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give you updated numbers now on our breaking news right now. again this is happening in the westin in downtown palo alto, near stanford university. eight people have been rushed to stanford and el camino hospitals. the question is when will this hotel be given the all-clear? into n >> now the guests were complaining of an irritating smell. the hazmat crews are looking for the source of that. they looked at the first floor of the garage, now they are at the second floor and trying to figure out exactly what caused the people to have those respiratory problems. >> we'll hope to have an update for you early. thank you. >> good night, we'll see you tomorrow. >> 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 -- will forte, kate upton, alex rodriguez, musical guests steve martin and edie brickell, and featuring the legendary roots cr. >> questlove: 356, whoo! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you! thank you very much! ♪ oh. fantastic. that's an electric crowd. i love you. wow. that is too much. thank you, thank you, so much. i appreciate that. welcome, everybody, to "the tonight show." this is it. [ cheers ] you're here.
you made it. this is the show. you're here. hot show tonight. we have "last man on earth" star will forte on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] we also have kate upton on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] that's right. it's every, every guy's dream being the last man on earth with kate upton. you're like, yeah, "hey, kate, it looks like it's just me and you. still no? okay." [ light laughter ] well, halloween is just a a couple days away. you guys ready for that? are you guys excited? [ cheers ] everybody is all excited. getting in the spirit. last night i watched two scary movies. the republican debate and the mets game. [ laughter ] i couldn't sleep. i couldn't sleep. actually, did you see the debate? during the gop debate, ben carson was asked what his greatest weakness is, and he said he couldn't see himself as president until people asked him to run. yeah. he also couldn't see himself as president because he never opens his eyes. [ laughter ]
and carly fiorina said that, after the previous debate, people told her that she needed to smile more. yeah. they were like, "just pretend you're laying off a bunch of people." [ laughter ] yeah, thank you. in his closing comments, rand paul said that he is running to create a government so small that you can barely see it. paul said it would be modeled after his presidential campaign. [ laughter and applause ] it was very interesting. he didn't have to say that. no, but he did. [ applause ] >> steve: nice of him. very nice of him. >> jimmy: one of the big moments from the debate came when a moderator asked what the government should do about online gambling and fantasy football. check out what chris christie had to say. >> wait a second. we have $19 trillion in debt. we have people out of work. we have isis and al qaeda attacking us, and we're talking about fantasy football? >> jimmy: ha! i loved it. [ cheers and applause ] i loved it. spoken like a guy who's definitely in last place in his fantasy football league. [ laughter ]
i should have never traded romo! in the early debate last night, bobby jindal was asked what smartphone apps he uses, and jindal admitted that he still uses a blackberry. [ audience oohs ] even blackberry was like, "bobby jindal is still around?" [ laughter ] meanwhile, lindsey graham had some real tough talk at the early debate, and really brought out his tough-guy voice. check it out. >> when it comes to dealing with me, you've got a clenched fist or and open hand. you pick. the party's over to all the dictators. make me commander in chief, and this crap stops. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: that's also his recipe for kneading muffin dough. it's like "i take an open hand and a clenched fist, and i mash that dough until it's good and tender." speaking of lindsey graham, i read that he had some whiskey shots and beers at a bar in colorado the night before the debate.
yeah. in fact, if you slow down the audio just a bit, it sort of sounds like he's still drunk. check it out. >> the only reason i have an iphone is because i gave my number to donald trump. >> jimmy: that's right. [ cheers and applause ] i love that. as i mentioned before, last night, the royals beat the mets in game two of the world series. [ audience boos ] which means the mets are now down two games to none, and this doesn't look good. i mean, even mr. met seems upset. take a look at him. he's looking sad. [ light laughter ] it's sad to see a mascot unhappy. fortunately we have our own mascot here at "the tonight show." hashtag the panda. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ all right. hashtag, you want to cheer up mr. met? okay, good. you brought a joke. oh, of course, i'll read this for mr. met. what do mets fans do when the royals hit a home run? >> what? >> jimmy: they bamboo.
that was great! thank you, hashtag the panda. that will cheer up mr. met. hashtag, everybody. get out of here. ♪ [ cheers ] ♪ [ laughter ] oh, my god. he was exhausted or something like that. he seems his back hurt him, or something. ♪ hashtag, is he okay? hashtag. no, no, no, no, no. don't make him do it. hash tag, are you okay? i just want to make sure he's fine. ♪ oh, he's leaving. he's leaving. he's had enough.
