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and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 704 charlotte! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is exactly what i'm talking about. what a hot crowd. thank you so much. thank you, thank you, thank you. what a hot crowd. welcome, welcome everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show." this is it, baby. this is the show. [ cheers and applause ]
so happy you're here. i'm so happy you're here. i'm your host jimmy fallon. guys, it is fourth of july weekend. [ cheers and applause ] it is. this is when americans celebrate their freedom from the british, or as the queen put it, "how's that working out for you these days?" [ laughter ] >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: actually i saw that airlines are expecting 3.4 million travelers for the fourth of july. [ audience oohs ] yeah, and to get into the spirit, united's gonna throw some firecrackers at the people in coach. [ laughter and applause ] get in the spirit -- stop screaming! [ laughter ] be patriotic. i read that dulles airport in washington d.c. is expected to have its most flight delays over fourth of july weekend. the good news is, passengers flying out of d.c. get a few extra hours with their mistresses. >> steve: oh. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: fourth of july is also the nathan's famous hot dog eating contest. [ cheers ] nobody is quite sure what it's in a hot dog, and it's the same as the republican health care bill.
[ cheers and applause ] here's some good news, trader joe's just got its canned wine back in stock, in time -- [ cheers ] for fourth of july weekend, yeah. i don't want to sound like a a snob, but i prefer the canned wine from whole foods. [ laughter ] but a town in connecticut is telling people not to set off fireworks on july fourth, because it might scare bald eagles that are nesting in the area. which will backfire when people realize, fireworks and a bunch eagles flying around, is the most patriotic thing ever. [ laughter and applause ] i've never cried during fireworks. but this week though, the white house said trump will travel to france to celebrate bastille day. trump decided to go, one of the reasons is because he really loves the food there. he actually released a video about it. take a look at this. ♪ >> this is donald j. trump, and i know so much about france. i mean, more than anyone. and i've eatin' all of their foods. for instance, i've had es-car-got.
crepes, creamy blu ray. turtle fart. [ laughter ] rat in a tutu. and of course, fondle you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what's he talking about? >> steve: those aren't right. >> jimmy: i don't know, man. >> steve: that's not how you say those words. >> jimmy: he was close on a a couple of 'em, but -- i feel bad for him. [ light laughter ] i saw that white house press secretary sean spicer will headline a fundraiser in rhode island this weekend. if you pay $200 you get a a picture with spicer. if you pay $500 you don't. [ laughter and applause ] some news from overseas, i saw that today germany voted to legalize gay marriage. [ cheers and applause ] everyone in germany was so thrilled they came this close to smiling. [ laughter ] it was really -- it was exciting. it was exciting. get this, so i read about a man who wanted to propose to his girlfriend, so he got a tattoo
marry me?" [ audience ohs ] yeah, she got weird when his dog was like, "yes, a thousand times yes, yes." [ laughter ] well it's the end of another crazy week, and since there's too much to talk about instead of giving you a full week in review we decided to put together a little montage. it just focuses on the key words used this week. it's something we call "this week in words." check it out. pcpc ♪ ♪ summer is here school is out ♪ ♪ but are there still some issues to talk about ♪ ♪ like the travel ban or the bachelorette and rachel's just not feeling it yet ♪ ♪ health care bill still doesn't fly just dragging out through the month of july ♪ ♪ that vote delayed by the gop despicable me three hey-o ♪ ♪ ♪ the white house briefings could be nicer now we have to draw sean spicer ♪ ♪ work together feel the love u.s. india friendship bear hug ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: there you go. we have a great show tonight. give it upor
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have fantastic show. we have a legendary show tonight. >> steve: it's insane. >> jimmy: we love this man, he is so funny. he is one of the best actors ever, alec baldwin is here tonight. >> steve: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and oh, man. we love alec baldwin. >> steve: a delight. >> jimmy: plus we are -- we are so honored to have her on the show. i've never met her before, but boy, oh, boy is she gorgeous and beautiful and cool and everything you want when you meet her. she is one of the voices in "despicable me 3," the one and only, julie andrews is here tonight. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] come on. >> jimmy: love julie andrews. are you kidding me? >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: she's so awesome. [ cheers and applause ]
♪ the hills are alive >> steve: look at that, she's singing. ♪ with the sound of music >> jimmy: anyway, it was one -- one man show. [ cheers and applause ] my one man show. >> steve: ticket's are on sale now? >> jimmy: ticket's are available. ticket's are still available. >> steve: advanced -- sales. >> jimmy: also, our favorite magician -- ooh i like magic, i love magic. quest, do you enjoy magic? >> questlove: i enjoy magic jimmy. >> jimmy: dan white is here. he's the best. >> steve: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what a show, what a a show. guys, today is friday, and that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff. you know, i check my inbox, i return some emails, and of course, i send out some thank you notes. i was wondering -- [ cheers and applause ] so i thought if you guys wouldn't mind, i would like to write out my weekly "thank you notes" right now. is that cool? do you mind if i do that? [ cheers and applause ]
hey, james are you -- you got any big plans for the weekend? james, can i get some thank you note writing music? [ laughter ] this -- i appreciate it. ♪ thank you, that's -- oh, beautiful. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: it's just perfect. >> steve: he's so sly. he's a sly little dog. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, trumpcare, for being like the art of the deal. it's got trumps name on it, but i'm pretty sure he's never actually read it. [ laughter and applause ] "why would i read it, when i lived it." [ light laughter ] ♪ thank you, playing frisbee, for giving me the chance to yell "sorry" every 30 seconds. [ laughter and applause ] sorry. that one curved that way, sorry. ♪ thank you, justin trudeau, for being on the cover of delta's in-flight magazine. and for sitting like every guy in a coach middle seat. there you go.
