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  • Thanks for coming back on the program.

  • Always nice to have you here speaking about me.

  • It occurs to me you gave me my last enemy.

  • That's right.

  • I was.

  • That was very cool.

  • Yeah, well, I was had to it with Your name was on the No, I know, but you could have read somebody else's.

  • That's true.

  • No, that was a nice You know what's funny?

  • You don't really get, uh it's nice to be able to be a presenter at an award show.

  • It's like the Emmys because you read the name and you came up, you one.

  • And it was really I felt like I was giving you a great year when, really, I had nothing to do with it, But it was still a gesture.

  • It's funny.

  • I I once gave one to Christine Baranski.

  • I had gone to Juilliard with her, you know, before the Punic Wars together on bond.

  • I presented her first Emmy tour, and so that it was just kind of nice, full circle quality.

  • I never got it like a thank you note or anything.

  • Well, I tried to do that now because I felt like crap about it.

  • Yeah, here all torn up about You know what?

  • Actually, you know, it's funny.

  • This made me realize something.

  • The first time that I met you was a few years before I even started doing this show.

  • This must be about 14 years ago.

  • I was working on The Simpsons and we were working on Ah, Sideshow Bob episode when you came in.

  • I don't even it's so long ago.

  • I don't even remember.

  • But this was It was a great sideshow, Bob parody.

  • I think of Bob Sideshow.

  • That was what we're It's the parody of the great Scorsese remake.

  • And I'm blanking on everything right now.

  • Cape Fear Right on.

  • And but you came in And we have, you know, written what we thought was a funny And then you just brought this this character toe life.

  • It was so we hear a little sideshow, Bob.

  • Sure.

  • Thanks for me.

  • Uh, here's my mike.

  • Okay, this is easier.

  • Hello, Bob.

  • I just like it.

  • Frankly, he's also it's one of the hammy ist characters ever written.

  • You could tell that you were just having so much fun doing a devoted ham himself, you know?

  • I mean, I'm am in the part, but he himself is a hams.

  • Yes, it's him on him.

  • Now, I want to ask you about Thanksgiving Thanksgiving right around the corner.

  • Is this a a warm memories for you?

  • Thanksgiving in my house was always fight night, you know?

  • Well, you know, after a year of holding all the hostility and you sit down to celebrate with the family, it's the only time you get them all in the same room on a couple of glasses of wine on.

  • Uh, imagine Grandma cuts open, you know, just Yeah, great.

  • Great grandmother.

  • One of your It was always my great.

  • Hey, that's my grandmother was the titular head of the home in my adolescence, and she was a feisty one.

  • She was a tough one.

  • And so we had a lot of fights.

  • There was a time that actually through her boyfriend out of the house.

  • You through grandma's boyfriend, it gets to get stranger his name.

  • Waas.

  • Captain Bob.

  • It was really Captain Bond.

  • We called him Captain Bob.

  • Was he a captain?

  • He said, Well, I don't know if he was a captain, he had some men just where a captain's hat get different from?

  • He did run boats.

  • He He was a skipper on some boats.

  • And he liked to be called Captain Bubs.

  • Uh, but, uh, I was sitting down to dinner with my sister and my sister's boyfriend at the time was ah, young man named Danny Ng, who was half Seminole, half Chinese.

  • This was not very popular in Bob's mind.

  • Eso he looked over Danny and said, Exactly what color are you anyway, on?

  • Uh well, he was kind of a bigot.

  • And he was he was in pain.

  • Eso i I just Enough at that point, I said Okay, Bob, that's it.

  • You've got to go.

  • So I wish you had said you're going overboard, Bob.

  • Kidding?

  • E that's over s So I picked him up by the back of the pants and I threw him out of the house.

  • That's it.

  • So I hope you.

  • Because if you just put one hand, they tip over, but you gotta be Oh, wow.

  • Threw him out in the front yard.

  • Incredible.

  • Climbed into his car and drove away.

  • My grandmother about an hour later said, I want you to drive me to Bob.

  • No, you sit in that room you stay there.

  • Way had a really interesting way.

  • I think Norman Rockwell painted this once.

  • Bob's going out the window.

  • Your grandmother's punching up.

  • Yeah, it's a wonderful scene.

  • Now.

  • I understand.

  • You know, you you have You're still doing a lot of work, but you have more time on your hands now that you've finished Frasier, which is a lot of work doing one of those programs.

  • What are you doing with your You're treating yourself to, um, take care of myself a little bit better.

  • I'm working out once in a while.

  • I'm doing.

  • I've been doing some I'm spending more time with the kids, spend more time with my wife.

  • I've been on vacation a bit more often, and I've been doing some grooming grooming, which is, uh, it's usually induced by my wife.

  • Uh, we were in Mexico while ago, and there were a lot of really handsome young men down there.

  • I having formerly been a handsome young man?

  • Uh, no.

  • A sort of aging, once handsome young man.

  • I'm rather Harry, and my wife said I'm glad we could talk about my wife.

  • Why don't you get your back waxed?

  • Because you've got a nice back and, you know, you look, you know, good.

  • Like all these other young, strapping lads out here on de.

  • So we went down to the little salon and this lovely aesthetician from Mexico Ah, took, I think, delight in removing the hair from my back.

  • Now, I don't even know how they do that.

  • I know nothing about it.

  • Pretty barbaric, actually.

  • They roll.

  • They have, Ah, hot.

  • What looks like a paint roller.

  • But it also looks like it's honey, and it's like melted hot honey.

  • But you realize that there's actually a poxy or something right on.

  • They rub that on your back, and then they put something on it.

  • I don't know what it is exactly.

  • It's some kind of cloth.

  • It's like fiberglass on the surfboard on.

  • Are you sure you weren't at a surf shop?

  • Well, I might have been.

  • Yeah.

  • And then she pats it for a minute there and then rips it off.

  • So while my wife and this lovely aesthetician were laughing, I was screaming and biting the pillow like, you know, the big girl that I am now.

  • What are they?

  • What are they?

  • What happens to this thing when they're done, you get to keep it is like they throw that out.

  • I didn't wanna look.

  • That could be a mat.

  • One Ford truck, this square.

  • You could sell that on eBay, you know?

  • Hey, welcome to our home.

  • That's Kelsey Grammer's back.

  • Thank E was probably a square yard on my back, so Yeah, you could probably pollster a chair in it or something.

  • Well, celebrity stuff goes next time, save that.

  • It's a fabulous I say that it was very painful, but it did look good.

  • Yeah.

  • You know, I started to understand that, you know, there's some some benefit in the pain of good grooming.

  • So you're back right now is just completely now my back is, uh it's sort of semi Harry right now because I have never ended the interview that way.

  • That's gonna be my new question at the end of every area, laser, because it's and that's been really interesting.

  • Laser.

  • Doesn't that just set fire to the hair on your back?

  • Pretty much.

  • Well, I'm sorry.

  • I'm just picturing you with this big.

  • I'm just picturing you with this hairy back and they fire a bond laser at you in a forest fire goes out like that nine miles away, arrangers like, Oh, my God.

  • Get the trucks.

  • That's pretty much like that.

  • Wow.

  • I wanna mention this.

  • A Christmas Carol which, which you shot in Budapest.

  • Beautiful location.

  • Fantastic city.

  • That's gonna air this Sunday at nine.

  • On NBC.

  • Yeah.

  • Hey, Always great having you here.

  • Terrific, E.

  • I'm sorry.

  • I'm taking a break.

Thanks for coming back on the program.

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Kelsey Grammer Does Sideshow Bob - "Late Night With Conan O'Brien"

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/24
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