tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC November 21, 2016 11:34pm-12:38am EST
it's cold. >> it is cold. and the wind is making it feel even colder. about 10 degrees colder. so tomorrow morning, yes, bundle up. gloves, the hat, the jacket, the scarf. >> everything. >> everything. it's going to feel around 20 degrees tomorrow morning, jim. some areas could feel like the upper teens. >> oh. >> i know. by the afternoon, 46 degrees. still windy. we go into thanksgiving day, 52. some showers. black friday looks dry. but the days leading up to thanksgiving, good if you need to get groceries. >> i had to dig for my gloves but i found them tonight. me too. 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 -- jason sudeikis, kristin chenoweth, musical guest dnce,
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 575, new mexico! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talkin' about. hey! hot crowd. hot crowd tonight here. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome. welcome to "the tonight show." this is it, baby. you made it. [ cheers and applause ] this is it. you're here. thank you so much, everybody.
let's kick off the week. here's what people are talking about. big news over the weekend. on friday, donald trump agreed to settle his trump university lawsuits for $25 million. then on saturday, he called the u.s. treasury department and said, "i'd like to make a a withdrawal. [ laughter ] is that how this works?" [ applause ] get this. donald trump claimed that he decided to settle the trump university lawsuit so he could focus on running the country. then he went back to tweeting insults at the cast of "hamilton." [ laughter and applause ] get that out of the way first. did you hear about this? vice president-elect mike pence went to see "hamilton" over the weekend and he was booed by people in the audience when he entered the theater. if the crowd wasn't mad enough already, pence waited until a a quiet scene to open up a bag of skittles. and you go, "come on, what is this guy doing? come on!" [ applause ] this is pretty interesting here.
after mike pence was booed at "hamilton," donald trump tweeted that he heard that the show was, quote, "highly overrated." [ laughter ] as it turns out, trump has actually tweeted a lot about other broadway shows as well. for instance, he tweeted, "just saw 'rent,' such a sad story. i teared up when the landlord didn't evict those kids." >> steve: wow. [ laughter and applause ] wow. >> jimmy: another time, trump tweeted, "can't believe i just wasted two hours watching 'hairspray.' only went because i thought it was about me." [ laughter and applause ] no, "hairspray." >> steve: yeah, it's a a different thing. >> jimmy: trump also tweeted, "just attended 'the lion king.' total rip-off of the movie. wtf, unoriginal." [ applause ] finally, he tweeted, "wish i'd sat in the front row when i saw 'cats' because all i wanted to do was grab one of them. i can do it because i'm a a star." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: see what i'm saying? >> steve: that doesn't make any sense. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: at least he's out there supporting the arts. >> steve: he's supporting the arts. >> jimmy: he's out there supporting the arts. >> steve: you know what?
he paid for his tickets. god bless him. >> jimmy: meanwhile, former texas governor rick perry was set to meet with donald trump today and is rumored to be under consideration for secretary of defense. on one hand, rick perry is a a veteran of the united states air force and the former governor of the 12th largest economy in the world. but on the other hand -- ♪ [ laughter and applause ] actually, trump seems to be getting along surprisingly well with some establishment republicans. in fact, house speaker john boehner says he and donald trump are texting buddies. i'm sorry, tanning buddies. [ laughter and applause ] i'm not wearing my glasses. on wednesday, at the white house, president obama will pardon his final thanksgiving turkey. i got to say, after all these years, i'm not sure he enjoys it as much as he used to. check this out. >> today, i have the awesome responsibility of granting a a presidential pardon to a pair of turkeys. we can't wait to pardon these
turkeys. and with that, i think we are going to bestow the official pardon. the most powerful position in the world brings with it many awesome and solemn responsibilities. this is not one of them. it is -- it is a little, uh -- puzzling that i do this every year. [ laughter ] >> oh, boy. >> jimmy: oh, boy. [ applause ] oh, boy, here we go. he may not be into it, but you know the turkey will go back to the farm and say, "hey, guys, you'll never guess who i just met. wait, where is everybody? [ laughter ] guys! guys, i just met president obama." [ applause ] some more thanksgiving news, i read that 15 million americans will eat at a restaurant on thanksgiving this year. because when your family starts arguing about politics on thanksgiving, the first thing you think is, "we should be doing this in public." [ laughter and applause ] that's where we should be.