[ laughter and applause ] "hey, where you from? want to have a tuna sandwich?" [ light laughter ] can't eat a tuna sandwich on a a plane. ♪ thank you, wine bottle opener, for looking like e.t.'s skeleton. [ laughter and applause ] never better. ♪ thank you, riding lawnmowers, for not being called "country zamboni's." [ laughter and applause ] it should be accurate. >> steve: it should be called that. >> jimmy: why not? ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, plastic knifes, for being perfect for those times when you want to spend 20 minutes sawing away at a bagel. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: i've got a beard. >> jimmy: i didn't break the skin yet. [ light laughter ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a a two-time emmy award winner, plus a three-time golden globe winner for his hilarious work on the very popular comedy series "30 rock." he'll be the honoree for the upcoming special "one night only: alec baldwin" which airs sunday july 9th at 9:00 p.m. on spike tv. [ cheers and applause ] please welcome our good friend, the always entertaining alec baldwin! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
talking about, there. that is what i'm talking about. look at this, this is a movie star. >> i have to explain everywhere i go. i wish. i have to explain, i got an allergy and i have to wear these, 'cause my eyes are already kind of funky. >> jimmy: i'm always prepared. >> what do you have, rubber gloves? [ light laughter ] oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i fake chewed gum. i have fake chewing gum -- >> my love for you has completely changed now, man. [ light laughter ] it's a different kind of love now. >> jimmy: here's what's great about you and your boys, and how perfect you are. you came up to me backstage -- >> why do i sound like bela lugosi? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh my gosh. if you're playing the bela lugosi drinking game at home, that's two shots. [ light laughter ] i saw you -- [ laughter ] first person to say bela lugosi in 20 years. >> 25 years. >> jimmy: yeah, you're in the hallway and you came up to me and you looked at my mustache, you go, what is it? a bit? >> what's going on, is it a a bit? [ light laughter ] yeah.
you're so -- when you do that, how do you decide? like, you're so handsome. don't you think he's a good looking guy? [ cheers and applause ] they love you. >> jimmy: you're alec baldwin. >> no, no, and you grew that. now what was going through your mind when you did that? [ laughter ] how drunk were you? >> jimmy: i wasn't drunk. >> what was going through your mind? >> jimmy: i was sober. what happened was, i didn't shave for a weekend and i had kind of a beard. and i go, maybe i'll grow a a beard. and my wife said, don't do that. everyone's got a beard, grow a a mustache. [ light laughter ] >> so you grew a mustache, and you went to the bathroom the following morning you're like, hey, there he is. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hey, there he is. yeah, that's what i say every morning. >> there you are. >> jimmy: it's affirmation. yeah. my therapist -- hey, there he is. [ light laughter ] >> i met somebody i liked today. me. >> jimmy: me. >> me. [ light laughter ] affirmations. >> jimmy: i want to say congratulations on everything. i want to -- every single thing you do, i love. and i want to talk about the roast on spike. roast/tribute on spike tv. but also donald trump, your impression on "saturday night live," this whole season was unbelievable. [ cheers and applause ] unbelievable. s
is is that you do it like that quick burst. it's the cold opening. it's five minutes. and you're not gonna do -- we're not doing a 90-minute movie with steven soderbergh. i mean, we're like playing trump. >> jimmy: right. >> that wouldn't work. and it's nice that we had good writing, and you get in and you get out and you get out quick enough that people don't realize you really don't do a a very good trump impersonation, you know what i mean? [ light laughter ] so i was the beneficiary of that. we're in, we're out. >> jimmy: no, you were fantastic. and i just loved -- i want to thank you for the advice you gave me when i hosted. >> you don't have to wear the glasses anymore, you realize that, don't you? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, i don't have -- i don't have an allergy. >> you don't have an allergy. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i just want to make you feel comfortable. yeah. you rock. i want you to try these glasses on, too. you want to? >> who makes these glasses? who makes your glasses? >> jimmy: pilla. >> pilla. >> jimmy: pilla. >> of course. >> jimmy: pilla. i only wear pilla. >> i only wear pilla. >> jimmy: try 'em on. >> are those pilla? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i don't want to give you my disease. so that means if i put them on, i keep them. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the way it works, man.
