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still that wet weather starting to roll in. >> yes it is. from the north bay to the east bay. and by 8:00 in the morning, most of it should by to the south. but we're really clearing out tomorrow at 8:00 in the morning. >> still, sleep in anyway. >> have a great weekend. ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his
guests -- chris pratt. elizabeth olsen. fallonventions. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 249 ontario! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, looking good. looking good. hot crowd. new york city. welcome to "the tonight show", everybody. here we are. we did it. [ cheers and applause ] we're here. ready for a good time? we're gonna have fun tonight.
we're gonna have a good time tonight. first here's what people are talking about. i saw that yesterday president obama hosted the new england patriots at the white house. but tom brady couldn't make it due to a family commitment. yep. apparently there was an emergency at the brady house. >> hey, you guys. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, my god. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: everything was fine. tom ended up taking marsha to the prom. get this, people are now criticizing hillary clinton by pointing out that during her long political career she's seemed to have changed her accent many times. when asked about it hillary strongly denied it saying, "those people otta know me better. [ laughter ] i'm michael caine and i approve this message." [ cheers and applause ] describes herself as michael caine.
>> steve: she described herself as that. >> jimmy: that's right, hillary clinton seems to have changed her accent a lot. people are pretty mad. jeb bush is like, "can you believe this, chica?" [ laughter ] speaking of hillary, she just finished a campaign road trip through new hampshire this week meeting with several local business owners and she seemed to really enjoy the trip. she even reviewed some of the local businesses on yelp. take a look at these. first one is for a bed and breakfast called the wayfield inn. hillary wrote, "i had a lovely stay and it was great chatting with the owners chuck and deborah, they are some of the nicest votes -- i mean people i've ever met." [ laughter and applause ] this next review is for steve's coffee shop. hillary wrote, "i thought the black coffee was okay but personally i think america's ready for a bold, confident female coffee." [ laughter ] [ applause ] seem you agree.
they seem to agree on that. finally, this last review is for ann taylor loft. hillary wrote, "when i walked in somebody whispered it's the chosen one. and everyone started chanting my name. all in all pretty typical ann taylor loft experience." [ applause ] she gets that a lot. >> steve: it's the pants suits. >> jimmy: big news overseas, the royal baby is expected to arrive this weekend. [ cheers ] i read that some people are actually camping outside the hospital in hopes of seeing it. yeah. so if you want to be the first to find out what the royal baby looks like, just look at a a photo of any baby. [ laughter ] they all look the same. listen to this, taco bell announced that on cinco de mayo it will introduce its hottest sauce packet ever called diablo. and if you try taco bell's hottest sauce ever on cinco de mayo just remember you'll be in el bano until uno de juno. [ laughter ]
[ cheers and applause ] uno de juno? >> steve: uno de juno. >> jimmy: according to a new survey from the physical activity council, americans are the least active they've been since 2007. some say it's because there's more technology while others say it's because winter now lasts 11 months a year. [ laughter and applause ] where's spring? what happened to spring? we lost spring completely. >> steve: winter is here. >> jimmy: yeah. that's right, americans are now more inactive than ever. netflix is like, "you're welcome. your next episode starts in 18 seconds, don't get up." uh -- did you guys see this? historians recently translated an ancient egyptian text which appears to be a cure for hangovers. yeah, i guess ancient egyptians used to party a lot, which you can sort of tell by some of the drunk hieroglyphics they sent the night before. i mean you up? [ laughter ] embarrassing.
this isn't good here. i read that some prisoners in south carolina have been using drones to sneak in banned items like cell phones, tobacco and marijuana. officials are pretty mad, but not nearly as mad as the guy who's had to keep stuffing drones up his butt. [ laughter ] can't we go back to balloons? [ light laughter ] hey, nothing wrong -- whoa. whoa! who's controlling this? stop controlling it! let me just walk. [ laughter ] here's a local story, i saw that a wild coyote was actually spotted right here in new york city. yeah. they say it was the dirtiest mangiest thing they'd seen in manhattan since times square elmo. [ laughter ] you want a picture with elmo? who wants a picture with elmo?
