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okay not so fast. an observant chp officer in santa rosa put an end to funny business on the freeway. take a look. it was a young woman sitting in the passenger seat of a car. >> that's a dumby. >> she is not a dumby. >> she looks a little old. >> she is a mannequin not a dumby. the manningening in the car pool -- in the passenger seat. tried to get away with it. the chp officer said it's too warm to wear a sweater that tipped him off. >> a car seat and a baby mannequin. >> have a great weekend. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- derek jeter, katherine langford, musical guest, father john misty,
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 674. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, hey, everybody. welcome. [ cheers and applause ] thank you very much. i feel the love! i feel the love. i give it back to you. welcome to -- welcome to "the tonight show," baby. this is it. [ cheers and applause ] we've got a big show tonight. oh, my goodness. i'm your host jimmy fallon. hi, everybody. guys, this sunday is mother's
day, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] so happy mother's day to all the moms out there. and get this, i saw that hooters will be giving moms free entrees. [ laughter ] but before you take your mom to hooters on mother's day make sure you have a good playlist for the long silent car ride home. that's my only -- [ applause ] that was weird. actually i read that mother's day is the most popular holiday to go out to eat. millions of moms taking 20 minutes to decide what to order, then getting the weirdest thing on the menu. that's -- we're at a diner. why would you get the whole lobster? i don't like lobster. i don't know. i just felt like it. seriously, i went with my mom to some -- we went to a place called johnny's burritos or something. the name of the place is johnny's burritos. and we were sitting there, i go what do you want? she goes, i think lamb chop looks good. [ laughter ] i go, what? it don't look good. we're at a burrito place.
they're saying that the average person was expected to spend $186 for mother's day. so i guess that means that the average person gave their mom five edible arrangements. [ laughter and applause ] i hope you like cantaloupe, mom. call me when you get to the cantaloupe. yeah. it's always at the bottom. and warm. this is pretty crazy. a mom in california just gave birth to a 13 1/2-pound baby boy. [ audience ohs ] the nurse was like, congratulations. and the baby said, thank you. [ laughter ] [ applause ] ♪ mmm-bop-mmm-bop mmm-bop pow pow giddyup ♪ ♪ heigh-ho silver away [ audience clapping ] >> jimmy: one of the oak ridge boys. [ laughter ] he sang bass for the oak ridge boys. hey, here's the latest out of washington, you guys. today president trump actually threatened to stop holding white house press briefings.
the press said that's outrageous, while sean spicer said, let's hear him out. hold on. [ laughter ] he might have a point. i kind of like it. speaking of sean spicer, today he was asked whether trump is taping conversations in the white house, and he declined to comment. when asked why, he said, because he might be taping us. [ laughter and applause ] there are rumors swirling that conversations in the white house are being secretly recorded. but officials said the only recording device in the oval office is the nanny cam they use to keep an eye on trump. [ laughter ] that's the only one there though. is he sleeping yet? he's still moving -- he's still moving around. he's tweeting. somebody get in there. he's tweeting. [ laughter ] i read that a lot of people who work at the fbi are upset about the way james comey was fired and that they might start leaking secrets about trump and his team to get back at them. well, they already leaked a few of them to us and we're going to share them with you right now. >> steve: wow. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: absolutely. for example, they said betsy devos starts each morning by saying, "alexa, what's the weather?" to a flower vase. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: yeah, every morning. [ laughter ] they said sean spicer wakes up every day and pours a handle of vodka into the coffee machine. [ applause ] can you do that? and finally, they said donald trump is actually just three kids in a tabby cap stacked on top of each other and wearing a trench coat. [ applause ] and yesterday you see this, trump sat down for an interview with lester holt and at one point the president talked about all the world leaders he's gotten to speak with. and he seemed really proud of himself. take a look. >> i talk all the time, just spoke with the head of -- the new head of south korea who just got elected. i speak with the head of india. i speak with the head of china. i have to speak with putin also. it's called russia. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's called russia.
