tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC February 12, 2016 11:34pm-12:37am EST
>> 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 -- ray romano, lucy hale, musical guest, brandi carlile, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 401, rhode island. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about.
welcome. welcome, welcome. welcome, everyone, to "the tonight show." this is it. you're here. you made it. [ cheers and applause ] you're here. now we're in it together. thank you very much. you guys, big show tonight. we have ray romano on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] he's here to promote his new show about the record industry in the '70s called "vinyl." which is better than the show's original title, "everybody loves cocaine." [ laughter ] and they changed it. they changed it to "vinyl." show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] she stars in "pretty little liars" which just resumed its sixth season. as opposed to the show "old rich liars" which will continue right up to election day. [ laughter and applause ] very interesting. i love that show. very entertaining. very entertaining. you guys, last night, the republican candidates held
south carolina, and it went on about a half an hour longer than expected. which isn't bad, considering trump's campaign has gone on half a year longer than expected. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] not bad. that's right. the republican debate went on about a half hour longer than scheduled. today, the moderators apologized for keeping viewers awake so late. then viewers said, "you didn't." [ laughter ] we fell asleep during ben carson, as soon as he started talking. so did he. so did he. he fell asleep as well. all the candidates had a lot to say at the debate last night, but they also had a very hard time saying it. >> what has president obama do -- done to illustrate -- >> that we're back in the game with -- with israel. because. >> let's think about -- let's think about -- i want to maybe -- >> this president, this president is more interested in funding -- less interested in funding the military than he is in funding -- he's more interested in funding planned funding the military. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this -- this
this, this no, sorry, this president -- no, he's more -- no, he's not interested -- he's more not interested -- this president is -- doesn't like this president. they fight and they don't like each other. [ cheers and applause ] what? aren't these the same guys who want english to be our official language? [ laughter ] and donald trump tried bringing up polls that showed him winning, and the crowd actually started to boo. and trump was like, "see, even ghosts love me." [ laughter and applause ] "lots of my supporters wear white sheets. [ audience oohs ] "classy! ghosts. classy ghosts." this is everywhere, too. at a rally in florida this week, donald trump had an opening act of three young girls called the usa freedom kids. take a look.
face the music come on boys take them down president donald trump knows how to make america great deal from strength or get crushed every time [ laughter ] >> jimmy: kids make the darnedest threats, don't they? [ laughter and applause ] get crushed. >> steve: get crushed every time. >> jimmy: every time. even north korea is like, "what the hell is going on over there? [ laughter ] they've lost control." meanwhile, carly fiorina raised some eyebrows yesterday when she said that, unlike hillary clinton, she actually likes spending time with her husband. [ audience oohs ] she was asked about it in an interview later. listen to what she said to say. >> do you believe the clinton's have a real marriage. >> they've been married for a a very long time. they've been married for a very long time. >> so it's a real marriage? >> they've been married for a a very long time. >> it's a real marriage then? you'll say that?
a long time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they've been married for a very long time. then she started sparking. like they have been married for a very long time. [ laughter and applause ] listen to this. turns out the infamous drug lord el chapo reportedly sent flirty text messages to the mexican actress who helped him set up the interview with sean penn. in fact, they recovered these text messages. they're pretty interesting. take a look at this. he texted, "hello? [ laughter ] sup. do you like cocaine? [ laughter ] [ laughter ] done this before. i'm kind of nervous, lol. do you like caviar? damn auto correct, i meant to say, do you like cocaine?" [ laughter ] then she responded with, "new phone. who dis?" [ laughter and applause ]
he's got no game. get this. there are reports that while he was on the run, el chapo got surgery for erectile dysfunction. i guess his chalupa had a a little droop-a. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] doctor's trying to help him go from a soft shell to a hard shell. [ laughter ] i guess he's looking for a a little cure-o for his churro. [ laughter ] every time he took off his pants, he said, "say hello to my really little friend." [ laughter and applause ] apparently, he has a one inch-alada. [ laughter and applause ] i guess his amigo was taking a a permanent siesta. [ laughter ] he told his doctor he had a a floppy sombrero.
