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well, we're going to be looking at a very warm start to fall. it starts tomorrow at 4:02 in the afternoon. near record territory on sunday and monday before we start to cool down what should be the middle of next week. >> thank you so much for watching. "the tonight show" is next. have a good night. [ 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 -- megyn kelly, dave franco, musical guest fergie.
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and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 742, ontario. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my! man, wow! that is a hot crowd right there. a good looking, hot crowd. great new york city crowd. welcome, everyone, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show." this is it. [ cheers and applause ] you made it, you're here.
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this is a great night. it's a great show. i love you, too. here's what people are talking about. some good news for president trump. a new poll shows that his approval ratings just rose three points. that's right, it's now at four points. [ laughter and applause ] but it's -- >> steve: that's good. that's not good. >> jimmy: the u.n. general assembly is still going on. and did you see this? north korea's foreign minister said trump's speech sounded like a dog barking. [ light laughter ] trump didn't respond because he was chasing after a fire truck. [ laughter and applause ] "did you really throw my tennis ball or did you fake me out? okay, throw it this time." [ light laughter ] i saw that trump met with the king of jordan at the u.n. this week. and when they spoke to reporters, trump sounded a a little bit vague. here's a direct quote. this is real. he said, "we're working together on many problems and some things that aren't problems that are very, very good. [ laughter ] but we're going to make some of
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the bad ones turn out good." [ laughter and applause ] very confusing. he didn't stop there. he went on to say, "we want to take the bad problems and make them good, okay? we're looking at all the problems. and when we're done, we're going to have so many good problems, problems like you've never seen, believe me." [ laughter ] it got really weird. it got even weirder. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: it got weirder, because he finally said, "problems are bad things that are not good. so we want to turn the bad things into the good, and the good things bad. these problems are going to be so good, they're not even going to be problems. not bad, right? all good. no problem." [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: what are you talking about? >> steve: that's insane! >> jimmy: "all good, bad. all good bad, my bad." [ light laughter ] in an interview today, sean spicer said that he has never knowingly lied to the american people. then spicer said, "starting -- now. [ laughter and applause ] all right, i lied."
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i read that trump's longtime bodyguard quit his job this week. yeah, and we actually here at "the tonight show" were able to get the job application for a a replacement, for a possible replacement. you can definitely tell that trump wrote the questions. well, first question is, "have you ever guarded a body this beautiful?" [ laughter ] >> steve: wow! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: here's the next question. "would you occasionally want to perform the duties of president?" [ laughter ] wait a second! >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: pretty sure this is for a bodyguard. >> steve: for a bodyguard? [ applause ] >> jimmy: finally there was, "where do you see yourself in five scandals?" [ laughter and applause ] that's not a normal -- check this out guys. target is letting customers download an indoor map to help them find their way around the store. while if you get lost at costco, they just tell you to forget your old life and move in. [ laughter and applause ] never gonna get out. i also read that taco bell will start serving alcohol at some locations. [ cheers ]
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so the next time you think that you're having a bad day, imagine the guy who gets cut off by the cashier at taco bell. [ laughter and applause ] "sir, i think you've had enough." guys, we are in week three of the nfl season, and the big sunday night football matchup is between the washington redskins and the oakland raiders right here on nbc. [ cheers and applause ] washington versus oakland. now, as you know, at the end of the season they give out the most valuable player award. but they also give out other awards during the season. 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. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ tonight show superlatives ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: our first player is ty nsekhe. he's an offensive tackle for washington. he was voted most likely to be the love child of lebron james and shrek. [ cheers and applause ] interesting award. next up for oakland is
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derek carr. he was voted most likely to be sponsored by sephora eyeliner. oh that's nice. [ laughter and applause ] that's nice. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: next up for oakland is donald penn. he was voted most likely to crash a sumo match and say, "let me show you girls how it's done." [ laughter and applause ] next up for washington is matt ioannidis. he was voted most likely to get diagnosed with his own last name. [ laughter and applause ] "i'm so sorry. ioannidis of the shins." up next for washington is colt mccoy. he was voted most likely to be a furby after its first haircut. [ laughter ] he looks good. [ applause ] up next for washington is tyler catalina. he was voted most likely to have a permanent snapchat rainbow barf face. wait, wow, i see. [ laughter and applause ] and finally for washington, it is morgan moses. he was voted upside down questlove. there you go, everybody. [ laughter and applause ] we have a great show tonight, give it up for the roots!
