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[ cheers and applause ] ?? >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- jeremy renner -- michelle dockery --
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and featuring the legendary ots crew. >> questlove: 569, yeah! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ?? ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everybody! welcome! thank you very much! welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show"! [ cheers and applause ] this is it. you made it. you're here. thank you for being here. well, here's what everyone is talking about.
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if he's ready to be president. and, he responded by giving two thumbs up. [ laughter ] so it's official. a white guy is definitely back in the office. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] "hey, guys. yeah. cool stuff." [ laughter ] did you know this, too? at age 70, donald trump is the oldest president elected in u.s. history. [ audience oohs ] which means he shouldn't be surprised in four years if america dumps him for a a younger, hotter president. [ laughter ] it happens. it seems like trump's already getting to work. yesterday, he met with president obama in the oval office and said that he had great chemistry with president obama. while, obama was like, "thank god for legal weed." [ laughter and applause ] well, it seems like the one thing a lot of people are happy about this after this election is all states that legalized. all the states that legalized. not all states legalized marijuana. [ laughter ]
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massachusetts. [ cheers ] which explains why the boston red sox just became the boston flip-flops. [ laughter and applause ] "dude, check out the green monster." [ cheers and applause ] even though a lot of people are nervous about what a trump presidency might look like, a a long-time friend of trump says that trump intends to build a, quote, "wall of understanding." [ laughter ] he also said trump would put up some barbed wire of compassion and a roadblock of empathy. [ applause ] maybe just tweak the metaphors a little bit there. and, i read that trump spoke with president of south korea yesterday and pledged to keep an unwavering alliance with the country. then, he paused and said -- [ as trump ] "wait, you're the good korea, right?" [ laughter and applause ] "'gangnam style'?" [ laughter ] "oppa gangnam style?" [ laughter ] how did that go again? it's something like this, right? this right? >> steve: a horse riding. there you go. there you go. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: like that? >> steve: yeah.
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? sexy lady ? >> jimmy: i'm pretty cool. but, trump's got other problems to deal with. first, he may actually have to appear in court before he takes office because of a lawsuit against him. of course to remain impartial, the court wants a jury that doesn't know anything about trump. [ laughter ] so they're going to go with people that voted for him. >> steve: hey-oh! ho-hey! [ cheers and applause ] ?? ? oppa gangnam style ? >> jimmy: i'm doing it wrong. >> steve: what's that? >> jimmy: i was doing it wrong, right? what is it? what am i doing wrong? >> tariq: riding a horse, right? it's like -- ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i can't even do it. i can't even do it. [ as trump ] >> steve: "gangnam style wall." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the good news is that holidays are here, you guys. and, i saw that oprah even released her annual favorite things list for the holidays, and it includes a $400 dog blanket -- [ laughter ] a smart luggage set, and a a travel pillow that doubles as an organizer.
