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and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 518! upstate! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: usa! usa! usa! usa! >> audience: usa! usa! usa! usa! >> jimmy: oh, my goodness! welcome, everybody, welcome to "the tonight show," baby! we're here! we did it. [ cheers and applause ] you're here, you made it! oh, we're gonna have fun tonight. it's a great show, you guys. i'm so excited. we have the gold medal-winning
the show tonight! [ cheers and applause ] ? [ light laughter ] stick the landing, fallon. stick it. listen to this, though, it was just announced that two-time olympian gabby douglas, who is here -- she's gonna be on the panel of judges at the 2017 miss america competition. [ cheers and applause ] so, good luck impressing her in the talent portion. "yeah, nice baton twirling. can you do a triple back flip with a twist?" [ light laughter ] yeah. seems like people are still talking about this ryan lochte story. yeah, apparently lochte lost all four of his endorsement deals yesterday following his rio robbery scandal. in fact, he's so desperate for money, he's actually considering robbing a gas station. which is just -- [ laughter and applause ] he's considering it. >> steve: that's ironic. >> jimmy: he's considering. didn't say he was. >> steve: he's not really doing it. >> jimmy: not a signed deal, yeah.
all his business deals in just one day. even trump was like, "it took me months to do that." [ laughter ] "this guy is fast. this guy is fast." [ applause ] that's not the only scandal out of the olympics. some intimate photos have surfaced of usain bolt with a a brazilian woman this week, even though he has a girlfriend of two years back in jamaica. [ audience oohs ] his girlfriend is pretty upset. take a look at this photo i saw today. yeah. [ laughter ] good luck. good luck. [ apse [ light laughter ] let's get to some election news. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: this is kind of crazy. i read that a 12-year-old boy is actually running one of trump's campaign offices in colorado. [ laughter ] when asked how an inexperienced child could be running things, the boy said, "look, he's the nominee and we're stuck with him. so we're just gonna have to do what we" -- [ laughter and applause ] now that he is officially the republican nominee, trump has begun receiving classified
of course, this has a lot of people worried, because they're afraid trump might tweet out sensitive information or blurt something out during a speech. some people even think the pentagon may be giving trump fake intelligence briefings to keep that from happening. [ light laughter ] and they may be on to something. because, look, here's a look at an actual report on afghanistan. it says, "u.s. troops shift course to prevent taliban advancement." the one trump received said, "troops provide aladdin with new flying carpet to battle jafar." [ laughter and applause ] see what i'm saying? >> steve: that's good. >>my >> steve: that's different. >> jimmy: the actual report on russia said, "they are deeply involved in suspected espionage." the one trump recived said, "some of the stuff james bond does in 'moonraker' is kind of real." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: kind of real. >> steve: kind of. >> jimmy: it's kind of real. trust me, i've seen classified -- [ light laughter ] and finally, the actual report on north korea said, "kim jong-un threatening nuclear strike amid south korean military drill." the one trump recieved said, "kim jong-un giggles when you
i think that's true though. >> steve: that is true, though. >> jimmy: i did hear somewhere that's true. [ light laughter ] a little celebrity news here. over the weekend, leonardo dicaprio and his girlfriend, model nina agdal, got in a small fender bender in the hamptons. afterward dicarprio said, "my whole life flashed before my eyes. and it was freaking awesome." [ laughter and applause ] "i had a great life. i have a great life." this seems kind of weird, but kfc just unveiled a sunscreen fried chicken. [ laughter ] so if you want to smell like kfc, there's a pretty good chance you already do. let's be honest. [ laughter and applause ] grease gets all over. yeah. you guys, "the bachelor in paradise" was on last night. [ cheers ] oh, man. isn't it fantastic? oh, i love it. so one of the guys was feeling pretty romantic. let's take a look at daniel sharing his feelings with his date. >> when i first saw you,
more attracted to you. when i see your butt, i'm like, "damn, you know what? it's amazing." and i want you to know that. that's how i feel about you, you know? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: save it for your wedding vows, man. [ laughter and applause ] how romantic. but that wasn't the only good idea daniel had. he also gave some good advice to the other guys in the house. listen to this. >> if i could give jared advice, it'd be like, listen, you're great guy, nice guy. if caila doesn't want you, then you should try to be a big dog like me and maybe you could create a little wolf pack and roam free. you know, find, uh, some little puppies to snag and bring in to our den together. [ laughter ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: this guy's starting to make ryan lochte look like albert einstein. [ laughter and applause ] i can't tell if he's talking about meeting women or trying to start a family with that other guy.
