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successful history. the newsroom will be open from 10:00 to 6:00 day daily will have the brand opening on friday. >> very fun. >> lots of fun. >> it was very exciting. they fed us and gave us the tour. it was great. janelle each touched the field. she was on the 50 yards line. >> i hope i bring them good luck. >> you are so lucky. we all want to do that. >> a lucky forecast? >> we do have it. look at this. a lot going all around. we're in the drought. of course a few rain drops good news in the north bay. scattered showers from santa rosa to novato. that does clear out by 11:00 a.m. for tomorrow. we're looking at sunnier, dryer and warmer weather as we head throughout the afternoon. >> thanks, jeff. >> you're welcome. >> we need the rain. we'll see you tomorrow. bye-bye. >> bye. >> 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 -- clive owen,
nina dobrev, musical guest, the head & the heart, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 101! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey. [ applause ] thank you very much. oh. fantastic crowd. thank you so much. you guys, welcome. welcome to "the tonight show." [ cheers and applause ] this is it. you're here. we have a great show for you tonight. so, thank you for coming. thank you for watching at home. here's what everyone's talking about.
big celebrity gossip. big celebrity gossip. it's rumored that kim kardashian and paris hilton have ended their so-called feud after eight years. [ audience oohs ] then john kerry said "man, that was rough. now on to the middle east. here we go. [ laughter ] one down, and one to go." that's right. kim kardashian and paris hilton have ended their feud. it turns out neither of them could remember what it was about or what the word "feud" means. [ laughter ] is that a fancy word for feud? for food? [ laughter ] chinese is my favorite feud. [ laughter ] is "family feud" about cannibalism? i heard that president obama's daughter malia went to lollapalooza in chicago over the weekend. her parents were worried about her being around drinking, drugs, and other rowdy
behavior. but the secret service said "don't worry, we'll take it easy tonight." [ laughter ] [ applause ] "cancel the roof party, paul. we ain't doing it." speaking of rowdy behavior, we're very proud of this here in new york. syracuse university has been named the top party school in the country! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: party. >> jimmy: it's not that surprising. just listen to some of these names at their last graduation ceremony. listen. ♪ >> chris "keg stand" williams. david "barfed on his professor" martinez. claire "punched a cop" harris. robbie "took chemistry to try to make his own ecstasy" thompson. john "seventh year's a charm" mcshay. [ applause ]
>> jimmy: they're not even in alphabetical order. >> steve: no. they party too much. >> jimmy: it's a party school. that's right, the syracuse orange are the biggest partiers in the country. no surprise when you see their mascot. [ laughter ] that's not even a syracuse jersey. that's just the color orange. >> steve: rob ford. >> jimmy: yeah. that's right. it's a bronco's jersey. he's totally way out -- doesn't matter. >> steve: yeah, he doesn't care. you don't know. they're partying down, they don't care. >> jimmy: they don't care, no. more exciting news for new york. i saw that buffalo, new york, is getting ready to host the national scrabble championship this weekend. [ applause ] well, they weren't planning to host it, but it was raining and some of the monopoly pieces were missing, so -- [ laughter ] and get this, scrabble just announced it's adding more than 5,000 words to its dictionary. including the word "buzzkill," as in -- they are, "buzzkill." as in "anyone who reads the dictionary for scrabble is a a total buzzkill."
