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channelled. two seniors set up their custom device, equipped with lawn chairs. they are due to break the record of 216 hours by sunday. now, one of them, chuck walker, is trying to break his own record he set 50 years ago as a teenager. his co-worker joked he was foolish enough to sign on. >> that heat will make it challenging. >> 100 degree heat to do that. >> that will be good. >> thanks for joining us. next news cast, have a great day. [ 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."
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well, guys, earlier today, president biden and russian president vladimir putin finally met for their big summit in geneva, switzerland. yeah it was pretty much the opposite of the "friends" reunion [ laughter ] yeah, biden and putin met at this swiss estate. yeah you may recognize it as the haunted asylum in every horror movie. [ laughter ] actually, putin found the place on his favorite house rental site, airkgb [ laughter ] well, biden and putin both arrived within 20 minutes of each other here they are shaking hands outside. [ talking over each other >> jimmy: yeah meanwhile, trump was watching on tv like - ♪ don't you remember yo told me you loved me baby ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: once the president stepped inside, they sat down for another photo op
take a look at this. [ laughter ] looks like two dads waiting for their daughters to finish trying on prom dresses they're like, "that looks great, honey, yeah." putin looks like he's trying to remember which one of those "say hello to the sharks mr. biden. there are some piranhas that were -- hold on. then, biden and putin got down to business, where it was just them, a red table and jada pinkett smith and that's what i'm talking about. that's - [ cheers and applause that's what he means let's get down to business come on. [ cheers and applause the meeting was expected to be five hours, but lasted only half that time not a great sign when your summit is barely longer than "peter rabbit 2. [ laughter ] but after the meeting, the two leaders agreed to keep in touch. when biden said, "i'll give you my email," putin said, "i already have your email and password - [ laughter ] -- and venmo don't worry about it." and this is nice the white house said biden gave putin a pair of custom aviator
sunglasses putin says he's excited to wear the aviators back home in russia where the sun's out twice a year [ laughter ] biden also gave putin a crystal sculpture of a bison yeah a crystal bison. weirdly enough, crystal bison is also one of trump's old girlfriends. [ laughter ] >> steve: really >> jimmy: yeah "oh, yeah. he paid her off $130,000 >> steve: 130 grand, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah after the meeting, putin held a press conference and was asked if he thinks the u.s. and russia will now have a better relationship and listen to his response >> translator: do you think at this present stage, we are, we can talk about a new stage of financial relations? >> translator: there is no happiness in life. [ laughter ] there's only a mirage of it on the horizon. so, you know, cherish that [ laughter ] >> steve: what >> jimmy: that's actually an
excerpt from putin's new book, "chicken soup for the russian soul." [ laughter ] >> steve: oh >> jimmy: there's no happiness in life. there's no happiness in life sounds like the slogan for russian applebee's [ laughter ] switching gears. according to an annual list that was just released, new jersey is america's best state to live in >> steve: yeah [ cheers and applause yeah come on! yeah >> jimmy: yay! yeah >> steve: yeah, come on. >> jimmy: wow. yeah, the key factors they considered, were cost of living, quality of education, and access to gabagool [ laughter ] >> steve: oh >> jimmy: and finally, speaking of the garden state, yesterday, at a new jersey water park, a water slide actually caught on fire. [ laughter ] take a look at this thing. holy >> steve: oh >> jimmy: there it is. the best state to live in,
ladies and gentlemen [ cheers and applause a water slide. meanwhile there was still a 16-year-old lifeguard at the top of the slide saying, "you can go." [ laughter ] "you can go. you can go you can go you can go you can go you can go you can go yeah you can go." that's right, the thing just burst into flames, which is why the slide's new name is, "gender reveal party." we have a great show give it up for the roots [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: hey! what a show we have for you, tonight. joining us in studio, he's the
host of "late night with seth meyers," and he does such a great job. seth meyers is here. [ cheers and applause >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: the one and only >> steve: love that man! >> jimmy: also, joining us in studio, she stars in the new amc series, "kevin can f himself. >> steve: oh >> jimmy: annie murphy is here [ cheers and applause >> steve: oh, yeah >> jimmy: and we've got a very special musical guest. very special musical guest i've known these guys for, like, 21 years i want to say >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: "snl." babies on "snl." i mean, they were younger than i was. yeah they keep coming out with great songs, great sounds. we love them, always innovating performing their new song, "higher power," tonight, in person and outdoors, coldplay is here tonight. [ cheers and applause >> steve: yeah lovely >> jimmy: coldplay coldplay is here >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: annie murphy seth meyers. it is -- you okay, tariq
you look upset are you all right, buddy >> tariq: yeah, yeah i'm -- i'm good. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what's going on? you don't seem good. >> tariq: well, i'm just thinking it's of some new entries for my -- my irk list. >> jimmy: the irk list, what is the irk list, again? >> tariq: the irk list is a list that i keep of things that annoy me. you know, random stuff but you know what, i'll just show you it's time for "tariq's irk list." ♪ [ cheers and applause >> tariq: well, jimmy, i've got a couple quick ones, right out of the gate. first up, it's summertime, and i'm already pre-irked by people trying to use me as the mile marker for how tan they've gotten folks, you guys stay under the sun so long that your brains get fried. and then you come running up to me, like, "tariq, look, i'm almost as dark as you. no, you're not, amy. you're burnt [ laughter ] fair warning for anyone who holds their forearm up next to mine, it's getting slapped and you're getting irk listed.
