tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC March 21, 2017 11:34pm-12:38am EDT
>> i never know when to bring a heavy coat or not. it changes constantly. >> you alternate days. just getting two days of winter here, and it's going to be damp. really cold tomorrow. colder in the afternoon than in the morning. then it warms up for saturday, and then it gets cold again after that. >> tomorrow is a coat day for sure. definitely monday. >> i'm jim rosenfield. thanks for watching. have a good night. lause ] tomorrow. ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- jessica chastain, joe manganiello, musical guest gary clark jr.,
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 643. yeah! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome, welcome, welcome! welcome, everybody. welcome to "the tonight show." this is it, baby! [ cheers and applause ] this is it. hot show tonight. here's what people are talking about. of course, a big investigation into russia. fbi director james comey
confirmed the agency is examining possible ties between russia and president trump's campaign. when asked if they found anything yet, comey said, i can't comment on an ongoing investigation. [ laughter and applause ] however, comey refused to say whether trump himself was being investigated. it's part of his policy not to comment on ongoing investigations that don't involve hillary clinton, and -- [ laughter and applause ] and anything else, i can't talk about. absolutely off limits. as you expect a lot of material to go through. and comey said there's no timetable for when the fbi will finish. then putin said, "it's like 'grey's anatomy' of investigation. when you think it will end it does not." [ laughter and applause ] a big "grey's anatomy" fan. >> steve: apparently. >> jimmy: in the mean time, trump's keeping busy. today he signed a bill authorizing nearly $20 billion in funding for nasa, you know, as long as they find a way to project his face on to the moon. >> steve: that's all.
[ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that's all. and last night trump held a a rally in kentucky and he gave a shout-out to the state's lieutenant governor, jeanine hampton. now, i don't know what he was doing here. he was either trying to say something to her, or blow her a a kiss. i don't know. just watch this. >> here's our great lieutenant governor, by the way, please -- [ cheers ] thank you, darling. thank you. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: what was that? >> steve: what -- >> jimmy: what was that? he looks like my dad trying to make a duck face. [ laughter and applause ] melania was like, "shh. that's what he thinks kissing is, and i don't want to tell him he's wrong." [ laughter and applause ] trump also responded to people saying he hasn't gotten enough done since he took office. check out what he said. >> somebody said to me, "when are you starting on nafta?" i said, wait a minute. i did this, this, this. i've been here, like, 51 days. give me a chance! [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: turns out trump's really been in office for 60 days not 51, and he actually
corrected himself. kind of. >> do not worry, we are starting on nafta very soon. you know, i've only been there for what? 52, days, right? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: trump is negotiating time now. >> steve: yeah. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i'll take 54 days. that's my final offer. that's all. i blame the whole thing on daylight savings. [ light laughter ] fake time. and finally, at his confirmation hearing today supreme court nominee neil gorsuch talked about what it was like to be a judge, and gave a very passionate response. listen to what he said. >> and i put my ego aside when i put on that robe and i open my mind, and i open my heart -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: even nick from "the bachelor" was like, "ugh!" [ laughter and applause ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is prodigy of mobb deep sitting in with the roots tonight. [ cheers and applause ] oh! [ cheers and applause ] his new album, "hegelian dialectic: book of revelation", is available now. and you can also pick up a copy of his book "commissary kitchen: my infamous prison cookbook." [ light laughter ] thank you so much for being here, buddy. i want you to sign this for me. okay? [ cheers and applause ] it's good! it's awesome. guys, we have a big show tonight. she's an academy award
nominated actress, and star of the new movie "the zookeeper's wife." jessica chastain is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] she's awesome. jessica and i are going to play a game of charades a little later on in the show. so, be sure to stick around for that. plus this guy is fantastic, joe manganiello is on the show. >> steve: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and we have great music. i love it every time he comes on here. he always surprises me, i love it. i think he's one of the best guitarists i've ever seen. but also, he can sing, man. gary clark jr. is here. >> steve: whoa! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's my man. guys, this is pretty cool. there is a girl scout in oklahoma city who just broke the all-time record for selling 101,105 boxes of girl scout cookies. [ cheers ] so she actually reached out to us and she wanted to sell her final record-breaking box to me, here on the show. [ audience aws ] of course, we said no. [ laughter ] but that's not the point.
