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  • >> Stephen: WELCOME BACK, EVERYBODY.

  • WELCOME BACK.

  • MY FIRST GUEST TONIGHT IS AN EMMY-AWARD-WINNING STAR OF

  • STAGE, TELEVISION, AND FILM.

  • HE NOW STARS IN "THE BLACKLIST".

  • >> NOW, GIVEN THE PUBLICITY SURROUNDING THE ASSISTANCE I

  • REPRESENTEDDERRED TO SPECIALAGE ELIZABETH KEENE DURING HER

  • RECENT STINT AS A FUGITIVE, I UNDERSTAND WHERE ONE SUSPICION

  • MAY COME FROM, BUT IT IS UNFOUNDED.

  • AND BEFORE THIS DINNER IS OVER, I WILL NOT ONLY PROVE THAT I

  • HAVE NOT BETRAYED US.

  • I WILL IDENTIFY THE PERSON WHO HAS.

  • >> SAVE YOUR BREATH.

  • YOUR GRAVE'S ALREADY BEEN DUG.

  • >> I'M SORRY BUT "BEEN DUG."

  • IS THAT CORRECT?

  • THAT DOESN'T SOUND CORRECT.

  • >> I THINK IT IS DIG.

  • >> I SUPPOSE THEY'RE BOTH GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT.

  • SOUNDS FUNNY EITHER WAY.

  • I'M SORRY, YOU WERE SAYING.

  • >> Stephen: PLEASE WELCOME JAMES SPADER.

  • ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ) >> Stephen: THAT'S VERY NICE.

  • DO YOU-- DO YOU AND JONUE GUYS KNOW EACH OTHER?

  • >> NO, NOT AT ALL.

  • NOT AT ALL.

  • YOU ARE GREAT, GREAT.

  • >> Stephen: AREN'T THEY AMAZING?

  • INCREDIBLE BAND.

  • >> Stephen: THANK YOU.

  • .

  • >> Stephen: THAT WAS A VERY FRIENDLY THING TO DO.

  • I DON'T THINK ANY OF MY GUESTS HAVE-- HAS ANYONE ELSE HUGGED

  • YOU, JON?

  • >> OPRAH.

  • >> Stephen: OPRAH.

  • YOU REMIND ME A LOT OF OPRAH.

  • >> PROBABLY A BETTER HUG THAN MINE.

  • BUT ANYWAY, YOU'RE GREAT.

  • >> Stephen: ONE OF THE REASONS I'M EXCITED TO HAVE YOU ON THE

  • SHOW IS THAT YOU HAVE BEEN CALLED THE STRANGEST MAN ON

  • TELEVISION.

  • ( LAUGHTER ) DO YOU LIKE THAT?

  • >> I'LL TAKE THAT.

  • >> Stephen: DO YOU LIKE THAT MONIKER?

  • >> YEAH, I'M TAKE THAT.

  • >> Stephen: WHAT DO YOU THINK IT'S FROM?

  • IS IT THE PARTS YOU GET OR THE WAY YOU DO THEM?

  • >> I THINK THAT THERE'S-- I THINK THERE'S A SEARCH ENGINE IN

  • ME FOR THAT.

  • I THINK THAT'S WHAT I -- >> YOU'VE GOT A FILTER PROCESS

  • THAT ONLY THE WEIRD GETS THROUGH?

  • ( LAUGHTER ) I-- I THINK THAT'S-- WELL, I'VE

  • BEEN WITH THE SAME AGENT FOR DECADES AND DECADES AND DECADES,

  • SO I THINK AT THIS POINT NOW, I'M SENT THOSE THINGS.

  • ( LAUGHTER ) BUT --

  • >> NO ONE SENT YOU A PERFECTLY NORMAL SUBURBAN DAD AND REALLY

  • NICE GUY?

  • >> THERE WAS A FILM I DID YEARS AGO CALLED "SECRETARY" THAT WAS

  • A VERY SORT OF.

  • ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ) >> Stephen: YOU WERE NOT THAT

  • NORMAL IN "SECRETARY."

  • I SAW THAT.

  • I'M NOT POPPING THAT IN WITH MY 14-YEAR-OLD.

  • >> OKAY.

  • YOU'D BE SURPRISED AT THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE COME UP WHO SAY THEY

  • LOVED THAT FILM.

  • >> Stephen: REALLY?

  • NO, I LOVED THAT FILM.

  • I'M NOT SURPRISE THEY HAD LOVED IT--

  • >> I JUST MEAN VERY, VERY STAID, AND-- WHICH I GUESS IS

  • APPROPRIATE CONSIDERING THAT CONTENT.

  • >> Stephen: EXACTLY.

  • YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT GOES ON BEHIND CLOSED DOORS.