[ applause ] come on mom, we're just playing a game. well, this is causing some controversy here. [ laughter ] a little controversy. a hotel in upstate new york is threatening guests with a a $500 fine if they give it a a negative yelp review. i went on yelp and read some of the hotel's reviews. they're all positive, i think. although, i mean, i sense a a little sarcasm. take a look. first we have -- "this has been the best hotel we've been to. the fact that my room smelled like smoke was a bonus. [ laughter ] a-plus." next we have -- "we couldn't decide if the best part of our room was the fact that shower curtain was covered in mold or that there was no toilet paper. we love both those things so much." [ laughter and applause ] then we have -- "the cleanliness of the room was impeccable. the bed spread had just the right amount of weird stains." [ laughter ] >> steve: oh. it's hawaii. >> jimmy: here's another one --
"free wi-fi as long as you're on the side of the hotel close enough to the coffee shop next door. that was an added bonus." [ applause ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: then there's -- "i had always wondered what getting bitten by bedbugs feels like, now i know. i would give you one star for every bite i got, but i'm limited to five. i wish i could do 40." [ applause ] see what i'm saying? >> steve: yeah. sounds a little -- >> jimmy: here's the last one here. >> steve: all right, let me hear it. >> jimmy: finally -- "the ghost of the bride murdered on her wedding night definitely helped reignite my religious faith. i've never prayed harder before in my life. highly recommend if you like getting the crap scared out of you." [ cheers and applause ] five stars on yelp. what's the problem? sense a little sarcasm in there. >> steve: a little bit. >> jimmy: this is cool. it was announced that the broadway musical "cinderella" is getting it's first african-american in the staring role. "cinderella." [ applause ] that's great. it gets a little awkward when prince charming is like "hey, did anyone see that girl last
night who i was dancing with? she was -- [ laughter ] the girl i was with. you must have seen. she was wearing the blue dress. she's tall. brown eyes. [ laughter ] brown hair. [ laughter ] no one? i'll just go around town and see who fits in this shoe, i guess." [ laughter ] this is just a weird story here. a man in virginia was arrested last week after police found meth in his box of frosted flakes. he said he probably should have hid the meth inside a box of grape-nuts because nobody would've looked in there. that's not fair. i love grape-nuts. >> steve: i know you do. >> jimmy: what? >> steve: i know you love grape-nuts. >> jimmy: how do you know i love grape nuts? >> steve: i've seen your purple underwear. ♪ [ applause ]
>> jimmy: went down the elevator. looks like it's stuck -- stopped short. you need help, buddy? did the elevator stop? >> steve: i'm okay. >> jimmy: you all right? >> steve: i need your help, jimmy. >> jimmy: i can help you. we can get him out there. >> steve: hold on. >> jimmy: there you go. there you go. [ applause ] he's back. thank you, steve. thank you. welcome back. that was scary. >> steve: oh, my god. that was scary. >> jimmy: that was scary. oh, my gosh. this was everywhere online today. a local news station in pennsylvania was at a county fair when they decided to interview a local kid, apparently named noah ritter. apparently. and you got to see this. apparently, this kid is so cute, apparently. check it out. >> what did you think about the ride? >> it was great. apparently, i've never been on live television before. apparently, you're spinning around and apparently, every time you get dizzy. apparently, i already went down the super slide. when i went down one, i was scared half to death. [ laughter ] [ applause ]
>> jimmy: when they saw that, cnn said "you're hired." welcome back to "apparently with noah ritter." [ applause ] apparently, barack obama is apparently -- something in the middle east, apparently. listen to this, a new survey found that 50% of americans have admitted to going to work hungover. then carnival workers said, "does still drunk count?" [ laughter ] one more time, kids. here we go. tilt-a-whirl is back going. let's put on some foghat. ♪ slow ride rest my eyes a little bit. ♪ take it easy >> jimmy: the screams must mean they like it. they're having fun. >> steve: we got a puker. ♪ slow ride >> jimmy: and finally, last week, new york's museum of natural history hosted its first ever sleepover for adults. yep. sleeping at a museum, or as
kids call that, going to a a museum. [ laughter ] apparently, there were some bones and apparently, there's a a statue, apparently there's an old guy -- [ applause ] we have a great show. give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. we've got a big week of shows coming up. tomorrow night, megan fox, nick cannon, and wiz khalifa will all be here. [ applause ] and the four of us are going to play a game of pictionary. that should be fun. >> steve: that sounds fantastic. >> jimmy: plus, later this week will arnett, t.i., and jeff bridges will be joining us. >> steve: the dude! >> jimmy: and then we have a a big announcement. big booking announcement for us. next wednesday. >> steve: next wednesday. >> jimmy: one week from
tomorrow night. >> steve: one week. >> jimmy: seven-time grammy award winner taylor swift will be joining us right here in studio 6b. >> steve: whoa! ♪ >> jimmy: taylor swift. [ applause ] we're going to talk to her and we're gonna do something fun. i don't want to say what it is, but i can't wait. it's going to be really fun. but first, we have a fantastic show tonight. he's a talented, talented actor, a good-looking dude. the ladies love this guy. yeah, i can't even hang with this guy. he's got a cool new cinemax show called "the knick." clive owen is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] i ran into clive at one of these award shows, you know, the golden -- >> steve: golden whatever. >> jimmy: whatever they are. yeah, yeah, yeah. and we went to the thing and it's one of those faces that he's just so friendly faced and you go, like, i know this guy. i was like "hey, man, what's up?" he was like "okay. we're going for the hug." so i just saw him again and apologized. but anyways, he's here tonight. plus, she's great in "the vampire diaries." she's funny, she's beautiful, she's talented.
