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and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: oy, oy, oy! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hello! thank you! oh, how fun! oh, come on! ? [ cheers and applause ] i feel the love! i feel the magic tonight. it's going to happen tonight. hot show! welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. you all made it. you're all here. [ cheers and applause ] oh, i'm excited.
tuning in just before they go to sleep, and everyone who's just waking up from the vice presidential debate. [ laughter and applause ] it was the only debate between tim kaine and mike pence, but many viewers were left disappointed after 90 minutes of debating. we still don't know where either candidate stands on rosie o'donnell and that's unfortunate. listen to this. [ laughter and applause ] even though tim kaine or mike pence could be our next vice president, a new poll finds that 40% of americans don't know who thee. [ laughter ] how's that possible? [ cheers ] so, we sent one of our writers, becky, to the street with a a photo line-up that included tim kaine and mike pence and a a bunch of random tv actors to see if anyone could pick them out, so please enjoy our newest segment, "vp or tv." [ cheers and applause ] ? vp or tv yeah ? >> hi, jimmy. i'm down here on the streets of new york to see if anyone can recognize the vice presidential candidates.
>> that one. [ buzzes ] >> oh, good guess, but that's actually reed birney, who plays donald blythe on "house of cards." [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> can you identify tim kaine? [ buzzes ] oh, that's kurt fuller, who plays judge peter dunaway on "the good wife." [ laughter ] >> uh, this one. [ buzzes ] >> that's actually bob gunton, who plays william collins on "royal pains." >> how about this guy? [ buzzes ] >> that's actuallyy [ laughter ] >> yeah. hi, david. >> how are you? >> great. how are you? >> good. >> i feel like i had an awkward handshake with that guy. [ buzzes ] >> can you identify this man? >> yeah, he's the announcer on "the tonight show." [ dings ] i don't know his name, though. [ buzzes ] [ cheers ] >> can you identify mike pence? [ dings ] >> yes. yay! and can you identify tim kaine? [ dings ] yes. and can you identify my father? >> oh.
[ cheers and applause ] >> how old are you? >> 13. >> can you identify vice presidential candidates tim kaine and mike pence? >> um, tim and mike. [ dinging ] [ cheers and applause ] >> you're the best. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: whoa, that's what i'm talking about right there. thank you, pal! hopefully tonight's debate made them a bit more recognizable. i also saw that a writer for politico is saying this is the week that will decide the election. americans are furious. they're like, "you mean i paid attention for the last 65 weeks for nothing?" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] "this is the w" that writer is also claiming the next ten days will be donald trump's final shot at repairing his candidacy, you know, not counting his last two dozen final shots. [ laughter and applause ] "this time, we mean it." did you see these former cast members from "the apprentice" are now saying that trump would often ask contestants to wear dresses that were short and showed more cleavage. and gary busey was like, "i did it and still lost." [ laughter and applause ] "i still didn't win!"
