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new video tonight of a very brave feisty raccoon living on the edge literally. he got himself into quite the predicament. he scaled a skyscraper in st. paul, minnesota. he became stranded and just kept going up, up the building. by the end of today he found himself 12 stories up. in the last couple of hours he started to slowly come down. he's on the 17th floor right now, sleeping, also getting quite the following on social media where people anxiously awaiting the little guy's next move. >> so high up that building. thanks for joining us here tonight. we hope you have a great day tomorrow. >> come down, little guy. [ cheers and applaus e ] ♪ >> 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 -- jeremy renner, --
derek hough, -- mrs. joanne rogers, -- musical guest christine and the queens featuring dam-funk and the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 8-8-2. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. that's a hot crowd. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome to -- welcome to "the tonight show." thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for being here. thank you for watching. all right, guys, last night,
after months of build-up, president trump finally met with north korean leader kim jong-un in singapore. it really seemed like they got along well. here they are meeting for the first time. >> jimmy: that is the -- that is the historic moment when they realized they both get their haircuts from the same weed whacker. [ laughter ] isn't that amazing? >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: it was a big deal. they shook hands. they said "hello" and then they whispered, "i can't believe that ihop is now international house of burgers. [ laughter ] ihob? what?" yep, they seemed pretty comfortable with each other. kim placed his hand on trump's back at one point. look at this. [ light laughter ] seems friendly but i'm not sure that kim was being very sincere. check out trump's back a few seconds later. look at this. come on. [ laughter ] hey, that is mean. that's not nice. >> steve: that is rude. >> jimmy: that is rude. >> steve: why would you do that? >> jimmy: of course, some people are questioning the meeting. one reporter asked, "how can you meet with someone with such
a bad human rights record?" trump was like, "sorry, is that question for me or kim?" [ laughter and applause ] later, one reporter asked trump how he can be so sure about kim jong- un. take a look at trump's response. >> how do you ensure that north korea is not all talk, no action? >> well, i think -- can you ensure anything? can i ensure that you're going to be able to sit down properly when you sit down? i mean, you can't ensure anything. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how hard does the president think sitting down properly is? [ laughter and applause ] but during that same press conference, trump was pretty vague about what went on in the meeting. he kept referring to "things." watch this. >> i just wrote down some of the things we got. a lot of things included. and then you have things that weren't included. we're going to be working with them on a lot of other things. and you look at all of those things that we got. a lot of things happened very fast. i think he wants to do things. a lot of great things can happen. things will change. things will be happening.
a lot of things happened. we have to do other things and that's a very important thing. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: he's jet lagged. he's jet lagged. >> steve: yeah, yeah. tired. >> jimmy: "there's a lot of things, a lot of things happened." [ light laughter ] he sounds like a student doing a book report on a book he didn't read. [ laughter ] "people were using things. there were a lot of things. then, turn the page, more things happened." did anyone notice this, while trump and kim stepped out of their limos for their first meeting, i couldn't help but think the whole thing seemed kind of like an episode of "the bachelorette." watch this. [ light laughter ] >> coming up on "the summit." meet kim, a 35-year-old dictator from pyongyang. [ laughter ] tonight, he's going on a a one-on-one date with donald, a 71-year-old social media influencer and steak enthusiast from washington. stay tuned to find out if this ends with friendship or the end of the world. >> jimmy: there it is, you never know. [ cheers and applause ] very interesting. that's right, last night was another amazing episode of "the bachelorette."
i love that show. one of best scenes is when david and jordan got into an argument during a group date. if you missed it, don't worry because here to re-enact that scene with actual lines from the show, are the roots' own tariq and questlove. guys? ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: whenever you're ready. >> questlove: thanks, jimmy. tonight, i'll be playing david, a 25-year-old venture capitalist from denver who's not having any of jordan. >> tariq: and i'll be playing jordan. [ light laughter ] 26-year-old male model from florida. who is not having any of david. >> jimmy: perfect. well, whenever you're ready. ♪ [ light laughter ] >> tariq: i got a notification one day that said "congratulations, you've reached 4,000 matches on tinder in 2017." >> questlove: what do you think your matching percentage is? >> tariq: well, i think if i swipe right on someone, they'll swipe right on me.
