tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC March 30, 2016 11:34pm-12:38am EDT
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: quatro quatro quatro! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, too much! please. welcome! hi. please, enjoy yourselves. please. welcome, welcome, welcome to the show. welcome, everybody. welcome to "the tonight show." [ cheers and applause ] this is it. this is the show. that's it. you made it. you're as much a part of the show as i am. yeah. welcome, everybody. i'm psyched.
we got a hot crowd, man. >> steve: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: got a hot show! >> steve: fantastic! >> jimmy: it's a hot show. you guys, we got james spader from "the blacklist" on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] not to be confused with donald trump's blacklist, which is just a list of reporters who ask him questions. [ laughter ] "i'm suing you for being a a reporter." actually, trump, who was at yet another town hall last night along with john kasich and ted cruz, and at one point ted cruz was asked about his weaknesses. and admitted that he's hard-charging, and has stepped on some toes. then he was like, "but enough about my high school prom." [ laughter ] [ applause ] ♪ >> steve: ow! ♪ >> steve: ow! ♪ >> steve: ow! >> jimmy: ted cruz was also asked about his favorite snack and he said, quote, "between cookies and cheese, you could have a great party." [ laughter ]
in related news, ted cruz has never been to an actual party. [ laughter ] "this party's lame. where are the cookies and the cheese? [ applause ] where are the cookies and the cheese? [ laughter ] you said you're having a party. there's no cookies. there's no cheese. [ laughter ] i brought my own. i brought my own cookies and cheese, in a ziploc. it's oatmeal raisin and some goat cheese. i call it goatmeal raisin. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i gotta go. 7:15. got to go get some zs." >> steve: bedtime. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: cookies and cheese! [ light laughter ] they did actually talk about some serious issues like national security, and texas state senator ted cruz even brought up his home state as an example, but he just got one little thing wrong. listen to this. >> if you don't identify the problem, you don't devote -- you don't direct law enforcement and national security resources to stopping it. i'll give a specific example. my home state of florida. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: i'll let donald trump explain it. >> i watched ted cruz. his home state is not florida. his home state is texas. it may be canada. but to the best of my knowledge it's texas. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: people are like, "did donald trump just call canada a a state?" [ laughter ] "it will be when i'm done being president. it will be. trust me. [ cheers and applause ] i'll make it a state, okay? canada is a state of mind." [ laughter ] this is kind of crazy. i saw that a woman has written an article called "my awful date with donald trump." claiming she went out with trump in the '70s and he was a a boring date and that she had to pay for dinner. [ laughter ] trump's not the only candidate to have an embarrassing story like this come out. here are a couple others. this person went on a date with bernie sanders. she said, "he asked if i wanted to do something fun, then took me down to wall street to yell at buildings. [ laughter ]
we did that for three, maybe four hours." [ laughter ] "one percent!" [ applause ] this woman went out with ted cruz. she said "it wasn't really a a date. i just noticed he was staring at me across a coffee shop. [ light laughter ] then after about an hour he walked over to my table and said, 'that counts' and left." [ laughter and applause ] he left me some cookies and cheese. [ laughter ] >> steve: cookies and cheese. >> jimmy: here's a cookie and here's some cheese. >> steve: it's a party. >> jimmy: it's a party. [ light laughter ] you gotta have cookies and cheese! a little celebrity gossip here. it's rumored that justin bieber recently planned to rent out the staples center. >> eh! [ laughter ] >> steve: it's fonzie -- it's fonzie's daughter! >> jimmy: the fonz! the fonz's daughter is here today. [ laughter ] unbelievable. eh! [ applause ] henry winkler's daughter. amazing. welcome. >> steve: staples center. eh! [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: whoa. jump some sharks later if you guys want to tune in. >> steve: whee! >> jimmy: justin bieber recently planned -- [ laughter ] ehh! watch it over here! [ laughter ] don't make fun of the biebs over here. eh, oh. [ laughter ] he was going to do something very romantic, justin bieber. he planned to rent out the staples center to watch "titanic" with his ex selena gomez but wound up canceling it. [ audience oohs ] bieber and gomez didn't go, but since they were already there two janitors in the staples center were like, "shall we enjoy this romantic evening, don?" [ laughter ] [ applause ] "draw me like one of your french girls!" >> steve: eh! >> jimmy: eh! >> steve: too far. you took it too far over here. [ laughter ] >> both: eh! >> steve: got some cookies and cheese. >> jimmy: what's your problem over there? [ laughter ] >> steve: i'm done nothing over here. leave me alone over there. [ light laughter ]
>> jimmy: how many cigarettes do you have? >> steve: i have five lined up ready to go. all right? a little tech news here. a company in japan is testing a a new drone on a golf course that delivers golf balls and refreshments. that's right. a drone that brings you drinks and gets your golf balls. or as my dad called that, jimmy. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> steve: oh! go get it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not how you play. >> steve: whatever. >> jimmy: whatever, drone. >> steve: i don't want to waste money on balls. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: here's a local story here. new york and new jersey officials have agreed to reconstruct the port authority bus terminal here in new york. [ cheers and applause ] i know. the process will cost an estimated 10 to $15 billion. and that's just to clean the bathrooms. [ laughter ] >> steve: eh!
