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what a messy day today. more tomorrow? >> it's not going to be a pretty day tomorrow. it's going to be windy. it's going to be cloudy. it's going to be damp. >> what else you got? >> chilly but not as windy as today. remember the coastal flooding for the morning. and then wednesday, wow. you are going to love that one. then windy and colder thursday. then it's going to feel like winter for the rest of the week, weekend and into next week. >> wednesday pushing 60. >> thanks for watching. have a great 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 -- cate blanchett, hugh dancy, musical guest cobi,
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 608! wisconsin! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh. thank you very much! hi! oh, looking good. looking good. hi. welcome! welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show"! this is it, baby. [ cheers and applause ] you made it. you're here. this is the show. i'm your host, jimmy fallon. and this is pretty exciting, you guys.
even though our studio can only hold 200 people, donald trump's press secretary says we have 2 million people here tonight. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's a new record. a new record! >> steve: wow. most ever! >> jimmy: well, we're just a a few days into donald trump's presidency. and i don't know what trump's fitness initiative is, but because of him millions of women got their steps in this weekend. [ cheers and applause ] that's right. the women's march on washington was on saturday and had three times as many people as trump's inauguration. [ cheers and applause ] three times. when he was told there were hundreds of thousands of women outside the white house, trump said, "wow, this trump cologne really works." [ laughter and applause ] "yeah. powerful." but it was pretty amazing. i saw that there were women's marches saturday on every continent, including one in antarctica. [ cheers and applause ] we actually have a picture of the protestor there. [ laughter and applause ]
actually, i saw that yesterday was donald and melania trump's 12th wedding anniversary. yeah. when asked what the traditional 12th anniversary gift is, trump said, "i don't know. i've never made it this far." [ laughter and applause ] "i made history twice this weekend." [ light laughter ] of course, after the inauguration, it's tradition for the newly sworn in president and vice president to dance with their spouses. and here is president trump and vice president pence out on the dance floor. take a look. ♪ i faced it all and i stood tall and did it my way ♪ [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: this is crazy. later they -- they re-aired that same footage. and i think trump's trying to make money off of it. i think. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: see if you notice. take a look at this. ♪ >> you make a great team. it's been that way since the day you met. but your erectile dysfunction, it could be a question of blood
flow. cialis tadalafil for daily use helps you be ready any time the moment's right. ask your doctor about cialis for daily use and a free 30-tablet trial. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: did you catch -- did you notice that? >> steve: he sold the footage to cialis? [ laughter ] honk. >> jimmy: gave 'em a honk. >> steve: whew! >> jimmy: gave 'em a little dance honk. [ laughter ] >> steve: cialis. >> jimmy: ah-ooga. ah-ooga! trump's press secretary, sean spicer, had a rough time during his first press briefing on saturday where he appeared to lie about the size of trump's inauguration crowd. then another trump advisor, kellyanne conway, actually tried to defend him, saying that he just gave, quote, "alternative facts." [ light laughter ] and people asked her, "are you alternative sober?" [ laughter and applause ] alternative facts? that's right, alternative facts. that sounds like a course at trump university. [ laughter ] i major in alternative facts.
actually, we have an example of one of kellyanne conway's alternative facts -- this is a great looking coat. uh, yeah. [ laughter and applause ] but trump's already settling in. in fact, on friday, the white house changed the curtains and the rug in the oval office. and trump said that wasn't what he meant when he asked the secretary "does the carpet match the drapes?" [ laughter and applause ] hey. watch it, buddy. hey. ♪ >> steve: cialis. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: come on. give me a little dance honk, dude. >> steve: honk. ah-ooga. >> jimmy: some big movie news. today it was announced that the title of the next "star wars" film will be "the last jedi." [ audience oohs ] then the film after that will be called "oh, wait, we found another jedi." [ laughter and applause ] the littlest jedi. the littlest jedi. >> steve: hey! >> jimmy: the little jedi that could. [ light laughter ]
finally, i want to say congratulations to the atlanta falcons and the new england patriots who advanced to super bowl li. [ cheers and applause ] but did you see this? tom brady was being mocked for wearing a giant coat on the sidelines during yesterday's game. here, take a look at this. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: people were like, "forget the footballs, deflate your jacket." [ laughter and applause ] even kellyanne conway was like, "that's a weird coat, right there." [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everybody. it's monday. we're so happy to be back. we have a big week of shows coming up. tomorrow night, the one and only mike myers will be here on the show. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] love me my mike.