i have to speak with the head of narnia. [ laughter ] i have to speak with lord voldemort. i have to speak with queen latifah. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] everybody. i have to speak with mayor mccheese. >> steve: everybody. >> jimmy: everybody. grimace. [ laughter ] this made me laugh here. i read that after -- after meals at the white house, trump gets two scoops of ice cream while everyone else at the table only gets one. [ laughter ] when asked why he likes having two scoops, trump said next to each other they look like boobs. why would you? [ applause ] >> steve: that's weird. >> jimmy: why would you -- >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: and in his weekly address, trump spoke to all the recent graduates out there and he was pretty emphatic. listen to this. >> to all of america's youth, we are here to help create the jobs and future you deserve.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: were they putting the words into the prompter one at a time. [ laughter ] as he was saying it, they're typing in words? i. learned. to read. at. trump. university. [ laughter and applause ] you de-serve. and you. don't. [ laughter ] guys, it's the end of another crazy week and since there's too much to talk about, instead of giving you a full week in review, we put together a a little montage that focuses on the key words used this week. it's something we call "this week in words." hope you enjoy this. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ wow, whoa wow whoa, whoa, whoa white house ♪ ♪ drama very confused that an fbi director has been removed ♪ ♪ the president
he specifically stated you're fired fired, fired, fired ♪ ♪ terminated it's insane off the charts crazy donald trump uses ♪ ♪ the phrase he made famous you're fired go he's running the country ♪ ♪ like his reality show conflict candle repercussions ♪ ♪ you only want to talk about russia, russia, russia trump and russia no collusion ♪ ♪ it's hard to avoid the conclusion that the president's decision was related ♪ ♪ the president is being investigated sean spicer will be bombarded ♪ ♪ believe me we are just getting started ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: believe me. you. de. serve it. happy. grad. u. ation. [ laughter ] you know, i read some more trouble for united airlines. can you believe this? >> steve: no, i cannot. >> jimmy: this is real. i guess one of their flights was evacuated last night after a customer saw a scorpion crawl out of a passenger's sleeve. a scorpion.
when the scorpion saw it was a a united flight, it crawled right back up. i'm not -- i'm not taking any chances. are you kidding me, man? >> steve: whoa! >> jimmy: we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much for being here. it's a big week. but it's a big night. first, we have -- it's a giant, giant show. his number 2 jersey will be retired sunday night. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: at yankee stadium. he's one of the greatest of all time. derek jeter is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] oh! love that guy, man. >> steve: love that dude. >> jimmy: plus she stars in the new netflix series "13 reasons why." katherine langford is dropping in.
[ cheers and applause ] and we have great music from father john misty, tonight. [ cheers and applause ] this is the deluxe -- this is the deluxe edition of his record right here. "pure comedy." watch what you can do. you take this out. you go from this, you can make it -- you can make it into hell if you want. >> steve: oh, my god. >> jimmy: it's up to you. whatever mood you're in. >> steve: whatever mood you're in. >> jimmy: look at this. a little rainbow right there. >> steve: rainbow. >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. father john misty, "pure comedy," yeah. father john is on the show tonight. [ applause ] hey, guys, this sunday is mother's day. a day to celebrate everything we love about our moms. so with that in mind we sent our writer joe firestone down to 30 rock plaza to talk to some moms and their kids. it's a new segment called "tonight show mom talk." take a look at this. ♪ tonight show mom talk ♪ >> hi, jimmy, i'm down here in rockefeller plaza.
i'm going to talk to moms and their kids about mother's day. are you going to do anything for your mom for mother's day? >> we're going to walk around the city and show her around. >> okay, yeah. the free mother's day. >> yeah. >> i get you. have you liked everyone your sons have dated? >> yes. >> everybody? >> yes. because they really haven't had many dates. >> do you do an impression of your daughter? >> whatever. >> that was so fast. you had that ready. does your mom have any celebrity crushes? >> donny osmond. she saw donny osmond in vegas. >> donny osmond? >> yeah. >> still? >> yeah, from here to there i saw donny osmond. i was like, yay! >> out of all the celebrities who do you think your mom looks the most like. >> rory off "gilmore girls," but like old. [ laughter ] >> old rory of "gilmore girls." so i got a question. j.j., what's happening on sunday? >> it's my birthday. >> okay, besides your birthday -- okay, besides your birthday. what's happening? >> it's my birthday. >> okay, besides your birthday. right? >> mother's day, right?
