tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC October 25, 2016 11:34pm-12:38am EDT
>> it's going to be a frosty morning tomorrow. 37 for the low in philadelphia. many of our neighborhoods will be around freezing. afternoon high only in the low 50s. keep the jacket and then the umbrella on thursday. a cold rainy day. mostly later in the day. then we go into the weekend. look at the warmup. i think, jim, you asked me a wheel back if we were going to be back in the 70s or was it 80s? either way i'll take it for the weekend. >> looks good. >> very good. >> well, beggars can't be choosers. >> have a good night. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- ethan hawke, phil collins, and featuring the legendary
roots crew. >> questlove: yeah! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome, welcome, welcome. welcome! hot crowd! >> steve: hot! >> jimmy: hot crowd here tonight in new york city. [ cheers and applause ] welcome, welcome. it feels good. it feels good. welcome to "the tonight show." this is it, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] this is what i'm talking about.
welcome. well, of course, everybody, the world series is happening. it just started tonight. [ cheers and applause ] everybody's talking about it. it's exciting. the chicago cubs is taking on the cleveland indians. [ cheers ] exciting. and did you see this? donald trump's running mate, mike pence, threw a baseball to reporters today with a note saying that he's rooting for the cubs. and then the reporters turned the ball over and the other side said "help." [ laughter and applause ] actually, donald trump's campaign has to be getting a a little worried because some of the new poll numbers. even trump himself actually admitted that he's somewhat behind in the polls but not by much. [ laughter ] but remember, this is a guy that thinks a million dollars from your dad is just a small loan. [ laughter and applause ] i don't know. well, this is pretty funny. yesterday, "the new york times" published a giant list of everyone and everything trump has insulted on twitter since
declaring his candidacy. [ light laughter ] then they had to print a a correction today after donald trump insulted the list itself. >> steve: really? [ applause ] >> jimmy: "ugly font. ugly, ugly font. sad list." meanwhile, hillary clinton made a surprise stop at a campaign event in north carolina this week where the actress who plays crazy eyes on "orange is the new black" was volunteering. crazy eyes said it was an honor to meet crazy smile. [ laughter and applause ] they got along just fine. >> steve: oh, so sweet. >> jimmy: this is sweet i read about a 100-year-old woman in nevada who was born before women had the right to vote and just cast an early vote for hillary clinton. [ cheers and applause ] when asked why, she said -- [ old lady voice ] i was scared trump would take away my birth control. [ laughter and applause ] what are you talking about? what? >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: some more political news here. chris christie's former aide
said in court on friday that christie once lashed out at her by yelling, "what do you think i am, a game show host?" of course there was that one time. do you remember when he guest hosted for "jeopardy?" >> steve: oh, fantastic. >> jimmy: yeah, he was actually -- he did a pretty good job. take a look at -- i don't remember this. >> and the last thing is this, i've spent the last 13 years of my life focused on one thing. >> what are cupcakes? [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: oh no, you didn't. gosh. >> jimmy: what is oh no you didn't? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: people are still talking about this massive cyber attack that disabled many of the internet's most popular websites, including twitter, spotify, and netflix. analysts say that this won't be the last time this happens. but don't worry. we can help you guys get through it in a new segment we call, "tonight show's" tips for life without the internet. here we go. ♪ tonight show's tips for life without the internet ♪
>> jimmy: first up, tip number one, talk to people. [ laughter ] spark up a conversation with the people around you. introduce yourself. tell them who you are, what you do for a living and how happy you are to be married to them. [ laughter and applause ] tip number two, explore. if google maps is still working, use it to get directions to "outside." outside is that wondrous place you know from your screen saver. [ laughter and applause ] fantastic. tip number three, make your cat go viral. while you're offline, train your cat to do something adorable, like a christopher walken impression. so that when the internet is back, it can become a viral sensation. next, tip number four, rethink the cat thing. your cat can't do a a christopher walken impression. come on. [ applause ] that's impossible. finally, tip number five, do you have a baby?
