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drone. for the past year more than 100 boaters and divers pulls out the trash to keep it clean. project is done. divers went along the lake as deep as 25 feet down, pulling any trash they saw. they found cell phones and sun glasses and thousands of cans and bottles. they found unusual items like no littering sign. >> they found an old nikon camera with a film inside. that's a great project. >> thank you for joining us tonight. have a great day tomorrow. >> bye bye. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the
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tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests - mandy moore, the kids in the hall and featuring the legendary roots crew >> questlove: 1650 >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh, that's what i'm talking about. oh, that feels good. welcome. thank you very, very much. welcome. enjoy yourself, everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show," everybody.
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you're here. you made it. you're watching. thank you. [ cheers and applause you guys, i'm excited about this mandy moore is here tonight on the show this is awesome. [ cheers and applause these days, if someone is crying in front of the tv, they're either watching the last season of "this is us" or the stock market it's very interesting. it has been a rough week on wall street with the world's largest tech companies, like amazon, facebook, and google losing more than $1 trillion over the last few days and you can tell google is desperate for help because today they asked jeeves what to do [ laughter ] yeah, it -- it's clear they're in trouble because when you type "google" into google translator, it comes back as yahoo. [ laughter ] yep, things are tense at the company. if you type a word into google, it just says, "autofill the rest yourself, you lazy bastard. and there you go, that's - but don't worry, google has a plan to turn things around as we speak, they're telling investors, "sell one more share and we'll release your search history.
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[ laughter ] that will work and it's not just google netflix stock is also plummeting yeah, right now, if netflix stock goes down any further, they're going to have to change their name to "blockbuster." and -- it's true. >> steve: wow. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: yeah, things have gotten so bad at netflix, they might add commercials by the end of the year. [ audience oohs smart idea all the content you're not watching, now with ads [ laughter ] meanwhile, today president biden spoke about the economy and he said that addressing inflation is his top domestic priority. yep, biden knew it was time to act when milk and gas both hit $9.00 a gallon [ laughter ] but while biden was speaking about the economy, he really tried to express to americans that he feels their pain when it comes to inflation. although i'm not sure about his choice of words. well, watch this >> look, i know you got to be frustrated i know i can taste it
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[ laughter ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: americans heard and responded with a resounding "ew! [ laughter ] well, listen to this apple just announced that after more than 20 years, they're discontinuing the ipod [ audience oohs you know the ipod. it's that thing you're using right now to level your desk yeah guys, some news from the sports world. i saw that tom brady has agreed to become an nfl analyst for fox sports after he's done playing. yeah, i -- he's tom brady though why -- why do i feel like he's going to be announcing while he's still playing i drop back. i find evans down the sideline, touchdown. crowd goes wild for me [ laughter ] get this, apparently heinz is working on creating the first ever paper ketchup bottle. [ light laughter ] yeah, they saw how much people love paper straws and said, "we want a piece of that action. [ laughter ] "we love that.
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people love it instant hit. >> steve: mmhh!! >> jimmy: yeah you guys hear about this new ge fridge recall? it's not good. check this out >> we have a recall alert for a kitchen appliance sold at lowe's, home depot and best buy. six ge refridgerator models are now being recalled the freezer handle can detach. >> tariq: wait, what i just bought a ge fridge. >> jimmy: oh, yeah sorry about that, tariq. >> tariq: it's okay. i have another fridge or freezer in the garage. that's where i keep all my ground beef. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh >> tariq: oh, what >> jimmy: roll the clip. >> you may want to check that ground beef in your fridge or freezer. more than 120,000 pounds of ground beef products are being recalled because there are concerns they could be contaminated with e.coli [ audience oohs >> tariq: wait, wait e.coli you got be to kidding me >> jimmy: yeah, i'm -- i'm sorry about that, tariq. >> tariq: man, i was going to make my favorite dinner tonight. ground beef and green beans.
