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kate murray: "i am not a prosecutor. i am a manager." vo: well, the first part's true. kate murray's never practiced criminal law. never prosecuted one murderer, one drug dealer, or one corrupt politician. editorials call murray "utterly unprepared to serve." and "clueless about pressing issues surrounding criminal justice." there's a better choice. madeline singas has spent two decades pr llecuting crime.t?targeting murderers, drug dealers, political corruption. madeline singas. a prosecutor, not a politician. that's it for news 4 at 11:00. >> good night, we'll see you tomorrow. rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the
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jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- bryan cranston. rachel maddow. musical guest, andrea bocelli. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 358, finland! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, thank you, thank youe thank y i, thank you very much. lcome, each and every one of you. welcome, welcome to "tm,he tonight show." is is it.
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you're here. you're part of the show. [ cheers and applause ] this is the show. this is the show to be at. i'm your host, jimmy fallon. i hope everyone had a good halloween. yofiu have good halloween? [ cheers ] it seemed like'here were a lot of good costumes this year. you had the rock went as popeye. did you see tat? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: that was cool. heidi klum went as jessica rabbit. th, at was amazing. and this year's mets went as last year's mets. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve that's goid. >> jimmy: great costumes. >> steve: save a lot of money. >> jimmy: we were all -- [ laughter ] we were all bummed here in new york, but i do want to say congrats to the kansas city royals who bea the mets to win thsteir world series in years last night. congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] that's a long time to wait. since the royals won, they'll get to meet president obama, and since the mets blew an early lead and lost, they get to meet jeb bush.
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of course, the loss was a real heartbreaker for the mets, but i think fox analyst ank thomas did his best to make them feel bette about things. watch this. the met have nothing to hold their heads down for, except they didn't play that ouwell and they ga away the world series. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they should be proud of everything they did except for everything they did. [ laughter ] as i mentioned, this weekend was also halloween, and i saw that jay-z and beyonce dressed the characters from the eddie murphy movie "coming to america." [ light laughter ] yeah, in fact, their "coming to america" costumes were so good, donald trump had them both deported. [ laughter and applause ] th.ey're gone. they're not here anymore. a bit of a scandal here, it's being reported that the jets had their locker room swept for listening devices before their recent game against the w england patriots. yeah, the jets became suspicious when they noticed an unmarked van parked in the
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shower. [ laughter ] that shouldn't be there. yeah. more sports news, triple crown winner american pharoah won the breeder's cup classic this weekend. [ cheers and applause ] good for h . then he retired from racing. but this is cool, today, he was named an analyst for espn. [ laughter ] well jim, if it was me out there today, i would have pooped before the race started. but he's a rookie. he'll figure it out. and we got a sugar cube for him. you guys, one of the best parts about going to an nba game is when they let the fans do the half-court shots. you know those contests they have at halftime? the half-court shots, and the prize is usually amazing, a car or a ton of money or something like that. well, we had our first big winner last week at a memphis grizzlies game. yeah. check out what he got. th is is great. >> check this out. the house just went crazy as
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this fan came out a halfrt shot. in it goes! and guess what he wins? tater tots for life. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: what? for life? what? oh, my god. >> jimmy: i guhis it's a good prize. >> steve: what s that, five bags? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: imagine this. his ketchup budget is going to be through the roof this year. laughter ] tater tots for life. nba players haven't seen that many tots since father's day. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: hey-oh! hey, hey, hey-oh! >> jimmy: spea ng of bask ball, last week's episode "inside the nba," shaquille o'neal claimed that meeo, rectlstoffered him $50 million to go to the moon. thin sarq reac hed out and went, "you mean this lettle ball of chrp to ?" [ laughter ] it's true, though.