>> how do i look? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: why fool around? why fool around? why even -- i mean, come on. why even -- look at that. [ cheers and applause ] just a good looking guy. but you -- you rock those glasses, but you came up to me on "saturday night live" -- >> my new glasses. pilla. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: do you remember you came up to me because i was hosting the show and i had this opening where -- i wanted to sing -- >> you're bowie. "let's dance. >> jimmy: i sang david bowie, yeah. >> and you're so musical. you're so talented. you can move and everything. but you were really -- you seemed a little tense. you were like working it really hard like bowie had a hernia. know what i mean? [ light laughter ] like bowie slipped a disc, he was in pain. and you're kind of like going, you're like -- and i said, man -- i said, jimmy, everybody loves you. just smile, relax and enjoy yourself. you were like, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, i go, yeah. i forgot, i was trying to hit the notes. i was worrying about the song. and you're like, you got the song. and you go, only you would lorne michaels change in the hallways of "saturday night live." >> they literally took everything out of the hallway and stripped the whole place bare and dressed it as a set for you, like you were liza minnelli or something. [ laughter ] like you were cher. you know what i mean? but yeah, no, you did that and you're so musical, it was great. but in the beginning, you were like bowie had a little bit
>> jimmy: yeah, i was a a little -- i was nervous. i was nervous. so thank you, you really helped me. thank you for that. how are the babies? how's hilaria? i just saw her backstage. >> we did the roast. we can get to that in a minute, but my wife, brought my daughter carmen. that was the biggest surprise for me when people come out 'cause there's a few surprises. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> and carmen came out. >> jimmy: dude, carmen is a a star. she's 3 years old, right? >> she is, really. so getting a little crazy. she's so comfortable in front of the camera. >> jimmy: she is. >> my wife, oddly enough, the person who said the meanest things about me in the roast was my wife. [ laughter ] i said to her afterwards, you realize they give you these really nasty jokes, you don't have to say them. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you don't have -- thanks, no, i love my husband. i don't wanna do this. >> she was like bang, bang, bang. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: of course, a couple jabs in there, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but man, oh man. you have the cutest kids. look at these kids. >> i know. [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: look at these kids. >> this is my da
>> jimmy: yep. that's carmen, who is a a superstar. >> as if there aren't enough other women in this house. >> jimmy: yeah. >> glaring at them. there's our son, leo. >> jimmy: yeah. >> there's my son, rafael. >> jimmy: rafael. >> my love. >> jimmy: just so cute. oh, my goodness. you have a video that i want to show. >> you realize, by the way, you and i have discussed this also, you know what this means, don't you? i have to work until i'm 85 years old. [ laughter ] i'm going to be a greeter in vegas. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's your next move? >> yeah, it is. >> jimmy: why not? i think you should keep having more of these beautiful babies. they're the cutest, nicest babies. i want to show a video here. you're trying to -- carmen wants to know the impression. >> exactly! oh, you have that? >> jimmy: how to do the donald trump impression. >> she's funny. >> jimmy: and she's asking you how to do it. she's the best. watch carmen. >> what day does daddy play donald trump? >> saturday. >> we go like this with our hands and we say saturday, saturday, saturday. okay, everybody. it's saturday. [ laught
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i can't believe it. i'll shave it. i'll shave it. >> i can't believe it. if i told people what you just said, they would be appalled. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, i'm saying, i know. you said it too many times. you said, "you're a good looking guy." i go, "yeah, i know. you're just being nice." >> oh, i thought i said, "why grow the mustache because you're a good-looking guy." and you're like, "i know." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, no. i was trying -- i was trying to stop you. >> to swat me away. >> jimmy: i don't ever want to swat you away, please. >> this is all staying in the show, by the way. >> jimmy: talk about a a good-looking guy, look at this. you get this book, right? check this-
