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Adam Driver angrily confronts John Oliver over his bizarre sexual alleys

rethe Sunday night season finale of Last week tonight, after spending considerable time revealing how dangerous Trump’s electoral fraud lies are, host John Oliver opened up about his year-long obsession with a certain Oscar-nominated actor.

“And of course I spent the whole year asking Adam Driver to tear me down. Crush my larynx, big rock, ”Oliver offered.

Then he got a special FaceTime call from… Adam Driver himself, who was, well, Marriage story– angry level all over the bit.

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“Hey, John… listen to me: what are you doing?” This little? That little, that thing that you do that is either sexual or violent, ”he says. “That weird, weird piece that for some reason you drew me to. What is that? When you first started doing it, it was easy for me to ignore the shoulders. But then it just went on and on and on and on. Stop talking. Do you realize over the last year what you have asked me to do to you? “Collapse on your chest. “Tie a square knot with your fingers. “Walk on your throat. “Break your knees. “Pull your heart by the ear. You realize we’re strangers, right? I do not know you. And now random people on the internet stan us. ”

The driver continued, “I’m tired of people stopping me in the street and asking if I’m going to punch a hole in you like a Marriage story Wall! And you know what? You should be ashamed of yourself because you know it was inappropriate.

Unfortunately for Driver, Oliver refused to admit any wrongdoing. “I was having fun having fun,” he said, before adding, “I’m six feet of nasty, spanked bird meat crammed into a suit?

“You’re sorry! I’m trying to make you say you’re sorry, Jesus Christ!” Exclaimed the driver. “You are deeply weird, little, little thing!”

It was hilarious, and it was proof that Driver is a good sport.

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