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douglas seron a little while ago. he's already saved more than 30 animals that were trapped in the rubble. he does it by using that, that drone that's equipped with an infrared camera that can easily spot animals. that's incredible. you can see the animals down below. he didn't come back to oakland empty-handed. he actually adopted the very first dog he ever saved on the island. there's the dog right there. and there's theron. >> that's some wonderful work. >> that's a great guy. that's dedicated work. as we head into thursday what are we looking at? >> yes, for thursday -- i said thursday twice and then i said wednesday -- >> see, you knew it in the back of your head. >> okay. slight chance of an overnight shower but we really clear out all the way through thursday. >> thursday. >> enjoy it. >> thursday. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon."
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tonight, join jimmy and his guests - lupita nyong'o dane cook, jay sinatraa won and matthew 'super' delisi musical guest, the avett brothers and featuring the legendary roots crew >> questlove: 1135 >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: thank you very much, that's a hot crowd welcome, everybody, welcome to "the tonight show. you're here. [ cheers and applause you made it.
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thank you for being here what a show we have for you tonight. lupita nyong'o is here [ cheers and applause dane cook is here. [ cheers and applause jay won and matthew delisi are here [ cheers and applause and the avett brothers are here [ cheers and applause and i'm sorry, but after reading that, we're already out of time. good night, everyone [ light laughter ] let's get to some news here, guys today a federal judge ordered president trump to turn over eight years of his tax returns i'm not saying it's bad, but right now trump's accountant is climbing over his border wall into mexico. >> steve: really [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: well, people are still talking about the impeachment. i saw that trump said it's a a bad thing to have on his resume [ light laughter ] the only thing worse than having impeachment on your resume, is having rudy giuliani as your only reference [ laughter ] i kind of like the idea of trump even having a resume though i'm pretty sure under skills, all it would say is,
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"can type over 50 tweets per minute." [ laughter ] trump's never really even needed a resume. the only one he's ever made is a note to his dad which said, "i your son, me want job." [ laughter ] it's almost too real it's almost too real meanwhile, nancy pelosi spoke in south carolina this weekend, and had had a message for trump regarding impeachment. she was pretty proud take a look at this. >> donald, you used to own a a casino you know the house always wins [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: trump was like, not true, my casinos were a massive failure. [ laughter ] but trump caused more -- [ light laughter ] trump caused more controversy today when he announced a new middle east policy sent some pretty crazy tweets about it, too. in one he said, "if turkey does anything that i in my great and unmatched wisdom consider to be off limits i will destroy and obliterate the economy of turkey, i've
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done before. [ laughter ] and trump said, "and if turkey really acts up, i won't pardon them on thanksgiving." [ light laughter ] oh, i saw that vladimir putin spent his birthday weekend hiking with a friend in the siberian mountains putin said it was relaxing, while his friend called it the scariest 48 hours of his life. [ light laughter ] "go on, drink from canteen good for you." "i'm good man. [ light laughter ] going on a hike with putin is basically the start of every episode of russian "dateline." [ light laughter ] well, i have some good news. starting today, the mcrib is back at mcdonalds. that's right [ cheers and applause apparently customers were asking for an alternative meat option and mcdonald's was like, done, here you go. [ light laughter ] not quite sure what this is. this is very nice, mattel just released a new judge barbie. check it out yeah it's fun, but also a little weird when you walk in on your daughter being like, "i sentence you to life without parole
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get in the hole, scumbag." [ light laughter ] hey get this, over the weekend a woman managed to board a a delta flight without a a boarding pass or i.d it wasn't that hard, actually. another passenger just had to say, "this is my emotional support woman. [ light laughter ] oh, this made me laugh a couple is going viral for having a number of things go wrong while trying to reveal the gender of their baby take a look at this. >> yeah hit it, hit hit it hard oh not her -- oh no! [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, my god what >> jimmy: great, now they'll never know [ light laughter ] the kid's not even born, and the parents are already embarrassing it. [ light laughter ] and finally, this is going viral. a squirrel ended up in a a woman's house, so she used a a broom to try to push it out the window unfortunately, things did not go the way she planned >> go, squirrel.