>> well, no, this is me when i was -- this is the same photographer. this is me now -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> a little bit as -- what did pete say on "snl"? he said -- he said, "you look like you've been soaked in water for 20 years." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not true. >> that's me then 30 years before. >> jimmy: look at that guy, too. oh, my gosh. [ cheers ] >> and the same guy -- well, the same guy. >> jimmy: same photographer took it? >> you're very kind. >> jimmy: congrats on this book. did you do book tours for this. did you show up at a book shop anywhere? >> you know what i thought to myself? tina's book sold, like, a a million copies. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and you tell yourself, you kind of calibrate. you go, "i'm not tina. i'm not a writer. i don't have her cred' as a a writer, so i'm probably going to sell, you know, half as many as tina. i'll sell half a million copies." >> jimmy: yeah, sure. of course. you're alec baldwin. >> i didn't sell anywhere near half a million copies. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: why? >> tina's book sold, like, this many copies, and i sold, like, this many. >> jimmy: real -- no. but you're alec baldwin. everyone wants to know your -- >> but i have hairy arms, too. so, you know, like her cover. >> jimmy: bossypants -- >> the cover. >> jimmy: she had the hairy -- yeah, on the cover. >> but i did this book and, and they said to me, "would you give us a writing sample because we don't know what kind of a memoirist you are. so before we make a deal with you and pay you, would you give us a writing sample?" so, i wrote a chapter about when i overdosed on drugs in the '80s, and they literally said, "we love it!"
[ laughter ] i swear to god. >> jimmy: caring, really caring. >> "it was great!" >> jimmy: "we want more!" >> "we want more of that!" >> jimmy: yeah, "were you vomiting?" >> "do you have more chapters of that overdose?" >> jimmy: overdose, yeah. hey, what is this spike thing? is it a roast? is it -- this is your life? >> well, you know as well as i do because you have so many friends in that worlds that when they do the roast on comedy central -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's a lot of people you don't know that well who they scripted a lot of material to kind of give it to you. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. >> it's mostly funny, but mean. and with "one night only" on spike, it's more like, "this is your life." it's a tribute. and there's mean. like i said, my wife was the meanest of all. [ light laughter ] and -- >> jimmy: that is the best thing i've ever heard. >> no, it's incredible. and then, the -- you know, it was really great. >> jimmy: who else was there? >> my daughter, ireland, showed up. that was a surprise to me. >> jimmy: awe. >> my daughter, carmen, showed up. that was a surprise to me. de niro showed up. that was a real surprise to me. and then, in the end, clinton showed up. bill clinton showed up and brought me on the stage. [ light laughter ] bill clinton was -- you watch the film, thde
show it. my mouth is on the floor. >> jimmy: it's an actual surprise. >> an actual surprise. >> jimmy: see, that rarely happens on tv. >> yeah, it was true. i was stunned. >> jimmy: i love that. i went to some award you got. do you remember what you got, like an afi award, maybe? >> i think i got an award from the international carpet cleaners association. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's what it was. that's exactly what it was. >> i had the cleanest carpets. >> jimmy: three years in a row. >> i had the best customer award. >> jimmy: three years in a row you've won. >> best customer award. >> jimmy: and, gosh, yeah. the award is just a rolled -- >> yeah. >> a stack of rolled carpets. [ light laughter ] but, man, oh man, when you look at your work and what you've done, i was just, like, "oh, of course. i forgot alec did that." i go, "oh, and then, he did that?" and then, i'm like, "i forgot he was in 'beetlejuice.'" i just forget these things. >> well, you do. you make movies for a long, long time, and that's what you do. and then, that changes, and you get a little bit older, and they want young people to do the leading roles in the movies often. and you play character roles in films. and then, i met tina and lorne. i mean, i knew lorne from "snl." >> jimmy: yeah. >> i knew tina from "snl." but when i did "30 rock," that changed everything because all of a sudden, i'm -- you know, i
didn't think i was the funniest person in the world, but i had great writing. so, we did the show. and then, ever since then, i mean, most of the stuff i've done was comedy. it's weird. >> jimmy: isn't that interesting? >> yeah, because before that, i was like, you know, shooting people and killing people. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, you were, like, an action star. >> and maybe people thought it was funny when i was doing it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, they did not! i do say, though, this is a a good beach read. get "nevertheless," and go to a a beach somewhere and read it. i want to -- [ laughter ] >> don't grow a mustache. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, come on! i want to show a clip of "one night only: alec baldwin." here's former president bill clinton paying tribute to alec baldwin in the tv special on spike, "one night only," and watch alec's face. take a look. >> he ended up going to george washington university for two years, ran for student body president, then came back home to new york where he followed the then classic path from politics into soap operas. [ laughter ]
