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  • Thanks so much for being here.

  • He left a three-week-old baby to be here.

  • So thank you.

  • Congratulations.

  • Thank you.

  • It's actually kind of rough to do that.

  • It's only three nights away from home, but.

  • There is an upside to it, which is I can finally

  • complain about how tired I am.

  • When I'm home, if I even just let the words,

  • like, oh, man, I'm tired, my wife just gives me this like--

  • this look that says I wake up every 20 minutes to breastfeed.

  • How dare you, sir.

  • Yeah.

  • So now I get to be on TV talking about how tired I am.

  • And I got like six hours of sleep last night.

  • Oh you poor thing. which is luxurious.

  • Yeah, it's great.

  • Thank you for being here because we've

  • been asking for you to be on.

  • I'm a huge fan.

  • So you've been acting since five?

  • So is Macaulay older or younger than you?

  • He's two years older, and we kind of started

  • at the same time, I think.

  • Look at you two.

  • Oh, wow.

  • So it's a big family, right?

  • So how many siblings do you have?

  • There are seven of us.

  • Seven?

  • And at some point, all of us tried the acting bit.

  • Now it's pretty much just me and Rory.

  • Mac does some stuff sometimes, too.

  • Right.

  • So does that make you-- and this is your first child, right?

  • Yeah.

  • OK.

  • Yeah, and my mom's first grandchild.

  • And actually, the grandmas are in town visiting

  • their first grandchild.

  • And there's sort of this like unspoken competition going on

  • about which one is more insane.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • My mom clucks like a chicken.

  • That's kind of just how she talks.

  • She's like, "Wait, what, let's, go, down, town, Nikki."

  • [CLUCKS LIKE CHICKEN]

  • And then my wife's mother, I call

  • her the "interrupting goose" because she doesn't

  • listen to a word that I say.

  • If I start talking, it goes like this.

  • I'll be like, "I'm thinking for lunch, we can go to--"

  • [SQUAWKS]

  • And I think she thinks she's saying "huh" or "what,"

  • but I'm like, "If you could just let

  • me get to the end of my sentence--" [SQUAWKS]

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • She's nuts.

  • She doesn't listen to a word I say.

  • I'll be in the middle of a story.

  • I love that she--

  • I love the idea of her watching this on TV

  • right now, me roasting her.

  • I'll be in the middle of a story,

  • and I'm just about to get to the punch line,

  • and she'll be like, "Look, that's my friend, Linda."

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • Like, "Uh-huh?"

  • "This is her apartment."

  • "Wait, does this have to do with my story?

  • Because I was--" [SQUAWKS]

  • Listen, if you want to stay longer it sounds like you can.

  • Yeah, I might stretch this out for a week until they're--

  • Maybe you want to stay until they both leave.

  • The crazy bird ladies get out of the house, yeah.

  • [SQUAWKS]

  • [SQUAWKS]

  • [SQUAWKS]

  • I wanted to talk to you forever because I just am a huge fan,

  • and your character and--

  • First of all, I have to ask, is it all scripted or did they

  • let you just play with things?

  • It's scripted, and it's very, very well-written.

  • So they don't have to let us play around.

  • But they do, they let us just like mess about a bit.

  • Sometimes like my wife will be like, "That sounds like you.

  • Was that your line?"

  • I'm like, "I don't know anymore."

  • Right.

  • The line is blurred between Kieran and Roman

  • sometimes that like, I have to shut this piece of my brain

  • off that's going to insult somebody.

  • Because Roman, he has no filter.

  • No, not at all.

  • And I wonder why Roman gets away with that.

  • Because you've only been slapped once by your father.

  • In the show, yeah.

  • Which was really like--

  • it broke my heart because it showed how small you are.

  • Roman just was crushed by that.

  • Yeah.

  • I'm talking like everybody knows the show,

  • because everyone should.

  • But explain what the show is.

  • So it's about a family--

  • very rich family.

  • The father's self-made and he's run billion dollar industries.

  • He's a media mogul.

  • And basically, he's at an age he's probably going to retire,

  • in which one of his kids is maybe going to take over,

  • who's going to be in line.

  • And as you watch the show, you find that none of his kids

  • are equipped to.

  • No.

  • Particularly this guy, who just runs his mouth

  • and has no idea how to do his job.

  • Yes.

  • That's who that character is.

  • The show is so good.

  • It's so fascinating, and especially

  • after Sunday night's episode.

  • I don't know where it's going, but it's frightening and good.

  • I didn't see it yet.

  • Yeah.

  • I saw it this morning and I watched it

  • while I was working out because I knew you were on.

  • Because I missed it Sunday night.

  • Oh, it's so good.

  • Thank you so much.

  • You're fantastic.

  • I love the show.

  • And stay as long as you want so you

  • don't have to go back to the--

  • The crazy bird ladies.

  • The season finale of Succession--

  • oh, it's the season finale?

  • Sunday at 9:00.

  • Of course it is.

  • Yes, it's going to be--

  • OK, it's at 9:00 on HBO.

  • We'll be right back.

Thanks so much for being here.

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