tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC August 15, 2019 11:34pm-12:37am PDT
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jimmy fallon [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: oh, my goodness, come on hey. welcome. welcome. thank you very much. thank you for being here please, have a seat. wow. hot crowd tonight. hot crowd. welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. thank you so much for being here guys, i'm very excited about this the one and only john travolta is here. [ cheers and applause john travolta, that guy is a a legend i'm a huge fan of his every movie he's ever been in i watch. the guy can sing, he can dance, he can act he's here promoting his new film "the fanatic," which after saying all that, is probably about me [ laughter ] guys, we're halfway through august, and people don't know how to handle this weird time
between summer and fall. and today, i saw someone drinking a pumpkin spice rose. [ laughter ] yeah i saw that >> steve: you saw that with your own eyes. >> jimmy: yeah >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: let's get some news. the big story is the economy yesterday, the stock market dropped 800 points and suffered its worst loss of the year i'm not saying the economy is in trouble, but right now, giving money to john hickenlooper's presidential campaign is a a better investment. [ laughter ] the stock market plummeted 800 points the graph was intense. it looked like a heart monitor before you buy olive garden's lifetime pasta pass and after you buy olive garden's lifetime pasta pass [ laughter ] which i do have, by the way. >> steve: you do have. >> jimmy: i do even more concerning is that trump's allies are worried that he is running out of tools to fix the economy. [ light laughter ] running out of tools when trump heard that, he was like, "not true, i have erik and don jr [ laughter ] i have more than enough tools. news of the economy is really hurting trump's popularity a new poll that was just released said trump's disapproval rate is at 56%
[ cheers ] and now i'm really worried - [ laughter ] now i'm really worried trump might not fix the economy 'cause he just says, "what do the other 56% think? [ laughter ] meanwhile, not all of the news is bad i just saw that president obama just shared his summer reading list on instagram. take a look. yeah, it's a pretty long list. well, not to be outdone, president trump released a list of things he's read this summer >> tariq: oh, here we go here we go >> jimmy: tariq, what's up >> tariq: let me guess you're going to make fun of trump by listing a bunch of fake stuff that he read this summer >> jimmy: i mean, yeah, that was the plan [ laughter ] >> tariq: and then each joke is going to pop up as, like, a graphic so everyone can see it, and then laugh about it, or not. >> jimmy: right. [ laughter ] >> tariq: i know exactly how this will go, okay like, the top of the screen is going to say something like "trump's summer reading list." and then, underneath that, it'll say things like, "his own tweets."
[ laughter ] or, or -- "the menu at carl's jr. [ laughter ] and, and -- oh, oh, "the back of a shampoo bottle. [ laughter ] or, or -- "'eat pray love,' but only the first part about eating." [ laughter ] and then finally -- you know, the thing he reads every year, "divorce papers. [ audience ohs ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: wow. [ laughter ] >> tariq: is that how this is going to go? >> jimmy: yeah, that's right yeah, you nailed it, yeah. >> tariq: all right. [ mumbles >> jimmy: what's that? >> tariq: i don't think you should do that bit [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. deal, we won't do it [ laughter ] some entertainment news, the film "blinded by the light" comes out tomorrow night [ cheers and applause it's inspired by -- inspired by the music of bruce springsteen when asked about how many stars he'd give the film, bruce said, "one, two, three, four." [ laughter ]
[ cheers and applause in business news, coca-cola just announced that they're releasing two new flavors, coca-cola cinnamon and winter spiced cranberry sprite. [ audience reacts company says they'll be available while supplies last and based on those flavors, that will be forever [ laughter ] now get this, in ohio, the guinness world record was just broken for most people scratching lotto tickets at the same time. even worse, that's trump's plan to fix the economy [ laughter ] listen to this, i just saw a a new study that found people who left their phones at home during vacation experience symptoms of withdrawal yeah eventually, they just started pointing at random objects and yelling, "like [ light laughter ] like like friend?" [ light laughter ] listen to this, i read about a a new trend where people have started adding bitmojis to their resumes. they're actually pretty helpful. now the person interviewing you knows exactly why you're unemployed >> steve: oh [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, this made me
laugh. in florida, there was -- [ applause ] oh, thank you. a slow clap? >> steve: wow. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a slow clap. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: wow. [ cheers and applause ♪ got a nice slow clap, i appreciate it. >> steve: so brave >> jimmy: haven't got one all year, that was a great one >> steve: yeah, wow. >> jimmy: in florida, there was a raccoon that had to be rescd om a vendi machine look at this you see it in there? yeah [ audience aws ] the rescue was pretty easy firefighters just put in a a dollar and pressed a2. [ laughter ] and finally, have you guys heard of long-neck avocados? well, photos of them are going viral. check these things out [ audience ohs ] the egg plant emoji saw that and was like, "well, i had a a good run." we have a great show tonight [ laughter and applause give it up for the roots come on. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: we have a fun show tonight.