[ cheers and applause ] you need to think about running again. you'll probably win the next time. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he knows how to do it, man. alec baldwin, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] watch "one night only: alec baldwin" july 9th at 9:00pm on spike tv. we'll be right back with julie andrews, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ all 10 seasons in one sitting. that was amazing. the ceiling is all spider webs. we missed grandpa's 99th birthday. i'm actively trying to stand up right now. and his funeral. oh i have a beard. oh! a chip. (laughter) binge watching isn't always rewarding.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is an academy award winning actress who you know from her iconic roles in the films "the sound of music" and "mary poppins." she returns as -- [ cheers ] yeah, sure. give it up. [ cheers and applause ] how great is she? she returns as gru's mother in "despicable mewh
ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the one and only julie andrews! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh my goodness. >> whoa, thank you so much. what a lovely welcome. >> jimmy: they just love you. i think everyone around the world loves you. >> what about you singing "the sound of music" just now? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: what do you mean, did you hear that? >> of course i heard it. >> jimmy: it's not a big deal, it just slipped out. >> and i thought, well if when they do the rerun -- >> jimmy: it just slipped out. ♪ the i just do that for 40 minutes. >> you do? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: then we take an
come back i just -- ♪ hills for 40 minutes and then we take -- but i mean -- >> you know what? and when they do the remake, you'd be a great contract. [ light laughter ] [ cheers ] >> jimmy: i mean, look at this right here. just take a peek. do you remember doing this? i mean, this is iconic. >> i remember doing that. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: julie andrews, is this a -- is it a sound stage? is this real? >> are you kidding? that's the real, real thing. >> jimmy: this is the real deal? >> yes, and we were out there for ages because the weather was not kind to us. somebody forgot to mention that austria has the world's seventh highest annual rainfall. [ light laughter ] and so we had a lot of rain while we were shooting. >> jimmy: and you're like, hello god, i have to spin. [ laughter ] i have to spin around. i have to twirl, i have to spin. >> no, no. a lot of the time we actually shot with rain. 'cause you know, you don't see it that much on camera. >> jimmy: you don't. >> no. it has to be an absolute downpour before it's noticeable. >> jimmy: i guess now with hd, i guess it's harder to get away with that stuff. >> well, maybe. maybe now. >> jimmy: but i mean, you're doing that -- i mean, it's just gotta be tricky to -- i mean, i don't know, just acting in
and these huge sound speakers are in the trees, because you're lip-syncing. >> jimmy: wow. >> and so they're belting out music and full orchestra. i don't know where they came from. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: where's the camera? is it in a helicopter? >> it's a helicopter, yeah. we had this monstrous helicopter, had a cameraman very bravely strapped to the side where the door would be. [ light laughter ] and he had -- i told this so many times, jimmy. but he had a camera strapped to him, he was strapped into the copter and he was over like this. and it started at one end of the field and i started at the other and we walked together. and honestly, this thing came at me sideways sort of like this giant sort of crab coming at me. [ light laughter ] or a grasshopper or something. and then, i come into view, make my turn, cut, now go back and start again and you go back and start again. and every time the helicopter had finished, it went around me. but the downdraft from the
[ light laughter ] so we did this about six or seven times and i was spitting dirt and hay. things like that. [ light laughter ] and i kept saying, couldn't you take a wider circle around -- >> jimmy: just step back 10 feet away from me, please. >> all i got was just fine, we're gonna for another take here. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh my gosh. it ended up being a a masterpiece. and i've watched the new version, the remastered version, the version with lyrics. >> oh dear. >> jimmy: i own -- >> my god, no wonder you know it. >> jimmy: i know it so well and i love -- >> and now you have two youngsters growing up. >> jimmy: i do, i have three and a two-year-old. >> well, they're gonna get -- i hope, to see it one day. >> jimmy: absolutely they will, absolutely. everything you do. >> what are their names? >> jimmy: winnie and frances. winnie and franny, franny is what we call her. we don't know -- well, actually we call her noodle right now. [ laughter ] you come up with new names for your little kids. >> it works, peanut, noodle, anything. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly, that's what they are. hey, can i ask you about your late husband blake edwards? >> you may, indeed. >> jimmy: i love -- and i love him, love him, love him so much, i'm gonna send him vibes -- >> oh, i'd wish d