>> jimmy: favorite -- funny dude. then later this week, we have glenn close, we have danny devito, and drew barrymore -- [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: will be here. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: plus we'll have music from steve aoki and louis tomlinson. [ cheers and applause ] plus parquet courts. [ applause ] a big week. but first, she's one of the greatest actresses around and currently making her broadway debut in "the present." cate blanchett is here tonight. >> steve: whoa! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: cate's going to tell us about her new play, and she and i are going to get serious in an emotional interview. [ light laughter ] >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: so be sure to stick around for that. yeah, it's going to be very emotional. plus, from the highly acclaimed hulu series, "the path", hugh dancy is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] and we've got great music from cobi! [ cheers and applause ] hey guys, like many people, we're big fans of podcasts here at the show. i listen to them all the time. and because of that we thought
it would be fun to have our very own "tonight show" podcast. so we've started recording one called "the tariq and adler show." and it's starring our own tariq trotter from the roots and one of our writers, jonathan adler. [ cheers and applause ] there they are. now, keep in mind, these two barely know each other and have rarely spoken aside from an awkward head nod in the hallway. [ light laughter ] and tonight -- tonight we have -- [ light laughter ] another installment of their podcast. and it's pretty funny, even though they're still working on their chemistry. check this out. >> tariq: hey, what's up? this is tariq. >> and this is adler. >> tariq: and this is "the tariq and adler" podcast. do you want to tell me a a secret? >> oh, jeez. i don't know if i really have a a secret. i don't have any plans this weekend. >> tariq: oh, damn. >> that's not a secret though -- >> tariq: cat's out of the bag on that one. [ light laughter ] i think i already knew that. >> i know when women put cologne on, you put it on,
like, on your wrist and behind your ears. if you're man, where do you even put it? >> tariq: i spray from, like, from behind me. like, on my neck. and then i do, like, on either wrist. >> after you, like, shower in the morning? that's when you put it on? >> tariq: no. before i shower and then i scrub it off. what the [ bleep ] do you think? [ laughter ] like, yes, after i shower in the morning. >> i want to point out that tariq just checked his watch. >> tariq: oh, god. >> when i went to a dance with a girl in high school, i went to buy flowers and i didn't really know what i was doing. and i only bought a filler. and i didn't buy -- >> tariq: oh, you gave her, like, baby's breath. >> it was all baby's breath. [ laughter ] >> tariq: that's like taking someone to dinner and just getting them a plate of parsley. [ laughter ] i'm going to start calling you baby's breath. i think i'm going to get that on a jersey for you. >> i would love that. >> tariq: i know, i know. >> he just checked his watch again. are you a superstitious person? >> tariq: i'm not very superstitious.