[ cheers and applause john travolta is here tonight! [ cheers and applause the best and his new movie is good. it's "the fanatic. and yeah, he's getting great reviews for that i can't wait to talk to him. also, marlon wayans is here. [ cheers and applause he's one of the most talented comedians out there. >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: one of the most funniest dudes ever. and the author of "ask again, yes. the winner of our "tonight show summer reads" book contest, mary beth keane is here. [ cheers and applause it's a great book. did a good job and we've got great music from caroline jones, everybody. >> steve: oh [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: we had a fun day today. me and the roots went to philadelphia and - [ cheers and applause wow, philly in the house >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: and we did a bit with - we're not going to air it tonight, but eventually, we're going to air it.
but we did a bit with ringo starr. [ audience oohs >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: he's on tour -- he's on tour right now all month with his all-star band that's the 30th anniversary of their tour but if you want to go see him, i think he's playing the woodstock thing in bethel, i think it's tomorrow night. he's doing woodstock go see him but go see, if you can, go see ringo starr. he's just awesome, it's a great show but we're doing it, he was just so cool. 'cause -- i met him before, but you still get nervous. >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: just 'cause he's a a beatle he's a ringo there's only one ringo starr, yeah >> steve: yeah, come on. >> jimmy: and he's just such a a beatle like, he can't not -- i don't know how if i'm describing it right. but he cannot be a beatle. [ light laughter ] and paul is a beatle too >> steve: right. >> jimmy: and, you know, when he comes on -- [ speaking in accent ] "eh, he talks and he does things and he does that. and he's very beatly [ light laughter ] and then - [ speaking in accent ] "ringo, ringo's like deeper peace and love." you know [ light laughter ] but he's still a beatle. so i go, and i say, "oh, my god, ringo, and i see you. and he sits down, and then - so i sit down, and then, he stands up. [ laughter ] dude, i was like, "you're being a beatle, you're being a a beatle you can't not be a beatle.
[ speaking in accent ] he's like, "i am, i am a a beatle." [ laughter ] like i said guys, we have the one and only john travolta with us tonight and i'm such a huge fan. [ cheers and applause >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: what >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: couldn't be a better dude couldn't be a nicer guy and a better guy i love john travolta movies. i've been watching them, studying them for years. in fact, this might be a little controversial, but i think i do a better john travolta than john travolta himself. [ laughter ] but there's really only one way to find out. it's time for a "tonight show john travolt-off." here we go ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: now you can't have a a travolta-off without another travolta so give it up for john travolta. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> thank you >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. that's what i'm talking about. >> look at that. >> jimmy: look at the love >> damn. >> jimmy: look at the love
>> damn! >> they love you we love you! >> i love you too. >> jimmy: that's for you that's for you that's all love for you, baby. >> yes, i love it. thank you. >> jimmy: john >> yes >> jimmy: here's how this works. this button is the random travolta generator, which we'll each take turns hitting it to select the name of a role made famous by you, john travolta >> all right >> jimmy: we will perform a small part from that movie or show the best we can and at the end, we'll decide once and for all who is the better john travolta, me, or you, john travolta [ laughter ] so i -- i will go first. i'll show you the game >> okay. >> jimmy: here we go [ generator sound [ audience ohs ] tony manero from "saturday night fever. okay, i can do this. [ clears throat [ laughter ] it just feels so weird doing it right next to you. this is great, it's so great [ laughter ] "you know, i work on my hair a a long time. [ laughter ] and you hit it he hits my hair. ♪ [ cheers and applause
>> that's really good. >> jimmy: that's pretty good wasn't it? >> that's really good. i don't me if i can beat that. >> jimmy: oh, you can beat that all right, john, you can go next here >> all right, here we go >> jimmy: that's the generator there. [ generator sound yeah [ cheers and applause [ laughter ] "well, that's cool, baby i mean - [ cheers and applause you know how it is, rocking and rolling and what not." [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: that's the best! all right. let me start the random travolta generator here we go [ generator sound that was unbelievable. oh [ cheers ] all right, yeah. this is a different travolta okay, yeah i know "you know what they call a a quarter pounder with cheese in paris they got the metric system, so they wouldn't know what a quarter pounder is they call it a 'royale with cheese.' ♪ is that right?