[ cheers and applause >> tariq: after that, i've got, people who use the happy birthday song as a chance to not so subtly prove that they can sing [ laughter ] i'm sitting there with my plate in hand, ready to speed things up so the ice cream doesn't melt meanwhile, they're trying to do runs and harmonize through every single verse talking about some - ♪ how old are you ♪ >> tariq: older than ten, so we skip that verse now. [ laughter ] you're going on the list >> jimmy: that's me, i do that [ cheers and applause ♪ happy birthday ♪ >> tariq: next up, it irks me when people go out of their way to say stuff that goes without saying for instance, like, every time the new smartphone drops, the ad says, "it's our most powerful phone yet." well, it better be you can't just drop a new color, switch up the charger, double the price and then give me a nokia brick phone [ laughter ]
take that mess back to the lab i'm irked. >> jimmy: okay, all right, yeah, we do that [ cheers and applause i know what you're talking about. it better be a better phone. >> tariq: yeah, man. it's like the medicine commercials. they do it every time. they tell you all about the disease, name the medicine, run through ten minutes of deadly side effects and then say something like, "don't take dupixent if you're allergic to dupixent." i'm like, "yo, i got a type of dermatitis i'm not dumb." [ laughter ] and then, i remember that they're selling medicine to the same people who will sue you if you don't tell them that their coffee is hot. >> jimmy: yeah >> tariq: now i'm irritated about how litigious we are as americans. and the spelling of the word litigious. [ laughter ] so, naturally, i have to slam the gavel, close the case and sentence "saying stuff that goes without saying" to 25 to life on the irk list >> jimmy: all right. that goes on the irk list as well [ cheers and applause thank you. >> tariq: up next, internet cookies. >> steve: oh >> tariq: they irk me. every website i visit asks me to agree to their cookies policy
they're like, "hey, man, while you're here, can we follow you around and see what you look at?" how about "hell no, jimmy. i'm a black guy. i started shopping online so i'd stop getting followed around the store [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause is this amazon.com, or a damn bodega in chelsea? i'm irked. and it irks me that they call 'em cookies. because, what type of name is that for a tracking device i mean, as a plus size male model, you know what cookies are to me? a trigger. [ laughter ] i mean, if it's gonna follow me around everywhere i go, call them something sensible, like shadows or karens. or toddlers, who wants to show me something i don't care about because daddy's grown and had a long ass day at work go show your mother. >> jimmy: all right, hold on >> tariq: the only place i'm accepting cookies, is at the top of my irk list but, other than that, i'm fine >> jimmy: there you go [ cheers and applause tariq trotter! i'm glad you got that off your chest. stick around we're playing true confessions when we come back, everybody [ cheers and applause
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: welcome back to "the tonight show," everybody it is time to play a game of deception called "true confessions. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: my first opponent tonight is the host of "late night with seth meyers." please welcome seth meyers [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: ooh, the chills. >> i came in - >> jimmy: wow, oh that's chills >> i came in for rehearsal earlier. >> jimmy: you really -- wow. oh, my gosh. seth meyers. now seth and i will be facing off against a very talented actress. her new show, "kevin can f himself" airs sundays at 9:00 p.m. on amc give it up for annie murphy! [ cheers and applause ♪ all right, that's what i'm
talking about. that's what it's all about, all right. >> yes >> jimmy: here we go all right, here's how this works. in front of us are two envelopes containing confessions. one is true, the other is a lie. once you read your confession, the other two players get to interrogate you. then they have to -- you have to come up -- they have to come up with a unanimous decision -- is it the truth or a lie seth, you will go first. >> okay. >> jimmy: what envelope should he open? one or two what do you guys think [ crowd shouts two ] >> whoa. unanimous two. >> jimmy: they all said two, you know >> i quit pop warner football because we had to strip to our underwear and i wasn't wearing any. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you quit pop warner because -- you're very athletic so i would say you did play pop -- what -- did you play any other sports >> yeah. i played baseball, sure. i ran a little track >> uh, i have a question >> sure.
