John Waters talks about his new book, "Carsick: John Waters Hitchhikes Across America." While hitchhiking, he held up the sign, "I'm Not Psycho," and he still found 21 people to drive him! (Only three out of the 21 knew who he was.) Waters thought he had biases against middle America, "but then I met everyone in the middle of the country who picked me up and they could not have been more diverse and unpredictable in their opinions no matter what their politics were...Most people are good, and people that pick up hitchhikers are always good people. They're trying to help people."

Waters is "tight" with Martin O'Malley, and stated, "I'm going to vote for Hillary or him...It depends who the candidate is." 

Waters also discusses his hometown of Baltimore, noting three different Baltimores: the poor white people, the poor black people and the rich white people. These "make for great bars and scary walks to the car." 

Finally, Waters comments on Caitlyn Jenner's Vanity Fair cover. "I think it's good for transgender, the more you talk about it the more people understand. But he is doing it for reality TV, the lowest form of show business."