>> questlove: so you're 100%? >> tariq: eh, pretty close to it, yeah. >> questlove: mm, seems high. you know becca will be able to see through all that stuff. you're the skeleton of a man, david. [ laughter ] hey. cheers to you being a bitch. [ laughter ] >> questlove: jordan, i think we came here and said -- >> tariq: it's been a pleasure. no matter what. it's been a pleasure. david, you're living in a world of fiction in your own little head, so i think you need to chill out and stop talking to me. >> questlove: what's this look i'm getting from you right now? what's that one called? the clint eastwood? [ laughter ] >> tariq: you think i'm a joke? i'm a wilhelmina model. and if you're trying to tear down my image and my three-year contract with them, you're failing at it.
because guess what, attached to me is professionality. and if you're trying to wreck my image, you'll never succeed. because you know why? because my image is me. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. oh, my goodness. give him the emmy. give them the emmy right now. [ cheers and applause ] give them -- questlove and tariq right there, incredible. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks a lot. thank you very much. good to see you. yeah. [ light laughter ] [ laughter ] also i heard about a man here in new york who dresses up like a sorcerer, goes up to people on the subway and then grants them wishes. this is interesting, it turns out people's number one wish is for him to leave them alone. [ light laughter ] after they -- just get away from me. and finally, guys, it's "jurassic world" week here at the show. [ cheers ] now that "jurassic park" movies
are great but sometimes the dinosaur roars can be a little too intense. so for those of you too scared to watch "jurassic park," here's some dinosaur roars replaced with sounds we can all enjoy. watch this. [ screaming ] >> hey! >> hey! [ laughter ] >> whazzup! >> whazzup! >> whazzup! >> whazzup! >> whazzup! ♪ [ sneeze ] [ laughter ] >> ew! >> jimmy: there you go. [ cheers and applause ] we have a great show. give it up for the roots, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much, roots. we've got a great show tonight. from the new movie "tag," jeremy renner is on the show.
[ cheers and applause ] it's really funny. >> steve: he's a good dude. >> jimmy: plus, from "world of dance" here on nbc, derek hough is stopping by. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: also, she was the wife of fred rogers, the creator of "mister rogers' neighborhood." and the subject of a great, great new documentary about that show called "won't you be my neighbor?" mrs. joanne rogers is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: yeah! >> jimmy: that movie is fantastic. and we have great, great music from our pals christine and the queens featuring dam-funk. [ cheers and applause ] it's going to be great. stick around. we'll be right back with jeremy renner, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: hey guys. you know what's awesome? >> peanut butter? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, yeah. but you know what else is awesome? >> milk chocolate? >> jimmy: yeah, that too. but you know what else is awesome?
>> fudge? >> jimmy: actually yeah, but -- you know what's really, really awesome? [ all ] >> combining colossal chocolate dip peanut butter bites with flavor explosion in every chomp? >> jimmy: yes, that's true, but here's what's so awesome. [ all ] >> the new movie "jurassic world: fallen kingdom." >> jimmy: that's -- i didn't plan on you guys doing the lines but -- that's yes. that is right. [ all ] >> man. i wish there was a way you could combine all those things. >> jimmy: well, now you can. with the "jurassic chomp" blizzard. only at dq at participating locations. >> now that's awesome. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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jeremy renner! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: jeremy renner. we love you. welcome back to the show. >> yes. >> jimmy: congrats on the new movie "tag." it's super funny. >> yeah. it's great. >> jimmy: i have a friend of mine i see all the time. she goes, "i love your show." i go, "thanks so much." she goes, "i always watch it. i just can't wait to see the next time jeremy renner is gonna come on." [ laughter ] the only she watches the show. yeah, so just give her a wink. that's all. >> yeah, sure. >> jimmy: just during the interview. she loves you, buddy. yeah, all right. [ cheers and applause ] before we get into "tag" i want to talk about this and all the fun -- the cast is super amazing and fun. >> yeah, they are so great. >> jimmy: but i want to talk about "avengers" quickly. because i -- i know you guys -- [ cheers and applause ] we love you. we love the whole cast of that. you guys all got a tattoo.