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i guess i'll just have to make the beans. >> jimmy: that sounds pretty good [ laughter ] >> tariq: yeah i got a one-pound package of hippie organic french green beans. >> the fda is reporting a green bean recall. [ laughter ] one pound packages of hippie organic french green beans >> tariq: come on! >> jimmy: i'm -- i'm sorry, tariq. look, i'm sure you'll figure something out for dinner >> tariq: dude, whatever i'll just whip up something in my insignia air fryer i just got at best buy. >> best buy is recalling hundreds of thousands of popular air fryers there have been more than 100 reports of the insignia air fryer catching on fire, burning someone or melting >> tariq: fine i'll just eat beef jerky >> jimmy: tariq, what are you -- what are you talking about? >> i bought nearly 5,000 pounds of tennessee brown bag jerky last month >> we are following a recall on nearly 5,000 pounds of beef jerky. [ laughter and applause it is for tennessee brown bag jerky. >> tariq: i'm over it! i'm just going to go home and
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lie on my mattress without checking it. >> in today's recall alert, you may want to check your mattress before lying on it [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh >> that's it i'm so worked up that, honestly, i might explode, jimmy. it's a good thing i took my blood pressure medications >> jimmy: yeah, it is a good thing. what kind are you taking >> accupril from pfizer. [ laughter ] it has just the right amount of nitrosamine. i don't even have to call my doctor whenever i take it. >> if you take blood pressure medicine, it's better to call your doctor about this recall and check in pfizer is recalling its accupril blood pressure medication because of high levels of nitrosamine. [ laughter ] >> god [ bleep ] danm it that's it. i'm [ bleep ] out of here. >> jimmy: hey, hey, hey, hey come on. [ cheers and applause >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: well, guys, this is -- this is going viral on tiktok
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[ laughter ] two stunt performers recently got married and their wedding exit was about what you would expect take a look at this. ♪ [ cheers ] ♪ >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah [ laughter ] the fun part was no one told the priest they were doing that [ laughter ] and this was nice. there was a super emotional photo of the moment the groom first saw his bride covered in gasoline >> steve: aw [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yep the bride and groom were on fire and yet the chicken was still undercooked. [ laughter ] there you go come on, yeah. and finally, guys, it's time to take a look at the stories making headlines today and wave the good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go [ cheers and applause ♪ pros and cons pros and con and pros ♪ >> jimmy: nice to see you back, tariq. i'm glad everything's cooled down >> tariq: whatever
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: guys -- >> steve: oh, my gosh. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: tonight, we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of sending nudes to space nasa's working on a mission to -- to send nude photos of human beings into space with hopes of attracting aliens [ laughter ] >> steve: oh >> jimmy: no one knows if this will actually work, so let's take a look at the pros and cons of sending nudes to space here we go pro, aliens might see your nudes. [ laughter ] con, and decide to build a a colony on uranus >> steve: hey. [ laughter and applause >> jimmy: pro, it's the first time we've sent nudes to space con, unless you count jeff bezos' rocket >> steve: hey. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait a -- what is that thing [ laughter and applause what is that thning? oh, man. pro, hoping your naked pics will attract an alien. con, receiving a message from yoda that reads, "up, are u? [ laughter and applause pro, making a cosmic love
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connection con, on an all new season of "90 lightyear fiance." [ light laughter ] pro, the mission is called "beacon in the galaxy. con, which is better than its previous name, "project space balls. [ laughter and applause pro, "that's one small step for man. con, "hey, it's cold in space. okay [ applause ] pro, it's part of nasa's attempt to make contact with intelligent life con, and let them know there are hot singles in their solar system just waiting to hear from you [ laughter ] [ applause ] and finally, pro, aliens checking out your naked pics, con, bozarck 5 sliding into your dms that's -- that's our "pros and cons," everybody we have a great show [ cheers and applause mandy moore is here tonight to talk and perform and we've got comedy legend, kids in the hall, with us tonight. [ cheers and applause stick around we'll be right back with