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[ screaming [ laughter and applause >> jimmy: the squirrel didn't leave the house, but it did lose its hearing [ light laughter ] i'm being told that until that squirrel is caught, the mcrib is no longer available [ laughter and applause guys, we have a great show, give it up for the roots, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: we have got a fun show tonight lupita nyong'o is here [ cheers and applause that's the new book, right there. dane cook is here, jay "sinatraa" won and matthew "super" delisi are here [ cheers and applause and we got great music i love them so much. the avett brothers are here tonight, there's the album [ cheers and applause "closer than together" is the name of the album. every time they come on, they
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just sound so good i love the avett brothers. i saw -- speaking of good music, i saw madonna last night in brooklyn at bam did you see it yet >> questlove: thursday, i'm gonna see it >> jimmy: you see it thursday? it is fantastic. she always changes the set up. it looks like a smaller venue for madonna, she does stadiums and stuff. it was like, maybe like, 2,000 people or something like that and it was intimate, projection, crazy choreography she does this whole thing, you know, she does madam x she wears an eye patch so she's doing that. she's madam x, so she's all these different people she's a spy. and at one point she's typing on a typewriter and it's like - [ imitating typewriter ] and turns. and then people start marching out. and i was like -- it was so rad and awesome. if you get a chance to go see madonna, she's on tour it's fantastic guys, whenever i get some down time here at the show, i like to go through instagram and scroll through all the photos. >> steve: really >> jimmy: yeah [ light laughter ] and one thing i've noticed is that a lot of times, two people will write the exact same caption, but the pictures they post will be different
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i'll show you what i mean in this next segment. it's time for "picture this. here we go ♪ ♪ picture thi picture this picture this yeah picture this ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: let's take a look at this first example barack obama and president trump both wrote the caption "power couple. let's see the pictures they posted obama posted a photo of him and michelle [ cheers and applause trump posted a picture of a combination pizza hut, taco bell [ laughter and applause it is powerful >> steve: that is a powerful couple >> jimmy: next one is a caption from target and walmart. they both wrote, "don't forget to have this on when you visit our store. target posted a picture of their rewards card walmart posted a picture of pants. [ laughter and applause >> steve: they're handy, yeah. >> jimmy: make sure you wear -- always forget. >> steve: unless they're half off. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: here's one - here's one from kim kardashian and mike pence they both wrote, "can't wait to move in soon." kim posted a picture of her
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ranch in wyoming pence posted a picture of the oval office. [ laughter and applause moving on, here's one from kay jewelers and staples they both wrote, "it's worth spending a month's salary on this." kay jewelers posted a picture of an engagement ring. staples posted a picture of a printer ink cartridge. >> steve: wow. [ laughter and applause >> jimmy: $200 >> steve: i'll just buy a new printer. >> jimmy: this caption is from selena gomez and mall of america. they both wrote, "it's been abandoned for years now. selena posted a picture of a a spooky haunted house the mall of america posted a a picture of a spookier forever 21 >> steve: wow. [ laughter and applause right. that's scary >> jimmy: here's one from joaquin phoenix and eric trump they both wrote, "this is my best work in years and the highlight of my career." joaquin posted a picture of the joker. eric posted a picture of a a finger painting of a pumpkin [ laughter and applause >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: he's getting better. >> steve: yeah, he's getting better at it >> jimmy: here's the last one here
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taylor swift and fox news both wrote, "you need to calm down. taylor posted a picture of her music video. fox news posted a picture of rudy giuliani. >> steve: oh [ laughter and applause >> jimmy: that's all the time we have for picture this we'll be right back with lupita nyong'o, everybody. come on! [ cheers and applause ♪ when i think of what my imagination looks like... [laughs] i mean, wow. ♪ the surface is a tool that helps me realize beautiful ideas. ♪ a more rewarding target run. with deals & surprises... it's free to join! you'll score more.