>> six of us, original six did. >> jimmy: now -- >> 'cause there's a lot of avengers at this point now. i have no idea how many. >> jimmy: how many? >> i can't count -- >> jimmy: there's 350 -- >> yeah, geez -- >> jimmy: there's 355. >> yeah, that's a lot. that's a lot of costumes. >> jimmy: yeah. >> no, the original six got a a tattoo. because we'd all been together over the last decade. and spent a lot of time together and have a lot of similar shared experiences in life. so we got this symbol that this artist designed for us. >> jimmy: who is the artist? >> it's a guy at east side ink. >> jimmy: east side -- >> josh lord, yeah. >> jimmy: now -- >> he can explain it better, but it all represents, you know the arrow is obviously mine. and there's a widow sign. and you have to turn it different ways and i have no idea. >> jimmy: oh really? [ light laughter ] so it's all different -- >> i just know where -- i just know where mine's at. the arrow. >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely, yeah. the arrow is a big part. >> but all the original six are in there. so -- >> jimmy: so who's -- there's you, scarlett, robert -- >> the original six, yeah. hemsworth. >> jimmy: did ruffalo get it? >> ruffalo's the only one that kind of chickened out at the last minute. i'm not sure why. he just didn't want to do it or something. well get some, like -- henna. like get you something. it's not really about the
tattoo. it's about the celebration of our friendship that's bonded over the -- >> jimmy: over a decade. you spent a decade together. >> so we're on this group text, all the avengers. and then we're like -- >> jimmy: i want to be on this! i just wanna see it! [ laughter ] the avengers are on a group text? >> yeah, it's so dope. >> jimmy: dude, that's the secret of the next movie. they all -- group text each other? [ laughter ] >> yeah, yeah, yeah. and -- so, so -- we're like, ruffalo, everybody's just chiming in on, you know, we're having a a problem with ruffalo with this. i'm like, you know what guys? i have eric bana's number. let me give him a call. [ laughter ] the original hulk. >> jimmy: yeah, i'll call -- i'll call edward norton. see what he's up to. >> yeah, edward norton, i've got his number. we'll call him, see if he wants to get in on it. >> jimmy: but then i heard that you all end up tattooing the -- >> and that's the other thing too. so then this guy, he's way too brave, he allowed all of us to tattoo the same tattoo on him after he did us. >> jimmy: but do you know how to tattoo? >> no, man! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i just had to ask. >> you ever tattoo anyone? >> jimmy: no, i don't know how to tattoo. >> neither do i! >> jimmy: you did it though. >> so why he's asking me to do it? so i did it, and --
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: i love that's the way you think. >> i put gloves on. i had to get the lube. had this head lamp on. it's like going into surgery. it was really quite terrifying. all of us were there and everyone's, kind of got their phones out and kind of cheering us on. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> but, you know. it didn't seem so hard to draw an arrow, right? but, you know i did it. >> jimmy: well, let's talk about this, because sometimes actors take things to extremes. including you. last time you were here, you said, "dude, i'm fine now, i broke my arms. we'll talk about that next time i'm here." and i go, "i'm sorry, you broke your arms?" and i go, "doing what?" you go, "doing this movie 'tag.'" >> it's a comedy, you know. of course. >> jimmy: which is a comedy -- first of all, explain what the movie's about. just so every -- because i've seen you do stunts. i've seen you roll around and shoot an arrow. i've seen you jump out of explosions and everything. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: never broke your arms. >> yeah, yeah. the movie's about a real group of guys that play the game tag since they were 9-years-old. they're in their 50s now. and they've played it over these last 30 years.
and every year in the month of february, it's game on. they play to this day. >> jimmy: tag, is just like just -- >> it's a game of tag, but they go to an extreme. it's like a -- kind of like jason bourne style. they go -- they go -- they dress up in costumes. [ laughter ] and they go -- they go full-on out when they play. and we couldn't believe it. it's actually a true story. so we made this movie about it. and there's a stunt on the second day of the movie where i was avoiding all the guys. i play a guy jerry that's never been tagged in 30 years. so he's like the king of the game. >> jimmy: yeah. >> untouchable. which is kind of cool. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely, yeah. of course, yeah. >> anyway, i -- so i do this stunt. and i -- >> jimmy: what is the un >> it's a stk of chairs like 20 feet high and they're supposed to fall over and i'm supposedo ride it down like a a surf board and then keep running. [ laughter ] that happened a couple times. it wasn't quite good enough. said, let's do it again. but the hinge broke. anyway the stack of chairs was supposed to go and it didn't go and i went. and fell and broke -- well, i didn't know i broke my arms. i just fell on the ground. and i'm like, that kind of hurt. let's do it again.