i can't believe i spit in my hat. my mask. i spit in my mask. and finally, this is a weird story. i saw that miami dolphins lineman a.j. francis just tweeted that he has signed up to be an uber driver during the offseason. yeah, he's going to be an uber driver. but since he's with the dolphins he can only drive 15 yards before he has to punt. [ cheers and applause ] we have a great show everybody! give it up for roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome. we've got a big show tonight. this guy is one of the all-time greatest, right? don't you love him? >> steve: i love this dude. >> jimmy: he's just one of the coolest guys ever, he's funny, he's talented, he's charming, he's just a nice guy. he's starring in one of the biggest movies of the summer, "jurassic world." chris pratt is here, ladies and
gentlemen. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's gonna be big. later in the show chris and i are going to do something really fun called nonsense karaoke. it's a new thing we're just trying tonight. also, from "avengers: age of ultron," elizabeth olsen is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] it's a fun movie as well. two big movies right there. >> steve: huge. >> jimmy: and we're featuring some amazing kid inventors in a a segment we call fallonventions. that's tonight. the kids are cute they're really cute. they think they're smarter than me, but i'm not sure. >> steve: no, don't you worry about that. >> jimmy: anyway, you're going to see some cool inventions tonight. and some really cool kids. fallonventions. that's what's going to happen tonight. [ cheers ] great kids. guys, today's friday. that's usually when i catch up with some personal stuff. i check my inbox, i return some emails, and of course i send out thank you notes. [ cheers ] i was running a bit behind.
>> steve: are you really? >> jimmy: i was running a bit behind today. so, i thought if you guys wouldn't mind i'd just like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that cool? [ cheers and applause ] i know i'm taking your time. you guys are awesome. i really, really appreciate that. hey, james, can i get some thank you note writing music please? ♪ [ light laughter ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: yeah. he's dressed up. >> steve: he's dressed up. >> jimmy: yeah, polka dots. >> steve: he's got a flower. >> jimmy: squares. >> steve: polka dots, squares, and triangles. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: green hearts, yellow moon, pink stars. >> jimmy: yeah. ♪ thank you, take your child to work day, for basically being a a live version of your annoying co-worker showing you photos of their kids on facebook. [ laughter ] hi, nice to meet you. yeah, yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, i'll see a trick. >> steve: yeah, i'm going to the bathroom. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, "full house," "x-files" and "coach" for all getting
reboots. or as steve urkel put it, "can i do that?" [ laughter ] probably can. [ cheers and applause ] why not? >> steve: why not? nbc. >> jimmy: may as well bring it back family matters, man. ♪ thank you, day-of-the-week pill containers, for being advent calendars for old people. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: what day is it? >> jimmy: that's the best one. >> steve: is it wednesday? >> jimmy: it's almost sunday. >> steve: tgif. >> jimmy: i can't wait. >> steve: i have some of that new hot sauce at taco bell. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, ray-ban, for forcing rand paul to stop selling the sunglasses with his logo on them. looks like ray-ban banned ran so rand fans can't say, hey, man, rand paul ray-bans. [ laughter and applause ] they can't say that anymore. >> steve: they can't do it. they can't do it anymore. ♪
>> jimmy: thank you, friends who have destination weddings, for basically saying please pay us to ruin your vacation. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i know. i think someone was moving the drone again. >> steve: what happened? [ imitating drone noises ] [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, avocados, for being pears that haven't been neutered. there you guys have it right there. those are my thank you notes! we will be right back with chris pratt, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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a talented actor and a very funny man who stars in the highly anticipated summer movie "jurassic world," which i cannot wait for. it opens in theaters and imax 3d june 12th. please welcome back to the show, chris pratt! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. my man's got style. >> thanks, roots. >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about, buddy. nice to see you. looking sharp man. >> oh, thanks. >> jimmy: the last time i saw you thank you so much for helping us out. we did the super bowl photo bombing, wasn't that fun? >> yeah, it was so fun.
