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movie or something. >> the woman halanded on the ground. luckily, the woman is okay. but that could have been dang dangero dangerous. >> i'm glad she let go. >> a lesson to us all. >> not too windy, i hope? >> we had gusty winds. and it will calm down. our temperatures will reach in the low 70s. we'll see showers in the forecast, starting tuesday night. heading into wednesday. >> it's been wonderful having you here with us. are you back to the mornings? >> i'm back on the mornings. [ 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 -- ice t, russell wilson, musical guest ozuna, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 1031. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much, everybody! welcome! [ cheers and applause ] looking good! looking good! welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. [ cheers and applause ] give it up for the roots, right there.
[ cheers and applause ] okay, so, show of hands, how many people are celebrating st. patrick's day this weekend? [ cheers and applause ] and how many, show of hands, how many of you have been pre-gaming since new year's? [ cheers and applause ] okay, yeah. here in new york, the big st. patrick's day parade is on saturday. just so you know, it starts at 11:00 a.m. on fifth avenue, and for most of you, it will end somewhere around midnight at a a police station. [ laughter and applause ] but the parade is going to be great. over two million people are coming out to watch, so we wanted to share a st. patrick's day safety message from our pal, ice t. take a look. >> announcer: and now, a st. patrick's day safety message from ice t. >> don't puke in the streets, you green bitches. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: this has been a a st. patrick's day safety message from ice t. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's nice. but you guys, this weekend is going to be crazy. you've got st. patrick's day. it's spring break. [ cheers and applause ] and it's march madness. [ cheers and applause ]
americans looked at the president and said, "okay, now you can declare a national emergency." [ laughter and applause ] it's official. now you can do it. march madness brackett comes out on st. patrick's day, which means that you'll have to fill it out while you're hung over monday morning. they say it's going to be the first time everyone picks advil to play gatorade in the finals. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] here's a big tv story. this week, we found out that hannah b. is going to be the next "bachelorette." [ cheers and applause ] and the show just revealed all 33 male contestants for the new season. when they met each other, they were like, "wait, you're luke, a 26-year-old bartender? i'm luke, a 26-year-old bartender. nice to meet you." [ laughter and applause ] i looked at all 33 of the guys, and i think hannah b. has got a a tough decision to make. does she want a guy who refuses to put his thumbs in his pockets? [ light laughter ] or a guy who only puts his thumbs in his pockets? [ laughter and applause ] that's the question. those are the real contestants, by the way, yeah. i don't know if you guys heard this, but this month, batman -- batman is turning 80.
[ audience ohs ] you can tell batman's getting old because now his utility belt is all the way up here. [ laughter and applause ] guys, the final season of "game of thrones" starts in less than a month. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: whoa. >> jimmy: and get this, in a a new interview, the actor who plays jamie lannster defended his character's relationship with his sister, saying, "it's one of the few true love stories." [ light laughter ] then the actor's real sister was like, "you know what? i'm not going to be able to make it to thanksgiving this year. [ laughter and applause ] something came up. got to go, bye!" this is pretty cool. i saw that there's a fashion designer that's selling "game of thrones" inspired clothing. the clothes are so on brand with the show that when you order them, you don't get them for two years. [ laughter and applause ] here's a ridiculous story. did you guys hear about this? it's real. a goat became the mayor of a a town in vermont this week. [ light laughter ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: a goat. but actually, it's not that crazy, when you consider that the oldest goat in vermont is running for president. so i mean -- [ laughter and applause ] seriously, what is going on? a live goat was sworn in as
mayor. so if you're wondering how vermont's doing since they legalized weed, i'd say it's going about how you'd think it's going. yeah. [ applause ] a goat is our mayor. oh, and this is weird, too. not goat mayor weird, but it's weird. [ light laughter ] apparently, there's a vending machine in san francisco that is selling baguettes. even those best buy vending machines at the airport are like, "who's buying anything from that?" [ laughter and applause ] didn't really like that joke? it's okay. [ light laughter ] i liked it because i -- >> steve: you think those machines are crazy. >> jimmy: i think those vending machines are hilarious. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: so you're going to go to the airport. >> steve: right. on your way to a plane. >> jimmy: you're on your way to the plane. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: and you're going to buy a phone? [ light laughter ] >> steve: you know what i need? i think -- >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: i'm going on a trip. >> jimmy: yeah sure, buddy. you gotta wait like three minutes. they're boarding right now, dude. >> steve: i think i need a a phone. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: dude, i'm not an idiot. i know i'm getting on the plane. i need headphones. i'm going to buy $800 earbuds.