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: our first guest is an oscar-winning actress, who you know from "12 years a slave", "black panther" and "us. she's also written a children's book called "sulwe" that is available for preorder now ladies and gentlemen, please welcome lupita nyong'o [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: i love having you here welcome back you look great >> thank you thank you. >> jimmy: could we just run down everything that's happened to you since you were last on our show >> hmm-mm. >> jimmy: you won an oscar for
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"12 years a slave. [ cheers and applause >> not bad >> jimmy: yeah, not bad. you were in a couple of small films, "star wars" and "black panther." you got a tony nomination. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: for your -- yeah and then probably most important, your name is now a beyonce lyric. >> i mean, yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, come on. [ laughter ] >> that's it >> jimmy: how fun is that? "brown skin girl." she says, "she needs an oscar for that pretty dark skin. pretty like lupita when the cameras close in." come on! [ cheers and applause i love it! now how do you hear about that does beyonce call you and give you a heads up >> no! queen bey does not tell anyone anything [ light laughter ] no, i was in london and i was doing a press junket for a a documentary i did called "warrior women." and the first journalist is just interviewing me, and she says, "how do you feel now that you're a beyonce lyric?" and i was like, "what are you talking about? she was like, "really? it dropped this morning. you don't know?" and i was like, "no, i don't know
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what are you talking about?" "oh, my god. am i the first person to tell you? and i was like, "yes, you are. [ english accent ] >> jimmy: "you're an absolute lyric right. [ laughter ] yeah, it's madness." >> she was so chuffed. >> jimmy: yeah but you're also, i found out, you're a jay-z lyric as well >> i am, yes >> jimmy: what's going on with this - [ cheers and applause they're obsessed what's going on with the carters? >> i don't know. i love the carters and they seem to love me. i'm not mad. >> jimmy: do you like anyone better which song do you like >> oh, no, i couldn't do that. >> jimmy: you couldn't choose. >> i couldn't choose between the two, no. >> jimmy: i've heard you rap before you rap. what do you rap under? a different name, right? >> yes >> jimmy: who are you? >> troublemaker. >>my: ah [ light laughter ] that's what i'm talking about, yeah, troublemaker i -- would you - could you give us a little sample of a rap? >> i mean -- ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: come on. >> well, the thing - okay, the thing about troublemaker, first of all, i was baptized troublemaker by
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common so i feel like it's legit. >> jimmy: wow. >> and um -- and it's something i do in a a car, i need a car. but, okay, if i had a mic, like a mic. and every respectable -- oh! [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: we always have -- we have so many microphones whichever one you want to use. >> yeah, a respectable emcee has that but also, one of the things i have to have as troublemaker is shades so -- oh, my god [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: just give us a taste just a taste >> oh, my goodness okay, only if the roots will join me. [ cheers ] ♪ oh, boy. oh, boy. ♪ that's a dope beat okay hold up. ♪ ♪ troublemaker in the building hey ♪ [ cheers ] ♪ i feel some bars coming bars comin oh oh ♪ ♪ much love to the carter hova and beyonce
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they always big me u in a big way ♪ ♪ i'm a brown skin girl so that means a lo hov said we made i got an oscar for my pops ♪ ♪ much love to jimm and the root 'cause they hot ♪ ♪ wrote a book abou self lov "sulwe" 'bout to drop ♪ ♪ october 15t on time the cloc better go to commercia or these bars won't stop ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh, yes! hey, you can do it yes! that was amazing troublemaker oh, i love it. [ cheers and applause come on. song of the summer let's see more troublemaker. i love it, pal thank you for doing that >> i'm a one hit wonder. >> jimmy: no, i loved that >> thank you >> jimmy: did you used to do that -- do you do that on set? do you perform all the time? >> i'm a fraud >> jimmy: you are a fraud. >> i mean, i feel like in my past life -- i'm supposed to be a rapper. [ light laughter ] but i'm not. >> jimmy: you're not >> so i just -- i do it for
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fun. i like to play a rapper. but i'm really not one >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah i thought that was fantastic you were telling me, because i was like, "us" is the scariest thing i've ever seen ever. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you do that movie and i go, how do you keep it light on set >> oh. okay, so winston duke was like the king of dad jokes. [ light laughter ] and so he would tell these awful, awful dad jokes and then shahadi, who played my daughter, she had quite a respectable cannon hers were always a little more funny. and evan was lame too. [ laughter ] and so -- but i had nothing to share. so what i'd do to unwind in the evening, after a day of shooting, is i would scour the internet for dad jokes and i would save them on my phone. and then, like, refer to them while we were on set and be like, "oh, oh, i just came up with this one. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: did you have a a favorite dad joke? what's a good one? >> okay. did you hear about the
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kidnapping in the park >> jimmy: no >> he was very tired [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: oh, kid napping. kid napping. >> yes >> jimmy: that's a good one. i have one >> okay. >> jimmy: okay, i think i have one. what's harry potter's favorite way to go down a hill? >> what? >> jimmy: walking. [ light laughter ] j.k. rowling [ laughter and applause come on. that's pretty good, right? that's all right it gets there. [ laughter ] it's a two step. you usually leave the room, you go, walking. and then you come back and go, j.k! rowling! [ laughter ] let's talk about this book, by the way. >> yes >> jimmy: i loved it, by the way. it is fantastic. "sulwe." tell me what this is about it's basically about you, right? >> yeah, it's a liberal autobiography, really. it's about this girl called sulwe.
