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on saturday. again, partly sunny skies as we head towards the afternoon. we'll be dry and also that sun breaking out. 70 there at 4:00 in the afternoon. and for carnival on tomorrow, low 60s. the parade on sunday looks like a lot more sunshine if you're here visiting in town. >> sounds good. thanks, jeff. >> have a great weekend, folks. >> yes and be safe this memorial day weekend. bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> 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 -- julianna margulies, giancarlo stanton, magician, dan white, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 880! >> steve: and now, here he is,
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jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is a hot crowd! welcome! oh, i love you guys. this is a hot new york city crowd, tonight. welcome, everybody. welcome. [ cheers and applause ] welcome to "the tonight show." let's get to some news. i read that president trump actually uses two cell phones. one for making calls and one for twitter. [ laughter ] and at night each phone looks at the other one and thinks, "well, at least i'm not that guy." [ laughter and applause ] . this is a big story, though. former statehouse minority
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leader stacey abrams became the first black woman nominated to run for governor in the state of georgia. which means that she could be the first black woman to be governor in u.s. history. [ cheers and applause ] here to talk about that is "tonight show" correspondent yamaneika saunders, everybody. yamaneika! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: yamaneika! >> oh my god, oh my god. i am so excited. i mean, we might have our first black female governor. >> jimmy: that's right. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] i mean, you know, it's definitely time's up for men, but it's about damn time for black women. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i agree with -- a pretty historic moment. are you a big supporter of stacey abrams? >> oh, definitely. she is, like, a great example of being unapologetically black, you know what i mean? like, that's happening a lot right now. you know, meghan markle had her wedding, right? >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and it was like a black history month presentation. [ laughter ] all right? beyonce turned coachella into
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"the wiz." [ laughter ] and stacey abrams quite possibly is going to be the first governor to have sisterlocks. now, i know there's white people at home going, "what the hell is sisterlocks?" look. just google it. 'cause black people, we've had to google things like "hacky sack" and "why do white people wave at boats?" [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hacky sack. [ light laughter ] it's fun to wave at boats. >> is it? >> jimmy: yeah, it's pretty cool, yeah. >> listen, i'm proud of her. you know what i'm saying? and i'm inspired. >> jimmy: are you saying you're going to run for governor? >> hell, no. i'ma run for president, okay? [ cheers and applause ] yamaneika for president in 2020! i'ma win! >> jimmy: all right, go for it. yamaneika saunders, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ running for president. guys, this is fun. mcdonald's just released a new jingle to promote their breakfast items. it's actually pretty catchy, take a listen to this. ♪ wake up wake up to a mcdonald's breakfast so hot and delicious
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>> jimmy: yeah, i love it. [ laughter ] i guess it's stuck in everybody's head. check out what happened the other day when trump was in a a meeting at the white house. >> in terms the creation of the new jobs here in america -- ♪ wake up wake up to a mcdonald's breakfast so hot and delicious you'll love it for sure ♪ >> i agree 100%. >> jimmy: yeah, there you go. [ cheers and applause ] oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. some more music news, i heard that there was a glitch on google this week where if you searched the phrase "nsync members" it named justin timberlake, jc, lance, chris, and shaquille o'neal. [ laughter ] well, not a lot of people know this, but it turns out that shaq actually did do some background vocals on an nsync song. listen closely, see if you can hear him. ♪ ♪ you may hate me but it ain't no lie baby bye-bye-bye i'm shaq ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm shaq? >> steve: i'm shaq? [ applause ] >> jimmy: finally, you guys, game one of the stanley cup finals is this monday between the vegas golden knights and the washington capitals. now as you know, at the end of these -- [ cheers ] sure. at the end of the series they give out the most valuable player award. but, they also give out other awards during the series. sort of like the ones in high school yearbooks like, most likely to succeed, class clown, stuff like that. so, with that in mind it's time for "tonight show superlatives." here we go. ♪ tonight show superlatives ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first player is washington capitals left wing jakub vrana. he was voted most likely to be the love child of ryan gosling and stewie griffin. [ laughter ] very handsome baby. next up from the capitals' is alex ovechkin. he was voted most likely to tell his barber, "i'm not angry, i'm just disappointed." [ laughter and applause ] i know you can do better.