[ cheers and applause all right. all right, you're up you're up. >> all right [ generator sound castor troy "face/off. [ audience ohs ] castor troy, now you're the bad guy. >> that's -- >> jimmy: that's the -- yeah so you're john travolta playing nick cage. >> okay. >> jimmy: this is a tricky - >> "ooowee you good looking. you're hot it's like looking into a a mirror, only not." >> jimmy: wow! ♪ [ cheers and applause how do you do that how do you do that yes. all right, john, for this last round, why don't we do this one together, okay >> which is it >> jimmy: let's try it and see [ generator sound [ cheers ] >> "welcome back, kotter." >> jimmy: vinny barbarino. [ cheers and applause >> okay. >> jimmy: "welcome back, kotter." here we go >> okay. >> jimmy: all right. [ jimmy and john speaking together ] "hey, mr. kotter." >> jimmy: "why don't you take couple days off and go hang gliding? it's good weather for it
no wind. >> "what where? up your nose with a rubber hose." >> jimmy: "off my case, toilet face." want to do the dance >> jimmy: let's do the dance, ready? and here we go ♪ i sai barb barb barb barb barb barbarin barb barb barb ♪ ♪ barb barb barbarino barb barb barb barb barb barbarin you got me rockin ♪ ♪ and a rolli and a boppin barbarino ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ you got me rockin and a rollin hoppin and a beeboppin you got me rockin ♪ ♪ woa you got me reelin' wo you got me ooh ♪ ♪ barbarino yeah yeah ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: the winner it is official john travolta is the best john travolta there is stick around, everybody for more john travolta [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪
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>> jimmy: our first guest is a a two-time oscar-nominated actor starring in the new film "the fanatic," which opens in theaters august 30th, and digital and on demand september 6th. please welcome the one, the only, john travolta. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> thanks so much, everybody >> jimmy: i'll never get used to just having you next to me. i just - i'm such a fan, i'm sorry. >> i love being loved by you [ laughter ] and i love being loved by them and i love you all >> jimmy: aw [ cheers and applause you're the greatest. i love the new look by the way >> like it >> jimmy: yeah, i love the clean cut. >> yeah, it's pitbull-inspired [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah is that right? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: well, i just saw the video you just did pitbull -- i don't know if you saw the video. well, you must have. like, 10 million have seen it on youtube but it's called "3 to tango. have you seen this video and you think that it's pitbull the whole time
>> yes, and then i - >> jimmy: but it - >> surprise them at the end, and i dance the tango. >> jimmy: you do the tango, yeah >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: how'd you meet up with pitbull >> i reached out to him three years ago, and he's a great entrepreneur he'd come up with these good ideas to work together, and this was one of them >> jimmy: he's a genius. >> oh, he's awesome. >> jimmy: he makes like, hits, like - he's like -- he wakes up in the morning and he's like, "well, i guess i'm going to make another hit," yeah [ light laughter ] >> yeah, he's a very positive person >> jimmy: he really is i love him too we got to talk about the "the fanatic." >> okay, yes >> jimmy: this is exciting dude, you're getting crazy great reviews. congrats >> thank you >> jimmy: why not -- i mean, but explain the movie for people >> well, first of all you're a a fan, i'm a fan >> jimmy: yeah >> and we're good fans, and we're honorable fans, and so is this character i play. he's very earnest. he's very passionate he's kind of a man child >> jimmy: yeah >> do you know and he has an obsession with this particular movie star, and he's mistreated at work, this guy, this guy i play he's kind of bullied, but then when the movie star starts to bully him, he can't understand it he gets very confused. and he -- you'll see in the clip that he gets discombobulated.