she has a new movie coming out. nina dobrev is dropping by. [ cheers and applause ] nina and i are going to play a a giant beer pong later in the show. [ applause ] sweeping the nation. and then we have, if you like good music, we have great music from the head and the heart are on the show this evening. [ applause ] yeah, right there. you want a little taste? want a little taste? the head and the heart? ♪ you can get lost in the music for hours honey, you can get lost in the room ♪ >> jimmy: get lost right now, y'all. ♪ we can play music for hours ♪ >> jimmy: nope, you can't. because they're on the end of the show. then you'll play music for hours. you've got to wait to hear them! [ applause ] >> steve: what did you do to your foot? did you break it? >> jimmy: yeah. i broke something. >> steve: what'd you break?
i don't know man, i broke this thing. >> steve: oh. you really broke it. >> jimmy: the side just flew off. i got this at ikea. you have to put the flurgen in the blurgen. the flurgen -- [ laughter ] that's not the blurgen, that's the flurgen. ooh, shurgen. perfect. thanks, higgins. >> steve: you won't be seeing any of this tonight at home. >> jimmy: why? >> steve: what's that? >> jimmy: why? >> steve: 'cause it's t.v. we'll leave it in, i don't care, man. it's all good. [ applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: going down the escalator. taking the escalator out here. [ applause ] man. >> jimmy: hey, guys, it is time to take a look at the stories making headlines today and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪
>> jimmy: tonight, we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of going to summer camp in north korea. [ laughter ] that is right. north korea has just opened a a summer camp for kids around the world to come and experience what life is like in their country. just because it sounds like a a good idea, doesn't mean that it is. >> steve: no. >> jimmy: so, let's take a look at the pros and cons of going to summer camp in north korea. here we go. pro -- it can be a fun getaway. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: con -- unless you try to get away. [ laughter ] >> steve: yeah, that's true. >> jimmy: don't even try. >> steve: one-way ticket. >> jimmy: no. pro -- you'll leave with memories you'll never forget. con -- no matter how hard you try. [ laughter ] >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: pro -- hearing the words "welcome to camp, it's going to be a great summer." con -- then hearing "i'm your counselor, dennis rodman." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: today, we'll be learning how to pierce your nipples in the woods. >> steve: what? >> jimmy: why? pro -- telling scary stories at night. con --
realizing they all happened that morning. [ laughter ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: it was a night just like this. >> steve: my finger nails got torn out. >> jimmy: pro -- swimming. con -- to japan. [ laughter ] there you go. good luck, have fun. good luck. >> steve: you got to go. >> jimmy: pro -- getting excited after finding out it's sloppy joe night. con -- getting scared after realizing you haven't seen your bunkmate joe in a few days. >> steve: oh, yeah. there's a ring in my food. >> jimmy: i'm just so hungry. i don't know what to do. >> steve: joe would understand. >> jimmy: joe would've wanted it this way. >> steve: it's like a manwich. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: it's a humanwich. >> steve: humanwich. >> jimmy: it's a humanwich. >> steve: i'm going to miss joe. >> jimmy: i'll have another one. >> steve: i'll take seconds. >> jimmy: pro -- staying up late with your bunkmates and playing north korea's most popular card game.
