tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC August 21, 2015 11:34pm-12:38am EDT
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and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 318, louisiana! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! that's what i'm talking about. feel the love, hey, everybody, welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show." thank you very much for being here, everybody. you're part of the show, you're here right now. this is "the tonight show." this is it. you're here. welcome. [ cheers and applause ] looking good. look how good you look.
let's get to the show here. here's what everyone is talking about. in an interview this week, jeb bush said that if he had a a magic wand, there are at least ten things that he would like change about the constitution. [ light laughter ] then jeb bush was given the prize for "lamest use of a a magic wand." [ laughter ] i could have a lamborghini made of gold, a beautiful princess. edits to the constitution, of course. [ laughter ] speaking of jeb bush, a new poll shows that he is now even more unpopular than donald trump. [ audience groans ] [ laughter ] or as jeb put it "well, at least there's one poll where i'm ahead of trump." [ laughter and applause ] that's pretty good. i'll take it. that's a win. [ applause ] did you see this? donald trump had an interview with cnn in the lobby of the trump tower hotel this week, and apparently someone yelled, "you'll never win the latino vote." [ laughter ] and then immediately, trump had the guy deported over to la quinta hotel. [ laughter ] that's not how you deal about that. [ applause ]
that guy could stand there. he could be anywhere. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: trump was also recently quoted saying he can't remember the last time he apologized. [ laughter ] and his barber said, well, i definitely remember the last time i apologized. [ laughter and applause ] "beautiful." trump also said he wouldn't run as anyone's vice president if he loses the nomination. which is good. i mean, can you imagine vice president who just says weird, random stuff whenever he wants? [ laughter ] >> "i promise you, the president has a big stick." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: of course, another big story this week was the hack of the cheating website, ashley madison. yeah. the hackers are saying that about 95% of its users are male and most of the female profiles are fake. [ laughter ] when asked how she felt about that, ashley madison herself said, "that's just horrible." [ laughter and applause ] what? "horrible thing."
some international news here, i saw that vladimir putin went -- this guy always making me laugh. [ laughter ] he went for a ride, of course he did, he went for a ride in a a russian submarine this week. that's what people do. [ light laughter ] >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. visiting a shipwreck in the black sea. take a look at this. that's a real photo. look. [ laughter ] is it just me, or that guy could be strapped to a rocket ship, still look bored? i mean look at this. [ applause ] "nothing excites me. emotions are for the weak." [ laughter ] this seems kind of weird to me. a museum in ohio is recycling celebrity wax figures to use in scenes from the bible. [ laughter ] so i guess the wax figures -- no i think after a while, the wax figures probably don't even look like the celebrities. >> steve: like a young person. >> jimmy: well, i don't know. yeah, it's probably years old, just take, like, the figures and put them in scenes like --
tom cruise is jesus in this thing. [ laughter ] john travolta is king solomon. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: and larry king is larry king. [ laughter ] and there you go -- "jerusalem! go ahead with your call." [ applause ] some tv news, i saw that a a writer who worked on "will & grace" is developing a a sitcom inspired by facebook. yeah, it's called "wow, will and grace got fat." [ laughter ] hey, no that's -- facebook is not -- it's for other things. speaking of facebook, there's a a growing trend, especially among young people, to get most of their news from facebook. yeah. in fact, people are so used to getting their news from facebook that the site started printing a daily newspaper. [ laughter ] >> steve: really? >> jimmy: we got the latest copy right here. take a look at some of today's headlines, right now. here we go. ♪ ♪ facebook headlines m >> jimmy: the top story is "co-worker who makes way less money than you somehow going on extravagant summer getaways every freakin' weekend."