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. what a show we have for you. she stars in "this is us" on nbc and her new album, "in real life" is out on friday mandy moore is here. [ cheers and applause we're talking with her and then, she's performing later in the show -- buy the album, you get the exclusive interview. aww, look at the baby. come on. that's little gus. that's her new little baby there. oh, he's beautiful yeah, i think that's going to be fun plus, they are back with a new season of their comedy series, which begins streaming on prime video this friday, the kids in the hall are here this evening [ cheers and applause the kids in the hall i love it. guys, it's tuesday it's time for "we-tweet. here we go
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♪ ♪ we-twee we-tweet ♪ >> jimmy: now, welcome to we-tweet this is where -- this is where we, as a group, decide something that we should post on twitter i'm going to show you five different tweets and we're all going to vote on whether you like each one or not you all have voting clickers at your seats now, you can -- yeah just grab the one, was it to your left? i think it's on the left >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: some people it's on the right. very confusing that's half the fun of the game now, you can all -- you can vote for all of them, or you could vote for none of them. whatever you want. i just want you to have fun and enjoy yourself but we're going to see the results live so, you might as well -- >> steve: you might as well vote >> jimmy: you might as well vote just to see where this ends up higgins, you have your clicker >> steve: i have my clicker. >> jimmy: whatever tweet gets the most likes, we will tweet it live on the show so you can all like it and we-tweet it. >> steve: nice >> jimmy: thank you. [ cheers ]
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it's a shared experience you guys ready for this? [ cheers ] >> tariq: yeah >> jimmy: all right, here we go the first tweet is - i like this one. all right, ready [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: like friend scale. yeah it goes up, goes down. well, i can already tell by the silence -- the stunning silence -- >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: --from the audience that -- i don't feel like this is going to be - >> steve: no, i don't think it's going to be a big hit >> jimmy: i liked that i think it's funny >> steve: it's clever, sure. >> jimmy: yeah, but i don't think people enjoyed it. the votes are in let's see the results. yeah that's a no. that's a no. [ laughter ] [ sad tuba ] that will be a no, bob >> steve: that was a resounding no >> jimmy: yeah, that will be a a resounding no. all right, let's try this next one. all rright, this next one says i bet all the great lakes, like - [ laughter ] ♪ >> steve: might be a a comparison - i think this one is going to get more than 77 >> jimmy: wait -- what's that now? you think it's going to get more than 77 >> steve: yeah, 'cause in comparison to the last one,
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this one's better. >> jimmy: oh, i see what you're saying so, compared to the last one, this one's better. so, you think this will get more than 77%. >> steve: 90 >> jimmy: you're going to say 90 i think it's going to do pretty well i think it's over a hundy on this one >> steve: you sure >> jimmy: yeah, let's take a a look let's see the results. >> steve: woah >> jimmy: bang ♪ 141. that nice. there we are, that's number two right there. all right. how about this one, here oh, all right. this one says -- [ laughter ] >> steve: come on. that's fun ♪ >> jimmy: it's pretty good >> steve: and the answer is a math conundrum >> jimmy: yep. and you know, it was a slow roll >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: yeah, andmore than 77%. >> steve: 90 >> jimmy: you're going to say 90 i think it's going to do pretty well i think it's over a hundy on this one >> steve: you sure >> jimmy: yeah, let's take a a look let's see the results.