but, you know, when you believe in things that you don't understand, then you suffer. [ laughter ] so superstition ain't the way. >> i think those are the lyrics from a song. [ laughter ] but i am -- i'm not positive. [ laughter ] >> tariq: yeah. it's a stevie wonder song. >> that's the one. well, i have a super bowl party pretty much every year at my apartment. >> tariq: aw, man. i'm sorry to hear that. [ laughter ] because i already know -- >> you know what's coming. >> tariq: i know what's coming. >> would you like to come this year? >> tariq: oh, no! [ laughter ] >> if i were a superhero, what would my power be? >> tariq: you would repel women. [ laughter ] >> would i have a name with that power? >> tariq: uh, yeah. "the repeler." [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: there it is right there. give it up for tariq and adler, right there once again! [ cheers and applause ] oh, my goodness. there you go. wow, friends for life. stick around. we'll be back with more of "the tonight show", everybody. come on back! [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ >> jimmy: welcome back. welcome back and thank you for watching. thank you for being here. hey, guys it is january. it is chilly out and if you're like me all you want to do is cozy up to a nice fire with a a good book. >> steve: mhmm. >> jimmy: well, i don't want any of you guys reading any stinkers. so to help you out, i'm about to show you some books that you should avoid al all costs. that's right. it's time for my latest installment of my "do not read" list. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ do not read do not read these books these books ♪ >> jimmy: now, before we start i just want you all to know that every book that i'm about to show you is 100% real. these are actual books. [ light laughter ] you can find them on amazon or check them out at your local library. they are real. all right, let's see what's on my "do not read" list. this first one is a craft book. like -- >> steve: i love crafts? >> jimmy: we love crafting,
right? >> steve: love 'em. >> jimmy: yeah, this is called, "painting houses, cottages, and towns on rocks." >> steve: oh! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a subject everyone can relate to. >> steve: everybody's like, "that's it." >> jimmy: yeah, and she dedicated the -- she said, "for my husband claus and our daughters skye, erika and kira who have all learned to live, with a house full of rocks." [ laughter ] "hey, erika, can i come over to your house and play?" "i'll just go to yours. my house is filled with rocks." [ laughter ] speaking of kids. >> steve: love kids. >> jimmy: the next one is a a children's book. >> steve: oh, good. >> yeah. it's called "sometimes my mom drinks too much." >> steve: oh! [ applause ] a kid's -- children's book. [ laughter ] at least she's not straight out of the bottle. she decants it nicely, in a a nice decanter. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: lets it breathe a a little bit. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: lets it breathe. >> steve: lets it get in there. >> jimmy: yeah, it's not like -- >> steve: and then chugs it. >> jimmy: yeah. then she just chugs it. yeah. >> steve: gulp, gulp. >> jimmy: for children to read. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: so cute. ♪
>> jimmy: "she was carrying my birthday cake to the table where i was sitting with my friends." [ laughter ] "suddenly she fell. the cake smashed all over the floor." [ audience ohs ] "mom burst out laughing." [ laughter ] "my friends laughed, too. but i didn't." [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, gosh. >> jimmy: "neither did yoshi. i could tell she was thinking, 'your mom is drunk. isn't she?'" [ laughter ] look at the picture -- look at the drawing of the mom. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, my gosh! she's happy. yeah. >> jimmy: she's a happy drunk. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, i don't know. yeah, thought it was funny. >> steve: don't you look at me, yoshi! >> jimmy: don't judge me, yoshi! >> steve: oh, my gosh. [ mumbling ] >> jimmy: get me another bottle. >> steve: decant another bottle. >> jimmy: next up is a history book. >> steve: love, history. >> jimmy: yeah, this is great. this is, "a history of the metal lawn chair ...what we know now." [ laughter ] >> steve: what we know now. >> jimmy: what we know now. >> steve: the secret's revealed. [ laughter ] before -- >> jimmy: here's why i don't
want you to read it. because this was printed in 2014. so i don't know if you should read it. 'cause who knows what kind of metal lawn chair advancements have taken place -- >> steve: in the last three years. >> jimmy: over the last three years? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: what we know now. >> steve: that's an incomplete book. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a whole book. >> steve: the secret is out. >> jimmy: look at all of these words. [ laughter ] wow. >> steve: that's one you want more pictures than words. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: gosh. >> steve: what we know now. >> jimmy: next up, is another children's book. this one's called "electricity experiments for children." >> steve: oh, great! >> jimmy: this is great. >> steve: i love it. >> jimmy: this is great, because i'm always encouraging my kids to play with electricity more. >> steve: oh, yeah. >> jimmy: you know? here, look at one of t experimen it says, "how you can make a a battery." [ light laughter ] just kind of a bottle of ammonium chloride. that's easy to get. >> steve: oh, great. >> jimmy: yeah, just go -- they sell it at toys "r" us. >> steve: they have, like, gallons of it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: here, unscrew the fuse box. >> jimmy: what do you mean, you're sold out of ammonium chloride again? >> steve: oh, man. >> jimmy: every kid's making batteries. >> steve: they got tons of batteries. >> jimmy: what's that, sir? >> steve: they got tons of batteries. kids are making batteries. they get zinc chromium. they got some, carbolic acid. they make batteries all the time. >> jimmy: hey, you guys talking about batteries? >> steve: yeah.