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ get a life. our next headline, "friend's picture looking out airplane window proves he was on an airplane." [ applause ] ♪ ""oh, you really were? wow." "yeah, i definitely was there." [ laughter ] saw clouds. see the wing, right there? my plane had wings on it." [ laughter ] >> steve: woah. >> jimmy: that's new. that's different. [ laughter ] "i could care less if plane had wings. who care, i don't." [ laughter ] >> steve: vladimir! [ laughter ] what's wrong with a little bit of partying? >> jimmy: "take submarine. no, you take plane. take submarine. get there, who care." [ laughter ] next headline is, "i guess every wedding is going to have mason jars now." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: they're the trend, man. >> jimmy: let's do it. >> steve: let's do it. >> jimmy: and finally, the last headline is -- "mom flips out when friend comments that her newborn baby looks like an extremely
exhausted gene hackman." [ cheers and applause ] there you go. they all look cute. we have a great show give it up for the roots, right there. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: ha ha. we have a big show tonight. this guy is one of my favorite actors. he is -- i think he is my favorite actor. >> steve: he's a delight. >> jimmy: no, i see -- everything he's in, i -- he's unbelievable in. i look for mistakes. so i go, "one day, he is gonna mess up and i will it will be there." [ light laughter ] >> steve: you'll catch him. >> jimmy: i'm gonna catch him. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: he doesn't make mistakes, he is fantastic in everything. i mean, from going back to "rushmore." >> steve: oh. come on! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think that's still -- >> steve: brilliant! >> jimmy: you can't top it. one of the best performances ever. but then he keeps topping himself and now i see him in "wet hot american summer" on
netflix. he's just knocking it out of the park. [ applause ] he has a new movie called "7 chinese brothers." jason schwartzman is here tonight. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's got a style of acting that's amazing. he is the best out there. and he is one of the nicest guys out there. he's so nice to everybody here on the staff and backstage. people don't want him to leave. they want him to host "the tonight show." >> steve: wow. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: plus, she was just nominated for an emmy for her work on "orphan black," the very talented tatiana maslany is dropping in. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] she is talented! she plays like ten characters. >> steve: hey! >> jimmy: closing out the show, we have a magician that will just -- i mean if you have a a toupee it is going to be like -- >> steve: whoo. >> jimmy: whoo. >> steve: it's going to go -- like that? >> jimmy: i don't know how -- it might not move your toupee, but anyways. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: that's on the slogan on his poster that's outside. he is unbelievable, he plays at the nomad and if could you grab a ticket, which you probably can't, 'cause there's only like 40 people that go see the show
every night. it's sold out all the time. he's unbelievable. he freaked the roots out in the hallway, and don't even tell me what he did, but he did something. >> questlove: nah, man. >> jimmy: i heard questlove scream and that is rare. that's -- [ laughter ] >> questlove: no, no, we all screamed. >> jimmy: no seriously, right? >> questlove: we did. we ran. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> questlove: i didn't know what he did. >> jimmy: he's un -- >> questlove: the kool-aid wall screen. like, we ran through the wall. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, no, yeah. the kool-aid -- >> questlove: you could see our body, yeah. yeah. [ laughter ] >> questlove: oh, yeah! [ applause ] >> jimmy: the magician's name is dan white. dan white is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: oh! come on! >> jimmy: he is great. oh! can't wait. today is friday. and that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff, you guys. i check my inbox, get my eyebrows tweezed, and then i -- of course, i get them threaded. >> steve: yep, threaded and waxed. >> jimmy: and then of course, i send out my thank you notes. [ cheers and applause ] do you guys mind if i write out my thank you notes right now?
is that okay with you? [ cheers and applause ] thank you very, very much. james, can i get some thank you note writing music, please? please? ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: looks like he just came from a -- >> steve: he was in a a johnny cash cover band. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, i think he just came from a funeral or something. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: man in black. >> steve: man in black. >> jimmy: there he is. >> steve: "jimmy baseball." [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, the kardashian family, for being on vacation in st. bart's this week. which raises a lot of questions, like, "vacation from what?" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] on vacationed now? are you still on vacation? [ applause ] [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, bill clinton, for celebrating your 69th birthday this week. [ laughter ] or as his facebook friends put