train it to do a christopher walken impression so it can go viral. don't have a baby, the internet's down, probably a a good time to make one. [ cheers and applause ] just to help you out. while the internet's down. and finally, i just heard about a new book coming out that claims that you can improve your health by eating raw garlic and having more sex. the book's called, "you gotta pick one or the other." [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome to the show, everybody! welcome, welcome. it's got to be exciting if you're a chicago cubs fan or a a cleveland indians fan. [ cheers ] >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: really exciting because the cubs haven't won in, what is it, 100 --
>> steve: eight. >> jimmy: 108 years? wow. that's unbelievable. you got to root for those guys. >> steve: got to. >> jimmy: but then, the cleveland indians, they haven't won in 68 years. wow. is that right? i mean, i have it written down, but i don't know if i wrote it down right. [ laughter ] >> steve: it could be 89. you don't know if it's upside down. >> jimmy: isn't that exciting? >> steve: that's crazy. >> jimmy: i mean, because i did a movie based on the red sox called "fever pitch." and they -- [ cheers and applause ] it's available on dvd. [ cheers and applause ] stop it! stop it! it's not what i meant. not what i meant at all. >> tariq: "fever pitch!" >> jimmy: that's not what i meant. >> tariq: oh, sorry. >> jimmy: not what i meant at all. no, in the -- the film, they're supposed to lose because they just lost forever because they're the red sox and it was just supposed to be a love story and at the end of the movie, the red sox lose, but at least these people have each other, but they ended up -- they started to win as we were filming and i go, we got to rewrite the ending.
it was unbelievable. and i remember that the fans that are red sox fans, it meant so much to them that they won the world series. it was like a -- seriously it was a spiritual thing. i was like, it was, honestly, people were just like weeping. i thought people were going to be like, "yeah, we won!" and it was just like -- [ light laughter ] oh, my gosh. it was like -- really, i was hugging people. it was just the best thing ever, so i'm rooting for all the chicago fans and the cleveland fans so this has to be a big deal for those guys. i don't know who it's a bigger deal for. 'cause cubs, 108 years, i doubt you're alive. [ laughter ] i'm just saying. >> steve: yeah, just saying. odds are. >> jimmy: we can call willard scott and figure this out. but i don't know -- >> steve: smucker's birthday. >> jimmy: smucker -- when do you care about baseball? ten years old? so you got to be 118 years old. [ light laughter ] >> steve: yeah. maybe they are. >> jimmy: but maybe that's good. but then, 68 years, very possible you could be 78 years old right now and rooting for -- maybe it's even more fun the second time around.
>> steve: maybe. >> jimmy: 'cause you go, let's do it one more time. [ light laughter ] i don't know. it's just very, very exciting. but anyways, good luck to both those teams in the world series. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: cubbies! >> jimmy: we have got a big week of shows ahead. tomorrow night, my pal, justin timberlake will be here. [ cheers and applause ] he's great. he's got a new animated film called "trolls" and we have something fun planned together. you don't want to miss that. later this week, anna kendrick, martin short, and steve martin will all be joining us! >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: but first, one of my favorite actors from the new movie "in a valley of violence," ethan hawke is on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] he's a stud. i tell this story because last time he was on, i bought a -- when i first started "saturday night live," i bought a very expensive leather jacket and i had "saturday night live" embroidered on the side, not thinking, so when i finally got the jacket i thought it was cool and i go, i can't wear this.
people are going to be like, oh, really? you want me to recognize you? do you need that much attention? like, i'm on "saturday night live" and, like, oh, yeah, hey, i'm on "saturday night live." so i go -- >> steve: guess where i work. >> jimmy: i never wore it. yeah, guess where i work. but i never wore it. but then one day i go, you know, it's a beautiful jacket, i'm going to wear it out. so i put it on, and i wear it, and i go down the street, who do i run into but my idol, ethan hawke. and he goes, really? [ laughter ] guess you want people to know you work there. so i gave him the jacket last time he was on the show so i wonder if he wore it. i got to find out about that. he might not have. >> steve: he might not have. >> jimmy: then, we're freaking out. i mean, rehearsal today, this is what the studio was built for. the sound you're about to hear, it's just amazing. he is here, he is back, my man, phil collins is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] i can't even tell you. tonight, i'm going to talk to him. this is his memoir. his memoir is called "not dead yet."