when his girlfriend saw it, she ran for the border. [ laughter ] i guess nothing would come out of his piata, no matter how much he beat it. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i don't know -- i don't know. >> steve: beulah marie! >> jimmy: exhausted. exhausted. from grieving that much. >> steve: oh, my gosh. he couldn't go through the tunnel. >> jimmy: oh, man. finally, i don't know if el chapo is involved with this or not, but last week near the texas/mexico border, authorities say they found a a shipment of over a ton of marijuana that was disguised to look like carrots. which explains why now, bugs bunny is now like, "sup, doc?" [ laughter ] we have a great show. give it up for the roots, right
[ cheers and applause ] thank you, roots. give it up for the roots, everybody. how great are the roots? i love them. [ cheers and applause ] we have a fantastic show tonight. this man is so funny. he is, of course, a very talented actor, but one of the ever seen, ever. he stars in the new hbo series "vinyl." we love him. everybody loves him. ray romano is here, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] he's so good. >> steve: he's so fun. >> jimmy: he makes me laugh. ray and i are going to do a fun new thing later on in the show involving old photos. anyway, stick around for that. it's funny. plus, from the hit show "pretty little liars." my pal, the lovely lucy hale is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] and we got great, great music from grammy-nominated performer [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: yeah!
and that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff. you know, i check my inbox, i return some e-mails. [ cheers and applause ] and i send out thank you notes. 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 okay? is that good? [ cheers and applause ] thank you very much. floppy sombrero. [ laughter ] >> steve: yes, apparently. e.d. >> jimmy: i could do that all night. he apparently couldn't. [ laughter ] hey, thank you very much. that was a bonus one, yeah. james, you got any thank you note writing music, please? >> steve: wow, stud. >> jimmy: he's a stud. here we go. thank you, the shirt el chapo wore while he was on the run, for being great camouflage if his hiding spot was the wallpaper in one of the golden girls' bathrooms. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: it's good.
>> jimmy: hiding in blanche's bathroom. thank you, people who fall asleep during the state of the union, for not being able to stay awake for the one hour a a year that you can potentially appear on every major television network. get it together. what is the problem? stay up. >> steve: that's what el chapo said. [ laughter ] [ audience oohs ] [ laughter ] that's like a major sip right there. >> steve: that's a real strong sip. >> jimmy: i didn't think i was going to do that at all. >> steve: el chapo. >> jimmy: excuse me. >> steve: feels good. >> jimmy: thank you, tuxedos, for being mostly black and a a little white. the opposite of this year's
[ laughter ] [ audience oohs ] not one black nominee. thank you, new apple tv remote, for being thinner, sleeker, and even better at getting lost in my couch somewhere. [ laughter and applause ] that's just -- so great. >> steve: i can't do anything. >> jimmy: doesn't matter. we're stuck watching whatever show it is. >> jimmy: thank you, cuticles, for sounding like adorable testicles. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: oh. oh, boy. cuticles. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: el chapo. >> jimmy: all right. [ laughter ] [ sipping sound ]
>> jimmy: thank you, kombucha, for being the only type of tea that sounds like one of the words that pop up on the screen when batman punches a guy. [ applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, headphones, for being airline travel code for, "i didn't come here to make friends." there you go, everybody. those are my thank you notes. we'll be right back with my man, ray romano.
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popular tv show "everybody loves raymond." he stars in the new hbo drama series from martin scorsese and mick jagger, yeah, called "vinyl" it premieres sunday, february 14th, at 9:00 p.m. please welcome ray romano, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you so much for being here. >> what do you mean? thank you. >> jimmy: first time with us. and so we're psyched. you know. >> it is, first time, yes. >> jimmy: you know, i mean, i have known you for a few years. >> yeah, yeah, we do, we go back a little bit. >> jimmy: "snl." we just did this, we were at a, i saw you at a charity event we did in boston for neely house. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: for neely house. >> for dennis leary's charity. >> jimmy: dennis leary's charity.