>> jimmy: my kid needs at least, five, five, four, five batteries. >> jimmy: we're out of -- >> steve: what? they use ammonium chloride? >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. >> steve: where did you get it? 'cause we're all out here. >> jimmy: oh, i get some back at my -- le car. >> steve: your le car? >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: do you have a le car? >> jimmy: i can't hear you. i was as a concert last night. [ laughter ] >> steve: who'd you go see? >> jimmy: i'll go see -- i saw kenny g. >> steve: did he really? kenny g? >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: what was he playing? >> jimmy: he played a saxophone right in my ear. >> steve: are you serious? unbelievable. >> jimmy: we're down to our last one. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're down to our last one. >> steve: what's up, g? >> jimmy: this is our last one, here. this is called -- this book is called "vital merger." let's see who wrote it. just zoom right there. [ laughter ] does this look like anything to you higgins? >> steve: that? does that look like anything to me? nope. [ laughter ]
looks like two trees growing together. wait. is that a bush, or a tree? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: come on. it's a -- it is a -- it's -- [ laughter ] it's unfortunate is what it is. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: did you -- but you -- it's -- >> steve: no. >> jimmy: you've never read this book? >> steve: never read that brook. who wrote it? >> jimmy: dirk -- e >> steve: dick elliot? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: dirk elliot. >> steve: oh, dirk, dirk. >> jimmy: you should try reading it. it's -- the first couple chapters is -- nuts. [ applause ] >> steve: looks like it -- just nuts. >> jimmy: just nuts. >> steve: looks like it comes in hard cover. >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: is that hard cover? >> jimmy: it's not a hard cover. [ laughter ] that's all the time we have for our "do not read" list. [ cheers and applause ] if you have a book you think could be on our next, "do not read" list. i want to see it. send your title to our blog at email@example.com. we'll be right back with cate blanchett. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by a multiple golden globe and academy award-winning actress, who is currently making her broadway debut in "the present." it's an ensemble drama that already has a huge box office success. will continue its run at the barrymore theater through march 19th. please welcome, the one and only, cate blanchett, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: ah, cate, you look fantastic --
>> can i put my gum here? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i wouldn't, no, sure. you can -- >> i might need it later. >> jimmy: you're allowed to. >> all right, yeah, there. in a little pile -- neat little pile. >> jimmy: are you going to make it into a little character or something? >> yes, yeah i could. a little penis -- you've got a a little phallic thing going on. there you go. yes. there. the phall -- >> jimmy: stop doing that! >> seems an appropriate symbol in this country right now. >> jimmy: we should -- let's -- we can make that an emoji. >> with tiny little balls. >> jimmy: stop it, stop it! [ applause ] >> hi, jimmy. >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm good. >> jimmy: nice to see you. everything well? [ laughter ] >> you threatened to that? >> jimmy: no, i'm just -- yes, a little threatened. >> sitting behind the desk here all day. >> jimmy: all too familiar to me. >> no one can see a thing. >> jimmy: ah -- yes. i don't want to be distracting from you. >> right. >> jimmy: you look -- well, it's hard to be. you look gorgeous. thank you for coming back to
the show. i appreciate this. >> you look gorgeous, too. >> jimmy: thank you so much. i -- that's what i -- [ applause ] i was fishing for a compliment. >> yes, i know, they applauded. >> jimmy: yeah, it's the best, thank you. i saw you -- you're in new york now for a while, right? this is fun. i like having you here. >> i am. you know, i was filming on an ocean thing with sandra bullock, and sarah paulson and helena bonham carter, gorgeous, gorgeous girls. >> jimmy: how fun was that? very, very fun. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sarah paulson -- oh, my gosh. >> i know, don't get me started. >> jimmy: yes, i know. >> and then, you know, i'm in the play, so we're here about six months. >> jimmy: i saw you at a knick game and you were looking gorgeous as ever. >> oh, did you? >> jimmy: yes and i want to know, who were you wearing? >> who was i wearing? >> jimmy: yeah, what is his name? what is -- what is his name? >> that is iggy, he was getting over-excited. >> jimmy: yeah, is that your son? >> that's one of them. i've got four -- well, i've got three boys and one girl but they -- but then my eldest is a a huge knicks fan and then we went, we went about three weeks ago and they didn't play particularly well and he wanted to leave. see, the thing in your country is that when the -- when your team isn't playing well, everyone leaves.