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>> steve: woah >> jimmy: bang 141. that nice. there we are, that's number two right there. all right. how about this one, here lake superior's out. that one's in. all right, here we go. i don't want to sell them. [ talking over each other they're all great. all right. this one says "your real self comes out-when you're standing, waiting for the driver to unlock the passenger seat door." [ laughter ] that's when your real self comes out. yeah, you're just like -- all right, you're right -- that's your real self. let's see the results. >> steve: oh [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: close. >> steve: almost - >> jimmy: all right, here's his last one right here. you ready for this [ cheers ] it says, 'hairdryers are the official soundtrack of being late." there you have it. cast your votes right there. i think i know what the winner is gonna be. [ light laughter ] ♪
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all right, i think the votes have been cast let's see the results. yes! all right, so number three is the winner we have "there are two kinfds of people in this world -- [ dinging [ cheers and applause i'm gonna post this during the commercial break if you see it on your feed, give it a like give it wetweet, and enjoy we'll be right back with mandy moore everybody. stick around [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: mark, i don't know if you remember this. years ago, i met you - >> yes, 1996 that's right i was on "saturday night live" someone asked me to do a a student film in troy, new york in the middle of winter so naturally i said yes and i went up there and there was a sound guy doing the boom, who had a lot of energy like way, way too much energy and that was - >> jimmy: i was very excited ♪♪ hi neighbor. did you switch to t-mobile home internet yet? trim your hedge. it's $50 bucks a month, with no price hikes. bam! ♪♪ it runs on t-mobile's wireless 5g network
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ask your doctor about ibrance. [ cheers and applause ♪ our first guest tonight is an emmy-nominated actor who stars in "this is us," which airs tuesdays at 9:00 p.m. on nbc. she also has a new album out friday called "in real life. everyone, please welcome mandy moore. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: come on, standing o. come on, mandy moore absolutely >> oh, my goodness, guys that's very kind >> jimmy: last time we saw each other, if you can believe this - >> the world was ending. >> jimmy: -- march 12, 2020. >> yes, sir. >> jimmy: what to you remember >> everything.
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>> jimmy: i know, i kind of remember it too, i think >> it was bizarre. i remember getting here for sound check because we were performing >> jimmy: so you were already here >> i was here in new york and i remember that between sound check and when we actually filmed, there was apparently supposed to be an audience and then no audience >> jimmy: yes. >> yeah, and it was like rockefeller center was shutting down, new york city was shutting down, it was terrifying >> jimmy: yeah, we were the only people in the building. i think it was just us and the "today" show >> i think so. >> jimmy: like savannah and hoda just stayed over. all right, yeah, like don't leave the building >> hunker down >> jimmy: we didn't know what was going down and we were supposed to have an audience all our jokes are written for an audience and just no. >> and then, i performed for an empty theater, it was truly bizarre. no, no, it was okay. the world -- there was bigger fish to fry but it was -- i'll never forget that experience >> jimmy: yeah, i'm always here for you, just so you know. i was always here, i watched you. >> i felt the love >> jimmy: okay, good >> yeah. >> jimmy: but a lot has happened since then. i'm so happy to see you. you look great >> thank you >> jimmy: but since we last talked, since you were here, you've had a little baby boy
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>> i did >> jimmy: congratulations. [ cheers and applause >> yeah, thank you >> jimmy: one year old ♪ >> yeah, he's 14 months. >> mandy's got a cute name and he's such a cute baby. i want to show a picture if you don't mind >> yeah, of course >> jimmy: this is -- >> that's gus. >> jimmy: this is gus. [ audience aw's look at this baby boy. come on, that's cute >> old man >> jimmy: oh, he's so cute, congratulations. >> thank you >> jimmy: he's pretty little is he into anything right now or is he too little? >> he's walking and talking and doing all the things yeah >> jimmy: oh, he is. >> yes >> jimmy: yeah >> mama was his first word >> jimmy: is it mama it was >> i won i won. >> jimmy: the first time that you were a guest on here i think it was six years ago it was just when "this is us" was premiering >> yes >> jimmy: and now, the series finale is is two weeks away. it's kind of interesting, right? >> bizarre >> jimmy: it's bizarre, but i'm happy to see - that's what i kind of love about doing the show is you get to see everyone's career and start and things and get big. >> yeah, an entire chapter >> jimmy: entire -- i mean -