well, if someone's offering me girl scout cookies i can't say no. so ladies and gentlemen, please welcome katie francis! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ please, welcome. katie, please, welcome, sit down. we have a lot to discuss here. what's -- how -- how, i don't understand, how could you possibly sell that many boxes of cookies? >> well, there's a lot of parts to my cookie sales. but, one of the main tips is i set up in front of grocery stores and i had lots of fun and i sang and danced a lot. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you sang and danced? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what would you sing and dance to? >> well, i made up cookie tunes. so i took popular songs and changed around the words a a little bit. >> jimmy: like -- [ laughter ] give me an example. >> like one of my favorites was to the tune of "rudolph the red-nosed reindeer." >> jimmy: i know that, everyone knows that, yeah. >> and i changed the words a a little bit to, like, list off all the cookies. >> jimmy: give me an example. what would that be? just give me a sample. >> okay.
♪ you know samoas tag-alongs and do-si-dos trefoils savannah smiles toffee-tastic ♪ ♪ but do you recall the most famous cookie of all thin mints the ♪ >> jimmy: thin mints. [ cheers and applause ] okay! all right. so what do we got here? thin mints. samoas. what are these ones? do-si-dos? trefoils. that is the girl scout badge, that's the logo, right? >> yeah. the girl scout logo. >> jimmy: and then this is s'mores? >> those are our brand new cookies. >> jimmy: yeah, that's too much for me. too much cookie. [ light laughter ] these trefoils, i do love girl scouts. i don't, trefoils, i'm out. it's just too, it's too basic for me. [ light laughter ] do-si-do, cute name.
i don't like peanut butter. stick to the roof of my -- [ audience oohs ] no, i'm, no. hey. no. i do, i like -- i like peanut butter. i don't want it in a cookie. it's too dry for me, man. >> steve: it's heresy! burn him alive! >> jimmy: hey, i'm allowed to like and dislike things. i don't want to eat -- [ mumbling ] i'm out. >> steve: do-si-don'ts. >> jimmy: so, it's down to these to gems. thin mints, and then samoas. [ audience yelling ] you can't bully me! [ light laughter ] wait. so -- >> buy them all. >> jimmy: well, i want to just buy one and just make it official that i break the record. first of all, how old are you, by the way? >> i'm 15. >> jimmy: yeah, that's an awesome age. how long have you've been a a girl scout. >> this is my seventh year. >> jimmy: hey, congratulations. you got a lot of cool stuff. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how much are these? >> they're $4 a box. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: hmm. four bucks a pop? uh -- i think samoas is what i'm going get.
[ cheers and applause ] >> those are my favorite. >> jimmy: they're your favorite, too? >> yes. >> jimmy: you said the favorite of all is thin mints in your song! so four dollars -- that's five. >> so, then $1 is your change. >> jimmy: that's correct. >> let me get that real quick. [ light laughter ] and thank you so much for your support. >> jimmy: oh -- see? you're saying that before you gave me the dollar? [ light laughter ] you're really good. you're really good at this. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you can keep the change. [ light laughter ] >> thank you. great guy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, so you broke the record. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: so, it's 101,106 boxes of girl scout cookies. thank you for reaching out to us. i appreciate that. we actually have a special surprise for you and the girl scouts of america. our friends over at ready whip wanted to give you this -- it's a check for $15,000. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
to help make the world a better place. congratulations again, pal. >> thank you. thank you! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: katie francis, everybody! >> thank you so much! >> jimmy: and can you take these. yeah. thank you, pal. i appreciate it. nice to meet you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you. [ cheers and applause ] katie francis. >> sharing is caring. >> jimmy: sharing is caring? [ laughter ] >> steve: my eye, my eye! >> jimmy: did someone get it? [ cheers ] ♪ >> jimmy: dude, i think it landed in your pocket! [ cheers ] good stuff, man. good throwin' cookies! >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: they should put that on the box. >> steve: you're used to tossing cookies. >> jimmy: this is the best. this is the best. [ light laughter ] you guys are good.
