tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC October 2, 2014 11:34pm-12:37am PDT
>> you can celebrate good news for one of the traffic hot spots in the bay area. all three of the new off ramps will be open tomorrow in the area of 880 and stevens creek boulevard. near valley fair and santana row. jessica, you know. >> yipee. the area plagued by heavy traffic for years, really. the 62 million dollar project started in 2012. it is not over. shoppers will enjoy an off ramp set to reopen before thanksgiving. >> ooh, just in time for black friday. so i can drive off and on. >> enjoy the heat and shopping tomorrow. >> bye-bye. >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- derek jeter, james marsden,
musical guest five seconds of summer. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. all right. hot crowd tonight! great crowd! thank you for being here. thank you for being here tonight. welcome to "the tonight show," everybody uh this is it. [ cheers and applause ]
this is it. we have such a great show tonight. you can already feel the buzz. we have derek jeter in the house tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have james marsden is here -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and we got five seconds of summer tonight. [ cheers and applause ] it's a hot show. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you can feel it. but first, here's what people are talking about right now. some big news out of washington. after all the recent security problems at the white house, you know, people are just walking in, making breakfast and stuff. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: juliet pierson, the director of secret service, officially resigned yesterday. [ audience oohs ] when asked what she'll do next, pierson says, "she just wants to go home and spend some quality time letting strangers into her own house for a a while." [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: please -- leave me alone. of course, after the director of the secret service stepped down, there was a lot of speculation about who might replace her. and we actually have a list of some of the top candidates who would do a better job of keeping out intruders. [ laughter ]
than julia pierson. >> steve: really? we got a list? >> jimmy: here they are. first, there's a loosely swinging screen door. [ applause ] you got to time it right, you know? >> steve: maybe i shouldn't go in. >> jimmy: next, we have paul blart, mall cop. they're gonna get him. he is not even real. >> steve: he's a fictional character. >> jimmy: after that, we a a drunk matador, that's pretty fun. and finally, of course, the goalie for the brazilian soccer team. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i saw that president obama just approved a a plan that could help thousands of central american children legally join their family members already living in the u.s. yep, the plan is called being good at baseball. [ laughter ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there's so much speculation about the 2016 presidential election, i read the that website elect hillary.com is being sold for
almost $300,000. and the website chris christie president 2016.com is being sold for almost $50,000. and the website biden for prez is just a tumblr set up by joe biden. [ laughter ] >> steve: yeah -- >> jimmy: he'll take whatever -- >> steve: nice photo. >> jimmy: 50 bucks, 50 bucks, 25 bucks. [ applause ] >> jimmy: uh, the gop is actually in a little trouble right now for using a stock photo, you hear about this? they used a stock photo of a a black woman in one of their ads and pretending that she is really a republican. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there it is. that's the photo. that's their ad, that's a real ad. the only trouble is the same stock photo has been in a bunch of other ads already that's been released already. this is the truth. this is an ad for virtual office assistant. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the same woman. and here she is in another ad for discount glasses. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is the same woman. well turns out they didn't stop there. last night, i saw a tv ad out there -- it's pretty obvious they're using a lot of stock photos. check it out. >> we here in the gop have real
solutions for real americans. real americans, like this old woman about to skateboard. [ laughter ] or these two men playing chess while a parrot watches, or this man dressed as a cowboy drinking whiskey and pointing at his computer. we've heard from all of you. asian couple high fiving, smiling man from the '90s, dj grandpa, man in water offering a wet apple and little baby dressed like a business woman. and we are ready to fight for you. [ applause ] >> jimmy: very diverse group of voters. did you so he this, matthew mcconaughey the other day, he went to a football practice at his alma matter, the university of texas and he talked to the team on the field and well, see if you can follow this. >> not come preach anything, not come tell you anything, just want to kind of have a a conversation, you know at the end of the day when you lie your head on your pillow, i knew it, i knew it i got a a pretty high idea of how good i can be. my head's going, i'm thinking too much. it's amazing how easy the mind can go up and down then. ah. [ laughter ]