[ light laughter ] he's unbelievably cool and funny and talented and he's doing "in the air tonight" with the roots and some of his band. [ cheers and applause ] but you should have seen questlove in rehearsal today, because it was so funny. if you miss that drum fill-in which is one of the most famous -- >> questlove: i'm done. >> jimmy: if you don't do that, it's all over. >> questlove: i'm done. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and you can't hold your head high and he was shaking. phil collins was like all into the song and it sounded so good. like, you don't need -- it's like, so good. and everything's floating and questlove's just going like this. [ light laughter ] and like, you were kind of mouthing the words. like getting ready for your moment. and you nailed it. but that was rehearsal. >> questlove: i know. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i know. >> jimmy: you never know. i don't know. who knows. >> steve: time will tell. [ applause ] >> jimmy: got a new singles collection right here.
phil collins is here tonight! >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ billy don't lose my number ♪ >> jimmy: no, i'm way off. ♪ because i'm not anywhere that i can't find you billy, billy, don't you lose my number ♪ >> jimmy: not doing that tonight. [ light laughter ] he's got so many hits though. "easy lover." ♪ she's an easy lover, she's going to hold on you believe it ♪ >> jimmy: then he's got. ♪ one more night just one more night ♪ >> jimmy: yeah, it's a much better version than i sing. he's got "do you remember." do you remember? [ light laughter ] >> questlove: take me home? >> jimmy: oh! ♪ take, take me home
because i don't remember take, take me home ♪ ♪ because i've been driving all my life ♪ >> jimmy: yeah. just do -- >> questlove: man, don't jinx it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's what everyone's waiting for! >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: they love phil and they want to hear him sing. [ singing gibberish ] and everyting's like floating and weird. >> steve: oh, my gosh! >> jimmy: and you know the -- who knows the song might be about a murder. no one knows. >> steve: yeah, nobody knows. [ laughter ] somebody got shot on a a rollercoaster. [ drumming poorly ] ♪ >> jimmy: no, no, that's what i'm saying. if you do that -- >> questlove: i don't want to jinx it! >> jimmy: if you do that, you're out of the building. it's going to be exciting. phil collins is here! [ cheers and applause ] come on! ethan hawke, phil collins, what a great show. >> steve: lot of pressure.
>> jimmy: hey, guys, it is time to take a look at the stories making headlines today and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for pros and cons, everybody. >> steve: oh, good. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ >> jimmy: tonight we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of -- he keeps adding fills. >> steve: he's adding drums to phil. p-h-i-l. >> jimmy: pros and cons, i like it, of halloween. >> steve: halloween! >> jimmy: it's less than a week away, happy halloween, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] we got jack-o-lanterns, we got trick or treating. so let's take a look at the pros and cons of halloween. here we go. pro, it's the scariest, most frightening day of the year. con, besides november 8th. >> steve: true. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: get out and vote. >> steve: gotta get out and vote. >> jimmy: pro, it's a fun way to get kids to dress up. con, and learn to take candy from strangers. well, that's a good -- [ applause ] pro, you can buy your trump costume at men's warehouse. con, you can buy your hillary
costume at men's warehouse. [ cheers and applause ] you're going to like the way you look. >> steve: i guarantee it. >> jimmy: i pretty much guarantee it. i more or less guarantee it. >> steve: more or less. i'm not going to promise. >> jimmy: pro, you and your girlfriend dress up as this year's most popular couples costume. con, bad hombre and nasty woman. there's a lot of those. [ applause ] here's very interesting. pro, scaring trick or treaters on your front porch. con, by jumping out and holding up a samsung galaxy 7. >> steve: oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and finally, pro, dressing up your dog as trump and entering him in a pet costume contest. con, your dog losing and claiming it was rigged. those are the pros and cons. we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show," everybody! come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ my mother passed 2003,
