Patricia Arquette Reflects On Her Oscar Win and Being On Our Second Episode

The Late Late Show with James Corden published this video item, entitled “Patricia Arquette Reflects On Her Oscar Win and Being On Our Second Episode” – below is their description.

James welcomes his guests Patricia Arquette, who was on the second ever episode of The Late Late Show, and Ben Schwartz, who is getting Emmy buzz for his performance in “The After Party”. Then, James asks Patricia about how her parents took her as a toddler to a “walking party” where she was allowed to pick an item to signify her future career, and Ben talks about cleaning up trash at UCB Theatre in New York City. And James congratulates Patricia on her hit show “Severance”, which Ben is a huge fan of.

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