>> say mother's day. >> mother's day. >> mother's day, mothers day. oh, my gosh. that's so great. how would you describe mom? >> she loves me. >> she loves you? >> yeah. >> that's pretty good. is that a good way to describe you? >> that's true. my favorite thing, right? >> this is like an advertisement for motherhood. ♪ [ applause ] how would you describe your mom in one word? >> friendly. >> beautiful. >> love her. >> love her? lovely. lovely. okay. oh, my gosh. merry christmas. >> merry christmas. i got a merry christmas. that was great. happy mother's day, everybody! i wish my mom was here. hey, happy mother's day, mom. >> thank you, jo. call me some time. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: happy mother's day to jo's mom, my mom, my wife nancy and to all the moms out there watching. we love you. we'll be right back with thank
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. today is friday. and that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff. you know, i check my inbox, i return some e-mails and of course i send out thank you notes. and i was running a bit behind today. [ cheers and applause ] i was wondering, if you guys wouldn't mind, can i write out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that cool? [ cheers and applause ] just gotta write out some thank you notes right here. james, can i get some thank you note writing music, please? ♪ [ laughter ] >> steve: wow, a little 'tude. >> jimmy: yeah, he looks a a little concerned. [ light laughter ] someone stole his tie, i guess. >> steve: yeah. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, donald trump, for firing fbi director james comey. which is weird considering you're the person most in need of a comby. >> steve: oh! [ applause ] >> jimmy: it's windy. ♪
thank you, mother's day, for being that one time every year i'm suddenly reminded how much extra it costs to have a gift shipped overnight. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow? ♪ thank you, canadian prime minister justin trudeau, mexican president enrique pena nieto and french president-elect emmanuel macron for making international politics feel like the cover of a romance novel in the book section of a grocery store. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: oo-la-la. >> jimmy: good looking dudes. yeah. ♪ thank you, commencement speeches, for giving students one last chance to not pay attention during a lecture. [ applause ] my last name is zedman, too. >> steve: oh. with two zs.
>> jimmy: they're going alphabetically. >> steve: oh, boy. i'm not wearing anything underneath this robe. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you said that too loud, dude. >> steve: what's that? >> jimmy: you said that too loud, man. >> steve: sorry, zed, zed. >> jimmy: zed -- zed zedman. that's a weird name. ♪ >> steve: oh, busted. >> jimmy: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> steve: busted! [ applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, dove body wash, for releasing bottles designed to reflect the shape of different body types. because nothing's more empowering than standing in the middle of a cvs trying to figure out which pale plastic blob i look like naked.
[ cheers and applause ] start with this one and work for that one? i don't know. >> steve: lose, lose, lose. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, people walking in flip-flops, for making it sound like someone's getting slapped every few seconds. [ applause ] [ slapping noise ] [ laughter ] ♪ derek jeter [ clapping ] ♪ derek jeter [ clapping ] ♪ derek jeter [ clapping ] ♪ derek jeter [ clapping ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ laughter and applause ]
>> steve: oh, yeah. >> jimmy: that was good, man. all right. now we're even, right? we're even right? [ laughter ] woo. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, moms, for teaching us how to be smart and how to be strong and how long a a voice mail can be. [ cheers and applause ] so we had the lambchop, and i just had -- it felt like a a lambchop. and so, then i decided not to have it. then i figured well, why not? it looked good -- so i tried to have it. i had the -- well, anyways, call me, i'll tell you the whole story. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, pugs, for looking like dogs that just haven't been fully inflated yet. there you go, everybody. those are my thank you notes. [ cheers and applause ]
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players to ever wear the uniform of the new york yankees. please welcome, the captain, derek jeter! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: feel the love right there. come on. welcome back. >> how are you? >> jimmy: i'm doing great. >> it's good to be back. >> jimmy: i'm happy -- it's good to see you. >> got my guys over there, the roots. >> jimmy: they're the best. they love you, man. i got to congratulate you on a a bunch of things. first of all, you got married to your beautiful wife, hannah davis. >> thank you. >> jimmy: congratulations on getting married. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and congratulations. you guys are expecting a baby girl. this is -- [ cheers and applause ] that is fantastic. ♪ >> thank you. >> jimmy: that is awesome. >> you know, we -- i hate to say it because my wife's in the