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next up from vegas is marc-andre fleury. he was voted most likely to get caught in the locker room inflating his torso with a bike pump. [ laughter and applause ] go, go gadget! yeah. next up from washington we have brett connolly. he was voted most likely to have been told by the photographer, "maybe let's try one where you don't smile." [ laughter and applause ] "you don't have to smile." next up from vegas is ryan reeves. he was voted most likely to escort you out of the club even though he doesn't work there. [ laughter and applause ] next up from washington is braden holtby. he was voted most likely to comb his neck. oh, that's interesting. >> steve: wow. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: next up from washington is jay beagle. he was voted most likely to constantly say, "pop quiz, when's my birthday?" and then tickle you if you're wrong. [ laughter and applause ] next from the capitals you have philipp grubauer.
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he was voted most likely to try to eat the same rock a couple of different times. [ laughter and applause ] and finally for the golden knights we have erik haula. he was voted donald trump jr. jr. there you go. those are our stanley cup superlatives. give it up, for the roots everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: smooth. >> jimmy: that is some smooth ass jazz. >> seth: that's super smooth man. [ laughter ] that's like nair, that's like jazz that's been naired. >> jimmy: guys, next month is father's day and we here at "the tonight show" want to show all the dads out there how much we appreciate them. so we're going to do this fun thing with parents where we ask you guys to send us videos of your kids answering questions about their dads. questions like what's your dad's job, how old is your dad, what makes your dad grumpy? >> steve: sure, man. >> jimmy: just go to
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tonightshow.com/thatsmydad. to find all the questions we want you guys to ask your kids. and instructions on how to submit. >> steve: oh, good. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] what are you gonna do with them? what then? what then? >> jimmy: and who knows, your kid could be on the show. >> steve: wow, that's great! [ cheers and applause ] smooth. >> jimmy: we've got another fun show tonight. from the new show "dietland," julianna margulies is here. >> steve: wow! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love her. >> steve: she's fantastic. >> jimmy: plus this guy's one of the best baseball players on the planet. from the new york yankees, giancarlo stanton is stopping by! >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: a beast man. >> steve: he's big. he's smooth. >> jimmy: he's the best. and he's one of the best magicians out there. dan white is back on the show. >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: dan white. [ cheers and applause ] magician, illusionist, whatever you want to call him, he's unbelievable. he has a show here at the nomad hotel. and it's -- dude it is -- have you been yet? >> steve: not yet. i'm going. >> jimmy: it's freaky, dude. quest, you've seen it, right?
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>> questlove: yeah, a couple of times. >> jimmy: he's unbelievable, you've got to go. it's like a small setting. it's really hard to get tickets. you probably couldn't get tickets. >> steve: i can't get tickets. [ light laughter ] i tried. >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: i mean you said you were going to get me tickets. then i showed up -- >> jimmy: no, i actually told them that -- to not allow you in. >> steve: i saw you this there too. you were having a great time. >> jimmy: yeah, i was pointing at you. >> steve: you were laughing. >> jimmy: that's the guy. [ light laughter ] no, i go there, i went to the show there, it was so much fun. it's kind of like a loungey type of -- you've got to have a cocktail and just him do these tricks right in front of you. he was like levitating off the ground, floating, i don't know how he did it. >> steve: magic. >> jimmy: there was no strings. i guess it was magic, yeah. [ laughter ] every time dan's here he blows our mind with a new trick. so, he's doing a brand-new trick at the end of the show tonight. so you'll wanna stick around for that. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: stick around, we'll be right back with "thank you notes," everybody. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ music playing
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♪ a toast, from estrella jalisco. pa arriba! to the stars of the mexican national team. pa abajo! to the stars that know you don't get here by luck but after years of dedication. green, white and red.