>> steve: you tossed cookies many a time? haven't you? you and i've been together when we've tossed. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: these are the best cookies. [ light laughter ] guys it is march. [ cheers ] march. i don't know what's happening. [ laughter ] i sound like shaggy. >> steve: oh, my gosh. [ unintelligible ] >> jimmy: you guys, it's march, you know what that means. it is time to do some serious spring cleaning. which means you got to toss out all those old books you got lying around your house. to help you out, i'm about to show you some books you should avoid at all costs. that's right. it's time for the 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: now before we start i just want to you know that every book 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's on my "do not read list." this first book is for you animal lovers. >> steve: oh gosh. >> jimmy: yeah, this is called "raccoon family pets." [ light laughter ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: by lenore brandt. here's lenore staring at her raccoon. [ light laughter ] she looks psyched. >> steve: she looks really happy. >> jimmy: she's like, that's it, we got the photo. we got it. [ light laughter ] i got the cover. let's take a peek inside. see what we have to do to take care of a raccoon, there. if your raccoon feels listless after worming, or shows lack of appetite, the following eggnog tonic will soon restore its vigor. [ light laughter ] >> steve: oh, good. >> jimmy: two egg yolks, three tablespoons of cream, a a teaspoon of whiskey. mix together and beat well with a fork. so basically, you want me to get drunk with my raccoon. >> steve: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> steve: yeah, looks like. looks like lenore -- >> jimmy: if that was the title -- if that was the title i would buy it. [ applause ] >> steve: looks like lenore's had a few le-nogs. >> jimmy: i'll do it. i love animals. this next book is for kids.
you know i love kids. this is "100 games for one player." [ audience ohs ] >> steve: oh, man. >> jimmy: sad. really sad book. >> steve: that's the saddest book i've ever -- >> jimmy: what do you mean? he looks happy. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: he's psyched up! big pair of binoculars with him. let's see one of the games in here. this is not that sad. >> steve: no, not at all. >> jimmy: this is a good game. listening. [ laughter ] just walk around listen to stuff. that's a blast! [ light laughter ] honey, what's wrong with the -- what's wrong with our child? he's just playing listening, honey. >> steve: i got the best book for him. >> jimmy: i mean, yeah. it's almost as sad as drinking with a raccoon. next up is a cookbook. >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: i love those. this is called "culinary delight and words of wisdom." yeah. so, apparently each page is a a recipe as well as some words of wisdom. >> steve: fantastic. >> jimmy: it's a great idea. let's check out one of the -- iranian carrots.
>> steve: mm. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: five carrots, onion, raisins, dates, cream and sugar. check out the story down here. my friend joanne price had dan and i to her delicious dinner at their monte cola ranch in le grande in 2001, and joanne made this dish. she taught piano, and gary had a lovely voice. her husband, gary, raised buffalo and they roamed on a a strip of land below their house. one day she got trampled by the buffalo and injured badly. joanne is a gracious and charming lady. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: that took a weird turn. >> steve: real fast. >> jimmy: that's not even words of wisdom. that's just like -- ah. >> steve: ah. >> jimmy: next up is a history book. >> steve: oh, i love history. >> jimmy: yeah. this is called "train wrecks of eastern pennsylvania." [ light laughter ] if you thought you thought liked train wrecks of western pennsylvania, you're gonna flip! [ light laughter ] i'm going to hang on to that one. it's a good beach read. we're down to our last one. it's another cookbook. you can never have too many. this is "the new hot dog cookbook."