back. but when she was in new york for a launch week, it was right after we had -- she had announced that she was pregnant. and she was doing an interview. and they asked her, do you have any weird cravings. and my wife mentions beef jerky. now, she doesn't eat red meat, but she mentions beef jerky. now we have a lifetime supply of beef jerky at the house. so if anybody's listening, she really craves ice cream. [ laughter ] strollers. >> jimmy: strollers. rolls royce. she loves rolls royces. [ laughter ] she's really craving them right now. why not? go for it. [ cheers and applause ] that's the best. she look's so -- she's glowing. she look's so -- you guys look so happy. >> you need to tell her that, because every time i say it, she says i'm lying. >> jimmy: oh she looks gorgeous, oh my god, she looks so happy. >> there's a lot of emotions that you deal with when someone's pregnant. so i'm learning this. she didn't tell me that part. >> jimmy: you are going to flip out. you're going to love it. being a dad is the greatest thing ever.
>> jimmy's got two daughters, so i'm trying to get some advice from him. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i have some good advice. oh yeah. are you guys talking about what maybe the baby's first words are going to be? >> yeah, we want it to be dad. da da. >> jimmy: yeah, da da. >> we have your book. yes, i need to read it. >> jimmy: a very smart person, yeah, wrote a book -- called, yes, baby's first word will be da da. [ cheers and applause ] this is the thing -- here's the deal. because you don't think it's a a competition. and hannah will say, "oh, no, let the baby say dad, i'm cool with it." it's -- it's a trick. it's trick. everyone wants the baby to say mama. yeah. >> i know, i'm pretty sure that's going to be a a competition. my wife's very competitive. >> jimmy: it's gonna be, yeah. right now it's like 90-10 it's mama. [ laughter ] so you really got to work at it. i was lying to my child. i would like hold the bottle, i'd bring the bottle over and go da da? [ laughter ] i didn't care if my kid was stupid. i just wanted the first word to be da da. that's someone else's job to teach the child. >> whatever works, right?
>> jimmy: trust me. because once they do that, i win for life. that's it. i won. >> yeah. >> jimmy: speaking of books, congrats on jeter publishing. we were talking about this last time you were on. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, thank you very much. >> jimmy: you also have the players tribune, which is -- man congratulations on this website. this is where the players -- [ applause ] i mean, we talked about it before it launched. you launched it when you retired, and then everyone -- it's just taken off. and it's like no filter. just athletes just talking straight to people. >> directly to the fan base. we wanted to give athletes a a platform and supply them with the tools to speak effectively directly to the fans. you know, a lot of times you hear athletes say that, you know, people say athletes are scared to speak to the fans. but -- i mean speak to the media. but i think they're more concerned with how their message is going to be twisted and turned. so we wanted to eliminate that and make sure the athletes have the tools to speak in an effective manner. and you know we've grown quite
a bit since we launched. >> jimmy: i know kobe wrote that love letter to basketball. >> he did, yes. >> jimmy: fantastic. and we turned that into a a movie, by the way. i don't know if you saw. >> athletes have a lot of interests outside of just sports. and they want to have the platform to share those interests. >> jimmy: you're expanding it. right, aren't you doing podcasts? >> we're a podcast. we have videos, we have written pieces, we have podcasts. yeah, we're going to get jimmy, i'm trying to get jimmy to be an intern. that might be a good -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: intern? why don't you just have me write something for it. >> unpaid intern. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's like lamest thing ever. i think you just never got over the fact that i won the golf tournament. the derek jeter turn 2 foundation golf tournament -- >> we have no proof of that, do we? [ light laughter ] it's just hearsay. >> jimmy: it's a memory engraved -- you are still doing it, right? you just did one -- >> i just did it in vegas. we had the tournament down in tampa for about ten years where you came down and we moved it out to las vegas, at shadow creek. >> jimmy: i noticed that, yeah. >> it's a fun -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: once i started coming, you moved --
>> we moved the tournament. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i -- i won the tournaments. i won your golf tournament. i am the champ. i'm the winner. [ cheers and applause ] they should retire my jersey! was i wearing a jersey. >> it's handicap adjusted is the best way to put it. >> jimmy: i was with the guys -- do you remember, i was with the guys from bevex. >> yes, i do remember. >> jimmy: it was like fedex but florida version. i've never heard of them before -- >> something like that. >> jimmy: i don't know. something like that but the guys from bevex, it was great and we went and then we ended up, we won the tournament. i'm awful at golf. and i don't know how i won. but then i was so happy. you took a photo with me. and gave me a plaque or something. [ laughter ] >> i wish we had the picture. >> jimmy: you are so mad. >> i'm pretty sure i was mad. >> jimmy: it's such a fake smile like -- yeah great. you really deserve this. yeah, great. >> you see, golf is tough, you know. obviously i played -- used to play baseball for a career. golf, you have to play all your foul balls.