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"sulwe" means star in my mother tongue, luo. and she's born the darkest in her family and the darkest in her school and she's very uncomfortable with her skin and wants to go about changing it. but then, a magical night, through the night sky, changes her mind and she learns how to love herself [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: it's beautiful it's a beautiful story [ applause ] did you do what this girl does too? she tries to eat lighter foods, to change her skin color >> yeah, yeah. my thing -- i gave a speech at the "essence" women in hollywood back in 2014 about my journey with dealing with colorism and prejudice and all that one of the things i spoke about was, i would pray to god every night for lighter skin, because my mom told me god performs miracles so, i thought, "oh, well, here's one for me. give me some light skin. i had a younger sister who was much lighter and so every morning i would wake up and run to the mirror and see whether he answered my
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prayer i would always be so disappointed that's one of the things that sulwe does in this book. >> jimmy: you think about that i have kids now, so i am extra sensitive to bullying, or any of that stuff now. for every kid, not just my kid, every kid. i think this is such a great book for everyone to read. if anyone is dealing with this stuff, just love yourself and you're good. >> yeah! and it's also for people who don't know about colorism to get to know about it you know, it's a mirror for dark skinned girls to see themselves specifically because i didn't have that growing up and i wanted to kind of use the pain that i felt for it to be my weapon, my gift you know but also for other people who might not know, i hope that this book is a window into understanding what people that may not be like you can go through. but ultimately, the message is, that the most important thing is to love yourself before anything else. >> jimmy: that's great
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i think you're gonna change a lot of lives with it [ cheers and applause lupita nyong'o, everybody. [ cheers and applause "sulwe" is available for preorder now "little monsters," by the way. >> oh, yes >> jimmy: i didn't talk about "little monsters." you're in another scary movie. >> yes >> jimmy: you have to stop making these scary movies. >> this one's not scary, this one's way more funny than scary. it's got zombies it's got ukuleles. it's got children. it's got animals >> jimmy: zombies and ukuleles, i'm sold >> yeah. and it's got terrible language, so please, it's not for children, despite the fact that it has children in it. >> jimmy: okay "little monsters" is out this week more with lupita after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ here's another cleaning tip from mr. clean. cleaning tough bathroom and kitchen messes with sprays and wipes can be a struggle. there's an easier way. try mr. clean magic eraser. just wet, squeeze and erase tough messes like bathtub soap scum...
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♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: welcome back, everyone we're hanging out with lupita nyong'o right here.