[ light laughter ] from this vending machine. i'm not a fool. >> steve: i'm not an idiot. >> jimmy: i'm not a total idiot. >> steve: no, i'm going to buy a converter that takes my new iphone cable, hooks into an old iphone cable. >> jimmy: but we're boarding right now. >> steve: no, i know. but i've got time. and $1,200. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: we're boarding right now. [ light laughter ] dude, i know, i'm boarding right now. i just got to decide, do i want a heart monitor? [ light laughter ] or a scale that tells me what my body mass is? [ light laughter ] guys, listen to this. a woman in california was arrested after she took a a six-pack of beer into a a target dressing room, chugged it, and then walked out. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ afterwards, the woman apologized and said, "i am so sorry. i thought this was a walmart." [ laughter and applause ] i'm sorry. that's my bad. and finally, speaking of drinking, with st. patrick's coming up this weekend, we wanted to honor the holiday in a special way. that's right, it's time for "drunk people try to do things." ♪ ♪
[ bleep ] ♪ [ bleep ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much, everybody! today is friday and that's usually when i catch up with some personal stuff. you know, i check my inbox, i return some e-mails. >> steve: oh, my gosh! [ light laughter ] that's fast. >> jimmy: and, of course -- >> steve: ooh, more e-mails. >> jimmy: i just got an e-mail from myself, so i had to reply. [ light laughter ] and of course, i send out thank-you notes. >> steve: really? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, and 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 ] hey james, could i get some thank you note writing music, please? ♪ that's more than enough. thank you james, that's enough. >> steve: that's good. >> jimmy: thank you, james. [ laughter ] >> steve: man. >> jimmy: more than enough. >> steve: look at me. look at me. >> jimmy: more than enough, yeah. [ light laughter ] i guess this is the james show all of a sudden.
>> steve: i guess. [ light laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, giving things up for lent, or as it's also known, "let's try those new year's resolution one more time." [ laughter and applause ] i'm going to give up chocolate again. >> steve: yeah. no chocolate. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm a choc-o-holic. >> steve: really? i'm an alcoholic. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sad. mine's cute. >> steve: well, mine's cute, too. >> jimmy: gosh. ♪ thank you, skrulls from the new "captain marvel" movie, for looking how i feel the day after st. patrick's day. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ thank you, ferrero rocher for being the only candy that's pronounced like you already have it stuck in your teeth. ferrero rocher. ferrero rocher. >> steve: tom brokaw. >> jimmy: yeah. ♪
thank you, people who order gluten-free beer at a bar, for finding the perfect way to let people know that you care about your health, but not really. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ thank you, emergen-c, or as people in their 20s call it, health insurance. [ laughter and applause ] preventive. >> steve: yes. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, paper straws, for giving me a good two sips before i'm just sucking on wet cardboard. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ >> steve: is that the last thank you note? >> jimmy: what's that? [ laughter ] this here? >> steve: yeah, is that the last note? >> jimmy: yeah, this might be the last one. just for now. >> steve: okay. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean we'll be back next friday with all fresh thank you notes. >> steve: oh! oh, my god, i'm so relieved. [ light laughter ] i thought that was going to be the last thank you note. ♪ of all time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, just now, just tonight. >> steve: oh, okay, just for today. because you did a bunch of them
before. [ laughter ] so now there's no more in the pile. should have used my brain. that's the last one. i got you now, chief, all up here. io capisco, right here, baby. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: wasn't even like a -- >> steve: a quiz, a test? >> jimmy: yes, it was not a a quiz or a test. >> steve: no, because i figured out, i passed the test. that's the last thank you note. go for it. knock it out of the park. no pressure. [ light laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, gas station convenience stores, for always being there in case i need a phone charger, a map, or some bootleg viagra with a a dragon on it. there you go, everybody. those are my thank you notes. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with ice t. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ in 1969, engineers put a man on the moon with technology less powerful than any smartphone.