of course, another big reality show is coming out, "the new celebrity apprentice" featuring arnold schwarzenegger. i saw that his new tag line is "let's get down to business." [ laughter ] let's get down to business. you know, because trump's already using "hasta la vista" as his immigration slogan. [ laughter ] can't use that. >> steve: you can't. >> jimmy: we have a great show, everybody. give it up for the roots, right there! [ cheers and applause ] ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what a fun show we have tonight! so honored to have everybody here. tonight is a hot show tonight. but first, we have a big week of shows ahead. tomorrow night, we have aaron paul, tig notaro -- >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: music from florida georgia line. >> steve: wow.
brand new app. we're launching an app. >> steve: oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: it's fun, it's silly, it's free -- it is free, right? yeah. [ light laughter ] tune in tomorrow to find out about it. but we've been working on it, it's totally dumb and it's really fun. later this week, we have -- barbara streisand will be here. [ cheers and applause ] alec baldwin -- alec baldwin, jessica alba will be stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] it's gonna be a good week. [ cheers and applause ] but first, we love this woman. she is one of the all-time greats in country music. dolly parton is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve oh! >> jimmy: "pure & simple" is the new record. we're gonna catch up with dolly and then later in the show she's going to perform a song off her new album "pure & simple." dolly parton in the house, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] plus, he's the creator and star of the new fx series, "atlanta." donald glover is joining us! >> steve: yeah!
>> jimmy: a talented guy. >> steve: talented guy. >> jimmy: good rapper. good actor. and i'm very excited about this. fresh off their history-making performances at the summer olympics in rio, we have the five members of the gold medal-winning united states women's gymnastics team on the show! [ cheers and applause ] they are fantastic. i love those guys. just awesome. we always do something different here on "the tonight show," so we're gonna play a maybe our biggest game ever. [ cheers ] did you see rehearsal at all? yeah. tariq, you're gonna play it with us? >> tariq: yeah, man. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's going to be fun. i don't want to tell you what it is, but it's -- [ light laughter ] it's another level, yeah, yeah, yeah. guys, it's time to take a look at the stories making headlines today, and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ? pros and cons and pros and cons
>> jimmy: tonight, we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of returning home with a a gold medal. [ light laughter ] are their cons? the olympics are over. you'd think having a gold medal would be a good thing, but apparently there's some downsides. >> steve: wow. [ light laughter ] hopefully you'll tell us. >> jimmy: let's take a look at the pros and cons of returning home with a gold medal. here we go. pro -- team usa won 46 gold medals, while team brazil won 7. [ cheers and applause ] co or as america put it, "k, thanks, bye!" [ laughter ] okay. thanks, bye. >> steve: bye. >> jimmy okay, thanks, bye. pro -- seeing the final five on the cover the special k cereal! [ cheers and applause ] con -- seeing ryan lochte on the cover the fibber one. [ laughter and applause ] i love that cereal. >> steve: love that cereal. >> jimmy: that's a good cereal. part of the --
michael phelps now has won 23 gold medals. [ cheers ] con -- he melted them into one giant medal that he wears like an olympic flavor flav. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: boy! >> jimmy: pro -- usain bolt's home town threw him a victory parade. con -- his float finished 11 seconds before all the other floats. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: he can't help it. >> jimmy: he can't help it. getting back to doing normal everyday things, like going to the barber. con -- or as ryan lochte put it, "a guy put a knife to my head and said he was gonna cut me." [ laughter and applause ] that's what he does. he's overex -- pro-- [ light laughter ] katie ledecky having a gold medal around her neck and looking like a hero. [ cheers and applause ] con -- michael phelps having 23 and looking like a white mr. t. [ laughter and applause ] "i pity the pool!"