you know what i mean? they all count. there's no do-overs. every strike counts. >> jimmy: are you like intense golfer? >> i am consumed with trying to be good at it. you know, it's the only thing i like to do by myself. i'll go out -- >> jimmy: really? >> all by myself to play 18 holes in a couple hours. so i'm -- trying to improve. i had a long -- >> jimmy: i don't keep score sometimes. i don't even worry about improving my game. [ laughter ] >> that's just sort of a a glorified range session, if you're not keeping score. you're just out there paying a a lot of money to hit balls all over the place. you got to keep score. >> jimmy: no, i'm walking. i'm walking. [ laughter ] i don't walk in a driving range. >> exercising. >> jimmy: if they had a a treadmill at the driving range, i would do that. i'd hit a ball, then i'd walk on the treadmill for like five minutes then hit another ball. [ light laughter ] yeah, i would do that. i want to talk to you about more stuff when we get back. more with derek jeter when we come back everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: everybody, we are back with derek jeter. [ cheers and applause ] founder of the players tribune, the turn 2 foundation. the turn 2 foundation, how much money have you made? >> we have given back over 23 million. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. >> jimmy: do you get to watch baseball now? or you don't? >> i do. you know, when i first retired, i needed to get away a little bit. so i didn't want to watch. but as i've gotten away, i start to watch. i watch a lot of friends that are still playing. watch the highlights. but yeah, i find myself watching. >> jimmy: what do you think of this guy here? aaron judge. [ cheers and applause ] >> aaron, you know, aaron i've known for a while. i've gotten an opportunity to get to know him speaking to some of the minor league players down in tampa. and he's had a tremendous start to his career, but more importantly he handles himself well. he's a good person. he works hard. he has the right demeanor and attitude and hopefully has a
a long career. >> jimmy: we just did a bit with him today. we filmed a piece that will be really funny. it's gonna air monday if you're a fan -- don't -- it's pretty good. i don't want to -- no spoilers. what's going to happen this sunday at yankee stadium? this is exciting. >> it is. you know, i don't know. i've always, in my career, i've never sort of enjoyed the moment, because i'm always looking to what's next. so i'm trying to go in there with an open mind and just experience it and no preconceived notions. just want to enjoy it. >> jimmy: your family's going to be there. everyone's gonna be there. >> everyone's going to be there. yeah, so it's -- you talk about the history of an organization, it doesn't get any better than the new york yankees. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: absolutely. >> and to have your number retired, never part of the dream that i had. >> jimmy: and with your beautiful wife and it's mother's day, and it's like, i'm crying already. i'm not even getting honored. >> yeah, i know, jimmy asked me if i was going to cry. a lot of pressure on me. i have no clue. >> jimmy: you better. >> you know, i've always been
bad at speaking. i don't try to -- i don't like to prepare speeches. because then if you forget one part of it, it doesn't make sense. >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> i just sort of wing it. so i don't know what's going to happen. >> jimmy: i read your thing in the players tribune. it was a beautiful thing. >> thank you. >> jimmy: that will make you tear up just reading that. so you got that part out of the way. but derek -- i was there for every like little milestone in your career. >> yeah, jimmy's one of those guys like where's waldo? jimmy's always at the stadium. you know, every time -- >> jimmy: trying to ruin your moment. >> there's a big moment, i would look around and they show the highlights and there's jimmy jumping up and down. he was always there. >> jimmy: i never knew really what to do with my hands, so i always jump up and down when i get nervous. >> i have known jimmy for a a long time. and i hosted "saturday night live" in 2001, and jimmy was so good to me during that thing. i have the utmost respect for all the actors and actresses on "saturday night live." i have never been so scared
