Transcript for Bruce Springsteen to Make Acting Debut in Netflix's 'Lilyhammer'
We begin with Bruce Springsteen, the boss about to make his acting debut joining Steven van zandt on the netflix series "Lillehammer." How will his moves translate? I want to point out he was in a film "High fidelity" but playing himself. This marks the first time he's playing a character. The rocker will guest star on the show's third season which films in New York and Norway -- Hard to imagine him as a character. It is hard to imagine because he himself is such a huge character. Can we get past that and not just see the boss. ? Born in the usa". We'll be able to. Was that your air guitar. Ever the life story of Bryce Springsteen. I just entered my own audition. Last night marked the official start of the 2014 NFL season and leave it to jimmy Kimmel to kick off the celebration with a football themed installment of mean tweets. Isn't Steve smith like 50 years old? No, actually I'm 35. Hoping Vernon Davis blows a hamstring tonight. Fingers crossed. That's not nice. Hopefully a ball to your temple will knock the stupid out of you. Michael Strahan's teeth are having a middle school dance with a boy standing on one side of the room and the girls standing on the other. Gets a smile like that. Didn't finish Reading it. That's pretty good. Oh, so great, Michael. We love your smile. We do. And then finally if you grew up in the '70s and '80s you know what I mean when I ask this question, conjunction junction what's your function? Saturday morning. Oh, yeah. ? Conjunction junction what's your function ? I mean, we're all still singing it so many years later. That is "Schoolhouse rock," of course, which I bought for my kids and they were like, mom, what is this? But we love it and the animated short musicals taught us things like how bill becomes a law. And I'm sitting here on capitol hill. That's how I remember singing I during an exam. The classic cartoons that are just the ultimate earworms coming back. It's about time. ABC, we love you for this. One night only, this Sunday on ABC "Grey's anatomy" star Shonda Wilson counting down the schoolhouse cartoons. Check that out airing Sunday night at 7:00 P.M. Animation, you know. Yeah, not the songs. The songs were cool but the animation has evolved. Okay, that was great, Lara.
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