? >> jimmy: i beat you on that. all right. yeah. >> steve: pity the pool. >> jimmy: thank you. and, finally, pro -- representing your nation. con -- representing urination. there you go, everybody. that's it right there. that's the "pros and cons." we're playing a brand new game with the final five, u.s. women's gymnastics team when we come back! it's going to be great! [ cheers and applause ] ? as you can see, i build the jet engines, and programmers teach them to talk. so yeah, ge is digital and industrial. so it's indigital. digidustrial. indigenous. shhhh... let's go with digital industrial. for now. digidustrial. yeah.
? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to "the tonight show," everybody! we've all been watching the weeks, and tonight, we have a a new sport to introduce to the world. it is called hungry, hungry humans. [ laughter ] it is a giant version of the board game hungry, hungry hippos. now, there are two people to each team. tariq will be one team. joining tariq's team his new show "atlanta" premiers september 6th on fx, give it up for donald glover! [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: we need just five more players! and i know just who will fit the bill. please welcome the gold medal winning u.s. women's gymnastics team, the final five! simone biles, aly raisman, laurie hernandez, gabby douglas, and madison kocian! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: thank you for doing >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you for doing this. look at that. come on, standing ovation. they love you. we love you! you guys are the coolest. [ chanting usa ] usa! usa! usa! usa! usa! give us a beat! ? all right. higgins --
explain how the game works. >> steve: i would love to, jim. >> jimmy: thank you. >> steve: it works the same way as the board game. you try to grab the most balls with your bucket and sweep them into your goal. the team with the most balls at the end of the game wins. the teams are tariq and donald, jimmy and simone, gabby and madison, and aly and laurie. [ cheers and applause ] players take your positions. okay, everybody gead we are going to put 30 seconds on the clock. >> wait, wait, wait. >> steve: stay back. >> jimmy: are you guys not ready? >> steve: ready? >> wait, wait, wait. okay. watch his bucket -- >> steve: 30 seconds, three -- >> don't pull her pants off. >> steve: two, one, eat! ? [ laughter ]
more balls! ? come on. three, two, one! [ buzzer ] oh! grab your thingy. switch places, everybody! >> jimmy: we did well. we did well. [ talking over each other ] >> steve: can you reach it? there you go. good job. my goodness. oh, you're -- >> wait, jimmy! then we did this. >> steve: it's not done. >> wait, wait, yeah. we have, like, two. >> oh, my gosh you're beating us. >> steve: ready? get in position. [ talking over each other ] 30 seconds on the clock. three, two, one!
more balls! hey! ? three, two, one! [ buzzer ] oh! okay. everybody off your sliders. [ cheers and applause ] off your sliders. that's the end of the game. get off your slider jim. he's in the mode. he's in the winning mode. >> we did good. >> jimmy: that felt good. that felt good. >> steve: that felt good. >> steve: oh! all right. judges, may i have the results? [ shouts ] >> jimmy: good, we have the judges. what's the final verdict? >> steve: all right. in fourth place --
>> steve: with 20 balls the yellow team, tariq and donald. [ sad tuba ] [ cheers and applause ] in third place, number three, with 24 balls, jimmy, simone. [ sad tuba ] [ cheers and applause ] all right. number one team with the score of 30, it's very close, 30 to 29 -- is the blue team. >> oh, we won! ? yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, come on. we let her win. we totally let you guys win. we talked before the show. so, yeah. >> yeah, right. >> jimmy: congratulations. >> okay. >> thank you. thank you. i see how it is.
that's good. we bronzed out. we figured we bronzed out. that's the way we did it. >> steve: yeah that's how we do it. that's how we roll. >> jimmy: that's the way we do it. we threw it. my thanks to donald glover, simone biles, aly raisman, laurie hernandez, gabby douglas, and madison kocian. dolly parton joins us after the break. stick around, everybody!