>> it just got freaky, didn't it? >> jimmy: yeah. uh, the coach was like, you heard what he said, now go out there and put your head on your pillow and let your mind go up and down and, nah and good out there. just do what he said. [ applause ] >> jimmy: oh, i love this, i read that the cw is coming out with a new mystery series. it's called "bone house." [ laughter ] >> steve: mystery series? >> jimmy: if want to learn more about "bone house," do not google the words "bone house." you just don't want to -- no, don't get involved with it. no. more tv news, donald trump is criticizing abc over its new show "blackish," saying that it's racist because there would never be a show called "whitish." not sure if that's true, infact i feel like whitish is probably the original name for "modern family." [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: could be. [ applause ] >> jimmy: it could be. here's a business story, general mills, maker of cheerios, announced that they had plan to cut up to 800 jobs. yeah. the ceo was like our earnings report is nothing but zeros. wait, i'm sorry, i just spilled some cheerios on there. [ laughter ] actually, hey you know what wait, we are doing fine. no, lay off. never mind. i apologize. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they just sit around, eat cheerios all day, yeah yeah yeah. i hear ya. >> steve: and the report is written in cheerio-like writing. >> jimmy: yeah. exactly, yeah. uh -- you guys, i heard that viagra is going to start airing new commercials that feature women speaking to men about erectile dysfunction. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: seems kind of pointless because women talking to but erectile dysfunction is the leading cause of erectile defunction. [ laughter ] what do you think is wrong with your pener? huh? [ applause ] >> jimmy: i love this story, kid, draven rodriguez, high school student in upstate new
york, actually caused a little controversy yesterday, recently, little controversy. [ laughter ] >> he -- he -- our show airs in england, so we have to pronounce controversy as controversy. but this kid, he posed for his yearbook photo with lasers in the background while holding his cat and there's like a a picture of his cat and it's really -- look at this photo it's -- [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: i think it's pretty -- i think that's pretty hilarious. >> tariq: that would be really hilarious if he didn't steal the idea from me. >> jimmy: what? >> questlove: take a look at my yearbook photo. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, i didn't -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: that really is similar. maybe he did steal the idea from you. >> questlove: no, hang on. hang on. tariq stole that idea from me, jimmy. >> jimmy: what? >> no, look at my high school photo. look. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: a lot of people doing that. >> nice try, guys, but i think you all ripped me off. >> jimmy: damn. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: what? [ applause ] >> jimmy: cat is holding james. i'm not gonna ask. finally, last night on "survivor," one of my favorite shows, love "survivor." they were doing an immunity challenge and you could definitely tell that after weeks of living together in the wilderness, these contestants are have really gotten to know each other, check it out. >> reed from hunahpu taking on his boyfriend, josh from coyopa. >> let's go josh. >> let's go josh. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: whatever dude who was here to win the amazing race, we got a great show. give it up for the roots right there! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: yeah. it's been great week so far, there's more ahead. tomorrow night, emma thompson will be here. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: i love emma thompson. [ applause ] emma and i are going to play a a game of "password," and who knows, there might even be a a couple of surprise guests dropping by. that's what i'm saying, yeah. going to be fun. also, dane cook will be doing standup and talking to him. [ applause ] >> jimmy: dane cook. and "thank you notes" -- so you don't want to miss that tomorrow night. then on monday, we are gonna do this thing, the first time we are ever doing something this big, i think. we are going to release a a song -- i don't want to speak too much about it, but will.i.am is involved. will.i.am and i -- >> steve: will.i.am and i -- >> jimmy: will.i.am and i. will i am and i. >> steve: yes, will.i.am and i. >> jimmy: will.i.am and i collaborated on a project, on a a song, so i want you -- but you gotta tune in monday, set your tivo, set your hulu's, set your kinkos, set everything you have, dvrs. >> steve: dvr it. >> jimmy: do what you got to do to make sure you watch monday and then call tuesday, call all root stations and request the song, please, because i want to see if we can break the billboard 100. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: like 99. i'm happy with 99. >> steve: 99 is all we need. >> jimmy: call elvis dur ran, ryan seacrest. >> steve: alan freed. >> jimmy: allen freed. call rick dees. cousin brucie. got to get it out there, that would be fun. so that's monday night but first, you guys we have a big show tonight -- i'm just so happy he's here, i know. this the guy is best, he's my favorite baseball player of all time, he's lot of people's favorite baseball players of all time. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: one of the all time yankee greats, derek jeter is stopping by. there he is. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love that guy so much. he's going to be fun. we're going to talk. it's going to be good. [ laughter ] also from the new movie "the best of me," james marsden is dropping in. [ applause ] >> jimmy: from the new nicholas sparks. >> steve: nicholas sparks >> jimmy: new nicholas sparks movie, big romantic movie and then we have music from these young kids, i don't know if you guys know who i'm talking about, five seconds of summer are here.