[ audience aws ] aw, he's upset. hashtag, come on back. hashtag, come on. ♪ hey, hey, hey. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] there you go. fantastic. fantastic job. >> steve: he's not faking it. >> jimmy: this is pretty big. no, he's not. he's really -- he's an exhausted person. ♪ no, no, no, no. i couldn't do it to him. i couldn't do it. [ laughter ] guys, this is pretty big here. it was announced that china officially ended its one-child policy this week, and will allow parents to have two children. [ cheers ] over the next few nights, the only thing that will be made in china is love. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ in bed. yeah.
first, i had to say it. listen to this. you guys, police in massachusetts are looking for two men who stole $1400 from a a cash box at a bingo night. yeah. they say the men were last seen driving west on i-90. [ laughter and applause ] i-90? and finally, there are reports that a movie is in the works based on the game, monopoly. yeah, they say the movie will be just like the game because it's four hours long and it ends with your family fighting. it's great. [ laughter ] we have a great show, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how exciting. it's been a great week so far. you guys, there's more ahead. tomorrow night, our pal dana carvey will be here.
[ cheers and applause ] plus my bff, demi lovato will be here, and thank you notes. she was great on "snl," demi lovato. >> steve: she was fantastic. >> jimmy: oh man, she was insane. but first, from the very funny show "the last man on earth." he is so funny. he's our good friend, will forte is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] we have so many people, so many things to get to. >> steve: jam-packed show. >> jimmy: jam-packed show. maybe some surprises. >> steve: what? [ cheers ] >> jimmy: plus, she's one of the most beautiful women in the world. supermodel kate upton is dropping in. [ cheers and applause ] also joining us tonight, he's doing world series commentary for fox. he's still one of the best players in the game. from the new york yankees, alex rodriguez is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] i don't think he likes me. >> steve: we'll find out. >> jimmy: yeah. i go to the games. well i'll tell you when he comes out here. but i go to the games with lorne, and we sit right behind
him, and he stares at me funny. >> steve: really? >> steve: what does he do to lorne? does he go, hey? >> jimmy: he says hi to lorne, then he stares at me. >> steve: really. >> jimmy: and swings the bat at me. well, i'll tell you when he comes out. guys, it doesn't end there. there's more show. there's more fun stuff. gosh, i'm so excited for this. grammy award-winning duo steve martin and edie brickell. >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: look at that. [ applause ] >> steve: steve and edie. >> jimmy: so familiar. [ applause ] they're fantastic. >> steve: they're great. >> jimmy: oh, it's great. guys, it's time for "tonight show" hashtags. [ cheers ] ♪ hashtags hashtags ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: you guys are on twitter, right? you guys on twitter out there? we use it every single week here on the show, we use twitter. so, if you watch our show and you want to play along, we do this thing every wednesday where i send out a hashtag, we ask you guys to tweet out things based on that topic. so since halloween is this saturday, i went on twitter and started a hashtag called "halloween fail." [ light laughter ] i asked you guys to tweet out
something funny or weird that happened to you on halloween. we got thousands of tweets. within 30 minutes, it was a a trending topic in the u.s. [ cheers and applause ] so, thank you for the tweets. now i thought i'd share some of my favorite "halloween fail" tweets from you. these are pretty good. this first one is from @agentbarton. she says, "when i was 12 i went dressed as hermione granger from harry potter. everyone thought i was judge judy." [ laughter ] >> steve: oh. crap. >> jimmy: that's a good costume. >> steve: yeah, it's a costume. >> jimmy: still a good costume. >> steve: pee on my leg, tell me it's raining. >> jimmy: yeah. this one's from @yasma. she says, "i took more than one piece of candy from the bowl that said take one. the homeowner was hiding in the bushes and yelled, take one!" that's scary. [ light laughter ] this one's from @angrypancakes. >> steve: oh. [ light laughter ] watch out. oh. >> jimmy: he says "dad thought it would be funny to jump off the roof and scare kids as they walked to the door. on his first jump, he broke his ankle." [ laughter ]
>> steve: pancake! >> jimmy: that one made me laugh. >> steve: i love to flip those pancakes. >> jimmy: this one's from @andreawest. she says, "my dad followed us in his rv when we went trick-or-treating. people would ask, uh, you know that guy, right?" [ laughter ] >> steve: help us. windowless van. >> jimmy: this one is from @mandycandypants. >> steve: oh, i sent one in? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: this one's yours? >> steve: yeah, it's mine. >> jimmy: i didn't know that. she says "i went dressed as ursula from the little mermaid, and someone asked me if i was guy fieri." [ laughter ] >> steve: come on. it's the hair. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> steve: the white hair. the octopus hair. >> jimmy: this one's from @bannisgameworks. he says, "my dad put out an empty candy bowl with a sign that said, "please take one, to make each kid think the last kid stole it all." [ laughter ] >> steve: that's more like a a win. >> jimmy: that's kind of the grinch that stole, yeah, halloween. this one's from @jackthomas4.