it, "not gonna touch this one." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: no. oh. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, quiznos, for having a really good week. [ laughter ] [ applause ] ♪ >> steve: oh, hey! >> jimmy: they're having a good week. >> steve: you want that toasted? [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, vladimir putin, for taking a a submarine of the bottom of the black sea. or as he put it, "going to visit some old frenemies." [ laughter and applause ] "hey hey. i remember him! i cut off his fingers. ha ha ha. ha ha ha ha. ha ha ha. ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. ha ha ha. one, two, three, four, ha ha ha
ha." >> steve: hey wait, he's the count? [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: oh, this is a good one. [ laughter ] this one just came to me. >> steve: okay. [ laughter ] are you gonna share? >> jimmy: thank you, oatmeal raisin cookies that look like chocolate chip, for being edible disappointments. [ laughter and applause ] they are. not chocolate chips, they're raisins! >> steve: blah! [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, grocery store flowers, or as you're also known, just barely enough to get out of the doghouse. there you go. [ laughter and applause ] that's a good one. thank you. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, body wash, for being shampoo's crazy cousin who's "down for whatever." [ laughter and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> hi. how are ya? >> jimmy: hi. >> good to see you. >> jimmy: nice to see you, man. >> how you doing? great to see you. >> jimmy: great, it's just fun, just hanging out and just seeing you again. just fun to see you, man. >> there's just really nothing like this for the both of us. >> jimmy: yeah. i know. this way we both get see each other. >> so, i love seeing you. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> i love seeing you. how you been? what have you been seeing? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: a lot of stuff. >> what did you see? >> jimmy: i saw a band called tux earlier. do you remember -- [ laughter ] do you remember tux? [ applause ] do you remember them? how great were they? they were great. >> you know, i don't know how many of you know, but tux is, you know, one of the greats, they are legends and --
>> jimmy: goes without saying. >> and i know you love them so much. >> jimmy: they're my favorite band, i have all their albums. i just saw them in concert a a million times. >> well, i know that we are avid collectors and that you have all their albums. i do, too. but there is -- there's something that i saw that i thought you would appreciate more than anybody else. so, let me just -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] you say you have the albums but this is one you might not have. this is one you might not have. and here, you can have it. it's for you. it's a present for you. i saw it and i thought, it's for you. >> jimmy: oh, my god this is -- "wish i was you." is the name of the album. >> no, "we wish i was you." >> jimmy: oh, "we wish i was you." of course. oh, i don't have this one. >> not many do. this is one of like, the
unicorns of the rare records. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. i remember the back cover. no, it looks familiar. >> it is pretty cool. [ laughter ] there is something that you might see, look at this. it's actually signed. >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> but just by one of them. [ light laughter ] and i don't know which one, because i don't -- i can't really tell, but -- >> jimmy: can't really read it, but i know which one. >> this is for you. >> jimmy: oh, this is so nice. >> this is one of the harder ones to get. >> jimmy: i don't have this one, because you know why? they're a very tricky, tux. they're the first band -- i don't know if you know this -- to release an album in every genre of records. [ light laughter ] >> is that right? is that a fact? >> jimmy: yeah, they basically single handedly put records out of business. [ laughter ] because they ran out of genres and record stores couldn't keep up. they were rock. they weren't rock. they were disco. they were world. >> i heard that. i'd read that they were the first band ever to have more than one record in a different section of the record store. >> jimmy: yeah. no, yeah. the first -- >> they were to first to break the genre boundaries. >> jimmy: yeah. i remember you got -- >> and as you say, people hated
them for it. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: to this day garfunkel doesn't talk to either of them. >> you're kidding? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and that's -- that's -- he's a nice -- he's a nice guy. >> that's petty. that's petty. >> jimmy: it's petty. but, you know. it happens, and it's the biz. >> it's the biz. [ light laughter ] it really is the biz. >> jimmy: do you remember that song the wrote in the -- "it's the biz"? >> oh my god. you kidding me? >> jimmy: i've seen it. i went to go see them at the grand canyon. >> no. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] they said they liked to perform there for the acoustics. [ laughter ] >> let me ask you a question. >> jimmy: you couldn't see them from where you -- >> how close did you get? yeah. i was just going to say. >> jimmy: i was about three miles away. [ laughter ] and that's the closest you can get. >> but was it just like -- like -- was it just an aural sound bath? what was it like? [ singing ] >> oh, my god. they did that song? >> jimmy: they did "back to school." yeah. >> you're kidding. >> jimmy: they opened and closed with "back to school." >> you're kidding me. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: did "little pepper." and then -- what was the other one they did? "little pepper." "i," is the name of the song and then parentheses, "(took a a shower in the dark)."