>> jimmy: he's just the best. the pink panther, are you kidding me? [ cheers and applause ] "the pink panther" is one of the best films ever created. i mean -- >> "breakfast at tiffany's." >> jimmy: "the party." "breakfast at tiffany's." >> yup. "ten." >> jimmy: "ten." >> yeah, all of them. >> jimmy: and also, when he got that honorary oscar, i always show everyone this clip because it really made me laugh. jim carrey introduced him. >> that's right. >> jimmy: do you remember he came out? >> yeah. >> jimmy: he was in a a wheelchair. >> yup. >> jimmy: and you go, oh that's too bad. >> it scared the heck out of me, because he wanted to do it and i kept thinking, what if it doesn't work, you know? and he was sitting in a a wheelchair on the side of the stage -- >> jimmy: wheelchair and you go -- >> shot across the stage, grabbed his oscar as he went and disappeared. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: and then falling off and crashing through a wall. >> that's right, and then coming out again and so on. it was a good stunt. >> jimmy: it was unexpected and i loved it. but that's what i loved about him. >> he always went -- >> jimmy: was he a serious comedian? >> oh, no, no. he actually was dark as well as funny. i mean, his humor was black humor. it was really bad sometimes. [ light laughter ]
but he'd work a story and work a joke and think, okay, you don't just slip on the banana peel. you then have somebody come along and you put your hat down and they put a little money in that. >> jimmy: yes. >> and then it starts to rain, and then what happens, you know? and then a dog comes along and lifts his leg. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: seriously, there's 50 jokes in one joke. >> in one joke. >> jimmy: yeah. and he would see how far he could stretch it. and then he'd decide what he wanted to keep. but he wrote always with an extension and an extension. and tried to break what he called the pain barrier of laughing so much, that you don't know how to stop, you know? >> jimmy: yeah. what made you go to "despicable me?" the minion phase, what made you do this? >> it's because it's the worst character i could possibly play. >> jimmy: yes. [ cheers and applause ] finally. >> yes. >> jimmy: the dark side of julie andrews. >> that's right. no, the thing is this. what have i got to lose at this po
[ light laughter ] i tell you. she's such a terrible mother. she's awful. >> jimmy: awful. >> in the first film, they say, you know -- there's a picture of gru. and the children say to her, he looks like a little girl. and she says, yes, an ugly girl. and she's just the rottenest. but it's such fun to do. i had a ball. >> jimmy: i gotta give props to illumination and chris meledandri and those guys, they really outdo themselves -- >> they do. >> jimmy: to make a great script. >> they're craftsmen beyond, you know, anything. >> jimmy: i would say in the very same vain of blake, there's 10 jokes in one joke. >> yes, and then there's that one little extra thing that makes you go, oh, how delightful. how delightful. >> jimmy: i love it. i wanna show a clip. here's julie andrews as gru's mother in "despicable me 3." take a look at this. >> you won't recognize me, i hope. [ laughter ] >> oh, hello gru. >> hi, mom. >> it's important to keep active in one's golden years. there you are, you cutie you.
these are my diving instructors, vincenzo and paulo. ciao, boys. so, what do you want? >> mom, do i have a twin brother? >> how did you find out? who told you? >> wait, what? it's true? you never told me i had the brother. and you told me that dad died of disappointment when i was born. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> father died of disappointment. >> jimmy: you said it to your son. [ cheers and applause ] julie andrews. [ cheers and applause ] "despicable me 3" is in theaters everywhere now. we'll be right back with magician dan white. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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who's performed his sold-out show six times a week at the nomad hotel right here in new york city. seriously, good luck getting a a ticket to this. if you can, go! it is so worth it. tonight, he's back to perform a a brand new trick he's designed just for us. please give it up for dan white! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: glad to see you tonight. >> thank you. how are you doing? >> jimmy: check you hand. everything's good. >> i'm checking everything. >> jimmy: i know. i know. when i hug -- when i handshake a magician or anything, i always check my hands to see if he did something. [ light laughter ] >> yeah, we're all good. all right. >> jimmy: like, did you put a a card in there or something? >> jimmy, tonight we are going to -- >> jimmy: how did you know my name is jimmy? [ laughter ] >> tonight, we're going to attempt to find order in chaos. [ gasps ] order in chaos. >> jimmy: love it. >> this deck of cards represents chaos, okay? >> jimmy: okay. >> these cue cards represent order. quest, what i need you to do if you wouldn't mind, just hold on to those cue cards, and whenever i point to you, i just want you to return to the next card. >> questlove: okay. >> that's all you got to. and jimmy, all you got to do is just read whatever the cue card says, okay?