[ applause ] >> jimmy: yeah! they are really cool. i love those guys. they're good. uh, it's a hot show. you guys, right now it's time for tonight show hashtags. here we go! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ hashtags hashtags ♪ >> jimmy: yeah. are you guys on twitter? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, we use twitter on our show every single week, so if you watch our show, you want to play along, we do this thing every wednesday where i send out a hashtag and we ask you guys to tweet out things based on that topic. so since fall is officially here, i went out on twitter and started a hashtag called fall songs. and i asked you guys to tweet out parody versions of well-known songs and change the lyrics so they are about the fall. yeah. the new season. we got thousands of tweets. in fact, within a half hour, it was a trending topic in the u.s. so, thank you for those tweets. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and now i thought i would share some of my favorite fall songs from you guys and here to sing the lyrics that you guys tweeted out, please
welcome tonight's musical guest, five seconds of summer, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] >> hi, jimmy. >> jimmy: hey guys, thank you so much for being here. i appreciate it. there they are. five seconds of summer. okay now, guys, this our first tweet is from @karen pratch19. and she says -- ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: say it ain't so. i just saw snow. this one from @matt reagan31. she says -- >> sorry jay-z.
♪ >> jimmy: there you go. [ cheers and applause ] halloween problems but a witch ain't one. this one from @jennymarie8819. she says -- ♪ >> jimmy: yeah there's that one. >> steve: i need a pumpkin latte. >> jimmy: yeah i need a pumpkin latte. that was a good movie. um, this one from @mattbelpo. he says -- >> one, two, three, four. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: cool. >> we might have a word playing our own song, it was the hardest one. >> jimmy: how could it be the hardest one? >> we are the worst at playing our own song. that was the hardest one. >> jimmy: how can it be the hardest one? you wrote that song -- that's your song. >> it's just the words are not right. >> jimmy: i know. >> it's a different song. >> that's the whole joke. >> jimmy: hilarious. >> jimmy: next tweet is from at @allison cooper. she says -- ♪ >> jimmy: there you go. [ cheers and applause ] flu shots. >> steve: it's fall. this last one, down to our last one here, this one is a five seconds of summer original. >> it's from system of a down. >> jimmy: oh this one here? take it away, guys. ♪
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♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by a media entrepreneur with a series of very interesting new projects in the works. he also used to play baseball. please welcome a 14-time all-star, a five-time world series champion, and one of the greatest to ever wear a yankee uniform. the captain, derek jeter, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there you go.