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>> a really seminal chapter for me, but yeah >> jimmy: next two are coming up obviously no spoilers. but on the emotional scale, one being not that emotional and ten being "this is us. >> yeah. jack dying >> jimmy: yes. >>: milo's character dying >> jimmy: yes. >> i will tell you the pendleton episode, which airs in like a week, i threw up after i read it. and maybe that's just because it's really close to the bone for me like this has been my life for the last six years and it's like i simultaneously have to say goodbye to the character, to my family and character and characters saying goodbye as well. so, there's a lot wrapped up in it but i still think that like you might need a day off from work >> jimmy: really yes, it's one of those gems? >> but the finale is a bit more of a hug i think there's a little bit more levity. yeah, the second to last destroyed me i have a feeling it might destroy people too >> jimmy: well i know that your show is so well written and so tricky and beautifully done. >> yes
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>> jimmy: and there's parts of the next two episodes filmed that were three years ago. >> yes and i didn't even remember so, the finale, the very last episode of the show, just because of the way we tell the story and jump around in time and obviously like children keep growing and getting older, we wanted to capture a very particular time in their lives and so, some of the finale was filmed three years ago and i didn't even remember dan fogleman, our creator was showing us a couple of the scenes and i'm like, "wow, i don't remember." we weren't even halfway- >> jimmy: he's brilliant >> and just saved it for the last episode >> jimmy: did you take anything from the set when you left >> i did >> jimmy: you can tell people, right? >> milo and i went and did one last lap through the pearson house and took some of the family photos off the wall and put the frames back up i mean, they were going throw these pictures away anyway but they meant something to us i took the steelers jersey from the super bowl episode
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i took my wedding ring my character's wedding ring. yeah, i'm the sentimental things where it's something i wanted to keep >> jimmy: the photos were interesting because you probably took them before you knew each other. >> yeah. we have fake photos of me and milo laughing with each other and we had just met each other we're supposed to be husband and wife >> jimmy: i don't think you knew this, but when you first get into this show, did you realize you were going to play your character as a teenager and an 80-year-old woman >> so, when you audition and are cast, the first episode of the televisions show before it sees the light of day, the character was just written i'm in the hospital giving birth to triplets and that's all you see of me. i had no idea the scale and the breath of what this matriarch was going to be. so it wasn't until about two weeks before we started shooting the second episode i got an email saying so, we want to see if it works for you to play the character present day? and my mind exploding like, wait, so, i'm working with
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sterling k. brown and playing their mother and i'm eight years younger than them in real life it was a terrifying prospect >> jimmy: but what an acting-- what a gift and you nailed it, bud, every scene that was so well done and you really nailed it. >> thank you >> jimmy: awesome job. i want to show everyone a clip here's mandy moore, in the final season of "this is us. >> miguel? miguel miguel >> mrs. person, it's okay. >> who are you where's miguel >> it's okay >> i want miguel i need miguel! >> hey mom, you're okay. >> why won't this woman tell me where miguel is? where is miguel? >> he's not here right now >> where is he
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>> i got it. >> thank you >> oh mom. go and get back in bed >> thank you >> where is miguel >> jimmy: mandy moore, everybody. [ cheers and applause we're talking more with mandy after the break. stick around come on back [ cheers and applause ♪ life's kinda unpredictable. like when your groceries arrive the moment you remember everything you forgot. [dog barks] or when your kids says... there's a bake sale at school tomorrow. tomorrrow, tomorrow? or when you discover art-cuterie is a thing you have to try. like now. or when you could go to the store but you also need to walk the dog, pack the lunches, and uhhh... oh yeah take the kids to school. you have children! for anything today brings, fresh groceries and more.