>> jimmy: i can do that, yep. >> like i mention, this deck of cards represents chaos, and we're going to make it chaotic by -- shuffling the cards. >> jimmy: that's talent. >> shuffling the cards. >> jimmy: yep. >> those cards have been shuffled, and i want you to see how they've been shuffled. and i'm gonna spread them out so you can see that they indeed have been shuffled together. >> jimmy: beautiful. >> and i'm gonna push these together. and jimmy, if you wouldn't mind pushing them together with me, push them together. very good, perfect. >> jimmy: is that good. >> perfect, nice. very good. now, whenever you shuffle a a deck of cards, it creates a a unique sequence that has never -- probably never happened before in the history of mankind. seriously, it's the amount of combinations. it's 52 factorial, which is -- quest, turn over the next one. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> that number actually equals -- turn it over. [ light laughter ] >> okay. there we go. it was 67 digits, but we're going to make an even bigger number than that tonight here together, okay? and the way we're gonna do that is by shuffling the deck in a a really kind of unique way. i'm gonna split it into three piles. now, again, remember, the next thing we'd have to do is -- >> questlove: shuffle. >> exactly. okay.
>> so we've got three piles here, jimmy. i want you to point to two piles. whatever two piles you point to, we're going to shuffle together, okay? >> jimmy: uhh, that, that! >> those two. >> jimmy: yes! >> those two. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: those are the ones. >> jimmy. >> jimmy: the secrets ones. >> watch this. >> jimmy: the ones you didn't want me to do. >> we're going to mix these together. >> jimmy: that's right. >> jimmy, i want you to do this with me. do this with me -- >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> very nice and gently. >> jimmy: yeah. >> push those together. very good. those have been shuffled. >> jimmy: yes. >> that's fair, okay? but we're gonna take it further. again, we need to make a bigger number. so, to do that, we're going to change the order a little bit. and to change the order, we're going to turn some cards face up and some cards face down. jimmy, which packet do you want to turn face up? your choice. >> jimmy: that one. i don't really care. >> these? >> jimmy: yeah, just for fun. yeah, we don't care. it's your choice. this is your choice. >> jimmy: yeah, i'm not dumb about it. >> again, we're gonna mix these cards. [ light laughter ] face up into face down mixing -- >> jimmy: there we go. we did that. >> them into face down. do you want to do that? or if you feel comfortable with that. that's fair. >> jimmy: no, like you're doing it. i think it's good. [ light laughter ] >> okay, very good. these cards are mixed face up into face down, creating a a really random, really -- >> jimmy: chaotic, chaotic -- >> chaotic mess. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but we're gonna make it a a little bit more chaotic. sore
lift off about the -- yeah, perfect. lift off about half. >> jimmy: mm-hmm. >> great, about half. you got all of them? you got all of them there? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i have more than half. >> no, that's about half. make sure you got them. i want you to put them right there. >> jimmy: okay. >> perfect. okay, so you've actually got more than half, but that's okay. that's good. put them down. [ light laughter ] put them down. it's okay. it's fine. [ laughter ] it's fine. it's fine. >> jimmy: nitpicker, nitpicking, yeah. >> to make it a little bit more even, though, i want you to lift off some cards from your packet just like this, just like you did before. >> jimmy: yep. >> with both hands. good. now, i want you to turn them over. >> jimmy: mm-hmm. >> good. now i want you to put those on top of mine. >> jimmy: mm-hmm. >> and i'm gonna put mine on top of yours. >> jimmy: perfect. >> okay. so, we're actually gonna mix these two piles together. but, before we do that, one more choice, which one -- do you want to turn face up? which one, do you want to turn face down? it's your choice. think about it. >> jimmy: uh, lucky number nine is, i think flipped that upside down. >> flip this packet. >> jimmy: right. and then, mix that that way, yeah. >> absolutely. okay, i'm gonna mix those into each other face up into face down, creating, again, a a really, really random, nasty mix. now, it would be fair to say through all those shuffles, through all of your choices that what you did there was
deck. and it would also be fair to say that there's no way i can know the order of those cards or which cards are face up, which card -- right, that would be fair to say you did all of that. >> jimmy: yeah, this is why i love magic. [ light laughter ] yeah, of course, not. of course not. of course, there would be no way you would know the order to what i just did and switched it all around, and they were flip flopped. there was no way that you did in that is under my hand. [ light laughter ] and gosh darn it. i'm gonna freak out. [ laughter ] freak out right now. i'm gonna freak out. >> but what if i told you that actually quest had all of the answers here? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what's up, man? >> quest, turn over the next card. turn over the next card. 17 cards would be face down. jimmy, lift up your hand. we're gonna spread these cards out. and i want you to count with me. count with me. okay? here we go. >> jimmy: yep. >> both: one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 -- 15, 16, 17.