made up of both hillary and trump supporters are put in a a house together to talk about politics. [ laughter ] and the show is called, "um, no thanks." [ laughter and applause ] the other big story is wikileaks founder julian assange, who promised to released significant material on oil companies and politicians. yeah. people were ling, "let me guess. they're all corrupt?" and he was like, "damn it! yeah." [ laughter and applause ] a little celebrity news here. the first excerpt from lil wayne's prisonem "gone 'til november," reveals -- [ laughter ] the first excerpt. >> steve: yeah. just the first. >> jimmy: the first excerpt came out and reveals that he was nervous as hell to rap for his fellow inmates. [ laughter ] meanwhile, a wells fargo banker imprisoned for fraud said, "same here. that was unnerving." [ laughter and applause ] ? my name is karl and my wife can send me as many cigarettes as you want ? ? and finally, a new study finds that making small talk with strangers can make you feel
"want to bet?" yeah. [ laughter and applause ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ? ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yes! i'm so excited! that is multiple grammy award-winning singer, songwriter, and actress, olivia newton-john! [ cheers and applause ] ? she sounds fantastic. her new album, "liv on", is available for pre-order now,
flamingo, las vegas through december. thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i am -- oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] olivia newton-john is here! >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: how cool is that? [ cheers and applause ] you can't beat that. what's my jam? you have so many good jams. i don't know how many songs. i love all of your songs. obviously, "physical," of course. everyone knows. ? let's get physical physical i want to get physical let's get physical ? ? you have to believe we are magic ? and then you've got, "you're the one that i want," all the "grease" stuff, obviously. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] "summer nights." >> "xanadu!" >> jimmy: "xanadu!" my man. [ cheers and applause ] that's my man. ? xanadu xanadu ? i love -- this is -- i think my
i love all of these. i know every word to every, but "make a move on me" is one of my jams. i love that one. >> really? >> jimmy:? yeah, that one, i thought, because it's so fun and poppy -- it goes -- this one goes -- ? i'm the one you want all i want to be so come on baby make a move on me ? ? got nowhere to go all my time is free so come on baby make a move on me tonight ? >> jimmy: oh, i love it so much. [ cheers and applause ] that was beautiful. i can't believe we're singing it. should remake that song and make it really slow, so it would be like -- ? i'm the one you want all i want to be so come on baby make a move on me ? ? something like that, right? it could be beautiful. [ cheers and applause ] maybe i'll do that. here it is, right there, "liv on", olivia newton-john.
i am so happy. we love you. fantastic. we have a big week of shows ahead. tomorrow night, ashton kutcher will be here. norah jones will be here. [ cheers and applause ] then, later this week, ben affleck, sarah paulson, and tyler perry will be joining us. [ cheers and applause ] plus, performances from green day and van morrison! [ cheers and applause ] what a week! but first, we have a fun show tonight, from the broadway play, "the front page," the very talented john goodman is >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] yes! >> jimmy: how do you not love john goodman? >> steve: he's the best. >> jimmy: also joining us tonight, he created the most important piece of theater in a a generation, and this saturday, he is hosting "saturday night live" for the first time, the one, the only, lin-manuel miranda -- >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: is stopping by. a lot of love -- >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: a lot of in this building. last time he was here, lin did a "wheel of freestyle" with
three words, he's never seen before, didn't rehearse it, and it was unbelievable. i have a feeling that maybe volume two that could happen tonight. [ cheers ] just saying. you might want to stick around. and we have great, great, great music. oh, i'm so psyched to hear it. empire of the sun is here! big show, big show. guys, it is time to take a look at the stories making headlines today and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. ? pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ? >> jimmy: tonight, we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of disney buying twitter. >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: yeah. there has been rumors that disney might be interested in buying the social media app. it would be a big move. let's take a look at the pros and cons of disney buying twitter. here we go. pro, the deal could be worth $16.7 billion. con, or roughly the price of four all-day passes to disney world. [ laughter ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: yeah. that's not a good -- they have a good deal for next summer. >> steve: yeah, they made out on that one. >> jimmy: pro, you still get
dalmatians. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: really? >> jimmy: that's interesting. yeah. >> steve: wow, 39 characters. >> jimmy: pro, mickey mouse following you on twitter. con, then sending you a bunch of unwanted "mick picks." ew. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: that is the worst. that is the worst. >> jimmy: be careful, be careful. pro, disney has also purchased marvel, espn, "the muppets," abc, and "star wars." con, they did it all while drunk at 3:00 a.m. on amazon. [ laughter and applause ] we've all been there. things show up in the mail. that one." pro, new hashtags trending like "i love mickey" and "i love mini." con, "you know tinkerbell a a skank." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: that's not good. >> jimmy: that's not. >> steve: that's not cool. >> jimmy: pro, seeing pinocchio like one of your tweets. con, then seeing his nose grow six inches. >> steve: oh, come on. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like, he was lying. >> steve: he could be lying about liking your tweets? >> jimmy: yeah, he is lying.