con -- kim jong uno. you didn't say kim jong uno. [ gunshot ] [ laughter ] tough game. tough game. >> steve: tough game. they got a rifle. >> jimmy: pro -- all you need is a sense of adventure. con -- and parents that hate you. there you go. that makes sense. pro -- playing capture the flag. con -- against south korea. there you go, that's the pros and cons. that's the pros and cons. we'll be right back with clive owen, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ staake ] my 2in1 is a laptop when i'm a writer...
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>> jimmy: clive owen. welcome, buddy. it's very, very nice to see you again. >> it's good to see you. >> jimmy: thank you for being here. are you happy to be back in new york when it's the summertime? >> yes. definitely. >> jimmy: because you shot "the knick" this past winter. >> yeah, we did, yeah. when you had that cold spell, yeah. getting up at 5:00 in the morning and getting into a car in that weather was pretty brutal. >> jimmy: have you ever heard of the term polar vortex before this past summer? >> not before then. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's kind of fun, yeah. now, last time you were here we talked about someone on wikipedia. you know, on wikipedia, you can write whatever you feel like writing about people. and i thought it was funny. [ laughter ] somebody wrote -- i didn't do it. somebody wrote -- [ laughter ] i wish. i would take credit. but somebody wrote that you -- petrified, you're afraid of badgers. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and -- [ laughter ] and it's not true. you don't care one way or the other. yeah. but every reporter that would
interview you would go, "i heard you're really afraid of badgers." >> yeah, it's true. it's very true. >> jimmy: i think that's a a great prank. [ laughter ] it's not like you're not afraid of badgers. but it's not like you care really. yeah. so, anyways -- [ laughter ] has anyone ever pranked you? do people prank you? you have buddies that pranked you? >> yeah. i've got a friend who is very keen on playing pranks. and one of the ones that i always remember is -- i'm into horse racing. and there was an event in london to watch the breeders cup. it wasn't on the tv. and i had to go to this event with hundreds of people. we sat to the side. i just wanted to check out -- >> jimmy: you didn't want to make a big deal that you were there. >> yeah. so, they kept announcing they were going to raffle off a a bottle of champagne. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and unbeknownst to me, he went around and collected about 300 of these tickets, put them in with my name on it. and suddenly, when the raffle was announced, they went, "and the win -- clive owen is here!" [ laughter ] and i was like, "what?" and i had to walk up, accept the champagne, do a speech.
but i tell you, i've got a -- i got him back absolutely amazingly. we were in new york for the premier of "children and men." >> jimmy: yeah. >> and we were out shopping the day before, and we go into this designer store. and gary's there, and he looks at the guy walking around. he says, "i like those trousers." says the guy, "excuse me, mate. are they from here?" and the guy says, "well, they are. but actually they're from the women's section." [ laughter ] so we -- and he goes, "no, no. i like them. i like them." and he goes to try them on. this is a guy who's played pranks on me forever. so, i turned to people and i say, "if he wears them tomorrow night, i'm going to have him." so, i tell everybody there's a a possibility that my friend might be in women's trousers, right. [ light laughter ] there's a big meal with alfonso cuaron. we're sitting around. we're eating. he's a bit late. he walks in. he's got them on. i'm literally -- [ laughter ] i am looking at everybody, giving everyone the nod. yep, we're on. we're on. he's got them on. >> jimmy: this is all happening. drink up. >> we go to the premier. he's all like this. you know, the lights are
flashing. we walk in. the red carpet there. julianne moore is there dressed to the nines. walks in. i go, "julianne, this is a very good friend of mine, gary." he's like this. big premiere. i said, "julianne, gary. gary, julianne." she goes, "hi, gary. oh, i like your pants. oh, my god! i got those pants!" [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that's so good. that's so good. >> so, i got him back. i got him back. >> jimmy: yeah, you got him back. i love horse racing, too. i watch horse races when i go see -- have you ever -- have you ever purchased a horse or bought a horse? >> no. no, not at all. i mean, i love it, and i go, and i've lots of friends in that game. but, i always have this feeling of why would anybody sell me a a horse if they thought it was any good. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. they would just keep it. sadly i invested in a horse. >> and? >> jimmy: terrible ending. [ laughter ] well, i thought, you know, because i just ran into a a friend of mine. he was like, "hey, do you want to own a racehorse?" i'm like, "sure, why not?" he's like, "all right." so, i called my business manager. he manages my money. he goes, "no!