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the hell? that is so random." [ laughter and applause ] and finally, i just saw that george clooney's tequila company is the fastest-growing premium tequila maker in the country. probably because the more you drink it, the more whoever it is you're talking to looks like george clooney. [ cheers and applause ] there you go! we have a great show tonight! give it up for the roots! ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, guys! it is veterans day, and i just want to take a moment to recognize all the men and women of the armed forces who have served our country, both at home and abroad -- [ cheers and applause ] including my dad and my father-in-law. from all of us at "the tonight show," and even some of the crew here as well and some staff, from all of us
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come back again next week, you guys. on monday, we have billy bob thornton -- [ cheers and applause ] andy cohen. >> steve: what? >> jimmy: my man, andy cohen's, gonna be on, and little big town. they're all going to be here. [ applause ] then later next week, warren beatty, jude law -- [ cheers and applause ] nicole kidman -- >> steve: hey! >> jimmy: and megyn kelly will all be joining us. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: plus performances from macklemore and miranda lambert. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: whoo, that's a week. he's such a good actor, and he's such a good guy, too, yeah. from the new movie "arrival," jeremy renner is here. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love that dude. he's fun. plus, she stars in the exciting new tnt drama "good behavior," michelle dockery is stopping by. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we love her as well. to close out the show, you do not want to miss this. we have magic from the great
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[ cheers and applause ] i don't know -- i know. i'm freaking out. have you talked to him, quest, before the show? >> questlove: i avoided him on purpose. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: me too. i avoided him. i didn't talk to him at all. i don't want him to do anything to me. >> questlove: i can't trust him on that levitates himself. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i have no idea what he's doing to do tonight, but he always, always, always impresses. he's the best out there. david blaine is here tonight. i love him. [ cheers and applause ] i love him. , is on the show today, and he is the best. in fact, earlier today, he and i took advantage of the beautiful fall weather and played some catch in the park. it was a lot of fun. check it out. >> jimmy: you got any thanksgiving plans? >> yeah, same as always, take the family to red lobster. >> jimmy: i've got an idea. catch. >> let's see. with a good friend, perfect fall day. let's do this. >> jimmy: nice, here we go! ?? blue 42! blue 42! hut hut hike! [ screaming ]
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>> sorry about that. yeah, my bad, man. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. all right, yeah. >> this time, you go deep, okay? >> jimmy: all right, deal. >> are you ready? >> jimmy: yeah. >> set, hut! hut! hut! ?? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry. shaking off the rust, huh? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: all right, let's do a a hook and ladder. you run out. i'll pump fake, and then i'll hit you in the deep end, all right? >> okay. >> jimmy: all right, let's go. ready? >> come on, baby! >> jimmy: set, down, hike! >> let's go baby! ?? >> ugh! [ laughter ] >> got it! >> jimmy: all right, wanna go? here we go. ?? [ laughter and applause ] oh, boy. yeah, yeah, yeah. you all right? you feeling good? >> yeah. >> jimmy: at least try a few more, okay? ready for this? >> okay, jimmy! >> go for it, dude!
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?? [ laughter ] ?? ?? >> ugh! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you want to head out? >> yeah. >> jimmy: let's go. >> let's get out of here, man. that was fun, man. >> jimmy: that was fun. you're, like, getting around, having fun. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what? >> steve: had a boomerang ball. >> jimmy: what? man, i love football. stick around. we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show," everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
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?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. now today is friday, and that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff, you know, i check my inbox, i return some e-mails, and of course i send out thank you notes. and i was just, [ cheers and applause ] i was running a bit behind today.