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shaq said that someone offered him $50 million to go to the moon, but he wouldn't say who. shaqalked ab ut that story on his podcast this week. at's right, shaq has a a podcast. [ laughter ] it's called "the big podcast with shaq." his guest this week was kim kardashian. d it's pretty interesting conversation. let's take a listen. >> this is shaq podcast, this shaq cast. welcome back. i'm sht . i'o here with kim kardashian. >> hi. >> in shaq news, someone said they're going to ay me $50 million to go to the moon. >> ho said that? >> i'm not going to tell you. >> why? >> 'cause i'm not. wanna go to the moon with me? >> no. >> why not? >> yo 'cause i like it here. >> here sucks, the moon is the best. let's go to the moon. no. >> yes, let's go to the>> no. >> let's go to the moon. >> no. >> let's you and me go to the moon. >> no. >> yes, the moon. >> no. >> the moon. >> no. >> i'll y you $40. >> no. >> bo $30? >> hat's ss. >> $20. final offer. >> no. greaod see you on the moon. i'm shaq. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there you go. we have a great show. give it up for the roots.
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[ cheers a applause ] >> jimmy: oh, hey. hi. guys, it is monday. we're so happy to be back. we have a big week of shows coming up. bill o'reilly will be here, aziz ansari. [ cheers and applause ] martin short and joining us. plus we have stand-up from one of my favorites, wayne fetterman is gonna do stand-up right here. [ cheers and applause ] a new album out. it's his only album, actually. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: all his stand-up performances throughout his whole career, it's coming out and it's going to be fun. we have performances from alanis morissette, harry connick jr., meghan trainor. [ cheers and applause ] it's a good week. >> steve: i'm going to watch. >> jimmy: but first, we have a a fantastic show tonight. we love it when he stops by. he's getting awards buzz for his role in the new movie "trumbo." bryan cranston is here. [ cheers and applause ] you can't beat him. >> steve: come on.
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>> jimmy: he is so fun. >> steve: he's a fun man. >> jimmy: he's a good sport and it's gonna be -- we're going to do something a a little silly later in the show. as always. it wouldn't be "the tonight show" if we didn't do something silly. this is up there. >> steve: yeah. >> immy: yeah. >> steve: literally. >> jimmy: you don't want to miss this. stay tuned for that, 'cause it's good. plus, she's super smart, super cool. i love talking to her about everything that's going on in politics. rachel maddow is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] rachel maddow. >> steve: maddow. >> jimmy: plus, we have -- i mean, come on. you can't beat this guy. music from the incredibly talented, oh, my gosh, andrea bocelli is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] he doesn't even need a a microphone. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: he's that good. he comes in and does rehearsal today, it's just beautiful. this guys so talented. anyway, andrea bocelli is here. [ cheers and applause ] guys, it is time for screen grabs. here we go.
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>> jimmy: this first one was sent in by carla shulman in cold lake, alberta, canada. she was checking out hotel deals online and she saw this. "special deal, book early and save zero percent." >> steve: oh, my god. [ unlaughter ] >> jimmy: i mean, we should call now. that's special deal. >> steve: who could pass that up? >> jimmy: i ow. yzero. xt s een grab was sent in by talia karaberis. karaberis? karaberis? karaberis? >> steve: karaberis. care bear. >> jimmy: talia karaberis? [ laughter ] >> steve: i think that's greek for care bear. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: talia is a care bear? >> steve: yeah. >>or jimmy: sent in to us by a a care bear. i didn't know they were real. >> steve: yeah. ty >> jimmy: lives in renton, washington. she was searching for the best child day care centers in her area. good that she's looking for this. let's see what she found. a place called child time. that was very nice. underneath there, self-storage. [ laughter ]
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>> steve: lock it before you go. >> jimmy: next one is sent in by victoria soper in clearwater, florida. she was online shopping for some necklaces and came across these. that's a nice view. right there. [ laughter ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: that's a nice "f", "u." >> steve: very nice, "f", "u." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: next one was sent in by leigh barnes in dalton, massachusetts. she was on sirius radio and saw these two songs playing. two difeerent stations. look at this. one station has van halen, "love walks in." the other station has one republic, "love runs out." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: yeah, zero. >> jimmy: love rarely stays put. this next one was sent in by alex vigarito in ramsey, new jersey. he did a google search for cat herpes. [ laughter ] >> steve: is that right, cat herpes? >> jimmy: cat herpes. >> steve: cat herpes. >> jimmy: as one often does.
