Franco called the accusations "not accurate" during a tense interview on 'The Late Show'.
An interview with Ramón Galindo, who has spent the last 60 years developing a ton of inventions.
Although most videos aimed at teaching toddlers to poop in toilets rely on catchy songs to drive their point home, Franco just screams in a bathroom while wearing a T-shirt and baby-blue boxer briefs.
Unfortunately, it's also opened up the divide with impoverished local Spaniards.
It includes everyone from Flannery O'Connor to Tony Kushner to Lorrie Moore.
"I’ve been accused of being ubiquitous, of occupying too much cultural ground."
Do you miss General Franco? Then head to Casa Pepe.
Our 2014 fiction issue features new work by David Mamet, Michel Gondry, James Franco and many others we love.
Many have tried and failed, but maybe I can.