and then it turns into like a thriller horror based on these events of mistreatment it's kind of about, where do you draw the line as a movie star and where do you draw the line as a fan? >> jimmy: cause there's a fan, and then there's a stalker >> yes, yeah [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and then it gets - i mean really, it turns into - it's a tricky -- >> but i play him really an honest fan first, and then by confusion comes to be a stalker. >> jimmy: but that's the fun of - >> yeah. >> jimmy: of good acting and that's what you do because you're great at it but, i mean -- >> thank you >> jimmy: to make someone like this character and feel bad for this character, and i feel for you, and then you're crazy [ laughter ] i'm like, "i don't know where to go now. because i'm rooting for you, but you're making some bad moves here, bud. [ laughter ] what i thought was really interesting was the film was - was it written and directed by - >> fred durst from - >> jimmy: fred durst >> limp bizkit >> jimmy: fred durst >> yeah. >> jimmy: from limp bizkit >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: i didn't even know he was a director >> well, he's a fabulous director he's also a great actor and we would improvise prior to every
scene. >> jimmy: really >> he'd get me in the zone he'd ask how the character was doing today, who we met. you know, and i'd ask all the departments to improvise with me, and then he'd sense when it was ready to film. and then, boom, he'd say "action," and we're off to running. >> jimmy: have you ever done that before with any other director >> no, this is the first time i had a real actor direct me at that kind of level he understood. >> jimmy: that's crazy, but exciting >> yeah. >> jimmy: fred durst from limp bizkit, i mean -- >> and his first love was film >> jimmy: really >> jimmy: you know, cause the whole limp bizkit thing came from a creative idea, almost from an actor's perspective. he created a character >> jimmy: wow. >> in limp bizkit. >> jimmy: i just think - i love hearing stories like that because you go, "oh, fred durst, you know, he's that guy from limp bizkit, and now he's getting crazy great reviews. you're like, "this is a great movie. and good for fred durst. >> yeah, really. >> jimmy: i love that, and i'm -- good for you as well. i'm happy. >> thank you >> jimmy: i want to show a a clip here's john travolta in "the fanatic." take a look a look at this >> i want you autograph, mr. dunbar i collect autographs, and i bought your -- and i bought your vest from "vampire killers." it was $300. see.
>> what are you some sort of freak autograph hound that won't leave me the -- alone? you can't just come to my private residence looking for me you want my autograph? give me the pen. >> thank you >> i got your autograph right there -- ♪ is my autograph. now get the -- out of here ♪ >> breaks your heart, right? [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: dude great. that's fantastic >> thank you >> jimmy: amazing hair choice by the way, as well. [ laughter ] >> fred called me, he said -- i said, "how are we going to make this guy look? we talked about the hawaiian shirt, and the shorts, and he just said, "what do you think
about a mullet?" i said, "i don't know. you know, '80s mullet. >> jimmy: when do i not think about a mullet >> yeah, exactly [ laughter ] so he said, "look online, and you'll see there are different kinds of mullets." >> jimmy: oh yeah, there's a a power mullet >> yeah. bam, i saw this dude on the internet with this exact haircut, glasses, and i said, "that's him. that's the character." >> jimmy: business up front, party in the back dude >> yeah man. >> jimmy: that's exactly it. [ laughter ] last time you were here i was lucky enough to learn a dance move from you. the four corners from "grease. >> oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: and thank you. but i was wondering today, could you teach me -- speaking of the tango with pitbull, could you teach me how to tango? >> absolutely. >> jimmy: you will >> you ready come on. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: i don't know how to tango. all right. what do i do >> come on this side >> jimmy: okay >> cause i'm used to leading - >> jimmy: i love it. >> all right, so with your left, my right [ cheers ] >> jimmy: yeah >> we go step, right and then i want you to kick out. put your head back at the same time >> jimmy: like that? right there.
[ laughter ] >> there you go. [ cheers ] ready, and step, kick, boom [ cheers ] >> jimmy: oh right, sorry, let's do it again. >> together: and step, kick, boom [ cheers ] >> and if i turned you around like this, and then we did salsa. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: this is the guy right here you want to hang out with john travolta, "the fanatic" opens in theaters august 30th, and on digital on demand september 6th. john travolta! we'll be right back with more "tonight show. come on back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ don't miss kohl's... friends & family sale!... take an extra 20% off!