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's just run out of things to google. see what pops up for cat he es. anyway, he googled -- h [ laughter ] he googled cat herpes. >> steve: sure, yeah. >> jim y: and so there's some articles up there. but look at the top, here's the best "cat herpes at amazon up to 50% off cat herpes." [ laughter and applause ] they have everything. they have everything at amazon. >> steve: 50% off. >> jimmy: 50% off cat he es they have everything. >> steve: cat herpes half off. >> jimmy: this next one was sent in by michele russell from ontario, canada. she was on the home page of her local hospital and saw this. says, "welcome to our hospital. do not enter." [ laughter ] not the most helpful place. >> steve: do you have cat herpes? no, out. >> jimmy: out. we l only deal with cat herpes. next one was sent in by chg ris ho myand in lynchburg, virginia. he was looking at his instagram feed amo saw two ictures that lined up in a really funny way.
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this is funny. look at that. [ laughter ] that's going to be my halloween costume next year. this next one was sent in by lindsey hitchcock in new smyrna beach, florida. she was taking an online quiz. >> steve: those are fun. >> jimmy: yeahu a questionnaire. let's look at this. it says, "which of the following beverages do you regularly consume?" we got coffee, tea, regular soda, diet soda. look down here further a a little. "chlorine and mud puddles." [ laughter ] >> steve: chlorine? >> jimmy: mud puddles? like bear grylls, maybe. >> steve: i'm just drinking mud puddles. >> jimmy: yeah. steve: swallows chl ine, he gets rid of cat herpes. >> jimmy: yeah. we're down t our last screen grab, it's from kerry slater in vancouver, canada. she was shopping for a a halloween costume and spotted guy that she says looks a lot like me. i don't know if i see it. but let's take a look at this costume. [ laughter ]
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does that look like me? [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] [ drumroll ] >> jimmy: thank you, quest. little longer than -- >> steve: ready? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how dare you, sir. >> steve: you scoundrel. [ cheers and applause ] >>. jimmy: you killed my father. prepare to die. that's all the time we have for "s, creen grabs." if you have a funny screen grab, e-mail us at
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we might put it on the show. we'll be rig th back wire bryan cranston, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] sfx: bell rings is that coffee? yea, it's nespresso. i want in. t
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is an emmy and tony award winning actor who stars in the new movie "trumbo" which will be in select theaters this friday and nationwide on november 25th. please welcome my man, bryan cranston. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: man welcome back. >>e thank yk.. >> jimmy: welcome back to the ashow, my man. >> good to be back. good to be here.c>>n dmmy: looking sharp, as ways. you got a nice suit on there. >> y know, i do have a nice suit on. it's not mine. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: these aren't your suits? >> no, no. >> jimmy: when you come on the show, they're not.
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>> there not -- no, you know a a nice thing happened, is that people tell me, "bryan, we like you, but you don't have a good judgment of clothes. so what we'd like to do is put you with styliht." and the stylist, i go to his place, and he puts on all arese clothes, and he takes pictures. >> jimmy: puts things together for you. >> and puts things together for me ecause i'm not really good at that. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, i go into my closet. >> jimmy: you're a good actor. acting is enough. >> let me tell you something, this just happpatd. i put this tie on. was a litone too so i ut it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: not even your tie. it's not my tie. i go, it was hanging way -- it was like that. i went, oh, no. >> jimmy: cut it off with scissors. >> we cut the tie and then stick it like that. >> jimmy: and then no one will ever know the difference. >> and no one knows the difference. pretend you didn't hear that. [ laughter ] >>) jimmy: exactly. can you say the stylist's name? he's backstage, will he be
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embarrassed? >> michael fisher. >> jimmy: michael fisher is his name. >> a great-- he's a great guy, and a great stylist. one time, i went on the road and i had all my clothes and i dn't knot what to giar, what shirt with what tie. i'm a guy, i don't know those ingss [ light laughter ] so he put together -- he put together pictures, and he attached them to each suit or clothes like garanimals. do you know what garanimals is? jimmy: of course! garanimals. like the giraffe with the giraffe. >> wear the giraffe pants with the giraffe shirt. and you'll match. in jimmy: they should make those for adults. >> i need them. actually, here's tonight. this is jimmy fallon, the jimmy fallon appearance. >> jimmy: right. [ audience aws ] that's what you should wear. >> that's what i'm wearing. >> jimmy: so you're wearing-- says you have the suit, keep jacket buttoned on entrance, keep jacket butoned on entrance but unbutton when sitting. hey, you did that. hey, well done. [ cheers and applause ] he tells you exactly what to do?