>> jimmy: gosh, you were talking about this movie you just saw. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: do you know what i'm talking about? >> you're talking about the bit i did? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> about "everest," mt. everest. >> jimmy: yeah. >> the movie, yeah. >> jimmy: i haven't seen the, i haven't seen it. >> not, here's the thing about, i have a funny observation about it, but not many people have seen it. how many people have seen "everest," the movie "everest?" [ scattered applause ] see, not quite enough. >> jimmy: no. [ laughter ] >> and they should. first of all, it's a great movie. >> jimmy: yeah. >> second of all, there's a, the scenes are unbelievable. they're climbing mt. everest. but the most unbelievable scene to me was, and i want people who have seen this to vouch that this is true. what i'm about to say is true. this scene happened. the guys are getting ready to climb the mountain. they're on like base camp two, and they're having, around the campfire, and josh brolin's character is talking to the and he goes, he actually says this dialogue. i feel a little guilty because i forgot to tell my wife i was doing this. he forgot to tell his wife he
[ light laughter ] and that's, listen to me. listen. my wife constantly tells me i'm the worst communicator in the world. no, i'm not. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: mt. everest. >> seriously, what? here's my thing. what could be bigger? what could you do? i guess if, i guess if neil armstrong's wife was watching the moon landing and was, is that neil? is that? [ laughter and applause ] is that daddy? what is he doing? i mean, i don't know. look, i don't know how your wife is. but if i forget to tell my wife i'm going to play poker or something. >> jimmy: climbing mt. everest. >> that is not good. it's not good. >> jimmy: but, you've been married, you've been married a >> yes. >> jimmy: how long?
>> jimmy: 28 years. good for you. that's good. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: that's fantastic. >> long time. how much, foy you? >> jimmy: eight years. >> eight years. >> jimmy: eight years for me, yeah. >> okay, so you're not probably at the point where i'm at. [ light laughter ] i'm at, here's where i am. here's where we are in the marriage. because in the beginning, it's, in the beginning, it's kind of like you i do no wrong. in the beginning of a a relationship, in the beginning of a marriage. we have crossed over to you can do no right. you can do no right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you can do no right. >> i just accept it. it's the way it is. i'll give you an example. perfect example. she was watching a movie in our house with my sister in law. they were watching a movie. i wasn't watching it. the kitchen. i know she likes popcorn. i told her, unsolicited, unsolicited i said, i'm gonna go to the kitchen. i'll bring you back some popcorn, to which she said, all right, but bring enough. [ laughter ] already. she was already mad that i hadn't brought enough. >> jimmy: just being nice and
>> exactly. once, the new thing that gets me is when we talk on the phone, we talk on the phone, we get disconnected on the cell phone. i call her right back. and she picks up and goes, what was that? [ laughter ] and i'm like, what do you mean? we're on a cell phone. we got disconnected. she goes, okay. and i really, i want to say to you got me. you know what i like to do? i like to talk to you, and in the middle of a sentence, just hang up and then call you right back. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's how, you caught me. i'm busted, yeah. >> but it works. it works. >> jimmy: it works, yeah. we were talking about, i was like, dude, i love the beard. what's goin' on? and you're like, i'm doing the show "vinyl." >> yes. >> jimmy: and i go, what's going on? you said martin scorsese and mick jagger's involved, it's about the rec -- i go, this is not "everybody loves raymond." >> i don't know how i'm on it, and i don't know how i got on this show. it's so cool, it's the coolest show.