eh, cookies and cheese. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that could be our catchphrase. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. after you do a good -- and that's just to clean the bathrooms. >> audience: eh! >> jimmy: hey -- [ laughter ] if you like weed and you live in colorado you might want to listen to this here. >> steve: oh, good. >> jimmy: apparently a cannabis club in colorado is giving away free joints to people who volunteer to clean up parts of the community. >> woo! >> audience: eh! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> steve: not yet. >> jimmy: yeah, not yet. but they have learned the hard way to hand out the joints after the volunteers do their job. [ applause ] here's one you can do it on. you can do it on this one. this is cool, everybody. i saw that disneyland is opening in shanghai this summer. >> audience: eh! >> jimmy: no, not yet. not yet. [ laughter ] not yet. >> steve: got to give them the high sign. got to give them the high sign. >> jimmy: you'll get -- i'll do
this. >> steve: okay, yeah, do that. adjust the tie. >> jimmy: when i do this -- >> steve: adjust the tie and bounce. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'll grab the tie and i'll bounce on it. >> steve: yeah. double heel bounce, tie. >> jimmy: okay. double bounce, tie. i saw that disneyland is opening in shanghai this summer. marking -- no. no. again. did i do it? did i bounce? hey, guys. [ light laughter ] i saw that disneyland is opening in shanghai this summer, marking the first time in china that parents are happy they can only have one kid. >> audience: eh! [ applause ] >> jimmy: costs $600 to go to disneyland. actually, legos working on -- started making disney themed legos. yeah. you can tell they're disney legos. when you step on one you go -- [ sings "lion king" theme] [ laughter ] we have a great show. give it up for the roots, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it has been a great week so far. there's more ahead. tomorrow night taylor lautner will be here. >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: and in honor of march madness we're going to play a a game of random object shootout. plus we have great music from weezer. that's right. [ cheers ] then on friday we'll have aaron paul, governor chris christie, and comedian nate bargatze. you don't want to miss it. it's good. [ cheers and applause ] but first we have a fantastic show tonight. we love it when he stops by. star of nbc's "the blacklist," james spader is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] i could just talk to him forever. he's just the most interesting guy. i love him so much. plus, from the comedy series "life in pieces," and the new film "elvis and nixon," an old pal of ours -- colin hanks is on the show tonight. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and we have great music from bibi bourelly, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
bibi bourelly. cool name. as you guys know, we're always striving to get better here at "the tonight show." ♪ ♪ harder better faster stronger ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so before every show we put out a suggestion box from the audience just to get the feedback about what you guys think of the show, things you'd like to see us do, that kind of stuff. so tonight, let's look inside the audience suggestion box. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ look into the box the suggestion box ♪ >> jimmy: here we go right here. first one is from ivan betts. "hey, jimmy. i'm super pumped about march madness. you should do the thing they do at basketball games and have a a kiss cam with the audience on your show." that sounds fun, but why just do one cam when we can do a a bunch of different cams? so audience, get ready. it's time for the "tonight show random cam." ♪ hug! hug him! hug each other!