  • >> YOU NEVER KNOW.

  • THANK GOODNESS.

  • >> Stephen: EXACTLY.

  • NONE OF OUR BUSINESS.

  • NONE OF OUR BUSINESS.

  • >> IT'S NICE TO HEAR ABOUT IT EVERY SO OFTEN.

  • s LOVE THAT.

  • >> Stephen: THAT'S WHAT JAMES SPADER PARTS ARE FOR.

  • >> YES, YES.

  • I THINK THERE'S BEEN EYE LOOK FOR THAT IN MY LIFE, IN MY

  • PERSONAL LIFE.

  • I'M ALWAYS DRAWN TO THE ECCENTRIC AND--

  • >> Stephen: YOU DO ECCENTRIC THINGS, LIKE-- OR YOU JUST LIKE

  • TO BE AROUND ECCENTRIC PEOPLE?

  • >> YEAH, I LIKE THAT A LOT.

  • AND I LIKE-- I'M DEFINITELY ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE ON THE STREET

  • WHEN THERE'S SOMETHING STRANGE AND MAYBE EVEN DISTURBING GOING

  • ON IN THE STREET, I TEND TO BE DRAWN TO IT.

  • ( LAUGHTER ) AND --

  • >> SO, JON, IT'S NOT THAT MUCH OF A COMPLIMENT THAT HE CAME

  • OVER TO YOU.

  • ( LAUGHTER ) ( APPLAUSE )

  • >> I THINK JON AND I ARE DOING JUST FINE.

  • >> Stephen: REALLY?

  • OKAY, ALL RIGHT.

  • >> I THINK JON AND I ARE DOING JUST FINE.

  • >> Stephen: OKAY, GOOD.

  • >> I THINK WE'RE GOING TO DO JUST FINE.

  • >> Stephen: DO YOU EVER GET, LIKE--

  • >> GETTING BACK TO THAT, I THINK I'VE LOOKED FOR THAT WITH MY

  • FRIENDS, MY-- ( LAUGHTER )

  • MY FAMILY.

  • WE'RE VERY ECCENTRIC.

  • AND THE ONES THAT ARE STILL ALIVE, STILL ARE QUITE

  • ECCENTRIC.

  • ( LAUGHTER ) AND I THINK THAT ULTIMATELY, I

  • PROBABLY-- I ACTUALLY HAD NEVER REALLY THOUGHT ABOUT IT UNTIL

  • JUST NOW, BUT I THINK PROBABLY I HAVE LOOKED FOR THOSE CHARACTERS

  • TO HAVE AS MY FRIENDS AS WELL, AND THE WORK THAT I DO.

  • AND I CAN'T HELP MYSELF IN THE THINGS THAT I PLAY ALLOWING MY

  • PECULARRITIES TO BE-- THE PECULIARITIES OF THE CHARACTER

  • TO BE THE THING THAT IS MOST COMPILGAND INTERESTING TO ME.

  • THE CHARACTER I PLAY IN THAT SHOW IS A VERY PECULIAR GUY.

  • >> Stephen: EXACTLY.

  • FOR THE PEOPLE WHO DON'T KNOW, HE IS AN INFORMANT.

  • HE IS A-- >> HE'S A CRIMINAL, REALLY.

  • >> Stephen: HE'S A CRIMINAL WHO HAS TURNED INFORMANT FOR THE

  • F.B.I.

  • >> YES, YES.

  • IT'S FUNNY, THOUGH, HE -- >> FUNNY HA-HA?

  • OR...

  • ( LAUGHTER ) FUNNY ODD.

  • >> IT IS SOMETIMES FUNNY HA-HA.

  • >> Stephen: THAT SCENE WAS FUNNY BUT ALSO THREATENING AT

  • THE SAME TIME.

  • >> YES.

  • >> Stephen: THAT'S JAMES SPADER-- THREATENING AND FUNNY

  • AT THE SAME TIME.

  • ( LAUGHTER ).

  • >> I HOPE SO.

  • I HOPE SO.

  • >> Stephen: SO YOU LIKE DISCOMFORT AND--

  • >> I'M PERFECTLY COMFORTABLE WITH THAT.

  • I'M COMFORTABLE WITH DISCOMFORT.

  • >> Stephen: YOU'RE COMFORTABLE WITH DISCOMFORT AND AWKWARDNESS.

  • >> AND I THINK THAT'S SOMETHING THAT'S VERY IMPORTANT ABOUT THAT

  • CHARACTER, FOR INSTANCE.

  • IT WAS SOMETHING THEY SAW IMMEDIATELY WHEN I READ THE

  • PILOT IS THAT PUT IN THE MOIST CHAOTIC AND EXTREME SET OF

  • CIRCUMSTANCES, HE'S QUITE COMFORTABLE IN THAT.