i had so much fun with you. you are so funny. not just on the show but in person. you're always so funny. you kill me. you were so much fun. >> jimmy: people were going in and posing in front of like super bowl things, thinking they were getting a souvenir photo. and then we would show up behind them and photo bomb them and tell them afterwards that we were behind them. but here's one of you. love that, one of my favorite ones. [ laughter ] >> that guy has no idea i was there. >> jimmy: had no idea you were there. this would be the piggyback. me, you, and chris. [ laughter ] chris evans, we were all photo bombing. that was a triple piggyback, that's pretty tough to do. >> the triple pig. >> jimmy: yeah, the triple pig. [ laughter ] the lady and the tramp eating a a sub. >> that's right. >> jimmy: that's what we did. 12 inch sub, right there. but that was really cool. and you guys had this ongoing bet because you are from seattle. >> yeah, i'm from seattle, he's from boston. so we were talking a lot of smack to each other. and then that sort of bled into talking smack to each other on twitter. and then that bled into making this bet that was like kind of an embarrassing bet.
like, well, if my team wins, you got to show up in seattle dressed up as captain america and wave the 12th man tag and visit seattle children's hospital. and it went back and forth. and he has this great place called christopher's haven. anyways -- >> jimmy: you dressed as star lord. >> me dressed as star lord would show up at chistopher's haven. >> jimmy: first it was just showing up and then it turned into being nice to show up at children's hospitals. you actually did do that even though you lost. >> i lost and so i had to go to boston dressed as star lord and hang out with awesome kids. >> jimmy: very, very nice. [ cheers and applause ] >> and then chris evans -- >> and then chris was, like, in a totally classy move. because we were like, "oh, so some kids at the hospital lose?" oh, we didn't think this out. so he ended up showing up in seattle dressed as cap and made a bunch of kid's day. it was really cool. it was super awesome for him to do that. >> jimmy: good for you guys. >> it was a lot of fun. >> jimmy: shows how nice these
guys are. we have kid inventors here today, wait til you see these guys. >> woah. >> jimmy: were you like that when you were a kid? did you invent stuff? were you a hard worker? >> i was a hard worker. my parents as soon as i was old enough to work, i had to get a a job. >> jimmy: me too. what was that for you? 14? >> my first job, yeah, i think 14 and a half maybe. i got a job at -- i worked at a a place called the viking drive-in. i like flipped burgers at a a little tiny drive-thru burger joint. it was awesome. it was great. i could walk, i could roller blade there. i roller bladed everywhere as a a kid. i mean, i'm painting a pretty awesome picture of who i was as a kid. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. you were a cool kid. >> super cool. >> jimmy: so cool. >> it was very fun. >> jimmy: you had to operate the drive-thru. >> i'd operate the drive-thru. i'd take people's orders. kitty corners this place to a a minimart, which was like the hangout. it was a small town maybe 7,000 people when i lived there, lake stevens, washington. and people would go like get out of their car and go into
the minimart and i would be hidden in the viking drive-in and over the intercom i would mess with them. i would be like, "hey, buddy, i need your help." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's good. who's saying that? exactly. >> i would be like, "it's me, god." [ laughter ] it was awesome. >> jimmy: someone's talking to me. >> it was pretty great. >> it must have been good to have your own pocket money at 14. >> yeah, it was good. well, here's a lesson i learned because the lady who owned the place was like, "listen, if you ever want to eat something, just eat something." just make sure you write it down. we'll give it to you for half price and we'll take it out of your check. so i was like, "cool, kind of credit system." >> jimmy: yeah. >> i think i got paid every two weeks and i got my first check and they were like, "okay, here's what you got. you owe us $80." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you owe them. >> what, how's that possible, i owed them $80. >> jimmy: you ate a lot of burgers. >> i ate a lot of stuff. >> jimmy: that's good stuff,
yeah. how about your son? how old is your son now? >> two and a half. >> jimmy: he's going to work. >> yeah, we're trying to get him jobs now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: absolutely. yeah, yeah. what does he do? is he saying things? >> he loves trucks. he loves everything trucks, cars, automobiles. he thinks -- he thinks i'm a a firefighter. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why? >> i don't know. because i know this because i'll say, "hey, bud, i'm going to be back tomorrow. i got to go to work." and he'll go, "um, are you going to work on your fire truck?" [ laughter ] i'm like, "yes, i am, yes, i am, son." [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: you just go, "yes, of course." >> yes, i am. >> jimmy: that's right. >> yeah. >> jimmy: are you excited about "jurassic world"? [ cheers and applause ] i'm excited over it. i cannot wait to see this. i love all "jurassic parks." i love all those ones. >> oh, man, yeah i can't wait either.