so i went up -- >> jimmy: did it again? >> yeah, went up and did it again and it fell. i'm like, okay, whatever. >> jimmy: i can do better than that. my arm didn't look realistic. [ laughter ] >> like my arm's gonna hurt. i thought it kind of hurt, i figured i should go to the trailer and rest for a minute. i'm like, i have to go to the hospital. everything swelled up. he's like, yeah, i've got a a broken radial and a broken wrist. put some casts on -- >> jimmy: broke both of your arms falling from a stack of chairs. >> what do i do, what do i do now? i'm like, got to go back to work, finish the day. and so i went back to work. and -- >> jimmy: with two broken arms? >> it's the scene where i'm flinging doughnuts, one of my arm's broken, i couldn't take this cast off. but i could take this little thing off and through the doughnuts like this. so i had to keep going. otherwise, you know, i had "avengers" to do after that. i mean, i had to heal fast. so -- >> jimmy: but how did they hide the cast? >> only in the one -- >> jimmy: can you act? can you act with two -- >> well, you can't do a whole lot. i mean -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, but you can do like -- like we both did it, no one would know anything. >> i remember going, i was -- >> jimmy: if people are just tuning in now they think this is normal.
>> i was hucking donuts. this one night, was cg -- it had to be cg'd. i had a green sleeve on. >> jimmy: he cg'd your arm? >> yeah, but that -- [ laughter ] just that one scene. >> jimmy: wait, what? >> they are throwing donuts, and i'm doing this -- >> jimmy: out of all the "avengers" movies -- >> here's the worst part of it. i just go to the bathroom, they're like, you okay? oh, good man. i can keep going. let's go and finish the day. i go to the bathroom and they're like, "oh, god, jeremy's not coming back. he's not coming back." i got locked in the dang bathroom because it's a round knob. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like trying to open it. >> i couldn't use my -- >> jimmy: ahh! >> i'm kicking the door. like, "get me out!" i'm locked in the bathroom. by the way, by the way, by the way, my pants were down. i couldn't pull them up. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> my pants were down. i can't remember if han came in. somebody eventually came and got me. pants down around my ankles. i'm like, thanks. >> jimmy: just help me dude. >> can we go finish the day? >> jimmy: thanks, i want to -- shake your hand but i'll do that later. >> humiliating. humiliating. >> jimmy: i will tell people who stay tuned to the end of the credits of the movie "tag", because you will see the real people that this movie is based on.
>> yes, at's onef best parts of the film. >> jimmy: but it's also a a silhouette of you singing crash test dummies ♪ it's the "mmm mmm mmm mmm" song. >> "mmm mmm mmm mmm." >> jimmy: yeah, well that's a a great -- you did a great job. >> it's the strangest thing. my daughter's a big critic of all the music i like and i play in the car. >> jimmy: yeah. >> she's like, "i really like the song daddy. what's it called?" it's called "mmmm." [ light laughter ] it's like four ms. she's like, "i like the song, but that's not a word, daddy." i know. i know. >> jimmy: but it's a song -- it's a magical song. so stay tuned to the end of the credits and see that. but i want to show everyone a a clip. first, here's jeremy renner and jon hamm in "tag." take a look at this. >> hoagie's attempts to face me failed because he lacks confidence. ♪ >> yes. this is the moment i've been waiting for. i'm going to be the one who tags jerry. >> callahan will become distracted by his own arrogant
thoughts. ♪ which i will exploit. >> this will be my victory which makes sense because success breeds success. oh, god. ♪ >> no, no, no. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's how you do a a comedy. that's how you break your arms. we love you, buddy. jeremy renner, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "tag" is in theaters friday. we'll be right back with derek hough, everyone. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ does this map show the peninsula trail? you won't find that on a map. i'll take you there. take this left. if you listen real hard you can hear the whales.
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here on nbc. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome derek hough. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back. welcome back to the show, derek hough. >> thank you, man. >> jimmy: now, i love the entrance right there. everyone knows that you can dance. derek can dance. [ light laughter ] but you've also been playing music your whole life. >> yes. >> jimmy: i read about this. i didn't know you started off as a drummer? >> i did. i was a drummer in a beach boys tribute band. and i would go around utah county fairs playing -- >> jimmy: how old were you? >> i was about 8 years old. and it was a blast. i had a great time. and every once in a while, i would get up and do an elvis impersonation. and sing "hound dog." and i would get up and i'd be like -- doing all the whole moves.