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everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> you look good >> jimmy: i do >> yeah you look all tan you look puerto rican. >> jimmy: no, it's high blood pressure >> it's okay, i look dominican i ain't got no socks on. [ laughter ] you said it's high blood pressure >> jimmy: yeah, it really is >> ha, ha. by the way john travolta with that baldy what >> jimmy: he looks good, right >> yeah, he looks like a pretty joe rogan. >> jimmy: pretty joe rogan look at this picture of you and eddie murphy i saw this you posted this. >> yes, me and my idol, man. the g.o.a.t. >> jimmy: yeah, is he your idol >> come on, man. i mean between him,
richard pryor, and my brother, damon, those are my three favorites of all time. >> jimmy: yeah >> and i could flip the deck, but i mean i just love eddie murphy that was at his house, and his house is so beautiful. you know what's sad? it was so nice, all i could think was, how do i rob eddie murphy [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, you can't rob eddie murphy >> i know. i don't want to rob him of like, a car or like, some jewelry. i just want to take something. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah >> he had this bowl of penny candy, so i took like 16 butterscotch and put it in my pocket. >> jimmy: he owes you that yeah >> i wonder if he's sitting around going, there's 16 butterscotch missing. >> jimmy: how long have you known eddie? >> i've known eddie since i was 8-years-old because my brother keenen used to write and produce with him and eddie actually came to my apartment in the projects. he was the biggest movie star in the world and he came to my projects it was funny because me and my brother, we thought we was funny, so we thought we'd roast eddie murphy and eddie murphy was wearing these cow skin pants, so every time he sat down, me and my brother would go, "moo."
[ laughter ] and then we would ask him questions like, "yo eddie, how you like your pants? medium-rare? >> jimmy: yeah >> and he was like i was like, "are them pants homogenized? and the we had all these jokes meanwhile, the pants cost more than everything in my apartment, including us. [ light laughter ] and my nephew, he was like 4-years-old, and he was a bad little kid, he just kept punching eddie in the leg. and eddie was like, "if you don't get this little prisoner away from me." no, 'cause craig was bad you know a bad kid in the projects 'cause they always have a outie belly button. so craig - [ laughter ] this is facts. outie belly button kids are terrible am i lying ask the black folks over there how many times you been robbed by the kid with the outie belly button [ laughter ] they always want your cherry in the fruit cocktail there's only one cherry. [ laughter ] so craig had an outie belly
button, and he kept punching eddie murphy so, at the end, eddie wrote us an autograph he said, "to marlon -- to sean, be free to marlon, one day you'll make it and to craig, when you get older i'm going to punch you in your face. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean that's eddie. come on. >> which is dope, and then later on, flash-forward, i got the chance to work with eddie in "norbit." it was so dope because he was doing make up at that time for "norbit. >> jimmy: he was doing all the characters >> yeah, he was doing all the characters, so i came in to work and my script just said busta taps and so, me, over preparing like i did, i wrote a whole power dance tap class. so, brian goes, "so marlon, what do you want to do?" brian's the director he goes, "what do you want to do?" eddie's in make up for five hours. i said, "okay. i got this class one, two, three, four. i stepped in poo i'ma wipe it off." and then i did this whole -- [ laughter ] no, it was a whole class i was going, "i called the cops they taking me to jail
they taking me to jail." i felt free to do that because john travolta just did a whole class. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, of course yeah you can do anything you want [ cheers and applause you can do whatever you want on this show. >> so eddie comes out of make-up and he goes to watch my scene. so i walked out the room 'cause my hero is watching something i do when eddie laughs he has this big, huge roar, and they put it, on and all i hear is eddie murphy going, rah! rah! rah! >> jimmy: that's what he does? >> yes >> jimmy: that's how he laughs >> it sounds like someone's getting killed [ laughter ] and that was the day for me -- that was like a second special day for me the first day i felt special was when he came to my house in the projects, and everybody cleared out. second day i felt famous, where i was doing something right, was the day i made eddie murphy laugh. and i asked him while we were doing a scene, i said, "eddie --" he was in make up -- i said, "how you like doing the make up, man, isn't this fun?" and he looked a me through the make up and he said, "hey man,"