how old are you? >> jimmy: i'm 40. >> i'm 35. we were around -- we were both teenagers at the time "jurassic park" came out. it was a big event. >> jimmy: saw it in the theater. >> i saw it in the theater opening night. >> jimmy: opening night. opening weekend. yeah, me too. >> whoa. where? >> jimmy: with the water -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's the move. that rippling thing scared everybody. [ cheers and applause ] one of those moments. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so in this one you're not -- are you a scientist? no -- >> in real life? >> jimmy: no, the son's watching, yes, dad is a a scientist. >> firefighter. >> jimmy: but in the movie who do you play? >> i play a character called owen grady. he's a guy that works on the island. in jurassic world, john hammond's dream of a a dinosaur theme park, like a a real dinosaur park, is realized. it's now a real place. it's called "jurassic world." there are 20,000 visitors a
a day, and all kinds of amazing sights and wonderful things on this island. so i work on the island. i don't work in the park. i work kind of on the outskirts in this raptor facility doing pretty awesome cutting edge science and stuff with these raptors that you're really going to like. i can't get too much into it because i don't want to spoil it. but it's super dope. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, we'll see what happens. >> no, yeah. no one dies. >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> it's actually like a super slow-paced movie. it's really going to surprise you. no one gets hurt. >> jimmy: yeah, sure, right, yeah. we have a clip. here's chris pratt running for his life in "jurassic world." take a look. [ dinosaur roaring ] ♪ [ screaming ] [ roaring ] >> close the door.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back everybody! i'm here with chris pratt! [ cheers and applause ] "jurassic world" opens this summer. oh, my gosh. we're about to sing some karaoke, but this is no ordinary karaoke. this is nonsense karaoke. [ cheers ] here's how it works. we're going to take turns singing well-known songs, but here's the catch. all the lyrics have been replaced with odd and unusual sentences. [ laughter ] basically nonsense. hence the name nonsense karaoke. [ cheers and applause ] mr. pratt, as our guest, you can go first. >> oh, okay. thank you, jimmy. >> jimmy: no problem. >> testing. for my first nonsense karaoke song i will be singing "uptown funk" by mark ronson featuring chris pratt. ♪
♪ upset it's ice cold ain't feel bad but it's quite old this one but them ♪ ♪ drunk squirrels drunk squirrels that love ice cream crying while you ♪ ♪ snuggling up with the kiddies bugs on my cobbler bone got to kiss an elf named smitty ♪ ♪ too hot old man and a tired man too hot ♪ ♪ not spam whack a bag loose with a frying pan too hot ♪ ♪ jock jam my maiden name is o'houlihan i'm too hot ♪ ♪ john ham molasses in my tummy break it down got to go spit into a tuba ♪ ♪ got to go spit into a tuba got to go spit into a tuba ♪ got drunk with a ballerina because i got drunk with a ballerina ♪ ♪ because i got drunk with a ballerina ♪ ♪ drippin' with sweat we're in the funk christmas eve let's eat squash ♪ ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was great. amazing right there. >> thank you. thanks, guys. >> jimmy: set a high bar. set a high bar right there. now, my first song will be "stay with me" by sam smith. ♪ ♪ this is true i got nude in a minivan ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ but i still need a shoe with a -- ♪ ♪ please talk to me they'll clean up the laundromats ♪ ♪ i don't want you to sneeze on my instagram ♪ ♪ oh won't you shave my knee into a new goatee ♪ ♪
♪ but darling shave my knees ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have time for one more song. what do you say we do it together? >> together? [ cheers and applause ] i'd like that. >> jimmy: our final nonsense karaoke song will be "since u been gone" by kelly clarkson. ♪ ♪ bearded king he bought some depends i saw a mule but it had split ends ♪ ♪ yeah yeah ♪ scissor named shawn [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ you fed a carrot to optimus prime ♪ ♪ wasn't long till i squeezed a swine ♪
♪ yeah yeah ♪ pickles in thongs [ laughter ] ♪ all you llamas feed me hay and now i have a phish tattoo ♪ ♪ my cousin uses green hair spray ♪ ♪ i kiss an old swan my canned beef has a cursed mime ♪ ♪ i draw doodle frogs yeah yeah ♪ ♪ because you were at the vet with my dad tickle my jaw ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to my man chris pratt. "jurassic world" is in theaters and imax 3d june 12th. we'll be right back with elizabeth olsen, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ that's a good-looking pile of dirt.