and basically what it is, it's just any recipe and just put hot dogs in it. >> steve: oh, that's good. >> jimmy: like, lentil soup with hot dogs. grilled cheese with hot dogs. but i love, look at this right here. it says kids love them. adults adore them. [ light laughter ] do you adore a hot dog? >> steve: adore a hot dog? >> jimmy: i mean, we love hot dogs, i always have a hot dog here anytime i'm ready to chomp down. >> steve: yeah, it's always ready to go. >> jimmy: it's always the best. higgins, you want a hot dog? >> steve: oh, love one. >> jimmy: cool, my man. [ light laughter ] there you go. hey you guys, that's all we have for this edition of my "do not read list." if you have a book that you think should be on our next do not read list, i want to see it. send your title to our blog at firstname.lastname@example.org. we'll be right back with jessica chastain, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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theaters march 31st. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome jessica chastain! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: oh, you look gorgeous. welcome back. >> thanks. >> jimmy: thank you for coming on, and you look gorgeous on the cover of this guy, too. look at this. ooh-la-la. >> what your face? >> jimmy: what is my face? >> yeah, your face for covers of "w" magazine? >> jimmy: yeah, i've never been offered that. i'm sorry. >> there you go. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: like, why are you buying this? yeah. >> mm-hmm. from your face. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so gross, my face. would you like a girl scout cookie, or are you good? >> i'm vegan, man. >> jimmy: oh. >> are there vegan girl scout cookies? >> jimmy: yeah, maybe. this is just coconut. >> yeah? >> jimmy: can you have coconut? >> i can have coconut, but it looks like there's chocolate, too. >> jimmy: oh, there's chocolate. no, really? >> well, as long as -- dark chocolate. >> jimmy: so you can have the trefoils?
>> what is that? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: it's just a very basic cookie. it's a very basic cookie. [ laughter ] let's talk about your movie, here. >> okay. >> jimmy: "the zookeeper's wife." this is based on the book, and it's a great film. and man, oh, man, you went for it, man. you're fantastic in this. >> thank you so much. yeah, it's based on antonina zabinska's diaries. >> jimmy: okay. >> she was a woman who lived in warsaw in world war ii, and she sacrificed the safety of her family to save hundreds of lives. and she hid them. she smuggled people out of the warsaw ghetto and hid them in her zoo. >> jimmy: wow. and how did you hear about this? did you just know the story or -- >> they sent me the script. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> that's why. yeah -- no, they sent me the script. and then, from there, i read the book, and then went to warsaw and met with her daughter. >> jimmy: wow. >> she's still alive. >> jimmy: but when you do it, you go -- oh, wow. and that must have been amazing. >> yeah, it was very emotional. >> jimmy: i was going to say that must have been really -- yeah. >> because she would play the piano to signal people, because they all lived in the basement under the house. so, there was a song she would play to tell them, you know,
"run, flee, get out of the house." there was to be tunnels underground. there was another song that was, "you were safe to come upstairs." and another song, like, to hide. so, she communicated -- yeah, it was a lot of work. i had to learn the piano. >> jimmy: you didn't know how to play piano? >> no! >> jimmy: oh, i thought that you did, and that's why i go, "oh, that's perfect." it's just -- >> no. in the movie, they don't dub me, so it's really me. i mean, you understand that because you play the piano. you know it's a lot of work. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: james doesn't really -- play the piano. [ laughter ] i mean, he's here and he sits behind the piano, but -- [ laughter ] look how happy he is. he's having the best time, man. [ laughter ] but you learned how to play because that's, like, tricky songs you're playing. >> yeah. normally, when they -- you know, you have to learn the piano, you're learning like "three blind mice" and "twinkle twinkle little star." >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm playing beethoven and bach and chopin. >> jimmy: gosh. >> so, yeah. >> jimmy: how fun is that? now you know how to play. >> i forgot it all. >> jimmy: you what? [ laughter ] >> yes, i have to go, like, just sit with the piano and, like, spend, like, another month, and then i'll remember it. >> jimmy: yeah, you know,