[ laughter ] >> that's -- that's a great one. that's a great one. that's a sad one. >> jimmy: that's sad one. i don't remember "reverse acapulco." [ laughter ] >> that's a great one, too. >> jimmy: i don't really remember that one. but anyways -- pal, i got to say, i love everything you do and i just said this to you earlier in the hallway, you are officially now my favorite actor, because everything you do is tricky and fun and interesting to watch, interesting to see. other actors should be in awe of you. you are just phenomenal. i swear. waiting for you to make a a little mistake, you haven't done it yet. everything you do i just love it. this movie, "seven chinese brothers," it's fantastic. olympia dukakis is in there with you. [ light laughter ] i know. you can't say anything. don't talk about you, let's talk about her. >> i can't -- >> jimmy: let's talk about olympia dukakis? >> may i say just one thing? just to go back -- can we put olivia dukakis aside for a a second? um, you -- that means a lot coming from you because i admire you so much and have been inspired by much of your work and blown away by your work. so, to hear you say that is very odd for me. so thank you. [ applause ]
>> jimmy: i really mean it. >> i really do. >> jimmy: i mean it. >> i mean it, too. >> jimmy: olympia dukakis plays your grandma in this movie -- >> yes. >> jimmy: and gosh, you guys have great chemistry. man, could i watch this movie for eight hours. >> oh. >> jimmy: just going back and forth, you both yelling at each other. >> yeah. >> jimmy: she's doing the cross word. you're drinking booze out of a a big gulp, 7-11. >> yes. yes, it came out of a big gulp. >> jimmy: let me drin -- let me see what's in there. let me taste that. yes, there's no booze in here, grandma. let me taste it. >> yeah. yeah. he's a -- it's a movie about a a guy who is going nowhere fast and, you know, he's -- he's -- he can't find anything to love. and it's like, you know, we all have those periods in our life, when you look back on something and you go," god, i didn't do anything with my life during those years." it's kind of about that, but funny. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's hilarious. hilarious. >> and also, it was fun for me, because my dog got to be in it. >> jimmy: like this dog steals the scenes, man. as i said, you're my favorite. but look at this dude. [ audience aws ] >> yeah. that's my dog.
>> jimmy: that's your real dog. >> yeah, that's my dog. his name is arrow. and he got to be in the movie with me. my character really -- like his biggest connection is -- god bless you. i think someone sneezed. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm sorry, it's the dust from the tux album. it just blew off. i apologize. >> i know, just blow off. that is very good dust. >> jimmy: can we get the filter on? >> yeah. it's on. >> jimmy: thank you. >> but so, you know, my character talks a lot to my dog. he rants to him. and it was really cool. because my dog is, let's say, well, he is very inactive as a a dog. [ laughter ] he doesn't really move a lot. in fact, i -- when he was a a puppy, i took him to the veterinarian to see if there was a reason why he was sleeping so much and asking if there was something wrong, because he will walk into a a room, he will have a good five minutes of being like, excited, and then when he realizes nothing's really going to change, you hear the sound of -- [ laughter ] it's like someone putting a a bunch of luggage down. >> jimmy: yeah. how tall is he? probably maybe four inches off the ground? >> how tall is he? when he is standing? >> jimmy: yeah, how long are his his legs?
>> his legs are not very long. >> jimmy: no. so when he falls down, like luggage but luggage almost touching the ground. >> yeah, exactly. [ light laughter ] i don't know how to -- >> jimmy: not like holding luggage up here? >> no, not high luggage, very low. >> jimmy: low luggage, yeah. >> very low, like when you just walk in the front door. "hey!" >> jimmy: yeah. and that's when he goes and falls down. >> and then he sleeps and he's the most tired animal in the world, and i love him, and i got work with him. >> jimmy: he might be a bunny. he might be bunny rabbit. >> he might be a bunny. [ laughter ] he is -- by the way, these are two -- can you hold up the other picture? >> jimmy: yeah of course. >> these are actually two separate days. [ light laughter ] and if you notice, these are actually -- i mean, nothing has changed. the pillow is gone. [ light laughter ] he doesn't move. i love him. and you know, when we made this movie, like, we would just show up at the set every day and we would let him walk around the room for a few seconds, say hi to people, and then he would fall asleep. and then we would say, "okay, so i guess this is where we'll shoot the scene." [ laughter ] and then we would just shoot the scene around him. and so he kind of directed the movie inadvertently. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: interesting. yeah. it's called "seven chinese brothers."