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sounded great guys. our first guest is a seven-time grammy award winner and bona fide country music legend who has sold over 100 million albums. this is her latest, i know, 100 million albums. [ cheers and applause ] 100 million albums! oh, my god. [ cheers and applause ] this new album is called "pure and simple."
only, dolly parton ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] ? ? >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. >> well, thank you. >> jimmy: stunning and perfect. >> i dressed up for you. >> jimmy: ah, you did. you're the best. thank you so much. >> well, thanks for having me. >> jimmy: welcome back. you always have new things coming up. >> oh, we do. i'm always hawking my good -- >> jimmy: but it's good. but i want to ask you some real questions here that, i have a a lot of questions. one is, you're dolly parton. you know that. [ laughter ] >> i was. >> jimmy: what does dolly parton do when you're not on a giant sold out north
crazy, and selling out things. you're just hanging out? do you have a squad? >> well, actually, a squad? >> jimmy: like taylor swift has a squad. >> no. i have bunch of friends and family. like some of my best friends are my sisters. i do have a good group of people that help me when i'm working, but when i'm home, i usually just hang out with my friend judy ogle and my sisters that are good friends, and, you know, i have a group of people. >> jimmy: what do you do? do you sit and play board games? >> ah, yeah, we do whatever. you know, we just talk and cook mostly. >> jimmy: you do cook? i love that. and i spend time with my husband too, we have an rv. we like to travel. >> jimmy: you have an rv? >> you were talking about doing that, ain't ya? >> jimmy: i'm dying. yes, i'd really love to do an rv trip. >> yeah, we've always had an rv. >> jimmy: oh, i have questions about this. wait, i'm really intrigued. [ laughter ] >> i know everything about it. >> jimmy: so you get the rv, do you have to call ahead to where you're going? >> well the thing is with us, we usually like to just ride around, >> jimmy: you're dolly parton, yeah, you go, hello. can i park here? >> we just park, go to bed in the camper. we don't sleep that much.
>> jimmy: hey why, why, why -- >> that's why we've lasted 50 years. >> jimmy: are you married 50 years? >> 50 years we've been married. [ cheers and applause ] i find an interesting tidbit, we got married -- again, we renewed our vows, and we got married in a little town called ringgold, georgia, which is just about three hours outside of nashville, out of tennessee. so, we got married again. we took the rv, and we went down and spent the night, we just got fast food and ate on our camper and spent house. >> jimmy: that's romantic. isn't that romantic? >> well, it was to us. >> jimmy: no, i think it's great. >> yeah. >> jimmy: rv or what's the other thing? airstream. >> i've never had the airstream. i love the way those look, though. but we like to drive in ours, because we got the little bathroom, it's kinda hard for me to stop in a service station to pee. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you're in the stall, and there's a paper up under -- can you just sign this for me? >> jimmy: yeah, you're like -- who do i make it out to, who do i make it out too mr. lochte? yeah absolutely. [ laughter ]
your brain, do you ever stop writing and working? do you wake up in the middle of the night, i think of ideas, and i just go my wife she's used to it, but i just record it on my phone -- uh hungry, hungry humans. [ laughter ] or some idea in the middle of the night, i go this could be a a song. and you just hum a song? >> i know, and then you wake up and it's a stupid idea. >> jimmy: it's awful. and then you do it with gold medalists and you make it on the "tonight show." >> i usually keep a notepad and a tape recorder by the bed because i do wake up. that if i don't write it down, i will forget it. >> jimmy: you do? >> yeah, cause i'll think i'll remember that i had a great dream, and i forget what it was. >> jimmy: well, you wrote all the songs on "pure and simple"? >> i did. and these are all love songs. i call it "love of many colors." since i was married 50 years i thought it would be a good year to write love songs. so they are all different colored, about everything. every kind of love. >> jimmy: my favorite is the title track. i like "pure and simple." >> oh, thank you, yeah it's "pure and simple." >> jimmy: it is yeah. >> that's the name of our tour,