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, roots. thank you. guys, we have a fun show tonight. she's debuting her 9:00 a.m. hour on "the today show," monday of next week. very exciting, yeah. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: it's our neighbor. she's right across the hall. megyn kelly is stopping by today. [ cheers and applause ] it's a big deal. fun. >> steve: fun. >> jimmy: new show at 9:00 in the morning. i love it. plus, from "the lego ninjago movie," dave franco is here. >> steve: come on! [ cheers and applause ] come on, davey franco! >> jimmy: plus, the tv debut of fergie's new signle, "you already know." fergie's here, you guys. it's gonna be good. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: great. the album is called "double
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duchess." you want to hear a taste of "you already know?" >> steve: please give me a a taste. [ light laughter ] ♪ ♪ from the original sexual visual ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. get ready for that. >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: fergie is here tonight. >> steve: fergie! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: love fergie! love fergie. she's great. guys, it is time for "tonight show" hashtags. here we go! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ hashtags hashtags ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: we do this thing every wednesday where i send out a hashtag and we ask you guys to respond to that topic. so since it's fall and school just started, i sent out a a hashtag called #myweirdteacher. [ light laughter ] i asked you guys to send us your funny, weird, or embarrassing stories about your teacher. we got a huge response. within 30 minutes it was a a trending topic in the u.s. [ cheers and applause ] so thank you for getting involved. now, i thought i'd share some
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of my favorite #myweirdteacher stories from you guys. here we go. the first is from @steveshoe. he says, "the day after we turned in drafts of our term papers, the professor wore all black to signify his disappointment in our work." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: he had to tell them, too. wouldn't figure that one out for yourself. >> jimmy: mourning the loss of your grade, yeah. this one is from @johnballon. he said, "my teacher moved his left hand in circles as he erased the board with his right hand so he would build the muscles evenly." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: wax on, wax off. >> jimmy: miyagi. miyagi, yeah. this one is from @tinagiballa. she says, "my homeroom teacher kept a list on the chalkboard of people who needed prom dates." >> steve: aw. [ audience aws ] [ applause ] oh. you and gary. >> jimmy: derek's been up here for -- [ light laughter ] for three weeks now. so anyone wants -- anyone. you know anyone who wants to go with derek, or any -- do you have any pets at home that
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could maybe go with derek? just so he doesn't go alone. this one is from @leelomaria. she said, "my biology teacher handed us back our graded homework. every paper was maroon. she apparently spilled a bottle of red wine." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: yoink! [ pop ] >> jimmy: this one's from @corcorcoran2. he says, "if it was your birthday my teacher would draw a cake on the board and ask you to blow out the candles. you just had to stand there and blow on the chalkboard until he said the candles went out." [ laughter and applause ] not yet! >> steve: note yet! >> jimmy: not yet, keep going. not yet! [ fake crying ] >> jimmy: okay, oh -- they're trick candles, they're back on again. [ laughter ] what's your problem, dude? >> steve: i'm in charge! >> jimmy: yeah. i'm the boss, get it? this one's from @hbpalways98. she says, "whenever i ask my teacher what we're doing today, she says, 'working hard and suffering greatly, because life is pain.'" [ audience ohs ] [ applause ]
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>> steve: wow! >> jimmy: this one's from @mackencheese. >> steve: ohh, nice. >> jimmy: i get it. not bad. mac n cheese. >> steve: mac n cheese. >> jimmy: mac ken cheese. >> steve: nice one. >> jimmy: that's a nice one. [ light laughter ] mackencheese. she says, "my chemistry teacher had a taxidermied armadillo in the classroom. for a while, it wore a party hat and it was called the partydillo." [ laughter ] >> steve: yeah! [ applause ] partydillo! ♪ raise the roof, derek! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the armadillo said that? >> steve: yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is from @raskolnikovsacts. >> steve: ooh, deep. [ light laughter ] a little crime and punishment. derek. [ light laughter ]