>> jimmy: yeah. >> and so my son -- >> jimmy: can't be bothered with it, yeah. >> no my son was almost crying and he came over and said, "this is not fun for me, we need to go." and i said, "look the all -- i've become like a soccer mom." and i say, "we can't leave, because we've got to stay and support them." and i start applauding for anyone who gets anything through the basket. so -- >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. it's terrible. but they -- i tell you, you look at the size of their fingers and you need to raise the basket. i mean, the game has become ridiculous. i hadn't seen a game, like a a professional game, until i came to this country and the guys are so tall now. maybe not rose, but -- >> jimmy: the baskets are actually beneath them. >> yeah, it's crazy. >> jimmy: the basket's underneath them, yeah. >> and so you only like a meter and a half to play the game, then you kinda get too close and you just get it in. it's like, where's the challenge? [ light laughter ] i mean, i'm sure there is a a challenge, but -- >> jimmy: i think -- well there's people trying to stop you from doing that. [ laughter ] that's the -- that's how basketball works. >> but maybe -- maybe they need to start recruiting really little people, because they
could go through the legs of the guy -- i mean -- >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, i -- nothing -- no. i think that's a good idea. >> i could coach the team. >> jimmy: all right. we want to do like a celebrity team for team, we can do it, yeah. >> we could. >> jimmy: i'll do it -- >> but it's a great -- it's a a great game. at least my children, they love basketball. >> jimmy: i love the knicks. >> at least it's not like cricket. >> jimmy: cricket i don't understand the rules. i tried to -- >> you play cricket in your country? >> jimmy: no. no, not at all. [ light laughter ] i've tried to watch one and i -- i couldn't -- wrap my head around it. >> it's very, very -- i feel very un-australian but it's very long. >> jimmy: didn't like a cricket game last like a week once or something like that? >> oh, probably about six weeks. it's very, very -- no. >> jimmy: that's insane. >> as parent, you pray they'll play soccer or basketball. >> jimmy: yeah, of course, you're like -- oh, yeah. exactly. you're growing old with your kids during one game, it's awful. >> i know. it's awful! >> jimmy: and what is -- >> you can read "war & peace." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: exactly. just get to the peace part and kids, get in the car. let's talk about this. "the present." this is a chekhov.
>> that's me. >> jimmy: ah. look how cute. >> and that's richard. >> jimmy: ah, come on. this is your first time on broadway? >> yeah it is. we've been here a few times, with the sydney theater company, my husband and i used to run the sydney theater company and, but it's first time on broadway, which is great. all australian cast. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah, from a russian play -- a chekhov play that's sort of -- is never seen. >> jimmy: how was it never seen? because i know -- >> well, it's 300 pages, you know, he put in his chekhovian sock drawer and just left. and then so -- i mean, my husband, who i've been sleeping with for 20 years in the hope he would cast me in the role -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: good for you! [ applause ] >> it finally, finally paid off. >> jimmy: there he is. >> the casting couch is alive and well. thank you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but you're in this and it's -- i've got to say it is -- it's great acting. it's rowdy.
