John Stamos, Kristin Davis Star in Gore Vidal's 'The Best Man'

The actors discuss their Broadway play and beginnings in television.
6:40 | 07/31/12

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Transcript for John Stamos, Kristin Davis Star in Gore Vidal's 'The Best Man'
HELPS HUGGIES DIAPERS STAY IN PLACE LIKE NO OTHER DIAPER. WELCOME BACK. OUR NEXT GUESTS HAVE LIT UP THE SMALL SCREEN FOR YEARS. THEY'RE LIGHTING UP BROADWAY IN "THE BEST MAN" GORE VIDAL'S PRODUCTION. KRISTIN DAVIS AND JOHN STAMOS. HI. HI. HELLO. COME ON. I COULD KISS YOU. HELLO, FRIEND. LAST TIME I SAW YOU, YOU WERE STALKING ME IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD. I WAS. REALLY. SLOWING IN HER TRUCK. WAS THAT TOO MUCH? AT 3:00 IN THE MORNING, YES. IT TURNS OUT. WE LIVE -- WE LIVED IN THE SAME NEIGHBORHOOD WHEN I WAS IN L.A. I USED TO SEE YOU -- SEE ME. WITH BINOCULARS. I'M NOT AFRAID TO SAY I'VE BEEN A FAN OF YOURS FOR A LONG TIME. DO YOU BLAME ME? ALL RIGHT. YOU WERE ONE OF THE CLASSIC, GORGEOUS LEADING MEN OF OUR TIME. I'VE BEEN JUST AS BIG A FAN OF KRISTIN DAVIS'. OH, THAT'S NICE. HAVE YOU SEEN "SEX AND THE CITY "? BECAUSE HE HAS NOT. YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE SHOWS THAT MADE THE OTHER, SOMETHING OF A -- A HOUSEHOLD NAME? I REMEMBER WHEN IT WAS ON YEARS AGO, I WAS FLIPPING AROUND, THEY WERE TALKING ABOUT FUNKY SPUNK OR SPUNKY FUNK. I CHANGED IT. I DID WATCH IT. I PUT IT ON THE OTHER MORNING, YOU WERE NAKED IN A SAUNA. HOW DID YOU AVOID "SEX AND THE CITY "? I WANT TO KNOW WHY A WOMAN DIDN'T GET HIM TO WATCH IT. TELL THEM THE SHOW YOU NEVER WATCHED. "FULL HOUSE." HOW IS THAT POSSIBLE? NOT TO SAY I WAS NOT AWARE OF HIM. I KNEW THERE WAS A HANDSOME, HANDSOME YOUNG MAN. BOB SAGET. I THOUGHT BOTH OF THE TWINS WERE ON THE SHOW. HE SAID, THERE WAS ONE CHILD. I WAS LIKE, OOPS. I DON'T KNOW IF ANYBODY ELSE KNOWS, YOU WERE BOTH ON "GENERAL HOSPITAL." WE DIDN'T KNOW EITHER. YEARS APART. OR I WOULD HAVE BEEN FOLLOWING HIM AROUND THE HALLS. AS I DID IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD. OH, LOOK, OH, LOOK, LOOK, LOOK. YEAH. WILL THERE IT IS. THE LOST FOOTAGE. THAT'S NOT ME. THAT'S NOT JOHN. OH, MY GOSH. YOU'RE A CHILD. IT WAS LIKE A DEAD CROW WAS ON MY HEAD OR SOMETHING. BUT IT WORKED FOR YOU THOUGH. I WILL SAY, BEING -- SITTING NEXT TO JOHN, IT'S THE MOST EMASCULATING THING I HAVE EVER DONE. LOOK HOW GOOD YOU ARE. YOU'RE GOOD ON THIS SHOW. GO ON. YOU'RE BETTER