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thank you so much for tuning in. ethan hawke is here. phil collins is here. [ cheers and applause ] oh man, oh man. guys, i think you got to turn up your tvs, put on headphones, whatever you got to do. this sound is just fantastic tonight and i just can't wait for that. i just am having a great day today. guys, life is a constant learning experience. you learn something new every day. we all do. so i thought it might be fun for a few of us to share what we've learned today in a new segment called, "today i learned." [ cheers and applause ] >> ♪ ♪ today i learned ♪ >> here we go. for instance, today i learned that as an american, it's important to get out there and vote because if you don't, ryan lochte could win "dancing with the stars." [ laughter and applause ] higgins, did you learn
anything? >> steve: yeah, i did. >> jimmy: you did? >> steve: you know what? today i learned that jon bon jovi calls everyone he's not related to non bon jovi. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: quest? >> questlove: yes. >> jimmy: where are you, buddy? >> questlove: i'm right here, jimmy. >> oh hey man. what about you did you learn anything? >> yeah. i learned that m. night shayamalan's full name is not monday night shayamalan. [ applause ] >> jimmy: mark? mark? >> i learned that it's impossible to compare apples and oranges. they're completely different. one is the color orange, and the other is the color apple. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: how about our stage manager, mike kilkenny. what'd you learn? >> i learned that you don't get a free happy meal if you go to mcdonald's dressed up a as ronald mcdonald, but you do get tasered in the parking lot. [ laughter and applause ]
>> jimmy: you got to stop doing that, buddy. you got to stop doing that. how about our camera guy, kurt decker. kurt, what did you learn? >> i learned that if you see a a small mound of raisinettes in the woods, don't eat them, especially if they fell out of a deer's butt. [ applause ] >> jimmy: oh my god. good tip. tariq, where are you buddy? >> i'm over here, jimmy. >> jimmy: oh, hey. did you learn anything today, man? >> mm-hmm. i learned that you can get kicked out of a chuck e. cheese for jumping on stage with the band and yelling, "you're not real!" [ applause ] >> jimmy: they're not real? >> steve: what? >> jimmy: finally, i learned that you can't always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, you just might find, you can get sued for plagiarism. that's all for "today i learned." we'll be right back with ethan
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest tonight is a
multiple academy award and tony nominee. you can see him in the new movie, "in a valley of violence," which is now playing in select theaters and on demand and itunes. everyone, please welcome my man, ethan hawke. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: nothing but love!
nothing but love for you, ethan hawke. >> when phil collins is in the house, you got to dance. >> jimmy: i mean, you got to go. >> you got to let your heart sing. >> jimmy: thank you for coming back to the show. >> well, thanks for having me. >> jimmy: you know i love you and we'll get to me gushing about other things about your career, which i always do. >> no, you can do that. that's fun. >> jimmy: you don't mind that? >> no, the audience loves it when you do that. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i got to ask, have you worn the jacket at all? do you remember it? do you know what i'm talking about? >> well, what do you -- you haven't seen any of those paparazzi photos that have been out online? >> jimmy: i've not seen it, no. 'cause i gave you this -- >> i mean, i was gonna wear it. i wear it all the time. i was going to wear it tonight but i thought that would be, like, obvious and weird. >> jimmy: yeah, it's like a a blazer, leather blazer with "saturday night live" embroidered on it. >> i know what it is, jimmy. [ light laughter ] i've been all over the internet, you know, with -- i wear it every day. >> jimmy: oh, you do? well, you brought some photos?>. these are here. >> jimmy: this is you -- are you jogging here? >> yeah, well, this is me -- [ laughter ] this is me practicing for the marathon, just in your jacket, like you do. >> jimmy: you practiced for the marathon in the jacket? [ applause ]