>> steve: yeah, that's his tell. if he lies, his nose grows. >> jimmy: that's why he doesn't play poker. [ laughter ] pro, twitter stock soared when it was reported that disney might buy it. con, so, imaginary money went up because a website full of imaginary users might get bought by a company that sells imagination. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: "mind blown!" >> jimmy: "mind blown!" and finally, pro, simba is getting his own twitter handle. con -- ? [ cheers and applause ] that is our "pros and cons." we will be right back with john goodman! [ cheers and applause ] ?
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that is awesome. oh, olivia newton-john. come on, i'm freaking out. that's just so awesome. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest is an emmy and golden globe award-winning actor who's currently starring on broadway in "the front page" at the broadhurst theatre. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome john goodman! ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, john goodman! >> look it -- >> jimmy: i know. >> it's my favorite living australian. she's right there. >> jimmy: everyone has the biggest crush on olivia newton-john. i had to stop. everybody's like, "can you have her sign this?" yeah, exactly. she's the coolest. [ light laughter ] pal, thank you for being here. thank you for coming back to the show. >> oh, thanks for having me, jimmy. >> jimmy: we love you so much. i want to talk about the play. want to talk about everything, but you used to live in new york for a while.
>> jimmy: before that, you were in -- missouri? >> springfield, missouri. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: i have a photo of a a young john goodman in missouri. [ applause ] what was the -- i like this dude. what was he into? >> that poor little guy, right after that picture, went home and got into his brother's "playboys." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: what was he -- did he -- >> he wanted to be a radio announcer. >> jimmy: he did want to be -- like a >> jimmy: like a -- what was your name? would you be -- johnny -- >> i wanted to be johnny b goode. >> jimmy: johnny b. goode. >> but some guy already took it. [ light laughter ] he worked for the fm station, so he's -- [ low voice ] "we're going to have alice's restaurant, the whole record coming up, so start your reel to reel." [ laughter ] but i was going to be more like this. we're coming up on 10:00 and and we're going to be at crestwood plaza next week. [ laughter ] giving out helium. >> jimmy: we're going to be
come down. >> three minutes before 10:00. we got the ronnettes taking you to news time. >> jimmy: we got herman's hermits right here. we're giving away some tickets right now. >> they're going to be at heel auditorium next week. >> jimmy: my djs growing up, we had "the bulge" and "the wolf." >> "the bulge?" they had "the"s in front of their name? >> jimmy: yeah, i think his name was mark bulger and they called him -- >> the bulge. >> jimmy: the bulge, yeah. >> any relation to -- >> jimmy: "agh, it's the bulge!" and you hear like explosions -- look at that dude. yeah, he grew up to be -- he came up to be one of the best actors. [ cheers and applause ] i need this job. [ laughter ] >? oh god i need -- ? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what was it like to be -- were you an actor at this age? did you start acting young? or did you -- >> i started acting in 8th grade. >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah, we -- i was in a drama class, and we had a a professional actress for a a teacher, and we did a spring
with you," and i was grandpa. [ light laughter ] and the night of the play, i started a speech at the dinner table, talking to my family, and i forgot everything i was going to say, so i stood up and started walking around the table and just making things up. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. and i sat back down again and one of the class bullies was in the play. he was going to pound me, but the teacher was really hot. she gave me a real big hug and a kiss. and she dug it, yeah. >> jimmy: she said good for you, man. >> so never learn your lines. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. don't learn your lines. but this is -- this is exciting, because the play that you're in right now -- so you're doing "the front page," and one of the first plays that you ever did in new york city was with nathan lane. >> yeah, i think it was the first play i did in the city when i was -- when i got my union card with nathan lane and my friend, dan florek. who was on "law and order: svu" and "law and order" for years.