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>> jimmy: he says, "at the end of a test period, our science teacher would respond to our 'one more sec, one more sec!' with 'no more secs!'" [ laughter ] "no more secs in this classroom!" [ applause ] talking to you, derek. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: this last one's from @thedonaldstump. [ light laughter ] he says, "my teacher would tell us to work hard in math and science classes, otherwise we'd end up as a gym teacher. he was also the gym teacher." >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: there you go. there are your "tonight show" hashtags. to check out more of our favorites, go to stick around. we'll be right back with audience suggestion box. it's really fun. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ we are not here to observe, to sit idly by, or watch from the stands.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. welcome back. thank you so much for being here. thank you for watching. as you guys know, we're always striving to get better here at "the tonight show." ♪ harder better faster stronger ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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so before every show, we put out a suggestion box for the audience, just to get some feedback, about what you guys think of the show. things you'd like to see us do, that kind of stuff. so tonight let's look inside the audience suggestion box, here we go. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this first one is -- from claire smith. claire, are you here? perfect. [ laughter ] >> steve: i'm sitting in the back, jimmy. oh wow, all right claire. >> jimmy: hey claire. she said, "hey jimmy, you know those youtube pronunciation videos where they show you a a word, and tell you how to properly pronounce it? do any celebrities ever do them?" actually, funny you should ask, because tom brokaw makes some of those in his down time. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: yeah, and we actually have one. this is tom brokaw -- take a a look at this. >> world wide web. [ indiscernible ] willie wonka. d.j. khalid. tony shalhoub. [ indiscernible ] worchestire.
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: there you go. it's right there, that's it. it's great. [ cheers and applause ] love tom brokaw. >> steve: wow, love him. >> jimmy: this one is from at -- cassandra dinkman. >> steve: dinkman? >> jimmy: oh, that's her married name, okay. >> steve: okay. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: "hey jimmy, it's back to school season. i was wondering what's in your backpack?" that's a great question, i have my backpack right here. what's in my backpack? oh, just your standard composition notebook. what about you, tariq? what's in your bag? >> uh -- i have -- a stapler, and a glue stick, jimmy. >> jimmy: yeah, that's cool, that's good. what's in your backpack james? >> my smaller backpack. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what's inside of that one?
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>> my even smaller backpack. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: what's inside of that one? >> a tiny little backpack. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a tiny backpack right there. what's inside that one? >> oh, goodness. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: take a look, open it up what is it, man. [ laughter ] >> that's a good one. >> jimmy: greatest hits cd, that's james's greatest -- greatest hits, james. it's his greatest hits cd. all his hits. [ applause ] >> steve: that's what he keep -- that's what he keeps in his tiny backpack? >> jimmy: all those hits on one c -- compact disc. >> steve: one cd. >> jimmy: yep. >> steve: they all fit on one cd. [ laughter ] that's what he keeps in his tiny backpack. wow. >> jimmy: this one is from ron bell. "hey jimmy, it seems like no one knows how to pronounce the sparkling water 'lacroix.' is that true, or is it just me?" you know, i've always thought it seemed hard to pronounce too. so we did an experiment. we sent our writer, arthur, down to the street to ask people about lacroix sparkling water, but we had him pronounce
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it differently each time to see if they would notice. check it out. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ lacroix oh croix croix croix ♪ >> have you heard of lacro-x? >> no. >> yeah, it's -- a lot of people are drinking it. have you have you ever tried l.a. crois? >> i've tried one flavor. >> do you think you ever might try laqua? >> i would love to try a laqua. >> have you had lacroe-x before? >> i have tried it, yes. >> yeah, have you ever tried lalacrosha? >> yes. >> and then in london, do a lot of people drink lacroix-oi-oi? >> i have never heard of it, but it looks interesting. >> a lot of people are drinking l.a. croi-ten. >> oh, okay. >> and what about los angeles kroi? >> love it. >> have you heard anyone talking about la chew chew? >> no. >> oh, okay. so what is your favorite flavor of la-ch? >> um, the orange one and the lemon. >> have you ever had this one before, the l.o.l. clowns? >> heard of it, but i have not had it. >> do you think you'll ever try da crunks? >> i probably will now. >> have you ever tried little crud boy? >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> have you heard a lot of people talking about lacolor-ca-row-a-shay-shush? >> yeah, i love lacroix. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: lacolor-ca-row-a-shay-shush. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: little crud boy.