hug each other! hug each other! hug each other! hug each other! hug! hug! hug each other! hug! hug each other! hug each other! ♪ thank you. please. that'll work. yeah. there you go. fist bump. fist bump each other. fist bump each other. come on. fist bump each other! oh, yeah, he hugged you. he hugged you. jazz hands. jazz hands! yeah, that's right! you go jazz hands. butt bump! butt bump! do the butt bump. butt bump each other. there you go. that's what i'm talking about. ♪ [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: man. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: that was a complete nightmare. [ laughter ] >> steve: eh! >> jimmy: no -- no one did -- [ laughter ] he gave him a chest bump, he hugged him. [ light laughter ] >> steve: good suggestion. >> jimmy: yeah, this suggestion box here. this is from danielle shapiro. "hey, jimmy, i'm in a pickle because i want to watch the election coverage but i also want to watch the new pee-wee herman movie on netflix.
can you help?" [ laughter ] definitely. here's footage of the current 2016 presidential candidates talking, but we've replaced their real voices to make them sound like pee-wee herman. [ laughter ] check this out. >> i don't get angry often. but you mess with my words, you mess with my kids, that'll do it every time. >> the time is long overdue! >> we have to remove the federal prohibition on marijuana. >> mexico's going to pay for the wall, and they're going to be happy about it. you know what? they're going to be happy about it! ha ha, hmm mm. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: legalizing marijuana. this is from mark canner. "hey, jimmy. the major league baseball season's about to start. can't wait. i'm an avid baseball card collector. especially players from the '70s. they all looked so funny and had some pretty weird names. i wonder what you and the roots would have looked like back then. ha, ha.
you should find out." i mean, look at some of these guys. these are he actual players and their real names. they're cool. check them out. here's dick pole. [ laughter ] from the red sox. nice looking 'stache. then we have pete lacock. [ laughter ] he looks cool. so we went ahead and tried out some of those looks and names for ourselves. here's two '70s baseball hall of fame inductees. first you got your short-stop, dusty balls. [ laughter ] [ applause ] and your first baseman, rod stiffly. there you go. [ applause ] [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, my gosh. eh. >> jimmy: ah, this is from allie grimes. "hey, jimmy, this friday is april fool's day. did you plan any april fool's pranks on anyone?" well, i'm not a big prank guy.
i don't like pranks. but this year i actually did one. it was on one of our assistant researchers, doug kearney. he's a pretty high-strung guy as it is. so when he went to the bathroom i replaced his black ballpoint pen with a blue ballpoint pen. [ laughter ] watch what happened. [ light laughter ] >> what the -- [ crash ] [ laughter ] [ screaming ] [ light laughter ]
>> jimmy: doug? i have your pen back. i just switched them. april fool's. [ laughter ] >> i get it. yeah, that's black. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he aimed it at his face. >> steve: we wish him all the best. >> jimmy: i don't know. give him all the best. this last one here is from steve, uh, pa-shep. uh -- [ light laughter ] >> steve: steve what? what's steve's last name? >> jimmy: steve must be here. steve, uh -- it's p-e-s-h-p. [ laughter ] peshp. steve peshp. he's a real person. "hey, jimmy, i know you and the roots make a great team on tv, but i was wondering how you'd fare on the basketball court?"
that's a really good question, mr. peshp. [ laughter ] we wanted to know how we worked as a team too. so me and the roots challenged another famous team, the harlem globetrotters, to a game of basketball. [ cheers and applause ] and we taped the entire thing. here's how it went. [ whistle ] ♪ >> take this. take this one. ♪ [ audience ohs ] ♪ >> wait a minute! [ laughter ] >> traveling. >> what are you talking about?