out then. >> jimmy: what was the play? do you remember? >> "midsummer night's dream." >> jimmy: shakespeare? >> the disco version. [ laughter ] it was the '70s. >> jimmy: wow. >> and yeah, our director had a a vision. >> jimmy: wow. [ laughter ] did that work? >> no, but it was fun. [ laughter ] we had a -- we're not getting paid anyway and there was a a newspaper strike when we opened, so we didn't get any reviews except for a german language paper called aufbau. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: and did they enjoy >> jimmy: i want to see that. a disco version of a "midsummer night's dream." >> it was the '70s, going into the '80s. >> jimmy: i cannot wait to see you in this play. what is "the front page" about if someone doesn't know? it's been around for a long time. they -- "his girl friday." >> 1928 is when it opened. it was written by charles macarthur/ben hecht. it moves like a freight train, man. it just goes. yeah, and it's -- >> jimmy: and it's funny. >> it's funny. >> jimmy: it's good stuff. >> it's really good.
>> john slattery, nathan lane. >> jimmy: nathan lane. >> we got 25 people on stage, and there's not a loser in the bunch. >> jimmy: wow. and are you in previews right now? >> yeah. previews. we open the 20th of october. >> jimmy: october 20th, you guys. >> rocktober. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: everybody get your tickets, go see "the front page." there's rocktober here at the broadhurst. and i want to say congratulations on the play. >> thank you very much, jimmy. >> jimmy: absolutely. no problem. you're going to shoot straight to number one, i know that. >> number one with a bullet. >> jimmy: with a bullet, exactly. congratulations on the play. i know you have to get back to the theater to do your show and we want to make sure you get there safely. >> outstanding. >> jimmy: so we have a "tonight show" pedicab driven by our own hashtag the panda to take you to broadway tonight. hashtag, you want to come out? [ cheers and applause ] ? you've done everything at this point. hey, get on -- get on the bike.
? hashtag, be careful. hashtag, be careful. go on, get out of here. ? [ cheers and applause ] ? bye, john, bye! have fun. bye, john! john goodman! [ cheers and applause ] ? john, john, hey, he's still there. break a leg! break a leg! john goodman, everyone! [ cheers and applause ] ? the great john goodman. go see him in "the front page" at the broadhurst theatre right here in new york city. we'll be right back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ? i absolutely love my new york apartment,
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] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by the creator of the musicals "in the heights" and "hamilton." in the last two years -- [ cheers and applause ] i know. what can i say about the guy? he's won multiple tony, emmy, and grammy awards and was also the recipient of a macarthur genius fellowship and a a pulitzer prize. this saturday he is hosting "saturday night live," with please welcome the coolest genius on the planet, lin-manuel miranda! [ cheers and applause ] ?
>> jimmy: they love you. we love you. so good to see you, buddy. >> hi, jimothy. >> jimmy: thank you so much for coming to visit us. you're hosting "saturday night live." >> i know. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: are you geeking out? >> i'm freaking out. i'm like you. i taped every episode as a kid. like, my favorite episode was when fred savage hosted. >> jimmy: wow. >> because he was my age and i was like, "oh my god, they let a kid host 'saturday night live.'" >> jimmy: itou >> it could happen to me one day. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> technotronnic was the musical guest. >> jimmy: is that right? >> pump up the jam, pump it up. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: pump it. that's right. i remember that now. fred savage hosted. >> he was a little church lady. >> jimmy: that's right. he was the little church lady. [ light laughter ] oh, i loved that so much. yeah. >> i couldn't even be mad. i was jealous but i was like, "he's so good." >> jimmy: yeah, he hit a home run on that one. i mean -- did you see last week's episode of "saturday night live?" >> unbelievable. >> jimmy: you -- they did an impression of you.