he says, "dad made my sister a a giant hershey kiss costume. she didn't fit in the car and had to walk alongside as we idled at 3 miles per hour." [ laughter ] "doing great, honey! just ten more houses! we're not stopping until we get a reese's peanut butter cup?" >> steve: hang on to my hand. don't let go of my hand. >> jimmy: this one's from @allytinker. she says, "i used to ask my dad to hold my candy basket while we were trick-or-treating, and he would eat my candy. he called it a dad tax." [ light laughter ] >> steve: yeah. we do that at our house. >> jimmy: yeah, you guys o the dad tax? >> steve: mom tax, dad tax. again, another win. hallo-win. >> jimmy: this one is from @kayleeannkey. she says, "once i dressed as a a recycling bin for halloween. all night, people were throwing their trash down my arm holes." [ light laughter ] at least they recycle. >> steve: at least it was arm holes. [ laughter ] [ cymbal crash ] [ cheers ] >> jimmy: this one's from
@misterxleeben. he says, "one year we ran out of candy so my mom sent me out to trick-or-treat our neighbors so we could get more candy to hand out." that's genius. >> steve: that's a win. that's another win. >> jimmy: that's genius. >> steve: yeah. i'm going to remember a lot of these. >> jimmy: saves you a trip to the grocery store, yeah. that's good. >> steve: going to the peterson's. >> jimmy: this last one here is from @mynameiskelly. she says, "kids told me not to go to this one house on our street because of the mean old man who lived there. it was my house and my dad." [ cheers and applause ] there you have it. those are our "tonight show" hashtags. to check out more of our favorites, go to tonightshow.com/hashtags. we'll be right back with will forte, and like a thousand people. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i'm not a fan of putting my personal info in these online shopping forms. hellloooo??? i don't have time to be filling out my address, i need to be buying a dress. that's why i use masterpass.
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♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's sounded good, roots. thank you, roots. our first guest is an emmy award-nominated actor and writer and good friend of ours. he stars on the very entertaining comedy series "the last man on earth" which airs sundays at 9:30 p.m. on fox.
please welcome the talented, the hilarious, will forte, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ will forte! always good to see you, buddy. >> it's good to see you. >> jimmy: you look fantastic. i want to say congratulations. second season -- [ laughter ] >> i know what that's about. >> jimmy: i'm not even gonna bring it up. there's nothing to talk about. you look fantastic. >> thank you. what's funny about me looking fantastic? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i did a joke earlier, they're just laughing at that. [ laughter ] >> oh, okay. oh, good. i felt uncomfortable. >> jimmy: no, don't feel uncomfortable. we love you. we love you. >> okay, good. >> jimmy: second season of "last man on earth." congrats on the emmy
nomination. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fantastic -- acting, writing as well, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's great. you do good stuff. people who haven't seen the show, basically you're the last man on earth. >> for a time. >> jimmy: a short time. >> spoiler but really this is a a spoiler where, you know, the spoil's on you because you should have been watching a a long time ago. >> jimmy: yeah, the show has been on for over year. >> yeah, yeah, more people come in. >> jimmy: "the last man on earth," one girl is there and you immediately marry her and want to procreate. >> right. [ laughter ] that's kristen schaal comes in. we don't get along, but we still we decide to repopulate for the good of the earth. >> jimmy: good for you. that's so nice. >> yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] you're welcome. >> jimmy: that's thoughtful. >> then she makes me-- she won't have sex with me unless we get married, so we get married. >> jimmy: because you're the only two people on earth. >> yeah. and then immediately january jones shows up. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's the best thing ever. yeah. now, i got to say, the beard is great. i do love the beard.