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>> jimmy: i was playing football today, yes. i was running behind. >> danced to "gangnam style." >> jimmy: and i learned the "gangnam style" dance. [ light laughter ] i just thought, i don't know, can i just write out my weekly thank you notes right now? is that all right? [ cheers and applause ] you guys are the best. best in the biz. >> jimmy: james. got big plans for the weekend? [ light laughter ] can i get some thank you note writing music, please? ?? [ light laughter ] he's h >> steve: he's gonna sneeze. >> jimmy: oh, he stuffed his tie into his pocket. >> steve: it's called a pocket tie. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, pocket tie. it's a new thing. everyone's doing it. >> steve: do you know what it is? >> jimmy: he just gave up. he buttoned all the way up. and then said, screw it. [ light laughter ] i'm going to put it in my pocket. yeah. ?? thank you, disney, for announcing that you'll be release ago live action version of "snow white." it's the story of a single woman living with a bunch of men with strong personalities, so basically "the bachelorette"
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>> steve: i'm dopey. ?? >> jimmy: thank you, donald trump, for giving your victory speech at 3:00 a.m. on wednesday. it was bittersweet because 3:00 a.m. is usually when you write some of your best tweets. [ applause ] kind of missed out on that one. >> steve: yeah, got tweeted out. ?? >> jimmy: thank you, dixville notch, for sounding less like a town in ha a male strip club in the old west. [ laughter and applause ] >> oh! ?? >> gangnam style! next up. >> oh, next up. >> oh. ?? >> jimmy: thank you, mannequin challenge, or as people at the post office call it, working. [ laughter and applause ]
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>> jimmy: thank you, extra folding chair at the thanksgiving dinner table, for allowing me to be two feet lower than everyone else. [ applause ] come on. >> steve: i don't need a fork. [ light laughter ] ?? >> jimmy: thank you, how much i weigh right now, for being my new target weight, come january. [ applause ] good back then. >> jimmy: november. >> steve: oh. one notch further in the belt. >> yeah. >> jimmy: dixville notch. >> steve: dixville notch. [ unintelligible ] >> jimmy: da, i almost beat, i almost beat ya. >> steve: that's the old west stripper. sassafras. [ light laughter ] instead of cinnamon. >> jimmy: put your hands
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?? ?? "oppa gangnam style" originated in the old west? >> steve: that's where it originated in the old west. that's where psy got it from. >> jimmy: is that right? >> steve: yeah. ? if it hadn't been for cotton-eye joe ? ? i'd been married a long time ago where did you come from where did you go ? ? where did you come from cotton-eye joe ? >> one, two, three, four. ?? ? if it hadn't been for cotton-eye joe i'd been married a long time ago ? ? where did you come from where did you go where did you come from cotton-eye joe ?
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a long time ago ? ? where did you come from where did you go where did you come from cotton-eye joe ? ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he died of a cotton eye. >> steve: your chair went down. >> jimmy: this is a weird friday show, man. >> steve: it's a weird friday, man. >> jimmy: it's fun, it's fun. it's crispy. it's a crispy show. [ cheers and applause ] crispy. >> steve: crispy. ?? >> jimmy: thank you, sleeping through my alarm, for turning my commute into an action movie. ?? [ laughter ] what was that? >> steve: little lalo schifrin there. >> jimmy: what was it? >> steve: little lalo schifrin. i just do deep cuts anymore. >> jimmy: lalo schifrin, yeah. i'd been married where did you come from cotton-eye joe where did you go ? ?? ?? ?? >> jimmy: thank you, ur' it even has a cool name, stalking. that's it. [ cheers and applause ] those are my thank you notes. we'll be right back with jeremy renner, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ? if it hadn't been for cotton-eye joe i'd been married a long time ago ? ? where did you come from where did you go where did you come from cotton-eye joe ? ?? liberty mutual stood with me when i was too busy with the kids to get a repair estimate. liberty did what? yeah, with liberty mutual all i needed to do to get an estimate
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? the city's looking like a ghost town ? ? on a moonless summer night ? ? raindrops on the windshield ? ? there's a storm movin' in ? ? he's heading back from somewhere ? ? and the thunder rolls... ? ? and the thunder rolls... ?? ?? [ cheers and applause ]
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opposite amy adams in the new film "arrival" which is in theaters now. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome jeremy renner! ?? [ cheers and applause ] ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: you got the wandering collar. >> appreciate it. >> jimmy: welcome. welcome back to the show. thank you for doing that bit with us earlier. that was so ridiculous. >> that was ridiculous. >> jimmy: well, it's good. [ light laughter ] it's good. >> we're terrible. >> jimmy: it's fun to be silly. it's fun to be silly, right? i love it. did you play football growing up? >> yeah, just with friends, kind of like weekend warrior stuff. >> jimmy: yeah. >> obviously you can tell by my skill set and yours. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm awful. >> i know, we're kind of like our football teams, right? >> jimmy: yeah. who's yours?