he said, "this is work." and i said, "yeah, but you get to do all of these great characters and the voices. he said, "hey, hey, hey, i said this is work." and i was like, "yeah, forget these characters." >> jimmy: yeah >> so, cut to me doing this movie "sextuplets" right and i'm playing six different characters, and my nephew's on the set, and he's all bright eyed and bushy tailed. he's like, "uncle marlon, this is so fun, you get to do all these make-up and characters." i said, "hey [ laughter ] this is work!" >> jimmy: that's right you learned. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, you crushed it in this movie look at this >> thank you [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: that is all. even that. i mean, come on. i don't know how you do it >> if i can't get an oscar for playing this little guy. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, come on >> you know how long it took me to get back to my own size
>> jimmy: academy. academy, if you're watching. yeah >> hook a brother up >> jimmy: it's a really funny movie. everyone can see it. >> yes, it's on netflix starting at 12:00 tonight. be sure to tune in i'm telling you, from the time you watch it, all the way through, nothing but laughs. i promise you. >> jimmy: yeah, i know your parents got to see this, right >> i finally -- i did a movie that is appropriate for my parents to see [ laughter ] and what's funny -- cause my dad's jehovah witness, and - you know - that got some groans out there damn >> jimmy: no, no, no that wasn't -- >> all y'all slammed the door in his face, huh [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh my god. oh my god. >> don't trip. there was days my mother would be like, "who's at the door? it's your father get down." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he went to your door >> and so my parents actually did get to see this. >> jimmy: oh my gosh >> and i went by my mom's house, so i told her, "i'm going to come hook up netflix. she said, "where can i see the movie? i said, "netflix." i said -- she goes, "i ain't
got that what is that?" i said, "i'm going to buy you a apple tv." "i don't want no apples in my tv." i said, "no ma, apple tv." "i already got a tv, it's a tube i don't like them things that hang on the wall where i'm looking at pictures. i want a tube on my television." i said, "ma, it's a little box i come attach it to your thing. she said, "i don't want no damn little box, you do what you do i'll see the movie when i can. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so that's the review >> so i don't think my mom's going to see the movie >> jimmy: she'll never see it. >> but my sister saw it. and this is the greatest thing -- my sister is one of my biggest critics. if she loves it, she loves it. when she don't, she don't. i've seen her magically disappear from premieres like, "hey, kim, how did you like the --" because she doesn't want the confrontation. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah >> so this movie, she goes, "marlon this movie, it was so good you was funny. you was appropriate. there was no body parts swinging around. there was no body fluids spurting all over the place. i didn't see your ass, not one time." she said, "this is a movie this ain't a movie just for comedy this is a movie the world needs
to see they need to play this in hong kong at the airport right now and bring everybody together." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: that is a good review that is what the world needs i want to show everyone a clip here's marlon wayans in "sextuplets. take a look at this. >> ugh, come on brother. come here. give me some love. so good to meet you. >> that's what's up. black love >> the resemblance is crazy. we look like twins it is uncanny. >> y'all look like twins the upper arms the chest. >> the hair, like, the hair follicle >> we all see it >> them legs is the same >> okay. all right. >> dr. williams. hey. >> alan, wow wow, what a wonderful thing you're doing for baby pete, alan you are a hero >> it's no big deal. i mean it's a bit of a drive >> still, not every day that a a long lost family member appears out of thin air to donate a kidney. >> you said what
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>> jimmy: welcome. thank you. it is such a pleasure to meet you. thank you so much for coming on the show >> thanks for having me. this is great. >> jimmy: and i know you have some fans from pearl river, new york here >> i have a couple here. >> jimmy: yeah >> yeah. [ cheers ] hi, guys >> jimmy: apparently you got your whole town to vote for you? >> i did yeah i struck a little deal >> jimmy: what did you do? >> well, i -- you know, my friends and family were voting anyway but - >> jimmy: yeah >> -- one morning i was getting breakfast for my kids and said, "nobody gets anything in this house until i see you vote, like, 50 times [ laughter ] and then when my son was doing it, i realized i could draft the kids it's not a presidential election so i - [ laughter ] i made a deal. i texted maybe -- i think there were, like, 37 parents on this text chain, two different chains and i said, "if your kids vote 100 times a day for the next five days, then we can go to king kone and you can get whatever you want. nothing's off the table. >> jimmy: wow. [ laughter ] you bribed - >> no small cones here you know, you can get -- >> jimmy: did the kids even know what they were voting for >> you know, some of them did.