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[ cheers and applause ♪ >> it's really bizzar. >> jimmy: how fun is that? >> so much fun i mean, the power of television is alive and real. >> jimmy: it's real. it's real, absolutely, yeah. i remember growing up, i loved "family ties" and there was this song by billy vera and the beaters "at this moment. that was a song that they played, and then, it was just a song, and then, billy vera recorded it a couple years before and it wasn't a hit, then they aired it on family ties and everyone is like, "what is that song?" and it went to number one. and it's like -- it's the power of tv >> i love those stories. >> jimmy: it's the best. >> yeah. >> jimmy: congratulations to you, bud that's awesome >> thank you very much thank you. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: is "this is us" get you back into music and recording? >> yes, so, that was something that, unbeknownst to me, when i got cast, dan fogelman decided to make my character's back story music related and it kind of sent me into the studio very early on in the first season
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and i remember i sang this little feet linda ronstadt song called "willin." and i had a band with me, and i was like, "i miss this." i remember this feeling. i hadn't made a record in you know, five, six, seven years at that point and it activated something in me again that pushed me to start writing and get in the studio and make a record >> jimmy: yeah [ cheers and applause "in real life" is out on friday >> yes, sir. >> jimmy: you're going on tour >> i am. >> jimmy: i mean, june 10th, you're in atlanta, georgia you're at -- june 15th, webster hall here in new york. the ryman. i saw you're in d.c. at the 9:30 club, june 14th love the 9:30 club >> me too. >> jimmy: look at all these dates. so this is a family affair >> i know, a family affair my husband, taylor, is in my band, my brother-in-law, griffin is the drummer gus is coming. >> jimmy: the baby's coming. this is like - >> it's the partridge family >> jimmy: the partridge family i was going to say - you guys are all on the bus together >> yep, we are
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>> jimmy: come on, get happy >> the gus bus >> jimmy: the gus bus. congratulations. i mean, this is going to be fun, it's going to be a fun tour >> it's an adventure we'll see. >> jimmy: yeah, no i mean, this is -- you're performing tonight which song are you performing tonight? >> "in real life." >> jimmy: "in real life" is tonight. [ cheers and applause >> the title track >> jimmy: the title track. and you got good pics here of the baby on the inside >> yes >> got to include the family >> jimmy: you got to include the family >> yeah, i wrote this whole record during the pandemic and when i was pregnant. so, it's like filled with songs about impending parenthood and you know, thinking of my own childhood and trying to make sense of what was happening in the world. but it was very cathartic to write it >> jimmy: i love it. mandy's new album "in real life" is out this friday and you can watch the final season of "this is us" tuesdays at 9:00 p.m. on nbc. we'll be right back with the kids in the hall, everybody. stick around mandy moore. more mandy moore when we come back after that. [ cheers and applause ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: our next guests are sketch comedy legends that have been making us laught over the course of five decades they're back with a new season of "the kids in the hall" which begins streaming on prime video this friday. please welcome, the kids in the hall dave foley, kevin mcdonald, bruce mcculloch, mark mckinney and scott thompson [ cheers and applause ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: wow. the pose >> pose! >> jimmy: the entrance, the pose the kids in the hall whew >> jimmy, i feel you were -- you were robbed of a handshake so, let me make it up to you >> jimmy: oh, thank you. oh, my gosh, you got a nice hug. dave, thank you, very, very much >> he won't hug us >> jimmy: no -- only handshakes yeah, you guys are already in the zone welcome back to the show thank you for being here i appreciate this. when you guys started this in 1984 >> yes >> we don't remember, we think so >> jimmy: do you see yourselves being together in 2022 in '84? or you don't think that far -- >> 40 years later? no, i am pretty sure like -- i'm pretty sure the only reason we're still together 40 years later is because suicide pacts apparently are not binding [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow! >> that -- that and we're canadian it's too impolite to break up. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah >> it makes a lot of noise >> that's why the divorce rate in canada is zero. >> jimmy: no it doesn't -- everyone's too polite. here's you guys, here.