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what a -- one and seven, right? >> jimmy: yeah, i don't know what it is. yeah, three and six? >> you're better than me. >> jimmy: it's awful. what a cute little baby. >> i know. yeah, you got to meet my little angel backstage. >> jimmy: 3 1/2? >> 3 1/2, yeah. >> jimmy: oh my god, she's so cute. she's 3 1/2. yeah. >> yeah it's awesome. >> jimmy: she's super, super cute, and you're a good dad with her. here's her playing the drums. [ audience aws ] yeah. >> yeah, i tried to put her in front of a lot of different a little ballerina outfit, her in front of drums. >> jimmy: is she into all the princess ballerina stuff? >> all sorts of stuff. she gets into like, you know -- >> jimmy: peppa pig? >> yeah, you got all the stuff. >> jimmy: paw patrol? >> yeah, all the stuff. >> jimmy: i got scenes right in my head already. >> she gets into -- try to get her in front of -- >> jimmy: i can't stand it. >> -- to stimulate her motor skills, her brain, do all this stuff. >> jimmy: questlove has his own set of -- when did you drum for kids? >> questlove: for kids. yeah, it's called pockets and that's made for 2 to 6-year-olds. >> oh, awesome. >> jimmy: you gotta get one. >> questlove: i'll give you one. >> i love it. [ laughter ]
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hey wait. i have two. i have two babies. i have two babies! >> got a 3 and a 2-year-old. >> jimmy: yeah, i have a a 3-year-old and a 2-year-old. >> questlove: we're still waiting for ours. >> jimmy: exaclty, what's the deal, man? >> jimmy: speaking of being -- being a good dad, i was really jealous of this instagram. i guess it's your twitter account. you tweeted out a picture of your lunch -- >> oh yeah. >> jimmy: that you made for her. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: you did this yourself? >> yeah, every morning, we go to school. you know, i realize that what i was taking -- >> jimmy: that's unbelievable. i remember the lunches i used to get as a kid, like the paper sack, i don't know what you got, i got a paper sack with like a bologna and like the greasy bottom. >> jimmy: of course. >> i tried to trade lunch with somebody and nobody wanted to trade with me because they would have a greasy peanut butter and jelly sandwich. >> jimmy: trade it all, no. my kids, they eat a half a cold hot dog for lunch. [ laughter ] that's what they get. and they love it. but this is amazing. >> they share it, you cut it in half. >> jimmy: is there like a sprig of mint in there? >> no, no, it's actually basil. the girl loves basil leaves. it's weird.
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>> jimmy: what is that? >> she grows those. that's -- oh, that's seaweed. look, you know, she like -- i hate it. she likes it. lll i give it to her. >> jimmy: yeah, you gotta give it to her. >> and sadly, i only have -- i don't have time every day. i do the lunch, the whole thing. i don't have time to cook for me too, so i just eat what she doesn't eat. and she likes, you know, basil and seaweed, man. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: look at how angry you are. >> like, pasta shells. at least you get hot dogs. >> jimmy: hot dogs and cereal. [ light laughter ] yeah, i go in, enjoy cereal for dinner again. there you go. [ light laughter ] that's pretty rad. i want to talk about "arrival." >> yeah. >> jimmy: congratulations on this. it came out today. unbelievable reviews. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] i'm very excited about it. >> jimmy: it's you and our pal, amy adams. amy adams was on the show last night. >> that's right. >> jimmy: we love -- and we asked her -- she said, i met jeremy years ago. of course you worked on, what was that movie -- >> "american hustle."
