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everybody. welcome. here's what people are talking about. today was the indiana primary and the results are in. donald trump saw his shadow, so there are six more months of the election. [ laughter and applause ] all right. actually, most people are considering this to be ted cruz's last stand, so he's really going against -- he's going after donald trump here. today, he even claimed that trump has never asked god for forgiveness for anything. [ light laughter ] and said, quote, "i've asked god for forgiveness three times today." [ laughter ] god's like, "yeah, i know, i didn't pick up. [ laughter and applause ] i mean, i let it go to prayer mail. i'll check it tomorrow." and this is pretty crazy. yesterday, heidi cruz was asked about rumors that her husband is the zodiac killer. [ laughter ] and said, quote, "i've been married to him for 15 years, and i know pretty well who he is." that story again, heidi cruz didn't actually deny that her husband was the zodiac killer.
[ laughter and applause ] no, he's not. but donald trump just picked up another endorsement. that's right, he was endorsed by former notre dame football coach, lou holtz. after also receiving an endorsement from former indiana basketball coach, bobby knight. so if you're wondering how donald trump will defeat isis, it's by challenging them to a a college sporting event in 1985. [ laughter and applause ] he's got it in the bag. here's some exciting movie news this week. it was just announced that "space jam 2" is in the works. [ cheers and applause ] and the movie will star lebron james. that's right. it will feature lebron playing with a bunch of make-believe teammates. or as lebron calls them, teammates. [ laughter and applause ] meanwhile, actress dakota johnson is currently filming two sequels to "fifty shades of grey," and said, quote, "i've been simulating sex for ov
straight and i'm over it." [ laughter ] while married women were, like, "try doing it for 30 years, honey." [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: ho! >> jimmy: oh, boy. some tech news, here. apple just released the first apps for its care kit feature that helps you keep track of your medical conditions. and like all apple products, you really start to panic when it says you only have 10% left. [ applause ] what does that mean? oh, and this isn't good, here. the ceo of priceline just resigned after it was revealed that he had an affair with an employee. as you can imagine, his wife was pretty mad. but on the bright side, at least he knows where to find a a good deal on hotels. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: silver lining, you know what i mean? >> jimmy: make lemonade out of lemons, yeah. this made me laugh, here. a high school french teacher in texas was fired for not knowing how to speak the language. [ laughter ] it turns out the only word he knows is "bonjour." [ laughter ] when asked if he was sorry for what he did, the man said,
[ laughter and applause ] that's the only word he knows. i thought this was nice, a a 100-year-old woman from right here in new york city just broke the world record for her age group in the 100 meter dash. [ cheers and applause ] pretty amazing. in fact, they say she's the oldest person to enter a race since bernie sanders. that's right, we have a great show, give it up for the roots, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is two-time grammy award-winning rapper lecrae sitting in with the roots tonight. [ cheers and applause ] fantastic. good to see you, buddy. he is awesome. his memoir "unashamed" is out today. so nice to have you back. thank you for being here, buddy. >> always a pleasure. >> jimmy: you're a good man. [ cheers and applause ] i love lecrae. "unashamed." guys, we have a big week of shows ahead. tomorrow night, jeremy renner will be here. and we're going to play a game of musical beers with a couple of special guests. then later this week, robert downey jr. and jane fonda will be joining us. [ cheers and applause ] it's a big week for us. but first, stopping by tonight, he leads a super star cast in the biggest movie of the year, "captain america: civil war." [ cheers and applause ] which hits theaters friday! captain america himself, chris evans is here tonight!