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[ cheers and applause now, lupita, you've acted in all sorts of rolls so that means you're in touch with many emotions so i want to see just how emotional we can get >> okay. >> jimmy: it's time for an emotional interview. [ cheers and applause ♪ emotional interview >> jimmy: now here's how it works. we're going to have a normal conversation with each other except every so often we're going to hear this "ding" sound. [ ding ] and when we hear that, we'll be given an emotional situation that we have to act out as we keep talking >> okay. >> jimmy: sound good >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right, here we go it's the first week of october do you already have halloween plans? [ ding ] >> why are you asking? >> jimmy: why are you asking >> i'm asking -- you can -- why would you do that? >> jimmy: it's halloween do you dress up? right? is that what you do? do you get candy >> do you dress up >> jimmy: do you get can - [ laughter ] you get candy, right >> is that like a code word for something else [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you give candy or
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do you get candy >> i - i take it. >> jimmy: yeah [ laughter ] [ ding ] yeah you do, you take it? [ laughter ] >> i can't believe it. >> jimmy: i know, there's all sort of candies. you get -- chocolate bars? >> chocolate bars? >> jimmy: ah >> i love chocolate bars >> jimmy: i love it, too >> what kind do you love >> jimmy: i love -- i love hershey bars >> oh, my goodness that's one of my favorites >> jimmy: oh, my god are you serious? >> oh, my goodness you say "serious." >> jimmy: oh, my gosh! i said the word "serious." >> oh, my god -- [ ding ] you said "serious. >> jimmy: i've never said that before but i'm good at being serious. [ laughter ] and i'm focused and i'm a team player >> yeah, so am i [ laughter ] i think i'm very eligible for halloween. [ laughter ] and -- >> jimmy: i can wear all sorts of costumes if you - or not - none if you don't want me to wear a costume [ light laughter ] i'm flexible - [ ding ] either way and - [ laughter ] if i -
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if i dress up -- [ light laughter ] if i dress up -- >> go ahead. >> jimmy: if i dress up as spongebob. >> oh, my gosh [ laughter ] spongebob? >> jimmy: yeah, if i dress up - >> you know, i just -- i just need a second [ laughter ] because i can't believe it, that i'm here with you and i just - oh, my god don't touch me right now [ laughter ] [ ding ] >> jimmy: you don't want me to touch you? [ laughter ] >> i just feel like maybe it wouldn't be right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, i thought, like, maybe you were, like, getting, you know, too emotional about the holiday. so maybe >> yeah -- >> jimmy: i just thought maybe i could comfort you. >> that's possible but, you know, i feel like sometimes you should ask maybe [ laughter ] before - [ ding ] >> jimmy: do i have to because when - in this society, 2019. [ laughter ] you know, men, women, are they the same do they get paid the same? no, that's not fair. how about this [ laughter ] switch roles how about walk a mile in my
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shoes. maybe for a weekend? no, literally, get in my shoes [ laughter ]>> bause there are t 75,000 people that we know of on this block alone who do not have shoes [ laughter ] and -- [ ding ] >> jimmy: well, la-dee-da. [ laughter ] [ ding ] that's it right there. [ cheers and applause that was fun ♪ that was an emotional interview with lupita nyong'o. her new children's book "sulwe" is available now for pre-order [ cheers and applause we'll be right back with more "tonight show", everybody. come on back [ cheers and applause ♪ i can't believe it. what? that our new house is haunted by casper the friendly ghost? hey jill! hey kurt! movies? i'll get snacks! no, i can't believe how easy it was to save hundreds of dollars
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>> jimmy: our next guest is currently on his nationwide stand-up comedy tour called "tell it like it is. for dates and ticket information, go to please welcome, the very funny dane cook. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: come on. dane cook. >> yes >> jimmy: welcome back how are you, buddy >> well, la-dee-da [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, la-dee-da. >> see what i did there? >> jimmy: welcome back i'm happy you're here. how are you feeling? >> it's so good to be back i feel great >> jimmy: yeah >> i feel -- you know what i feel great, but can i just -- can i get right into something that's been on my mind lately? >> jimmy: sure, of course. >> i'm 47, jimmy and -- can i call you "jimmy"? >> jimmy: yeah >> okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i hope so, yeah. >> well, i know you as "fallon", for years. >> jimmy: yeah, i guess so yeah >> remember? oh, i was -- but, jimmy - >> jimmy: yeah >> call me "dane," by the way. >> jimmy: okay, good [ light laughter ] >> at 47, and just, like, very recently, i just - i started --