looking at you from this angle. i've never seen it from this angle and it's great. [ light laughter ] >> right. >> jimmy: you have a little anxiety about your beard. >> yeah. there was a -- i don't even remember exactly when it happened but there was some article that came out just about how bacteria infested beards were. cause, you know. so many hipsters have beards now. every single person i knew was sending me this article about what is potentially in my beard. >> jimmy: what's your biggest fear? what would be in your beard? >> i think we all know what the biggest fear is in that one, you know. [ laughter ] human waste. or any waste. any kind of animal waste. >> jimmy: human waste? >> yeah, fecal matter. >> jimmy: fecal matter? >> these articles say, you know, who are we kidding, there's probably fecal matter here and right up here. it's all over your face probably. >> jimmy: no, there isn't fecal matter on my face or anywhere or in your beard i don't think. >> okay, okay. but, that was a very real thing they said, like, a lot of these
beards are riddled with fecal matter. [ laughter ] quite a big fear. >> jimmy: you can't sleep at night and you're-- you think, you know, there might be poop in your beard. >> i mean, there's a chance, yeah. >> jimmy: that's a terrible fear. >> there's a chance. it's like, because if you find out you have poop in your beard, that becomes the headliner. you know? it's like, john wilkes booth was a very talented actor. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but not a lot of people know that, right? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i get what you're saying, yeah. so all your years on "saturday night live," acting all the that stuff, "last man on earth" goes to the wayside if they find out that-- >> that becomes the very first thing people think about. >> jimmy: oh look who it is, it's poop beard. [ laughter ] >> yeah, essentially. >> jimmy: well, we sent a post doc research scholar from ucla out to test your beard. now before we go any further, you seep a little nervous. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you brought a support
group with you. >> yes. you know, we're going to find out the results of what is in my beard and this is a big deal and so you guys were good enough to let me bring my support system. these are the people who are with me through every hard issue that i deal with. so i'm so appreciative they're here to sit with me through this. so, i'd like to introduce them. she stars in the hit comedy, "ripcord," which is playing at manhattan theatre club through december 6th, and he is an emmy and golden globe award-winning actor. please welcome rachel dratch and jon hamm. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: to support your friend here, you guys. yeah.
this is-- this is a big moment. >> jon: this is big. >> jimmy: this is a big moment. what -- [ laughter ] can i just ask you guys what you think before we even test? >> jon: oh, he's got poop in his beard. [ laughter ] >> there's that support system you got. >> jimmy: there's that support system you got. well, we have a video. we have a video of what will went through. this is footage of will's germ analysis. take a look at this, please. >> hello, my name is will forte. i'm on the set of my megahit television show "the last man on earth." megahit may be pushing it a a little bit, but you know, it's on the air. [ laughter ] i wanted to see what kind of stuff is in this beard. so what i have done i have invited dr. sunny ray. he is from the microbiology immunology molecular genetics parasitology division of ucla. [ laughter ] he's going to help find out what's in my beard. >> hello dr. sunny ray. >> hi will.
>> just do this real quick. just in case there is human feces in my beard. just, like, eye test, what does it look like? do you think you're going to find some scary stuff or do you think -- >> i see hummus, so pretty sure there's humus in there. >> i have been eating hummus. finish this last cracker and we'll get to it. >> sure. >> here we go, no turning back. ♪ feel good about my chances so far. ♪ >> you've been very brave. >> thank you. this is a very -- this could be the moment that i go from being will to being [ bleep ] beard for the rest of my life. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i have the results. i have the results right here. the first one is a long list.