that's sort of nice. keeping the workout going. >> you know i like to go to the gym. [ laughter ] when i go to the gym, i like people to know i have big-time friends, you know? they say, "why do you have a a 'saturday night live' jacket?" i say, "i'm homies with jimmy fallon," and then they like me. >> jimmy: big-time friends, yeah. oh, you even shower -- [ laughter ] shower with that on as well? >> after the workout. [ applause ] sometimes i need to be -- just feel comfortable, you know what i mean? your jacket makes me feel comfortable. >> jimmy: even in the shower. >> even in the shower. >> jimmy: it works even in the shower. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: oh is this -- i don't like. this is where the paparazzi caught you here, just in the bodega getting a newspaper. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. [ light laughter ] i'm just being me in your jacket. >> jimmy: yeah, you can tell that they got you a little upset. >> oh, yeah. i'm not -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you don't need to do that. >> i'm not proud of that, jimmy. i'm not proud of that. >> jimmy: that jacket makes you do stuff like that. >> well, it's -- it's -- >> jimmy: it's got a mind of its own. >> i felt i had to protect it. it's so important to me. >> jimmy: thank you so much for wearing that. congrats on everything. i want to talk about the movie. but i want to talk about -- you're getting a tribute for
your career in film. this is giant. >> that must mean i'm old, right? >> jimmy: no, it doesn't. >> no, it does. it does. >> jimmy: no, it doesn't. because you started at like three or something. >> yeah. i did start at 13. that was my first movie, and yeah, at first i felt really uncomfortable at this -- a a lifetime achievement award. but then i thought on the upside, you know, a lot of -- sometimes somebody wins a prize acting, and you think to yourself, you know, they didn't really deserve it. >> jimmy: right. >> i mean, you've had the thought. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: every single year of my life. >> a one-hit wonder kind of thing. but i don't know that that many people have won a lifetime achievement award and been like a bad actor, so then i felt kind of good about it. but now i feel embarrassed i said that out loud. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no. >> is that an okay thing to think? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no, if you were a bad actor, you wouldn't work this long. >> so i start thinking, hey, man, i'll just -- and there's got to be some upsides to growing older, you know? so i'll take it. >> jimmy: you're so young. i mean, god, how old are you? >> i'm 45. >> jimmy: i mean, come on. >> but i did start when i was 13, so i've been professionally
acting for 32 years. >> jimmy: what was that -- 13, was that -- [ cheers and applause ] 32 years acting. >> yeah. >> jimmy: isn't that unbelievable? what was the first one, "explorers"? >> george -- well, my first professional play was george bernard shaw's "saint joan," and i played dunois' page. and i said, "look, a king fisher." [ light laughter ] i still know it. >> jimmy: you got the bug there. >> yeah, i got the bug. >> jimmy: how did you convince your parents? did you say, "look, i feel like i'm 13 and i want to be an actor." >> my dad, i remember him saying, "wait, do you -- you're going to be clint eastwood?" [ laughter ] and i was like, "dad, it's not like clint eastwood or nothing, you know?" it's like -- >> jimmy: well, it kind of is. i mean, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "in a valley of violence." how would you explain this? 'cause it's a -- >> well, to my father, it's my clint eastwood movie. >> jimmy: it's your clint eastwood movie. >> yes, it really is. it's no joke. it's a spaghetti western, and it's -- which means it's kind of low budget. you know, i did "magnificent seven" earlier this year, which
is -- >> jimmy: congratulations on that. that was unbelievable. that's a giant one. >> really fun. it's a giant, like -- [ applause ] hollywood western. you know? but this is kind of an underground spaghetti western. it's kind of funny, and kind of dark and kind of violent, and it stars john travolta and myself. >> jimmy: how was working with john travolta? what is he like? i don't -- i've never met him. but i've seen him, and i've watched him in his movies. >> he's never been on the show? >> jimmy: he's never been on the show. he's like -- [ travolta voice ] "i can't make it. i -- i got -- [ laughter ] i wish i could, but you know, i can't get over to new york city. [ laughter ] i'm playing like a cowboy. i can't leave the set. my career. [ applause ] i mean, i'm in 'in a valley of violence' over here. i can't believe it. it's like crazy, right? i swear to god, ethan, it's like, you know, i'm on a horse and everything. hold on a second. [ cheers and applause ] good to go. stop, stop or i'm going to shoot over here." [ laughter ] no, i don't know if he does that. [ cheers and applause ] >> let me tel you. he does not do that. >> jimmy: that is the old john tr -- old impression. john travolta, he's totally different.