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that, she said she met you in the '90s doing karaoke. >> yeah, yeah, we met each other at this place called barney's beanery in los angeles. >> jimmy: of course. i love barney's beanery. >> old karaoke bar, yeah, 1 1999 or something. >> jimmy: that's where janice joplin broke a bottle of southern comfort over jim morrison's head. >> yup, yup, yup. exactly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> true, true story. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> yeah, they're famous for their chili, i guess. >> jimmy: oh, i love barney's beanery. >> yeah, it's pretty awesome. >> jimmy: did you guys just do karaoke? >> yeah, we go there just to hang out and sing and drink actors, it's the only place to go have fun and not spend money. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know what i mean? >> jimmy: what would she sing? do you remember? >> she would sing like these boots were -- i don't know. >> jimmy: "boots were made for walking?" >> yeah, yeah, that song. >> jimmy: do you remember what you sang? >> like bon jovi probably, or something back then. >> jimmy: you love bon jovi? >> yeah, yeah. i tried to grow out the hair, that whole thing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you? >> that didn't work out so well for me. >> jimmy: did you have the high hair? >> no, man, no. didn't work out for me. >> jimmy: no. [ light laughter ] but you tried it, though. >> yeah, yeah, no, yeah,
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it's a commitment to grow your hair, man. >> jimmy: oh trust me, i've got the worst hair styles. this is the best toupee i can get on amazon. [ laughter ] it's the best one. it was like 100% yak hair. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: who directed this film? >> denis villeneuve. >> jimmy: dennis villeneuve. >> villeneuve. yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: oh yeah. >> french canadian. [ laughter ] he did "sicario" and "prisoners" and a really fantastic, fantastic director. >> jimmy: and he's gotten great >> yeah, yeah. the guy's like, you know, very -- you know, he's very soft spoken, the set is very quiet when we're shooting, but there's -- you know, it's a a movie about language, and he's french canadian, so there's weird words in the -- lost in translation kind of stuff and he would be speaking to, very softly and -- i can't do his accent, but, you know, the translation of o's and u's and "we're going to take the camera" and instead of say focus, we're going to [ bleep ]us.
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we're going to [ bleep ]us on amy. jeremy, listen. we're going to [ bleep ]us on amy. lplp and take the camera and come over and come on your face. lplp >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> this is what would happen! lplp that's what i would do! that's what i would do. like, i would laugh. and he's like, you must take me seriously. you must take me seriously. >> jimmy: come on, come on. >> this is very important. i would laugh. >> jimmy: you have to focus right now. [ laughter ] i calmed mine down a little bit. >> yeah, you got to. bunch of bleeps. >> jimmy: we have to. we have to show a clip here. it's jeremy renner and amy adams in "arrival." take a look. >> come on up. >> thanks. >> nice out here, huh? >> yeah, it's a nice view.
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you approach language like a a mathematician, you know that, right? >> i will take that as a a compliment. >> yeah, well, it is. i watch you steer us around these communication traps that i didn't even know existed. i guess that's why i'm single. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: focus, focus, focus. >> focus. >> jimmy: jeremy renner, everybody. "arrival" is in theaters now. go see it. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
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the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is an emmy and golden globe nominated actress who you know from the award winning show "downton abbey." now you can see her in the new drama "good behavior," which premieres tuesday november 15th at 9:00 p.m. on tnt. everyone please welcome michelle dockery.