[ cheers and applause ] but what was funny is my dad, he would -- he was like, "we'll have no pelvic thrusts in this household, young man." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, is that right? >> and now, i do it for a a living. so, it's great. yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry dad, i have to do it now. >> yeah, yeah. but love me some beach boys, man. i love the beach boys. >> jimmy: i love the beach boys as well. was that the only band you were in? >> no, not really. i had a band -- well, like a little pop group with my sister julianne and my friend mark. >> jimmy: yeah, i kind of remember this band. >> oh, no. oh, no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah, you're talking about -- >> oh, man. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: 2b1g? >> 2b -- >> jimmy: too big. [ cheers and applause ] first of all -- >> jimmy: first of all. >> that holds up. >> jimmy: look at that dude right there. i mean, come on. >> it holds up. 2b1g. two boys, one girl. so original. >> jimmy: 2b1g. also, like, too big. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's cool. >> and then, mark and i, we got into, like, a metal group. and i played drums. it was like emo. we would change our name every week. it was like lame excuse.
and then atticus. almost amy. we just kept changing our name. >> jimmy: almost amy? [ light laughter ] >> i don't know. >> jimmy: almost amy? >> yeah, our hair was down -- >> jimmy: how mysterious. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a great name. >> try to confuse everybody. >> jimmy: i like almost amy. i like derek can dance. that's pretty good. i mean, 2b1g, man. come on. [ cheers and applause ] do they even have -- >> stylin'. >> jimmy: look at julianne, too. we love your sister. >> she's, like, eight there or nine. >> jimmy: did you guys ever get, like, a shot at the big time? >> i wouldn't say a shot. i'd say it was one time actually, a gentleman came to our house. i lived in london at the time. and a gentleman came to the house and saw us perform. and it was actually simon cowell before "american idol" and everything like that. and i was like, i saw him on tv. "hey, that's that guy that came to the house and watched us sing and dance." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i would have done it better if i knew it was simon cowell. >> yeah, come on, man. like, "let's go, let's go again." >> jimmy: what was he, like, "not impressed"? [ light laughter ]
>> i honestly don't remember. he actually stayed and ate dinner as well. and then left and probably said, "not impressed." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he stayed and ate dinner? >> he did. yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: wow and you never -- >> and he probably doesn't remember that though. >> jimmy: that's wild, man. you had a chance to bring derek up. 2b1g, man. come on. >> 2b1g! >> jimmy: almost amy. i mean, come on, man. congrats on "world of dance." >> thank you. >> jimmy: i got to say the level of competition is even crazier than last year. >> it's unbelievable. >> jimmy: these people are so talented. >> just top of their game. and from all over the world. just the level of dance. the athleticism. creativity. >> jimmy: i like that you allowed some people -- some contestants to come back and try again to win this year. >> well, that's like true competition, right? you know, you don't win one year. you go back, you re-evaluate, you re-strategize and you come back even better. and that's what we've done. >> jimmy: and you try to win the super bowl the next year. >> that's exactly right. and we have some amazing groups who come back and soloists. and it's just an amazing show to be part of. i love it so much. >> jimmy: and everyone's great
in the show. jenna, ne-yo, and j. lo. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: you actually have a a rule where you don't -- won't allow yourself to dance with j. lo? >> oh, yeah, yeah. i've kind of banned myself from dancing with jennifer, because i'm such a klutz when i get around her. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: most men are. they really are. [ laughter ] >> i mean, i'm a pretty good partner i would say. and when i get around her, there was a time when i dipped her and i stepped on her hair and i pulled her back up and -- [ audience ohs ] and the ladies are like, "how dare you?" [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's jennifer lopez's hair, yeah. >> and then, we were like doing a super bowl commercial and i -- they're like, "freestyle." i'm like, "all right, cool." and i went to, like, a a james brown split. and as i did that, she was doing, like, a strut forward and fell off the stage. i was like, "no!" [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> so, i don't know what happens, but i can't dance around her. >> jimmy: no, please don't. because we love her. she's an american treasure. please, no messing with j. lo. >> so i keep a little bit a a ways from her, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip. here's derek hough from tonight's episode of "world of dance." take a look at this. >> the use of formation. the way the ladies on the outside and using the color coordination.
