
be the guy. -Did you grow the mustache
in the show? -That's not important.
Two — [ Laughter ] I thought, "The bigger I go,
if this thing sucks, I'll just tell people
it's not me." -Yeah.
[ Laughter ] It is true.
You can barely — 'Cause the hat's a little low,
and the mustache — -You got the hat
and the 'stache. You can be like, "What did you
think of the 'Deadwood' movie?" "I thought Duhamel
did a great job." -Yeah.
Oh, there you go. That is — You can totally
put it on Duhamel. -Yeah, look at Josh Duhamel. "They got Duhamel
to play Bullock." [ Laughter ] "I thought he did fine. I don't know what the big —
Everyone's complaining." -This is — the first time,
we met, we were talking about — 'Cause this
has been rumored for years. This wonderful show,
three seasons only on HBO. Would they do a movie?
And they did a movie. And I can't believe it.
I'm so happy. -Can I be sincere for one second
before we go? -Yeah.
-I've seen it, and I couldn't be
more proud of it. And it's just — it's lovely.
I hope people enjoy it. -And it was obviously a big show
for your career and your life. And was it
great to see everybody? -It was.
It really was. I think that — I resisted
the idea for a long time. I thought it was
a very, very, very bad idea. I've really
just enjoyed the experience. I think I underestimated
the impact those people had on my life so many years ago. And that show, it was just
a remarkable experience, and it was just — Very thankful
for the opportunity to go back
and see them all again. -I'm genuinely thrilled
to see it. -Do we want to cry
at the end of the interview? Is that where this is going?
-I guess so. -It felt like
it just got very — -All right, let's —
-Let's very — And I'm thankful
for this time here. -I am, too, and uh —
-How many times has it been? Four?
-This is four times, and it's the only person who's
ever been here four times. [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ]
I'm sorry. Record-setting four-time guest
Timothy Olyphant, everybody.