>> why were you not wearing any underwear? >> i was in a rush to get to pop warner football. [ light laughter ] >> why were you in a rush? >> jimmy: yeah, why were you in a rush that day? >> i was excited >> both: how excited were you? [ laughter ] >> you guys, this is about football >> jimmy: i know, of course it is yeah you were excited you go, "i can't wait. i'm going to pop warner football." >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you go to them you go, "hey, we got to strip down so you can get sized up." >> yeah. they were like, "we need to figure out what size you guys are for your pads. >> jimmy: and pop -- and pop warner is -- you're teenaged? no >> younger >> jimmy: younger than that. >> 12. >> 12! >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. >> jimmy: would you ever leave the house with no underwear? >> i mean, i would say one out of every five days i would [ laughter ] >> what were you wearing >> jeans >> jimmy: what jeans, no undies >> mm-hmm. >> ouch! >> jimmy: yeah that's rough stuff there this is very interesting because i feel like you're so tricky, that you would make me believe this whole thing about football >> yeah.
>> jimmy: so that would have me steer off and believe whatever story about sports >> if i was lying, that's exactly what i'd do. [ light laughter ] >> i mean, i don't know you at all. >> right [ laughter ] >> so this is -- >> jimmy: this could go either way, yeah. >> this could go either way. this is difficult. >> jimmy: yeah, i think -- i'm going to say it's true do you agree with me that he didn't have any underwear? >> i think you're lying. >> jimmy: wait, you think he's lying? >> i think he's lying. >> jimmy: oh i'm going to stick with annie, then >> oh! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, we have to be unanimous. >> oh, we have to be unanimous >> jimmy: yeah, yeah >> oh, well, no. that's is a lot of pressure. >> jimmy: yeah we think you're lying. >> well, you're lucky annie's here because it's a lie. >> jimmy: ah [ cheers and applause ♪ you saved me you saved me >> if you want to -- yeah. it happened to my brother. [ laughter ] >> is he okay? >> he's fine he left. >> jimmy: yes. >> and then i was also there and had to play a whole year of pop warner football.
>> jimmy: all right, it's my turn which one should i open? one or two what do you think? [ crowd shouts one ] how come two for seth and i get one? all right, here we go. are you ready for this, bud? when i was a kid i dreamt of being a professional wrestler called "the priest." [ laughter ] >> i think wrestlers are known for having trademark moves what was the priest's trademark move >> jimmy: i had two trademark moves. one was, i would -- i would put you in a grapple hold, in submission, until you confessed a sin. [ laughter ] and so then i would know, like, sins it was a good storyline, you know >> sure. >> jimmy: i'm a big fan of, uh -- yeah, wwe. wwf at the time. my other move was if i body slam you, and then i would pull out holy water and bring you back to -- [ laughter ] i bring you back to life the priest >> both very good.