we love chris evans. chris is going to teach me a a new game later in the show. we're calling it frozen black jack. [ light laughter ] he knows more than i do. plus, he's a terrific comedian, and his show "maron" returns to ifc tomorrow, marc maron is dropping in. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's fantastic as well. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: both shows. his show and his podcast. both of them. and we have a performance. i loved this show as soon as it came on. i go, oh, my gosh, it's just so fun. these very, very talented kids from the hit nbc show, "little big shots" are on tonight, and it's going to be fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] they're so cute. >> steve: cute. >> jimmy: they're the cutest kids. they're so awesome. it's way past their bedtime, but it's going to be so fun. have you seen the show, "little big shots"? >> steve: yeah, steve harvey is fantastic. >> jimmy: steve harvey is the perfect host for this thing. he's so good with the kids and he makes them laugh, and he's just -- we love steve harvey, but man, it's such a fun show. i think it's him and elle
>> jimmy: and both producing this, is that right? anyways, it works. the kids are here tonight. they're all tired. they're cute and tired and talented, yeah. we've been feeding them coffee all day so -- >> steve: it's good coffee. >> jimmy: you'll get the best performance, trust me. hey, guys, it's time to take a 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 and pros ♪ >> jimmy: tonight, we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of going to prom. [ laughter ] it's may. it's prom season. it's a special time. did you have a good prom? >> steve: lovely prom. >> jimmy: you did? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: you went to both junior and senior prom? >> steve: junior and senior prom. >> jimmy: i kind of forget my prom. i remember a little bit. did you have to go to a dinner before the dance? >> steve: yeah, went to dinner, went to a dance. stayed out all night. >> jimmy: two different places? >> steve: yeah, you went out to dinner and then like, your friend's mom drove you to the other place. by the senior prom, you could drive. >> jimyo
i had a cool date. and we just -- we were just friends. and we rented a u-haul truck and had her sister drive the u-haul truck. and then we decorated the inside, it looked like an apartment and we just kind of fooled around and it was fun. >> steve: while it was driving? >> jimmy: yeah, i don't know how we did it. [ laughter ] the more i think about it, it's probably very dangerous. don't do this. >> steve: i think that was on "jackass." >> jimmy: yeah, it became the movie "jackass." yeah, it had all of our stunts. but it was fun i guess. i don't know. anyways, it's prom time. so let's take a look at the pros and cons of going to prom. here we go. pro, getting your hair styled for four hours, hopping in a a limo and attending a gala event. con, or as donald trump calls that, "my morning routine." [ laughter and applause ] perfect. you got it. >> steve: four hours. >> jimmy: every day is like a a beautiful golden prom. [ laughter ] [ barking ] [ growling ] down boy, down boy.
[ growling ] okay. what? pro, you and your date look like a million bucks. con, so now bernie sanders hates you. oh, that's interesting. [ applause ] that's interesting. no, he would like them if he got to know me. >> steve: they're high school kids. come on. >> jimmy: they're high school kids. what's his problem? pro, hiring a sky writer to write, "will you go to prom with me?" con, seeing another sky writer write, "i really appreciate our friendship, and i would never ruin that." [ applause ] there's other fish in the sea. don't worry about it. pro, your girlfriend's mom greeted you with a smile. con, your girlfriend's dad greeted you with resting bitch face. [ laughter and applause ] pro, you wanted to romantically tell your date how beautiful she looks. con, but it came out as, "ermahgerd, you lerk sperctercular." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: why would you say th
>> steve: it just came out your so excited. >> jimmy: ermahgerd, you lerk sperctercular. [ laughter ] pro, going to a cheap tuxedo store and getting a suit that's frumpy, wrinkled and two sizes too big. con, hearing bernie sanders say, "you're going to like the way you look, i guarantee it." [ laughter and applause ] that's his move. >> steve: he's very calming. >> jimmy: and finally, pro, spiking the punch bowl with six different colored liquors. con, watching everyone puke snapchat rainbows in real life. there you go. that is the pros and cons. we'll be right back with my man chris evans, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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i can't believe after all these years... people are still listening to this song! dragon: me neither! (laughing) ♪ music plays ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we are joined right now by a a big-time movie star. he leads an amazing cast in a a gigantic new movie called "captain america: civil war." it hits theaters this friday in imax and imax 3-d. i recommend imax 3-d, it is just killer. please welcome back to the show a hard-working man, here
gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: chris evans right there. thank you for coming back to see us. you're a stud. >> thank you. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: oh, wow. all the men love you. all the men love you. [ light laughter ] >> it's the suit, it's the suit. >> jimmy: hoorah. [ laughter ] yeah, thank you for coming back to the show. last time you were here, you came with your brother. >> that's right. >> jimmy: and i challenged you with my sister to a game of flip cup. >> and you got embarrassed. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, it didn't end well at all. >> big time, yeah yeah. >> jimmy: i kind of got neou
not to speak poorly of your kin. but i mean -- >> jimmy: was it her that didn't do it or i didn't do it? >> who was it? >> jimmy: i screwed up i think. >> oh, was it you? >> jimmy: thank you for making me admit it. yeah. >> i love you all. >> jimmy: yeah, you don't remember exactly. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> i was having a good time. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: we were talking about your niece and nephew. your nephew, i believe his name is miles? >> yeah, miles, that's right. >> jimmy: he's a little kid. he said the phrase that you kind of picked out and made it your own. we kept saying, i don't like it. >> i don't like it. miles is a very particular kid. >> jimmy: yeah. >> there's certain things he just doesn't like but he can't do the ls so it turns out, i don't ike it. i don't ike it. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: but now, we talked about this. now people yell it to you on the streets? >> it's easily the number one thing people say to me. [ light laughter ] they shout it, i don't ike it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i love that miles started a thing. yeah, it's on the internet. that's cool. >> but it's okay. i still say it to this day. just to make sense. >> jimmy: and you got a dog since? this is a new dog?
but he's a mutt. >> jimmy: he's a great dog. >> he's a really good dog. >> jimmy: i want to show you. he's a mush. because mile's sister -- stella? >> stella. yeah, i have a great video. he has this great habit. a lot of dogs do it, where if you sit on the ground, he just plants himself on you. like he thinks you're the seat. >> jimmy: but he's bigger than stella. >> yeah. >> jimmy: anyways, take a look at this clip here. [ laughter ] >> you need my help? can you get up? >> say get up, dodger. >> say get up, dodger. come on, you can do it, stella, you can do it. >> i can't. [ light laughter ] he's on me. >> say get up, dodger. >> get, up dodger. dodger, come here. you can do it, stella. you can do it. >> good job. good work. [ applause ] >> that was a lot of work. was he on you? >> yeah. yep. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. [ applause ]
yeah. she made it out. dodger's grip. congratulations on this new movie. i know i say this every time we come on. >> thanks, man. >> jimmy: they just keep getting bigger and more extreme and action packed. this one is all you, buddy. >> well, i'd love to believe that, but that's not the truth. luckily marvel has kind of enabled a lot of other guys to come in and help me out. but it's a good one. >> jimmy: if you like the avengers and all the different superheroes. i think you can say that spider-man makes a cameo? >> i think i can say that now, yeah. he's in it. >> jimmy: he comes on. >> he's great, tom holland's fantastic. everyone's great in it. marvel has this winning formula. they really know what they're doing. >> jimmy: stan lee, right? >> stan lee. >> jimmy: i mean, that's the guy. >> great. >> jimmy: he makes a cameo in all the movies. >> he does, he does. he's such a character. the guy is, you know -- created so many amazing comic book characters. he's such an icon. >> jimmy: is he having fun with this whole thing? >> you never see the guy not smiling. i wish at that age t
still so spry, full of life. he really is just so vibrant. >> jimmy: the movie is fun, it's funny. of course we had paul rudd on the other day. he's one of the comic relief things. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's the fun part about the movie. it's funny and it's action packed. man, from start to finish, the russo brothers directed it? >> russo's. yeah, those guys are going to be able to do whatever they want now. >> jimmy: it's worth the price of admission. i want to show a clip. here's chris evans and sebastian stan in "captain america: civil war." in theaters this friday. check it out. ♪ ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's just a clip! the whole movie like that. it's fantastic. chris evans. [ cheers and applause ] "captain america: civil war" in theaters this friday. imax, imax 3-d. we're going to play a new game after the break. stick around, everybody. i want to know about this -- [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm back with chris evans. his new movie "captain america: civil war" is in theaters and imax and imax 3-d friday. chris, you thought of a new game for us to play. captain america was frozen for 70 years and we're going to see who gets frozen tonight. the game called is frozen black jack okay. we'll play the first round and the we're going to see what happens. i'll just deal normal black jack. i'll be the dealer. the first one goes to you. i turn it up. four. then me. down. then you. up. five. >> all right, all right, all right. >> jimmy: that's good. then me, up, that's seven. okay, nine versus 17 maybe. >> hit me. >> jimmy: there you go. okay, buddy. >> eight, nine, eight, nine. yeah. all right. all right. >> jimmy: i don't like this game already. i don't like it. i don't like it.