thank you so much for stopping by. >> thanks, man. >> jimmy: thank you for coming to the show. before we get started, i was just wondering if you could just sign these derek jeter things, sign this photo here, because someone else wants to retire too. you know what he i'm saying? [ laughter ] >> i did it last week. if i had as much energy as jimmy, i could play for another five years. >> jimmy: no. look at this photo, by the way? this is from our pal, mary ellen matthews, who is a a great photographer on "saturday night live." isn't that beautiful, a photo of -- well, you can't say that, it's a photo of you. but i can say it. isn't that -- that's such a classic photo of you there, and that's the view that i see when i go to the games. [ laughter ] i see -- now and then -- >> well, i'm looking at you right now. >> jimmy: can i even just describe what happened, the last game you played in yankee stadium? i'm there. i'm there with lorne michaels and his wife and chris pratt. and i'm sitting there and i'm watching you. and i just get so excited to see you, 'cause i have known you for, like, probably over
ten years now. i've known you. so, i follow everything that you've done, and i'm at most of the games where you're breaking records or do doing something awesome. but i was just nervous for you tonight -- that night. i was just watching you, and i'm just rooting for you. so, eighth inning, you're gonna win. i go, okay, the yankees are gonna win. derek's last time up at-bat. that's all good, i'm fine. no, baltimore comes back. they come back and tie the game. so, it's a tie game, i go -- now we're going into the ninth inning. i go, and i'm looking at the order and i go, "derek's third, he's gonna get up again." i go, "this is just awful." >> you should have -- you should have heard what i was saying to myself. [ laughter ] it's like, you're like, you got to be -- >> i honestly was -- i thought i was gonna lose it on the field. you know? i thought i was gonna start crying from before the game even started and the eighth inning, the way it was looking, this was gonna be the end. so -- i was getting choked up and i was hoping that joe would get me out of there before i screwed something up. and then, you know, they tied the game and i got one more at-bat. >> jimmy: but this is unbelievable. so, you're there, there's
runner on first. oh, no. at first and then gardner gets out. and i go, don't hit a home run. because if you he hits a home run, you never get up and people will hate him for the rest of his life. you know? [ laughter ] and i go, please don't do that please. so i go, i was gonna lean in, honestly i'd take one for the team, just get hit with the ball, you know what i'm saying? >> right, right. >> jimmy: get on base. but smarter than i am, so he -- it's a sacrifice bunt, so the runner moves to second base. then you step up. and i -- i was just so nervous for you, i got so excited. and i don't know if you -- >> i've seen, i've seen. have you guys seen jimmy? >> jimmy: look i didn't -- >> during this time. >> jimmy: i forget that i was on camera, because i'm right behind you, but i am giddiest little kid. [ laughter ] i was so nervous, i'm just going like, please, please, please, come on, let him have one cool hit? >> now jimmy, yeah jimmy has been behind home plate for numerous games and he is always on camera. so, times that i've come up, i passed lou gehrig and jimmy was there. >> jimmy: that's right. >> and you see him jumping up and down and it's kind of -- see, i don't want to talk bad
about you, but it's kind of awkward because -- [ laughter ] and let me explain why. because he doesn't know what to do with his hands. [ laughter ] that's the thing is you don't really know what to do with your hands. >> jimmy: no, no. >> so it's funny to watch. >> jimmy: i just watched a clip i go, is that what i was doing here's the clip, and you will see me in the background. >> jimmy: now there's me right there, now, derek is up, i'm just nervous. i'm like come on -- [ laughter ] and i'm jumping up and down. [ laughter ] >> -- here you go. >> jimmy: look at it. who claps like that? i like, clapping like a puppet. i've never seen that. what is that clap? and i'm just so nervous for you. and then clapping again. stop clapping like that! [ laughter ] >> enough clapping. >> jimmy: and i'm gripping my hands. and then here comes the first pitch right there. i'm like distracting the pitcher, he's probably mad at me, and then here comes the pitch and then -- ah, no. oh my god -- it's a base hit! and then you go, and he runs and he runs, and he runs home, he is a coming home, he did, the yankees win! and that's it right there. and that was nuts. it was it, it was the best thing of all time. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ it's the greatest thing. look at this.