♪ ♪ >> ah-ah-ah! [ whistle ] [ whistle ] [ cheers ] [ buzzer ] >> jimmy. ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we got two! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ buzzer ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: the harlem globetrotters! >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: they're the best! [ cheers and applause ] that's all the time we have for "audience suggestion box." stick around. we'll be right back with james spader, everybody. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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award-winning actor who stars in the hit nbc series "the blacklist," which returns april 7th at 9:00 p.m. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome james spader. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: nice to see you again, buddy. looking good as always. thank you for this. you know i like talking about music and records and vinyl and analog and digital and all that stuff. and i know you have a record player. >> that's a slippery slope. >> jimmy: it could end up being, yeah -- it is a slippery slope. it could be a long conversation about just tech and geeking out. >> i want to get to one of those salons sometimes, questlove. [ light laughter ]
>> questlove: next time. i'll hook you up. >> yeah, i was reading about it in the times. fantastic. music, dinner. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. i want to get to one of those too. i just haven't gotten the invitation. [ laughter ] >> questlove: my bad. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you got room for that, yeah. so i guess he has people over at his house -- >> yeah. fantastic. they wrote about it in "the new york times." >> jimmy: has a chef come over to his house. >> yes. >> jimmy: plays good music. >> yep. >> jimmy: sounds fun. [ laughter ] hey, wait -- no, no. you can't go now. james, no, you can't go now. now we have to do this -- we have to talk about things. and you know what i want to talk to you about? because last time you were here you said you have a story about jfk jr., who was a friend of yours. >> i told you the story last time i was here, i think, about -- i thought i had about a job i'd gotten from his mother, jacqueline onassis. >> jimmy: yes. jackie o. >> yeah. >> jimmy: jacqueline onassis. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you'd hang out and go to the apartment? >> well, john and i had gone to high school together. he was a year behind me.
he was actually my age, but the birthdays were such that he was a year behind me and he -- we anyway so, one afternoon, john and i had had a rather festive afternoon. [ light laughter ] anyway, we -- >> jimmy: you had a festive afternoon. >> very festive. >> jimmy: very classy way of putting it. >> and we found ourselves in the library in the apartment. and sometime, i don't know, it was about 5:00 or 6:00, or something. we were in the library and the television was set up there. and john put on some sporting event he wanted to watch and i just couldn't care -- i was -- couldn't be less interested in watching whatever the hell it was. so i was just sort of sitting there a little spaced out on the couch and he was on the floor with pillows. and i was sitting on the couch just sort of spaced out. they always had this big bowl of pistachios on the coffee table in front of the couch. >> jimmy: yeah. >> well, things being festive and all -- [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: munchies. >> i started eating the pistachios, and sort of thumbing through books and things that were in -- you know, and magazines that were on the coffee table. and i just sort of was sitting there eating the pistachios. well, i finished the entire bowl of pistachios. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: ate the whole thing. >> it was just like a sea of shells all over the thing, you know. >> jimmy: 300 pistachios. >> it was a huge bowl of pistachios. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but as one does sometimes, it just becomes -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> a motion that -- >> jimmy: you don't understand what you're doing. >> you don't understand what you're doing. >> jimmy: just eat the bowl of -- yeah. >> you're just doing it. it's been a life is indulgence. but anyway. [ light laughter ] so -- anyway, so it came time for dinner, and when it was just sort of a family dinner, they would have in the dining room, they would have -- which was in a corner of the apartment. they would just have dinner at a small round table that was right in the corner. with windows here and here.