>> it's, not only is it a cool show, i do my first, this is not a plug, folks. this is a warning. [ light laughter ] i do a sex scene. i do a sex scene. [ cheers and applause ] yes. no, no. no. no. >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> you see? no, no, that's the sitcom. the sitcom, i have done sitcom sex. you get in bed and you hear -- and that's the end of the scene. [ laughter ] that's not hbo. hbo, i'm telling you, if you, listen, if you know me from "everybody loves raymond" episode seven, just go bowling. go bowling. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> on this new show. i'm nude, i'm nake -- >> jimmy: is it weird? >> it's very weird. very stressful. >> jimmy: you're totally, you're naked doing this? >> i'm totally, you know, you've got -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the thing. >> you got the sock. you got the sock thing. you know, the sock, with the -- >> jimmy: i don't know. i don't know the sock thing.
a sock? >> it's called, yeah, it's called a sock. and it's -- >> jimmy: yeah, you got the -- >> it's actually very flattering when you put it on. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i got to look into this thing. i gotta get it. >> here's the thing. it's very nerve racking. it's confusing, is what a sex scene is. because, you're simulating, you're simulating sex. i mean, it's not real. but he don't know that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's not an actor. >> no. >> jimmy: he's not an actor. >> i try to tell him, i brief him. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i brief him ahead of time. >> jimmy: you brief him up, you say, don't, don't be fooled. >> but he falls, he falls for it every time. [ laughter ] you know what it is? you know what it is? it's like playing a trick on a a dog. it's like, like when you pretend to throw the ball. cause it's a lot -- >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> and here's the thing.
it's a threesome. it's a threesome, okay. now listen -- [ audience hoots ] okay. but, but it's new to me. and, i remember, i went to one of the other actors on the show, and you know, of course, it's like a stud, good looking actor. and i asked, have you ever had a threesome. this is the answer that blew me away. he said five or six. he didn't know the number. [ laughter ] he didn't know -- he didn't know how many threesomes he had. i don't, i don't understand. i can understand you don't know how many women you've slept with, but how many threesomes. i would know that. i would know exactly. [ laughter ] that would be like asking me how many times have you fell in quicksand. you know what i mean? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you remember it very well. >> yes, of course. >> jimmy: very well. you remember falling into quicksand. but this is, as i said, great people involved. it's hbo. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but they don't fool around, hbo.
great stuff. and you got mick jagger behind you, martin scorsese. >> it's awesome. it's an awesome. it's a great show. bobby cannavale's the star. >> jimmy: bobby cannavale's fantastic. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: it's set in the '70s, its' a record label. >> and it is a lot of, you were joking about in your monologue about the cocaine. i snort a lot of fake cocaine. >> jimmy: you do? >> yes. lot of fake hookers. >> jimmy: fake hookers? actors. yeah, actors. [ laughter ] >> no, no. actors. yes. >> jimmy: they're called actors. we have a clip here. this is ray romano in hbo's new series "vinyl." take a look at this. >> look i want to bring in joe corso. >> corso's a thug. >> you don't know that. you don't know that. he's good. he's good at what he does. that's, you shouldn't say things about people that you don't know. you know, he's, he's the best promotion man in the business. >> 14 radio stations across every major market, not willing to play any of our albums.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. ray romano right here. [ cheers and applause ] his new hbo series, "vinyl," premieres february 14th at 9:00 p.m. now, ray and i are about to play a fun, new game. it's time for "explain this photo." here we go. explain this photo >> jimmy: so basically, before the show, i don't know why we agreed to do this, but we swapped cell phones, and we looked through each other's photo albums. and i found some pictures on your phone, and i think you found some photos on my phone. >> i did. >> jimmy: and -- that need some explaining. >> yeah. they're a little confusing when you look at them, yeah. >> jimmy: very good. now, i've got your phone, here. here, this is my phone, here. this is the first -- on. is that going to ruin the bit if i put glasses on? >> jimmy: no, you can put