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i feel like i'm losing my looks. >> jimmy: no >> yeah, yeah, yeah. like, that thing will happen to me sometimes where i'll wake up in the morning and i'm excited and ready. but my face is like, "hey, i'm going to sleep for another hour." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay, i got you. >> right and, like, i'm walking around like a shar-pei for, like, 40 minutes i look like gary oldman in "bram stoker's dracula." [ laughter ] i try to get up and i'm like -- i'm trying to like massage life into my face - >> jimmy: massage life into your face. >> for like 40 minutes here. and it's weird, like, weird things are happening like, this nipple stays hard all the time >> jimmy: okay, that's interesting. [ laughter ] >> i don't know. >> jimmy: that's something you should see a doctor -- >> and then i get scared the penis -- i can say "penis," right? >> jimmy: sure, i mean, you just did yeah you're scared of it? >> i'm scared because it's sometimes -- i'm fine i'm okay [ laughter ] but every once in a while if - you know the scene in, like, the boxing movie where the hero boxer gets knocked out and everyone's freaked out that's kind of - i have those moments where i'm like, "come on, baby come on, get up. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, all right >> "get up don't do this to me! breathe, baby, come on!" >> jimmy: come on, champ >> "no, get up, one more." it gets up, but it kinds of
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gets up like the boxer in those movies right? it's like -- [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: your girlfriend must love that. [ laughter ] i met her backstage. she's very nice, by the way. >> yeah, she's wonderful we get a little -- we've been together for a bit i love her, i'm in love. it's not funny, but i'm in love [ audience aws ] yeah oh, that's really sweet. thank you. >> jimmy: yeah [ laughter ] >> the thing about love is it's not good for comedy. you know >> jimmy: no >> it's -- there's not a lot of - you know, when you say like, "oh, i just have a great compassionate relationship and we have communication. where people get a little bit persnickety, sometimes with the relationship, is i'm 47, she's 20 >> jimmy: oh [ audience ohs ] >> oh, thank you, that was - [ laughter ] that was the best laugh of approval i've ever heard [ laughter ] here's the thing about it, and i'm just going to say this, so that i can say that -- you know, i know she's backstage and suff i look at her, she's the kindest, sweetest -- i love her and you know what? every once in a while, i think
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to myself, "man, i don't even deserve this kind of girl. and then once in a while i'll say to myself, "you know what? where've you been all my life? and then i realize she wasn't alive for the first 28 years of it [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we starred in a comedy together years ago. >> we really did >> jimmy: how long have you been doing this? 30 years >> 29 -- yeah, 30 years next year >> jimmy: wow. >> what about you? >> jimmy: i think it's almost the same i was with you we were, like, in the same class. >> we were always, like, on gigs passing each other. >> jimmy: yeah >> it was either like, "oh, we just had fallon last week. or, "he's coming in after. so we kind of were always like - >> jimmy: i would always see your headshots on the comedy club walls >> yeah. headshots. you know, the pictures that we use early in our careers there's a few interesting ones floating around for sure >> jimmy: i found a couple [ laughter ] you got to just walk me through this dude, this is awesome. what was going on with this guy? [ laughter ] what are you doing who is this? >> what isn't going on with this guy [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what is he - what is going on was that a move that you did >> i -- first of all, did i just come out of a genie lamp?
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> i'm gg wies i'm wearing a casio watch. >> jimmy: i mean -- what i love it, though. that's -- you look like you're in a boy band. >> and then -- look at my -- look at that hair. oh, my goodness. that hair should have come with a breeze constantly. [ light laughter ] i just needed, like -- wow. >> jimmy: no, here's -- this one is my favorite one >> oh, no. >> jimmy: i don't even remember this one this one i just found. >> what a date oh, okay >> jimmy: this one >> ooh [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it says, "don't follow your dreams, run with them." [ laughter ] what - what inspired you? did someone make you do that i mean - >> i think that was on like a "bazooka joe" comic or something. and i was like - [ laughter ] but that is -- >> jimmy: by the way - >> oh, my, look at that. >> jimmy: that's your comedy headshot >> that was my -- that was my comedy headshot. i got right out shower and - >> jimmy: yeah >> i went right to the photo shoot. yikes. a lot of tank tops back then >> jimmy: i found one of my -- my earliest -- my early headshot >> that's right. i said, "if you are going to do this, then we should maybe make it even fair." >> jimmy: here's my first headshot doesn't that just scream - [ laughter ] doesn't that scream funny?