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pa dentro! we are all in this together, no matter what! vamos por la estrella. estrella jalisco, the only premium mexican cerveza proud to be the official beer of the mexican national team. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. today is friday. that's usually when i catch up on personal stuff. you know, i check my inbox, i return e-mails, and of course i
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send out thank you notes. and i was just -- [ cheers and applause ] i was running a bit behind today. so i thought if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd just like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that cool with you guys? [ cheers and applause ] i appreciate that. james, can i get thank you note writing music, please? ♪ >> steve: wow. [ laughter ] smooth james. >> jimmy: yep. >> steve: look at him. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, horseshoes, for encouraging my drunk friends to throw heavy pieces of metal in my backyard. [ laughter and applause ] that's always fun. not dangerous. ♪ [ light laughter ] thank you, cole slaw, or as i like to call you after five minutes, plate juice. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: you want some? >> jimmy: plate juice. ♪ thank you, starbucks logo, for answering the question, what if a mermaid threw up gang signs? [ laughter and applause ]
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♪ thank you, huggies, for being named after the last thing you'd ever want to give a a diaper. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: there's plate juice here. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, nantucket nectars, for being snapples with a trust fund. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: you knew a guy from nantucket. >> jimmy: what's that? [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, yankees slugger giancarlo stanton, for leaving miami for new york, or as that's also known, the reverse grandma. [ laughter and applause ]
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oh, hey! [ cheers and applause ] hey, hey! ♪ giancarlo stanton, from the new york yankess! how you doing, man? >> how's it going? >> jimmy: look at that, standing ovation. [ cheers and applause ] they love you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: oh, look at that. they love you. [ cheers and applause ] oh, hi, buddy. >> what's up? >> jimmy: what are you doing? what are you doing here? >> well, it's my first -- it's is my first year here in new york. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> so i wanted to write a a little thank you note, if that's all right. >> jimmy: you want to write a a thank you note? sure. >> yeah. >> jimmy: of course you can, please. >> cool. >> jimmy: by all means, take a a seat. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. james, can i get some writing music, please? [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, new york, for welcoming me with open arms. you booed me in the past, but now it's time for you to be my boo. [ laughter ] we can take long strolls through central park. and maybe one day i'll even put a ring on it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! that's what i'm talking about right there. giancarlo stanton, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest tonight is an emmy and golden globe-winning actress. you can see her in the new show "diet land" which premieres monday, june 4th, at 9:00 p.m. on amc. everyone please welcome julianna margulies! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: you look fantastic, pal. welcome back. how is everything? >> i love your cookbook, yes. sorry. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. he's the best. >> yeah, it's all about the food.
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>> jimmy: he is, yeah. he's -- he knows his stuff. >> i know. >> jimmy: you got to get his other book, "the creative quest." you know that one? >> no. >> jimmy: oh, that's the one you've got to get. yeah. that's the new jam. >> but i keep up on the food stuff because now i have time to cook. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] for doing a show called "diet land." and now you're doing -- >> yes. >> jimmy: you have time to cook. interesting, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: how are you doing? how's the family? how's everybody? >> the family's good, really good. i don't remember the last time i was on your show. >> jimmy: yeah, probably a a couple of years ago. >> it was a couple of years ago. >> jimmy: two or three? yeah? >> it might have been three because my kid is 10 now. >> jimmy: is he 10? >> yeah. >> jimmy: is it kiran? >> kiran, yeah. so jimmy always graciously gives these lovely baskets in the dressing rooms with cookies and things. and i always get a jimmy fallon "tonight show" t-shirt. >> jimmy: yeah. >> which i give to my kid, who then takes it and wears it as a a smock in art class at school. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay, sure. >> and -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: or you could wear it. but, yeah, yeah.
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no. [ laughter ] cleans up dirty floors with my t-shirts, that's nice. very thoughtful. >> he's a little bit -- not obsessed with you, but he -- >> jimmy: he is? >> you're very much a part of our lives. because unbeknownst to me, i've been very strict about television. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but of course, the darn taxis in new york city -- >> jimmy: that's where most people see me, yeah. >> yes! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they're like, that's the guy from the taxi. yeah. [ light laughter ] >> so -- and he loves watching you. because they'll always have a a monologue or something that you've done. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so anyway, he liked to wear your shirt. so he brought, you know, home at the end of the year the green -- it was green that year that you gave -- >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> and it was a mess. it had paint all over it. and you know, what one does in first grade or whatever. >> jimmy: use it as a smock, sure, yeah. [ light laughter ] >> so anyway, we were making sock puppet things. i make these little snake puppet things for him. i was looking for stuff for the snake. the sock. oh, i'll just cut up this t-shirt. because it's wrecked. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: wow. >> so -- >> jimmy: wow. >> i cut the t-shirt in strips so i could shove it into my little sock puppet. and kiran walked in, and he went, "what are you doing?" >> jimmy: yeah. >> and he -- he never cries. >> jimmy: yeah. >> he started melting down over your t-shirt. >> jimmy: yeah. it's his favorite. >> kiran, kiran, it's a a jimmy -- i'll get you another one. e een one!" and he just lost it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and so i called the next day. and i said, i know this sounds weird but i have to have a a green jimmy fallon t-shirt because apparently i've ruined my son's life. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] but don't -- we don't make -- we don't do those anymore. it was a one-off. but i do have something for kiran. >> it was a one-off, they don't do them in green. >> jimmy: maybe this should help him right here. i've got a bag of t-shirts for kiran. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] this is like -- this is like 30 sock puppets. >> oh my god. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is like 10 smocks.