us on stage. and so i thought -- >> jimmy: have you ever done that? >> no, not since the early days. early, early, early days, back when i was traveling in my covered wagon instead of a tour bus. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i do say there's this version, but then bthere's a a wal-mart version that has this and, like, a almost like greatest hits -- >> it is. it's called dolly's greatest hits. >> jimmy: it's a double album. >> yes, and so it's, then there's a cracker barrel version. see, you write these -- >> jimmy: but it's not that simple at all. it's pure, but it's not simple. >> right? >> jimmy: so it should just be called dolly's pure. yeah pure dolly. >> their looking for money. that's what i always say. it costs a lot to look this cheap. and i need wal-mart's money, so they've got that one, and i need cracker barrel's money, and i need so. anyway, we do have three versions, we got the wal-mart version, which is the hits album, but on the cracker barrel, we have two live tracks from the glastonbury festival. we have "jolene" and "nine to five," on that one. >> jimmy: hey by the way "jolene", i don't remember that
up, but i knew "nine to five," "islands in the stream", ah, you know, big dolly fan, but then "coat of many colors," and then "jolene," i think when i was in college everyone just started playing it at bars, and i was, like, what is jolene? everyone danced. and i checked on spotify today, it's the most searched for song that you have. >> and it's the most recorded song i've ever written. it's mostly because it's a good garage band song. every band can play it easy. and it's singable, easy to learn. not a lot of involved words in the verses, but ch >> jimmy: as opposed to "coat of many colors", which by the way i didn't get a chance to congratulate you on the big nbc hit, the movie "coat of many colors." congratulations on that. [ cheers and applause ] >> it did great. thank you. >> jimmy: and i loved it. >> good. >> jimmy: and they just announced november 30th that you're doing "christmas coat of many colors." >> yes, it's called "a christmas of many colors, circle of love", and it's really powerful little story, all true stories from my childhood, and so we're excited
part in the movie, because when i was little, i patterned my look after the town trollup, in our town, but i guess that's what you call em'. >> jimmy: me too. did you really? >> yes. and i thought she was the most beautiful thing. she had all this makeup, and hair, and all these tight cloths, and everything i wanted, so it impressed me. so i thought well why not, play the painted lady. that i patterned my look after. so i did her in the movie. yeah so -- >> jimmy: i love that. did that. >> well, she didn't, i didn't i never called her name. i never really got to know her really, because i don't think her family probably knew she was a hoe. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that track is not on any of the albums. [ laughter ] that track isn't on the cracker barrel or the wal-mart version, but that's the one you want to hear. if you get a chance to her dolly sing that, that's a good one. her family never knew she was a
>> but the only hoes we knew back then, were the hoes we use to chop tobacco. >> jimmy: yeah, of course, yeah. >> so anyway, that's what they would have called her. she was precious. she meant a lot to me. >> jimmy: well i can't wait to see your cameo, and i can't wait to hear you sing tonight. you're going to sing the title track? >> i'm going to sing "pure and simple." also can i just mention, there's a children's book "coat of many colors", coming out october 18th, while were talking about "coat of many colors." and all the money goes to the dollywood foundation imagination library. my literacy program. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's another reason we love you, love you so much. dolly parton, her new cd "pure and simple" is available now. she's going to perform for us later in the show. we'll be right back with donald glover! stick around. dolly! [ cheers and applause ] ? with my moderate to severe ulcerative colitis,