all right. you're staying, right? >> i'm staying. >> jimmy: you sure though? >> positive. >> jimmy: what if we get a a deuce here? >> you have to flip over your card first. >> jimmy: oh that's true. your right. >> oh. >> jimmy: you know what? flip it over. normally the dealer would stay on 17 but you know what, flip it over, i dare you. >> jimmy: alright. now, what is the twist? >> here's the twist, here's the twist. the twist is, the winner gets to pour a pitcher of water. and let's be clear. [ laughter ] do you see this? do you see this? [ cheers and applause ] it's ice water. >> jimmy: where is the funnel ending up? >> yeah, i should have made that clear. you're going to go down your pants, big guy. should we stand here? where should we stand? >> jimmy: i don't want anyone to see. maybe use this camera, turn around.
>> no, no, i think we go -- yeah. [ laughter and applause ] you know it's going to take a a long time. >> jimm: do you want to sit down? i hate this game. >> ready? [ laughter ] woo! [ laughter ] all right. all right. all right. [ cheers and applause ] hey. >> jimmy: how did you come up with this game? all right, this game called, frozen black jack. i hate this game. oh, my gosh. >> it's a good one. >> jimmy: it's still there, man. it's still happening. all right, good. here we go. you deal this time. okay. >> it goes down to you first? >> jimmy: yea, no -- i'm sorry. i'm freaking out right now. >> face up to me.
>> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. yeah, yeah, yeah. hit me. oh, 17. you have a 6. >> yeah what do you want to do? >> jimmy: i'm going to stay my man. >> you gonna stay? >> jimmy: yeah.]e >> bad news. >> jimmy: what do you mean bad news? oh, come on, give me a five. >> jimmy: no, no, no, please don't. it's a push. >> jimmy: it's a push. so that means -- >> we clear it out. we clear it out. we clear it out. [ talking over each other ] now we're going again. >> oh, i win. >> jimmy: you lose. >> all right, i'll lose, i'll lose i'm ready. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is an ice cold pitcher right here. this is an icy, icy, icy cold pitcher right here. >> no. >> jimmy: it's an icy cold pitcher right here. >> go, go, go. >> oh, oh, oh.
alright, alright, alright. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: i know, i know, i know, i'm coming back. i kind of like the game. i kind of like the game now. let's go, one more round, one more round. i thought another name for this. we can call this chilly willie. all right, here we go. ready for this? >> i'm ready. >> ha ha, it's the final round, i know. >> it wakes you up. >> jimmy: it really does. i do it every morning man. i do it every morning. keeps me young. all right, here we go. i go down? no, i go up to you first. then i go down to me. then up to you, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how you doing by the way? everything cool? >> this is cool. i'm enjoying black jack. >> jimmy: are you loving it? i'm just here to play black jack. >> jimmy: here we go.
oh, yeah. flip up. ooh, okay. you have 12. >> i'm liking my situation. i'm going to stay. so you're going to flip your card over. i know what i'm doing. >> jimmy: really? i would normally never do that. >> stay. >> jimmy: okay. and a fake. come on, big money. >> jimmy: oh! 21! 21! ♪ >> this is rigged. >> jimmy: look at this thing. the final round. the final round. the final round. >> can you even admit that? >> jimmy: no i didn't know this was happening. oh, my gosh, i can barely hold. i think i'll sit down for this one. [ laughter ] i got to be honest. >> oh, man. with my finger injury, i'm a a little weak. i don't know if i can hold this whole thing. i love you, dude, thank you so much for coming on the show.