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>> you are the -- there's not one green one. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no we don't make any green anymore, no. we'll work on that green one, getting him that one, yeah. >> okay. this is good. now, this will be his camp suit case. >> jimmy: yeah, i love that. [ laughter ] kiran, thank you for being a a fan, i love you. thank you for watching all those taxi clips. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, you're sweet. yeah, he does love those. >> jimmy: i can give it to him, though. you got it? [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: what else? what else is he into? >> so, and here's another, jimmy, this is so weird. you know, it's like -- i haven't been here in a couple of years. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but it's as if you were right here in my heart. >> jimmy: i'm always there pal. >> so kiran's really into world war ii. i think a lot of 10-year-old boys are. and we watched this documentary on pbs about world war ii. so he got very obsessed with world war ii. and we took him to london over spring break, and he went to the world war ii museum. he's into it. so then we decided to watch "band of brothers." guess who's in "band of brothers?" [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's my biggest cameo ever. i'm in "band of brothers." did he start laughing at it? >> i had no idea. >> jimmy: because it's a a dramatic role. >> he -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i was not funny at all.
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>> "oh, mom! it's jimmy fallon!" >> jimmy: this guy, i can't lose this guy. i'm cutting his t-shirts up. i can't get rid of the guy. i keep following him around. dude, d use. >> jimmy: that episode was directed by tom hanks. >> yes. >> jimmy: and i was so nervous. i have to just drive a jeep and say my line, like "good luck, boys." i played lieutenant george -- [ laughter ] lieutenant george rice. and they were all mad that i came in just because they were like, what is this comedian? but i auditioned for the role and everything. >> you did? >> jimmy: i'm so into it, yeah. for tony to, hbo, and tom. >> oh my god. >> jimmy: i was so nervous. and so i go, "great, let's do this." and then they go, "great. we'll come back, wait till it gets dark. then we'll do it." i go, "i have to drive in the dark?" they go, "yeah." i go, okay. and i'm, like, from new york, so i don't know how to drive at all. [ laughter ] >> and it's a stick shift. >> jimmy: and it's a stick shift. >> yeah, of course. >> jimmy: and it's a real world war ii jeep. so you've got to press, then put it in neutral, then put it in first, and ease up -- i don't know how to drive. so i go -- [ light laughter ] and i just say my line and i'm supposed to look really heroic. so i go -- i go -- >> that's so good. >> jimmy: "good luck, boys." [ laughter ]
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and it's like -- dude, it's like, "cut, cut!" he's like, "what happened there?" i go, "tom, i am so sorry, man, i have no idea how to drive a a stick shift. i don't know how to drive." he's like, "you don't know how to drive, what are you talking about? what did you think we were going to do?" >> that's true, new york city people don't know how to drive. >> jimmy: we take cabs and stuff. so then -- so he goes, dude, all right, let's do it again. just press the clutch, and i'll two guys push the car out of the way." [ laughter ] so i'm so nervous. there's like two hundred extras. i drive, i hit my spot. i go, "good luck, boys." and i forgot to press the clutch. and these two dudes are pushing the car and the wheels aren't moving because the clutch isn't in. and i'm going, like, "good luck, guys." [ laughter ] ♪ [ applause ] i don't know how they made it work, but they made the it work. i love that he watches it. >>wo it works. >> jimmy: you have a new addition to the family. >> we have, we got a dog. >> jimmy: that's fantastic! >> yes, thank you.