>> another -- one more funny thing is cc sabathia is the first one out there and you know, he is halfway to second base before antoine scores. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, if he was thrown out, it's me and cc celebrating in the middle of yankee stadium. [ laughter ] and the game is still tied. >> jimmy: no matter what? >> no matter what. so, psyched. >> jimmy: that guy was booking it, man. >> yeah. but i mean, every -- what you guys didn't see because they didn't show it when you watch the game, but during every inning, they would have a video highlight on the jumbotron of, like, everyone in the world saying good-bye to you. >> yeah, it's kind of a -- you know, i've said this before, it's almost like you're at your own funeral. [ laughter ] you know, everything has -- everyone had great things to say which i really appreciate, but it's very, very odd to be out there and hearing about yourself like you're about to die. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm still here, but it's the end it's like -- >> but that's why i was about to cry, i mean, i literally about was to lose it. >> jimmy: but i heard you went into the yankee tunnel couple times, like -- i just got to
get it out of your system, because -- >> i had to keep it together and before i went up for my last at bat, i knelt down and i said, "god, if you have anymore magical moments left in had you, can it please be right now?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, well you got it man, you got the magic moment. [ cheers and applause ] i have never seen anyone like you. it happens a lot to you. you get all the magical moments. i mean, some of your stats, 3,465 hits. sixth of all time, most of any yankee. most post-season games played, you hold the record, 158. most postseason runs scored, you hold the record, 111. most postseason season hits, 200, you hold the record. [ cheers and applause ] just insanity, go down the list, you did all this. >> it means we are getting old, jimmy. that's what it means. we're getting old. >> jimmy: no, that's not what it means. but this is what you wanted to do since you were a kid. >> i was -- this is the only dream i ever had. you know, my grandmother was a a huge yankee fan and i had 13 brothers and sisters, my mom has 13 brothers and sisters, so i used to spend every summer in
jersey and she would sit up and she'd watch yankee games, and that is the only thing i ever wanted to do and i've been bless and fortunate to have that opportunity. >> jimmy: that's just unbelievable. and what a -- i think out of all the cities, new york city is one of the toughest cities, especially press-wise and media-wise. >> well, i mean, it's tough. it's all i've known. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, look, the media has been fair with me, they are -- you know, they have criticized but the expectation level is high it's high for the fans, but i've had no complaints with the media. >> jimmy: yeah, you have always handled yourself perfect, and i go, ah, that's so great, everyone should do that i don't know how you did it, dodge the thing or just talk -- you have great parents. they raised you very well. [ laughter ] because they'd be like, "what happened with that? that was a screw up." you go, "well, look, we all played together. we were all trying to be --" and i'm like, such a great answer, man. that's so good. 'cause i would have been like, yeah, i know, isn't he awful? i played great. [ laughter ] but, you know, i was thinking had, you know, because most likely, they are probably going to retire the number 2, that's your number. and i was thinking, it's last single digit in yankee history.
>> it is. you know, yankees have a a storied franchise. there's a lot of great players. >> jimmy: 1's billy martin. babe ruth, number 3; lou gehrig, number 4. joe dimaggio, 5. i mean, you're on this list. >> well, i mean it hasn't happened. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, no.' exactly. we're gonna surprise you tonight. no, just kidding. [ laughter ] i'm not gonna do that to you. i wouldn't do that to you. >> i know. >> jimmy: i wouldn't do that to you. but, i mean, how fun and exciting, i mean, but i -- just trying to see what you're going through, how many games are in a season? >> 162. >> jimmy: 162 games. and every game, basically, is people saying good-bye to you, kind of. >> yeah, it was. you know, i announced that this was going to be my last year before the season started, because i felt like i had no choice. and i thought it would have been more difficult for me to play if i didn't announce that. and it's kind of hard to keep a a secret in new york. so -- >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. >> i decided to announce it everything that came along with it, i didn't expect it. i don't expect people to cheer for me or say nice things, but it felt good.