you can do whatever you want. but i can just show it to you. here. this is a photo -- [ laughter ] what -- can we get a close-up? >> it's a great moment in my life, actually. it's a great moment. >> jimmy: now, what is -- are you -- is that kenny g.? am i wrong? >> that's kenny g. i don't know if there are any golfers in the audience, but that's phil mickelson, and he had just won the british open. this is at pebble beach where i play in the pro am. and you get the claret jug, you get the claret. it's like the stanley cup. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh, yeah. >> so we all had to drink some wine out of the claret jug. and i got to be honest, it was a little -- it was a stressful moment because i don't drink, and i'm a germophobe, you know. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. >> plus, i have a man crush on phil mickelson. >> jimmy: and kenny g. >> well, kenny g. was there to calm me down. you know what i mean. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: people get out of control. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, that makes sense. >> i don't drink because -- not because of kenny g., but no, well, actually, no, he's related to the last time i
i went to the bathroom. and i started hearing kenny g. in the bathroom. and i realized, i'm pissing in the elevator. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's when you know you got to stop. that's when you know you got to stop. [ laughter ] >> by the way, i love kenny g. i mean, he's a good friend of mine, and i love his music. >> jimmy: yeah, me, too. me, too. >> speaking of music. speaking of music, i found this. >> jimmy: okay, i can explain this. >> this, this needs a little explanation. >> jimmy: all right, look. all right, so i spent -- i made -- >> first of all, is that a a cake? >> jimmy: it's not a cake. this is a turntable, it's a a picture disc. >> it's an actual turntable. >> jimmy: this is -- here's the truth. if this were, you know, 20 years ago where you had to use film in the camera, this photo wouldn't exist. the fact i can take 1,000 photos on my cell phone and not really worry about it, that's why this photo exists. i have a record, a vinyl
i listen -- and i got this record from my uncle. i was -- it's a picture disc of barry manilow's greatest hits. >> by the way, i love me some barry manilow. >> jimmy: i didn't know how many hits. it's unbelievable. and i was listening to "daybreak." it was like -- as the day breaks >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. so it was that song, and i hadn't heard that in a long time. i go, that's a fantastic song. and then i just got entranced by his spinning head and i just to take a picture. so barry, i know you are watching. if you have any more picture discs, send them over. i would love to play them, they're very fantastic. >> and kenny g., too. >> jimmy: and kenny g., if you have a picture disc as well. all right, explain this photo. what is -- what? [ laughter ] what happened here? >> the only way i can explain that is, put it this way. when your wife is making pancakes, never say, "where's mine, fatso?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not true. that's not true. >> by the way.
this is vinyl-related. the cool thing about the show, i don't know what the next episode is, and they just told me i had to get a prosthetic nose made. and i get beat up. and they break my nose. and i don't know if you know, but i had to do my nose in sections. yeah. [ laughter ] yeah. >> jimmy: it wasn't enough plaster to cover your whole nose at once. >> they had to cover their plaster. okay, here we go. this one i like, too. yeah, this one, i tried to figure out. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i sent this from my writer, one of our writers and my best friend. this is mid-fist, right here. here's what happened. that's my bathroom in my dressing room, this is a true story. it was my birthday. and my writer friend was hiding in my bathroom with the lights off for about 20 minutes. [ laughter ] with a clown mask an army jacket and a real knife. [ laughter ] and he was videotaping as -- so