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2 boot-- black lace-ups. tuck laces and double knot. you remember how i taught you, right? [ laughter ] that's what it says on the bottom. you remember how i taught you, right? [ light laughter ] are you a baby? you're like a little baby, "yeah, i tie my shoes." >> two bunny ears. >> jimmy: well, i found something because i -- we were talking about shiogh. this is a magazine called teen talk, which is basically coming back, whatever that magazine is. teen talk. you were in teen talk, 1985. you're imiteen t k. here's bryan cranston. it's just you exercising. [ light laughter ] and then look at this, thi is you jumping rope. what does it say, something funny? mping ro tpe is one reason bryan has such great legs. [ cheers and applause ] >> hey. >> jimmy: teen talk. >> teen ta . >> jimmy: teen talk, man. you start there, and now here you are in "trumbo."
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this thing is getting crazy buzz. i don't want to jinx anything, but you're in the movie with john goodman, so you're guar teed an ost.r. [ laughter ] that's what happens. hn goodman's magic. a magician, the man to be in movies with. you wa to tell eve body the story of this. >> it's called "trumbo." it's the story of a man, a a screen writer in 1947, he was the highest paid screenwriter in hollywood. he was also a member of the american communist party. 'cause it was an adjunct of labor unions and wanted to get a voice in washington. and at the red scare during the time, the house on american activities committee would subpoena and summons these men and domen into the committee meeting, and if they didn't answer their questions the way they wanted to, "are you now or have you ever been a member of the communist party," if you fuse to answer on the basis of the first amendment or the erfifth amendmtit, per ps, they would send you to jail. so dalton trumbo went to jail for a year but committed no crime.
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so this was an interesting thing. like the thought police of the time, and the fearmongers, and it was a real honest to goodness scare at that time. and this clip, i think, is when he's just come out of prison and he can't work under his own name, so he has to use a a pseudonym. and he goes to john goodman, o is aqguy namd frank king, and he does schlock -- schlock movies. doesn't matter. to try to get a job using an assumed name. >> jimmy: we have a clip. bryan anston in "trumbo." take a look at this. >> trumbo, we can't afford you. >> well, how much did you pay for th ascript of that bad men tombstone? >> $1,200. >> all right. i'll write you a movie for $1,200 then. >> and you don't want your name on it. >> no, you don't want my name on it.
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>> you got that right. >> especially if you're still up to stuff. >> i am. perpetually. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. that's not you. that's not you. >> t t's some other guy. >> jimmy: that's fantastic. >> thank you, man. >> w jimmy: more with bryan cranston when we come back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] at net10 wireless, you can use the phone you already have. and keep your network and number, too.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. i'm here with bryan cranston, right here [ cheers and applause ] bryan cranston. bryan, you're a great actor. tv. you've done broadway. but a lot of people don't know this. we actually co-starred in a a 1990s. >> yeah. it was -- >> yes it was. it was a soap opera.
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>> jimmy: yeah. >> and it was called "suspen d suspense." >> ji my: yeah. [ light laughter ] right. that's right. "suspended suspense." >> yeah. >> jimmy: and it was a soap opera where we played brothers named garrison and mison go enweather. [ light laughter ] >> that's right, i was garrison. you were jamison. i think the show was ahead of its time. because it got cancelled after u onlyrthree episodes, you remember? >> jimmy: i mean, it's funny, because you swing and miss sometimes. it's all, i think it's because the director insisted that every scene be shot with us suspended several feet above the ground. >> yeah. it sounds a li le weird, but it was, how can i say this? the director was kind of a neat freak. >> jimmy: yeah. >> right? and he didn't want shoes to be scuffing up the floor. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. well, this is funny. you're going to laugh.d i s down in the basement of 30 rock this morning looking through the cases of video tapes. and i found some tapes of the >> no, no. >> jimmy: and i think we have a a clip. >> that's exciting. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. cheers ] here's the clip.