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which airs mondays at 8:00 p.m. on oxygen. please welcome ice t! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ that's what it is cold-blooded that's what it is ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: looking good, as always! welcome back to the show. >> it's always fun, man. it's always fun. >> jimmy: i've got to tell you, i just saw the cutest girl. your little girl is beautiful. >> thank you. >> jimmy: she's adorable. >> thank you. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh! i'm so happy i finally got to meet her. >> she was trying to go on the stage. she's like, "i can go with you, daddy?" i'm like, "not yet. not until you're ready to sing." she wants to be out here. she loves it. >> jimmy: she's so cute. and i was like, "how old are you?" "i'm three. i'm three." >> yeah. >> jimmy: little dimples, oh, my gosh. >> best thing that ever happened to me in my life, honestly, you know? they say when a man has a child in the second half of his life, it sets a reset button, you
know? so, when i had my daughter, there was no other accolades i could get. i didn't need another record, another anything. but when i had this daughter -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> this baby, it's like, i'm brand-new. >> jimmy: wow. >> so it's just great. >> jimmy: great. that's awesome. [ applause ] let me show you a picture of her. look how cute this baby is. [ audience aws ] i mean, come on. what is she -- >> now, that's at her birthday party. that's actually a cake she was kicking -- i mean kissing. >> jimmy: yeah. >> peppa pig. peppa pig. >> jimmy: oh, dude, i have a a five and a four-year-old. >> you know about peppa pig? >> jimmy: nothing but peppa pig in my house. there's paw patrol. but peppa pig is in. >> peppa pig is bugged out. because it's like a british show. and it's low, as far as all the cgi and stuff goes. this is a very simple cartoon. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> but the kids love it. so, at her party, we had two pigs. peppa pig showed up and her brother, george. people dressed as peppa pig. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but the crazy part, right in the middle of it, george passed
out. [ laughter ] so -- >> jimmy: what? >> yeah, so, i'm at the party. i see peppa come in. you know, they come walking in in the suits. and then i see george. and then all of a sudden, i hear this scream, like, "ah!" and the kids are screaming. and george, for whatever reason, just fainted. he fell on top of the kids. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? >> yo, it gets worse. in the words of onyx, "wa-wa-wait, it gets worse." >> jimmy: yeah. >> so then he had to pop his head off. and then all the kids were like, "ah! ah!" "ah!" >> jimmy: oh, my god. so, you know, the kids are traumatized. we picked george up. and we're trying to get him out. i don't know whether he was drunk. i don't know what happened. so he gets out of the room. and then we're trying to distract the kids, like, "cut the cake, cut the cake!" and the kids are still like, "ah!" so now all my money's going to therapy for 20 kids. >> jimmy: it was a therapy party. oh, my god. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i follow you on twitter. and i love -- i love the way
you run twitter. i love it. and i know that it's you running. >> well, twitter to me is nothing but a chat room. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's a virtual chat room where it's going right now. and you pick who you want to listen to. you pick who you care what they're saying, right? so on my page, it says, "you know, i am the moderator of this chat room. i alone am the moderator. continue." and anything i don't like on it -- anything could happen. and i also started -- my twitter handle is @finallevel, right? >> jimmy: yeah. >> so i started the fltg was the final level twitter gang. so, i said, "this is going to be my rules." i can see when twitter first started. i said, "whoever has the mob will control this, right?" so i blocked and muted everybody that disagrees with what i think. this is -- you know, yes, i'm a a tyrant on this thing, right? and basically we've got a nice, cool group of people, the @finallevel twitter gang. and you know, i can have cool conversations. and it's fun. >> jimmy: yeah, it's great.