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>> jimmy: well, you know our next guest from her work in such films as "martha marcy may marlene" and "godzilla." her hugely anticipated new movie "avengers age of ultron" is in theaters and imax 3d may 1st. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome, elizabeth olsen! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] elizabeth, great to see you again. you look gorgeous. thank you so much for coming back on the show. i appreciate this. >> thank you. happy to be here. >> jimmy: this is a show we have kid inventors on the show tonight. i was asking chris if he ever invented anything. did you ever invent anything as a kid? >> well, we had in sixth grade we had an awesome science teacher. and she had an entire class just inventing stuff. it was an hour of us just fooling around basically and
you could do roller coasters or games. and my friend clay and i made these platform heels. they weren't shoes. they would just be something you would rubber band to the bottom of your shoes made of wood. we called them the shaquille heel because shaq was real big back then. >> jimmy: he still is. >> he's still very large. we sold it to a kid for 20 bucks. >> jimmy: oh, my god. what? you ripped some kid off? >> and then he broke it the moment he put them on. i don't remember feeling bad about it. but i feel bad sharing it. >> jimmy: i just wanted ask. so shaquille heels was your invention. >> yeah, shaquille heels. they would rip a lot of things off of us when we were kids. but we always thought everyone in l.a. were parents were producers and stealing our ideas. if that ever came out, we would have known. >> jimmy: yeah, you and clay invented shaquille heels. yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: let's talk "avengers." oh my gosh, i saw this movie. it is gigantic. it is a big, big, big movie.
[ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. it's big. >> jimmy: it's a giant movie. >> it's supposed to be really big and i still haven't figured that had one out yet. >> jimmy: this is a giant franchise. you're a new character in a a giant franchise. >> i kind of feel like the backup vocals for a really awesome rock band. and i get to go on tour with them. >> jimmy: they know each other. >> also people would be really excited to see me at a premiere and i'll be signing autographs, which is still a very uncomfortable idea for me. and doing that and people are angry i'm not getting to a a certain part of the line and then chris hemsworth drives up and everyone in unison. chris! i'm like, "okay, see you guys later." >> jimmy: we were waiting for chris's autograph. >> yeah. >> jimmy: no, this is big. and you are fantastic in the movie. you have telekinesis. what does it do? >> mind control, telekinesis. i can manipulate your mind, i can also -- >> jimmy: don't do that by the way. that right there, i was watching you by the way. it was cool. these vapors or whatever they are kind of lasers or something
coming off your hand. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i was thinking how would that be acting without any cgi. it's like wax on, wax off. >> it feels horrible. it feels so horrifying. because everyone's doing like triple back flips and wicked cool punch and they're doing these coordinated things where hawkeye has his bow and arrow and i'm the only one that doesn't have a stunt devil because i just get to do like that. >> jimmy: you're doing like tai chi. >> i'm like destroying robots apparently. >> jimmy: it's great but i was seeing that's why you're a good actor. i would be so embarrassed. trust me guys, it's going to look good when it's done. [ laughter ] i swear this is really good. but man you pull it off and you do so good. it's really, really fun. i want to show clip of elizabeth olsen in "avengers: age of ultron." check this out. >> you're wondering why you can't look inside my head. >> sometimes it's hard. but sooner or later every man shows himself.