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here's a clip from the first episode of the early '90s soap opera, "suspended suspense." [ cheers ] >> i need to talk to you, jamison. [ laughter and applause ] >> very well, garrison. let just put my croissant down. [ light laughter ] [ clunk ] [ laughter and applause ] what is it? >> well, come closer. [ light laughter ] i must make sure that one
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else can hear us. >> out with it. >> father has fallen ill. however, in his will, it says that the illions of dollars at he made s a streeto musician shall be given to only one of his sons. >> well, that's easy. i'm his favorite son. so, the mo y belongblto me. >> ha! pa-shaw! laughter ] father would never give you his money, you rat.fhe detes you. how dare you say such a [ ughter ] >> wait, wait, wait! what are we doing? >> yes. >> give me a hug.
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[ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: see, i don't, i don't know if that really worked. >> in retrospe , we really should have just been standing. [ laughter ] >> yeah, yeah. well, believe it or not, i found a second tape while i was wn -- >> no, no, you didn't. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, let's take a a look at another clip. this is from episode two of "suspended suspense." [ cheers and applause ] ju [ light laughter ] >> jamison, father has passed. but i cannot find his will and testament. >> that's because i have it.
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father's billions. [ evil laugh ] >> that's it. m putting my foot down, [ laughter ] where are you going? stop. [ laughter ] >> i'm going to the judge. >> come back with your documents. [ light laughter ] >> looks like i, i'll just have to exit through the roof. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: really was quite the obstacle there. [ laughter ] >> i'm really starting to regret the decis n that we
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were sus inded in air again? >>hem jimny: b, it wasn't easy r our , crew, either. the crew. >> jimmy: do you remember this? it was really hard on their arms. >> oh, right. >> jimmy: to keep us lifted. >> i remember how it became more and more difficult to them to suspend us in the air for an entire episode. >> jimmy: you're not going to believ this but iufound a a crawl space beneath one of the video cases. i found another -- >> no you did no cheers nd applause ] you did not! >> jimmy: i knew you wouldn't believe it. >> you did not! >> jimmy: let's take a look at the thir, and final episode of "suspended suspense." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] >> jamison, come here this instant. i've been looking for you all day. [ light laughter ] i must speak to you face-to-face. >> well, what's the matter?
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[ light laughter ] >> you have withdrawn funds directly from father's account. [ light laughter ] >> how dare you accuse me of such a thing? >>ah well, you're a liar and a a thie jamison. >> oh, r rlly? thing co "d be more far from the truth. >> is this a joke to you, jamison? i want you to look me square in the eyes and tell me what you yo see. [ laughter and applause ] >> i see my brother. [ laughter ] >> y,'re damn right you do. we're family. and that will never change. one last hug?
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[ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think, i actually kind of like that last episode. >> me too. it was riveting. >> jimmy: our thanks to bryan cranston. [ cheers and applause ] "trumbo" opens in select theaters on friday. nationwide on november 25th. we'll be right back with rachel maddow. [ cheers and applause ] surprise!!!!! we heard you got a job as a developer! its official, i work for ge!! what? wow...alyeyh! okay... guys, i'll be writing a new language for machines so planes, trains, even
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest hosts "the rachel maddow show." she's also going to moderate the first in the south democratic candidates forum in rock hill, south carolina. you can watch it live this friday from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m.