this first one is called pseudomonas, this is a bacteria most commonly found in soil and dirty sneakers. [ laughter ] will, you tested positive. [ audience ohs ] >> i had just showered right before we took this test, too. >> jimmy: this one here, serratia marcescens. this is a bacteria often found in dirty showers. will, you tested positive for that as well. [ audience ohs ] >> that was expected. that was expected. >> jimmy: you thought that was -- >> jon: that was okay. >> rachel: when you shower, do you clean it or-- i'm just wondering how the beard-- >>
jimmy: this is staphylococcus most commonly found in trash cans. i think you know the answer to this, will. you tested positive, buddy. [ audience ohs ] >> jon: we should really get that looked at. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: next one is yeast. [ audience ohs ] comes from bread or beer. also from a yeast infection. [ laughter ] urogenital tract infection, or vaginal infection. >> or beer and bread. [ laughter ] beer and bread. >> totally beer or bread. >> jimmy: or beer or bread. will, i think we all know. i didn't google this. you tested positive, buddy. you got it. [ audience ohs ] finally, we're down to our last one here.
did you have poop in your beard? will forte, you do not have poop in your beard. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> oh, oh my god. [ screaming ] i was so scared. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our thanks to will forte, rachel dratch, jon hamm, dr. sunny ray, post doc research scholar at ucla. we'll be right back with the lovely kate upton. stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a supermodel, an actress, and as a breeders' cup ambassador, she'll be handing out the trophy at the 2015 breeders' cup classic this weekend. coverage of the breeders' cup begins saturday at 4:00 p.m. right here on nbc. everyone, please welcome kate upton! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ kate, welcome. you look gorgeous.
>> thanks. >> jimmy: were you doing my dance moves? >> yeah, i was -- i was mocking you. but you did it with a smiley face and it was cute. >> yeah, because whenever i do mean things i try to smile. you know, it's like after you text something mean to someone, you put "lol" at the end. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> oh, you're a piece of poop. >> jimmy: yeah. >> lol. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i really struggled not cussing there. that was actually -- >> jimmy: no, that was a good one. i think we all know what's going on right now because you're coming in a little cocky, comin' in a little hot. >> yeah. >> jimmy: because last time you were here, you beat me in a a game of flip cup. >> oh, i did. no, i didn't just beat you. i think i killed you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: who cares? >> and before you were like, i'm really competitive, i'm not going to let you win and everyone thought you let me win 'cause you lost so badly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it haunted me for a a little bit, yeah. it was worse, that you said, you go, i don't play flip cup,
i've never heard of the game. and i go, okay. or you, go heard it, i don't play it. and then you just schooled me. >> yeah. >> jimmy: a really competitive mean streak. and then on the way out you whispered lol. [ laughter ] and that's -- but you were always competitive. you used to ride horses, right, and compete? >> yes, i did. >> jimmy: rally? and how was -- do you remember your horses' names? >> yeah, i had this one horse, his name was too shiny forya. i didn't even get the whole you. >> jimmy: wait, too shiny forya? >> forya, yeah. so, you know, there was a lot of -- >> jimmy: that's fantastic. you know, i actually done -- you know i bought a racehorse once -- i invested in racing. don't ever do this. [ laughter ] >> it's so bad. >> jimmy: i invested in a a racehorse. everybody told me no. it was like just awful. they said, you're just gonna lose money. and i go, no i won't. and i get the horse and it -- hoping the horse will be named too shiny forya. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but no, your horse's name was named by the sire. and they tell you what your horse is gonna be named. my name -- my horse was poco
bueno. [ laughter ] >> only got a little bit. >> jimmy: which means a little good, yeah. i go, what? who bought mucho bueno or even bueno? i'll take bueno. little bueno? what is that? >> you got, like, a "c." you wanted an "a." >> jimmy: too shiny forya. i mean, how did you end up with such a great name? >> it's a great name, yeah. i remember getting second place and this class once. and i walked out, the girl who got first was like, well, i guess he's not to shiny for me. i was like, you know, teenage girls are mean. >> jimmy: and then she whispered lol. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's the worst part. breeders' cup this weekend. gonna be a giant thing. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you're giving out the trophy. >> i'm so excited. i'm so excited to meet american pharoah. >> jimmy: that's the thing. everyone's watching to see -- i know. [ cheers and applause ] if american pharoah wins, wait, if american pharoah wins that's the grand slam? >> grand slam, yeah, 'cause he got triple crown. now if he wins breeders' cup, grand slam. also i just wanna make out with american pharoah. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: you want to make out