before in my life. and you took care of me. so i appreciate that. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i just -- [ applause ] so many amazing moments in your 20-year career. >> wow. that's a long time. >> jimmy: as a yankee. we put together a highlight reel. i didn't want to tell you about this. would you mind sitting a minute and watching this. [ unintelligable ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, it's all good. it's all good. here's derek jeter. >> here's the kid derek jeter hunting for his first major league hit. and sends a base hit into left -- >> hit toward the hole, jeter backhands from the outfield grass, got him. [ cheers and applause ] >> giambi on his way to third. the throw misses a cutoff man. shoveled to the plate. out at the plate. >> brocious and jeter both over -- jeter did he get it. did he get it? did he get it? he got it. he got it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jeter on the run. makes the play. and flies into the stands. [ cheers and applause ] wow, jeter really -- >> see the blood on his jersey, i think. [ crowd chanting ]
>> derek jeter. derek jeter. [ cheers ] >> deep to left field. going back -- looking up, see ya! 3,000, history. the exclamation point. >> and the 2-0. there it is. [ cheers ] for 72 years lou gehrig has been the yankees' all-time hits leader. now it's derek jeter. >> it would be true hollywood if jeter gets a base hit to win the game. and the pitch is lined. base hit, right field. here comes richardson. here comes markakis' throw. it's going to be not in time. richardson scores on a base hit by derek jeter. is that unbelievable or is that unbelievable? [ cheers ] >> jimmy: it is unbelievable or is it unbelievable? congratulations to derek jeter! [ cheers and applause ] thank you buddy it's gonna be great. >> i appreciate that, thank you. >> jimmy: we'll be right back with more "tonight show," everybody. come on back.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest has received rave reviews for her fantastic work in the hit netflix series "13 reasons why" which is currently streaming. please welcome the very talented, the very lovely katherine langford. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you so much for being here. >> no, thank you for having me. it's my first like solo talk show. so i'm very excited i get to do it with you. >> jimmy: all right, that's great. [ cheers and applause ] well, we're happy to have you. they love you as well. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i wanna know all about you. i know you're -- you're from australia. >> yes. [ cheers ] yes! >> jimmy: yeah, we got a lot of australian fans. yeah, we allow two to three fans in a night from australia. that's it, yeah. [ light laughter ] >> cheers. >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. i heard that lady gaga was a -- is a big inspiration to you.
you love lady gaga. >> i do, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. why? just because she's a great performer? or what -- what do you love about her? >> i think -- "a," i think she's a great performer, but i don't know, it was kind of like this epiphany. and it was when i went and saw her in concert when i was 16. and she played this song -- 'cause like she did her big set. and then she comes to like, the front of the stage and it's just her and a piano. and she did this song called "princess di" and i just remember like, being so enamored by her and that particular song that, i went home and that week i taught myself how to play it. like, i went on youtube and i watched a tutorial and i -- 'cause i didn't -- i never like, played piano or anything before. i remember i was -- >> jimmy: you learned how to play piano from that? [ laughter ] can you do that? >> well, like -- i learned the concept -- >> jimmy: i'm so old, i don't know that you can do that. can you do that? you can just go learn -- i guess why not? >> yeah. >> jimmy: does lady gaga know that she basically taught you piano? >> i -- i don't think so. but like there was -- i think she sort of knows who i am. which is a weird thing to say
like, 'cause a fan -- i did this interview and i pretty much they were like, "who's your favorite artist?" and i was like "lady gaga." and a fan tweeted it at her and she reposted it and wrote like katherine with a love heart. >> jimmy: oh. >> like the thing is, though, like i don't have twitter, right? so, the way i found out was, i was shooting a film, nighttime, didn't have my phone. came back to my trailer and i kid you not, there were like, five messages, three missed calls. everyone was like, katherine, my publicist was like, "katherine, you need to go on to twitter right now." and i was like, [ bleep ] my nudes have leaked, like that was my thought. [ laughter and applause ] right. ♪ yeah. >> jimmy: that's the first thing -- that's the first thing i think, too, yeah. [ laughter ] my nudes have leaked. >> yep. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. well, thank god that didn't happen at all.