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i love little crud boy. >> jimmy: little crud boy, man. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: actually, speaking of lacroix, i wonder if tom brokaw has a a pronunciation video for us. >> steve: how would you have it -- down right there? >> lacroix. >> jimmy: oh, there it is. >> steve: yeah, there you go. [ applause ] >> jimmy: this last one here is from easton broom. "hi, jimmy, have you heard of the group black simon and garfunkel? you know, the black version of simon and garfunkel? can you have them on the show? it's funny you mention that, because i was -- last night i was having a nightcap, uptown, at bongo's playhouse. and they showed up to perform a a song. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: they really are spectacular. >> steve: they're fantastic. >> jimmy: so ladies and gentleman, here to perform a a song from their self-titled album, featuring a special surprise guest. please welcome black simon and garfunkel. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guys -- whenever you're ready. ♪ ♪ she's got me spending spending all my money on her ♪ ♪ and all my
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time on her ♪ ♪ she's got me spending spending all my money on her on her ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what you gonna do with all that junk all that junk inside your trunk ♪ ♪ imma get get get you drunk get you love drunk off my hump ♪ ♪ what you gonna do with all ass all that ass inside your jeans ♪ ♪ imma gonna make make make you scream make you scream make you scream ♪ ♪ my humps my humps my humps my humps my humps my humps ♪ ♪ my humps my humps my lovely lady lumps check it out ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ lie la lie lie la la la lie lie ♪ ♪ lie la lie lie la la la la lie la la lie ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: give it up for black simon and garfunkel and fergie! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ megyn kelly joins us after the break. stick around everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ a millie dresselhaus doll! happy birthday, sweetie! oh, millies. trick or treat! we're so glad to have you here. ♪ what if we treated great female scientists like they were stars? ♪ yasss queen! what if millie dresselhaus, the first woman to win the national medal of science in engineering, were as famous as any celebrity? [millie dresselhaus was seen having lunch today...] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now, by a "new york times" best selling author, and highly regarded journalist who is now a part of the family here at nbc. monday morning she premieres her 9:00 a.m. hour on "the today show" called "megyn kelly today." say hello to our new neighbor, megyn kelly, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: you brought me a pie? >> i brought you a pie, now that we're neighbors. a little house warming gift. >> jimmy: oh my -- i see, that's very nice of you. i had no idea what to get you, because i want to see what you need. we really are -- i mean this was -- we really are neighbors. you're going to be so -- >> right across the way. >> jimmy: you're going to be so annoyed by me by the end of the -- [ light laughter ] i mean we do -- >> are you going to be like a a gladys kravitz? >> jimmy: oh yeah. i'll just keep -- >> in the bathrobe looking out, with the curlers. what? what's she doing? >> jimmy: keep popping over, and going, "what are you talking about today? what's happening?" yeah, uh. [ light laughter ] i wanted to get you -- we were talking. i go, do you need anything? like a set a headphones, do you want a sound system? you were like, no i'm good. i don't need -- you go, maybe a candle. then i go, that's so personal -- a candle. 'cause then, i don't want to get you something and you go like, that smells awful. so i go, maybe i'll give you the candle -- i have a candle. this is the one from my dressing room. [ laughter ] it's used. it's used, but smell it, see if you like it. >> i'll take it. >> jimmy: it's like burnt firewood. >> oh, it's awesome. >> jimmy: it's pretty good
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right? >> wow, it does smell like burnt firewood -- exactly. >> jimmy: yeah, but in a great way. and we -- we're from upstate new york. >> we're both from upstate. we had a lot of days smelling that stuff there. >> jimmy: shout out to albany, new york. yeah, absolutely. >> the tundra. >> jimmy: yes! >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, so i will get you a brand new one. >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: or you can have the used one too. >> that one was recently burnt. i can smell it. >> jimmy: this is recently -- yeah. it's still warm. >> i don't know what you were doing backstage, but -- >> jimmy: oh, well, we have snoop dog was on the next sh -- no. i'm just kidding. [ laughter ] >> i have breaking news. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: what are -- what is your show going to be like? because i came in, you had all these test shows this week, and i barged in on one of them just to bother you. >> that was fun. >> jimmy: oh, no i loved it. >> he's a class -- a classy act, because he comes in without any warning, and just surprised our practice audience, and of course, they loved him, and he stayed and -- very generous of you. >> jimmy: but i want to say the set is so cool. >> the set is gorgeous. >> jimmy: i mean, are you excited putting this together? >> i -- i can't wait. i really can't wait to just launch the show, and start doing the show, and as you know, having done this show and the other -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's going to take us a a while i'm sure, to sort of get from a walk to a run, but we feel good about it. and the point of the show is to