with the jockey or the horse? >> the horse. not the jockey. >> jimmy: no, of course not. duh, make out with the horse. yeah. [ laughter ] what's going on? what's going on? so when you do -- when you do give the trophy what whatever horse it is, can you just even pretend to kiss it? we'll all be watching. >> i'll be, like the creeper in the back just like -- >> jimmy: yeah. can you give us a little symbol or sign, just tug your ear or something like that, and go like, nah, i'm just kidding then all of our viewers know kate did that for us. >> okay, i will. >> jimmy: you will? >> yeah. >> jimmy: no you won't. >> i'm gonna really make out. i don't need to do a symbol. >> jimmy: you can't really make out with a racehorse. >> you think -- you think i have to ask first? >> jimmy: no, i don't think kate upton -- i don't think kate upton has to ask anyone if she wants to make out with them. yeah, i think you just do it. [ laughter ] >> can i make out with your horse? no. oh, okay. he has a girlfriend. i get it. >> jimmy: yeah, i get it. >> i respect that. >> jimmy: yeah, totally respect that. well, pal, thank you for coming on. and i'll be watching this weekend. see you give out that trophy. and go american pharoah.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by one of the greatest baseball players of his generation. he's doing world series commentary right now on fox where game three between the royals and mets will air tomorrow night from citi field. please welcome a three-time mvp from the new york yankees, alex rodriguez! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> it is beautiful here. >> jimmy: thank you for coming. >> hi, everyone. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: thank you so much for -- for coming on the show because honestly, i gotta be honest, i never thought you would ever do the show because
i think -- yeah, i think you -- i think you hate me. i don't think you like me. i'll tell you why. before you answer. because here's what happened. i go to the game, very excited. sometimes i wear your shirt. anything. you know, like waving at you. and, you know, lorne michaels has really good seats. we sit right behind home plate. it's unbelievable. the best thing to watch you guys. and when derek jeter would come by on deck he'd look at me and give me the little, how you doing? little tip of his cap. you come out, you look at lorne, you give tips of your cap, then you find me and you start swinging the bat as hard as you can, you go -- [ laughter ] and i go, and i'm waving at you, and i'm going hi. and you're going -- you're not even up to bat yet. but i gotta say, then you go up to bat and you hit home runs every time i'm there. and i think i'm the key to your great season that you just had. [ cheers and applause ] that you should thank me. >> thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: you're welcome.
>> when i do -- and i do remember lookin' at you. i'm tryin' to figure out your loyalty. it's a little divided. are you a mets fan? a yankees? red sox? jimmy, which one is it? [ cheers ] >> jimmy: i'm a ranger fan, i'm a seattle fan, and a yankee fan. i'm a yankee fan but i'm rooting for the mets now because -- 'cause you're here. [ laughter ] half the city is super excited about the mets. they're doing a great job. you had a -- you had a great season last season thanks to me, but you also hit a big milestone when you turned 40 years old. and yes, happy birthday. >> depressing. >> jimmy: no it's not, it's a a great thing. i was gonna ask you, is there anything a 40-year-old alex rodriguez would say to a a 20-year-old a-rod? >> oh, boy. do you have enough time? >> jimmy: what would you -- >> i would probably just keep
it simple. enjoy yourself and remember to have fun, and, let's see, if you ever do a photo shoot, don't kiss any mirrors. >> jimmy: don't kiss any mirrors? >> do not kiss any mirrors. >> jimmy: i don't remember the photo you're talking about when you were kissing a mirror. i don't remember that photo at all. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> they just talked you into doing it and you did it and you go, oh, man. why did i do that? i know it's gonna be everywhere. well, at least we didn't make fun of it on our show when we did "late night." that was the one thing we made sure -- difference between my arm and your arm. [ laughter ] >> we were young, jimmy. >> jimmy: we were young, absolutely. i gotta say, you're fantastic on fox on the world series. i love you. hands down, i know you don't need me to say it, but you're great at this job. did you know that you can do this? >> no, no idea. and thank you. it is hard to do. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's really difficult to get
all your thoughts condensed and say it in 15 or 20 seconds and try to, you know, talk to your fan base about it. i don't know how you do this every night. >> jimmy: oh, no, no, no. please. [ cheers and applause ] i gotta say, you're up there, joe buck, i mean, legends, guys who have done it for years and years and you don't miss a a step. i go, i don't know, this is gonna be risky. why would a-rod do this? i go, you know, then i can see you kind of looking at me through the camera. you know? [ laughter ] as you're commentating, you're also giving me dirty looks. >> but you know what, i figured the same thing, it's just like baseball, it's just like the yankees. you need a great team. we have frank, we have raul, we have our quarterback, kevin, who's incredible. >> jimmy: yeah. >> he's like magic johnson. he just gives us no-look passes. makes us look pretty good. >> jimmy: fantastic. >> kevin's the key. >> jimmy: really. did you train, did you go to things, did you comment from home with the volume down and watch games and go -- you know about baseball, which is refreshing to watch, whatever you say, i go, "oh, that makes sense."