and get this. the tsa just released a list of thanksgiving leftovers that you can carry on and others that you have to check. [ laughter ] yeah. saying that you're allowed to bring turkey on the plane but not gravy. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: yeah. which would explain things when you're at the airport security and you see a bunch of people chugging their gravy next to a a trash can. [ laughter and applause ] rules are rules, you know, you got to do it. hurry up. they're taking off, dude! and finally, i read about a a woman from california who is driving by herself across the country to visit every single costco in the u.s. so far, she's traveled 2,000 miles and that was just walking through one costco. there you go. we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
[ jimmy howling ] >> jimmy: sorry, i had to howl it out, man. it's monday. >> steve: gotta howl it out like the wolfman. >> jimmy: howl at the moon, guys! >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: we're so happy to be back. [ cheers and applause ] it's monday. we're happy to be back. we have a big week of shows coming up. tomorrow night, the lovely sarah jessica parker will be here. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] also, this is very exciting. last week, i talked about my top four characters on "gilmore girls." not counting -- [ cheers ] not counting rory and lorelai. >> jimmy: you can't count those. they're already -- >> steve: they are the "gilmore girls." >> jimmy: they're shoehorned in -- yeah, they're the "gilmore girls." yeah. so it's like saying "seinfeld" is your -- >> steve: right, right, right. >> jimmy: so i said my top four, and then my invisible five. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: which switched. >> steve: invisible fifth can go anywhere, yeah. >> jimmy: but anyway, tomorrow, my top three, luke, kirk, and paris are going to be here. >> steve: oh!
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: scott patterson, sean gunn, and liza weil will be here tomorrow. i cannot wait! >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my top three! >> steve: that's pretty good. >> jimmy: the best. then, later this week, leslie mann will be here, kevin james, the weeknd. [ cheers and applause ] that's the jam, the weeknd. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: but first, we have a a giant show tonight. he is currently starring as john keating in the off-broadway play "dead poets society," our pal, jason sudeikis is here this evening. [ cheers and applause ] "dead poets society." jason -- jason and i are going to play a brand-new game called tandem sculptionary. >> steve: ooh. how exciting. >> jimmy: it's just ridiculous. it's fun. [ light laughter ] plus, she's a very talented, from nbc's upcoming musical event "hairspray live!", kristin chenoweth is on the show. [ cheers and applause ] she can sing. she's great. and speaking of great music, dnce is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ]
fun. guys, i don't know about you, but mondays can be pretty rough, you know? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: the weekend is over, and sometimes you just need a a little boost to get you through the day. well, i found just the thing. i bought all of these new motivational posters for the office. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: you know those ones? they have like big inspiring phrase and then some smaller text underneath. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: like for example, this one i picked up. yeah, team work. that's a good one, right? i thought we could check out a a few new ones right now. it's time for "tonight show" motivational monday. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ mo ti vational monday ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this first poster says, "aspire." that's a great message. then down below, it says, "to never be one of those people who calls dinner din-din." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: get a little din-din later. >> steve: you bought this at a a store? >> jimmy: yeah, i bought this. i paid for it. >> steve: what store? >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: what store did you buy this at? >> jimmy: i got them from all over. with the internet, you can buy