this is a bad -- it's a bad idea. you should have nothing to do with this." but i think, if you get a a horse, i thought you could name it whatever you want to name your horse. like sea -- i was like, "you're sea warrior." [ laughter ] something that's going to win -- you know, win all the -- win the kentucky derby and stuff. so, no. so, it's about like -- you have to do from the sire or something. we got some deal or something where i had to have the horses already named. and the name of my horse was poco bueno. [ laughter ] which means, a little bit good. [ laughter ] and then i go, "what? why didn't we buy mucho bueno? like, why -- who -- [ laughter ] or even bueno! who bought bueno? why do we have a poco bueno? so, he was awful. he's just not good anymore. and i think -- now he's working at the dmv in jersey now. it's just great. [ laughter ] let's talk about this show, "the knick." gosh, this is a really good show. you guys want to get into a a good show, this friday, hop into it. it's a great show. it's set in 1900s. >> yep. >> jimmy: how'd you get involved with this? >> steven soderbergh sent me a a script. there was one script, and i said, "i'm thinking about
turning this into a ten-hour tv show." >> jimmy: and soderbergh is involved with it? he's doing it. >> soderbergh -- putting the whole thing together. directed all ten episodes. we've been picked up all ready to do another season. and he's going to direct the next ten as well. and it was just an amazing piece of writing. it's set in the world of medicine. 1900, new york. i play a kind of genius doctor who is also a cocaine addict and smokes opium in the evenings. >> jimmy: fantastic, yeah. >> and then goes to work and performs operations. >> jimmy: hello, everybody. yeah, exactly. >> wouldn't you want to be on one of those gurneys in that operation room? >> jimmy: i mean, when you do the show, do you see how far medicine has changed? >> it's unbelievable. >> jimmy: we're doing crazy things back then right, right? >> oh, it's absolutely unbelievable. yeah. and -- >> jimmy: blood lettings and -- >> yeah. and just, you know, some of the things they thought then. i mean, the one thing you think about is -- you know, there could be, in 20 years time, we'll be going, "i can't believe that we thought that would equal that." >> jimmy: yeah. >> but, you know, in the research i found out, for instance, that the only reason they started wearing gloves in
the operating theaters was because the carbolic solutions that their instruments were kept in were harming their hands. it wasn't to do with hygiene. >> jimmy: really? [ laughter ] that was like a bonus thing. it's like, "oh, yeah. we meant that too. yeah, whatever. [ laughter ] yeah, we just don't want to get burned." really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's tricky business. it's really shot well, too. i love it as well. this friday, it premiers. here's a clip. here's clive owen in "the knick." take a look. >> i intend to inject a a 2% cocaine solution directly into mr. gentile's spinal canal. low enough not to affect the heart and lungs. high enough to dull everything below. >> my god! won't that paralyze him? >> not if he makes with a a hallow canal in the subarachnoid space. >> it's been tried once before -- on a labrador retriever. >> what happened? >> there isn't a day goes by where i don't miss that dog. [ coughing ] >> if you could attempt to suppress your cough. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know our next guest from her hit show "the vampire diaries." you can also see her in the new movie "let's be cops," which is in theaters august 13th. look at her on the cover of "nylon" magazine. very, very cool. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome nina dobrev.