he's a great actor. >> he's a great actor, and he's having an amazing year. he was brilliant on the o.j. simpson thing. >> jimmy: "my client is guilty, your honor." [ laughter ] "if it didn't fit, you should acquit, right?" [ laughter ] i thought he was fantastic in that. >> well, i got to meet him in the middle of the desert, you know? we were out in new mexico. i got to meet him on this desert, and he's wearing cowboy hat and these guns. >> jimmy: yeah, what is he like? is he just -- >> you know what the funny thing is? is every now and then this happens where you work with somebody who's reached an icon status, you know? and you work with them, and it's weird at first because you're like, "oh, wow," just kind of like what you were doing. that's what's going on in your head, right? and then you start working with them and you realize, "oh, wow, this is why he's famous." he's awesome at what he does. >> jimmy: he's a fantastic actor. >> he's a fantastic actor, and he knows -- he knows so many things. and very quickly, you forget that he's john travolta and you start working. and working with somebody like him is really -- it was inspiring to me. >> jimmy: that's so cool. >> but you know, the -- neither one of us are getting the reviews on this.
my other costar, that is like burning up the internet. >> jimmy: are you talking about the dog? >> i'm talking about the dog. [ laughter ] the dog is -- >> jimmy: there's a dog in the movie that's kind of phenomenal. >> yeah, his name is jumpy. and -- [ light laughter ] it is jumpy. i like working with dogs. you know, you might not know this, but i've -- i achieved great acclaim for my performance in "white fang." >> jimmy: "white fang." hello, yeah, i love that movie. i have the poster tattooed on my lower back. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip. here's ethan hawke -- >> do we have jumpy in this? >> jimmy: i think jumpy's in this one. he might be pulling the horse. "in a valley of violence." >> clint eastwood and jumpy the dog. [ light laughter ] >> i don't know about you, but -- a fresh meal and a warm bath sound pretty good right about now. [ chuckling ] cathy'd roll her eyes if she could see us now, huh? all dirty and starving. you can't live on flies alone, you know?
we got to keep our heads down, okay? no trouble. you got to be on your best behavior. [ audience aws ] i know. i know. same goes for me. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how fun is that? jumpy the dog, ethan hawke! [ cheers and applause ] "in a valley of violence" is now playing in select theaters and on demand and itunes. phil collins joins us after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ "on the road again," by willie nelson ] ♪ on the road again [ rear alert sounds ] [ music stops ] ♪ just can't wait to get on the road again ♪ [ front assist sounds ] [ music stops ] [ girl laughs ] ♪ on the road again ♪ like a band of gypsies we go down the highway ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] he just released a new memoir called "not dead yet" and he also has a collection of his singles right here. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome phil collins! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, welcome! welcome to the show! standing ovation. we love you, phil collins. welcome back and welcome to our show. we love you so much. >> nice to be here. i've wanted to be here for a a long time, and i, may i congratulate you on all you've achieved, jimmy, just in case you throw me off before the end, you know.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: i appreciate you saying that. i would never do that. can i, i just say, we didn't, we were so excited that had you're coming on because we thought you retired. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i think you did, actually. >> well, i did. i changed my mind, though. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i love the title, "not dead yet." i think that absolutely sums up your sense of humor, and that's one of the reasons why we love you because you were very, very, like, almost like a -- you're very dark. [ laughter ] in a good way. >> yeah, you know, i mean -- the trouble is, of course, when you're translating a title into different languages, i mean, the book's gone to german, italian, spanish, polish, czech -- you know, the joke might wear a little thin on some of those translations. >> jimmy: they don't quite work. they go -- >> what do you mean, "not be dead yet," you know? >> jimmy: "how can you not be dead yet? we can take care of this." [ laughter ] but i -- you know, as i said, i'm a fan. i downloaded your -- all your stuff. i have it on itunes but i was
