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would use the white house account or his campaign account. but as of today, he's got his own personal handle -- potus. short for president of the united states. his first tweet, hello twitter, it's barack. really? six years in and they're finally giving me my own account. former president bill clinton tweeted back, welcome to twitter. one question, does that user name stay with the office? #asking for a friend or asking for a wife. >> very funny. they've got the pope and the president. >> they do. everyone's on. and right now, president obama has 1.58 million followers in one day. >> that's a lot. >> have a great tuesday. thanks for joining us. >> we'll see you tomorrow, bye-bye. ♪ >> 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
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guests -- hugh jackman. nick offerman. musical guest janelle monae. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 265 malawi! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! hey! hi! hi, there. hey! welcome, everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome, looking good. welcome to "the tonight show." this is it! [ cheers and applause ] you're here!
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thank you very much. my name is jimmy fallon and i'm the only person in entertainment not featured in taylor swift's new video. [ laughter ] that's right, last night at the billboard music awards, taylor swift premiered her new video for "bad blood," which featured ton of stars with various nicknames. did you see it? take a look if you haven't. ♪ 'cause baby now we've got bad blood you know it used to be mad love ♪ ♪ but take a look at what you've done 'cause baby now we got bad blood hey ♪ >> jimmy: yeah. well, the video is blowing up online. and actually it's inspired republicans to come up with their own video in an effort to reach out to younger voters. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: i don't know if it worked. take a look. ♪ 'cause baby now we've got bad blood you know it used to be mad love ♪ ♪ but take a look at what you've done 'cause baby now we got
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bad blood ♪ >> jimmy: yeah. goldilocks. [ cheers and applause ] i don't know. it's a good song either way. i saw that this weekend, many potential candidates for the gop presidential nomination attended a fundraising dinner in iowa. and you can tell the republican field is getting a little too big because half of them had to sit in illinois. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: yeah. that's right, republican presidential candidates attended a dinner in iowa with 1,400 guests. i don't want to say republican voters are getting old, but half of those guests were baseball players who walked out of a nearby cornfield. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] if you caucus, they will come. [ laughter ] actually, i saw that george w. bush gave the commencement speech at southern methodist university on saturday. and he told graduates that other than being president, college was the best eight years of his life. [ laughter ] george w. bush, he actually gave this commencement speech to southern methodist
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university this weekend, it was pretty inspirational. listen to this. >> those of you who are graduating this afternoon with high honors, awards and distinctions i say well done. and as i like to tell the "c" students, you, too, can be president. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: you got to give it up. that's good. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: you know it's bad when even george w. bush has george w. bush comedy material in his act. well in a recent interview harry reid said that hillary clinton has "a clear field" to the 2016 democratic nomination because there are no "all-stars" to challenge her. on the other hand -- ♪ hey now, you're an all star get your game on go play ♪ >> jimmy: yeah. you're an all-star to us, joe! we love you buddy. [ applause ] check this out, guys.
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the lego land hotel opened in orlando, florida last week. it features over two million lego bricks. it's pretty cool. in fact people who stayed there are already leaving yelp reviews. i was checking them out. here's what some of them said. first review said, "i woke up with excruciating neck pain because my pillow is literally made out of hard plastic nubs. who thought this was a good idea?" >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: the next review said, "i tried to do a cannon ball into the hotel swimming pool and broke both of my legs." [ laughter ] not real water. >> steve: there's not water in the pool, it's legos. >> jimmy: then the next review says, "wanted to get a massage in the hotel spa, but the masseuse had those weird lego hands shaped like the letter 'c.' no thanks." you know that'll do. >> steve: wow. [ applause ] >> jimmy: and finally, this last review says, "i just stayed at the duplo hotel down the street. it's much bigger and easier to get into." that makes sense. smart move. [ applause ]
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did you guys see this? higgins did you see this? the charity boxing thing that romney did this weekend? >> steve: oh, yeah. >> jimmy: during a charity boxing match on friday, mitt romney lasted two rounds against evander holyfield and raised one million dollars. yeah. it was just like holyfield's fight with mike tyson, except romney chewed off his other ear talking about his 18 grandchildren. first there's nate, there's nate number 2. he's a cute guy. nate number three he's really -- that's right, mitt romney took on evander holyfield in a a boxing match for charity this week, and it was a pretty one-sided fight. check it out. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. still not the worst boxing match we've seen this month. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ oh, my love
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my darling i hunger for ♪ >> jimmy: and finally this is just great. this weekend, vladimir putin played in an exhibition hockey game with some former nhl players and scored eight goals. [ laughter ] take a look at this. >> jimmy: even evander holyfield and mitt romney were like, "that looks fake." [ laughter ] we have a great show, everybody. give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guys it's monday. we're so happy to be back.