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[ cheers and applause ] ?? >> jimmy: hi, you look gorgeous, gorgeous. >> hi. >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. >> thank you. >> jimmy: everything going well? >> everything's good. >> jimmy: that's good. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i found out something about you that i thought was very interesting. you were in a spice girls tribute band. >> i was. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i wish there was footage of this. is there? >> somewhere. hidden in the depths of london somewhere. >> jimmy: are you posh? were you posh? >> no, i wasn't. i was sporty. [ light laughter ] [ cheers ] >> jimmy: really? >> yes. >> jimmy: see, i saw you more as a posh. >> yeah, actually, i met victoria beckham and i couldn't bring myself to tell her that i wasn't actually posh spice. [ light laughter ] we used to do for like a a school, like the school assembly. i was like 15 or something. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but we, at the time, you never had like a karaoke version of the song so you
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the song. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a horrible act, but yeah. >> and if we couldn't reach the notes, we just mimed. >> jimmy: and sporty just did a a lot of -- >> lots of kicking and i had my hair very short. >> jimmy: kicking and punching. oh, that's good. oh, i love that. >> yes. >> jimmy: well, next time you come, i'm going to make you either bring a tape or something. because i want to see that. congratulations on passing your driver's test? >> yes. that happened very, very recently. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: why now and how did -- >> well, i just never, i was quite stub t stubborn spice girl and i just didn't want to learn to drive at 16 so i just waited and waited and, you know, time went by. i got too busy. i just never got round to it so "good behavior" came around and of course letty has to do a lot of driving so i had to pass. so i passed in february, which is great. but then at the end of my test, the guy was like, really quiet, and telling me what to do and then right at the end of the test, he told me he was a
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not sure i'm meant to be on the road. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's just like a a favor. he's doing a favor. >> basically. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. that's unbelievable. are you a terrible driver? >> no, i'm fine. i'm learning. i'm fine. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm awful. >> i think i'm getting better. i'm getting better. >> jimmy: that's not a good answer. you're -- >> well, you're -- >> jimmy: you're driving on the street. it's very dangerous. >> when you're a teenager, you're much more confident. and, you know, as you get older -- >> jimmy: i don't know if i want you to be confident. [ light laughter ] when i rent a car, i go, what has the most air bags? i'm like so afraid, i want big blinkers, i'm very slow, i'm the worst driver ever. i'm seriously awful. >> good. me and you both. >> jimmy: good, yeah. all right, we're going to uber together. fantastic. >> great. >> jimmy: let's talk about "good behavior." let's talk about, this character is totally different than lady mary, obviously. >> yes. >> jimmy: basically, you're out of prison. >> yep. she's fresh out of prison. yeah, she's a thief. and she's -- she's trying to rid herself of her criminal pursuits and trying to make her
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>> jimmy: yeah. but i know she's -- >> she doesn't do very well at it. >> jimmy: daily affirmations she listens to. >> she does, she does. >> jimmy: and positive thinking, which is good. >> yes. >> jimmy: and i thought maybe it would be fun if you maybe read some affirmations and the audience could repeat you and then we'd all be in a better -- >> okay. >> jimmy: i think this would be good for all of us. [ light laughter ] >> okay. >> jimmy: yeah. >> today, i feel good. >> all: today, i feel good. >> a girl can dream. >> all: a girl can dream. >> i'm not a loser. i'm awesome. >> all: i'm not a loser. i'm awesome. >> jimmy: that's fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] that's acting. why did you look at me for the loser one? yeah. i thought it would be kind of fun if we thought of a new affirmation and just came up with it right now. this is a fresh one, using magnetic poetry. >> okay. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: and i think it would be fun. we go -- just a bunch of random words, we kind of put them in
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the next one. i'll do the next one and you do that one and i'll do that one. >> okay. >> jimmy: and we'll see what -- yeah. okay. that's good. oh. all right. okay. i don't know if i like that one there. [ light laughter ] okay. no. [ light laughter ] >> no. yeah. here we go. ready? i am bare pant puppy. [ laughter ] say it. you'll feel better. >> audience: i am bare pant puppy. >> jimmy: michelle dockery, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] two episode premier of "good behavior" airs this tuesday at 9:00 p.m. on tnt. we'll be right back with some magic from david blaine. stick around! [ cheers and applause ]
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you right now. but, welcome back to "tonight show." we are joined right now, by an amazing magician. who has done everything from burying himself alive, to encasing himself in a block of ice. he's just the best. his new special, "david blaine, beyond magic", airs tuesday at 10:00 p.m. on abc. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome david blaine. [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> jimmy: no, you get away from me. >> i'm only going to do simple nothing weird. just simple card tricks. don't worry. >> jimmy: just simple card tricks. >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay. very, very good. what are you doing, what are you doing with me and the roots tonight? what is happening? what's already happened? something already must have happened? [ laughter ] is something on me? let me know. >> simple. simple, simple. just do simple. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. oh my gosh. oh my gosh. >> just cards. >> jimmy: okay, just cards. that's it. simple stuff. >> maybe i'll try, which one of you guys plays poker a little
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>> yeah? you want to help with this? >> sure. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: come on, man. >> actually you know what? you'll oversee it to make sure i don't cheat. you can see the cards are all mixed. jimmy, in poker, there's usually about five cards. >> jimmy: uh-huh. [ laughter ] >> take like five cards, a a little group, like a poker hand. good, is that five? don't let anybody see them. just you. good. >> jimmy: uh-huh >> and jimmy, hold them up so only you can see it. like that. only you can see it. good. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and jimmy, think of, think jimmy, think of any one of those cards. >> jimmy: oh, man. >> think of any one of those cards. >> jimmy: that one's too obvious. oh, man. all right. i'm thinking of it. >> and jimmy, look at me. good. >> jimmy: oh my god. don't freak me out, man. [ laughter ] >> put the cards behind your back. and jimmy, mix them. >> jimmy: oh, my god. oh, my god. i'm freaking out, man.