  • AND I THINK THAT PART OF IT IS A LACK OF FEAR, WHICH I WISH WE

  • HAD MORE OF IN OUR SOCIETY TODAY IS A FEARLESSNESS IN THAT--

  • ( APPLAUSE ) >> Stephen: WHERE DO YOU THINK

  • THAT FEAR COME FROM?

  • WHERE DO YOU THINK THAT FEAR COMES FROM?

  • >> INSECURITY, I THINK, TO A GREAT DEGREE.

  • AND ALSO INSECURITY IS PROVOKED BY PEOPLE IN THE MEDIA AND

  • SPOKESPEOPLE FOR POLITICIANS AND SO ON AND SO FORTH, DEPENDING ON

  • HOW IT CAN SERVE THEM EXPWHRT.

  • >> Stephen: THE FEAR CAN BE COMODDIFIED.

  • THERE IS A WAY TO MAKE MONEY OFF--

  • >> WITHOUT A DOUBT.

  • FEAR IS A CURRENCY.

  • IT ALSO COMES FROM THE FACT THAT WE HEAR ABOUT THINGS THAT SAY

  • WHEN I WAS A CHILD, YOU WOULDN'T NECESSARILY HEAR ABOUT BECAUSE

  • OF THE AMOUNT OF ACCESS THAT THERE IS WITH-- FIRST IT STARTED

  • WITH TELEVISION, AND THEN IT'S ONLY BLOSSOMED WITH THE

  • INTERNET, IF THERE WAS AN ARGUMENT BETWEEN TWO NEIGHBORS

  • SOMEWHERE DECADES AND DECADES AGO, IT WAS BETWEEN THE TWO

  • NEIGHBOR.

  • AND THOSE TWO NEIGHBORS CAN BE COUNTRIES WITH ONE ANOTHER OR

  • COMMUNITIES WITH ONE ANOTHER.

  • IF THERE WAS AN ARGUMENT OR A DISAGREEMENT BETWEEN THE TWO OF

  • THEM, IT WAS BETWEEN THE TWO OF THEM, WITH THE ADVENT OF

  • TELEVISION, SUDDENLY, THIRD PARTIES WERE BROUGHT INTO THE

  • MIX TO TRY AND INFLUENCE AN OUTCOME.

  • >> Stephen: NOW YOU TWEET YOUR ARGUMENT.

  • >> YEAH, AND NOW IT'S-- NOW WITH THE INTERNET, IT'S EXPLODED.

  • >> Stephen: YOU INSTAGRAM HOW THEY RAKED THEIR LEAVES ON TO

  • YOUR PROPERTY.

  • >> YES.

  • >> Stephen: DO YOU DO ANY OF THAT, DO YOU SHARE YOURSELF

  • INTIMATELY ON THE INTERNET, ANYTHING LIKE THAT?

  • >> NO.

  • >> Stephen: I BET YOU'D GET A LOT OF FOLLOWERS IF YOU DID,

  • JAMES SPADER.

  • WOULDN'T YOU FOLLOW HIM?

  • ( APPLAUSE ) I RIGHT NOW, I RIGHT NOW AM THE

  • DEVIL ON YOUR SHOULDER.

  • >> RIGHT.

  • >> Stephen: TELLING YOU TO JOIN THE GREAT SHARING ECONOMY.

  • >> I THINK THE DEVIL PROBABLY HAS MUCH MORE INTERESTING THINGS

  • TO TRY AND MOTIVATE ONE TO DO.

  • >> Stephen: REALLY.

  • >> THAN TWEETING.

  • >> Stephen: I DOUBT A MORE INTERESTING TARGET THAN JAMES

  • SPADER.

  • >> MAYBE.

  • >> Stephen: YOU'D BE QUITE A CATCH FOR OUR INFERNAL FATHER

  • >> WHERE THE TIME COMES FROM -- >> I DON'T HAVE TIME.

  • I DON'T KNOW HOW PEOPLE HAVE TIME FOR ALCOHOL, DRUGS AND

  • AFFAIRS.

  • THERE IS NO TIME FOR THAT.

  • NOT IF YOU HAVE A FULL-TIME JOB.

  • >> ONE HAS TO MAKE TIME FOR CERTAIN THINGS.

  • ( APPLAUSE ).

  • >> Stephen: FAIR ENOUGH.

  • SOUND ADVICE, SOUND VASE, JAMES SPADER.

  • "THE BLACKED LIST IS ON THURSDAY 9:00 P.M. ON NBC AND STREAMING

  • ON NETFLIX.

  • JAMES SPADER, EVERYBODY, WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK.

>> Stephen: WELCOME BACK, EVERYBODY.

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