and it was just that. it was -- i mean, i was sitting here and jackie was there and john was there and caroline, john's sister, was here, and anthony radwell, their cousin was sitting on the other side of caroline. so we were sitting and we're talking and so on, and vasily brought out the first course, and we're sitting there and we're eating away and chatting about this and that, and i started to feel really hot all of a sudden. it just was -- but i figured it was winter, and their heat registers sort of converged right in that corner. so i figured, okay, it just sort of needs a little air in here. and jackie was very slim, so she kept the apartment warm. but i started getting hotter and hotter. and eventually, sort of a cold sweat. [ light laughter ] and really started to get that feeling like "wow, this isn't right." >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah, something's not right. and really, like a flop sweat. [ light laughter ] and i started to get that feeling of -- but you know, the conversation's going well and it's a great dinner and i'm
still continuing on with the eating. so i sort of, you know, slow down a little bit. all of a sudden, i start to feel like "wow, i think i'm feeling a little nauseous, this isn't great." and i'm just about to get up to say "excuse me, i think i'm going to go to the bathroom for a second." and i threw up on my plate. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: jacqueline onassis and the kennedys. [ light laughter ] yeah. you're sitting at dinner with the kennedys. >> right on my plate. >> jimmy: yeah. >> at which point, jackie, without missing a beat said, "good shot, jim." [ laughter ] [ applause ] and of course, john is across the table from me, now hysterical. >> jimmy: yeah. >> laughing. he thinks this is the funniest thing in the world. and i say "excuse me." i put my napkin over my plate. please excuse me. and i went down to john's room, and i sort of washed up.
and i came out, and by the time i came out, they'd moved on to the dessert. [ laughter ] and they said "are you all right?" i said no, no, no, i'm fine really. i think i ate something. clearly, probably a dozen of the pistachios were rotten or something. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: of course. there was only one in there. >> i said "okay. no, i'm fine." and john was hysterical still across the table from me. and he kept leaning back in his chair, you know. and jackie turned around and said "john, stop leaning back in your chair. come on, those are nice chairs. please stop leaning back on them." and he just kept laughing and looking at me. [ light laughter ] and he's leaning back like -- he leaned back again, and the chair crumbled underneath him. [ light laughter ] he completely collapsed. completely collapsed, and he disappeared from view behind the lip of the table. [ light laughter ] and all you could hear was this sort of giggling below the table.
[ laughter ] okay? at which point jackie turns and says, "dammit, john, if i've told you once i've told you a a dozen times, do not lean back in those chairs. and now see what's happened. look what you've done. it's just so rude." and he bounced up above the table with this huge grin and said, "jimmy just threw up at the table." [ applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh, that's a a great story. more with james spader when we come back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ during the lexus command performance sales event... [sportscaster vo] there's always a cause for celebration. [sportscaster vo] with extraordinary offers on our most powerful performance line ever. including the exhilarating is... the thrilling gs... and the powerful rc coupe. [sportscaster vo]
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i'm originally james, james fallon. did anyone ever call you jimmy? >> jackie. >> jimmy: oh, did she really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: she called you jimmy? >> yeah. and john did. and my parents did. my mother also called me jamesy. >> jimmy: i've had a couple jamesys. yeah, a couple times. hey, jamsey. >> and my mother completely, inexplicably, apropos of nothing -- my mother, every so often, would call me butterscotch poodle. [ laughter ] i don't think she'd ever even met -- >> jimmy: me too. me too. [ laughter ] i think it's a james thing. yeah, butterscotch poodle. is that right? >> i don't think she'd actually ever met a poodle. >> jimmy: no? >> i don't know where it came from. >> jimmy: it just came -- well, she just loved you. that's all. that's what moms do. i want to talk about "the blacklist." it returns april 17th. we missed it. [ cheers and applause ] we missed it. took it away from us, and we want it back really bad.
>> i've got to tell you something. >> jimmy: yeah. >> really, it is so crazy. we're shooting right now, episode 21. >> jimmy: wow. >> and 17 -- i must say, anybody who has ever had any interest even to the smallest degree in this show, even if one saw the pilot and then sort of abandoned it from that point. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but if anyone has ever had any passing interest in the show, boy 17 and 18 are so crazy. [ light laughter ] i mean, so crazy. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. and they just -- >> jimmy: you guys go for it on the show. >> 17 is sort of continuous into 18, the following week. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and the clip that we have was literally the only scene that we could show that wouldn't be a spoiler for the episodes. i mean, it really was the only scene that was presentable. >> jimmy: they're like movies. >> well -- >> jimmy: the budget's giant and the writing is fantastic. but watching, like, these --
it's like watching a bond movie or something like that. the explosions and things. >> well, these episodes are nuts. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and what's really great is -- >> jimmy: pistachio nuts. [ laughter ] they're that nuts. >> watch out. >> jimmy: they're pistachios. so watch out. they'll make you sick. >> don't get a rotten one. >> jimmy: they'll make you sick. yeah. but this one, can we -- it's self-explanatory kind of, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. watch. here's james spader and megan boone, who we love. best to megan boone. we love her. in "the blacklist." take a look at this. >> i'm here to ask you, to implore you, please don't do this. i'm telling you, no matter what you believe, tom is not the man you think he is. >> you're wrong. you don't know him. >> he's a criminal. >> no. he's changed. >> men like tom don't change.