it is fun. it's loud. >> gunshots, vodka. >> jimmy: explosions -- >> sounds like the appalachian mountains. >> jimmy: it is. vodka out there. you at one point have a decent belch, i will say. [ belch ] oh, my gosh! how do you do that? >> you can do that. >> jimmy: i can't do that. >> can't everyone do that? >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. [ belch ] stop doing that! >> i thought that's what, that's what everyone can do. >> jimmy: no one does that. that's amazing. >> that's what they teach at acting school. >> jimmy: you're the coolest mom ever. your kids must love you for that. [ belch ] okay. cate and i are having an emotional interview, after the break. stick around. no more belching! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ not to be focusingo finaon my moderatepe. to severe chronic plaque psoriasis. so i made a decision to talk to my dermatologist about humira. humira works inside my body to target and help block a specific source of inflammation
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now cate, you are an amazing actress and that means you have to be in touch with your emotions. >> so my psychiatrist says. >> jimmy: so tonight, right now, i thought we could see how emotional we can get. it's time for "an emotional interview." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ emotional interview >> okay. >> jimmy: here's how it works. we're going to have a normal conversation with each other except every so often we're going to hear this ding sound -- and when we hear that we'll be given an emotion or situation we have to act out as we keep talking. >> where does that come from? from above? >> jimmy: no. below. >> oh. >> jimmy: watch, ready? [ bell ] yeah. [ light laughter ] it's me sitting on the bell. >> okay. >> jimmy: i'm going to start things off. now, cate, i haven't seen you in a while. how have you been? [ bell ] >> oh, no, i've been fabulous! >> jimmy: me, too. >> i've been great, really? >> jimmy: i've been really doing well. >> you don't look that great, but, i mean, yeah. [ laughter ] i mean -- are you sure you're
okay? i mean, i -- >> jimmy: i've never been better. >> friends have been calling me and saying, you know -- >> jimmy: i'm so happy, i mean my friends -- >> have you had some work done? i mean -- >> jimmy: i mean, that is, not as much as you, but i -- i -- [ light laughter ] [ bell ] you know what? i think start botox on one side of the face first and if you like it do it with the other side. >> yeah. but i mean, before or after you get the perm. >> jimmy: i mean -- >> that's what i think, you know. >> jimmy: here's what i would do. get your savings account, take all the money out and go bet on a racehorse. >> oh, give it to trump! >> jimmy: yeah, that's right. or give it to trump. why not? or just -- burn it. >> we could burn it. [ laughter ] i mean that's probably the safest thing to do. [ bell ] [ laughter ] how many times -- [ laughter ] [ pig sounds ] [ laughter ] [ bell ] i mean -- >> jimmy: i'm having so much fun. >> i mean and i'm onstage at
the moment, i mean, it's really great to be doing something about you know, midlife crises. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> because it's absurd and ridiculous. i mean, almost as absurd and ridiculous as kind of a man who has filed for corporate bankruptcy four times who's running the largest economy in the world! [ laughter ] i mean, it's almost as funny as that. >> jimmy: i feel like, i feel like a giraffe in space. [ laughter ] >> you look like a giraffe in space. >> jimmy: i feel like one. >> with a helmet as big as my ego. [ laughter ] [ bell ] >> jimmy: do you go to the movies? >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, i would -- what? you stay home and watch tv, netflix and chill, that's fun. >> tv. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like, when you go out, like, obviously you're here in new york. do you go out to restaurants -- >> oh no. i'm an actress. i don't eat. [ laughter ]
[ bell ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: must have been tough growing up with -- with your name. you know? >> blanchett? >> jimmy: that's the part that's probably the easiest. i mean, kids can be mean. kids can be bullies. you know? what was their nickname for you? >> well, sometimes they called me cane, or -- >> jimmy: "c." >> "c" or yeah, no, that's never been a problem. >> jimmy: did they ever try to like, shove you into a snowman or something? [ laughter ] >> no! [ bell ] >> jimmy: because snowmen are so much fun! they are so much fun! it's the best. >> okay. >> jimmy: have you ever played in the snow before? >> no! [ laughter ]
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: our next guest is an emmy nominated actor who stars alongside aaron paul in the hulu drama "the path." which returns for a second season january 25th. everyone please welcome, hugh dancy! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's nice suit, my man. >> thank you, sir. >> jimmy: who makes that suit. >> paul smith i believe. >> jimmy: oh really? he does yeah? i like that. >> i like being inside it. >> jimmy: yeah, that's right. i like you being inside it as well. fantastic, everything's working. >> it's so great, yeah. >> jimmy: i had -- i just had your wife on the show last
week. >> you did, yes. >> jimmy: yes, yes. claire danes, we love her. >> mhmm. >> jimmy: so i know that the family's doing well. [ cheers ] i know the family's doing well, yeah? >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: i find out your halloween costumes -- >> you did? great. >> jimmy: which is fantastic. >> yeah. >> jimmy: she was -- your son was a germ. >> he was. he's very into germs. >> jimmy: he loves germs, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so, he's a germ. >> he is. >> jimmy: and claire was a a light bulb. she was a germ of an idea. >> exactly. >> jimmy: and were you a a german. >> i was -- yes. i was going to be a german. but i -- the lederhosen i ordered online didn't arrive. so i had to fashion a kind of -- >> jimmy: i love that there's a a back order. there was a back order on lederhose. >> i got them a week later. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what do you do with them now? >> i hung on to them because you never know. >> jimmy: no, you never know. >> you know. >> jimmy: you could bring them back. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you could pull it off. >> next time, is lederhosen, again. >> jimmy: no, you could pull out your lederhosen. and that's my pickup line. [ laughter ] next time you come on -- >> i'll bring them in, yes.