i would be lying to you if i said it didn't. >> jimmy: ah, it's amazing. and now you have more time to do other things, one being your charity, turn2foundation.org. i have been charity golfing with you one time, that was really fun. don't tell any stories. >> i told stories about jimmy last time. >> jimmy: i woke up and made the flight. that's all that matters. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> he got home. >> jimmy: i got home. i'm all right. i'm all safe. >> with a little assistance from his mom. >> jimmy: mom had to call and wake me up at the hotel. yeah. [ laughter ] doesn't matter. um, look -- now you have this -- you have this new website, the players' tribune. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: this is a great idea. i think it's a brilliant idea. this is basically, cuts out the middleman and let also the athletes basically just tell their own stories, write their own stories and give their own interviews you will straight up right to the -- >> yeah. well, it's a digital platform that we have for the athletes and we want the athletes to be able to share their own stories and really from a first-person perspective and it's really not out there and, you know, this
is not trying to eliminate the sports writers. i mean, the sports writers are what makes sports great and fun to watch and people's difference of opinion. but this just another avenue for the athletes to use, to express themselves and you know, in this day and age, i think athletes, they really like to share with the people everything about them. i, personally, have not done that. so, i personally, will not do that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you've been very good about that. exactly. >> this is not about me. this is about an avenue for the players. so -- >> jimmy: yeah, and you've got a bunch of great people that are going to be doing it. russell wilson just did a great thing. >> yeah, he a great piece today. so you guys check that out, you know, about bullying and domestic violence. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, that's -- you know, he decided to touch that topic. >> jimmy: really opened up, and it's really honest. >> athletes have a lot of opinions on things i think sometimes just talking with athletes from different sports, i think sometimes they get a a little hesitant to speak their minds because they don't know how it's going to be portrayed and you always hear people say, well, this was
taken out of context, but now it gives them the opportunity to say exactly what they want to say and we are pretty excited about it >> jimmy: check out theplayerstribune.com. more with derek jeter after the break, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] stick around. we've more stuff to talk about. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ (door bell rings)
this business? >> yeah. it's very -- you know, like we've said before, i -- tried to stay out of the spotlight as much as possible when it comes to my personal life throughout the years and -- but i understand that people are interested in content. i'm interested in content. i want to know everything about you, jimmy but -- [ laughter ] i know a lot of things about you. >> jimmy: you know too much about. you know too many things. yeah. >> but i'm interested in content. so i was able to partner with simon and shuster for my own publishing -- >> jimmy: this is brilliant because these are the photos, these have never been shown, but they are really nice. here's you, with your dad, charles. >> it's a family day. yes. so, i thought it was this great opportunity. you know, i had a photographer, chris anderson, follow me around this year get an opportunity to share some pictures with the fans because i understand they do want to see. >> jimmy: yeah. training right there? >> working out, trying to come back from an ankle injury. >> jimmy: yeah. now you -- >> i'm scared of what you might put up there next.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, i'm sorry. i'm not going to do it. here this is you on "dancing with the stars." that was great. [ laughter ] now look at this crazy. >> yeah, this is during the filming of the gatorade spot that i did in new york. >> jimmy: oh, man. beautiful spot. >> got a chance to mingle with some fans and basically get an opportunity to say thank you to yankee fans and baseball fans. >> jimmy: people want to see this stuff and they want to see the side of you, too, that a a lot of people don't know. i remember when i was at that game, you did something, i don't know if you remember doing it, but you walked out to your position after the game and just kneeled down and, like, put your head in your hand, like, "oh, he is gonna lose it." everyone was crying, i was like, i was just doing this. [ laughter ] and i was like -- i didn't know what else to do you went down there, had a little moment. >> yeah, i had a moment. i mean, i just thank god for giving me the opportunity to do what i've always wanted to do and have the opportunity to do it for so long, so it was a a time of reflection for me and i appreciate it.