i loved it. the hat trick. you caught the thing with your elbow. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's hot. >> that was awesome. >> i'm a sucker for a hat trick. i got to admit. i am. >> but also, you know, in popping and locking, there's a a lot of knee work. it's not easy. and you guys made it look easy. so congratulations. i love you guys. >> i love you too. >> jimmy: oh, you're fantastic, buddy. [ cheers and applause ] you're fantastic. >> so fun, so fun. >> jimmy: i also should mention "world of dance" master class. >> yes. >> jimmy: now what is this now you're doing this year? >> yeah if you go to "world of dance" masterclass.com. we actually have lessons that you can take online and really in depth. really in depth. really broken down. really high quality. and it's for beginners, you know. people who are dancers, who are professionals. there's something for everybody. and it's amazing. we got like cha cha, jive, contemporary, urban dance with keone and mari from last season. teaching about choreography and timing and musicality. it's really awesome.
it's fantastic. >> jimmy: can you teach anyone you think? >> i think so. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you think maybe you can give me a good move maybe, just in case i go to the club or something? [ laughter ] >> i mean, we'll do something -- something you can do with your wife, how about that? a little partner move, yeah, yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> okay. >> jimmy: what do i do? >> so come over here. >> jimmy: okay. >> so i'll be your wife. [ light laughter ] ♪ go this way. look at me. now look at me on this side. double turn. double turn. [ cheers ] see. double turn. double turn. ♪ [ cheers ] >> jimmy: derek hough, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] honey, honey, we got to talk. "world of dance" is on tuesday nights at 10:00 p.m. here on nbc. we'll be right back with joanne rogers. stick around. dude, i love that move. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> i'm so happy to be here. you know, this kid grew up with the program. >> jimmy: yeah, i did. i grew up with your husband, absolutely. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: i was a neighbor. >> right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i was his neighbor. i loved the show so much. so much of our generation loved it so much. he's just such a kind and compassionate guy. >> jimmy, i wouldn't have come at age 90, i would not have come from pittsburgh to here for anybody besides you. [ audience aws ] [ applause ] it's just wonderful to be here. i adore you. >> jimmy: i adore you too. i just -- i was fascinated because i saw the documentary. i was excited even before the documentary came out. and i watched it and you're going to love it. there's so many things i didn't know about him. and i didn't know about the significance of the number 143. can you tell everyone about that? >> well, he really wanted to remain at 143 all his life. >> jimmy: he weighed 143?
>> yeah, allis adult lif i and especially after he started swimming. he swam every day. he was very pleased when he'd get out of swimming, go and get on the scale -- 143. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and it was -- one was "i." four was l-o-v-e, love. three was y-o-u. [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: i love you. [ applause ] >> yes. >> jimmy: that's amazing. >> he had enough love to go around, too. >> jimmy: was that his little wink to you? >> oh, yes. >> jimmy: yeah. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: where did you guys meet? >> we met at college at rollins down in florida. >> jimmy: and you said you never met a guy like this before? >> no, he was -- he was different. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] he was, right? >> yeah, but he was -- and in his young days, he was lively and full of fun. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and -- but he talked about his feelings.
and i could talk about my feelings to him and the things that bothered us. the things -- the things that we loved. and then, you know you built -- you can't build a friendship without doing that. >> jimmy: you do. yes. so you built a friendship. as well as being married. >> and don't you have to have a a friendship to fall back on through your married life? >> jimmy: yeah. and that's what made it work. >> we had it for 50 years. so that was nice. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: when you see the documentary, one thing i didn't know, that he was a minister. >> he was, yes. >> jimmy: he decided to put his focus on children's tv. >> yes, he had always belonged to the presbyterian church. and they can be kind of stogy sometimes. but -- [ light laughter ] but he was ordained as an evangelist to carry on the work that he was doing in television
with families and children. >> jimmy: yeah. but where did he get his start? where did he -- >> well, he just continued to -- he got his start for this particular program in canada. for the cbc. >> jimmy: wow. >> but he had been at wqed television in pittsburgh, an educational community station, from almost the beginning. he started here in -- at nbc. >> jimmy: really? >> to learn the business. >> jimmy: he just learned from the best, all these people. >> yes. >> jimmy: but then took it to public tv. >> took it to public tv. >> jimmy: what a great path. no one would have guessed that that would be the way to go to last over 30 years on television. >> he knew he wanted to work with children. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and he didn't want children to grow up as consumers. to be thought of as consumers. >> jimmy: because that's what
all these other kid shows were doing. they were like selling -- >> selling -- >> jimmy: plastic guns and things. >> yes, exactly. >> jimmy: yeah. where you dress up like -- and he -- the connection he makes and also how deep the show was. i do remember him tackling some stuff. when i was -- i watched him all the time with my sister. and we grew up. loved him so much. and just him putting his sneakers on and sweater. i just looked forward to the whole thing. and the documentary, you go, oh, he thought of that, he did that on purpose because that set the tone for the show and the speed of the show. like, no, i'm going to take my time. and it set the tempo of the show. he was just so friendly. but then he talked about stuff that was adult stuff to children. he talked about divorce. >> hard things. >> jimmy: hard things, absolutely. >> hard things. >> jimmy: he talked about war. >> death. >> jimmy: death. >> divorce. >> jimmy: assassination. >> yes. that was a part of the documentary as well. yeah.