people say never work with children and animals -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: because of the age old hollywood thing. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but you worked with both? >> i prefer working with children and animals more than people. >> jimmy: really? [ light laughter ] >> yeah, you know, animals are so authentic. you can't plan what to do becuase they're going to do whatever they want. a baby's going to cry, or a a baby's going to laugh. you can't plan it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i mean, i do like working with some actors that are like animals. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i guess they are. they're something like that. >> you don't know what they're going to do. >> jimmy: yeah, well, any animal stories in this one? >> yes, so there's a scene with lily the elephant. i spent a lot of time with all the animals before we started filming. and there's this -- like, this first scene, this elephant first scene. and the first take, she's behind me, and i'm with this puppet, and she was not interested. >> jimmy: you were with a a puppet? >> yeah, like, a -- like, a a fake baby. because it's a little cruel to, you know, grab a newborn elephant and say, "hey, be in our movie." >> jimmy: yes, of course. >> stop it! >> jimmy: okay, great, yeah. i was like, "wait. i missed a scene." [ light laughter ] you got a puppet show? you know, like --
>> listen. >> jimmy: exactly, yeah. >> and so, she wasn't interested in all. so, in the second take, i had spent time with her, so i knew she loved apples. so, i got a bunch of apples, and i gave her some right before action, and then, i hit them all under the puppet and under me and all around me. so, during that take we were fiming, i was like, "this is gold." i was covered in elephant mucus -- [ audience groans ] because her trunk was just, like, in my hair, just trying to find those apples. [ audience groans ] >> jimmy: would you like a a cookie? [ laughter ] i want to show everyone a clip. here's jessica chastain in "the zookeeper's wife." take a look at this. >> you could never tell who your enemies are. or who to trust. maybe that's why i love animals so much. [ sniffs ] you look in their eyes, and you know exactly what's in their hearts.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: man. you're the best. welcome back to "the tonight show" everybody. we're hanging out with jessica chastain. we're about to play a game of charades. jessica and i are a team, but tariq is going to need a a partner and we found a good one from the new movie "smurfs: the lost village," please welcome joe manganiello, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ sorry. how you doing my friend? nice to see you.
you know jessica? now, you all know how to play charades. each player gets a turn giving silent clues to their teammate. 30 seconds on the clock per turn. we'll do four rounds worth one point each. the fifth round is the charade showdown. [ audience ohs ] [ light laughter ] both teams get the same clue at the same time. [ audience ohs ] >> oh, man! >> jimmy: all right joe, why don't you start us off, and we'll have a -- >> i'd love to, jimmy. >> jimmy: that felt weird. [ laughter ] >> all right. >> okay. so just rip this thing off? >> jimmy: yeah. >> is that right? >> jimmy: yeah. yes. >> okay. >> jimmy: yeah, magic. [ laughter ] >> okay. i'm ready. >> jimmy: yeah, you're confident. you're doing it for tariq though. >> right, right, yeah. no, no. that was just the intimidation. >> jimmy: yeah you really are, that's unbelievable. i felt it, man. blue steel. blue steel. >> okay, is there a timer or how does this work? >> jimmy: yeah. there's a timer. >> okay, and -- >> jimmy: go. >> tariq: movie. ah, baby -- drunk -- drinking! over. what?