on, and i went to punch the clown. and yeah. >> that's your friend? >> jimmy: he's my best friend. yeah, yeah. gerard. >> you know, what, a clown with a knife is scary, but probably more scary, a clown with a a plunger, because then you don't know what just happened. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you know you don't want to get involved in what just happened. here's the last one, here. and this one -- it's just odd. explain this to me, because look at your muscle there. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but look how big your muscle is, there. can you see? >> yeah, part of that is my wife's head. >> jimmy: i recognized your wife's head, but then -- >> here's the weird part is i can't take credit for that muscle because it looks like i got a gun there. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and it's not. what happened is i broke the tendon in my bicep ripped. well, it ripped gradually, like it tore and kept tearing a a little more, a little more. and after one day, the muscle just falls. and you get what's called popeye muscles. you get --
called popeye muscle where you flex it. it pops up, and it looks like you're strong. >> jimmy: you can do that? >> i don't know if you can see it through the jacket, through the cool leather. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: can you take the jacket off? >> you want to actually -- you want to see the muscle? [ cheers ] why would i do this? why would i show my deformity on national television? [ cheers ] no. no, no, no, no. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. guys, this is episode six of "vinyl." [ laughter ] >> no, no. >> jimmy: it's getting there. >> by the way, it's not pretty. i don't know why i'm showing this. why would you want to see this? >> jimmy: we can recreate the photo. >> i have a knife scar on my ass. you want to see that? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, save that for next time. save that for next time. >> so what you is -- no, wait, this is just it. and then when you pop it, it comes up. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: all right, let me get my head in there. >> oh, you want to --
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest stars on the hugely popular show "pretty little liars," which airs tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. on freeform. that's right, freeform. that is the new name for abc family. they changed the name like two days ago. so now it's called freeform, just in case you're like, "what is he talking about?" it's abc family, no it's called freeform now. tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. please welcome our pal, lucy hale, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ]
talking about. hey. you look gorgeous. >> thank you for the freeform shout-out. the publicists are probably very happy about that. >> jimmy: oh, good -- no. your show is crushing it. >> thank you. and i love it. i'm a big fan of yours. >> thank you. you obviously know i'm a fan of you as well. i'm so excited to be here. i'm freaking out. >> jimmy: no, please, please, please. we talked about you on the show before. >> i know, because on your "ew!" skit when you said "pretty little liars" i fell out of my chair. >> jimmy: that's my favorite show. >> "pretty little liars." >> jimmy: "pretty little liars." [ laughter ] it's my favorite show. lucy hale. >> oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so good. >> jimmy: for those who don't know you, you're from memphis, which is one of my favorite places. i was just there. >> i heard you liked it. >> jimmy: i love -- it's just amazing. it's almost like out of a movie set. >> it's really -- are you an elvis fan? >> jimmy: giant. are you kidding? >> did you go to graceland? >> jimmy: i did not go, because justin timberlake is there as
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i haven't even been to his house. so, i mean, i'm waiting, i'm going to start there and then go to graceland. but i has some good barbecue over there. >> the best. rendezvous. >> jimmy: rendezvous barbecue. >> all right, you need to try central barbecue next time you're there. >> jimmy: okay, central. >> trumps rendezvous, yep. >> jimmy: really? >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: 'cause rendezvous, i ordered some -- >> some good stuff. >> jimmy: they mail it to you, they send it in the mail now. >> they ship worldwide. >> jimmy: i mean, why not? >> i don't know how that works. >> jimmy: i would love opening up an amazon box with ribs in there. >> just some meat. >> jimmy: that's fantastic, i'm like, why not? >> love that meat. yeah. >> jimmy: so you're a memphis girl. >> i am, yeah. >> jimmy: i don't really hear the accent. i don't hear the southern. >> i know. so i moved to l.a. when i was 15, with my mom. and you know, i moved for acting. and i went to a couple auditions and had like, not a a strong accent, but a little southern drawl. and i had to take accent reduction classes to get rid of my accent. >> jimmy: but that southern accent is so cute. people would love that.