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: nina. >> hi. >> jimmy: how are you? thank you for being here tonight. i appreciate that. now you were telling me backstage about -- right now you're living the year of yes. >> yes. >> jimmy: this is the thing. [ laughter ] now, the year of yes, you're doing it? >> yes. >> jimmy: no. what is it? what's the year? what does that mean? >> you know, i just -- in the past year, i wanted to not limit myself, and i wanted to try new things. and, you know, usually you stop yourself before you can do something because you're afraid. and i decided not to give myself the option. i'm always going to say yes from now on. >> jimmy: to everything? >> i mean, not everything. like -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, good. >> there are certain things that you definitely shouldn't
say yes to. >> jimmy: okay, good. so year of yes -- >> in moderation. >> jimmy: in moderation. in air quotes. yeah, yeah. the year of yes. okay, yeah. so what did the year of yes bring you? >> i traveled a lot. and i traveled by myself for the first time. i went all over europe and asia by myself. >> jimmy: that's not an easy thing. >> no. it was actually the funniest thing i've ever done. i may never travel with another human being again. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's not change that to the year of selfishness. you have to be social. yeah. >> what did you learn? i'm selfish. >> jimmy: i'm selfish. i really love being by myself. um, no. but you went out -- so you just said, "i'm going to europe." no plan? >> no. i had one plan. i presented a music award show and from there, i met a bunch of different people. and then, somebody would say, "let's go to switzerland." and i would be like, "okay." >> jimmy: you worry me, nina. because i give you tips and you never listen to me. you never listen to uncie jimmy. and i try to tell you. you were going to australia last time i saw you. i said, "you got to be careful
because there's dangerous animals there. and they will bite you, and they kill you." >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean it's not just cute kangaroos and good looking people with nice accents. yes, that exists, but there's also dangerous spiders and snakes. >> yes. >> jimmy: that can bite -- you're just swimming in the pool, all of the sudden you get bit. like -- [ with australian accent ] "oh, you got bit by a willow spider. you're dead." [ laughter ] wait, what? what's a willow spider? i don't even know what it is. i just made that up, but still. and then, there's sharks in the water. so you went to australia and what happened? >> i actually went to bali this time. this past time, i went to bali. >> jimmy: yeah, and you didn't listen to me again. >> no, i didn't. >> jimmy: you were out there playing with a monkey. having fun with a monkey. no. first of all, don't do that, even if -- look at that. cute little monkey. that's cute. yeah? is this cute? how cute is that? [ audience ohs ] the monkey bit you, didn't he? what is wrong with you? >> yeah, i actually did get bit by a monkey. that's a fact. and it wasn't -- >> jimmy: do you have, like, monkey powers now? [ laughter ] i don't know what that would mean. >> well, everybody made a joke. they said -- because everyone was like, "oh, you're the vampire girl."
you know? >> jimmy: yeah. >> then they were like, "oh, you're going to turn into a a monkey now, girl." >> jimmy: no. >> except nobody talked like that. so i don't know why i did that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, who did talk like -- >> apparently, i met some really bad people. >> jimmy: no, it was very cool. you've got to see the premier of "the monkey diaries." it's next summer. >> the thing is, there's a joke with all my friends. i'm the klutziest person on the planet. anything bad that could potentially happen always does. >> jimmy: it's a cute little monkey. look at that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and then, it just bit you really hard. but then, you actually have a a scar. >> yeah, i have a scar right here. that picture is really funny kind of -- sorry. tell you a third time. overkill. so look at the monkey. he's like staring down at my arm. [ laughter ] like, he's plotting. >> jimmy: he's looking for the spot. >> he's plotting his attack. >> jimmy: something on your wrist offended him. >> and he did. he did it right there. you see that scar? and so now, i have no feeling in my thumb. [ audience ohs ] yeah. >> jimmy: what do you mean you have no feeling in your thumb? >> well, i can move it obviously. but it's -- yeah, there's a -- it's a nerve. he bit on the nerve, and now i can't feel anything.