>> oh, i'm sure they do. but you needed something more than a man. that's why you let stark take percepto. >> i didn't expect it. like i solved stark's -- i knew it could control him, make him stop this threat. >> every living thing creates the thing they dread. men of peace create engines of war, invaders create avengers, people create smaller people. children. i lost the word there. children. design to supplant them, to help them end. >> is that why you've come? to end the avengers? >> i've come to save the world. but also, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: elizabeth olsen! "avengers age of ultron" is in theater and imax 3d may 1st. i hope it's the biggest movie
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it's time for another round of g.e.'s fallonventions. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: welcome to g.e's fallonventions, jimmy fallon's night of invention. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now, i love inventions and i'm okay with kids. [ laughter ] so i got together with g.e. and we found some of the best and brightest kids out there. i think you're going to be amazed at what we came up with. so let's meet our first inventor, come on over here, sean. [ cheers and applause ] what are you doing? what do i do? how are you, sean? >> good. >> jimmy: what's your full name and where are you from, sean? how old are you? >> my name is sean vallet and i'm from new hampshire. >> jimmy: oh, hey, welcome. sean, how old are you, buddy? >> eight. >> jimmy: eight years old. >> i turned eight yesterday. >> jimmy: hey happy birthday. ♪ [ laughter ] i got you something. happy birthday.
okay. sean, now what is your invention? what is this thing? >> it is a paper airplane launcher. >> jimmy: a paper airplane launcher. >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay, yeah. you're aiming it at me. is that what you should be doing? what does that mean, what do you do here? >> hit the red button here, you wait a few seconds, and then you push the paper airplane right through the wheels. >> jimmy: okay. so it's a turning wheel? do you want to show me how to do it? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ applause ] this thing's awesome. it's like every kid's dream. that's pretty good. that's pretty good, sean. i think we get the idea. sean, hey, hey! cut that out! [ laughter ] every kid's going to want to own this. i also invented something, i think every kid is going to want to own, it's a fun thing, but really you can just throw
it. i invented something pretty awesome. check this out. two-sided toothpaste tube. people have always been frustrated with the toothpaste tubes, some left at the other end, so you have to push it from the back of the tube to the front. it's annoying. buddy, those days are over. don't believe me? take this and hold it up to the toothpaste tube, yeah. hold on. ready? yeah. that's what i'm talking about. see right there. [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: i mean, launching paper airplanes is cool, but this, this solves a problem that has haunted some of our greatest minds for thousands of years. go on, get lost, buddy. good to see you. get out of here, bye! this is mine. let's meet our next inventor. come on over, sahara, please. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
all right. sahara, how old are you? where are you from? >> i'm 14 and i'm from luguna niguel, california. >> jimmy: very cool. now, sahara, what is your invention? >> so i made a wildfire warning system that uses computer science. >> jimmy: so wildfire warning system. this is very cool. this is very interesting. >> i know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: now, look, i think this is a great idea. what would you do with this? would you put this in the different places where wildfires start? >> yeah, if you had several of these you could make a 3d printed case for it and you put them all around in a wildfire risk area. >> jimmy: yeah. and then it warns you, it's hooked up to the cell phone here. >> right. >> jimmy: it will warn you if there's a fire. we do have a safe fire over here. if you moved this over, like say there's a lunatic out there shooting paper airplanes in the woods and a fire happens, what do we do? >> careful. >> jimmy: thank you. what do we do? let's test this out. >> so basically how it works is