them from different locations. [ laughter ] >> steve: that's fantastic. >> jimmy: but let me give you another one i got. >> steve: okay, good. because i need to be inspired. >> jimmy: this next poster says, "perseverance." that's a good reminder, to never give up. underneath that it says, "yes, netflix, i am still watching." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: 'cause you're not a a quitter. >> jimmy: stop asking me! stop asking me. yeah, i am. i got nothing else going on. big deal! here's another one. it says, "if at first, you don't succeed," and down below it says, "hopefully you weren't skydiving." because you know, then it's -- [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: bad time. >> jimmy: bad for the second -- yeah. next we have, "marching to the beat of a different drummer." underneath that it says, "is a a great way to screw up the thanksgiving day parade." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: that is true. >> jimmy: that is true. >> steve: that is true. >> jimmy: you got to work -- got to work with people. >> steve: teamwork. teamwork. >> jimmy: here's another one. it says, "aim high." and then down below, it says, "unless you're at the urinal." then you just go -- aim low. [ light laughter ] this next motivational poster says, "trust." then underneath that it says, "try a trust fall. cross your arms, close your
eyes, now let yourself fall backwards. once you regain consciousness, try it again with your friends and coworkers there to catch you." [ cheers and applause ] because they have to be behind you. >> steve: yeah, don't do it alone. >> jimmy: they're all helpful posters. finally, this last poster says, "believe." that's a positive message. then underneath that, it says, "even though denise says it's over, i bet three or four more drunk texts at 3:00 a.m. will do the trick." that's all we have for motivational monday. we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show." [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back, everyone. thank you for watching. thank you for being here. yeah, i love you. hey guys, it's -- late november, it's late november, it's getting chilly out there. and you know what that means, it's time to start cozying up to some books. but i don't want you guys out there reading any stinkers, so to help you out i'm about to show you some books that you should avoid at all costs. that's right, it's time for my latest installment of my "do not read list." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ do not read do not read do not read these books these books ♪
♪ >> jimmy: before we start, i want y'all to know that every book that i'm about to show you is 100% real. these are actual books. you can find them on amazon or check them out at your local library. they are real. all right. let's see what is on my do not read list. this first one is a d.i.y. book. >> steve: oh, great. >> jimmy: do it yourself. >> steve: love it. >> jimmy: yeah. this one's called "upside down vests to make and paint -- vests made from recycled denim jeans." [ laughter ] it's a pair of jeans. >> steve: wow. i don't believe it. that's a pair of jeans? >> jimmy: finally, someone wrote a book about something that literally no one asked for. [ laughter ] not bad. [ laughter ] pretty good. you can't even notice. >> steve: that's fantastic. there you go. now i recognize it. it's a pair of jeans. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. it's an easy trick. >> steve: easy trick. >> jimmy: yeah, you go to school, no one will be like -- >> steve: no kid's gonna make fun of it. >> jimmy: know the difference. >> steve: yeah, they make -- wear that to school. >> jimmy: yeah.
next up, we have a self-help book. this is called "self-esteem for dummies." >> steve: okay. that -- [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: down here, it says, "learn to identify triggers to low self-esteem." here's a trigger -- calling yourself a dummy. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> steve: don't buy that book. oh, man. >> jimmy: you got an aisle of books for losers? >> steve: yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don't call yourself a a loser. next up is a parenting book. you know, i take this very seriously. >> steve: you do. you take it very, very seriously. >> jimmy: yeah, i have children. it's a parenting book that's called "parents, please don't sit on your kids." [ laughter ] i mean, i don't know. how else are you supposed to discipline them, you know? [ light laughter ] can't talk to them, can't reason with them, can't bargain. time-outs don't work. that only leaves one thing, sit on them. [ light laughter ] now they want to take that away from us. >> steve: you know what, yeah. >> jimmy: look how sweet these kids look. >> steve: aww. [ audience aws ] just want to sit on them. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: you play some -- can you play some evil music?