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the most buzzed about shows of the fall. it's called "atlanta," and it premiers september 6th at 10:00 p.m. on fx. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome donald glover! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: that's what i'm donald welcome back. thank you for coming on. >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: thanks for being here. thank you for playing hungry, hungry humans. i appreciate that. >> no, man. we got beat. >> jimmy: yeah, you got beat. >> like, bad, like, it was so weird because at the end, i looked at the balls. i was like, we did pretty good, and then, like, we got 20. you like, doubled our score. i was like, wow, we really got beat. >> jimmy: you can't really practice that game. i know you're a busy, busy guy. i want to get to some stuff, but i was talking to you
your time off? you do any chilling out? and you went hiking you said, in the mountains? >> yeah. i went hiking for, like, a a week. >> jimmy: i didn't know -- are you a hiker? >> no. [ laughter ] no, like, this was the first time ever. >> jimmy: really? >> like, yeah, it was cool. >> jimmy: where was it? >> like in the santa monica mountains. like i was there, like i guess -- it was really cool, go up a a lot, we did, like, nine -- took 15 miles a day, like, depending on how -- >> jimmy: hiking for 15 miles a a day? >> yeah, it was a lot. >> jimmy: no, no thank y i'm living in the rv, me and dolly be waving at you, like, looking good, donald. >> hi, guys, please help. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: was it dangerous at all? >> well, it wasn't -- it didn't -- i mean they tell you to watch for rattlesnakes and i didn't see any, you know -- >> jimmy: i have a feeling, what do you mean? you didn't run into any animals? >> i got bit by a dog. >> jimmy: okay this is not -- that doesn't count. >> i got bit by a dog right on
>> jimmy: a dog on the hiking trail? >> yeah, there was a dog, i mean it wasn't like a wild dog, it was like a woman and she was riding her bike, the trails are not wide, like, you know, they are just for walking, and there was a woman and she was on a a bike, and she had like a pit bull, like, kind of like, and i feel bad, because everybody, like, pit bull -- but it was -- he seemed sweet, but -- >> jimmy: well his is. he's from florida, 301. >> he was actually pitbull. >> jimmy: the singer pitbull. he was running behind her. >> he was in a suit. >> and he and bit my butt. >> jimmy: he does that. gets a bad reputation. >> don't talk about flo rida again. he's like really mad. i was like, i didn't. >> jimmy: but it was a dog. a real pit bull attacked you. >> like he bit me. like, i think he was just startled because i came around a bend, and then, like, we ran into each other. and like she was fine, like, oh, okay, but he, like, just circled and bit my butt. yeah. >> jimmy: was it scary? were you frightened?
i actually usually am, like, a a little like afraid of dogs because i just can't tell what they are thinking. and this one, like, i just didn't engage, like, i just like, you know, i was, like, not today, dog. like, i'm going to keep walking. >> jimmy: was she like, cujo, get away! >> she was, like, barry! >> jimmy: barry? >> like a 40-year-old oil -- >> jimmy: the dog's name is barry? >> the dog's name was barry. i just remember wa like, and i kept looking around, like, where is this white guy? >> jimmy: where's barry? >> oh, the dog's name is barry. >> jimmy: good secret. yeah, absolutely, yeah. >> jimmy: you're doing a thing as an artist, when you rap, you rap under childish gambino. [ cheers and applause ] we had you on the show. thank you for doing that. we love you. you know we are fans. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you did this cool thing, you're releasing a new
the joshua tree camping event? >> yeah. >> jimmy: explain this to me 'cause it's a bizarre cool thing. >> i just wanted to do something different, like, for the -- i have all these songs and i was like, you know i want people to feel like it felt to like be in them. oh, i should just invite everybody camping, and everybody was, like, yeah, you should. and i was like oh, cool. so i was, like, let me just -- i feel like joshua tree is like a very spiritual place. so, let's invite people -- downloaded an app, no one knew what it was, download the app, and -- >> people, like, were weird -- people sent like -- e-mailed me, i'm not joining your cult, like, i was, like, what? no. this is simply camping. like, just chilling out. but it really is, just, like, a a way for people to hear the album, but also experience, like, the world that it's in. i really -- it's, like, just kind of a world kind of thing. it should be really fun. >> jimmy: september 2th through the 4th?