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>> jimmy: you've never had a a dog? >> no. my husband grew up with dogs. i never had a dog. and my kid has been asking for a dog since he could talk. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and when i was on "the good wife," i could barely, you know, clean up his poop, i wasn't about to start -- >> jimmy: oh my god. >> cleaning up a dog's poop. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. that's a lot of that. >> but after -- >> jimmy: what kind of a dog? i love the name of this type of dog. >> so we have a woodle. do you know what a woodle is? >> jimmy: i mean, it just sounds so cute. i've never heard of a woodle. >> a woodle is a wheaten terrier/poodle mix. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. come on. >> they're very sweet. and i should have brought a a picture of her, but then it would be weird. i've become a weird dog person, now. >> jimmy: oh really? >> yeah, i mean -- >> jimmy: take a lot of photos. >> i take pictures, i send them to my husband at work, it's not good. >> jimmy: do you talk to the dog with a different voice? >> no one in my household can talk to the dog in a normal voice. >> jimmy: you got -- is it high or low? >> so kiran goes up like three octaves. [ speaking gibberish ] i mean, it's just -- and lies on the floor and just lets her lick his whole face, which i'm like --
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>> jimmy: that's what you're supposed to do. oh, no. oh, please. >> and for some reason, my husband can't say anything once. so everything is, well, good morning good morning good morning! [ laughter ] and it's -- it's so bizarre. and i, i mean, i'm just as guilty because i cannot look at her -- see, i start -- look! oh my god. >> jimmy: i want to eat you. [ speaking gibberish ] >> it's just, they're just so loyal and sweet and they don't talk back. >> jimmy: what's the dog's name? i know, it's the best. dogs are the greatest. i have a dog, she's fantastic. >> your dog's name is? >> jimmy: her name is gary. >> her name is gary. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she doesn't -- i mean, she loves her name. >> sure, she doesn't know. >> jimmy: no, she doesn't know. i mean, yeah. what's your dog's name? >> so my son named the dog before we found the dog. >> jimmy: okay. >> and he -- and it turned out it's a girl dog. >> jimmy: okay. >> and he named her rocket. and i was like, oh. well. really? because it's a girl. >> jimmy: yeah.
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>> and he said, it's gender neutral, mom. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he said that? that's a great kid. see? i like him. i like him. >> that is such a new york city kid thing to say, you know. >> jimmy: new york city kid. >> and i was like, okay. so sorry. >> jimmy: yeah, i love it. intense. >> so, you know. it's -- it's -- my mother-in-law and -- and my father-in-law have a dog. and they live in d.c. and d.c. has become a place that's a little hard for people who work and live there. because of some new occupants. so anyway. [ laughter ] when we got woodle, i liked to just call her woodle. i actually wanted to name her woodle. i think that's a funny name for a dog. >> jimmy: yeah. you don't have -- >> i can just say, walk it. >> jimmy: you say, walk it. walk it, woodle woodle, walk it. yeah, exactly. >> but anyway, so she gave us a a lovely welcoming basket for the dog. and in it was these trump poop bags. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: on my god. >> and it has trump's face on it. it's red. and it just has his face like this right in the middle.
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and there's this sort of really cathartic, therapeutic moment. and i just stand there and i go, "you take a poopie! [ laughter ] take a poopie!" >> jimmy: let's talk about "diet land." >> let's. right. that's why i'm here. >> jimmy: what made you -- >> i forgot. >> jimmy: what made you come -- oh, well that's good conversation. what are you here for? what made you come back to tv? >> oh. >> jimmy: because we love you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean -- what made you? was it the script or the book? >> well, i took it. yeah, it was all of it. it was the schedule. i have to be honest. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i was tired after "the good wife." seven years on that show wiped me out. >> jimmy: it's a lot of work. i don't know if people understand how long those hours are. >> yeah, and i mean -- >> jimmy: it's good stuff. >> it's a great problem to have and i loved doing it. i didn't realize how tired i was till i stopped. i think you just don't. you go, go, go, and you're so grateful to be there. and then i didn't. anyway, so i took a year off. and then the script came to me. not just one script. so on network tv you do 22 episodes a year and the poor writers are just writing as fast as they can, but sometimes you don't get the script until
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12 hours before you're about to shoot it. >> jimmy: you've got to memorize your lines. >> and you got to memorize it, and you're still in court, the new scripts come. so i'm not used to this. i got five scripts and they weren't even going to be shooting for another two months. so for me that was a vacation. [ laughter ] i could learn -- >> jimmy: i could memorize, learn my lines. >> learn my lines. and i loved the story. i loved that it was 10 episodes. i made sure i was only working two days an episode so i could still have a life. >> jimmy: yeah, and you have a a kid. >> and i play this character that i've never, ever been given a chance to play. >> jimmy: it's kind of -- it is kind of like a villain version of julianna. we've never seen this before. >> i hope it's not any version of me, jimmy. >> jimmy: no. >> but it's definitely a a villain. >> jimmy: yeah, no. >> i hope in my worst moments i'm not like her. >> jimmy: never, of course you're not. but it must be fun to do that. >> it's so much fun. someone said to me, they saw the pilot, and they said, it's kind of like "devil wears prada" meets "fight club." [ light laughter ] a female "fight club." >> jimmy: yeah. >> but it's got a lot packed into it and it's sort of on this backdrop of this