♪ >> steve: i must be sat on. the only way you can control me is by sitting upon me. [ applause ] >> jimmy: here's another one. >> steve: what's the next one? >> jimmy: the next book is an advice book. >> steve: an advice book. >> jimmy: yeah -- advice book. it's called, "so you want to be a dancer" by matthew shaffer. there's matthew. interesting dance move. wouldn't say that's a dance move. i don't know that one. let's check out the back. maybe there's some other dance moves that i don't know. i don't know any of these -- [ laughter ] i don't know any of these dance moves. >> steve: is that first one the running man? >> jimmy: no, i don't know whats going on. they don't look like -- but maybe this -- you know, it's a a part one. >> steve: oh, that's -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: this isn't just about just wanting to be a dancer. >> steve: yeah, yeah, yeah. the other book hopefully will explain how to be a dancer. >> jimmy: yeah, this is like, so you want -- i don't know. >> steve: do you have the desire to be a dancer. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: yeah.
>> jimmy: so, yeah. an advice book setting up for the part two. [ laughter ] next up is a children's book. >> steve: love them. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] well, this one's -- i don't know if you read this as a a child. this one's called "horny." [ laughter ] >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: and it's -- a used copy. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, god. hey-oh! ♪ there we go. >> jimmy: it's a used copy. no, no, no it's nice. it's actually, someone wrote on the inside in pen. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: "to christy and david, a souvenir of your winter vacation from grandma." [ laughter ] [ applause ] "horny." there it is. [ applause ] isn't that sweet? >> steve: don't sit on the kids. >> jimmy: isn't that sweet? next up is one of those word circle books and i swear i didn't make this one up here. this is real. "jimmy fallon facts -- a word search puzzle book, 104 pages of big puzzles and facts." someone actually made this. and i'm -- i'm looking at it. >> steve: it's about you? >> jimmy: it's all facts about me.
[ talking over each other ] career at "saturday night live," weekend update with tina fey. made cameos. >> steve: wow. [ light laughter ] you seem really over the moon -- >> jimmy: the leather man's in here. >> steve: what up? what is? >> jimmy: the leather man. [ light laughter ] i had an album out called "blow your pants off." that's true. i did, i did. it was grammy-award winning album. here it is here. we have the only copy. [ cheers and applause ] but they don't do this for everybody. it's like an honor to be involved. this is volume 14. there's other ones. dog facts, cat facts, orgasm facts. so, this is really a -- ♪ it's exciting to be in that -- ah, we're down to our last one here, you guys. >> steve: what? >> jimmy: yeah, sorry. it is another children's book. this one's called "clay modeling with pooh." >> steve: oh, hey! [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: there you go everybody. i'd rather have my parents sit on me. that's all the time i have for my edition of my "do not read list." [ cheers and applause ] if you have a book that you think could be on our next "do not read list", i would love to see it.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know our first guest from his ten years on "saturday night live." he has a new tv show called "son of zorn" airing sunday nights on fox. and now, through december 18th, you can catch him in the off broadway production of "dead poets society" at the classic stage company here in new york city. please give it up for jason sudeikis. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
>> jimmy: that was smooth. smooth as silk. jason sudeikis, welcome back. >> woo. >> jimmy: to the show. you're a good man. >> thank you. thank you for having me. thank you gentlemen, that was a a lovely, a lovely rendition. >> jimmy: yeah. i got to say, thank you for being here, but i got to say congratulations on two giant things. you had a little baby girl. >> we have a little baby girl. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i love the name, daisy. >> daisy, yeah. yeah. >> jimmy: so cute, daisy, come on. it's, your whole world's going to change. >> i know. it's something else, yeah i mean, it's very -- especially if something bad were to happen. >> jimmy: no, no, no. that's not what we -- >> that's when it really you know --. >> jimmy: that's not why. >> i mean, when she becomes a a teenager. >> jimmy: yeah, of course. yeah. no, no, no. >> that's bad enough. that's going to be scary. >> jimmy: you have otis. >> otis. yeah, little two-and-a-half-year-old otis. >> jimmy: who is just a genius baby. >> yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: he is. >> he's a musical genius. whether he wants to be or not. >> jimmy: exactly. where does daisy come from, the name?