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provide some connection in a a disconnected world. to -- you know, how we're all feeling so divided as a a country? >> jimmy: yeah. >> you feel it, right? >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> i know, i feel it, and i want to do something that makes people feel less divided, and maybe even unified, and maybe like they had fun, and learned something, and were inspired. and at the end of the hour, feel like, yes -- yes, i'm going to go do that, or yes i'm so glad i watched that. >> jimmy: see that's -- and is it going to start off with you or -- are you going to enter? 'cause what i saw it was -- >> the choreography? >> jimmy: well, i have a lot of questions. yeah, because i don't know if -- i saw the set, but it's moved around a lot, and so i know you had like, different things that won't be there. >> so i realize now -- >> jimmy: there was a pole there, by the way, the other day. >> don't -- i'm not going to talk about the pole. >> jimmy: okay, alright, alright, alright. i -- maybe don't use the pole. i saw that. >> let's just say -- >> jimmy: i go, that's not going to last. >> my mother was there that day, and i'm not going to say any more about my mom, and that pole. >> jimmy: wait, but your mom -- your mom is going to be on the show? >> my mom -- my mom's name is linda, and if you've read my
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book, you know she's the heroine of my life, but she's also just a very colorful character. my mom who got a tattoo at age 70, and dyed her hair pink. >> jimmy: what? >> yeah, i know. >> jimmy: no way? [ cheers and applause ] >> at 70, there's a rosary on her foot. [ light laughter ] i think meeting linda is going to explain a lot about me -- to everybody. >> jimmy: meeting linda, yeah. it's our new friend, linda. yeah, absolutely. >> she will humble you too. that's going to be the name of the segment. >> jimmy: i know things will change as the show progresses. you have to change things, always. constantly, you have to change. but are you going to ask questions of the audience? because you were doing that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you will talk to the audience? >> yes, yes -- >> jimmy: are you comfortable doing that? >> actually, that's been the part of our show where i let the audience ask me questions, has been one of the favorite pieces of the practice shows going back for a couple of weeks now. and it's fun, like their -- their energy has infused me, and vice versa. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, i've been loving using them. i feel like the audience, so if you come over to my show, i'm going to make you work. [ cheers and applause ] they're my co-hosts. they're my co-hosts. >> jimmy: yeah. so, you're going to mix with -- it's going to be like, a mix of
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like dr. oz, and oprah, and donahue and -- everything or what? >> oh, i like the way you make it sound. >> jimmy: i do -- i love that stuff. we -- dr. oz was our neighbor for a long time. we used to bother him all the time. >> i don't think -- i don't think you can think like that. 'cause you can't -- as you know. >> jimmy: can't just take one thing. >> sitting at this desk. you can't try to imitate anybody. >> jimmy: you got to be you. >> you got to be you, right? so it's going to be me, but i love all the people you just mentioned. donahue, he and i just had lunch actually, not long ago. >> jimmy: no way. >> i met him for the first time. >> jimmy: oh, i love -- >> sharp as a tack, i mean, who could forget him with the mic and the face and all that. >> jimmy: oh, i love him. i love his wife. >> so hopefully we'll be doing a little bit of that. >> jimmy: oh, great. he must have given you great advice. >> oh he's just -- i remember that show. of course, i love oprah, and all those people, but i -- i'm going to be me. >> jimmy: you have to be you. >> i will be my authentic self. >> jimmy: yes, you have to be you, and that's why people will watch. [ cheers and applause ] but it's a mixture of guests. i know you're having on next monday -- is it -- monday, this coming monday. >> monday we have the whole cast of "will and grace" and the show creators live. >> jimmy: i mean, come on. >> live. >> jimmy: that's great. [ cheers and applause ] >> then we've got the cast of "this is us." do you watch "this is us?" >> jimmy: yes. >> yes. >> jimmy: we're crying already. >> the whole cast together on tuesday.