yeah. >> jimmy: we'll both wear lederhosen. >> okay, great. i knew there was a reason to keep them. >> jimmy: that's why you have them. i found out also that your brother runs a travel company. >> this is true, yeah. >> jimmy: he's a travel agent? >> he runs a travel company. he sends people on kind of curated little holidays for them. >> jimmy: and the name of the company is, "truffle pig." >> yeah, that's right. truffle pig travel. >> jimmy: truffle pig travel. >> mhmm. >> jimmy: now, i think i know what that is. >> a truffled pig is -- oh, you mean the name? >> jimmy: yeah. >> truffle -- that's how they -- people find truffles. you can't farm truffles. so they have little pigs, they're very valuable. the right pig that can sniff out a truffle. they take them around on a a leash. and if there's a truffle under the tree, the pig starts to dig it up with his -- you know the little -- nose. >> jimmy: snout. >> snout. thank you. >> jimmy: you can call it a a "nose" as well. he doesn't know. >> there's no pigs here, right? he never learned that word. >> jimmy: he's a pig. he doesn't know it. yeah but, so he sniffs out these -- and they're kind of like mushroom -- >> and then the farmers, like, yank the pig out of the way and dig up the truffle. >> jimmy: it's very expensive, this things. >> truffles are very expensive, yeah. >> jimmy: so is your brother's trips very expensive? [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: right? >> no, they're very well priced. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: truffles, a very expensive thing.
>> yeah. >> jimmy: he's like, "why didn't you just name it peanut butter -- >> why not just buy a truffle? >> jimmy: peanut butter and jelly pig?" yeah. something that's more common that people can all have. but he does he -- >> i think it's more about like finding just the right thing. >> jimmy: oh, finding the rare -- >> the typical fee -- exactly. >> jimmy: ah. and where -- has he sent you on cool trips? >> me? >> jimmy: yeah. >> he sent us on our honeymoon, which was -- which was fantastic. >> jimmy: where did you go? >> we went to spain. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. went to the middle of spain. which was -- >> jimmy: how does -- he knows all the stuff? do you call him all the time? like, "hey, i'm going on a a trip. what should we do?" >> you know, it's like, having you know, like having a dentist in the family, or a lawyer. you know, you call them kind of -- i think they're, "oh, god." you know. >> jimmy: yeah. >> here it goes again. >> jimmy: yeah, "what do you want to ask?" >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: we're in italy, bro! >> totally, exactly! >> jimmy: where's the best -- >> i want to get a good pizza, man. >> jimmy: he's like, via lonely planet >> i can't here you, a a terrible connection! >> jimmy: yeah. >> but no -- yeah, i call him when i need to and i give him -- if i go somewhere cool, or not cool. i don't know if he really wants me to, but i make little lists of places i go that i like and then i send them to him like a a good brother. >> jimmy: that's very nice of
you to do that. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: like do you -- does he give you tips? what would he say -- what would truffle pig say about new york? >> no. he would ask me. he's like, "dude where do i send someone in new york?" you know. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> well i live here, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. so do you have good advice, for places to go? >> i mean it's pretty lazy right? it's like, the high line. >> jimmy: the high line's great. >> i mean, don't get me wrong. if you come to new york, you should go to the high line. >> jimmy: yeah, i like that, yeah. i tell people the brooklyn bridge, is great. >> brooklyn bridge, chinatown. i mean, after brooklyn bridge for some food. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: like, this is it. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i want to email your brother -- >> we should, yeah. >> jimmy: and get on truffle pig. yeah. congrats. i want to talk about "the path." >> mhmm. >> jimmy: congrats on season two. the first two episodes come out january 25th. >> mhmm. >> jimmy: and then a week later, the new one's out. what's happening this season? so it's like a cult type of religious thing? >> it is, yeah. so, this year where we're all dealing with the total mess we made of things last year. my character who is kind of running the show is a little out of his depth.