>> daisy. we have an awesome cousin, liv's cousin by birth, mine by association, named daisy. and it's a great name and i got a weird last name, you know, sudeikis. it's got a lot of syllables, you know, a lot of funky things going on there so when she suggested daisy, i was like daisy sudeikis and i was like, that's great. and then we -- then her middle name is josephine. my father's middle name is joseph. and i also have a great-grandfather named joseph. and liv had a great-grandmother named josephine so we -- we made it josephine. so now she has the same initials. i'm daniel jason sudeikis. my father. >> jimmy: you're daniel? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. but i --but -- but my mom -- >> jimmy: i didn't know that. >> i know. not a lot of people do. i mean it's out there. you know, it's out there. >> jimmy: now it is. >> it's on -- >> jimmy: big news. >> it's on facebook, which means it's real. >> jimmy: it's real. oh, yeah, no. is that right? are you sure? >> i don't know if you read the news. >> jimmy: no, i didn't know that. if it's on there? >> you know the original name for the roots? the rootsy tootsy fresh and fruitsys. >> jimmy: no, that's not true at all. >> i read that on facebook. >> jimmy: you read that on facebook? that's not true. so now she's daisy josephine -- she has the same initials as me and her grandfather, djs. >> jimmy: that's fantastic, that's great. and does she get to watch a a little bit of "son of zorn"?
>> no. no she doesn't. >> jimmy: but i like it's a a cartoon but it's also live action as well. >> it's mostly live action, just me as a cartoon. >> jimmy: i love it, though. it's something totally different and i understand they like it. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: is it fun to do that? >> it -- i mean, yes, yes because i love the final product. but i don't get to hang out with, like -- >> jimmy: anyone. >> tim meadows or cheryl hines or johnny. i do it in a booth all by myself here in new york and they get to, you know --. >> jimmy: hang out with each other and have fun. >> yeah, yeah, you know. put make-up on, you know, all the fun things. >> jimmy: all the fun things, yeah. well, you get to do that a a little bit with this. you got this guy right here. congrat -- this is the real deal. [ cheers and applause ] it's a play bill. >> that's a play bill. i know. it's pretty amazing. >> jimmy: that would mean a lot to me if i was ever attached to a play. >> when they, they brought them in, you know, the week before we opened, and myself and then six or seven young folks and then six fellows that are in the play as well as the young lady in the play, we sort of held them like, oh wow. it's like i would assume like what it sounds like to have your song first play on the
radio or anything like --. it's like wow, this is a legit thing. it's like "the jerk." i exist. i'm real. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. it's amazing. you should frame this. but this is obviously based on, i didn't know there was a play based on the film. but i guess they -- >> no, this is the first rendition of it. but tom schulman, the gentleman that wrote the original screen play that wrote the oscar, that was an original story, then he adapted it. and john doyle, who did "the color purple" on broadway now, he's won several tony awards, he directed it down at classic stage. >> jimmy: are you having trouble, i wouldn't know if i could remember the lines. >> that's what i was the most freaked out. as a matter of fact, i, i -- during the opening was just last thursday and our, you know, your current boss, my old boss, lorne michaels sent beautiful flowers. which, i'm sure he was the one that made the phone call and ordered the flowers, you know. he does the work. he does the work. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> and it's the thought that counts, jimmy. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. i'm sure he knows -- >> it's the thought that counts. >> jimmy: i'm sure he knows that you're doing this. >> no, no, i want 24 white roses. you can't get good help these days.
