Franken and Letterman learn that Letterman ‘s prodigious beard is actually a powerful weapon in the struggle to control carbon emissions.
Franken and Letterman take on Trump for having no idea why coal jobs are really disappearing. Then Franken takes on Letterman for using the word ‘igneous ‘.
Franken is impressed that Letterman went to India to find out what the Indians are doing about climate change. But he also wonders, “Dave, when you were in India, why did you seem so stupid? ‘
Franken wants Letterman to hear about a real solution to climate change. Behind Franken ‘s senate office door is just the man to explain it. Hint: he ‘s from “Little Rhody.”
Franken tells Letterman about who is behind a lot of the inaction in Washington on climate change. He calls them Siegfried and Roy, and they have Franken’s Republican colleagues running scared. Who are these guys?
Franken talks about climate change by making an analogy: an overweight heavy smoker wants to find a doctor who will tell him he doesn ‘t have to change his lifestyle at all. The question is, just who is this doctor?