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on msnbc. please welcome the always enlightening rachel maddow. [ cheers ae'pplause ] >> jimmy: i love having you on. thank you for coming back. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i love having you on. >> is t jt met bryan cranston. >> jimmy: i mean, come on. >> i know. >> jimmy: he's the coole, right? >> i got all tongue tied. he was hi, and i went -- [ babbles ] >> jimmy: he's a good dude. >> he's amazing. >> jimmy: what did you do this weekend? it was halloween weend. you went fishing. >> i went fishing. >> jimmy: now, you love to fish. i know you love fishing. you love country music. i love that you love that. >> i wore my camouflage sneakers tonight, specifically to show off my outdoorsy cred. >> jimmy: that's rad. cool. >> also, i'm invisible from the ankle down. >> jimmy: i can't see, i didn't know you had feet for a second. it was amazing. >> she's floating. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah, i went fish g.
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i'm really stressed out, in adea good way, but really stressed out ab yoout the candidate's foru ham thing, this thing i'm moderating on friday. >>ll jimmy: it's a big gig you got. >> it's a big deal. neusver done anything like ir and i've been lying awake all ght, every night, like twitching and freaking about it. and so i decided i needed a a whole day off. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and so i went fishing with friends on saturday. we called it our halloween hog hunt. >> jimmy: yeah. >> nd widwent trying to catch big fish. and i caught a big rainbow trout. i think i -- >> jimmy: i mean this is a a beautiful. >> look how big that fish is that i caught. >> jimmy: holy moly. [ cheers and applause ] >> i was very proud of myself. >> jimmy: that's a big fish. >> that's a really big rainbow trout. >> jimmy: you could eat that fish, right? >> that fish could eat you. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> i looked that one in the eye and put it right back. >> jimmy: you did, yeah. >> he was mad. >> jimmy: catch and release, oh he wasn't happy, no. >> he's like 18 years old. he's like, you could reel him in, and he's like, "ma'am, put me down." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: respect. show some respect. yeah, puy,me d an. >> so, that's what i did on the hog hunt. and i caught a hog. >> jim halloween? do you get into costume or
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anything? >> you know, i just tell, i have like, my standard costume every year. i'm a middle-aged white lesbian, and i nailed it every ar. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: yeah, you don't have to change the outfit. yeah. it's very good. >> i pretty much just wear what i normally wearsand say,ook, it's perfect, ri t? >> jimmy: yeah, exactly yeah. >> exactly nailed it. >> jimmy: pal, let's talk about this big thing. because this thing you're doing, it's coming off as kind of a disaster that was on cnbc. the republican -- >> the republican debate, yeah. >> jimmy: debate was like, no one is happy with it. republicans aren't happy. the party, the rnc is not happy. the candidates were yelling at the moderators. >> you know it's, yes, and it was, it was crazy. that said, everything in presidential politics this year has been crazy. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so it's the new variety of crazy. but this is the third debate, and i feel like everybody is saying, "oh, the cnbc one was such a disaster." but at the cnn one, that before that, that was the one where it went for three hours. >> jimmy: the one with the airplane? >> and they were all complaining. no, that was the first one. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> the first one they were complaining about them, that was fox news. they were complaining about the moderators.
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terrible -- >> jimmy: oh yeah. >> personal physiological insults for one of the moderators there. they hated the fox news one, they hated the cnn one. they said it was too long and too hot. the third one they said they hated the people. they like complaining about the process. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, so it's like -- >> jimmy: is it tough? because there's -- gosh, i think there's like >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's hard to moderator a debate when there's 15 candidates on stage. >> yes, i think they have a a legitimate beef with the debates feeling a little nutty. you know, they've got these separate kid's table debates where the people who don't quite make it have to do a a separate area. >> jimmy: yeah. >> like they're in detention, or something. it's all very -- >> jimmy: they're in little seats and they're at a tiny table. >> i know, exactly. >> jimmy: c'mon man, i'm an adult, yeah. >> they only get plastic forks. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: exactly. >> but, i mean, it all does boil down to the fact that there's just too many of them. and so, there's no easy way to do anything. we had rick perry drop out and then we had scott walker drop out. and they've dropped out within ten days of each other. and everybody thought there
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would be more people dropping ouet. not a single one will leave. >> jimmy: well don't you think someone -- >> they're all staying.s>> jimmy: i would be out right now. basically, it's down to kind of three people, or two people. >> or 15 people, depending on how you look at it. >> jimmy: yeah, i guess so. >> i mean, part of the dynamic going on is some of the people who aren't winning are looking around at the people who are winning and they're like, that guy? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, i can't believe i'm losing to this person. >> i would drop out since i have been at 2% for three nths, except that guy is winning? no way. >> jimmy: i'm going to stick this oen. yeah. >> i mean, thf i were giving them advice, i guess, i would advise all of them to stay forever. but it seems like none of them are going to drop out. there's going to be a million of them in the debates. the denstes are all going to be a disaster from here on out. it's going to be total chaos. the republican party won't be able to run it. they're all going top mutiny, it's going to be super fun. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] i think it's the best thing for our show. >> jimmy: and now, what do you do, you're moderating something different. it's not a debate really, right? >> it's a forum. >> jimmy: yes. now, what does that mean?