also streaming it on spotify or whatever you have, you can stream all your songs. i was listening to it the other days, and i saw that you redid the album cover. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i think this was a a great idea. i can't believe no one's done this, but you did it. >> no. well, i did it. i wanted to bring something new, because you know, the record company came and said, "you know, we want to reissue the albums," and i said, "hmm, marketing, you know, i'm not sure if i want to repackage, but unless i can bring something new to it." so we added a second cd to every cd of live material, but i said i'd like to retake the covers and they said, "ohh, no no. see, that will confuse people." and i said -- well, you know -- >> jimmy: just do it. [ light laughter ] i didn't know anything about it, i go, "hey, that -- does the cover look different?" but this is real. >> i actually prefer the new ones, see? >> jimmy: yeah, me too. [ cheers and applause ] it's too much of a baby face here. of course, this one -- >> this was a hard one. [ light laughter ]
no need to laugh. no need to laugh. >> jimmy: because you had this pig curl going there and that's why it was tough on this one. >> you didn't have to mention that. >> jimmy: sorry. i didn't -- [ laughter ] but yeah -- >> it's the elephant in the room, isn't it? yeah, that was kind of the difficult one because it was full. some of the other ones were cropped. >> jimmy: i just love that you have the -- i don't know, just -- >> it's not something rock stars, pop stars, whatever you want to call it, do. >> jimmy: yeah. but the fact that you have the confidence to be, like, "yeah, i don't care." ♪ i don't care anymore ♪ do you ever hear that? gosh, that was off key. and let's -- >> no, no. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> if i can't make it one night, i know where to come. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i want to talk about -- first of all, "in the air tonight" is -- i went through only a handful of your hits and you're just amazing. you have this new box set, "the singles," which is also on vinyl, which i love that you're doing on vinyl. >> these are all the singles. >> jimmy: "in the air tonight" is the one -- i mean, it sticks in my head because that's the -- >> that's got a life of its own.
i mean, that, that will outlive me. that song. >> jimmy: no. well, that could be the sequel to, that could be your next autobiography, "this book will outlive me." [ light laughter ] but you, is this true that this is what happened? this is what i heard. you were on -- you were outside at night, and there's a guy -- you saw somebody -- saw someone drowning. and he didn't -- yes -- and he let him drown. [ light laughter ] he let him drown, and you watched a man basically murder somebody. and then so instead of calling the authorities, you invited the man -- stranger to your concert? and then -- >> shone a light on him. >> jimmy: yes! you shone a light on him and you sang "in the air tonight," and you go, "i know what you did, buddy." oh, my gosh. [ light laughter ] >> okay. >> jimmy: that is the best story i've ever heard in my life. >> i know. unfortunately, none of it's true. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what?!? >> you know, i was just pissed off, you know? i was angry. >> jimmy: at what? >> well, you know, you go through a divorce, and you know, sometimes it's like,
"please, i love you, i love you, i love you. don't hang up, don't hang --" and then it's like, "well, -- you." >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> and then of course that's when a song like "in the air tonight" comes out. there's obviously a lot of anger in there. >> jimmy: that's when that drum solo comes in, where it goes -- [ imitating drums ] >> by the time the end of the program comes, you'll be good at this. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's not me i'm worried about. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you don't understand. he really has been stressing about this for, like, months. [ light laughter ] are you doing it, i know you're going on tour right now. >> well, i'm doing some shows, yes. >> jimmy: london, paris, germany. are you doing anything in the states? >> well, i'm just taking baby steps. you know, my son -- i mean, i've got three sons, you know. 11-year-old plays soccer. he's a whiz, captain of his team. my oldest son, simon, is 40 and he's channeling his own path.
and nicholas is going to be 16 by the time i do the shows, but he's already played the u.s. open, and already played some shows this year, but he's fantastic. so he's going to be my drummer, yeah. >> jimmy: when you go on tour. >> yeah. >> jimmy: here's a picture of him practicing with you. [ audience aws ] there he is. that's a pretty cool moment. >> yeah, that was taken last week. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's benjamin buttons. [ laughter ] he's unbelievable. he's a magical child. so, you're going to give us a a taste of it tonight. congrats on the memoir. congrats on the box set. please come back. please come back. we love you, and thank you again for being here. phil collins. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, buddy. >> jimmy: "not dead yet" and "the singles." they're in stores now. he performs "in the air tonight" after the break! come on back, everybody! turn it up, turn it up! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to ethan hawke, phil collins once again! [ cheers and applause ] the roots from philadelphia. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. thank you, guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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