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i know. >> jimmy: we're crying already. >> i was so irritated by all the "this is us" press. i was like, what is it with this show, just shut up already, and then i watched it. i was like, oh, my god, oh, my god, me too. i have to meet them. >> jimmy: it's the best show. oh, people are freaking out. i can't wait for that. >> the ladies of "snl." you may be familiar with them. >> jimmy: see, come on. [ cheers and applause ] >> yes. >> jimmy: congratulations to kate mckinnon, just won a emmy award. >> she's coming on. i can't wait. i'm going to make her do her hillary. >> jimmy: so -- yeah she has to. >> yeah -- >> jimmy: so you're having those guys on, but then also, you're having a nun on monday's show? >> monday. >> jimmy: sister donna from chicago. now explain what -- >> you will fall in love with sister donna. >> jimmy: i will. >> guaranteed, and if you don't, there's something wrong with you. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: now -- how did you find her? >> so sister donna was working in a disadvantaged neighborhood in ohio, and she didn't find it challenging enough. so she asked for a more difficult assignment. so they sent her to the south side of chicago, and now she is in one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in america, where she says six or seven people in her neighborhood get shot and killed a week. six or seven.
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>> jimmy: wow. >> she is helping young boys stay on the right path and get in school, and go get jobs, and then she's helping their moms. moms who have lost kids to gun violence, and moms who's kids have committed it. and this woman, this little 77-year-old nun is actually changing and saving lives in chicago. well, anyway, you'll meet her. you'll love her. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. i loved her -- so, you're going to do both of those things, i'm looking forward to this. it's going to be -- it's going to be fantastic. and we're here for you. so, if you need anything, i'd like to be a gentleman now, and i'll walk you over to your set so you can back to work. >> oh, it is nighttime, so that -- i don't know how safe it is. >> jimmy: yeah, there'll be no one there. >> thank you. >> jimmy: yeah, i'll walk you right over here. megyn kelly everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "megyn keely today" premieres monday at 9:00 a.m. set your dvr's. here on nbc. dave franco joins us next. see you after the break. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you like that candle or no? >> i do, i love it. >> jimmy: not bad, right?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know our next guest from his roles in "21 jump street" and "neighbors", and now he voices the green ninja in the "lego ninjago movie" which hits theaters tomorrow. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome dave franco. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: hey, welcome back. nice to see you buddy. >> good to be here, man. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: dave -- congratulations, you are a a married man? >> yeah, that's true. >> jimmy: hey, that's fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> thank you. >> jimmy: hey that's awesome, i didn't know. >> thanks, man. >> jimmy: you -- you're married to alison brie. >> correct. >> jimmy: who is phenomenal, was just on our show. and she's fantastic in "glow." tell her i said, hi. >> absolutely, she's the best. everyone check out "glow" if you haven't already. it's like, the greatest show, and i'm not -- i am biased, but it's also true. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. i know, yeah. yeah, no, we're not here to talk about your wife's show. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: but she's great in it. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> yes. dude, i'm just happy you're here. you said before though -- before you were married, you were totally in love with your cats. and you have -- you had an obsess -- you're obsessed with your cats. >> yeah, i don't know when i became the quirky cat guy. my friends who i grew up with, they constantly remind me to stop bringing up my cats in every single interview. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: but you can't stop it. >> i can't stop, i mean, they're -- just a huge part of my life. i mean -- >> jimmy: what are their names? >> harry and arturo. and -- at one point in my life, i was the single guy with two