>> yes. >> jimmy: i want to show a a scene and this is --gosh this made me laugh. this is jason schwartzman and his dog, arrow, his first starring role. >> yeah. >> jimmy: in "seven chinese brothers." take a look at this. >> maybe the oldest dog ever to make a debut performance. >> jimmy: wow. congratulations. >> let's go. come on. [ laughter ] fight it. fight it. open them. open them. [ laughter ] i mean, you slept all day yesterday. and all night. and you do that the day before and the day before and the day before. you literally sleep all day. [ laughter ] you know, it's not good for you to get this much sleep. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fight it. fight it! don't! fight it! jason schwartzman, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "seven chinese brothers" in theaters and on demand on the 28th. tatiana maslany joins us after the break. stick around, ladies and gentlemen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] throughout ♪
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incredible actress. oh, my gosh. she's currently nominated for an emmy for her work on the critically-acclaimed bbc america series "orphan black." everyone, please welcome tatiana maslany! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ thank you for being here. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. thank you so much for coming on the show. i appreciate it. i'm a big fan of your work. i want to know more about you. i want everyone else to know more about you. >> okay. >> jimmy: you're canadian? >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love canada. yeah, yeah. for all my canadian pals. yeah. they all come here. >> actually canadian or just fans of canada? >> jimmy: no. actually canadian. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, nice. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. i love canada so much. yeah. [ light laughter ] sometimes we broadcast the show just to canada. [ laughter ] >> special episode. >> jimmy: this show tonight.
special episode that will only be shown in canada. but where were you born? >> i was born in a town called regina. >> regina! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: one half of my audience is from canada, the other is from regina. >> regina. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: remind me where regina is again. [ light laughter ] >> you knew at one point, right? it is in the center. [ laughter ] it is. [ laughter ] [ applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: deer park, that's good water. yeah, so it's in the center. okay. >> of -- of -- yeah. >> jimmy: okay. [ laughter ] now, where -- when you start as a kid -- you're an actor, you were acting, were you a child actor? >> yeah, i kind of started when i was, like, 9. >> jimmy: that's child. >> yeah, got into it early. >> jimmy: yeah. you remember your first things, what got you into acting? >> yeah i mean, i was a dancer when i was a kid, because i was like a baby kid, and then just was always performing, forcing my parents to watch us do productions. >> jimmy: you still dance? >> i still dance.
>> jimmy: you do? >> occasionally, i will do a a drop-in dance class. >> jimmy: oh. >> yeah. >> jimmy: what type of dancing do you do? >> sometimes a little hip-hop. somettimes a little -- >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: see i'm intimidated. we have more canadians and 2% hip-hop. >> hip-hop. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: see, that would intimidate me, hip-hop dancing. >> it's really hard. >> jimmy: it is, right? >> i always go in there like, thinking i'm going to just like, blow everybody out of the water because i just think i can. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i -- never happens, ever. >> jimmy: in real life, can you hip-hop dance? like, where would you use that skill? [ light laughter ] >> i would use it -- >> jimmy: no, no. i don't want to make you do it now. no, no. >> oh, my god. >> jimmy: no i wouldn't do that. it's your first time on the show, i don't do that. [ cheers and applause ] first time on the show. no. >> hey, no oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: stop it! absolutely not. no, i would never do that. i would never do that. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i would never do that. it's your first time on the show. >> all the canadians. >> jimmy: second time on the show. >> second time. >> jimmy: second time on the show, i will make you hip-hop dance. >> i will do that.
>> jimmy: like, say, you can't go to a club and be like -- >> choreography? >> jimmy: no you can't do that or can you? is it like "step up 2"? or what is it? [ laughter ] >> my life is like "step up 2: the streets." >> jimmy: it is like the streets. >> yes. >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. >> i have to come through adversity and i would get -- >> jimmy: got to kick it this time, roscoe. [ light laughter ] i don't even know if that is a a line, but it sounds like it's a line. >> i'm sure there's a guy called roscoe. >> jimmy: there's probably a a dancer named roscoe. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you -- so you go there, you do that and then you get the acting bug, you go, "i want do this." and then, "orphan black" i got to say, i didn't know you before this because i found out on twitter when you were not nominated for an emmy, people on twitter freaked out and they were angry and they go, "oh, no, no, no, no this girl should be nominated for an emmy." there was a big thing. you were trending on twitter. >> yeah, that was the best publicity our show ever got. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: but you didn't get nominated? >> yeah, like now we're screwed. >> jimmy: no, no. can i just show everyone? i just want to show everyone all the characters play on the show. it is quite amazing. that's you.