>> jimmy: okay, all right. [ laughter ] some of them did one kid, he was voting like crazy. and he's like, "what is this?" you know, they just wanted to present it to me, so >> jimmy: yeah, they just -- yeah, they just want that ice cream. yeah >> yeah. i saw people voting at shoprite, at dunkin', everywhere >> jimmy: everywhere, right? >> yeah, it was great. >> jimmy: i'm so happy it won, 'cause i love this book. >> i'm also happy it won [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you -- explain, like, what the past two months are like. what is it - like, did you know that -- you were like, "oh." because i don't know you and i didn't -- we didn't rig this thing at all so we just selected it but is it weird to see like, "oh, that's cool." why -- >> i mean, yes, it's crazy this book came out at the end of may and i went on tour, and i was gone for maybe a month, you know, back and forth and it hit the list, which was wonderful, but then it kind of started to slow down a little bit. and i just thought that was it i had a good run and then out of nowhere, i guess, your producers called scribbler books and they told me about this. and then it just got -- it's been crazy >> jimmy: it went back on the top ten. >> went back on the list and it's been there ever since, actually [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: that's the way to do
it that's what i'm talking about. >> it was you. thank you. >> jimmy: no, thank you. [ applause ] let's get into the book. if you haven't read it, it's called "ask again, yes." i loved it i think, like, i was, like, reading it going like, "oh, my gosh, this is all so real. 'cause i'm irish and my grandfather was a police officer. and he was on the job. >> on the job. >> jimmy: which is what you say. >> the lingo >> jimmy: dude, how do you learn all the -- i mean, there's so many things there, i go, you had to have done research >> i did, yeah i talked to a lot of active and retired cops, like, from the '70s and from now. and we would go usually to a a diner in a town right next to mine, and we'd - you know, they'd get a big plate of bacon and eggs and i would just ask them a lot of questions. >> jimmy: what was the one thing that they said, "oh, do not do this. >> well, right off the bat, the very first breakfast i had, he was a retired detective. he said, "never -- if i see the word 'badge' you know, in a novel, like a cop showed his badge, i'm out." like, you never say "badge." >> jimmy: what >> and that scared me because i -- i didn't know what the word was so i realized what i was in for. >> jimmy: what do you call it?
>> a shield. >> jimmy: yes, of course >> yeah, a shield. >> jimmy: wow, okay. >> little things like that, there were tons of them. you know, little, little things >> jimmy: i mean, but the detail >> yeah. >> jimmy: the attention to every detail i loved it so much >> yeah. >> jimmy: i was like, "ooh." and then, i mean, there's so many twists and turns. what inspired you to write it? like, how do you just come up with this idea do you go, "i'm just going to write -- i know a writer writes, but, i mean, what makes you -- what inspired this? >> i think everything around me you know, things that i was struggling with, my friends were struggling with i think of it sort of as a a "romeo and juliet" story, except if romeo and juliet had lived, and then their families had to cope with each other even though they hate each other. and then romeo leaves his boxers on the floor and -- nobody empties the dishwasher. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah >> you have to deal with - >> jimmy: domesticated "romeo and juliet." >> exactly >> jimmy: you're like, "the romance is --" >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah >> right >> jimmy: it's gone, yeah. >> like the sweet nothings part is over and now you have to, like, deal with each other forever. >> jimmy: it's life, yeah. >> you know what that's like yeah >> jimmy: yeah >> so it's sort of - >> jimmy: you're so romantic, oh, my gosh. [ laughter ] it really is a romantic book and it's about love. and it's about disease
and it's about - it's just -- forgiveness and i just -- i know a lot of hard work went into this >> yeah. >> jimmy: and how long did it take you to write? >> this book took four years, on and off >> jimmy: wow. >> i quit at one point i thought, "i'm done i can't figure this book out." and i sort of took a summer off and i thought i'd start a new book but i just kept coming back it to it. and then i stuck with it partly out of laziness. it would take me another whole year to think of a new book. >> jimmy: yeah >> so i wanted to stick with this one and i'm glad i finished. thank god. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, you did. and i got to say, some also good news, it's been purchased it's turned into limited series >> yeah, exactly it's in development to be a limited mini series. which is awesome >> jimmy: that's fantastic that's - [ cheers and applause congratulations and thank you so much for coming on. >> thank you very much thanks >> jimmy: mary beth keane. "ask again, yes" is available now. [ cheers and applause we'll be right back with a a performance from caroline jones stick around, everybody. it was easy, right [ cheers and applause ♪ we are here to discuss jessie's online time.
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hope to see you tomorrow bye-bye, everybody [ cheers and applause ♪ [ cheers and applause [ cheers and applause ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers. tonight -- jake tapper, star of "pose", actress mj rodriguez featuring the 8g band with nate smith ♪ [ cheers and applause ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night. how is everybody doing tonight [ cheers and applause that is wonderful to hear. in that case, let's get to the