and the daily game? >> well, the daily game is something i figured out. i said i wanted people to be able to come back every day and me to drop a little bit of knowledge. so daily game is things that i've learned or other quotes that i see that i think are important to, you know, motivate people and uplift them. so, if you come in every day i say something fly. >> jimmy: yeah, i'll share a a couple examples here. >> all right. >> jimmy: this one says, "you can be dope and humble at the same time." that's good. >> do you agree? i think -- i mean i think to me, people think, "oh, well, being cool is being arrogant." but it's the exact opposite, you know? the coolest people don't have to tell you who they are. in the streets, we say, "if it's real, it's going to show." >> jimmy: yeah. >> you ain't gotta tell me you fly. if it's real, it's going to show. you think you got a lot of women? if it's real, it's going to show. [ laughter ] you know? if you think you're sharp -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> black thought, if it's real, it's going to show. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you ain't got to talk about it. so being humble, you don't have to talk, because everybody sees it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, they know what it is.
>> jimmy: oh, i like this one, too. "if you look at the people in your circle and don't get inspired, then you don't have a a circle, you have a cage." [ light laughter ] >> that's real talk. >> jimmy: yeah, everyone just sat back three inches, like, wow. >> i did -- that's not one of my quotes. that's something i saw on the internet that i had to share with my followers. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but it's real. i mean, i think the people you have in your circle, if they're negative, they're going to put you in that world. and if you look at your friend and you're like, "i'm inspired by him. and i'm inspired by her." that is going to now make you move upwards. i'm inspired by you. fortunately, i've got you in my circle. so that's what it's all about. >> jimmy: thank you. >> not having people that want to make you feel bad about yourself or what you are trying to do. >> jimmy: i feel like you find out later in life, too that i wish i knew earlier. just get negative out of your life. >> you can't, though. that's just something that comes with time. >> jimmy: it does, yeah. >> it comes with time. you have to be around a lot of negative people to be able to actually know who they are. like, to say, "okay, got you, met you before. get the [ bleep ] out of here." [ laughter ]
[ applause ] >> jimmy: exactly right. this one is something i just share. i just love. it says, "social media has made too many of you comfortable with disrespecting people and not getting punched in the mouth for it." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that got applause! that got applause. >> i mean -- i mean, i also say, "what's a safe distance to talk mess to somebody you know will punch you in the face? the internet." >> jimmy: wow. >> it's a safe distance. i mean, i've never had anybody in my life walk up to me and disrespect me face-to-face, ever. i mean, the people that are haters, they don't say anything to you. they'll never -- but on the internet, it's fun. you can troll people. i'm sure people say dumb stuff to you. it's like -- >> jimmy: sure. >> you know, it's a coward move. it's a coward move. so you know, i'm not saying everybody should get punched in the face but some of them should. [ laughter ] some of them should. >> jimmy: you do -- you have another thing that you do with your twitter account. do you know what i'm talking about?