>> the blonde -- >> jimmy: all different characters. yeah. sarah, alton, cosima, helena, rachel, and crystal. yeah. and that's just a handful. you played probably a total of ten people? >> 10, 12? >> jimmy: 12 people, yeah. >> quite a few of them have died. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. spoiler alert. [ laughter ] if you haven't seen it. yeah. here's what i love about you, i was looking at the emmy nominations, and i don't know if we could do this the right way. the camera, camera one? so you have our pal, taraji. see everyone, they're nominated as cookie lyon, claire danes, carrie matheson, robin wright, viola davis, elizabeth moss, peggy olson, then tatiana maslany as -- [ laughter ] --alison, helena, rachel, crystal - [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] you're your own -- you're your own category. [ applause ] i want to you lose here so -- be like, oh, i hate that girl, she won again. the award goes tatiana maslany. is it confusing getting in and out of characters and going in and jumping in? >> yeah. i mean it's kind of what i love about the job, it sort of feels so stimulating to kind of switch halfway through the day into a totally different life and, you know, costume and hair, makeup, it all changes
and i guess, you know, explore a different energy and different kind of storyline and just feels like we are shooting a thousand different little movies a day. >> jimmy: and do you sometimes forget what character you're doing? "like, wait, am i doing -- which one am i doing?" or no? do hair and makeup help? >> hair and makeup help. but there will be gestures that will accidentally kind of bleed over. i'm trying to keep them as like, distinct as possible, but they sort of, they end up mashing up a little bit. >> jimmy: do you say to the writers "hey, just say chill for a bit?" >> yeah. like, guys, listen up. >> jimmy: cut it down to, like, one character? >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: cut the whole show down to just one clone, yeah. >> exactly. >> jimmy: do you want -- can you explain what the show is really about? >> yeah, kind of. i mean, it's -- >> jimmy: it's really fun. you gout to jump into it and really get into the fun ride. >> yeah, no. so it's about a group of clones who discover each other and start to kind of -- >> jimmy: right there it's pretty fun. >> i mean, there you go. >> jimmy: i mean, right there. you discover someone that looks exactly like you. >> yes. >> jimmy: and you go you're a a clone. and then you wait -- are we clones? and then you meet more of you.
>> basically a lot of clone talk. >> jimmy: and then you're like -- but now you want to meet who created you. >> yes. it's about identity, all that stuff. >> jimmy: yeah, super, super fun. >> yes. >> jimmy: tatiana maslany, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] all three seasons of bbc america's "orphan black" are available on demand and itunes. we will be back with magician dan white. stick around. magic. really good. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] after the kids fell asleep,
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pocket. and we will get back to that later. put it in your breast pocket. >> jimmy: breast pocket. this is my breast pocket right here. [ light laughter ] >> yeah. perfect, or on the front. it doesn't matter. >> jimmy: okay. >> there we go. perfect. and the game is called "hand pocket." >> jimmy: hand pocket? >> yeah it's really popular. really popular. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. you've played this? >> it involves -- i have. >> jimmy: okay. >> it involves your hand. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and a coin. >> jimmy: oh, and a coin? >> and a coin. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah. i was gonna say, i think i've played hand pocket before. [ laughter ] >> i'm going to give you this coin. i'm going to give you this coin. >> jimmy: yes. >> i want you to put your right hand out. >> jimmy: yes. >> i'm going to place the coin in your right hand and i want you to place your hand and the coin in your right pocket. >> jimmy: hand and coin in right pocket. all right, i don't want to screw anything up. [ laughter ] >> no, it's okay. you're doing perfect. >> jimmy: or doing anything weird. hand and keep your hand in your pocket. >> jimmy: keep your hand -- it's in there. the coin, i'm holding the coin. >> okay. here is the game. >> jimmy: >> in bring your hand >> jimmy: mm-hmm. >> it's either going to have the coin in it or you're gon have left it in y
i'm going to have to tr guess if it' pocket. >> jimmy: oh, i could may trick you then. >> there you [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> hand pocket. >> jimmy: hand pocket. >> okay, a i'm gonna turn back. decision. >> no, no one's gonna know, >> jimmy: exactly. >> okay. [ laughter ] all right, i'm going to turn whenever you are ready, bring your right hand out i >> jimmy: okay, right in fist. >> okay. so, no one knows. let me know when you're ready. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry, yeah, i'm ready. >> so, no one knows. >> jimmy: no, no one knows. well, one person knows is me. [ laughter ] >> only one perso >> jimmy: y >> but you know if th in your right-hand or in your pocket. you know. >> jimmy: yea >> okay, the w the focus. by changin hand in the pocket else. so, if the h >> jimmy: o >> if the coin is in your p the color blue. >> jimmy: okay. >> okay. so just think, red. >> jimmy: red. >> or blue. look at me. red. [ laughter ] or blue. >> jimmy: uh-huh. [ laughter ] >> i'm thinking red, it's in your hand. >> jimmy: wow. yeah. >> check it out. [ applause ] ♪ now, that was 50/50. so, i'm gonna try it again. make it a little harder. again, put your hand in your