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incredible actress, joy nash, who plays the lead. she plays an obese girl who is waiting for her life to start once she gets her surgery so that she can be a size six. and a group of women stop her on the way and say, why can't your life start now? what do you think is going to happen? >> jimmy: absolutely. >> and i love that. it's such a positive body image. and it talks about women's body issues.y woman who's afraid of aging, afraid of gaining an ounce. she's insane. someone asked me the other day, why do you think kitty's such a a bitch? i'm like, well she's starving. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she's just hungry, yeah. >> she's really hungry. and it was a chance for me to just have fun and be the villain and i never get to do that. so -- >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip. here's julianna margulies in the new show "diet land." take a look at this. >> you have to be absolutely fanatical to stay under a size two.
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i never talk about this around here, but, menopause? peri, in my case, you know me. always have to be first. suddenly i had this middle. my chef had to cut absolutely everything white out of my menu. you could do things for the face, the body, even the hands. but the waist? you have to attack. around here, you start looking like somebody's grandmother? you're out. martha stewart can get away with it, she sells hot glue guns. but taste makers? no. mark my word. it won't happen to me. i will not be left behind. >> jimmy: whoa, whoa, whoa! you're so not her. [ cheers and applause ] julianna margulies, everybody! "diet land" premieres june 4th at 9:00 p.m. on amc. we'll be right back with new york yankee giancarlo stanton, stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a four-time major league baseball all-star, the reigning national league mvp, and now he's a member of the new york yankees. take a look at what he did in his very first at-bat as a a yankee. >> swung on and drilled to deep right center field. it is high, it is far, it is gone! it is a stantonian home run. a two run blast to right center in his first yankee at-bat. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: ladies and gentlemen, please welcome giancarlo stanton! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: thank you for being here. >> yeah, no problem. >> jimmy: and thank you for doing that thank you note earlier. we should be thanking you. because man, the yanks are crushing it right now. >> that's right, we are. >> jimmy: oh my god. >> yep. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: but now you -- you think this is the most talented team you've ever been a part of? >> absolutely? >> jimmy: really? >> even, any team i've faced hasn't been this talented. >> jimmy: really? because i mean the lineup is -- it's nuts. it's fantastic. >> top to bottom, man. >> jimmy: i went to one game this season. i got to see you. but i try not to get involved with making eye contact. >> why not? >> jimmy: i just don't want, like, ruin -- get you not psyched up or something. i don't wanna -- >> if i'm standing on deck we got to do a staring contest. or see -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, i don't like that. i don't like that. >> see who looks -- >> jimmy: because you're an intimidating guy and you kind of frighten me now. i mean -- [ laughter ] you're a big guy. and i just don't want to -- i want you to stay focused on the game and really go out there and win. and i mean, now and then i'll see like jeter or someone like that. and he's always focused, but
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he'll look at me quick, he'll be like -- [ laughter ] you know, and just give me a a little nod. but i don't want to do this so i try not to even look at you when you come out. >> all right, well we need a a little, like, sign language or something. >> jimmy: okay, maybe -- what do you do? like when you come out of the dugout, what -- do you like just bring the bat? do you -- >> you know -- >> jimmy: twirl it around? >> a little bit. you know? >> jimmy: or maybe, could you twirl it around and then maybe give it a point? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do a little point. twirl to a little point. yeah and i won't even -- we'll just know that that's for us. >> okay, all right. [ laughter ] done deal. >> jimmy: you don't have to discuss it. yeah, exactly. we know -- you obviously know how to swing a bat, man. it's just awesome to watch you. and it's always to against when you come up.e sandwich.eaone off. >> uh-huh, right. >> jimmy: then you eat it. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> that's the right way. >> jimmy: that's not how you eat a kit kat. >> that's the way to do it, i'm sorry. >> jimmy: that's not how you do it. i got to say, when you -- when you walk up to the plate, you