>> the dumb [ bleep ] of the day. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's right. i'm glad you said it. >> yeah. dumb [ bleep ] tweet of the day. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and what happens is, every once in a while -- you know, because i read my comments. and someone will just say some way out stuff that just makes no sense. you know -- you know, one guy was telling me today that, you know, "i'm a police officer." i'm like, "you think tv's real, my [ bleep ]? really?" i mean, i don't know. so you get an award. you get an award for just being that simply stupid. [ laughter ] you know? and then my fans, my followers address you. that's your award, all the comments. >> jimmy: that's your reward for being -- >> now, you can't try to get it. now that i've told you my twitter handle, don't go and try it. because i know who you are. and i see you're stupid. and you're trying. it has to be honestly -- you have to think you're saying something smart. and i'm like, "wow, you are just a dumb -- and go away." and then there's a new one i'm
giving out called the clown -- of the day. it's similar. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: but different reward program on that one. >> got to do that. you've got to regulate these people. >> jimmy: i love it. and it's fun. follow @finallevel just 'cause it's just a good account to follow. i love it. congrats on "law & order," again. we talk about it. obviously, it's 20 -- >> 20 years. >> jimmy: 20 years on television. [ cheers and applause ] can you believe that? does that sound odd even coming out of your mouth? i mean -- >> dude, i went on "law & order" to do four episodes. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i was only supposed to do four episodes. and everybody was so wonderful, back with chris meloni, belzer. >> jimmy: everyone. >> you know, dann florek, mariska. mariska's incredible. we were just recently on here together. >> jimmy: mariska's -- yeah. >> you know and -- >> jimmy: is she the rock of the show? is she the -- >> it's about her, you know. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, it's about strong women. it's about women surviving. and i was just fortunate to get on that show. it's my fifth show with dick wolf. i started on "new york undercover." i did "swift justice." i did "law & order: exiled." i did "players."
and then i'm here. and one year, one more season, which i'm confident we're going to get. and we'll have the record for the longest running drama in television history. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: it couldn't happen to a better -- >> and ice t's playing a cop! >> jimmy: and ice t's playing a a cop, yeah. >> i'm as far from a cop as you could possibly get. please believe that. >> jimmy: it's acting. >> it's just acting. it's called a stretch. >> jimmy: yeah, that's great. >> yeah. >> jimmy: talk to me about "in cold blood." >> okay. "in ice cold blood" is a true crime show. >> jimmy: i love true crime. >> okay. i didn't know i loved it. but coco watches a show on oxygen called "snapped." do you all -- anybody out there watch "snapped"? >> jimmy: yeah. >> ha ha! "snapped" is a show about women killing their husbands. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. i saw it, yeah. >> it's been on 20 years, as long as "law & order." and every night another guy gets executed. [ laughter ] so, guys, if your wife watches
"snapped," i advise you to watch it with her. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she is thinking. she's taking notes. >> oh, yeah. laying in bed with her, watch it. and then look over and check the temperature every now and then. [ laughter ] you know, when -- you started with okay for him to go right then? when is the time to pull his plug, right? so i'm watching this show. i'm like, "okay, cool, cool. how do you feel about that, coco?" [ light laughter ] so, anyway, we met the people from oxygen. and they said, "ice would be a a perfect person to host one of our true crime shows." and i said, "i'd love to. i grew up watching rod serling and "twilight zone" and "alfred hitchcock presents." i always dug that whole vibe. and i put the show together. i kind of come from the, "how crazy people are and how diabolic your next door neighbor could be." and "in ice cold blood," it's about normal people who decide that murder is a great idea. and i come from a very rough background. and i've never been in a room with any guys that were just like, "we're going to kill
him." that's way out. but this is the mother who takes her kids to school and then kills dad, then picks them up. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, no. that's crazy. that's scary. >> yeah, watch it. yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> watch it if you're into that type of thing, you know? >> jimmy: yeah. i want to show a clip. here's ice t on "in ice cold blood." take a look. >> with scott now a person of interest, detectives are eager to talk to the third player in this alleged sex triangle. did scott's mistress have something to do with desiree's death? could paige have evidence against scott? or were paige and scott just oblivious to who wanted desiree dead? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about! "in ice cold blood." ice t, everybody! catch "in ice cold blood" mondays at 8:00 p.m. on oxygen! love you buddy. we'll be right back with russell wilson! stick around! ice t!