>> jimmy: explain, what is this picture? this photo here, do you have a a story for this one? >> that is the -- that is the policeman on the program. >> jimmy: yep. >> officer clemmons. >> jimmy: that's right. >> and he came by on a hot day and fred was out. just soaking his feet in a a little kiddie tub -- kiddie pool. he had the hose and he was just putting water in. and he said this to francois. "come -- it's a hot day, sit down with me and get your feet cool." and he said, "oh, i don't -- i didn't bring a towel or anything." "you can use my towel." >> jimmy: yeah. >> and at that time in history, white people didn't want african- americans in their swimming pools. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and so they were putting acids in, pouring acid and all kinds of bad things in to keep them out. and fred knew about that. this was having to do with
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and you are who you are." and he saw this mean face changed from mean to kind of like happy. [ light laughter ] and he goes, "you just got yourself $20 million." right there. and everyone clapped. [ cheers and applause ] i loved him so much. i want to -- let's take a look at a clip from "won't you be my neighbor?" now playing in select theaters. ♪ >> a little boy came up to him and said, "mr. rogers, how did you get out?" and so he talked to the little boy and explained what television was all about. the little boy's just taking all that in. going "uh-huh, uh-huh." and when fred finished, he said the little boy said, "how are you gonna get back in?" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm gonna write this down. see what this says?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: here with the u.s. tv debut of her new song "girlfriend," please welcome christine and the queens featuring dam-funk and the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ i'm gone in a flick but back in a second with salted skin rash for no reason ♪ ♪ boys are loading their arms girls gasp with envy for whom are they mimicking endlessly ♪
♪ same old sadness in small lumps on my jaw for lusting after is the usual freak show ♪ ♪ may your girl come birdie die under this spur fingers angrily sunk on the jugular ♪ ♪ girlfriend don't feel like a girlfriend but lover damn, i'd be your lover ♪ ♪ girlfriend don't feel like a girlfriend but lover damn, i'd be your lover ♪ ♪ yes, sir i am wet for i abandoned my fame in the lake ♪ ♪ let's see now how
fast you're breathing and how long this will all take ♪ ♪ those who used to pass by me think they are baffling a liar ♪ ♪ you don't even taste much better came back steaming in sweats in the morning ♪ ♪ i muscled in for i wanted to hold him then shriveled to let those bird-dogs rage through ♪ ♪ girlfriend girlfriend don't feel like a girlfriend but lover lover damn, i'd be your lover ♪ ♪ girlfriend don't feel like a girlfriend oh no no no but lover lover damn, i'd be your lover ♪
♪ chris, i don't know why you trippin ♪ ♪ touché, touché touché, touché touché, touché touché, touché ♪ ♪ touché, touché touché, touché touché, touché touché, touché ♪ ♪ you got to keep on rollin' girl keep rollin' rollin' ♪ ♪ baby, baby, baby touché, touché touché, touché ♪ ♪ baby, baby, baby touché, touché touché, touché ♪ ♪ baby, baby, baby touché, touché touché, touché ♪ ♪ oh, no touché, touché touché, touché yeah ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yes! oh, my goodness. that is how you do it right there. christine and the queens, dam-funk, "girlfriend." "girlfriend" is out now. we'll be right back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to jeremy renner, derek hough. mrs. joanne rogers. christine and the queens. dam-funk. [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania. [ 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, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight, julianna margulies, from "tag" actress, annabelle wallis, comic book writer tom king, featuring the 8g band with brian frasier-moore. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? that's fantastic to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. following his summit with north korean leader kim jong-un, president trump said in an interview that kim is quote, "a funny guy.