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16 pound cats. [ laughter ] and that def -- 16 pounders. yeah. >> jimmy: 16 pound cats. here they are -- just hanging out. [ audience aws ] 16 pound cats. >> and that -- yeah, it definitely weeds out like, a a lot of potential dating partners. 'cause not a lot -- not a lot of women are, like, excited to dive into a relationship with a a guy who sleeps with 32 pounds of cat on top of him every night. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: 16 pounds. that's not even a cat, that's like a small dog. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: that's what they are, they're not cats. >> we call them the small panthers, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, they are panthers, yeah. but, alison loved them? >> alison loves them, thank god. so that was -- i mean, she was the only one. she was really my only option so -- [ laughter ] yeah. >> jimmy: you told a funny story. i don't know if you want to tell it out here. but that, she was being nice, she threw you a surprise party? >> yeah, so, when we first started dating my birthday came up, like, three months into the relationship, and she decided to throw me a surprise party. which was very sweet. she put a lot of effort into it, but the guest list got a a little out of control where, like, you know, my manager's
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assistant sister's best friend was there. and like, if you know me, i'm a a pretty private person, and i don't like to be the center of attention. and so i freaked out. and to alleviate my anxiety i decided to consume a weed cookie. and -- [ light laughter ] it had the opposite effect, where i ran downstairs and had the first panic attack of my life. and so, i'm downstairs, i'm telling alison, get everyone out of here, and it was the 80's themed party and so -- >> jimmy: it was 80's themed party surprise party? >> 80's themed, yes. >> jimmy: so you couldn't even recognize people even if you knew them? [ light laughter ] >> well -- that wasn't the problem, the problem was, that the only person without a ride home was a guy dressed as cocaine. and, uh -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how do you dress like cocaine? >> all white, wrapped in saran wrap or something. so i'm downstairs literally throwing up and throwing a a tantrum, while cocaine is upstairs raiding our fridge. so -- [ laughter ] alison had -- alison and i, we -- we still talked about how we survived my surprise party. we can surprise -- or, we can survive anything, yeah. >> jimmy: and we're all worried is cocaine all right?
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>> cocaine seems to be okay, yeah. >> jimmy: all right. just want to make sure cocaine made it home safe. you have two older brothers, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: james, who we just had on the show. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and then tom, i -- i don't know. >> tom franco, yes. >> jimmy: yeah, and how -- and so you're the -- you're the smallest? >> they are -- i am physically the smallest, but also the youngest, um, thank you for bringing that up. >> jimmy: sorry, no problem. [ laughter ] >> they are five and seven years older than me, yes. >> did they pick on you growing up? >> oh, yeah. oh, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. what would they do? give me, like, a real -- real mean thing they did. >> they had -- i mean, it wasn't horrible, but they had their own unique forms of torture. like, uh -- i always do one voice crack a talk show. [ laughter ] i always get that one in. [ cheers and applause ] all right. let's -- >> jimmy: i wasn't going to bring up -- i wasn't going to bring it up, but you are -- you are the smallest. [ laughter ] and the cutest, come on. isn't he cute and small? [ cheers and applause ] you're not small. you're normal, you look great.
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i love the voice crack. i wasn't going to say nothing. >> thank you. >> jimmy: but that was a great voice crack. >> let's hope another doesn't happen. i don't want my average to go up. >> jimmy: no, yeah, no, it's good. it's very consistent, yeah. >> so, what were we talking about? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: what did they do to you? what -- how'd they torture you? >> so, they would -- they would zip me up fully, in a sleeping bag and then tickle torture me from the outside. [ light laughter ] so, i'm kicking and screaming, and it's literal torture, and they happen to be the greatest ticklers of all time. so, that was -- that was something. and then -- >> jimmy: laughing and crying >> exactly. >> jimmy: from inside the sleeping bag. >> exactly. >> jimmy: i want to talk about this movie, "lego ninjago." >> yeah. >> jimmy: these lego movies are fantastic. >> so good, so good. >> jimmy: i saw the first lego movie made me laugh. i loved it -- it was so creative. and the lego batman one. that's all my kids watch. >> really? >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, we -- we love it, 'cause it's jokes we get too. >> exactly, they -- >> jimmy: finally, not dora. and so -- [ laughter ] but it's really well written. there's a clever like tricky stuff that's even over our heads. >> they sometimes -- they somehow find a way to make the humor appeal equally to, like, my nephews who are under the