no, but with a great card saying, you know, "good luck. if you run into trouble, i'll send wally." wally is our head cue card guy at "saturday night live." so, you gentlemen know him. >> jimmy: we know wally. >> you know wally well. but it's all right. because you have to, i had to memorize iconic speeches that robin williams gave, of course, in the movie. but then also the iconic speeches that walt whitman and henry david thoreau so it -- i haven't messed up yet. i messed up at our last tech rehearsal. we had about 20 people sitting in the audience, all the people that work at classic stage or whatnot and i'm getting ready to give the, you know, say the poem, you know, two roads diverged in a wood. now, do you know who wrote that? robert frost. >> jimmy: yeah. >> now, i know that as a human being. like if that was -- if we were like at pub trivia, i'd be like, oh, i got this one. that's robert frost. i'm sitting there on stage with all these guys with like 20 people in the audience and i go, as the poet -- and just could not remember who
it was. >> jimmy: who wrote that. yeah. >> and then -- like dr. seuss, shel silverstein. >> jimmy: shel silverstein didn't do it either. neither of those guys did it. >> and the young man zaine, who plays the role of todd is sitting about as close as i am now and he was sitting there going like this, robert. just trying to say it under his breath. robert. and i just had to go, who said it? and then this young fellow, cody, just goes robert frost? and i go, yeah. robert frost. >> jimmy: the kids are learning. your kids are learning. and i'm the teacher. >> learning before i've even taught it, that's how good of a a teacher john keating is. so yeah, i haven't messed it up yet, though. >> jimmy: and how cool to be in new york city and you run into on the street josh charles. >> yeah. yes, who played knox overstreet. >> jimmy: knox overstreet. >> no it was amazing. it was just one of those little moments of magic that as you're, as i'm going to do the play, i'm just like, hey, i'm going to -- he goes, oh right. you're playing keating and he was so sweet. he was like, is my guy in the play and i was, like, yeah, man, knox is in there. >> jimmy: of knox -- we got knox overstreet. we got knox. >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. i'm so proud of you and so happy for you.
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>> jimmy: joining my team, his band, dnce, has a new self-titled album available now. give it up for joe jonas! [ cheers and applause ] >> hi, joe. good luck, good luck. >> jimmy: now, the game -- works like pictionary but with clay. on your turn, you have 30 seconds to sculpt the clue to get your partner to guess it, but you have to sit behind your partner, and reach your arms in front of them to sculpt the clay. [ light laughter ] kristen, why don't you go first, pick a clue, then get in position behind jason. >> okay. >> jason: all right. >> jimmy: time starts when you start sculpting. you can sit over here. >> okay, okay. i'll take three, i'll take three. i'll take three. >> jimmy: you got to pick off the -- >> oh, got it. got it. >> jason: here we go. >> oh god, lord help us all. >> okay. [ laughter ] >> lord help us all. let me pick my color and i've got it, and i just go? >> jimmy: you can put your arms through his arms.
whatever you feel like doing. >> i'm so short. i think i'll go like this. >> jason: okay, there we go. i'm fine with that. [ applause ] >> shall we? >> jason: yep. here we go. yes. all right. it is a -- come on. [ laughter ] okay. that is an ice cream cone. oh, a candle. >> yes! >> jason: candle! >> yes! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how'd you get candle? i didn't get candle out of that at all. >> jason: because she was blowing -- it was like blowing on it. >> jimmy: oh, very good. >> jason: yeah, it was either that or, like, you know, big bird's birthday gift. [ light laughter ] it was one or the other. >> jimmy: joe, take a seat. i'll a -- or yeah, or pick a a clue. what number? what number? okay. okay. >> get real close if you would. >> jimmy: yep, no problem. >> should i put my hands on your leg?