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wednesday at 9:00 p.m. on ifc. everyone, please welcome marc maron. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you for being here buddy. >> look at you. >> jimmy: it's good to see you >> good to see you, man. you make me happy. >> jimmy: i love you. i heard you might be a little sick so i'm happy you're feeling better. >> i was nervous so my voice is a little screwed up. you know what i mean. like i came out here. i brought my girlfriend with me. we're excited. a week in new york, "the tonight show." two days in, the hotel room's like a hospice situation. we're both ill. she's sick. i'm sick. it's like a very boring "sid and nancy." like there's a bottle of nyquil, growing mounds of tissue paper.
i'm taking regular pills. do nothing. but they do make you burp the history of italian cooking. >> jimmy: well that's something. >> you're like, "oh, wow, i feel connected to the entire isle." >> jimmy: you coming -- you like new york city don't you? >> i do like new york. but i do have to say the weird thing about the getting sick thing is i've been with her almost two years and -- we don't live together. so that first sickness together, it's a tough one. you know. right? it's good if it's a cold. you know, a cold is manageable. better than stomach flu or intestinal problems. you know, if you want a starter sickness for a relationship, the cold is what you're hoping for. >> jimmy: yeah, you hope for that one, exactly. i got to say, you do your "wtf" podcast from your garage in your house. >> yea. >> jimmy: this is fantastic. i haven't had a chance to talk to you since then but the president of the united states of america did your show and came to your garage. >> it's crazy, man.
happened. >> i live in a two-bedroom house. >> jimmy: i love that this happened. >> in highland park. when they told me -- they approached us you know and they were kind of -- every few months, like, we're thinking about doing this and they were like we're going to do it. my producer is like, the president wants to do it. i'm like what do i got to do go the white house to a hotel or something? he's like, no, he wants to come to the house. i'm like, that's ridiculous. you know, the president doesn't just casually drop by. it's sort of an ordeal. you got secret service. i had to ask my neighbor if we could put snipers on his roof. he was excited. he's retired. he's like, great, great. something's happening. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: great, something's happening. that is the best. great, great, something's happening. >> there were some funny moments because secret service -- i have a two bedroom house but there's a lot territory around it. it's on a hill and there's a a lot of homes. i asked the secret service guy, this must be a pain for you guys to secure this much of a a parameter. he said no, it's nothing, we were at tyler perry's the other day, twa
that's relieving. my whole home could fit into his hallway, you know. >> jimmy: the president came to your garage. totally was everywhere, national news. >> it was crazy. >> jimmy: the other thing i was excited for you about, because i know you're a giant fan, you got to interview keith richards. >> yea i did that here. that was hilarious. you get to hang out with him right. you're at a different level. >> jimmy: i don't hang out with him. but you could call him right now and go, dude, what's going on? like, why you calling me? >> jimmy: i would not i can't do that. no, i can't. but this is -- because i know how -- all right, yeah, i can call him, big deal. [ laughter ] it doesn't matter. he won't pick up the phone. it will go to voice mail. no. >> you know how you felt when you first met him. >> jimmy: freaked out. >> if you listen to me talk to him it's like i'm 12, going, oh, my god, keith, what else can i talk to you about. but, like, he was such a hero of mine. he's such an icon. he's so specifically himself. thal