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age of five as they do to us. and i don't know how they pull that off, but yeah. >> jimmy: they're great movies. they're well written, well done. and who do you play in the movie? >> i play, lloyd, who is a a tortured high school kid by day, because everyone knows his dad is the most evil man on the planet. and then at night, he's the green ninja, and he helps protect his city. but no one knows he's the green ninja. so, he doesn't get any of the glory. so it's like, this really tragic shakespearean character. and like, weirdly, it's the most complex character i've ever played. i don't know what that says about my career but -- [ laughter ] it's, like -- >> jimmy: "the lego movie" is your most complex -- [ laughter and applause ] but i love justin theroux's in the cast. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: and gosh, he's funny. but he -- he calls you. >> la-lloyd. >> la-lloyd, because lloyd as everyone knows, has two "l's" in it. and thank goodness for the other l. [ light laughter ] or else i probably would have called you just lloyd. yeah, but -- so he calls you la-lloyd. >> la-lloyd, yes. and that was a justin -- that was an improv, he just came up with that on the spot. and it's one of the best jokes in the movie, yeah. >> jimmy: i want to show a
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a clip. here's dave franco in the "lego ninjago movie." take a look at this. >> i'm sick and tired of you trying to conquer ninjago. >> all right, green ninja -- now listen, just calm down. you don't have to use that thing. >> so, you're going to leave ninjago? >> yeah. >> forever? >> i promise. >> what are you -- why is your hand behind your back? what are you doing back there? are you crossing your fingers? >> that's physically impossible. how could i be crossing my fingers? i have these things. >> i'm warning you garmadon. >> fine, no crossies. no, crossies. just chill okay look, i'm getting rid of all my sharks. see? no sharks. >> and the sharks in your ankle holster? >> i don't have any sharks. >> what's in your ankle? >> it's a couple dolphins, man. now you're acting loco, i mean this is -- >> hey, get rid of 'em. >> fine. you happy now? i'm done, you win. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's so fun, it's so many jokes. dave franco, everybody. "the lego ninjago movie" hits theaters tomorrow. we'll be right back with a a performance by fergie. stick around. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: she is an eight time grammy award winner whose new album "double dutchess" and visual album, "double dutchess, seeing double" are both out now. performing, "you already know," give it up for fergie.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ life's a movie let the camera roll fast life moving ain't no going slow ♪ ♪ that's right baby you already know you already know hope you are ready ♪ ♪ ready steady steady rocking let it go get bold i just can't hold ♪ ♪ back and forth cause i'm the girl with soul in control in effect ♪ ♪ so what the heck rock the discotheque cause this groove is the next ♪ ♪ tease on the camera freeze while i animate i'm no amateur i'm a laminate ♪ ♪ im assassinate all the imitates then im a take a break and meditate ♪ ♪ let me think about it put my little noodle on a problem then i drink about it ♪ ♪ drink a little swig a little sip a little spill a little feel a little loopy when i get a little tipsy ♪ ♪ thieves got me feeling like a gypsy smoking on a hooka got me feeling like a hippee trippy ♪ ♪ gone for a minute yup you miss me now fergie back with a bag full of trixies ♪ ♪ life's a movie
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this is how we do ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, that's how you do it right there, fergie. [ cheers and applause ] fantastic. "double duchess" is out now. we'll be right back, everybody. oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ fran grenier.
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as a husband and father, grenier knows how families struggle to make ends meet. that's why he'll fight to cut our taxes, and stand up to career politicians like steve sweeney. if we want to change trenton, there's only one way. fran grenier. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: my thanks to megyn kelly, dave franco, fergie, once again. [ cheers and applause ] "double duchess." and the roots, right there, from philadelphia, pennsylvania. [ cheers and applause ] you're doing "the today show" tomorrow. stay tuned for "the today show" tomorrow. but first, watch "seth meyers." thanks for watching, have a a great night. hope to see you tomorrow. [ 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 -- emma stone! from "the mick," actress kaitlin olson. music from blondie. featuring the 8g band with fred armisen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, everybody. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. former white house press secretary, sean spicer, said in an interview today that he never knowingly lied to the american people while in office. oh, really? then how do you explain this? >> it's he


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