>> so they -- i was at the premier of the "hamilton" documentary at the new york film festival and lindsey, who works on the show, e-mailed us and said, "there's an impression of you tonight." i looked at my phone, i looked up at my wife and said, "we have to go home." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you gotta see it. >> we have to run home. and we ran home to go watch. >> jimmy: "family feud," like celebrity "family feud" episode and cecily strong played you. [ laughter ] >> i know. the greatest. >> j: look at this. cecily strong, "saturday night live." >> next we got "hamilton" creator and the number one rapper on pbs, lin- mawen-mem -- lin-manuel miranda. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve, when you're asking for words is my mind starts going with a couple of verses. not versus as in the left and the right, it's the right and the wrong that keeps me up at night. [ cheers and applause ] >> was there a beat that i
no? okay. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's pretty cool, right? >> that was pretty cool. >> jimmy: so many things that we have to talk about. one is this psa that you did urging everyone to register and vote. it's very important to get out there and vote. [ cheers and applause ] >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: please do it. do it tomorrow. do it whenever you can. we wanted to -- we're very lucky that you gave us the footage, and we'd like to premier that on our show tonight. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and we're very -- weho this up at all or no? >> only that we sort of asked everyone who participated in this "hamilton" documentary to just say something about voting and it's such a -- alex horwitz the director of the documentary got such amazing people to talk on record about "hamilton" that it's the most bizarre list of people in a row you'll ever see. here you go. >> jimmy: here you go, enjoy. ? >> if you can vote, there's nothing more important than to vote. lots of people lived and died so that you could do that.
>> vote. >> bring your friends, bring your mama, bring your daddy, get it done. >> vote, vote, vote. >> hearing your voice is the most important thing. >> stay involved in the political life of our country. >> tell your friends to vote, and then vote, and then tell your friends' friends to vote. >> every election is important, but believe me, this one is really, really important. >> we have a responsibility. >> this is your country. own it. >> vote. >> vote. >> vote. >> it's your right. you can do it. >> it isn't perfect, and it's frustrating at times, but it is still super important that you do it. >> go and do it. vote. >> our future depends upon you casting a ballot. >> if you're inspired by "hamilton," if you're inspired by our founders, understand that the system of government that they designed only works if you participate. >> see you at the polls. ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the whole thing is so amazing, what you're doing. it's so good. please, please get out there.
i mean, how -- we talked about this, i know, going from just fans of, you know, "saturday night live" and theater and talking to your dad and meeting your family and talking to your mom and dad, and your dad's love of musicals and getting you into it. and then you met my dad too and he was -- >> oh my god, it was a summit. it was our parents -- our parents met like -- >> jimmy: parents met. they wanted to make sure everything was legit. yeah, exactly, yeah. [ light laughter ] >> with our friendship. and my sister was like, "i told you you'd be friends!" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and it was so great. but we -- i also got to hear a "hamilton" mix tape that i can't even tell you, it's so good. it is beyond good. >> that's thanks to these guys. >> jimmy: yeah, the roots. [ cheers and applause ] tariq and questlove. so, stay tuned for that. let's talk "hamilton." because now you're opening up in chicago. [ cheers ] you're opening up in d.c., in san francisco? >> yeah, so it's -- so chicago is a sit down there. and then the first tour starts in san francisco, goes to l.a.,
next year. >> jimmy: the world is going to see your play. >> it's really crazy. >> jimmy: the world is going to know your name. [ cheers and applause ] it's perfect. i'm so -- you know, obviously, we're so proud of you, and we love you. of course, that has nothing to do with it. but we just love you. [ light laughter ] but this is -- you're very proud of the chicago cast, you were telling me backstage. >> oh, man, they're so incredible, and it's funny, you know, the first time we were putting up the show, i was still writing. like, we i was just sort of like, this and now, you know, tommy's got a job. he's directing them, alex is doing musical direction, andy's -- but i have nothing to do. [ light laughter ] the play is written, so i'm just the proud grandparent and i'm just like, "you're so young." >> jimmy: look at what i did. look at this. amazing, yes. look at this. [ laughter ] >> that's what i am for the chicago company. >> jimmy: i love it. >> so wonderful. >> jimmy: oh, the show's gonna be phenomenal. i know you're busy. are you in london yet doing --? >> no, we move to london next month and then we start
yesterday's guest emily blunt. >> jimmy: exactly. >> a practically perfect mary poppins. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly, yeah. well, you got a lot of stuff happening. i want to talk about the documentary that airs on -- it's on pbs, october 21st at 9:00 p.m. it's a friday. you have to -- if you didn't see "hamilton" yet, if you did, of course, see this. but if you haven't, watch this. i can't believe the footage you got. >> well, it's crazy, so the director, alex, started filming me before i even knew what it was, so he's filming me writing "my shot" and he's filming me >> jimmy: i mean, didn't you have an empty apartment? before you had your baby, you were going, "well the crib --" it's like, you're just moving in with vanessa and you're going -- >> yeah, and i have this look of, like, "i haven't finished writing it and we're about to --" and like, we didn't know what it was going to be yet, and he got all that amazing footage, so that's all in the doc along with lots of performance footage and lots of cameos, amazing people like quest and you sort of talking about the show and -- it's really crazy. >> jimmy: truly moving, and he did such a great job. alex -- >> alex horwitz. >> jimmy: alex horwitz. such a great job doing this
so -- so proud of what you've done. i want to show a clip of that. here we have -- here's "hamilton's america," brand new documentary airing friday, october 21st at 9:00 p.m. on pbs. check it out. >> hey, man. >> mr. president. >> good to see you. >> thank you for making time for us. >> absolutely. this is so much fun. >> the first time you had me here was in 2009. >> right. >> i was just supposed to sing something from "the heights." i sang "hamilton" instead. >> when you told us, "well, i'm going to do a rap about alexander hamilton," we said, "well, good luck with that." [ laughter ] >> that's the typical reaction. >> and after the performance, i think, all of us understood not only how much potential it had, but what it did was capture the fact that, you know, the founding fathers were, to some degree, flying by the seats of their pants. >> absolutely. >> and making it up as they went along. >> yeah. >> and the fact that the experiment worked was a a testimony to their genius and you can draw a direct
do today. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how cool is that? >> that was really cool. >> jimmy: he's the president of the united states. >> yeah. >> jimmy: last time you were on the show, we did a thing of -- a wheel of free style, and a a lot of people went -- it was online and a lot of people were like, "oh, you rehearsed that and you wrote that whole thing up." i'm telling you, i swear on, i don't know, i don't want to swear on anything. [ light laughter ] but anyway, i swear on whatever you want me to swear on, this rehearsed. we had three random words and you just freestyle rapped. are you up to try it again? >> yeah, let's try it again. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: why would we ever do that? lin-manuel miranda and the roots are doing wheel of freestyle, volume 2, after the break. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: come on. olivia newton-john. come on. she's the best. guys, we are back here with lin-manuel miranda! [ cheers and applause ] and "saturday night live," this weekend. congrats on hosting and the documentary, october 21st. now, last time you were here, we played a new game involving freestyle rapping. it was so much fun, i thought we could do it again. it is time for "wheel of freestyle." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ? i will hit this button here, which activates a random word generator. it will land on three random words which you have never seen. that is 100% true. and it's your job to work all three of them into a freestyle rap. >> okay. >> jimmy: okay? >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right, great. since i am not a freestyle rapper, once again, you'll be facing off against our very own tariq trotter from the roots right there. [ cheers and applause ] there he is. all right. here we go. here we go. now, i will push the button and we will begin.
i love you. [ beeping ] robot, corn maze, harry potter. [ laughter ] [ cheers ] robot, corn maze, harry potter. >> okay. >> jimmy: roots, can you get a a beat? ? ? once again in a very tricky spot i'm gonna win the emmy like mr. robot ? ? and i could go for days and days but now i'm off with plenty to eat ? oh yeah i'm going above and beyond i'm sirius black ? ? i got my magic wand and oh yeah there is nothing you can do to harm us avada kedavra hey yo ? ? expelliarmus ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: doing the harry potter -- come on! [ cheers and applause ] i know you won't go and do "snl" now, right?
>> jimmy: musical guest -- here we go. tariq. you're up, my buddy. here's the words for you. [ beeping ] guacamole, that's easy. lumberjack, and super bowl. all right, already i can kind of connect guacamole and super bowl. [ light laughter ] almost, but i still can't do it. what would i do? i don't know. you try it. ready? [ light laughter ] [ drum roll ] roots. ? ? hey yo you know i rock it homie i get avocado becomes guacamole ? ? yeah shout it out loud like saturday night and i'll be reading you your lin-manuel miranda rights ? ? i'm number one when it comes to that ? ? set them up chop them down like a lumberjack hold up i've achieved all my future goals ? ? slam the ball down and dance i'm on the super bowl ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> cut it down like a a lumberjack.
why am i here? >> jimmy: avocado, guacamole. oh, yeah. come on. it's so good. so good. oh, my gosh. [ light laughter ] i know, i know, i know. all right. we have time for one more. [ cheers and applause ] let's see what words you got. >> no whammies, no whammies. [ beeping ] >> jimmy: pop tarts, unicorns. these are randos, man. pop tarts, unicorn, election day. pop tarts, unicorn, election da roots, go ahead. [ drum roll ] ? ? oh man this is such a roller coaster i'm just trying to pop right out ? ? of the toaster oh yeah what my greatest desire because you know ? ? the strawberry ones set your crap on fire yes i know that rap was tragic but i'm ? ? a unicorn brony and friendship is magic so i got an erection today ? ? i can't wait to choose my
i'm with her. >> jimmy: what? >> i have an erection to vote. [ cheers and applause ] is what i think i said. >> jimmy: unbelievable. >> is what i think i said on tv. >> jimmy: olivia, plug your ears. olivia, plug your ears. >> tell me about it, stud. >> jimmy: erection day. [ laughter ] oh, my god. he's the best. lin-manuel miranda! he's hosting "saturday night we'll be right back with music from empire of the sun! [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] ? to my heart i must be true you're the one ? >> jimmy: my thanks to john goodman, lin-manuel miranda, empire of the sun! olivia newton-john once again! [ cheers and applause ] oh and the roots, thank you so much, everybody. stay tuned for seth meyers. thank you so much for watching. have a great night! i hope to see you tomorrow! bye-bye! [ cheers and applause ] ? ooh ooh ooh the one that i want ? ? you are the one i want ooh ooh ooh the one that i want you are the one i want ? >> jimmy: i love you. thank you. ? the one i need oh yes indeed you are the one i want ? ? ? i got chills
cause the power ? ? you're supplying it's electrifying ? [ cheers and applause ] ? ? you better shape up cause i need a man and my heart is set on you you better shape up ? ? you better understand to my heart i must be true nothing leno for me to do ? ? you're the one that i want you are the one i want ooh ooh ooh the one that i want ? ? you are the one i want ooh ooh ooh the one that i want you are the one i want ? ? ooh ooh ooh the one i need oh yes indeed ? [ cheers and applause ]
>> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- judge judy sheindlin -- musician and author kelly clarkson -- music from tom odell -- featuring the 8g band with stanton moore. ladies and gentlemen, seth mers. >> seth: good ev how is everyone doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that's great to hear. in that case let's get to the news. the first and only vice presidential debate of this election season was held tonight and it was pretty much the same as the debate i had with my wife
[ light laughter ] senator tim kaine invited a lesbian couple to be among his guests for tonight's debate. said donald trump, "fine, i'll watch." [ light laughter ] the vice presidential debate is over which means mike pence can finally go back to his real job, coaching the opposing team in a mighty ducks movie. [ ht "the new york times" has put out a quiz on the vice presidential candidates revealing mike pence once had his own radio show which he described as rush limbaugh on decaf or to put it another way, ben carson on cocaine. [ light laughter ] eric trump today defended his father's recent 3:00 a.m. twitter rant about former miss universe alisha machado telling