interview him. he was doing morning edition at npr here in new york at the npr building, right. so we were going to use the studio when he was done in there i was just going to go in and interview him. it was so funny because we're waiting at npr, which is npr, and i just remember, we get there and he's in there, right, and there's a woman running around the office going, he's smoking, he's smoking, what do we do. he's smoking. everybody's like, there's nothing you can do. >> jimmy: no. >> if keith richards wants to smoke, he's going to smoke. so i go in there and he took a a break in between the two. he had a tumbler. like a paper cup of something. yeah, powerful. you know, he's feeling loose you know, and he's smoking his marlboros. and i used to smoke marlboros but now i do nicotine lozenges. >> jimmy: that's right you don't smoke anymore. >> right. so i show him my nicotine lozenges. i'm like, i use to love marlboros but i'm doing this now keith. like he's going to care, right? so i ask him, can i just hold one? i'm like an idiot, talking to keith richards and holding an unlit cigarette whhe
you know what i mean? at some point in the middle of the interview, i'm being this baby with my unlit cigarette. keith just pauses and he looks at me and he throws the lighter at me. he just throws it at me. i thought in my head, i haven't smoked one of these in ten years, but if there's ever a a time to smoke a cigarette, it's with keith richards. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> yeah. [ applause ] yeah, i smoked it. it was enjoyable. and i'm grateful because, you know, when you're dealing with keith, i was lucky it was just a cigarette. you know, back in the day, who knows. here you go. how about a pound of cocaine and heroin. >> jimmy: that didn't happen. just a cigarette. i got him at a good time. >> jimmy: you got to hear the interview if you want to check it out. it's so entertaining and fun. i love that you fanboyed out. i do it all the time on the show. which i'm about to do also with your show "maron." premieres tomorrow on ifc, 9:00 p.m. what's happening to catch people up to this season? >> well, at the end of the last season, the character of me is
in trouble. i'm okay. the character of me's in trouble. >> jimmy: the fictional character. >> the fictional marc maron. who has been sober for 16 years had a little back injury and was prescribed some pain medication. and he went to town i guess you could say. he indulged a little too much and blew a big break. basically, the end of the last season ends with me on the floor babbling during a talk show. like it's actually ken marino. he's my guest. and i'm interviewing him on my talk show but i'm nodding off on oxycodone. i fall on the floor and start babbling. and that's the end of the season. and in my mind i thought that's a good way to end a series. but they wanted me back. and now i thought, what do we gotta do now? we have to get that marc maron cleaned up. so we're actually entering the story. where i've been using for a a year. i've lost everything. i have no money. i have no podcast. instead working in my garage, i'm living in a storage unit. no, it's funnier than it sounds. >>
we want more, we want more, we want more. please. we want to here more fictional and real marc maron. thank you buddy. [ cheers and applause ] marc maron. season four of "maron" premieres tomorrow. wednesdays at 9:00 p.m. on ifc. we have kids from "little big shots" performing for us after the break. stick around, everybody. marc maron. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ el
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. it is time. oh, get ready, these kids are cute. it is time to meet some "little big shots." here we go, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: tonight, we have two sets of talented twins from the hit nbc show "little big shots." it airs a new special episode this sunday night at 8:00 p.m. it's currently casting for season two on nbc.com. yeah, see if your kid has any thing. yeah. [ light laughter ] first up, please welcome 11-year-old trumpet players max and colby, ladies and gentlemen.