he's done some pretty bad things and he's trying to atone. he's trying to open it up into the wider world and, i think you have a clip, right? >> jimmy: yeah. >> and in the clip, if it's the one i'm thinking of, you can see we're trying to reach out and it's the worst piece of fundraising ever attempted. >> jimmy: yeah. here it is. here's hugh dancy in "the path." take a look at this. >> i want to talk to you for just a moment about the purpose of this evening, while you're here, other than the fact that someone you consider socially desirable invited you. half a mile from here in canarsie, there are 30 young novices sleeping on a concrete floor dedicating themselves to the social mission of our movement. they are sacrificing and slaving to make a haven for the homeless of this city. the sick, the disabled, the forgotten. people, you walk past every day in the street and avert your eyes. we are intervening, making a a difference. saving lives. [ cheers and applause ]
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guys, check us out tomorrow night. he's one of the funniest guys on the planet, coming to talk about his new book "canada." mike myers will be here. [ cheers and applause ] plus tim ferriss will be here. [ cheers and applause ] and we have music from steve aoki and louis tomlinson. it's going to be good. [ cheers and applause ] but first up, he is a a singer-songwriter from minneapolis, and i know the family very well. [ cheers and applause ] his debut single has racked up millions of streams, and they're very proud of him. performing "don't you cry for me", please welcome, cobi!
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ hope got my hands tied around my back time put a rope around my head ♪ ♪ hung from the rafters of my fear dark in the eyes ♪ ♪ try and face the world i can't bear to my knees hit the ground and my hands start shaking ♪ ♪ old feelings from new faces a rope on the floor and a poor man hanging ♪ ♪ please help me chop this tree down hold me from underneath ♪
i dug through the ground now i'm hanging above ♪ ♪ please help me chop this tree down hold me from underneath ♪ ♪ words never once cut me down oh, don't you cry for me ♪ ♪ down by the grave that the law man laid when the gravel got paved finally i'm saved ♪ ♪ down by the grave that the law man laid when the gravel got paved finally i'm saved ♪ ♪ when the sun went down ♪ down by the grave that the law man laid
when the gravel got paved finally i'm saved ♪ ♪ it set the sky on fire ♪ down by the grave that the law man laid when the gravel got paved finally i'm saved ♪ ♪ i saw an angel fly ♪ down by the grave that the law man laid when the gravel got paved finally i'm saved ♪ ♪ i never felt so high ♪ down by the grave that the law man laid when the gravel got paved finally i'm saved ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ oh, don't you cry for me oh, don't you cry for me ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: oh, yes! well done! whoa cobi! "don't you cry for me" is available now. [ cheers and applause ] hi, mom. my thanks to cate blanchett, hugh dancy, cobi, once again! [ cheers and applause ] that was great. and the roots, right there, from philadelphia, pennsylvania. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- idina menzel -- star of "supergirl" actress, melissa benoist -- music from, kane brown -- featuring the 8g band with darren king. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night"! how about is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] fantastic to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. during his inaugural address on friday, president trump -- whew! [ light laughter ] just a little -- just a little