it comes out a little when i'm tired or angry. >> jimmy: tired or angry. >> tired or angry. >> jimmy: you're like, hi. >> hey, y'all. >> jimmy: hey, y'all. >> yeah, but the one thing i'll never lose is y'all. i always say y'all. >> jimmy: you do. >> yeah, that'll never go. >> jimmy: no, you can't lose -- >> you gotta keep it. >> jimmy: yeah, sorry, accent reduction courses. yeah, you can't get rid of y'all. don't even try it. well, you're great on the show. i love it. >> thank you. >> jimmy: "pretty little liars" is the name of show. what i think is kind of funny, that not really lying but you're not really telling the truth. >> what am i lying about? >> jimmy: well, your name isn't lucy, is it? >> oh, okay. well, let me explain. okay, karen is actually my first name. >> jimmy: well, hello. that might be something -- i think that might be something. come on, y'all. i mean -- >> come on, y'all. >> jimmy: let's get real, y'all. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right now, i don't even know who i'm talking to, lucy or karen. >> you'll never know. >> jimmy: i'll never know. >> karen is my alter ego. >> jimmy: there's so much mystery around the show, and so i mean, a is that you don't
>> have you seen it? >> yes. >> jimmy: and it was -- everybody saw it. it's just the greatest. but i don't want to ruin it for people that haven't see it. binge watch. >> right, okay, cool. season six, now. and you kind of jumped to the future. >> we have. we have, you know, for the six years on the show, i was playing a teenager. so we're now 23. we're much wiser, but yeah, we premiered on tuesday, and we are five years older. choice award. congratulations for that >> thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well deserved. >> we have the best fans in the world. >> jimmy: you do have great fans. i got to say. >> passionate. >> jimmy: they love that you're coming on the show, twitter and everything, snapchat, people were going nuts. >> you were telling me to get on snapchat. you might have convinced me, i don't know. >> jimmy: it's fun. i don't know really what it means. i don't think you need it. i think your famous enough, but snapchat, you're going to be really famous. >> i might need to do it. >> jimmy: you know what i like about going to the awards, did you go to the people's choice awards? >> yes. >> jimmy: did you meet anybody that you didn't know was a fan,
a fan? 'cause that's where i think, ooh, that's pretty cool. >> well, they were in the front row, so they had to clap, but sandra bullock and ellen degeneres were like, right in the front, and they stood up and clapped for us, and that was really neat. >> jimmy: what? oh, my gosh, unbelievable. >> sandy b., i love her so much. >> jimmy: sandy b. and ellen d. i mean, yeah, absolutely. [ laughter ] you know what's trippy? both of their names are karen. [ laughter ] >> everyone's a karen. >> jimmy: read up, y'all. it's true. lucy hale, everybody. come on. you gotta come back. [ cheers and applause ] >> i will. >> jimmy: do you want to hang out? >> i want to do the "ew!" skit. >> jimmy: let's do "ew!" >> okay, ew! >> jimmy: ew! >> ew! >> jimmy: "pretty little liars" airs tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. on freeform. what is that? brandi carlile performs with us next. stick around, everybody.
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there's a hole in my pocket where my dreams fell through from a sidewalk in the city to the avenue there's a leak in my dam bout the size of a pin and i can't quite remember where the water's getting in but when you're wearing on your sleeve all the things you regret you can only remember what you want to forget you feel it tugging at your heart like the stars overhead til you rest your bones on the killing bed let them roll over me when i doubt you oh let them roll over me
with the weight of the world resting on my back and the road on which i've travelled is as long as it is cracked but i keep pressing forward with my feet to the ground for a heart that is broken makes a beautiful sound when you're wearing on your sleeve all the things you regret you can only remember what you want to forget let them roll over me let them roll over me when i doubt you oh let them roll over me let them roll over me when i doubt you oh
i walk through my days like a ghost in a dream but the field carries on and my past follows me it's hard moving on from the things you done wrong when they play in your head like an old fashioned song when you're wearing on your sleeve all the things you regret you can only remember what you want to forget lonely miles without you without you roll over me i let them roll over me doubt you over me over me
let them roll over me let them roll over me let them roll over me let them roll over me let the ground keep my faults let the water be my home let the dust hold my soul like a holy rolling stone [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's the way to do it. come on. that's the way to do it. thank you. thank you so much. brandi carlile. "the firewatcher's daughter" is out now. we'll be right back, everybody. come on back.
i 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 -- dakota johnson, from broadway's "something rotten" actor brian d'arcy james, acadamy award nominated director and screenwriter adam mckay, music from carly rae jepsen, featuring the 8g band with fred armisen and janet weiss. [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ]