tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC May 22, 2015 11:34pm-12:37am EDT
and featuring the legendary roots crew >> questlove: 269, battle creek! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey! welcome. looking good. welcome, welcome, welcome everyone to "the tonight show." thank you for being here. here's what everyone's talking about. of course, it's the presidential election. and this is kind of a surprise. in a recent interview, the rapper 50 cent said that he is going to be supporting hillary clinton. yeah.
hillary would be excited, but she doesn't get out of bed for less than a million cents. [ laughter ] so, i mean. actually, hillary clinton has gotten a lot of endorsements from recording artists in addition to 50 cent. ja rule and snoop dogg said they are supporting hillary. not to be outdone, all the gop candidates are now touring as the who tang clan. [ laughter ] i know those guys. i know the first five guys. and i saw that this week, hillary clinton joined the networking site linkedin. [ light laughter ] and you thought she was deleting a lot of emails before. [ laughter ] i mean, get ready. get ready. 'cause this is -- oh my gosh. that's right, hillary clinton joined linkedin. or as linkedin executives put it, "hey, look, we got one!" [ laughter ] jordan, get in here! what do we do? no, seriously, what do we do? what does linkedin do? [ laughter ] and now even newt gingrich is weighing in on the race for president. in an interview this week, newt gingrich called president obama "dangerous" and "incompetent" and suggested
that hillary clinton would be even worse. unfortunately, the only ones who heard him were the goats at the petting zoo where he works. [ laughter ] but still, they agreed with him. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: i saw that sarah palin went on facebook to announce that her daughter bristol's wedding has been called off. though she said the two families will still get together on the wedding day to "celebrate life." [ light laughter ] in other words, the caterers already been paid for. [ laughter ] so i mean you got to do -- you've got to show up and do something. some big tech news here. i read that apple is developing a service called homekit, that will allow people to operate gadgets like garage openers and thermostats through one app. yeah. in related news, please don't tell my parents about this. [ laughter ] i can't. i can't be explaining every week. [ laughter ] no, dad -- dad. huh, what? i pressed that. yeah, i know you pressed it, dad. it's 105 degrees in here, jim. [ laughter ] i know, yeah, dad. i can't tell you what you did wrong.
[ laughter ] playboy has a new app that will offer "safe" content that's different from what's offered in the magazine. it's already broken a record -- least downloaded app of all time. [ laughter and applause ] i read it for the articles. you guys, it's the friday before a long weekend, which typically means it's the perfect time to do what's called a "news dump." now, that's when a government or a company releases some news late friday in hopes that it's forgotten by the following week. it's a great way to sweep things under the rug. so i thought it'd be fun if we did our own personal news dump right here on "the tonight show." tariq, do you have some news you wanna dump? >> tariq: i'd love to dump, jimmy. [ laughter ] my news is that i expensed a a steak dinner that i said was for work when it really wasn't. >> jimmy: all right. well, that'll be forgotten by next week. kamal, you want to dump some news? >> kamal: jimmy, man, i've been needin' a dump all day! [ light laughter ]
my news is that i deleted a few emails between me and hillary that might have incriminated both of us in the deflategate scandal. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, i'm glad you came clean, but people probably won't remember this after the long weekend. how about you, james? >> james: my news is that for the past nine years, i've been secretly living at the american girl doll store. [ laughter ] i sneak in after closing time, put on my jam jams, then host tea parties with all the dolls. [ laughter ] except felicity. then i go to sleep in a life size doll house that's as sweet as gingerbread. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: james, i don't think people are going to forget about that by next week. [ laughter ] >> james: i don't want them to forget. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: who combs a doll's hair like that? what is he doing? psycho. what's wrong with him?
oh, my god. oh, my god! >> steve: oh my gosh. >> jimmy: hey, guys, i saw that gatorade chose michael jordan to narrate its newest commercial called, "we love sweat." yeah, "we love sweat." then 7-eleven said, "great, now we've gotta get a new slogan for our hot dogs." [ laughter ] when you thought you were going to enjoy the weekend. i don't know if you guys have heard about this new game show over on abc, it's called "500 questions." anyone see this? i love game shows. now, they advertised it as a a game show where a contestant wins by answering 500 questions without ever missing three in a a row. not complicated. that's simple enough, right? straight forward? >> the moment you get three wrong in a row, you are gone. there are 10 possible answers. we need you to give five of them in 15 seconds. you have to get rid of that wrong and avoid a second wrong. you have to get him a second wrong in the next question. you are up to $10,000.
but none of it is yours. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: make that 501 questions. what is this show about? [ english accent ] you have to stand while sitting down. [ laughter ] what? the impossible show. i don't know what this show is. no one is going to win a a million dollars. i don't know what this is. finally, i saw that ben & jerry's co-founder, jerry greenfield, has come out in support of bernie sanders for president. and even said he'd love to scoop ice cream for him during his campaign. yeah. actually, he's not the only candidate that ben & jerry are going after. they've released a whole line of new flavors named after the candidates, and they're pretty interesting. here's a few. first, there's a flavor based on donald trump called "cocky road." [ laughter ] next up, there's a flavor based on martin o'malley called, "vanilla. just vanilla." [ laughter ] and finally, there's a flavor based on chris christie called "i ate it already."
[ laughter and applause ] it's an empty container. we have a great show, give it up for the roots, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey! thank you very much. happy friday, everybody. so i have two little babies. you know, i have a almost a a two-year-old and i have a a six-month-old. and one of the things i always think about is i want their first word to be "dada." secretly, though. i can't say that to my wife. but yeah, that's what i -- so i would call everything "dada." [ laughter ] like if i was giving her a a bottle, i would go, "you want dada?" [ laughter ] i don't care if the kid's stupid, i want her to say "dada." [ light laughter ] >> steve: then you win.
then you win. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. anyways, so i tried everything with dada. and then finally she said her first word and it was "mama." [ light laughter ] but i go, there should be a a book out -- because i always read books to the kids, and there's great books out. but you read the same ones all the time. so, anyways, i wrote a book and you can tell that i wrote it, because there is one word in the book. it's "your baby's first word will be 'dada'." [ light laughter ] and it's got fun little cartoon animals in there. and that's all it is. it's just different dadas trying -- no. not there. no. trust me, there are animals in here. see, there's a big -- he wants the baby to say "dada." and then the baby says, "bzzz." he doesn't say it. >> steve: he can't speak because it's his bee. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: stop, stop, not the point of the book. >> steve: oh, it's a book. >> jimmy: child like. it's for a baby. >> steve: it's for babies. babies can't read. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not the point, either. i'm not teaching the baby --
eventually they'll be able to read "dada" because you point at "dada." >> steve: oh, okay. >> jimmy: but they think that animals talk. >> steve: yeah, sure. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: then at the end all the dadas are there and they want all the babies to say it and they say it together one more time and everyone says "dada." >> steve: aw. [ audience aws ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: except for the duck. [ applause ] the duck says quack. anyways. the duck doesn't get it. he's a duck. >> steve: what's that? >> jimmy: the duck doesn't get it. you missed the end. >> steve: what was the end? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you have to read the book. >> steve: the duck? >> jimmy: anyway, i'm very proud of it. it comes out june 9th. it's good. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guys, we have a a fantastic show tonight. this guy's the best. he is, of course, a rock 'n' roll legend. he's now a tony award nominee, congrats to him, for his musical "the last ship." sting is here, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ]
>> steve: oh! >> jimmy: we're going to talk about his play. maybe ask him to sing a song if he will. if he is watching right now, sting, maybe do a little song. [ cheers and applause ] and maybe if we can convince him, maybe a spin on a classic sting song. [ audience oohs ] he's in the building, right? what's he doing, right? just kind of waiting to come out and sing, right? >> steve: exactly. he only came here for this. >> jimmy: exactly, yeah. we love that guy. also, from the new movie "entourage," kevin connolly is dropping in. [ cheers and applause ] they did the movie. and we love it when he stops by. our resident science exert, kevin delaney is back. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's going to teach us some stuff about science. and he's got some really cool experiments. there's going to be explosions and things. and he's just cool and evertime he comes it's something fun. i'm very excited about that. uh, guys, today's friday, and that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff. you know, check my inbox, return some emails, and of course, i send out "thank you"
notes. [ cheers and applause ] i was running a bit behind today, so i thought, if you guys wouldn't mind, could i write out my weekly "thank you" notes right now? is that cool? do you guys mind? [ cheers and applause ] james, can i get some "thank you" note writing music, please? ♪ [ laughter ] >> steve: casual friday. >> jimmy: got some secrets here. ♪ thank you, hillary clinton, for getting endorsed for president by several rappers, which explains your new nickname, "ghostface hillah." [ light laughter ] ♪ thank you, the cannes film festival, for reportedly turning away women who weren't wearing heels. man, they must really love telling people what they cannes and cannes not do. [ laughter ] >> steve: you canne. >> jimmy: you canne't! >> steve: i canne! >> jimmy: all right, welcome.
come on in. [ light laughter ] ♪ thank you, the nfl, for planning stricter security measures to the way balls are handled, which explains your new name -- tsa. there you go. [ laughter ] can i board my flight now? >> steve: oh, hey! oh! [ applause ] everything's deflated. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, senator lindsey graham, for looking less like a presidential candidate and more like a a ventriloquist dummy that came to life. [ laughter and applause ] i want to be your friend. >> steve: vote for me. vote for me. >> jimmy: one more. that was a little harsh. ♪ thank you, activia, for not being called go-gurt. [ laughter ] could be called that.
>> steve: could. thank you. that was very nice of them. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, charcoal briquettes, for being the devil's ravioli. [ light laughter ] >> steve: the devil's -- wait, what? >> jimmy: that's the weirdest joke we have ever written on this show. [ laughter ] >> steve: the devil's ravioli? >> jimmy: i kind of get it. >> steve: they're not filled with anything. >> jimmy: i know, but that's the -- >> steve: i guess they're hot? >> jimmy: but they get really hot and they look like raviolis. >> steve: they're the devil's gnocchi, maybe. >> jimmy: it's friday, have a a good time, dude. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, you're right. i'm harshing your mellow. >> jimmy: get off my back, dude. what are you doing? >> steve: i'm harshing your mellow. i don't want to do that. it's friday, man. >> jimmy: you're harshing my mellow. doesn't that calm me down a a bit? >> steve: yeah it'll calm you down. cool it man, it's all cool. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, people who say the phrase "walk a mile in my shoes," for assuming i would ever walk an entire mile in my
own shoes. [ light laughter ] that's a long way to walk. >> steve: i get tired after driving a mile. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, new hoodies designed to let you carry small animals in the front pocket. or as kangaroos put it, "first!" [ laughter ] there you guys go. those are my "thank you" notes! we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show"! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ that's some gorgeous dirt. >>yeah. it's nature's care. what happens when it rains? >>it gets wet. and then what happens? >>it gets even better. nature's care organic garden soil. that's some good dirt.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: ladies and gentlmen, for the first time ever combining the harmony of barbershop quartet with the music of "sting", please welcome, the ragtime gals! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you don't have to put on that red red light roxanne roxanne you don't have to put on ♪ ♪ the red light those days are over you don't have to sell your body to the night ♪ ♪ roxanne roxanne
you don't have to wear that dress tonight ♪ ♪ walk the streets for money you don't care if it's wrong or if it's right ♪ ♪ roxanne put on the red light put on the red light ♪ ♪ don't put on the red light don't put on that red red light ♪ ♪ i loved you since i knew ya roxanne i wouldn't talk down to ya roxanne ♪ ♪ i have to tell you just how i feel i won't share you with another boy ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ i know my mind is made up roxanne roxanne so put away your makeup roxanne roxanne ♪ ♪ i'll tell you once i won't tell you again it's a bad it's a bad bad way ♪ ♪ roxanne put on the red light roxanne put on the red light ♪ ♪ put on the red light
i need ya roxanne don't put on that red red light ♪ ♪ don't put on that red red light don't put on that red red light ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we'll be right back with more "tonight show," everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ looks like that gun boat is aiming right at us. don't be ridiculous. destroying this sniper tower would provide no strategic advantage. i stand corrected, johnson, it is super fun to blow something up that provides no strategic advantage. alright, let's head home, boys. boom beach. come with a plan or leave in defeat.
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hall of fame. he's written some of the greatest songs of all time on the way to winning 16 grammy awards. wow. this year he's also nominated for a tony award for best original score for his broadway musical "the last ship." please welcome one of the best to ever do it, here is sting, ladies and gentlemen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sting. can you not -- >> i used to be in that band, you know?
>> jimmy: you were not in the roots. >> i was in the roots. was i in the roots? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they're going to agree with you. you can't help yourself when you hear a good groove. you have to just -- >> you have to move. >> jimmy: yeah, you have to move. yeah. thank you for doing that barbershop quartet. how weird was that for you? >> it was pretty psychedelic, i have to tell you. [ laughter ] i've sang that song my whole life, and having to alter the way i sing it for the show was really messing with my mind. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's a mind bender, yeah. i gotta say, this is one -- this is what really made me laugh. earlier today we were rehearsing, and it took us days to rehearse. took you 20 minutes.
[ laughter ] but, well, you're sting. but you come in and you're going to make the entrance and we're rehearsing and you go, "sorry, what's the first line?" [ laughter ] it's rox -- "roxanne." [ laughter ] yeah. the first line of the song, what do you mean? >> i was nervous. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. if we do it again -- if you would do it again, what -- do we have a song? >> i think we should do -- "de do do do de da da da." >> jimmy: that's the one we should do. that'll get the best harmony. hey, i've been drinking your wine. you have your own wine. >> i have my own wine. >> jimmy: this is now -- how do you pronounce this guy? >> it's italian. casino della vie. >> jimmy: della vie. now this is -- we've been drinking it. i was -- for research, of course, because you were coming on. [ laughter ] i figured, maybe like two italian gentlemen, we should have a little wine as we do the interview. >> let's do it. >> jimmy: yeah. perfect. [ laughter ] >> well, i do have to sing in a a minute so -- >> jimmy: that's true. you can have a sip. no, please. i brou [ but this is a real deal for you. this is serious stuff. >> we have had a vineyard for 20 years, and it's really a a very, very good wine. >> jimmy: this one -- how do i know? i just know red wine and white wine. [ laughter ] i'm happy it's not in a box.
let's be honest. [ laughter ] you're dealing with a different class of human right now. >> it's a super tuscan. >> jimmy: super tuscan. oh, it's gorgeous. [ light laughter ] [ slurring ] you're my best friend. [ laughter ] [ slurring ] did i ever tell you that before? you're my best friend. [ laughter ] but this is one of the many -- you have a bunch of different wines. >> we do. we have a new one coming out called "message in a bottle." [ audience ohs ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: come on! that's a no brainer! i'm so mad. ♪ so mad i didn't think about that. oh, my gosh. >> and we have a very posh wine called "sister moon." >> jimmy: sister moon. >> it's a very high end wine. we only give it to posh people. >> jimmy: well maybe you can -- thank you for not bringing it tonight. [ laughter ] instead of this swill. [ laughter ] hey, you know what you should call it? you should have one called "the last sip." >> the last sip! [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, there you go. yeah. there you go, and tie it all in, yeah. congrats, by the way. cheers to your tony nomination. >> thank you. i am over the moon. >> jimmy: i mean, how exciting is that? [ cheers and applause ]
you were nice enough to come on our show and perform. i'm so happy you got nominated. what a beautiful, beautiful play, beautiful score. and i don't know if anyone understands how much work goes into making a broadway musical, but it's years. >> it was five years of solid work. but the most wonderful adventure of my life. really. very collaborative, very nourishing. >> jimmy: yeah. would you do it again? >> in a new york heartbeat. >> jimmy: really? >> i loved it. >> jimmy: do you have an idea for one? >> no. [ laughter ] do you have one? >> jimmy: uh, yeah. i mean, i -- do you need someone who can say lines but also someone who can -- ♪ sing as well maybe a talk show host who's already in new york ♪ ♪ new york, new york it's a busy place ♪ [ laughter ] >> it could be your life story. >> jimmy: i can't write a a broadway musical. it's hard, man. [ laughter ] oh, you should do "message in a a bottle." i've got to be the 15,000th person that would suggest that to you. >> yeah.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, well, that's good. but that would be a nice, romantic story. a girl finds a message in a a bottle, wants to find the guy. it's her true love. -- no. >> no, no, sorry. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. well, if you -- seriously, i'm open for parts if you have any ideas. [ laughter ] >> i'm sure. >> jimmy: i'm sure? [ laughter ] well i wanted to know if you wouldn't mind giving us a treat and just maybe playing one of the songs from the -- >> from the score? i'm love to do that. >> jimmy: i have a guitar for you. a beautiful guitar. >> ah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what is that guitar? what is -- >> this guitar is about 100 years old. it's a martin guitar. a parlor guitar. >> jimmy: ooh. ♪ >> want me to start? >> jimmy: i mean, yeah. first of all, you don't have to give me gifts when you come on the show. thank you, though. i do play guitar. it's so weird but i'd hate to -- thank you so much. [ laughter ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a talented actor who stars in the highly anticipated new movie "entourage," which will be in theaters june 3rd. please welcome, kevin connolly! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fantastic. kevin connolly. it's always great to see you. thank you for coming on the show. >> thanks for having me. my fifth time on a show with you, and now you're on "the tonight show." so congratulations. >> jimmy: oh, i appreciate it. [ cheers and applause ]
thank you, buddy. we have known each other a a while. >> we have. >> jimmy: do you remember the first time we met? >> yeah, we got set up on a -- on a -- like a blind date, basically, right? kind of -- >> jimmy: like a friend date. yeah. [ laughter ] kind of, yeah. >> yeah, it was, a little bit. yeah. nancy, jimmy's wife, put me in "he's just not that into you," and you were in -- we were both in baltimore, and i wasn't working that day, and she said, "you should go out and hang out with my husband jimmy." and jimmy and i met in the lobby and we had this like -- "how you doin', man?" >> jimmy: "hey, pretty good. how you doing?" [ laughter ] "what are we doing?" >> "you wanna go to the aquarium?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we went to the aquarium and the museum. >> we went to the museum. we went to see an imax movie. >> jimmy: we saw an imax movie. and i'll never forget this. there's two things i remember from that. first of all -- it was such a great date, by the way. >> it was a great date. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we had fun -- >> it extended on into the night hours. >> jimmy: yeah. we would text her, and be like, "this is going great!" [ laughter ] >> "i love this guy." >> jimmy: "we're really hitting it off!" but you -- i think you are a a magnet for trouble sometimes. and you don't mean it, 'cause
you are the nicest guy in the world. but like -- >> i know this story. the popcorn lady. >> jimmy: old lady. this nice old lady. >> she wasn't that old. i mean -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: she was old enough where i wouldn't bother her. [ laughter ] so he goes up -- we're going to get popcorn and soda because we're on a date. we're going to see a movie. it was an imax movie about -- >> both: everest. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] i'm glad you remembered. >> you remembered. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i tell you why i remember. so we go up to the thing and go, "i'll have a coke and a a popcorn. kevin, what do you want?" and you go -- you go to this nice lady and you go, "do you have any fountain sodas?" and she goes, "do we look like we have any fountain sodas?" [ laughter ] and he goes, "i don't know, you're the one who works here. i'm just asking." she goes, "well, what does it
look like? look around." >> i just don't think it's that ridiculous a question. >> jimmy: so then -- you guys start to debate, getting in an argument with this old lady. i had to break you up. >> jimmy had to step in. "kevin, take a regular diet coke and let's go watch the movie." >> jimmy: "get out of here." >> how would i know if you had fountain sodas? i don't know, man. >> i mean, fountain sodas and popcorn -- i mean, i don't think it was that ridiculous. >> jimmy: i've never heard of anyone ever asking, "do you have any fountain sodas?" >> fountain sodas are way better. whatever. so we go in to see -- >> jimmy: remember the thing -- we go into -- >> are you gonna tell the -- amazing. >> jimmy: we're watching -- it's a giant imax movie, right? it's about -- >> 3d, right? >> jimmy: 3d. so yes, giant. >> we're like this. we're like, pinned up against these giant mountains. >> jimmy: and they go to interview the guy in the thing, and he's got this -- cold sore on his lip. [ laughter ] >> it was like 25 feet high. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's in imax! >> in 3d.
we were both like, "oh, my god!" [ laughter ] i was looking at you. >> jimmy: how bummed would this guy be? like, "can't we film this next week?" [ laughter ] >> i mean -- >> jimmy: why do they have to film my movie -- it's an 80-foot cold sore. why would they -- >> i said, "this guy is the star of the movie! he should have demanded that they push that to the end of the schedule." >> jimmy: oh, so good. >> until it clears up. and it was -- in 3d it was just, i mean, jarring. it was literally -- >> jimmy: oh, my god. but anyway that was -- that was fun. well thank you. and look at you now. "entourage" movie is happening. >> it's happening. thanks to you, kind of. >> jimmy: it's -- you th >> w the last time i was here, jimmy had some pretty hard questions. you did. the hard-hitting interview. >> jimmy: you know me. i'm diane sawyer, man. >> you did, you pulled a a diane sawyer but you jump-started it. you kind of jump- conversation. you got it going. >> a little bit. [ laughter ] you started -- >> jimmy: take it bac you said i basically mad [ laughter ] i'll take that. i mean, yeah. >> you >> jimmy: i did. absolutely. >> thank you. >> jimmy: gosh, it's a fun movie. even if you've never seen the show "entourage" you'll love it's basically like a movie star and his out with a movie star.
and this guy wants to direct a a movie. >> he wants to direct. >> jimmy: and he goes over budget. but god, those cameos are unbelievably great. >> 40-something cameos we have in >> jimmy: liam neeson's hilarious. >> amazing. >> jimmy: tom brady. >> russe >> jimmy: russell wilson, b super funny. >> yeah, he's a good guy, too. he's the best. >> jimmy thing. you got in trouble kind of w him too. >> i didn't get in trouble. i broke my leg. >> jimmy: you broke your l like -- you don't mean to do things. >> i did not mean to break my leg. >> jimmy: how did you break your leg he threw me a pass, actually, which was fun. and maybe -- i have been accused of , "oh, kevin wa russell wilson." i guess i was. not intentionally. at the time i wasn't. but i tried to score a a touchdown and of course all the guys wer from scoring a touchdown. so somebody landed on my you just -- l you can break a chopstick. [ audience oohs ] like honestly, i know it sounds crazy, but that's the noise it made. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. and i know i w i'm like, "all right, wal off and i kind of try to jump up and kin where i can and cry for a few hours. [ laughter ] and then, yeah, i worked for a a few days, cause i was embarrassed. like, "okay, we he's in troubl no fountain soda for kevin. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you did actually -- but here is a picture of you and russell. this is you after you found out you had a i can't believe you broke your leg. >> i was the only one that knew my leg was broken.
nobody believed me. they're like, "oh, it's sprained!" i'm like, "i don't know, man. i'm pretty sure i heard it snap -- [ laughter ] --in multiple places." >> jimmy: but then how long till -- then you can't do the scenes? >> no, i did. i did the scenes. i just kind sunglasses and -- >> jimmy: dude, you're like denir you're like "raging working with a broken leg? >> yeah, something like that. >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. yeah. >> well thank you very much. >> jimmy: well, you're everyone's really funny in the glimpse of all the hollywood studios. and it's fun if you ever want to go -- >> a behind the scenes look at hollywood. it really is. >> jimmy: it really is. and gosh, it's fun and i loved it. and this is a big, giant leap from what you used to d is commercials as a lit child. and we have a clip of one of them. >> oh, boy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: here's -- you guys rememeber "yars' revenge" on atari? anyway. here's kevin connolly in a a "yars' revenge" commercial. ♪ ♪ but watch out for yar he knows where you are yar's revenge ♪ ♪ have you played atari today ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i mean. >> i had to turn my head on that. >> jimmy: always burn you. i want to show a clip of the
film "entourage." it's super funny. oh, gosh, you know who's in it? kevin dillon, i gotta say. >> great guy. >> jimmy: destroys in this movie. >> great guy. he's unbelievable. >> jimmy: we have a clip. here is kevin connolly in "entourage." take a look at this. >> you're upset. >> upset? >> he means angry. >> this is the third time that you've come to me for more money. >> all right, look -- >> i was talking to vince, eric. see, i know they didn't teach you about budgets in spaghetti and meatballs class. vinnie has been on sets before, so i expected more from him. >> i told you he was gonna yell at me. >> yeah, but he's yelling about me. >> what did you spend the money on anyway? i mean, i know it wasn't on turtle and craft services. >> you like the new svelte frame, huh? >> you look like karen carpenter. what did i tell you when i gave you $100 million dollars? >> what did we tell you? >> you agreed to not to go over. >> we told you it wasn't enough. >> but you agreed to not go over. >> because you said i couldn't direct unless we agreed. >> it's like when a girl asks if you want to bang her hot sister. of course you say no. neither of you really believes you mean it, though. [ laughter ] >> what is he doing here? [ cheers and applause ]
little rock, arkansas, and he's here to teach us about science. please welcome science expert, kevin delaney, ladies and gentlemen! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, my friend. what are we learning about tonight? >> we're gonna learn about pressure. we're gonna crush some stuff, explode some stuff, but first i wanna show you something. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> so, uh -- seth and viette are two college students from george mason university. they're here tonight. >> jimmy: okay. >> and they brought an invention that i wanted to show you. it's really, really cool. >> jimmy: cool. [ cheers and applause ] >> here, you go ahead and take that part. >> jimmy: okay, where do i hold it? >> and -- >> jimmy: am i doing it right? >> you just kind of hold it -- no, you can hold it, the back by the magnet. there, on the -- on the back end of it. right here. right here, right here. >> jimmy: okay. >> so, this is kind of a -- it's kind of a ghostbustery sort of thing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: kinda weird. >> it's a little weird. it's called the wave extinguisher. >> jimmy: the wave extinguisher. >> so, what this is gonna do is put out fire using sound waves. so, hang on. let me light some fire really quickly.
uh -- so, i have a little bit of ethyl alcohol here. >> jimmy: okay. >> who was a friend of my grandmothers. >> jimmy: oh, i love ethyl. [ light laughter ] >> she was very nice. >> jimmy: how -- how's she doing? >> don't play cards with her. she's rough. so, my lighter's -- i'm havin' a little trouble with it. there it is. >> jimmy: jeez. >> okay, good. so, now this is what we're gonna do. i'm gonna turn it on and all you need to do is kind of point it in the direction of the flame. and what it does is, sound travels in waves and moves in a a wave. >> jimmy: uh-huh. so, those low pressure points are gonna end up kind of pushing the heat away. >> jimmy: okay. >> and kind of vibrating th oxygen away. kind of >> jimmy: and th invented this? >> these two kids invented this. they just graduated f college. >> jimmy: hey, congratulations >> congratulations. i know. >> jimmy: all right, h >> okay, you re >> jimmy: yeah. >> all right, i'm gonna turn it on. and then -- >> jimmy: am i gonna get shocked or something? >> yeah, point it at the fire -- at the flame. alright, kind of point it right over the flame start -- bring it this way. bring it this way. you gotta point it at -- >> jimmy: stop yelling at me! > there you go. okay, so, and -- and it's out. >> jimmy: wow. >> it's out. [ cheer so -- >> jimmy: that's amazing. >> this is the first then next time, you know, we're gonna yell at flames t them fro >> jimmy: yeah, okay.
>> okay, so, come on over this way. >> jimmy: ah-ha. >> 'cause the next thing we're gonna do we're g something. >> jimmy: yes. >> using atmospheric pressure. so, the air pressure that's in the room right now, around where we are, is about 14.7 pounds per square inch. >> jimmy: i was gonna say that. >> so, yeah, i know. [ laughter ] yeah, yeah. so, how -- let me grab my wrench. >> jimmy: yeah, no problem. >> yeah. 'cause i need to close the bung-hole. [ laughter ] what? it's a -- yeah. this is a bung-hole. >> jimmy: that's the scientific term there? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i need to close the bung-hole. >> yes, yes. [ laughter ] but not yet. not yet. you don't close the bung right we got -- we go boiling in here. so, what's that doing is filling with water vaporand we can kind of see it comin' out here. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, it's pushing all the air out. >> jimmy: is it steam? >> yeah, it's steam, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, water vapor. >> so, i'm gonna -- i'm gonna kind of close the bung-hole here. as best i can. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: there's gotta be another name for it. >> there isn't. there isn't. this is -- they've been calling it a bung-hole for years, jimmy. they're not gonna change it now. >> jimmy: i don't think so, but it's o >> just because you and i don't think --
>> jimmy disagree w >> all right, so i'm gonna get that nice -- hang on a sec. i gotta get nice and tight. nice and tight. there we go. >> jimmy: that's an awesome bung-hole rinse you >> okay. [ laughter ] so now, hey, guys, can you move this over there into that tub full of ice? >> jimmy: so, you're gonna put that hot thing -- >> yeah. so, what we're gonna do is we're gonna cool it down really rapidly. so, now there's no air in there. so, all those molecules are gonna condense really quickly when we chill it down. >> jimmy: okay. so, grab a bucket. it's really heavy. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and we're gonna pour some water -- kind of slowly pour it over here. just over the top. and it works. it works. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you have to warn me! what is wrong with you? >> i did warn you. you're wearing goggles. >> jimmy: that is frightening. you just told me the bung-hole was heavy! >> oh, well i told you about -- >> jimmy: you didn't say it was gonna explode! >> well, i said it was gonna crush. >> jimmy: well, that's not crush! that scared me. >> so, all pressure was enough to our drum. >> so, c bring this in guys. >> jimmy: you just almo crushed my lungs with that. >> oh, you're gonna be fine. here, put on -- put o face shield, jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what is this? >> it's a face shield, jimmy. >> jimmy: all right. >> put on your gloves too.
you want to put on your gloves. >> jimmy: all right and a face shield. >> yes. >> jimmy: okay. so, we've liquid okay? so, nitrogen makes up about 78% of the air that's around us. >> jimmy: okay. >> so, but liquid nitrogen boils at 321 degrees below 0 fahrenheit, or minus 200 degrees celsius. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. >> so it's really cold. >> jimmy: let's state the obvious. >> okay. >> jimmy: yeah, we know that. [ laughter ] >> so, i'm gonna put my helmet on and, so, this is what you to do. >> jimmy: ye >> and this funnel. >> and just kind the sides. i'm gonna put my gloves on and we're going to pour nitr into it. >> jimmy: okay. >> okay. just kind of hold there by >> jimmy: hold tight hole thing. thank you, kevin. >> yeah, i know. you're >> jimmy: yeah. like that? >> oh yeah, that's pretty good. >> jimmy: i don't ev i can ho >> that's pretty good. my helmet's a second. there it goes. >> jimmy: there it goes. okay. >> that's okay. >> jimmy: now, this looks dangerous. you're pouring too >> no, no. jimmy, jimmy, jimmy, n we're good we're good. tell me when that -- tell me when the liquid nitrogen -- >> jimm is the liquid nitrogen on me, kevin? what happened? [ laughter ] >> no, it's not on you. >> jimmy: like oh my god! we've got enough! we've got enough. >> it's on your gloves. we're good. okay. so, now -- so, now you can take the funnel out. >> jimmy: yeah.
>> and i'm gonna put my helmet back on 'cause i don't want my face to freeze off. >> jimmy: yeah. >> okay. so, now -- >> jimmy: there you go. so, you have that. that's now in the thing. >> now you can go -- just stand behind the counter there. >> jimmy: okay. [ ligh >> because i'm gonna -- i'm and so, we're gonna contain this pressure. we're gonna contain a vapor. it's gonna continue to expand, it's gonna pus walls and we're gonna cap it and then we're gonna put in that t ping balls -- ping-po on top of it. okay? so, here we go. >> jimmy: all right, wait. so, you're gonna put >> cover your ears! [ laughter ] everyone cover your ears. >> jimmy: all right, so w so this is in there now. it's just liquid nitrogen in a a bottle of soda >> yeah. >> jimmy: but it's an empty bottle. >> well, we put cap on -- >> jimmy: contained -- >> so, in just a couple of seconds -- >> jimmy: y [ explosion ] [ screams and applause ] >> less than a couple of seconds, i guess. [ cheers and >> jimmy: all right. >> >> jimmy: you have -- you, sir, have to leave >> i said cover your ears. >> jimmy: get out and get your bung-hole rinse with you as well. >> al lright, all right, all right. >> jimmy: this is the g talking about. can we see a replay of there? that in slow motion. [ cheers and applause ] that's really good. that's crazy. >> there we go. >> jimmy: hey, you are a a gentleman. thank you so much for always
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to sting, kevin connolly, kevin delaney, seth robertson and viet tran! and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen! stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great weekend. hope to see you next week. bye-bye, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