it's a-rod. [ light laughter ] >> i love to watch baseball, and if i didn't take the job, i would be home watching all the playoffs game, watching the world series. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and probably talkin' back to the tv. >> jimmy: yeah. the mets are down now. the mets are down. and they're comin' back home to citi field. what can they do to turn this around? because they're down two. >> it's not as bad as everyone thinks. >> jimmy: no. >> i believe in the mets. the mets still have a really good opportunity. [ cheers and applause ] and i will tell you one thing. look, the greatest thing about this world series is the best two teams are playing. i think it's gonna be a very long series, but let me tell you, we went into kansas city and they beat us two out of three. and we said, "wow, these guys are really, really tough," 'cause they are. but then we came back to new york, just like the mets are, and we played three games and we swept them. one, two, three. so they're beatable. they're beatable. >> jimmy: they are beatable. >> the mets just have to play really good baseball. they have to play good defense. and you never know. >> jimmy: there ya go. you never know.
[ applause ] good d, good d. you wanted to do one more thing before you left. and i think this is kind of a a fun thing. you want to just say what it is? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you're working, right? >> i am working tomorrow night, but i want to see who is the biggest yankee fan -- i'm sorry, i always say yankee. sorry, it's in my dna. who's the biggest met fan out there? >> jimmy: met fan? >> mets, mets. >> jimmy: i think it's clear it's that guy with the hunting -- there he is. only guy wearing a mets hat. yeah. >> jimmy, tomorrow i'm working for fox, but you, my friend, i'm gonna leave you two tickets at will call. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ enjoy game three of the world series. >> jimmy: he's going, i can't believe -- i can't believe i'm an alex rodriguez fan. now you're a mets fan and an alex rodriguez fan. there you go. our thanks to alex rodriguez! [ cheers and applause ] we've got a performance from steve martin and edie brickell after the break. stick around, everybody! ♪
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>> jimmy: our next guests are a a grammy-award winning duo whose new album, "so familiar" is out now and who's new musical "bright star" will premiere on broadway next year. congratulations. [ applause ] performing "won't go back", please welcome steve martin and edie brickell. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ got my four wheels on the pavement if you look you'll find me gone ♪ ♪ got the pedal to the metal my radio my radio on ♪ ♪ got you in my rearview mirror i intend to keep you there ♪ ♪ never going never going down that dark road the road you're on ♪ ♪ i've been there i've done that
i'll go anywhere but i won't go back ♪ ♪ never never never going back never never never going back ♪ ♪ never never never going back never going back now at last ♪ ♪ i made my mind up stumble as the proverbial mule i won't let you ♪ ♪ make an ass of this old fool anymore i've been there ♪ ♪ i've done that i'll go anywhere but i won't go back ♪
♪ i've been there i've done that i'll go anywhere ♪ ♪ but i won't go back never never never ♪ ♪ going back never never never going back never never never ♪ ♪ going back never going back ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fantastic! thank you, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> jimmy: fantastic. thank you very much. steve martin! edie brickell! "so familiar" is available now! we'll be right back, everybody. ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- sean "diddy" combs, from nbc's "blindspot", actress jaimie alexander, music from gary clark jr, featuring the 8g band with arcade fire's jeremy gara. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] glad to hear. real quick, how many of you watched the gop debate last night? [ cheers and applause ] how many people watched the world series last night? [ cheers and applause ]