ON ESPN, BUT YOU'RE GOOD HERE. AW. OH, NO, NO, NO. I MISS THE ESPN. THIS SHOW IS REALLY GREAT. CONGRATULATIONS. THANK YOU. NOW, WE HAVE TAKEN UP THE WHOLE INTERVIEW BY KISSING -- ALL DAY. YOU'RE GREAT, YOU'RE GREAT, YOU'RE GREAT. WE HAVE TO SELL TICKETS. YOU PLAY A POLITICAL COUPLE. TELL US ABOUT YOUR CHARACTERS. WE'RE EXTREMELY AMBITIOUS. WE'RE GOING TO GET YOU. WE'RE GOING TO COME AND GET YOU WHICH EVER WAY WE HAVE TO. WE HAVE FUN TOGETHER. WE'RE THE FUN COUPLE. RIGHT? YES. IT'S A GOOD TIME. CAN WE HEAR THE ACCENT? OH, MY GOSH. I'M FROM SOUTH CAROLINA. YOU TRAINED TO LOSE THE ACCEPT AND THEN I GOT FULL PERMISSION TO GO FOR IT. JOHN DOES HIS OWN ACCENT. MINE IS SORT OF ITALIAN. I KEEP WORKING ON IT. I GET IN THE SHOW. IT'S GONE. AND THEN I KRANG IT BACK UP. I SOUND LIKE GOMER PYLE. I SAID, YOU'RE GOING TO GET THE SURPRISE OF YOUR LIFE. I SOUND LIKE GOMER PYLE. YOU DO NOT. IT'S REALLY FUNNY. I THINK THE SHOW HAS BEEN SOLD AS POLITICS AND MAYBE A MATURE AUDIENCE. IT'S UNIVERSAL HUMAN THEMES LIKE BEING GOOD TO ONE ANOTHER AND MORAL COMPASS. THE WAY WE LIVE OUR LIFE. THE CAST. UNBELIEVABLE. ORUN THE CAST. JAMES EARL JONES. SCOTT BAIO. ELIZABETH ASHLEY. JOHN LARROQUETTE. AS A NEW MOM, SOMEWHAT THE EIGHT PERFORMANCES A WEEK? I GET TO BE WITH HER ALL DAY, I DO THE SHOW WHEN SHE'S ASLEEP. IT'S REALLY NOT BAD. OH, THERE SHE IS. THE FLAG, YEAH. AND SHE COMES TO THE THEATER WHEN WE DO TWO SHOWS. SHE SEES JOHN AND STAIRS AT JAMES EARL. SHE LOVES JAMES. IT'S GREAT. IT'S GREAT. IT'S TRUE. IT'S GREAT. IT'S A WARM AND SUPPORTIVE CAST. WE WANT TO THANK YOU SO MUCH. WE'RE NEIGHBORS. WE'RE GOING TO COME OVER AND SEE YOU. TOMORROW. IF YOU NEED TO BORROW A CUP OF SUGAR, YOU KNOW WHERE WE ARE. AND I KNOW WHERE YOU ARE, JOHN. QUICK. HOW DOES IT COMPARE TO THE "BYE BYE BIRDIE'S" AND YOUR PAST WORK? I'M MORE TIRED AT THE END. I'M SO EXHAUSTED. JAMES EARL SAID, MAG NEGATIVITY IS HARD. I LIE TO PEOPLE ON THE STAGE. BUT NOT ME. COME ON, NOW. IT'S BEEN, THIS HAS BEEN THE THRILL OF HI LIFE. I THINK IT'S HER FIRST TIME ON BROADWAY. SHE'S DOING AMAZING. I REALLY MEAN THAT. THANK YOU. BUT -- I THINK YOU'LL ATTEST, IT'S ABSOLUTELY LIFE-CHANGING. EVERY SHOW YOU DO, TALKING ABOUT THE OTHER SHOWS. IT CHANGES YOUR LIFE IN THE BEST POSSIBLE WAY. IT'S SO ALIVE. IT'S GORE VIDAL'S "THE BEST MAN." COME TO BROADWAY AND SEE IT. KRISTEN AND JOHN, THANK YOU. MUCH MORE HERE ON THE

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