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>> now, jimmy, i want you to look at the five cards again, look at all of your cards. don't let anybody see them, just you. look at all of them, just you see them. good. jimmy, i want you to focus on every other card except for your card. >> jimmy: okay. >> now, see, what's funny is when i say that, it makes him just focus on his card. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is true. okay. >> right. >> jimmy: yeah. >> jimmy, repeat after me. >> jimmy: yes. >> say, "ace, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, jack, queen, king." go ahead, right now. four, five, six, seven eight, nine, ten, jack, queen, king. >> good. "clubs, hearts, spades, diamonds." >> jimmy: clubs, hearts, spades, diamonds. >> get rid of the ten of hearts. that's not your card. you can put it here so everybody can see it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm like freaking out. >> and get rid of the obvious one that you talked about, the ace of diamonds. get rid of that one. >> jimmy: dude. this is what i'm talking about,
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>> jimmy, get rid of the four of spades. get rid of the four of spades. >> jimmy: holy moly. moly, moly, moly, moly. >> and you know what? get rid of the other four, the four of diamonds. and jimmy, you thought of a a card, give her the four of diamonds, you thought of a card before this began. show everybody the seven of hearts, your card. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i, i love you. talking about. oh, my gosh. see? you can't just do that. i don't know how you just did that. i didn't do anything. yeah, i don't know how you did that. >> should we try another one, just for the hell of it? [ cheers and applause ] come a little closer. >> jimmy: how many decks of cards do you have? >> on me, just two. >> jimmy: just on you, two. in your house? >> in my house? >> jimmy: yeah. >> like, a house full. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: house of cards, yeah.
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i put one card in a specific location. >> jimmy: yep. >> so one card goes in the specific location in the deck. fair enough? >> jimmy: all right. great trick. [ laughter ] >> name any card in the deck. name any card out loud. say it out loud. >> jimmy:nine of diamonds >> nine of diamonds? first or second, it's up to you. >> jimmy: second >> 9 of diamonds, second. i shuffled, you saw me. i placed one card in the position. i put the 9 of diamonds in the second position in the deck. jimmy, open the box. turn it over, go ahead. go ahead, turn it over. turn it over. >> jimmy: turn the box over? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. turn it and open it up. pull out the whole deck. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and you said second, right? >> jimmy: that's correct. >> so that's first. show me the second card. [ cheers and applause ]
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oh, my gosh. >> i try. let's try one more. >> jimmy: yeah. experiment, yeah. you don't know if this is going to work or not. come on. [ laughter ] checking my pockets. checking my pockets now. don't have anything in my pockets. >> can you guys, yeah. i want you to count out, i want you to count out loud for me. we're going to use ten cards. >> jimmy: my heart is beating. >> so let's count out loud. >> one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. >> ten cards, no more than ten. the number and the suit. we only care about the actual paper that makes the card. ten cards, correct? >> correct. >> yes? >> yes. >> nobody's skeptical? >> yeah, but i after -- [ laughter ] >> no, i'm saying is if you're skeptical then you do the count yourself. here, look. feel it. make sure that's one card. >> one card. >> no, no, here. and then put it upside down on the bottom like a real count. >> okay. >> that's number two, right? good, keep going out loud. all right, ready? and on the bottom, yeah.
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eight, nine, ten cards. >> ten. can you hold them against your heart for me? >> absolutely. >> yeah, good. just like that. keep your hand there. >> oh, god. [ laughter ] >> just, as i go through, and you can see they're all different. right? as i go through, i just want you to just yell stop. it doesn't matter. >> jimmy: stop. >> here? >> jimmy: yeah. >> look at the card. see what it is. what number? we only care about the number. >> jimmy: can i just tell everybody? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: three. >> it's a three. >> jimmy: three. you want three to travel from here to there, three cards will move from this to your pile. look. one card just shot through the air and landed on it. >> yo, i felt something! [ laughter ] i'm sorry, i'm sorry. >> card number two just traveled through the air, landed in the pile. hold on. one more. three cards just traveled through the air and landed on his pile. [ laughter ]
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three, four, five, six, count. there's no longer ten cards. you're gonna have 13 cards. count them out loud right here for everybody. one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. ten's the original number. put it there. >> jimmy: oh! >> 11, 12, 13. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh! >> oh, wait. you know what, take all 13. hold them against your heart for me. >> oh, god. >> can you, can you name a a number up to ten? >> three. >> three? and can you name a number up to five? >> four. >> okay. so, four, hold on. three for you, and four for you. i'm going to move three cards for you and four cards for you into his pile of 13 from back
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there's three. and there's four more. now there's 20 cards. three plus four, seven plus your 13. when you pull the pile off of your heart, you'll notice it's significantly bigger. pull it off your heart. does it feel bigger? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> theres no longer 13 cards. count out loud for everybody. >> one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten -- 18, 19, 20. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. oh, my gosh. oh, my gosh. i mean, no, no, no. there's no one like that. your special airs this tuesday, you always -- what is the craziest thing that you do in the show? >> there's a couple of crazy things.
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>> are we going to find out right now? >> no, no, no. >> jimmy: tuesday night. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> and then there is one that i worked on, which is called the human aquarium. it's like one of my favorite things. the concept is a hundred years ago, there's a guy that converted his stomach into an aquarium. [ laughter ] yeah. where he could store live creatures. and then he could bring them up at will. [ laughter ] [ laughter ] >> i mean, if, if it was possible. >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> it would, it would kind of -- [ audience groans ]
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: no! [ cheers and applause ] [ screaming ] >> no! >> oh, my god! >> jimmy: david blaine, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] that's a real frog. that is a real frog. >> well -- >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> well, guys, come over here. >> no, no, no. >> so, i'm going to put him back where he came from.
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[ screaming ] good to see you. >> jimmy: good to see you, buddy. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: david blaine, everybody! we'll be right back with more "tonight show" after the break. stick around. [ cheers and applause ]
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?? [ cheers and applause ] that was unbelievable. that dude is a truly -- he's just a magical dude. >> questlove: magic is real. >> jimmy: magic is so -- it airs tuesday night on abc. it's just -- you got to watch that guy. give it up for david blaine once again. [ cheers and applause ] oh, my god. i'm freaking out. my thanks to jeremy renner, michelle dockery as well. [ cheers and applause ] david blaine and the roots right here. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] ?? >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- nathan lane. star of "good girls revolt," actress genevieve angelson. tv critics and authors matt zoller seitz and alan sepinwall. featuring the 8g band with hannah welton. [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] so wonderful to hear. in that case let's get to the news. today was halloween and right on cue, hillary's private e-mail server came back from the dead. [ laughter ] that's right. today was halloween.


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