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: see, this is me. i would be happy with that, and i would leave and go, "you're the best magician." [ laughter ] but yet, there's something else. something else is gonna happen. you're holding more cards. >> quest, quest still has some more answers. >> jimmy: ugh, good. >> next one, please. >> quest: i do? [ light laughter ] >> both: 12 of the face down cards will be black. >> 12 of the face down cards -- count with me, jimmy. every time you see a black card, i want you to count it. you ready? >> both: one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10, 11, 12 black cards. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> but there's more, jimmy. there's more. quest, turn over the next card. turn over the next card. six of those black cards will be spades. six of them spades. again, count with me. ready? >> both: one, two, three, four,
five, six. >> six -- spades. >> jimmy: six of spades. >> six spades. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> but there's more. there's more. again, remember, you shuffle those cards. you mix them up. you made all the choices. if you had chosen to do one thing differently, i would have changed all of it. >> jimmy: i know! i know! [ light laughter ] >> one more card. >> jimmy: all the red cards will be hearts. >> jimmy, spread them out. >> jimmy: oh, no! [ light laughter ] i just looked at it now. i didn't realize this. >> questlove: awe. >> jimmy: they're all -- no. >> oh. >> jimmy: sorry, dan. >> okay. [ light laughter ] i mean, that's still pretty impressive, right? i mean, that's -- [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: it's fairly impress -- yeah. >> i got the whole deck. >> jimmy: the whole deck, yes. >> but wait, wait, wait, wait. there's one card left. we got everything right except for the three of diamonds. quest. [ laughter ] >> questlove: it's not going to explode or anything, right?
[ light laughter ] >> instagram. instagram. all right, jimmy, you got your phone on you. >> jimmy: yes. >> can you go to instagram to my page, @danwhitemagic? you can do this at home. if you're at home, check it out. my instagram, @danwhitemagic, pull it up. again, quest, you know, a few weeks ago, you and i were together. we were actually at the 11 and madison park party, and we took a picture together at, like, 4:00am. >> questlove: no, man! [ laughter ] oh, man. >> this was weeks ago! >> questlove: no! >> this was weeks ago! >> questlove: no! no! [ laughter ] no! >> it was june 12th to be exact. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: now, i know you were at the 11 and madison park party. >> jimmy, go a few lines down, a few lines down. it was me and quest. >> jimmy: i see you with questlove, yeah. yeah. i see the photo of you. >> i want you to pull that picture. we got everything right except for the three of diamonds on my t-shirt. >> questlove: oh, yo! >> show that to the camera.
>> jimmy: yo. [ light laughter ] his t-shirt says, "except the three of diamonds." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> no, wait! wait, wait, guys! come back over here! come back over here! >> questlove: what! >> come back over here! come back! >> questlove: wait! wait! >> we posted that. >> questlove: wait! >> we posted that. >> questlove: is that why y'all were laughing at me? >> no, i wasn't laughing at you ever. >> questlove: you guys were laughing, like. >> we didn't sync that up, though, right? >> questlove: no! >> no, exactly. so, look. on that day, i posted this on june 12th. let's pull the date up there, june 12th. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i posted that on june 12th. remember, we did all these things. this all seemed really random, but nothing is really random because through this whole thing, we got a six of spades, right? >> questlove: yes. >> and 12 black. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and 17 facedown. six, 12, 17. june 12th, 2017. [ cheers and applause ] the exact date that we posed together, all together. >> jimmy: completely random. [ cheers and applause ] dan white, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] how the heck do you do this, man? [ cheers and applause ] for tickets to "the magician," visit nomadupstairs.com. check out his instagram. more "ni
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to alec baldwin, julie andrews, dan white, once again ladies and gentlemen. and the roots from philadelphia, pennsylvania. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great weekend. i hope to see you next week. bye-bye everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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