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have to have a cool song. something intimidating. something that gets you psyched up, ready to hit home runs. i think i've got the song for you. i think you should change your song. >> new walkup. okay. let's hear it. >> jimmy: now this is a real song. questlove, this is real. i did not do this. i did not make this up. [ light laughter ] he thinks i -- no, this is a a real song by a fan of yours. and it's called "giancarlo stanton." that's the name of the song. >> okay. >> jimmy: and that's actually all the words. >> to the song. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: get ready for this. and just imagine yourself getting psyched up to hit a a home run. here you go. ♪ ♪ giancarlo stanton giancarlo stanton giancarlo stanton giancarlo stanton ♪ >> got some flow, got some rhythm to it, you know. ♪ giancarlo stanton giancarlo stanton ♪ >> i mean, that, hey -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: kind of hypnotized you a little bit. >> yeah, you know. >> jimmy: it kind of hypnotized you a little bit. roots, is there any way to make that -- >> questlove: that was you. >> jimmy: that was not me,
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dude. i wish i was the genius behind -- ♪ giancarlo stanton giancarlo stanton giancarlo ♪ dude, tariq, give it a a little -- give it a little love. ♪ giancarlo stanton giancarlo stanton giancarlo stanton giancarlo stanton ♪ >> jimmy: i think it's great. take the weekend. take the weekend, think about it. >> think about it, okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and then let me know when you say no. all right, perfect, thank you. giancarlo, we're so psyched that you landed here in new york. another giant star on the new york yankees. you're here on "the tonight show." would you like to take the yankee oath? >> absolutely, let's do it. >> jimmy: this is your hat right here. [ cheers and applause ] >> all right. >> jimmy: i got my hat. just read off those cue cards right there. and james, can we get a little take me out to the ball game? ♪ >> from the bronx to brooklyn, to fans around the world. from spring to october we give you our word. we'll play hard every inning, yankees old and new. we'll honor our pinstripes and bleed yankee blue. for the past and for the
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future. for this game and this year. we echo and chorus that great yankee cheer. >> jimmy: let's go yankees! ♪ >> let's go yankees! ♪ >> let's go yankees! ♪ >> let's go yankees! ♪ >> jimmy: giancarlo stanton, everybody! we'll be right back with magician dan white. stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ oh my life ♪ ♪ is changing every day ♪ ♪ in every possible way ♪ ♪ ♪ i want more ♪ ♪ impossible to ignore ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we are joined right now by a a talented, talented magician who performs his sold-out show six times a week at the nomad hotel right here in new york city. tonight he's back to perform a a brand-new trick he's designed just for us. give it up, please, for dan white! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> dan white! >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. please. welcome back to the show -- >> thanks so much for having me. this is nice. >> jimmy: yeah, it's good to have you on the -- here at the desk. how's the family, everyone good? everyone good? >> yeah, i just had a baby, actually. >> jimmy: i knew you did. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly, congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, i appreciate it. >> jimmy: now you just came in right now, you shook my hand. >> yes. >> jimmy: now that already -- i feel like something happened to
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me already. [ laughter ] >> it might have, it might have. actually, i'd like to try something with you right now. it's actually one of my most favorite creations. >> jimmy: okay. >> but before we do that, i got to warm up a little bit. so -- >> jimmy: okay. >> quite literally, we're going to do something with fire, with some matches. >> jimmy: okay. >> i have a pack of matches here. >> jimmy: yep. >> and i don't know if you can see this but i'd like you to just touch one of those matches. any one at all. >> jimmy: okay. that one. >> that one right there. we're going to take it out. >> jimmy: okay. >> i want to hold on to that match there. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i'm going to close the match pack. and i want you to hold out your hand. >> jimmy: okay. >> fantastic. i won't burn you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is this trick. >> squeeze those matches tight. >> jimmy: yep. okay. [ laughter ] >> did you feel -- did you feel that? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i --
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[ laughter ] >> what do you feel? >> jimmy: i mean, am i supposed to be turned on or -- [ laughter and applause ] so far it's working for me, yeah. [ laughter ] this is fantastic. >> jimmy, open up your hand. open up the matches. take a look inside. >> jimmy: whoa. [ audience oohs ] >> inside the match. okay, and check that out. that's actually reattached on there. >> jimmy: wow. >> but, wait, okay, so let's -- that's sort of the warmup. we're going to take this just a a little bit further, okay? [ laughter ] i want you to -- >> jimmy: i would take that. i know -- >> hold on, hold on. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how the hell did that happen? >> hold your hand out again. i want you to hold the matches again, we're going to do a card trick. okay, we're going to take it little further by doing a card trick. i've got a deck of cards here. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. i'm going to go through them. and in a second what i want you to do is as i sort of riffle through them -- >> jimmy: mm-hmm. >> i just want you to say "stop." >> jimmy: okay. >> whenever you want. >> jimmy: sure. >> okay, so here we go. >> jimmy: stop. >> right there? >> jimmy: yes. >> look at the card. >> jimmy: yeah. >> remember it. >> jimmy: i see it. >> just remember it. do you see it? >> jimmy: yes.