>> jimmy: yeah, ready? >> all right, yep. [ cheers ] yep, go for it. [ light laughter ] um, uh, i want to go with candle again. [ light laughter ] oh, looks like a swan, a duck, a bird. no? a giraffe. >> jimmy: yes! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> nicely done. >> jimmy: thank you. >> not bad. >> that's a good looking giraffe. >> jimmy: thank you. take a picture of that. thank you very much. >> all right, that felt good. it felt good. okay you're up. >> jason: okay. all right, i'm going to go under. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: watch your hands. >> jason: i'm just going to grab -- i'm grabbing -- [ talking over each other ] >> i love it. i love it.
oh. [ laughter ] >> oh my. >> jimmy: oh my gosh! >> oh my gosh! a tree? a palm tree? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: all right, all right. [ laughter ] take that palm tree out of here. thank you. no, no, give it back. put it over there. put it over there. not that far. you can put that one over there as well. thank you. [ laughter ] [ talking over each other ] >> all right. i feel pretty vulnerable. >> jimmy: all right, good. >> jason: oh, look at this. >> jimmy: it always starts the same. yep. oh, this is a -- oh. it's red and white. >> okay.
[ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> think about it. >> toothbrush! >> yeah. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no, no, it's all right. all right, jason and kristen, come over here. now it's time for the showdown. this is worth double the points. >> jason: woah. >> jimmy: let's bring out the table. >> all right. >> jimmy: joe and jason, take your seats. kristen, you and i will be sculpting both at the same time and then whichever team gets the clue first wins. this is the clue right here. >> jason: that's the clue? >> jimmy: ready? >> thank you, my darling. oh, shoot. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you can do this. >> are you serious? >> jason: is it english? it's in english. okay. >> jimmy: all right, ready? >> i'm going to take a guess it's long. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: and, here we go. and go. >> go. >> jason: all right. uh, yep. that's a -- that is a -- >> a saxophone. >> yes! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: joe jonas, you're the best! oh, it's funny. oh, he got it! i love it! [ cheers and applause ] >> good game. >> jimmy: my thanks to jason sudeikis, kristin chenoweth, the champ joe jonas! were gonna have more coming with kristin after the break. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ sometimes, you feel the need to take... a smellfie. hanes wants to end the smellfie. those quick self sniffs...to check the ol' smell levels. but this thing we've all done doesn't need to be a thing. there's a smart way to stay fresh. hanes with freshiq advanced odor-protection technology. bonus packs available now. ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is an emmy and tony award winning performer. you can see her in the new musical event "hairspray live" airing wednesday, december 7th, at 8:00 p.m. right here on nbc. everyone, please welcome kristin chenoweth! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ they love you. they love you. kristin, you look gorgeous
thank you so much for coming back to the show. thank you for playing the game. >> i wanted to win. >> jimmy: i know i know. i think you gave joe the answers. >> jimmy: what? no, i didn't cheat. i was just -- we had the same vibe. >> it was a --. >> jimmy: it was the chemistry. you were making the noise but i was doing the action. >> jimmy: exactly. i needed your help with that. >> i got to do the action. >> jimmy: yeah. pal, thanks so much for being on. i was telling you backstage, i was listening to you on seriously sinatra, and you were doing this bit. it's this channel on sirius xm but you were talking about all of your favorite torch songs i guess? broadway hits? >> yeah, exactly, and how he came to understand how to write. there's a song he wrote called "i'm a fool to want you" and he was with ava gardner for a long time. and they broke up, he wrote the song, sang it once and never did it again and i, you know, when you get a chance to be on seriously sinatra and talk about why these songs mean something to you, it's pretty cool. >> jimmy: i just loved that. i couldn't turn it off 'cause you were so interesting talking about every single song. i know you had this one-woman show about a love letter to broadway. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and just, and you can