pocket. >> jimmy: gotcha. >> perfect, i'm going to turn around. >> jimmy: yeah. >> now usually people do the same thing twice. so, just giving you a heads up, don't let it influence you. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. whenever you're ready, bring your right hand out. bring your right hand out in a a fist. bring your right hand out in a a fist. >> jimmy: all right, hold on. hold on. hold on. [ laughter ] >> think about it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: normally, they do the same thing twice, yes? >> oh, i feel ya. >> jimmy: yeah. >> okay. >> are you good? >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah. >> you sure? okay, this time we are going to change the subject matter. >> jimmy: cool. >> okay. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, this time, i want you to think of something on your desk, so, if the coin is in your hand, i want to you think of your microphone. if the coin is in your pocket, i want you to think of a coffee cup. okay? [ laughter ] so, look at me. >> jimmy: yeah. >> microphone. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> coffee cup. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> you blinked on coffee cup that time you gave it away, i'm gonna go pocket. you're thinking of a coffee cup. >> jimmy: what in the world is going on? [ laughter and applause ] ♪ what is going on? >> you're doing great. >> jimmy: my hands are
sweating, this is so weird. [ laughter ] i didn't see this at all. yes, it is in my pocket. >> let's try this one more time. >> jimmy: yeah, okay. >> raise the stakes. >> jimmy: okay, raise the stakes. >> okay. put hands back in your pocket with the coin. back in your pocket with the coin. we are going to do it again. >> jimmy: okay. >> let me know when you're ready. >> jimmy: okay. >> you can do it. you can switch, you can double bluff me, you can triple bluff me. >> jimmy: yeah, who knows what i can do. i can half put it in my pocket. >> i don't know what that means. >> jimmy: whatever dan! >> do what you want. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> are you ready? >> jimmy: i don't -- yes, i'm ready! >> okay. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: blue, blue, coffee cup. red, blue, coffee cup. [ laughter ] >> this time, going to do people. people. >> jimmy: people. >> so it's either going to be questlove or higgins. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> okay? so if the coin is in your hand i want you to say -- >> jimmy: coin is in my hand. >> questlove. if the coin is in your hand, i want to you think of questlove. if it's in your pocket, i want to you think of higgins. >> jimmy: mm-hmm. >> okay, look at me again. [ laughter ] you gotta look at me.
questlove, higgins. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don't mess with me, man. [ applause ] >> that gave it away. >> jimmy: don't mess with me, man! >> i'm going questlove, it's in your hand. >> jimmy: god! [ applause ] ♪ you're the best, man. >> thank you. but, you know, you had choices, you had choices, what's more incredible is you had a bill in your pocket. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> you had a bill in your pocket. and, you know, technically i sort of won that game. you know. but you actually won the game, because you made the right choices. jimmy, can you pull out that bill that's in your pocket. it's been there the whole time. >> jimmy: yeah, oh, my god. [ laughter ] okay. >> before i even got here, i wrote down three things on this bill. three things on this bill. you made three choices. you chose red. >> jimmy: mm-hmm. >> then you chose coffee cup. and then you chose questlove. >> jimmy: that's correct. >> on this bill i wrote down the color red. [ applause ] it was the choice. and next, coffee cup.
>> jimmy: coffee cup. [ applause ] what is going on? okay. >> and finally -- >> questlove ah! ah! [ cheers and applause ] >> it's questlove. [ laughter ] >> questlove: how! how! >> jimmy: what? what is going on? what! oh, my god! >> what's goin' here. >> jimmy: oh, my -- this is fantastic. dan white, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ the magician at nomadupstairs.com. more "tonight show" after the break. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to jason schwartzman, tatiana maslany, dan white, and the roots right there from philadelphia. i know, it's just unbelievable. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thanks for watching. have a great weekend. i hope to see you next week. thank you! thank you! bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- connie britton singer-songwriter rita ora music from unknown mortal orchestra featuring the 8g band with fred armisen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening, everybody. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everyone doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] good to hear. let's get to the news. donald trump said in a new interview that he believes his performance in the polls shows that he has not crossed the line of appropriateness. you can read the entire interview in this month's issue of "juggs magazine." [ laughter ]