you just gonna do perform? >> i'll just be around. it will be like a city. i'm gonna be performing it. we'll have like this big place to perform it, like, i've built all these like kinda city stuff. like it should be really cool. like a whole town. >> jimmy: how different and cool is that? that's amazing. >> yeah, i'm real excited. >> jimmy: congratulations. >> you guys should all come, really. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and then i have to talk about "atlanta." this is fantastic, by the way. i only saw the first two episodes, but that's what they give me for a preview. i you created this show. it's drama, but it's kind of funny, but good songs in it. i don't know how to describe it. are you from atlanta? >> yeah, i grew up there. >> jimmy: is this about your -- is this autobiographical? >> no, i think a lot of people think it is. but, it really isn't. like, i just wanted to tell like weird stories there. it was really the thesis was like, oh, like, i want to make
[ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, okay, okay, i get that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it is trippy but it's great, the music is good. and the actors are great. i haven't heard of them. >> there all like so many atlanta just people. like they're all -- everybody in atlanta is a lot like new york where like people you meet people and they give you their philosophy. you meet like a taxi driver, he's like oh, where to? and then, like, the moon. like, okay. here we go. like, the moon. you're excited for what he's gonna say. atlanta's like that too. everyone has a really specific philosophy, so a lot of the actors were from atlanta that we just like let do their thing. and it was great. >> jimmy: so much fun in atlanta. do you have a favorite spot in atlanta? place to eat? >> place to eat? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i went to this place and i think it's called empire state salad. south empire city. i'm messing it up. >> jimmy: empire state building? that's in new york.
[ talking over each other ] >> yeah, yeah. there's another place. what's it called? the statue of liberty? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. this is not atlanta. i think you were hanging around new york city. >> i don't think so. >> jimmy: no, you're right. >> i think it's called empire south kitchen? that i go a lot. >> jimmy: all right. empire south kitchen. what do you get? anything i can order from the menu? >> they have these, like, jars with, like, kind of like pimentos for dipping things like you can get a bunch of stuff, like very southern th chocolate pig ears. which is, like -- it sounds weird -- >> jimmy: what did you say? pig ears. >> pig ears. >> jimmy: oh, no thanks. [ laughter ] >> are you writing that down? >> jimmy: i'll do the pimentos. >> you're like writing down like don't go here. >> jimmy: don't get pickled no pig ears. really? pig ears? >> it's a very southern thing. >> jimmy: what does it taste like? pork i'm assuming. pickled pork. >> i don't really eat meat like that anymore. but, like it's really just like --
>> like you know what i'm alone. it's labor day weekend. i get three days, let me just break out the old jar of pig ears. >> jimmy: i'm going fx and chill. yeah. i want to show everyone a clip of donald glover in his new fx series "atlanta," take a look at this. >> i don't want a handout. i want to manage you. >> manage? you know what the word manage come from? >> manus, latin for hand. >> probably, but i'm saying no for the purpose of my argument. manage, comes from the word man. >> my lane. >> i mean malcolm. you too martin. know what they did to him? they killed him. >> didn't they kill malcolm too? >> no, they say that. but ain't nobody seen the body since the funeral. >> that's how funerals work. alfred, you're already malcolm. okay, you have that already. what you really need a silent wild card. somebody who is about the money. the opportunity. who can play both sides if needed. >> oh, like don lemon. >> fair point. let me rephrase what i'm trying to say. >> oh, wait, it's 4:30.
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>> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- bob costas -- candy making with dylan lauren -- featuring the 8g band with jon wurster. ? ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. ? [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening! i'm seth meyers! this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? everybody well? [ cheers and applause ] oh, wonderful. it's just wonderful to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. donald trump yesterday continued his attempt to appeal to black voters, telling attendees at a rally, "what the hell do you have to lose? give me a chance." [ laughter ]
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