>> uh, what did you wear >> jimmy: uh, here's -- well, i made it out of cardboard, like poster board like, the little -- the priest's, uh -- the thing. >> the collar. >> jimmy: the collar but i didn't actually have a a full on uniform. but if i did, it would be that and a robe but then when i got in the ring, i would take the robe off and i would have just the collar and maybe two little things almost like a little chippendale's down there [ laughter ] >> play out music? >> jimmy: i was thinking cathedral organ. [ laughter ] like full on church lady >> yeah. >> jimmy: like -- yeah and people would go announce that the priest is here. and i would come out with incense. [ laughter ] doing the thing, and i think that people would be totally into it. uh -- the priest >> was this something you shared with your friends i assume you watched wrestling with friends your age. is this -- >> jimmy: i didn't think -- no they didn't really know at the time but i was just so -- everyone was really into it.
>> was everyone really into it [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: this is the -- yeah, but no i didn't wrestle kids. i would wrestle dolls and stuff. but i would say i was into, like - [ laughter ] yeah, i would do moves - >> what? >> jimmy: i would do moves on like my sister's cabbage patch and stuff, yeah. but that was my dream. i was going to be a professional wrestler, and -- but i couldn't - [ light laughter ] too skinny >> annie and i have decided. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'm not done - >> we decided -- >> jimmy: i'm not done explaining >> -- like five minutes ago. >> jimmy: i'm not done explaining >> i think we're done listening, jimmy >> jimmy: no, no, no, no, no when i was a kid, i dreamt of being a wrestler called "the priest." >> we're of the shared opinion, jimmy -- that's a lie >> jimmy: it is a lie. that is a lie. ♪ [ cheers and applause i thought maybe, i don't know. i don't know i did, actually, at one point want to be a priest. >> right >> jimmy: so, i thought maybe a little curveball on that truth might have got in your head a little bit. because you know me.
>> you were going to be a priest and dress the same way you described the wrestler >> right [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, the chippendale's. >> and that's when they sent you right home >> jimmy: same entrance! >> they sent you right home from seminary. >> jimmy: same entrance -- exactly, yes annie, it is your turn to go gosh, this is interesting. all right. one or two what do you think? [ crowd shouting ] that's a mixed bag [ crowd shouting ] >> i'm hearing boo instead of two. so i'm going to do one >> i didn't hear any boos. all right, here we go. >> straight up boos. >> jimmy: good this is good >> okay. i once licked chris martin's sweat off my own hand. [ light laughter ] >> at a concert? you were at a concert? >> i was at a concert. >> jimmy: if that's true, that makes all three of us. we've all done that. [ laughter ] >> both: yeah, get in line >> jimmy: all right. so you were at a concert you were in like - you had good seats, i'm assuming >> great all access all access i don't want to brag, but all access
>> so is this -- is this post-celebrity for you >> this is pre-celebrity >> pre-celebrity >> yes, like ten years ago >> okay. >> jimmy: you're a coldplay fan. >> yeah. >> jimmy: just throw some songs out. what do you like >> "fix you. >> jimmy: yeah, sure of course. >> the one that goes - [ humming [ laughter ] um, uh -- "the scientist." >> jimmy: "the scientist", okay >> "the scientist. >> "yellow." >> "yellow." >> jimmy: wow! deep cuts. >> "court and spark. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "court and spark?" you're just making up words at this point and how did you end up touching chris martin >> he -- i was actually about three rows deep. >> jimmy: wow, and you still made it to the center. >> well, it was the lurch. it was like the -- >> jimmy: i love that you're coming down like you're taller than chris martin when he's on stage. you would be lurching up - >> he was not on stage >> jimmy: oh >> a twist >> jimmy: oh, your honor a twist in the case.
>> he was doing crowd work >> he was doing -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i wouldn't call it crowd work >> i think you do call it crowd work >> jimmy: i think comedians do - >> yeah, he was doing a stand-up set [ laughter ] >> jimmy: crowd work >> trying some new material out. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so he's doing crowd work he's been there. he's going, "montreal, i love you guys you guys are the best. and then he makes eye contact with you >> nope. >> no. >> jimmy: wow. but you were trying to force it >> yes >> jimmy: and you were moving your eyes like "hey, make eye contact with me. >> indeed, yeah. >> jimmy: and grabbed him. and he pulled away and then you had his sweat in your hand now what -- your immediate reaction was to lick it off? >> yes >> gotcha. so you were worried something would happen security would run over and wipe the sweat off [ laughter ] >> yes, before i was able to - >> yeah, you're like "i've got to get this in my mouth fast." >> jimmy: who were you with? >> a bunch of my friends >> jimmy: and did they all freak that you touched his hand >> they looked at me with pride and disgust. >> jimmy: yeah and disgust after the lick or pre lick >> after the lick. >> jimmy: well, i thought disgusted maybe the how dare you lurch? >> it was pre and post lick.