>> jimmy: yeah that was a wild thing. nothis is another book you have out. this is actually a -- it's called "the contract," it's already number two on the "new york times" best sellers list," this is more of a story like a -- for young adults. >> yes, it's middle age school kids, book for them, based loosely on my experiences growing up. my parents used to make me sign a contract when i was younger. and that's what this was based on, whether it was doing well in school or curfews, which i always tried to negotiate but -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a cool thing. >> we literally had to sign contracts, me and my sister as well. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: it turned out for you, it worked but i mean -- >> it worked. but at the time, i wasn't too happy with it. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah exactly but -- a a picture of the contract thing was like you know, if you get a a 3.7 gpa, you get extra things. if you get a 4.0, that's awesome, even better, but, like, in like -- don't argue, don't argue. >> and i had to sign it i actually signed the contract and if i didn't do everything that was on it i couldn't play
sports. so it taught me a lot about setting goals and you know -- first contract i signed. >> jimmy: that's pretty cool, yes it's called "the contract," and honestly, i can't even tell you how much i love you and tell your mom and dad i said hi and i love them and your sister back there, but gosh, man what a great human you are. you are just awesome. were just so excited, congratulations. >> thank you. thank you [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks to derek jeter. we love this guy. come back whenever you want to man. >> you bet. >> jimmy: james marsden joins us next. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> jimmy: that's the energy you want. >> thank you. >> jimmy: that's the energy you want right there. >> i needed that after jeter. >> jimmy: you needed that >> thank you all. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. now you're retiring is that right? [ laughter ] >> that's it i'm done. i'm done. >> jimmy: thank you for being here, buddy. i know you just flew in from london. >> yeah, man. >> jimmy: you were doing press on the movie over there? >> yeah, i was working over there, yeah, doing press for the movie, interviews, things like that. >> jimmy: how is that? were you with foreign reporters? >> yeah, it's great. it is one of the great things about what do. we get to travel and promote the movie and everything. but, going to the u.k. -- just so many different accents and personalities. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. >> i was speaking to this lovely scottish woman over the phone on this radio interview. and she was talking to me about the movie, obviously, the movie is a very romantic movie, so she says -- [ scottish accent ] "so, james, you are quite the
hopeless romantic in this film. "fellum." they say "fellum." like trying to follow and sometimes it's difficult to understand what they're saying. [ scottish accent ] "now, in your real life, are you -- tell me, what are your thoughts about feet?" [ laughter ] what are my thoughts about feet? [ scottish accent ] "oh, no, no, no feet, like destiny. like fate." oh, fate. fate. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this got weird real quick. >> yeah. yeah. yeah. yeah. i believe in feet. [ laughter ] i believe in feet. >> jimmy: obsolutely. >> give her my -- it got weird. >> jimmy: you were telling me a a great story backstage about the first time you moved to los angeles and the first celebrity sighting. you never forget your first celebrity sighting. >> i grew up in oklahoma. when i moved to l.a., it was all about just finding a a celebrity on the streets or whatever. and there's this -- this's this horse ride you can take over the hollywood hills by the hollywood sign. i forget the name of the ranch, but you know, they take these great group horses -- group of people over into
the valley and you go to the mexican restaurant and everyone drinks shots of tequila, you get drunk and then you ride horses. a great idea. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's a terrible idea. >> it's a low-risk -- so, i will never forget, i saw fabio was on -- [ laughter ] was on this horse ride over the hills. >> jimmy: was he on a horse? >> on a horse. >> jimmy: come on! no way, man! that did not happen. >> it was so cliche. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how many tequilas did you have before you think you saw fabio? [ light laughter ] >> i didn't have any at first and then we went over and i had some tequila. >> jimmy: he said, "i can't believe it's not patron." [ laughter ] >> it was just great, i'm seeing fabio and he's on a a horse. and he was on, like, on this little, dumpy horse. it was not -- you would think would bring his own horse. >> jimmy: fabio doesn't have a a fleet of horses. he just takes whatever he gets, man. >> and he was on a first date -- he looked like he was on a a date, he wasn't very happy to be there. anyway, it was -- >> jimmy: oh my gosh, i love that. that's so good, man. like every -- you have been in a whole mess of different movies, action, you've been in
comedies, romantic, drama pieces. do you -- do you have different fans for each genre of film? >> yeah. yeah. you know, when someone stops you on the street, which, you know, it never happens that often, but when it does, someone -- it's always -- you're always trying to figure out what they saw you in, like, what are they going to recognize you. because, sometimes it's, you know "what do you play in?" you know? >> jimmy: what do you do? >> yeah, tell me what you do. but, yeah, you always try to guess what they know and there's a guy on the street the other day, who was just kind of really macho southern dude, wearing like an mma t-shirt. and he was like, "dude, can i get a picture with you, you're in my favorite movie of all time." i'm said, "yeah, man, whatever. yeah, sure." >> jimmy: x-men? >> so you're an "x-men" fan? he goes, "nah, 'notebook' dude." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> like really? >> jimmy: "notebook"? >> "yeah, man, i cried my ass off." [ laughter ] "my favorite movie." good for you, man. >> jimmy: okay. good for you, man. >> bold. unapologetically romantic. >> jimmy: he believes in feet. [ laughter ] he believes in feet.