you're attempting to build a a life with a man who is fundamentally dishonest. >> no. i am attempting to build a life with the father of my child. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "the blacklist" returns april 7th at 9:00 p.m. on nbc! james spader, everybody! we'll be right back with colin hanks. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ trolling for a gig with braindrone? can't blame you. it's a drone you control with your brain, which controls your thumbs, which control this joystick. no, i'm actually over at the ge booth. we're creating the operating system for industry. it's called predix. it's gonna change the way the world works. ok, i'm telling my brain to tell the drone to get you a copy of my resume. umm, maybe keep your hands on the controller. look out!! ohhhhhhhhhh... you know what, i'm just gonna email it to you. yeah that's probably safer.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is an emmy and golden globe award-nominated actor starring on the cbs comedy series "life in pieces." it's very, very funny. it airs its one-hour season finale tomorrow night at 8:30 p.m. you can also see him in the new film, "elvis & nixon", which opens in theaters april 22nd. and it's been chosen to be the centerpiece film at the tribeca film festival next month. please say hello to the very talented colin hanks, everybody!
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: it's so good to see you. looking good. >> you too, buddy. thank you. >> jimmy: congrats on everything. i want to talk to you about so many things. the tower records documentary. >> yes. >> jimmy: that you directed. you -- >> i directed it a tower records documentary called "all things must pass" about the rise and fall of tower records. >> jimmy: does anyone remember tower records at all? >> anyone? [ applause ] i know this guy does. this guy right here. >> questlove: never heard of it. >> jimmy: never heard of it. yeah, yeah. i mean that was -- on sunset boulevard, i used to go out to that one when i was out in los angeles. it was just the coolest. >> it's the best. you didn't have to buy anything. you could just stay and hang out. name another retail operation that doesn't care if you buy anything. >> jimmy: yeah, i didn't even have enough money to buy anything. i just looked at everything. >> you and a lot of other people that were there. >> jimmy: apparently, yeah, i guess. the family is just -- it's a a bummer that it's not there
anymore. >> yeah, it's a bummer. but you know, you can relive it with the documentary. it's on itunes and dvds, wherever dvds are sold. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's wherever -- dvds are sold at tower records. >> wherever they're sold. yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, you can buy them at tower records. >> jimmy: my mom sends her congratulations. >> oh, i love your mom. >> jimmy: you know, my mom -- >> i do love your mom. >> jimmy: my mom loves you. >> she's amazing. >> jimmy: you remember, we hung out? >> we had a very special evening, me and your mom. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> stop. stop right now. [ cheers ] no. ♪ no, no, no, no. >> jimmy: and dad, and papa fallon. >> and papa fallon -- >> jimmy: yeah, that's right. >> was there too. but wait. wait. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: again, no, no. again, no. >> wait. we had a very special -- i got to hang out with you at an "snl" afterparty. and i was able to hang out with your parents for an evening, which was a blast. your dad did his brando "godfather" impersonation for me. which apparently, he's retired now. is that true? >> jimmy: i haven't seen him do it in a while. but wherever we'd go, we'd make him do it and he would put food in his mouth and then he'd like -- [ laughter ] >> it's good.