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look at these. >> ah. look at how cute we are. [ cheers and applause >> oh, you just want throw us over your shoulder and burp us >> jimmy: really just want to burp you guys. i obviously loved you. but i think i know you but you guys didn't even start together is that correct? you were different sketch groups >> yes, were two different sketch groups. we were the audience - >> in calgary. >> which was mark's name a lot of calgarians here >> we were the kids in the hall in toronto and -- >> some guy. >> and some guy. >> i was an actor. >> jimmy: oh, of course. >> i was a real actor. >> jimmy: exactly, scott, yes. and how did you all end up coming together and forming the band >> scott booted his way in >> well, they'd all had been together and i saw them one night in the midnight show. and my friend, darleen dragged me down. and we were in an audience there was about seven people and they weren't doing that well and there wasn't really anybody in the audience to let them know how badly they were doing but i fell in love with them
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right away and i thought to myself, "i need to be in that group." and i noticed underneath the chair, there was a doughnut taped -- >> from a really bad scene idea >> and i then i found some other doughnuts taped in other seats. and i went, "oh, i bet those are part of a bit. maybe i should ruin the bit. [ laughter ] and then they'll see me. and you want to be seen. >> jimmy: of course. >> so, i grab the doughnuts and started whipping it at them on stage. and i remember bruce going, "who the [ bleep ]?" i go like, "it's me. >> i'm here! >> your new friend [ light laughter ] >> i just wanted you to notice me and it could have gone a lot worse though because -- >> it was pretty bad >> it was bad, but - this party, they don't even know, really buy i had a cross bow with me as well. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it could have been much worse >> well, i just came from a renn-fair. >> jimmy: no - >> i was going to fire bolts just above their heads, so, luckily, i went for the doughnuts. >> jimmy: doughnuts.
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always go for the doughnuts. >> thank you >> and now, here we are. >> jimmy: and did -- did you all get discovered by lorne? like, how did that - cause i know i auditioned for lorne michaels but did he -- did he find you? or did he -- how did that work >> well, he actually sent people to toronto when we were doing a show and it was the week we got a a really rave review in the global mail, which is a newspaper up in canada and so, we're actually at the theater rehearsing after this rave review. and i'm probably reading it over and over. and then, the phone rang and it was the talent bookers from "saturday night live." they said, "oh, we read about your show. we want to come. and i said, "well, it sold out. [ laughter ] and then, i said, "well, maybe we'll do a run in a year or so." and i said, "well, you're from 'saturday night live,' you got a lot of money you can scalp tickets perhaps. [ laughter ] and then, i hung up the phone. and i looked at my four friends here, and realized i did a a wrong thing. [ light laughter ] so, i called the nice lady back and here we are, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, and then he saw you and said, "oh yeah, you guys are great." >> yeah, we had lorne -- eventually, lorne came up and saw one of our shows in -- in toronto. and you know, you know lorne lorne's a laugher.
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he's so easy to make laugh and lorne has a beautiful laugh. >> jimmy: did he -- did he laugh? >> oh, he laughed. lorne has like -- he laughs like an old-timey cowboy like the chuck wagon cook. he was all they way through the -- >> remember -- remember -- [ laughter ] by gum >> yeah, by -- and the whole crowd was staring at him no one really paid attention to us at all. >> jimmy: so, he didn't laugh at all >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he didn't laugh at all. >> he looked bemused several times. >> jimmy: at least he stayed for the whole thing. >> yeah, he did stay -- well not the whole thing. i think -- >> no. [ talking other each other ] like a 3 1/2 hour show >> yeah. >> and then, afterwards, at the half, i went up to him and said, "and now, lorne, guess what after the break, we're going to do some improv do you want to stick around? and he was like, "hmm. do i want to stick aroudn to watch improv over my dead body. >> jimmy: yeah, no and yeah, but anyways, you end up being -- and working