it has an arduino uno, it's like a little programmable computer. >> jimmy: yeah, i know what that the arduino uno is. [ laughter ] >> all right. i'll take you word for it. >> jimmy: yeah, adruino dos, quatro, tres -- all of them. yeah, my favorite ardominos. i love ardominos. >> great job. >> jimmy: it's my favorite italian restaurant in new york city. unlimited breadsticks. >> it's spanish. >> jimmy: it's spanish, yeah, but i know the chef so he makes the special italian dishes. don't mess with me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don't mess with me, sahara. let's see this thing work. >> all right. all right. so there's three different sensors on it. there's a gas, infrared, and temperature sensors. it uses all three sensors. and based on those readings, it makes a decision on whether or not there's a fire then sends the decision to the phone. >> jimmy: let's check it out. see if there's a fire here. normal. no fire. nothing. sahara, don't burn yourself. >> good plan. >> jimmy: all right. >> there we go. >> jimmy: hey, fire detected! hey, it works. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> yeah, it works. >> jimmy: that is a great,
great, great invention. fantastic. it's pretty impressive. and i think "pretty" impressive because it's not quite as impressive as something i made. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is the mini squeegee. now, this is for all you iphone lovers out there, tired of looking at a dirty screen all day. all you do is dip this in the bucket here. you put your iphone. >> "squeegee" is a technical term. >> jimmy: is squeegee a a technical term, yep. squeegee is the name of the chef over at that place --. >> is that a first name or a a last name? >> jimmy: a nickname. look at this, i invented this tiny little bucket right here. >> did you steal that idea from him? >> jimmy: yeah. this is great. this is my idea over here. here's the cleaner iphone. best part, it also works for apple watches. brand new apple watch, but it's a "nano squeegee." yeah? >> nano squeegee. okay. >> jimmy: impressed? >> no. >> jimmy: get out of here. [ laughter and applause ]
uncle jimmy has to keep the train moving. let's meet our last inventor, brooke. come on over here, pal. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] this is for me? hi, brooke. how old are you and where are you from? >> i'm seven years old and i'm from little rock, arkansas. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you so much. i heard you have a joke for me? >> yes. what is a cat's favorite color? >> jimmy: what is a cat's favorite color? i don't know, what? >> purrrple. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: if this doesn't work out you can have a job on our show. you can write the monologue. so this is for me? [ laughter ] what is your invention here? >> the tissue time 3000. >> jimmy: how did you come up with the 3000? what's that number mean? 3000? you tried it 2,999 and this one
worked. no? >> it's the first number that popped in my head so i put it on the box. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sorry, hey. you don't have to yell at me! now, what do i do? i put this on here? >> yes, you put it on like a a normal belt, except it's velcro. >> jimmy: velcro belt. is this right? >> yes, it's right. >> jimmy: how did you -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i got to tell timberlake and andy samberg about this. how did you come up with the idea for the tissue time 3000? >> because i was crying on new year's eve. >> jimmy: you were crying on new year's eve, why? >> because i wanted to stay up until midnight and my mom and dad wouldn't let me, but i
cried and then they let me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: good for you. good for you. now, what's the plastic bag? do you have a plastic bag in your pocket? what is that for? >> well, you just hook it to your belt with a handle like this. [ laughter ] then with you're done with the tissue. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you just throw it away. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: you are so cute. oh my gosh. you are the cutest thing i've ever seen in my life. all right. that's a great invention. all the inventors come over here, guys. [ cheers and applause ] guys i do have one more thing i want to show you. g.e. wants young minds to dream big and make the impossible possible.
so they're giving each of you $5,000 to help further your educations. congrats, bud. you're getting $5,000. isn't that fun? my thanks to sean, sahara, and brooke and our friends at g.e. for more fallonventions go to the fallonventions website to see more of my inventions. if you got a kid with an invention we want to see it. go to tonightshow.com/fallonventions for more info on how to submit and for a chance to be a kid inventor on the show. we'll be right back with more of the "tonight show" everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ >> jimmy: my thanks to chris pratt, elizabeth olsen, ge and all of our young inventors right there. i'll be hearing a lot about you guys. great job. [ cheers and applause ] give it up for the roots right here, ladies and gentlemen, from philadelphia. thank you so much for watching. have a great weekend. hope to see you next week. bye-