>> jimmy: i wonder if there's any type of advantage to having a numb thumb. [ laughter ] >> well, you can -- like, if i was at a party and we were talking and i just had my hand -- >> jimmy: i could light it on fire. >> or you could just caress my thumb, and i would have no idea. i could be just like -- [ laughter ] are you touching it right now? >> jimmy: i am touching it right now. >> really? >> jimmy: yeah. >> oh, he is. >> jimmy: see? >> see. >> jimmy: hey, i think you just want people to caress you thumb when you go to bars. >> i have a thumb fetish. totally. >> jimmy: it's the year of yes. i mean, why not? let's do it. i am just doing it. now, here's -- you have the hit show. but now, you have a very funny movie coming out. a comedy. it's called "let's be cops." >> yep. >> jimmy: and it's based on two guys that dress up for a a halloween party as police officers. and then, people start believing that they are cops, so they just go, "let's just be cops." let's play the year of yes and see where this takes us. [ laughter ] and it's very, very funny. it's damon wayans, jr. is in it, right? gosh, he's funny human being. >> yeah, they're both funny. jake and damon are hilarious. i've never laughed more in my life. i've never worked with funnier
people. >> jimmy: present company -- [ laughter ] >> well, i mean -- ♪ >> jimmy: okay, everybody. nice to see you, pal. we're going to bring the monkey out! and the monkey is going to respect me! monkey will bite uncie jimmy. monkey likes him. >> aw, good for you, jimmy. >> jimmy: oh, thank you so much. my shoulder is numb. i was bit by a -- [ laughter ] -- giraffe once. i have a clip of the movie here. "let's be cops." here's nina dobrev. take a look. >> gee, i'm sorry. i had no idea that you were a a cop. >> oh, i'm not really a cop. >> what do you mean? >> we're more than cops. yeah, we help all the intense units -- s.w.a.t., fbi. the other day we were on a 51/50. and this guy comes up with a a sawed off shotgun, right? bang bang bang! >> dude. >> i looked behind me, and jay rock puts one in the chest.
do not let that humble face fool you. and we all at the force talk about, we think he needs a a serious back massage. >> okay. i'm josie. >> oh. nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you, too. chang? >> oh, chang. yeah, yeah. yeah, chang. yeah. that's a family name. >> i'm sure i will see you around, officer chang. >> jimmy: there you go. [ cheers and applause ] when we come back, nina and i are playing giant beer pong. the game of the summer. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ you can get lost in the music for hours honey ♪ ♪ you can get lost in a room we can play music for hours and hours ♪ ♪ but the sun'll still be coming up soon the world's just spinning a little too fast ♪ ♪ if things don't slow down soon we might not last ♪ ♪ so just for a moment let's be still ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ you can get lost in the music for hours honey ♪ ♪ you can get lost in a room we can play music for
hours and hours ♪ ♪ but the sun'll still be coming up soon ♪ the world's not forgiving of everyone's fears ♪ ♪ the days turn into months, yeah the months turn into years ♪ ♪ so just for a moment let's be still ♪ ♪ ooh-ooh-ooh ooh-ooh ♪ ♪ they're tearing down so we can rebuild and all of this time ♪ ♪ is just circles in my mind so just for a moment just for one moment ♪
♪ just for a moment let's be still just for a moment let's be still ♪ ♪ just for a moment let's be still just for a moment let's be still ♪ ♪ ♪ ain't no time left for me got me seeing so clearly ain't no time for me ♪ ♪ no the world's just spinning a little too fast ♪ ♪ if things don't slow down soon we might not last ♪ ♪ the world's not forgiving of everyone's fears ♪ ♪ the days
turn into months, yeah the months turn into years ♪ ♪ so just for a moment let's be still ♪ ♪ just for a moment let's be still just for a moment let's be still ♪ ♪ just for a moment let's be still ♪ just for a moment let's be still [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah! that's the way to do it right there. thank you very much. thank you, thank you. thank you, thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: that's what i'm talkin' about! the head and the heart! "let's be still" is in stores now. we'll be right back everybody. come on back. ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to clive owen, nina dobrev, the head & the heart! and the roots, right there, ladies and gentlemen. [ applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. thank you so much. bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