‘Late, Late Show’ Host Hilariously Takes Shift at LA’s Western Kosher Market (VIDEO)
Late, Late Show host James Corden covered an employee’s shift at a kosher butcher in Los Angeles in the latest installment of his show’s segment “Take a Break.”
The talk show host filled various roles when he took over for a worker at the L.A.-based butcher Western Kosher on a Friday afternoon. While wearing a blue yarmulke, he ringed up customers, butchered meat and drove a forklift. He also made use of Yiddish words like “kvelling,” and wished people a “good Shabbos.”
“I’m not Jewish, but all my friends are so I’m practically kvelling at the thought of being there,” he told one customer who invited him over for a Shabbat dinner.
At one point in the segment Corden starts a Jewish-inspired song and dance with his supervisor at Western Kosher. He later takes the same employee for a spin on the forklift as the worker holds on for his life.
Watch the video of Corden at the kosher butcher below: