Dec. 7 (UPI) -- Whether he's crashing kickball games, buying cheese or making impromptu rain delay appearances at baseball games, legendary comedian Bill Murray knows how to make an impression. For his Thursday night stint on the "Late Show," Murray blew most celebrity arrivals out of the water in a bit that involved getting kidnapped, shoved into the back of an SUV and eventually stun-gunned by a couple of stoic-faced men in suits.
Murray then sat down for some hot cocoa and a comparatively subdued but adorable chat about Christmas in New York.
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