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together and became "the kids in the hall. mark, i don't know if you remember this years ago i met you. >> yes, 1996 that's right i was on "saturday night live. someone asked me to do a a student film in troy, new york, in the middle of winter so, naturally, i said yes. and i went up there, and there was a sound guy doing the boom who had a lot of energy. like, way, way too much energy and that was -- jimmy fallon >> jimmy: i was excited, yeah. [ talking over each other >> boom's in the shot! "i'm on it, i'm on it. >> jimmy: should i be in the shot as well >> can i -- can i get in is the camera -- >> jimmy: i remember i was laying under a coffee table for one scene or whatever. and i was holding a microphone and you were doing a scene and i go, "hey mark. and you're, like -- you're sitting there like - >> not now >> jimmy: and i go, "i really want to be on 'saturday night live.' and you go, "good luck, man. it's going to be great." >> no, but we stayed in touch. and then you sent -- by the way, the sound on that film, not great. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i thought that would be perfect
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>> no, but later, you sent me a vhs tape and a really sweet letter and said could i pass it along to someone >> jimmy: yeah, i appreciate that you were great to me you were really nice >> jimmy: why -- why bring it back now why -- is it just demand everyone wants to see "the kids in the hall" now >> well, my astrologer told me that one of us was going to die soon [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, wow! >> i'm the weak one. so - [ laughter ] >> i actually paid his astrologer to say that >> jimmy: to say that -- >> it was worth it it was worth it. >> jimmy: this is a -- this is a photo i have from -- season five, here this is -- you guys were all buried together. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you see this one, yeah it was very funny. it's not shocking, it's funny. >> it's funny. >> jimmy: here's what's good season six, you guys are back from the dead. >> in the same outfits the exact same positions it's so rad. [ applause ] >> thank you >> jimmy: well, i can assume at this point there's going to be -- there's going to be even more "kids in the hall."
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are you working on a seventh season >> we're told it really all depends how well this interview goes >> so, in a word -- in a word, no [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i cannot wait for this i'm so excited this friday on amazon prime i want to show everyone a clip here's a peek at the new season of "kids in the hall." take a look. >> you ready to meet the fellas ♪ ♪ we're fas we're loos we're out of control♪ ♪ we're 60 years youn and on the pole♪ [ cheers ] >> oh, my god, it is so, so sexy and there's a real sense of danger mostly for them. because they could really get hurt [ cheers ] ♪ >> here he comes, ladies look at the love and his reading glasses. >> i've been doing this since they closed the aushiwa plant. autoworkers and strippers are in the same union. so, you know, i got to keep my benefits
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♪ >> oh, my god. he still has a land line that's so hot. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: "the kids in the hall," everybody the new season comes to prime video this friday. we'll be right back with a a performance from mandy moore stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ girl you know it's been way too long ♪ ♪ i got to get back in my zone ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: performing the titled track to her album, "in real life," once again, mandy moore
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[ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ i just got a front ro seat to real lif and now i gott open up my eyes ♪ ♪ it's too late to wait until it feels right now i gotta star the long goodbye ♪ ♪ i spent every day filling every page how the world revolved around me ♪
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♪ when i saw your fac i knew right awa we'd be whoeve we wanted to be ♪ ♪ in real lif somebody loves m in real life somebody needs me ♪ ♪ i've been seeing friend of mine in real life going through the motion spinning wheels ♪ ♪ spinning their wheels everything is happenin in real time rising tide is nipping ♪ ♪ at my heels but i'm different no i'm not sure how the world don't revolve ♪ ♪ around me coming out of the dark with you in my arm we see whatever ♪
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♪ we needed to se in real life somebody loves m in real life ♪ ♪ somebody needs me in real life ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ the curtains were drawn the circus moved o once i saw who i was in your eyes ♪ ♪ now each minor ke sounds major to me and everything feels harmonized ♪ ♪ somebody loves me
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somebody needs m in real life somebody wants me ♪ ♪ in real lif in real life in real life ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: hey, come on that's how you do it right there. mandy moore, "in real life," is out this friday. [ cheers and applause my thanks to the kids in the hall mandy moore, once again. [ cheers and applause and the roots from philadelphia, pennsylvania thank you for watching stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers. goodnight, everybody
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