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>> commit it to memory, lock that image in your head. >> jimmy: got it. >> okay, nice, perfect, perfect, perfect. [ laughter ] jimmy, why don't you place your other hand on top of the deck. >> jimmy: okay. >> good. i want you to look at me. i want you to think of the card. now in the deck there's red cards -- and okay, good, that's great. [ laughter ] that's fantastic. >> jimmy: i didn't do anything! >> it's red card. it's a red card. okay, good. so there's hearts and diamonds -- you blinked. >> okay, so it's a diamond -- >> jimmy: what's going on, dude? [ laughter ] >> there's number cards. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and picture cards. [ laughter and applause ] i feel like you might be throwing me off, okay. so is it a number card? you're trying to make it obviously. [ laughter ] number card? yeah, okay. [ laughter ] there's odds and evens. odds -- [ laughter ] i think it might be an odd. >> jimmy: odds and evens. >> odd, odd. >> jimmy: odds and evens. you would think -- >> yeah, okay, so -- >> jimmy: you would think it's odd. that's funny. [ laughter ] you know, i'm not sure, is
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it -- is it odd? >> jimmy: i mean, do you want me to tell you? >> yeah, yeah, odd -- i'm thinking it's odd. >> jimmy: it is odd. >> okay, okay. so there's a 3, there's a 5 -- oh, there it was. okay, so it's a 5 -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what's going on? what are you talking about? >> is it the 5f >> jimmy: yes. [ laughter ] red 5 of diamonds. >> red 5 of diamonds. here's the crazy part. while we were doing all of that -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> while we were doing all of that your hand's been on the top of that deck the entire time. >> jimmy: yes? >> your card's now gone. you saw that, you burned that image into your mind. >> jimmy: yeah. >> your card's not there. lift up your hand. check this out. in the deck there's the 5 of hearts. all through, no -- >> jimmy: you're kidding me. don't even -- [ laughter ] >> 5 of diamonds. >> jimmy: all right, don't even -- >> hypothetically -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don't even, no, i mean -- >> where would the most impossible place for that card to end up being? >> jimmy: this is insane. [ laughter ]
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this is why -- this is why i love you, this is insanely -- it's -- there's no way that i -- i am holding that card. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy, turn over your hand. [ laughter ] [ drumroll ] >> jimmy: this is just -- >> open it up. >> jimmy: uh -- >> now that would have been cool, right, i mean -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you got me on that one, yeah. >> but wait. open it up. [ drumroll ] [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: oh, my god! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ that is awesome, dude! that is how you do it right there! dan white! [ cheers and applause ] for tickets to the magician visit nomadupstairs.com. more "tonight show" after the break. stick around. woah! that was awesome! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: once again, dan white, everybody. come on, that was unbelievable. [ cheers and applause ] thank you, buddy. my thanks to julianna margulies, giancarlo stanton, dan white, and the roots right there from philadelphia. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great weekend. hope to see you next week. bye-bye, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- ethan hawke. pulitzer prize-winning author and journalist ronan farrow. star of "killing eve," actress jodie comer. featuring the 8g band with matt byrne. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that is fantastic to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. president trump tweeted yesterday about white house staffers who have spoken anonymously to the press and said "leakers are traitors and cowards." added trump, "and i'll find you

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