>> was there an awkwardness after the fact that you hadn't saved any licks for them [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah yeah >> that might be why we don't speak anymore. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm going to say, i think this is a real licking >> i think this is a real -- i'm picturing it the way winnie the pooh goes at honey -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah >> -- after he pulls it from the jar. just like -- yeah. i'm with you i think this is a real thing >> jimmy: i wish -- were you on the jumbotron? >> no. i wish no >> jimmy: wait, you wish wait, you were whoa, you slipped. wait -- busted it did happen? >> it did happen >> yeah! >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about there. wow. ♪ [ cheers and applause that was the giveaway there. that was a confession right there. >> really good work. >> jimmy: i wish it was on the jumbo tron because - really, you love coldplay? >> yeah. >> who didn't? >> jimmy: who doesn't? >> but it was something that was -- i didn't plan it it was just a voice in my head
that was like, "you need to do it." >> yeah. >> jimmy: and just do it >> and i did it. and wasn't, you know, i love coldplay as much as the rest of us >> no, i'm - you like them a little bit more [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i love that that's true thank you guys for playing [ cheers and applause you're very good at this seth meyers, annie murphy. we're talking to seth after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ so with your home & auto bundle, you'll save money and get round-the-clock protection. -sounds great. -sure does. shouldn't something, you know, wacky be happening right now? we thought people could use a break. we've all been through a lot this year. -that makes sense. -yeah. so... ♪♪ now's not a good time 3/5ths of nsync. are you sure? you have us booked all day.
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host of "late night with seth meyers," which airs weeknights on nbc, right after our show and it's also available on peacock. please welcome seth meyers, ladies and gentlemen [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: that's got to feel great, huh >> it's nice, you know, we haven't done it yet. in front of an audience again, my goodness. >> jimmy: it's unbelievable. yeah, they're the best thank you guys >> real live human beings. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: yeah thank you for coming down and doing the show with us i know - >> you make it very easy it's two floors. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the family is good alexi's good >> yeah, the kids are great. >> jimmy: yeah >> i mean, they're great right? >> jim >> i just want to establish that before i keep going.
>> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> i don't -- you know, i like my time with them to be positive but i would like this time now to sort of air some grievances >> jimmy: oh, really >> just minor things >> jimmy: sure >> 'cause i don't -- i feel like they watch late night tv so they'll see this, and it's just easier for me if they hear it this way. >> jimmy: of course, of course so smart >> yes so, they -- i have two beautiful boys >> jimmy: yeah, i know, i love them >> their smiles light up a a room >> jimmy: yeah >> the most natural, angelic, cherubic smiles. >> jimmy: yes. >> you take out a camera crazy rictus grins [ laughter ] it's like -- we have no good photos of them smiling, because they're like laughing and being real, and then it's like they got bit by a scorpion [ laughter ] and they're like - >> jimmy: dude, that is weird. why do - >> it's awful. >> jimmy: my kids do that too. >> and i show it to them on the phone, i'm like, "i can't let people look at this. you understand?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "you're too cute for this." >> "you're too cute -- you're better than this guys.