>> no, no. >> jimmy: let's talk about "13 reasons why." >> yeah. >> jimmy: congratulations on this. man, oh, man, this is a -- it's a big hit for you. >> oh, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: great performance. >> yeah. >> jimmy: can you explain what the show is about to anyone who hasn't seen it yet? >> well, i mean, the show it's based on a novel by j. asher. he wrote it ten years ago. and pretty much it -- it follows a girl called hannah baker who i play, who commits suicide and leaves a a box of tapes explaining the reasons why she did it. >> jimmy: i mean, it's a -- it's a pretty deep subject to bring up. it's a big subject matter. i know there's a little controversy around it, too, because people are saying maybe -- it glorifies suicide. >> yeah well, i mean -- i mean, of course, like there's controversy, 'cause you need to have -- like i think things like these instigate discussion, which is the important part. and i think, you know, that we cover so many important issues in the show, that are gonna affect people differently, depending on their own personal context. and i'm like, everyone's
feelings are valid, so i'm not going to tell anyone to feel anything differently. but you know, personally like, being directly involved in the show, and seeing the thought and the consideration that went into it, and also being a young adult, playing a young adult and covering issues that are relevant. i feel really proud of -- of the way that we covered it and the way we showed things. and i think, the other cool thing as well, like, when netflix is yes, we made this piece of entertainment and there was a focus on trying to show it in a way that served justice to the message in the book. but then what they also did is i feel like they've taken responsibility, and also, like the after care. so, we have a 30 minute "beyond the reasons" which played straight after to episode 13. and there are trigger warnings on 9, 12 -- no, yeah, 9, 12, and 13. and you know, for me personally as well, i -- i kinda take that upon myself as well. like my instagram following has just grown exponentially. and i pretty much just put the links for 13 reasons why.info and the organization itsonus.org, i put their links
in my bio. 'cause i figure like, if one in, you know, one in ten girls watch that, yeah, that's like, out of 5 million, you're gonna hopefully help a lot of people. so, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's great that you're doing that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and if you have -- if you're going through problems, call somebody. people are out there to help you. i want to show a clip. here's katherine langford in "13 reasons why." take a look at this. ♪ >> just in shadow over the moon. look. it's growing slowly. >> a shadow growing slowly. >> you know, just a little bit by little bit. look closely. >> i see it. i see it. ♪ it's kind of scary. >> is it? ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he is currently on tour in support of his new album "pure comedy." performing "total entertainment forever," please welcome father john misty. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ bedding taylor swift every night inside the oculus rift after mister and the ♪ ♪ missus finish dinner and the dishes and now the future's definition is so much ♪
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♪ skin and bones a frozen smile on every face as the stories replay this must have been a ♪ ♪ wonderful place ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you so much. father john misty! "pure comedy" is out now. my thanks to derek jeter, katherine langford, father john misty once again, ladies and gentlemen! and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great weekend. i hope to see you next week. bye bye, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
♪ >> from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight, america ferrera. from "snatched," actor ike barinholtz. featuring the 8g band with josh dion. >> ladies and gentlemen, se meyers. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening, everybody. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] so good to hear. so good to hear on a monday. in that case, let's get to the news. in a recent reuters interview, president trump reflected on his first 100 days in office saying, quote, i thought it would be easier. what made you think it was going to be easy?