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[ laughter ] it looks like i'm lost like this should be on a milk carton somewhere [ laughter ] >> you look -- >> jimmy: "have you seen this boy? >> you look like the first guy in "dateline" that they make you think is going to be the killer [ laughter ] but he's ultimately just a good guy in the neighborhood. >> jimmy: why would i do this? why would i -- >> i don't know! why wouldn't we do this? >> jimmy: that's not funny at all. >> why would i do this >> jimmy: why would we do this [ laughter ] we became this look at you, buddy you're back on tour again. what - >> it feels great. >> jimmy: this is your tenth tour >> honestly, it just -- it feels like it's just been nonstop. it's been just an amazing undergoing this year >> jimmy: you did radio city about a month ago. >> i did >> jimmy: sold that out. how does that feel that's got to feel great >> you know, many nights walking by there, you know, new york gigs. and you'd always look up and see that marquee >> jimmy: legendary. >> and, you know, i remember one night just being out there and having that moment, i'd look up. and i remember a homeless guy, like, 10 feet away from me was, like, crapping in his hands. and it was just -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: beautiful moment beautiful memory >> it brings back so much. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you got to go on the marquee. i love this story. 'cause it makes --
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>> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: here's you standing on the marquee >> yeah. >> jimmy: pointing at your name, and that's a great moment right there. but then, tell everyone what happened when this photo was taken. >> they were like cool enough to ask me if i want to come out and take a picture up there. which, of course, i was blown away by that i was so moved and then i went out there and i'm standing on the radio city music hall marquee you know and i'm having this dream come true moment. and i see all the people kind of gathering and taking pictures and the tallest guy on the corner looked up at me and when i looked down, he goes, "who the hell are you? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: take you right back down to normal >> i went -- >> jimmy: yeah, he went, "hello." [ applause ] you remember this guy, right buddy, i love having you on. [ cheers and applause please -- dane cook. for ticket information for "tell it like it is," go to more "tonight show" after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ shishito. burrito. raw kitfo.
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[ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: our next guests helped bring their "overwatch" team to victory last week, and became the 2019 overwatch league champions. from the san francisco shock, please welcome jay "sinatraa" won and matthew "super" dilisi [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪
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>> jimmy: look at that holy moley what - can i see the -- can i see the trophy >> yeah. >> it's a little heavy if you want to pick it up >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> that's like 40 pounds >> jimmy: is it? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's legit this is the best trophy i've ever seen in my life [ laughter ] how cool is that >> yeah. >> jimmy: how did it feel? >> it's crazy. before walking on the stage, literally, 12,000 people, i literally couldn't feel a thing in my body, like arms, legs. >> jimmy: oh, my god 12,000 people -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: came to watch you play >> yeah. >> jimmy: look at this, the wells fargo center look at all these people and explain to everyone what "overwatch" is, if people don't know what that is? >> yeah, so, basically, in a a nutshell, "overwatch" is a a six versus six team-based action game by blizzard entertainment and the main goal of the game is to get different objectives across various maps, using a a variety of different heroes.