you got to believe in feet. >> you've got to believe in feet. believe in it. >> jimmy: yeah, "the best ofme," this is another -- based on a nicholas sparks book again? >> yeah. yeah. >> jimmy: it's another romantic film. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you're good in those. >> thank you. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's why they cast you. >> i feel like every decade, i try to just -- >> jimmy: do a different one. what is this one about? can you sum it up? >> this is about -- it is similar to "the notebook" in that there's two different storylines or actually two different timelines i guess. you have a young couple who meet each other when they are very young and fall madly in love and then he gets in a bit of trouble and then they split up about 20 years. life kind of brings them back together and they get to decide whether or not they should be together or not. >> jimmy: come on. that's fantastic. i know this is one we all want -- [ applause ] >> i really should be here on valentine's day. >> jimmy: you really should be yeah. here's a clip. here's james marsden in "the best of me." take a look. >> what? why you laughing? >> i don't know, i guess i
just -- i missed this. i miss you getting all mad at me. >> i'm not mad. >> a little pushy. >> i'm not pushy. >> you just care so much, amanda. you just can't help yourself. >> i should go. >> why? >> this is dangerous. we have had wine and somehow, you have gotten better looking, which is so annoying. why couldn't you have gotten bald or fat or something? geez. [ applause ] >> jimmy: there you go. james marsden, everybody. do you believe in feet? see "the best of me" in theaters october 17th. 5 seconds of summer performs for us after the break. come on back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests hit number one on the billboard charts this summer with their self-titled debut album and they have already got a massive arena and amphitheater tour on tap for next year. performing their hit single "good girls," please welcome five seconds of summer! [ cheers and applause ]
♪ she's a good girl she's daddy's favorite he's saved for harvard he know she'll make it ♪ ♪ she's good at school she's never truant she can speak french i think she's fluent ♪ ♪ 'cause every night she studies hard in her room at least that's ♪ ♪ what her parents assume but she sneaks out the window to meet with her boyfriend ♪ ♪ here's what she told me the time that i caught 'em she said to me forget what you thought ♪ ♪ 'cause good girls are bad girls that haven't been caught so just turn around ♪ ♪ and forget what you saw 'cause good girls are bad girls that haven't been caught ♪ ♪ whoa she's a good girl a straight a student she's really into ♪ ♪ all that self-improvement i swear she lives in that library but if you ask ♪ ♪ her she'll say i love jimmy fallon but if you look
then you won't ♪ ♪ find her there she may be clever but she just acts too square 'cause in the ♪ ♪ back of the room where nobody looks she'll be with her boyfriend ♪ ♪ she's not reading books she said to me forget what you thought 'cause good girls ♪ ♪ are bad girls that haven't been caught so just turn around and forget what you saw ♪ ♪ 'cause good girls are bad girls that haven't been caught do do-do do-do-do derek jeter ♪ ♪ good girls are bad girls and good girls are bad girls do do-do do-do-do-do-do-do-do ♪ ♪ good girls are bad girls that haven't been caught she's a good girl hasn't been caught ♪ ♪ she's a good girl come on come on she said to me ♪ ♪ forget what you thought 'cause good girls are bad girls that haven't been caught ♪
♪ so just turn around and forget what you saw 'cause good girls are bad girls ♪ ♪ that haven't been caught she said to me forget what you thought 'cause good girls ♪ ♪ are bad girls that haven't been caught so just turn around and forget what you saw ♪ ♪ 'cause good girls are bad girls that haven't been caught ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's the way to do it. that's the way too do it right there. five seconds of summer! see them live november 15th and 16th at the forum in los angeles. we will be right back, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: my thanks to derek jeter, james marsden, 5 seconds of summer! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen, from philadelphia. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye bye! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- sarah silverman, actor and comedian, john mulaney,