>> jimmy: but they're learning how to smile >> they're learning -- it is so weird that they don't -- yeah, they just hate - >> jimmy: we've learned over the years, you go like, "smile for a picture. >> yeah, i show like, i show them adults on instagram i'm like, "none of these people they've learned to fake it." >> jimmy: yes! >> come on, guys [ laughter ] >> awful >> jimmy: awful, well, yeah. >> i hope you're watching. >> jimmy: they're the cutest kids in the world. >> they are. they're too good to be true. >> jimmy: you're doing stand-up shows again. >> yeah. i've done a couple it's really nice people are so happy to just be out. >> jimmy: yeah, how does it feel to perform? >> it's great. i did stand-up in a tent in a parking lot and it was wonderful. and i think that speaks to how lousy the last year has been [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah >> that you feel like you're walking into a night club. when you're like, "look at this a tent in a parking lot! hey! >> jimmy: oh >> "top of the world!" >> jimmy: "you did this for me!" >> yeah, but it's really fun and i think these next few years, i think live
performance, live music. people are just going to be -- >> jimmy: just appreciate every single thing >> -- sports everybody is going to be happy to be in the same place, which is cool. >> jimmy: yeah, i know you're doing a gig in boston soon coming up. >> yes yeah, july >> jimmy: where are you playing? >> the wilbur? the best, right? >> jimmy: i think i recorded a a comedy thing there >> yeah, you did >> jimmy: it's one of the best theaters in the country. >> so i'm looking forward to that and of course -- >> jimmy: i mean, you're boston, i mean, you're - >> i'm, you know, southern new hampshire, which we we >> jimmy: but that's boston. >> but that's boston >> jimmy: but i know -- i think you are the biggest red sox fan. >> i had a run there where i think no one cared more about the red sox than i >> jimmy: maybe mike schur >> mike shur, our dear friend who worked at "snl" with us and then went on to -- nothing to just fail [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, wait, he did "the office." >> "the office," "parks and rec," "the good place. >> jimmy: he's one of our friends. >> he does an incredible job, yeah >> jimmy: yeah, he's brilliant but do you remember when we went out drinking one night with david wells >> yeah. i mean, you guys know david wells.
>> jimmy: one of the best pitchers in the history of baseball >> and one of the greatest partiers of all time [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's a new york yankee he's a legend. he's so much fun we used to hang out with him whenever we got a chance >> yep >> jimmy: and then we went out, i go, "seth, let's just do it. wells is around, let's do it." >> and we had an incredible night with david wells >> jimmy: he's unbelievable, though >> he's unbelievable, the thing about him is, and i don't know if you found this. i felt like when you went out and drank with david wells, he would tell you all the secrets of baseball. >> jimmy: yeah >> like it felt like he was giving you all the mysteries of the sport. >> jimmy: yeah >> and yet with each mystery, he'd also make do you a shot [ laughter ] and so the next morning, you'd wake up and it was all gone. yeah >> jimmy: could remember anything >> couldn't remember any of it [ laughter ] that's how he gets you >> jimmy: yeah, because i do remember him having -- right off the top of my head, i don't remember any of the great stories. but he's such a good hang. we went out -- >> we went out and i made the mistake of texting mike schur, who's another dyed in the wool red sox fan. and he was so upset to hear that i was out with a yankee
and this is before the red sox won the world series so we were a little bit more irrational and i came in the next day, and he had gone to the new york yankees store, which is right around here where they just sell merch >> jimmy: that's right >> and he had -- this is the way he burned me he spent $500 on yankees stuff and filled my office [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean, the ceiling, everything >> some pillows. there was a yankee lamp. >> jimmy: no, the best move was, do you remember, your screen saver was yankees >> yeah, screensaver a yankee mouse pad >> jimmy: he took it to the next level he's like, "oh, mr. yankee come on in you love the yankees so much you go out drinking with them. why don't you come in? >> he was like, "i thought you would enjoy -- consider this a a parting gift that you are now dead to me." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think on the front of the door was either wells or somebody, or jeter, or somebody >> it was -- he did not react well we got over it we got over it >> jimmy: dude, congrats on "late night. how many years has it been now >> seven isn't that nuts? >> seven years [ cheers and applause