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>> yeah, on top of that, like, overwatch league is what we're in and it's basically like a -- it's like a franchise sports league, essentially. >> jimmy: yeah >> it's kind of like the nfl, nba. like, we go traveling to asia, like, europe, and stuff like that we have home games, away games >> jimmy: is "overwatch" big in other countries? >> yeah, it's huge in china and asia, in general >> jimmy: wow. yeah it's just growing. >> jimmy: how old are you guys >> i'm 19. >> we're both 19 >> yeah. >> jimmy: 19, wow. and you're professional gamers >> yeah. >> jimmy: was it hard to convince your parents that this is a legit job >> yeah. [ laughter ] it was very hard i waited until christmas time, actually because i want to - [ laughter ] yeah >> jimmy: you thought that it'd make it easier >> yeah, i wanted them to be more willing, you know because it was a huge step -- i would have to move across -- >> jimmy: you waited for the holidays you're like -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: "you can't kick me out of the house now, mom. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah >> yeah. >> yeah. i mean, for me, like - the big thing was, i would always stay up late, and you know, i'd be screaming in the house. it's like, 1:00 a.m., 2:00 a.m my parents are coming in the room on school nights like, "can you go to bed like, can you stop speaking? >> jimmy: yeah >> but, basically, when i got my first esports contract, my dad had to co-sign it because i was under 18
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and i explained to him, like, what esports was the first thing he does, looks up "esports," he finds a a "forbes" article about, you know, the growth of esports. and he reads about it and he lets me do it. >> jimmy: that helped him, yeah >> yeah. >> jimmy: because he knew what "forbes" was >> right, right, exactly >> jimmy: he's like, "i don't- [ laughter ] i don't know what esports is, but i know what 'forbes' is" yeah >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah and so now, do you travel with the team, or what? >> yeah. >> jimmy: like, what is life like like you wake up in the morning, and do you train? >> yeah, currently we just wake up and we play, like, 8 to 12 hours a day i mean, like, 8 hours with the team, including like vod review and stuff like that. and then we want to work on our mechanics, like, individually, so we're playing, like, extra time after so it's like 12 hours a day. >> yeah, i think, like, the easiest way to explain to people is, like, you if you compare it to an nfl team, they have their team practice, their scrimmages, their -- game tape, stuff they go over but then -- individually, they do, like, weight training, to keep their physical performance up and their strength up e and that's kind of what the individual performance is for us we, like, we make sure our movement is still good and our aim is still good. >> jimmy: wow, and then --
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individually train so how many hours, like, a day are you playing? >> i play personally maybe, like, 10, 11, 12 hours [ laughter ] >> jimmy: holy crap. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> it's a lot. >> it's around there, yeah >> jimmy: help people how much -- is it fun? >> yeah. >> yeah. [ laughter ] i mean - >> it gets kind of tiring. >> jimmy: yeah >> like, because we have to compete to be the best, so it gets -- it gets tiring because it's, like, intense practice we're not, like, playing just casually, you know we're playing, like, to practice ourselves >> jimmy: what advice would you give to anyone out there that wants to be a pro gamer. >> yeah, i mean, like, i consider it like an extracurricular. like, most parents wouldn't let their kids play football or baseball in school if they were failing or, you know, doing terrible in all their classes. so i just try to say, like, stay on top your responsibilities you know, be -- be a smart person about it. but if it is something that you're really into and you're really passionate about, then i would say give it a shot >> yeah, but on top of that, i would also say you have to grind a lot, because you're competing with millions of players that want to be pro, that want to be best so you have to put a lot of time, like, eight hours a day, while balancing your life with it so it's pretty hard. >> jimmy: congratulations,
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guys, i appreciate it. >> thank you >> jimmy: thank you so much for coming on. >> thank you >> jimmy: jay "sinatraa" won and matthew "super" delisi [ cheers and applause the avett brothers perform after the break. stick around, everybody. this thing is awesome. [ cheers and applause ♪ tv just keeps getting better.
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: performing "tell the truth", from their new album, "closer than together.
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please welcome the avett brothers [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ tell the trut to yoursel and the rest will fall in place ♪ ♪ tell the trut to yoursel and the rest wil fall in place ♪ ♪ i lied to the docto i lied to my lover i wanna make amend but where do i start ♪
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♪ tell the truth to yoursel and the rest wil fall in plac tell the truth to yourself ♪ ♪ and the rest will fall in place ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ tell the truth to yoursel tell the truth ♪ >> i could make my mother, my father, my sister, my brother, my lover, my neighbor, my friends all happy.
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give of myself whatever they ask. without this single truth, it is only emptiness that i cast. a happiness that will not last but i'm not here for that. for what does happiness help without this single truth given to myself. ♪ i am the coward i that strangled your hear i wanna make amend but where do i start ♪ ♪ tell the truth to yoursel and the rest will fall in place tell the truth ♪ ♪ to yourself and the rest wil
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fall in plac tell the truth ♪ ♪ to yourself and the rest wil fall in plac tell t truth ♪ ♪ to yourself and the rest wil fall in place ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: the avett brothers "closer than together" is out now. my thanks to lupita nyong'o, dane cook, jay sinatraa won and matthew super delisi, the avett brothers and the roots from philadelphia, pennsylvania [ cheers and applause stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers. thank you for watching have a great night i hope to see you tomorrow bye-bye, everybody [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪
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