headache. oh! "the hangover." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was good. >> good. >> wow! >> jimmy: this is going to be tough. this is going to be tough. that was pretty good. >> that was really -- >> jimmy: that was fantastic. >> i'm intimidated. >> jimmy: man oh man. all right, what number, guys? [crowd shouting numbers] all right. all right. >> okay. >> jimmy: everyone yells four for some reason. that was weird. oh, no. [ laughter and applause ] >> damn it. >> okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: ready? >> okay. movie. forward. um, second word. small. the -- and -- be -- a -- do -- >> jimmy: all right. [ laughter ] >> first word. snake. "snakes on a plane" all right! [ cheers and applause ]
♪ all right. >> jimmy: unbelievable. >> i'm sorry. >> jimmy: i know, i know. [ laughter ] >> song. [ laughter ] woman. no. water. [ laughter ] >> okay. >> second word. small. word. [ laughter ] the something? the -- small. the? no. [ light laughter ] the -- two words. second word. >> tariq: yes. >> second word. [ laughter ] small. okay. okay. [ buzzer ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that was the best thing i've ever seen in my life! >> shut up.]e >> i don't even
know what that was. >> tariq: it's "shape of you." >> ah. >> tariq: the song is called "shape of you" so i made the second word, small of, and this is shape. >> jimmy: hey, hey hey. your turn's over, man. >> okay. what number? [crowd shouting numbers] >> jimmy: three. come on, pal. we got this. i'm feeling this, man. >> yes! okay. >> jimmy: oh i love this confidence. >> okay. >> jimmy: i love the confidence. all right here we go. >> okay. >> jimmy: movie. i love movies. >> okay. >> jimmy: two words. second word. >> face. >> jimmy: ooh -- first word. punch. >> face. >> jimmy: cut face. "scarface"! >> yes! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: say hello to my little friend. say hello to my little friend. >> okay, all right. okay. [ crowd yelling numbers ] >> ten? ten. all right. how about ten? [ laughter ] okay.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is a great one. >> you ready? >> tariq: yes. >> okay. >> tariq: song. two words. first word. run. ran. [ laughter ] okay. >> oh. [ laughter ] >> tariq: wave. dance wave. move -- ah, dancing -- "dancing queen." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: this is the final round. this is worth 8,000 points. >> oh, my god! >> jimmy: it will be the winner of the match. tariq, jess, you guys are up. read the same clues at the same time. >> i just. >> jimmy: i know, but people like to see you. >> well, we're going to let the audience choose. [crowd shouting numbers] two? [ laughter ] okay. [ talking over each other ] >> okay. you got to focus.
>> jimmy: i got it. focus. sorry. >> ready? >> yes, song, three words. >> jimmy: three words. hair, curly, crazy. >> crazy. >> i seen her crazy. "crazy love." "crazy love," "crazy in love" [ cheers and applause ] ♪ crazy in love the champs! [ cheers and applause ] our thanks to jessica chastain, joe manganiello. we're talking to joe after the break. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ look closely. hidden in every swing, every chip, and every putt, is data that can make the difference between winning and losing. the microsoft cloud helps the pga tour turn countless points of data into insights that transform their business and will enhance the game for players and fans. the microsoft cloud turns information into insight.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a great actor who you know from the television series "true blood," and the "magic mike" films. he also lends his voice to the new animated movie "smurfs: the lost village," which is in theaters everywhere april 7th. everyone please welcome joe manganiello, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ >> jimmy: joe, you like -- would you like a girl scout cookie? >> i'd love one. thank you. >> jimmy: are these your -- what are your faves? >> i like these. i like thin mints. [ cheers and applause ] thin mints in the freezer. >> jimmy: oh, in the freezer. ah! i wish i knew that. i would have bought thin mints. that's all right. these are pretty good, anyway. >> yeah. these are good. now i'm going to do the entire interview with my mouth full. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. i want to talk about "smurfs," but before we talk about that, the coolest thing ever. you were in a pee-wee herman movie. >> i was. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i mean that is -- that's history. that's history. that's historic. i loved pee-wee herman and so i loved this movie, it was on netflix. it was great. how did that come about? >> i became friends with paul. he did an hbo special at the same time i was on "true blood"
and we both wound up at an emmy party together. someone pointed him out and said, hey it's pee-wee herman. i'm like oh my gosh. you know, ran over to him, told him i was the biggest fan in the world. then i asked him to go see -- tim burton had this art exhibit at the l.a. county museum of art, and he gave tim burton his start. >> jimmy: of course, "pee-wee's big adventure." >> big adventure. so i said you know, have you seen it? he said, no. he said everybody says i should see it. i said, do you want to go with me? [ light laughter ] he said, sure. and he said, here's my number. i said, okay. so we met up, and we hung out and he narrated the entire thing for me, and then afterwards he turns to me, and says, what are you doing? i said, nothing. i don't know. i was going to get something to eat. he was like, do you want to come over to my house? [ light laughter ] like -- "pee-wee's playhouse." >> jimmy: yeah! [ laughter and applause ] did you hop on his bike, or what happened? >> yeah! no. >> jimmy: ha-ha, hee-hee. ha-ha! >> ha-ha! ha-ha! [ laughter ] hmm. chocolaty. >> jimmy: hmm. chocolaty. hmm.