sing, man. you are so good. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and you were talking about somewhere over the rainbow, i think you were saying when you were a kid, you used to sing that and like that was the song -- >> that was the song we sang and i came from chemical engineers, i was adopted so my parents were like, oh, we got an alien child, right? [ laughter ] right? >> jimmy: okay. >> and i would sing somewhere over the rainbow and i would always think, maybe one day i'll get to do it professionally but that's the song. that's what makes us connected on broadway and otherwise, i think, you know? >> jimmy: but you really did it. i mean, oh my gosh. tony award winning. i mean now, i mean you're on broadway. now you're doing, does live scare you at all? hairspray live? >> well, i should ask you. you do it every night. but yeah, i'm scared to death. >> jimmy: i'm basically -- this show is basically like "hairspray." every single night, i'm like -- i've been compared to harvey fierstein i don't know how many times. >> i don't think -- >> jimmy: oh, of course we have. >> no way. >> jimmy: yeah, of course -- i can make prank phone calls as harvey. how is he doing, by the way? >> he is amazing. he has more balls in his voice than anyone in the world. [ light laughter ]
>> jimmy: that's what i've heard. that's what i heard. >> jimmy: never knew i'd confirm it, yeah absolutely. >> he wrote it so he was perfect. >> jimmy: but you -- ariana grande, who we love, martin short. >> we talked about earlier. he's amazing. dove cameron plays my daughter and i play a former ms. baltimore crabs. a has-been beauty queen sort of -- i don't know why they keep thinking of me for these parts. >> jimmy: what are you talking -- no, please. but you have to learn how to baton twirl. >> i actually did baton twirl. i know it's shocking but i learned how to baton twirl when i was in oklahoma. young and so i just -- >> jimmy: were you in a a marching band? >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] it makes me a dork. >> jimmy: no, it doesn't make you a dork at all. i love the marching band. >> i'm baton twirling in the "hairspray live" and i twirl it and turn, and so i need everybody to start your prayers now because -- >> jimmy: is this towards the beginning of the play or the middle?
>> it's smack dab in the middle. so as i come in, you understand that i get the first part to stress out and smell and then i get --. >> jimmy: molly shannon. >> yes! molly shannon. and then twirl and hopefully not break my face. >> jimmy: but we do get to hear you sing, which should be -- >> i'm excited. >> jimmy: when you hear kristin chenoweth sing, it's just -- you're fantastic and you know you're really good. >> thank you. >> jimmy: but i love -- [ cheers and applause ] you're such a -- such a high voice which is very -- which is great. you a use it perfectly. but i thought it would be kind of fun if we could actually change the octave of your voice. we've got you trying to do it so -- we have this microphone that we can add whatever vocal -- [ cheers and applause ] and you just talk. do you have any holiday plans? what are you thinking? >> you're making my dreams come true. >> jimmy: i can't unhear -- this is like -- >> i've never had more balls in my voice. >> jimmy: harvey, harvey. >> harvey, harvey.
>> jimmy: i would think it would be fun if we reverse chipmunked and can you sing the "chipmunk song?" >> 'cause i do sound like a a chipmunk -- >> jimmy: no you don't, no you don't. ♪ ♪ christmas christmas time is here time for joy and time for cheers ♪ ♪ we can hardly stand the wait please christmas don't be late ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: kristin chenoweth on "hairspray live" wednesday december 7th at 8:00 p.m. on nbc. we'll be right back with a a performance from dnce! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ christmas christmas time is here time for joy and time for cheer ♪ ♪ we can hardly stand --
wow. [ cheers and applause ] they got the moves. performing "body moves" off their new self-titled album, give it up for dnce! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ side by side walking home stumbling home getting curious ♪ ♪ what's on your mind 'cause what's on mine a dirty mind why so serious ♪ ♪ baby the stars above will light the way just take my hand and hear the words i say ♪ ♪ yeah when the morning comes i'll always stay you gotta know you gotta know that i'm feeling this ♪ ♪ come and roll with me we'll rock them body moves me and you
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, thank you, thank you! dnce! [ cheers and applause ] pick up the new album now! my thanks to jason sudeikis, kristin chenoweth, dnce! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- kathy griffin, star of "lion", actor dev patel, cooking with chef jose andres, featuring the 8g band with fred armisen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth m meyers. >> seth: good evening, everybody. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? how we doing out there? [ cheers and applause ] that is great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. donald trump settled the fraud lawsuit against trump university over the weekend for $25 million. well technically he settled it for $24 million plus two tickets to "hamilton." [ light laughter ]