>> jimmy: and he would talk to you as the godfather for about, you know, a half an hour, 45 minutes. [ laughter ] >> yeah. that's pretty much what it was. >> jimmy: that was the bit, yeah. >> that was good. and then we went -- do you remember the party that we went to after -- the post-post-party? do you remember that? >> jimmy: i remember -- wait. so, i kind of remember. this is around 4:00 in the morning. >> it was around 4:00 in the morning. we get into an elevator to go to some party -- it was one of those places where the elevator opens into a a kitchen. and your mom just went straight up to the counter and said, "i'll have a champagne, please." >> jimmy: yeah. >> and you just went, "mom, this is not a bar." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it was an apartment. >> this is someone's home. >> jimmy: this is someone's apartment. >> an apartment. and i'm gonna say it right now, i fell in love with your mom. [ laughter ] that lady knows how to do it. [ applause ] >> jimmy: she puts money down and goes, "i'll get a couple champagnes. let's get some champagnes going." >> and we were there for, you know, a little while longer. >> jimmy: gosh, it was so fun. we stayed a little bit and kept the party going. so she was like, "tell colin, i said hi." you're a fallon. you're an honorary fallon. the fallon's love you.
>> i take that very seriously. >> jimmy: we do, yeah. we're proud of everything you do. also, you're very, very talented. this new thing, "elvis & nixon," i cannot wait to see this thing. >> yes. >> jimmy: it's based on this photo, which i still don't understand what -- how this happened. >> yeah, a lot of people don't. i still don't understand. >> jimmy: and you're in the movie. yeah. >> i'm in the movie, yeah. so elvis showed up to the white house one day, saying that he wanted to meet the president so that he could be deputized as -- the precursor to the d.e.a. now -- >> jimmy: elvis presley. >> elvis presley. >> jimmy: drug enforcement agency. >> who was definitely enforcing something. [ light laughter ] he was doing something. >> jimmy: yeah. and kevin spacey plays nixon and michael shannon plays elvis in the film. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and then "life in pieces." congratulations on this. >> thanks, man. >> jimmy: it's just a a different -- it's just something different. something fresh. congratulations on this. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and i know that you're a dad in real life. >> i am, yeah. so i play -- every week, it's
four short stories, each following a different member of this extended family. and i play greg short, who's a a new father. so a lot of my scenes with zoe lister-jones, who was just here last week. >> jimmy: she was great. >> who's hilarious. >> jimmy: yeah. >> very, very funny lady. she and i play new fathers and -- so a lot of our scenes are with kids. the adage is don't work with animals and don't work with children. definitely don't work with animals. >> jimmy: that's the old school thing. >> that's the old school thing. the kids, you know, i don't mind. i have two. you have two. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so you sort of know that, you know, once that kid starts crying -- this is going to sound mean, but i mean it in the best possible way. once the kid is crying in the middle of the take, everyone else is trying to get the kid to stop, and i just go, "i don't care, where's the new one?" because that kid -- [ laughter ] wait for it. >> jimmy: that doesn't sound mean. >> wait for it. >> jimmy: that doesn't sound mean at all. >> let me explain myself, please. >> jimmy: that doesn't sound mean. >> it's because i know that i am not going to cheer that kid up. that kid is not going to be
happy that a stranger is, like, making faces at it. that kid only wants its mom. and i know that as a parent. so i just say let's pass that kid on. let's bring the new kid in. and we have three others. so -- [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: multiple children. that's very, very smart. >> we've got to make the day, guys. >> jimmy: very smart. >> we gotta make the day. >> jimmy: keeps the chemistry on the show. colin hanks, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] the season finale of "life in pieces" airs tomorrow night at 8:30 p.m. on cbs. and "elvis & nixon" hits theaters april 22nd. we'll be right back with music from bibi bourelly. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ verizon is the number one network in america. i know what you're thinking, they all claim stuff like that. yeah, but some of them stretch the truth a little bit. like this. faster, more reliable and better coverage than ever. and it shows the coverage there.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to james spader, colin hanks, bibi bourelly! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right here from philadelphia, pennsylvania, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye! thank you! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- sally field. from "girls," actress jemima kirke. music from aubrie sellers. featuring the 8g band with stanton moore. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! seth: good evening, everybody, i'm seth meyers, this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that's great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. cnn's anderson cooper hosted the seventh republican presidential forum last night, during which the three remaining gop candidates spoke with him one on one. and if you're wondering what that was like for cooper this is whe