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>> it's like a debate in slow motion. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: only two hours, ght? >> yeah. well, i don't get all the candidates on stage at once. 'cause the democratic campaign only sanctions six debates. this isn't one of those. but i get each of the candidates on stage, in front of like an audience of 3,000 people in south carolina. i can ask them whatever i want. and i have them sort of as my captives for two hours. it's going to be awesome. >> jimmy: anything you're going to do differently after seeing what they did on cnbc, anything you're going to change? why are you having sleepless nights? >> i'm m fivated b fear of ilure. so i imagined, last night i dreamt i walked up on the stage and then a lot of people immediately threw tomatoes at me. and i had to do the whole debate coveredmis tomato juice. >> jimmy: they don't do that anymore. >> i know, but that's the way my mind works. >> jimmy: no one's going to throw a tomato. they don't do that anymore. >> now somebody is going to because i said it on "the tonight show." >> jimmy: oh, no, no, no. don't do that. it would be so uncouth. >> yeah, i mean, i want to get the most out of these guys that i can. the republican process is chaotic and fascinating this year. the democratic process is much smaller and much more staid.
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buomt i feel hike pensle don't necessarily understand he differences between the demo ats. so i want to get those, i want to get those out and i want to find out how these guys are go g to beat donald trump or whoever the republican nominee is going to be. i mean, none of the republicans are having good luck beating ben carson or dohald trump. so how do the democrats think they're going to be able to beat them? >> jimmy: interesting. >> yeah. >> jimmy: well, we'll be rooting for you. i know no one will throw a a tomato, you're fantastic. rachel maddow, everybody. [ cheepi and applause ] watch her moderator the first in the south democratic candidates for tpehis frida night, live from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. on msnbc. you're the best, pal. we'll be right back with andrea bocelli. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] the most advanced iphone yet. get the new iphone 6s at t-mobile. the network that's doubled its lte coverage in the past year. our new extended range lte signal now reaches twice as far as before.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is a fantastic album. you guys, a new album out called "cinema." he does "maria" from "west side story," you got "breakfast at tiffany's," you got "phantom of the opera," "scent of a woman," "evita," "gladiator," "godfather." wow, fantastic. tonight's musical guest is the most successful classical solo
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artist in history, having sold over 80 million albums worldwide. wow. [ cheers and applause ] well done. performing "moon river" off his new album, "cinema," please welcome andrea bocelli. [ cheers and applause ] moon river wider than a mile
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oh dream maker you heart breaker erevertyou're going i'm going your way two drifters off to see the world there's such a lot of world to see we're after the same rainbow's end waiting round the bend
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my huckleberry friend moon river and me oh, dream maker you heart breaker wherever yo re going i'm going your way tw i o drifters off to see the world
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re's such a lot of world to see we're after that same rainbow's end waiting round the bend
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cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. fantastic, buddy. thank you, thank you so much. dr bocgsli, everybody.inema." he kicks off his orth american tour next month. we'll be rg)ht back. oh, beautiful. oh.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to bryan cranston, rachel maddow, andrea bocelli. [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen. stay tuned f "late npeht with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow.
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