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: our next guest is a a super bowl champion and the starting quarterback for the seattle seahawks. he is now teaching the next generation of athletes with the russell wilson passing academy. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome russell wilson! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about right there. come on, buddy! >> how you doing, boss? >> jimmy: thank you so much for coming on the show. i appreciate it. >> well, thank you for having me. and second of all -- first of all, ice t, "in ice cold blood," i want to be in that show. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, no, no. that's frightening. [ talking over each other ] i was like "oh, my god. spooked." i'm so -- i'm so happy you're on the show.
it's your first time. >> my first time. we've really been trying to figure this out for a while now. >> jimmy: i know. i'm so happy. >> and it finally -- >> jimmy: because we're fans of you here. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you're amazing. >> i appreciate that. >> jimmy: i want to talk you about a bunch of stuff. the academy, the passing academy. but you just got back from brazil. >> we did. >> jimmy: and what'd you do there? you just partied it up? >> it was a blast. we went down there. it's been a lot of fun. obviously, sports and music in brazil, it's real down there. so to be able to go down there and have a lot of fun down there -- >> jimmy: are you trying to bring football -- >> yeah, football -- american football's growing like crazy. i was actually -- ciara and i were both shocked how many fans we had down there. you know, obviously, they've known ciara for years. but, you know, football's growing like crazy, you know, rapid fire down there. so it's pretty fascinating. and then, obviously, we went to carnivale and had a good time. and it's like coachella times ten. [ light laughter ] you know? >> jimmy: is it really? just look at you. >> there's a good picture. yeah, that's a good one. >> jimmy: i mean, come on. [ audience aws ] this looks like a rager! >> i mean, it is. all night. they go -- they go from 8:00 at night to 8:00 in the morning for a whole straight week, whole straight week. so it's nuts. and they have block parties and everything else. >> jimmy: i probably wouldn't survive. >> yeah, it's -- >> jimmy: i wouldn't survive.
there's now way. i couldn't -- i couldn't do it. you're a great quarterback, obviously. but tomorrow, is this true that you're going to spring training with the yankees? >> yeah, technically, i'm with the yankees. last year i was able to go. [ cheers and applause ] pretty cool. >> jimmy: this is crazy, though. i didn't know that you played baseball. did i know that? >> yeah. i've always loved baseball my whole life. my great uncle, you know, lives on the upper east side. he -- you know, he loved the yankees for years. i used to go with him when i was a young kid. >> jimmy: of course. >> always been the yankees. >> jimmy: the yankees -- >> and i went last year. and i'm coming back here for this weekend and there for two, three days. >> jimmy: what's it feel like? i mean, have you been in the locker room and all that stuff? >> well, you know -- >> jimmy: i'd get excited. >> the coolest thing is when you wear the yankees uniform -- and my favorite baseball player of all time, favorite athlete of all time, honestly, is derek jeter. so -- [ cheers and applause ] my favorite, yes. >> jimmy: i love that guy. >> jetes. >> jimmy: jetes. he's the best. >> he's the best. >> jimmy: i love jetes. i love him. >> and so -- we -- but when you go into the -- when you go into the locker room and just the experience, and you go into the training room, and right where you go, one thing they say is when you put the pinstripes on, you become immortal.
and it's just -- it's just amazing. whether you're a guy who just got drafted in the minor leagues all the way to aaron judge and stanton, or derek jeter. they all kind of share the same mentality which is pretty amazing. >> jimmy: do you feel there's any way we would see you in the big leagues? >> you know, i don't know about that. the only way probably is if i was playing in new york, it'd be the yankees. but that's -- i'm not sure if that's going to happen. >> jimmy: yeah, wow. i heard a rumor. and you can just tell me. because i won't tell anybody else. [ laughter ] >> we won't talk about that. >> jimmy: no, yeah, no one -- everyone just earmuffs. >> yeah, shh. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] there's a rumor that maybe you could be maybe signing with the new york giants. i'm just saying. i just heard a rumor. >> i'm not sure -- [ cheers and applause ] we are in new york. i'm not sure if the seahawks are going to let me get away. >> jimmy: yeah, no. >> i love seattle. seattle's a special place. so, yeah, you know, being able to win a super bowl there, go to two super bowls, multiple playoff games and everything else -- >> jimmy: i know. but you know, you're still young. you should go -- >> are you bribing me to new york? >> jimmy: no, no, i'm just saying, dude, travel. travel's good for -- [ laughter ]
travel's good for the brain, dude. we would -- i think it'd be fun to have you here. if you sign -- >> i did win a super bowl here. >> jimmy: yeah. >> new york, new jersey's been good. >> jimmy: yeah, all right, well. [ laughter ] i heard that your next negotiation, your next contract, there's a possibility that you will be the highest paid quarterback in the history of the league. yeah. >> well, there's a great potential of that. we'll see what happens. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: well, how does that -- does that make you feel good? i mean -- [ laughter ] >> well, you know, it's not -- it's not going to make me feel bad. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] i mean, you think about, you know, russell wilson growing up. >> yeah, well, i think, you know, being a kid, african-american kid, 5'11", coming from richmond, virginia, i went to a private school. everybody said i wouldn't make it playing division 1a. and then being able to do that, going to n.c. state, going to wisconsin -- [ cheers ] getting to -- a lot of n.c. state, wisconsin fans, i like it. and then getting to where i am now and just finishing year seven and going into year eight and i believe i have 10 to 15 more years left. it's a blessing.
you know, to work hard -- i mean, there's 7.5 billion people in the world. there's 3.5 billion men in the world. and to be 1 of 32, you know, it's a special thing. and so i'm grateful that all the hard work pays off. >> jimmy: yeah. were there people that said "no" to you? there must have been. >> well, many times. and i think that for me, you know, anybody who's done anything relatively great or tried to do anything great, they've been told "no." >> jimmy: yeah. >> and so i'm sure that you've experienced that and everything else. but, for me -- >> jimmy: so what i meant to say was, will this make you go, "ha-ha?" [ laughter ] it really kind of is like, "yeah, look who you're talking about now, yeah. too short? yeah, i can't do it?" >> too short. >> jimmy: "yeah, i'm the highest paid in the league." yeah. >> it would be fun. >> jimmy: yeah, of course it would. [ light laughter ] you're also doing this cool thing, russell wilson passing academy. >> yeah. >> jimmy: talk to me about that. that started when? >> well, crazy. i actually -- my best friend, scott pickett, to this day i say it was chemistry class. he said he was too smart. he wasn't in -- we weren't in the same class. he said it was a study hall or library somewhere. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but 11th grade, i leaned over to him, i said, "hey, scott, i want to create these passing academies where we go
around the country, go around the world. and when i'm in the nfl, starting in the nfl, i want to do these. but let's start it now. let's start practicing now. so, literally, that summer, we started -- we started doing football camps, russell wilson passing academies. and we literally did them, had 150 kids at our first camp. now we've coached over 10,000 kids around the country, around the world. it's been amazing. [ cheers and applause ] and it's really special. >> jimmy: where do the kids come from? >> they come from all over. and the coolest thing we do with the russell -- r.w.p.a. is -- what we do is -- we also have scholarship kids. so the kids who may not be able to afford it or whatever it may be, we give them scholarships. and they're sponsored. and it's a pretty special thing. and then in addition we have r.w.q.b. which is kind of an all year-round thing, rather than just one day or whatever. it's all year round where a guy who played with me before, jake heaps, who's actually helping run the camp and directing the camp all year round. he played in the nfl, played quarterback, was in the room with me, was in the fire. he really knows what he's doing. you know, these guys who are quarterback gurus, well, he's really a guru. he really played the game.
and so it's pretty special. and we're coaching some of the kids that are going to the university of washington, some of the best schools in the country, coaching eric dungey, the guy's who is out of syracuse actually. coming out -- so it's a special thing. >> jimmy: good for you, man. >> and so looking forward to it. >> jimmy: i love that you do that. >> yeah, for sure. >> jimmy: you give back. it's great. i wondering maybe when we come back from the break, you could try a little -- maybe teach me a little passing -- >> i'm up for anything. >> jimmy: you are? >> i'm for anything. what do you got for me? >> jimmy: russell wilson. [ cheers and applause ] russell wilson and are doing some random objects target practice. stick around. it's going to be fun! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ limu emu & doug look limu. a civilian buying a new car. let's go. limu's right. liberty mutual can save you money by customizing your car insurance, so you only pay for what you need. oh... yeah, i've been a customer for years. huh... only pay for what you need.
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say "get a galaxy" to learn more. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back to "the tonight show!" i'm here with the one and only nfl quarterback russell wilson! [ cheers and applause ] russell, we were just talking about the russell wilson passing academy. i thought we could play through a special "tonight show" passing drill. are you up for this? >> let's do it. why not? >> jimmy: here's how it works. i'm going to toss some objects in the air. and you're going to try to hit them with a football before they hit the ground. >> sounds easy. >> jimmy: is that good? yeah. remember, safety is sexy. so, let's put on our glasses. >> yes, sir. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: here we go. >> so you're just throwing them up, huh? >> jimmy: i'll just throw them up in the air. and you try to hit one. >> okay, all right. >> jimmy: if you can. ♪ >> so how many throws do i get? >> jimmy: you can get as many as you like. here we go. ooh. >> close. ♪
whoa! ♪ [ applause ] [ laughter ] got one! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ooh. >> jimmy: there we go. >> you got some more? >> jimmy: i think i'm almost good with that one. but all right, here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ that was just a warm-up! that was just a warm-up. let's make things a little more interesting. i have a cart of random objects right here. >> uh-oh. >> jimmy: let's see how many of these you can hit. oh, nope! here we go. watch it. see how many you can hit right here. here we go. >> you're throwing those up, too? >> jimmy: audience, we have a a lego house. we have a pizza. we have a bunch of bouncy balls. jell-o. >> audience: jell-o. >> they want the jell-o.
[ cheers ] ♪ [ audience oohs ] ♪ ♪ [ audience oohs ] ♪ >> jimmy: alright, you got to hit one. cake? ♪ [ audience oohs ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i mean, it's st. paddy's day. shamrock shake? >> they're both no good. >> jimmy: you come out. wait, wait, hold it, before we do this one, come out. i know you're a big fan of -- >> oh, man. >> jimmy: would you like to -- [ cheers and applause ] be careful. it's wet. it's wet. be careful. right here. now look.
i don't want you -- i don't want you to throw this. >> no, no, i'm not. >> jimmy: i just want you to walk out and hold it. >> seriously? >> jimmy: i mean, he's a a professional. he's russell wilson. >> yeah, look. right here, so it goes that way. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: we trusted him. we're on the trust! the trust factor! amazing! russell wilson, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] for more information on the russell wilson passing academy, visit thepassacademy.com! we have a performance from ozuna after the break! stick around, everybody! ♪ ♪
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: he just earned a a record 23 nominations at the billboard latin music awards. yeah, well done. [ cheers and applause ] he deserves it! he's going to perform on the show april 25th on telemundo. performing "baila baila baila" from his upcoming album "nibiru," and "taki taki," give it up for ozuna! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ singing in foreign language ]
[ singing in foreign language ] ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ >> jimmy: yes! that's how you do it! yes! that is how you do it! ozuna! [ cheers and applause ] yes! "nibiru" is coming soon. much thanks to ice t, russell wilson, ozuna, once again! [ cheers and applause ] thank you. 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 weekend! hope to see you next week. 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 -- anne hathaway, senator from ohio, sherrod brown, star of "black earth rising," actress michaela coel, feating the 8g band with vanzella joy. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening! i'm seth meyers. this is "late night," everybody. how are you doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that's great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. president trump pushed for his border wall on twitter this morning by repeatepo