>> jimmy: you're kicking butt. the show's fantastic you're as sharp as ever. the writing is - >> those guys do an amazing job, yeah. >> jimmy: are you loving it? >> yeah! i mean, i can't believe, you know, especially this last year i've always felt incredibly grateful to have a show. but this last year has been insane to be able to still go and do your job even though this year has been such a drag and so i felt -- >> jimmy: thank you for doing it we all needed it >> thank you, buddy. >> jimmy: i mean, everybody needed it. and so yeah. just for you being there and showing up was one thing, but doing great comedy and good work, we're like, "yes thank you. just get through this. >> well, it was an honor to just be a part of all the "late night" shows we're getting it done. >> jimmy: we love you bud. i'm so happy >> thank you >> jimmy: thanks for coming on the show seth meyers. you can catch "late night with seth meyers" on nbc and peacock. right after our show just don't change the channel. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you'll see more of seth we'll be right back with annie murphy, everybody. come on back [ cheers and applause ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: my next guest is an emmy-winning actress who stars in the new show, "kevin can f himself," which airs sundays at 9:00 p.m. on amc and is streaming on amc plus. please welcome annie murphy, ladies and gentlemen [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: they love you, come on, i love you we love you. annie, welcome back to the show >> thank you >> jimmy: and thanks for playing "true confessions" earlier. >> it was a rush
>> jimmy: it was this is -- this the second time you've been on our show, correct? >> yes yes. >> jimmy: technically, right >> technically, yes. >> jimmy: the first time you were on, you posted something on instagram that i thought was funny. you said, "if anyone wants lessons in the art of being really chill, and generally super cool, dude, just holler at me. no refunds." and this is you backstage when i first met you. [ light laughter ] and then here is you zoomed in [ laughter ] >> that was my first time on the show but i was here as a guest of eugene and catherine years before >> jimmy: i remember this. >> and just to add to the embarrassment of this, my first time meeting you -- i hope you don't remember -- but eugene and catherine were there and i was kind of hiding out in the green room and catherine -- >> jimmy: i remember this. >> in very catherine fashion, was like, "annie, come on and meet jimmy." and so i kind of gollumed out of the green room and approached you
>> jimmy: gollumed >> and you were like, "annie, it's so great to meet you. you do such a great job on the show." and my -- all of my internal organs fell out of me and then, like, just vowels and consonants spilled out of my mouth. >> jimmy: yeah >> and then i ran, not walked, back to the green room you were still standing there. ran back to the green room and promptly burst into tears. [ audience aws ] and then i was recounting the story to my parents and my father has never been more disappointed in me [ laughter ] and he was like, "kid, for jimmy fallon?" >> jimmy: yes! [ laughter ] >> "you cried for jimmy fallon?" >> jimmy: "yes, dad! best -- no tears tonight no don't do it. >> jimmy: come on, get over here [ audience aws ] look at you, come on [ applause ] look at you. no tears, no tears, dad! no tears, dad! >> no tears, dad
>> jimmy: no tears, dad. i love that story. dad, you're right. yeah, you can't cry here, man. we love you too much >> so disappointed >> jimmy: but that's so funny. come on. then we had you on and we have to do this, really, for when we talk about the show. we have to say -- we have to show it and say, "you're on the show, 'schitt's creek.'" [ cheers and applause and we have to show them, legally. "ew, david," became a catch prase of yours do people just scream that at you now, which is odd? >> yes >> jimmy: ew >> and i just found out recently -- some woman told us that i only actually say, "ew, david," twice in the entire series >> jimmy: no >> yes and i -- but i also said, "ugh, david. or like, "why, david?" like i - >> jimmy: yes, yes, you said it [ cheers and applause >> i tacked david on to whatever i possibly could. and it just kind of spiraled out of -- this "ew, david"
thing spiraled out of control. >> jimmy: you're phenomenal. i mean, people are just doing impressions of you and you're just - yeah you hit a home run i want to talk about your new show, because i can't actually say that on tv either. >> yeah, i'm so sorry. >> jimmy: but this is a great show "kevin can blank himself." f himself. it is a sitcom it's very funny, but it's also a drama. >> yes >> jimmy: how do you set this up >> it's a tricky one >> jimmy: yeah >> okay, so you know the sitcom husband that we've come to know, the kind of schlubby beer drinking, sports loving doofus >> jimmy: absolutely, yes. >> it's not about him. it's about his wife. and we follow her into this secret life that she leads when she's not around him and we find out that she is very angry, and very frustrated and really needs a change. and that change may or may not lead to a murder plot against her husband.
>> jimmy: do you guys want fun this is fun. i mean, what do you want, right? [ cheers and applause i want to show everyone a clip here's the great annie murphy in "kevin can f himself. take a look at this. >> game over >> hey, babe >> yes >> can you grab us freshies? >> allison avert your eyes. i can't have you leaving kevin for me [ laughter ] ♪ [ tense music [ glass breaking ] >> i'm fine. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: that's cool. that's different i love it. annie murphy "kevin can f himself" airs sundays at 9:00 p.m. on amc and is streaming on amc plus [ cheers and applause thank you so much for coming
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