coconutty. >> hmm! [ laughter ] watery. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is so cool, man. i love that you did that. do you do other impressions too? >> yeah. i've been known to from time to time. >> jimmy: who do you go into? who you jabbing? >> does anybody remember the late, great rodney dangerfield? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's my favorite. >> sure. >> jimmy: i love rodney. >> so one time i took my wife to dog show. she won! [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i love rodney. >> i love him. kermit the frog. >> jimmy: kermit the frog? >> yeah, close your eyes. close your eyes. okay. ready? hi, ho. kermit the frog here. >> jimmy: oh! that's unbelievable. [ applause ] anyone else? >> ah -- who else? who else, who else? who else? arnold schwarzenegger. >> jimmy: yeah. >> jimmy look at the traps, and the cannonball belts, the biceps, and the triceps, you have to stop eating these girl scout cookies.
we need to get some protein! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: are you kidding? you should have your own hbo special. >> stop it. >> jimmy: stop it right now. you got the s'mores, you got the, they -- i like the thick mints. >> they're delicious, they're fantastic. >> jimmy: they're fantastic. hey, do you remember this dude? >> hey. i do. >> jimmy: this is one of your -- first head shots there? >> yeah. i was 18 years old. >> jimmy: 18? >> barely legal in that photo. [ laughter ] and i had obviously seen some hugo boss ad with a dude with his hand in his hair. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i said to myself, that's what the cool guys do. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then took a headshot. >> jimmy: yeah, i have a head shot of me when i was 18 years old. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] what a loser! what a loser. these two people would never hang out with each other. [ light laughter ]
>> these two people -- >> jimmy: shut up, man! [ laughter ] i look like i'm from a a different time and space. this guy's a stud. oh, my gosh. >> ah -- >> jimmy: are you happy to be in a children's movie, an animated film? >> i am very happy to be in a a children's movie, because all of my projects for a very long time were only seen by adults, and i do a lot of work at the pittsburgh children's hospital, and i would go there -- yeah. [ cheers and applause ] you know, and i go to the hospital, and i say hi to the kids, and i mean, this is totally not the reason why i do it, you know, but the kids would turn and go, who's he? [ light laughter ] you know. i'd say, well, i'm a werewolf on a tv show. you're not in "twilight." the mom's like, he's on mommy's favorite werewolf show. >> jimmy: mommy's seen "magic mike" 80 times. [ light laughter ] so now you finally go to the hospital. you go hey, is it happy smurf?
>> they still don't know who i am because i'm a cartoon, but they say, hey, you're pee-wee's best friend. >> jimmy: that's true, you've got that. you just have to stay out in the hall and use your voice only. do you recognize me? i want to show everybody a a clip. here's the voice of joe manganiello in "smurfs: the lost village." take a look at this. >> don't let them escape. >> is this safe? >> well it's a giant crossbow so i'm going go with, no. fire in the hole! [ meowing ] ♪ >> incoming bird! >> this might hurt. >> oh! [ screaming ] >> huh?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest just played two sold-out nights at madison square garden along -- [ cheers and applause ] yeah. alongside eric clapton and is out with his "live north america 2016," his second live album, performing "our love," please welcome back gary clark jr.! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ oh yeah ooh ♪ ♪ it's been one of those days
♪ hey hey come on girl let me be your man keep it together babe ♪ ♪ they don't have to understand come on baby yeah yeah ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow! that's beautiful! gary clark jr.! that's a standing ovation right there, baby. catch him on tour right now. check him out. we'll be right back, everybody! gary clark jr. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- dax shepard. host of "kicking and screaming," hannah simone. music from hey violet. featuring the 8g band with charlie benante. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] fantastic to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. the kremlin today dismissed allegations of russia interference in the election, and so did the gremlin. [ laughter ] president trump signed a funding bill today that supports nasa's