[ cheers and applause ] max and colby, hi. pleasure to meet you. hi, buddy. yeah, good grip. now, you're max and you're colby? >> yes, sir. >> i'm max, he's colby. >> jimmy: okay, cool. how old are you guys again? i'm sorry, i just said it. >> we're 11. >> jimmy: 11, and when will you be 12? >> we're going to be 12 in 20 days. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: happy birthday. who's older? >> me. i got a minute and a inch on him. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: a minute and an inch on him. there you go. bummed out. [ light laughter ] oh come here. i love it. [ light laughter ] now, how long have you been playing the trumpet there? >> six years. >> jimmy: six years, okay, very good. do you play any other instruments? >> yes, i play the drums and accordion. >> jimmy: anything -- you? >> i play the accordion too. >> no, you don't. >> yes, you do. >> no, you don't. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, stop it guys. >> i play drums. >> i play drums too. >> jimmy: you play drums too? >> i play drums. >> jimmy: you do everything max does too? >> n
no point with arguing with him. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm not going to mess with him. how do i play the trumpet? for the people at home, do you have any warm-up exercises? things i can do? >> first, we're going to create a buzz with the embouchure. first you tighten the corners and loosen the middle. >> jimmy: emboture, what is it? what do we do? >> embouchures. >> jimmy: all right. [ light laughter ] embouchures. so what do i do? >> tighten each closed. then loosen the middle. and if you look at some lighting, it should shake. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: or you could be having a stroke. [ light laughter ] but you all know -- i'm much older. i'm much older than you. [ trumpet blows ] >> now put your trumpet to your mouth. [ trumpet blows ] >> jimmy: now, what are you performing for us tonight? >> we're going to play "i feel good" by james brown. >> jimmy: i love this. okay, very good. ladies and gentlemen, performing" i feel so good"
you just played with the roots. that was awesome. >> thank you. >> jimmy: all right, get out here, yeah, go on over there. next up are 7-year-old tap dancing twins from los angeles, california, please welcome freddie and teddy, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ how are you? >> good. >> jimmy: nice to see you. >> nice to see you too. >> jimmy: you're freddie and you're teddy? >> yes. >> jimmy: yes. >> jimmy: yes. [ laughter ] now, who is the older twin? >> i'm the older twin. >> jimmy: so teddy's the older twin? >> no. >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, you're freddie? >> yes. >> jimmy: you're teddy? >> yes. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: uh-huh. [ light laughter ] lights are starting to shake a a little bit here. [ light laughter ] i bet if i close my eyes, if you switch, i could probably figure out who's who. switch and i won't look.
[ light laughter ] i feel like you're faking me out. [ light laughter ] i know. it's pretty easy. you're max and you're colby. [ light laughter ] [ applause ] can you guys teach me a move, tap dance? i have some tap shoes here. can you teach me a move here? >> five, six, seven, eight. ♪ >> jimmy: all right, hold on a a second. [ cheers and applause ] now, that's -- >> you don't have to do the split. >> jimmy: what is that? >> you don't have to do the splits. >> jimmy: oh, i don't think i'll be doing much of anything you did. [ light laughter ] what is it again? you go -- all right. count me down. >> 5, 6, 7, 8. ♪ [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
it's been a rough episode for me tonight, i got to be honest. [ light laughter ] tough episode. what song are your performing tonight? >> happy by c2c. >> yes. >> jimmy: happy by -- >> c2c. >> jimmy: c2c, all right. [ light laughter ] what do you mean? is that right? >> yes. >> happy by c2 like the number two. >> jimmy: happy by c2c. >> yes. >> yes. >> jimmy: that's correct. and you guys are performing it here? >> yes. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. ladies and gentlemen, give it up for freddie and teddy. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> questlove: 1, 2, 3, 4. [ cheers ] ♪ ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on, hey! fantastic. that's what i'm talking about. let's get max and colby back in here. guys, come on out. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] p give it up for these "little big shots," you guys, give it up. [ cheers and applause ] a new episode airs this sunday. oh my gosh. my thanks to max, colby, freddie, teddy. stick around for more "tonight show" after the break. guys, start us off. let's do something fun.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to chris evans, marc maron, max and colby,reddie and teddy! [ cheers and applause ] lecrae! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye, bye, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- tonight, derek jeter, from "captain america: civil war", actress elizabeth olsen, author ron miscavige, featuring the 8g band with mark guiliana. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that is good to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. the latest numbers show that since donald trump accused hillary clinton of depending on the woman card to get elected, clinton has seen a 2.4 million dollar spike in donations. which has given bernie sanders a terrible idea.