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we have a big week of shows coming up. tomorrow night, jamie foxx will be here. [ cheers and applause ] talking about his new album. and then he and i are going head to head in a game called wheel of musical impressions. >> steve: oh. [ applause ] >> jimmy: and later this week, david duchovny, dwayne johnson and sting. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers ] >> jimmy: sting will be joining us. we've got music from pitbull and meghan trainor. it's a good week. [ cheers and applause ] but first we have a fantastic show tonight. we always have fun when this man stops by. his new movie "pan," will be out october 9th. the one and only hugh jackman is here. >> steve: yeah. come on. [ cheers and applause ] he's a man's man. >> jimmy: he's just one of the coolest guys out there. >> steve: coolest guys in the world. >> jimmy: we'd have him on ever night if we could. >> steve: every night. he's the best. >> jimmy: later in the show hugh and i will be playing some password with a special guest.
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we have a special guest, yeah. plus he is a talented actor and author of "gumption: relighting the torch of freedom with america's gutsiest troublemakers." nick offerman is joining us. >> steve: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he is great. >> steve: a man's man. >> jimmy: i love him. yeah. it's a manly show. but then we have the beautiful, the talented, music from janelle monae featuring jidenna. [ cheers and applause ] hey, guys i want to take a a minute to talk about david letterman who i'm sure everyone here knows who will be retiring after 33 years of innovation, fun and just plain weirdness. uh, but mostly fun. i, like many of you, grew up watching dave. everybody did. i mean if you saw somebody throw water melons off a roof and you go, oh my gosh, adults get paid for doing that? i mean, it's just -- that type of stuff had never been done on tv before. this is at 12:30. this is after "the tonight
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show" all you had was johnny carson. you know? so this is kind of like unexplored space. this is like the wild, wild west. you know? and i think this show, and what "late night" has become is a a result of him playing with the genre and experimenting and exploring and doing that stuff. and i like every kid who grew up watching him will miss him. i want to show you something. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] this is something from my eighth grade yearbook. it's my eight great yearbook at st. mary of the snow school. and at the end the teacher makes predictions about what her students were going to go on to do. i don't know why she had this talent. or she think she does. but anyways, she made this thing. first here's a picture of me at the computer. that's me there. [ laughter ] but you go down here and it says, james fallon will replace david letterman on the "late night" show. and that's -- i want to go to the racetrack with this teacher.
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[ cheers and applause ] pretty close. and it's so weird because i never thought i was going to do a job like this or this type of job. i'm just growing up. i'm just a kid there eighth grade. how old was eighth grade? i was 20? >> steve: 30? 32? 15? >> jimmy: and so when they offered me, really to do, they offered me to do the "late night" show before this show and i was like, i talked to my wife and i go, "i don't know, should i do this thing?" and she goes, "yeah, you'll be great at it. i don't know. she goes take a chance." if anything the list is short. there are only two other people who have do it before you. conan o'brien and david letterman. she goes, so even if you fail it's still a good list to be on. it's a good club. [ laughter ] i go thanks for the vote of confidence. but, yeah. and so we ended up doing it and it changed my life. 'cause now here we are at "the tonight show" and everything is going great. and i remember we were doing "late night" and it was a hit. and they asked me to do dave. they asked me to do the
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david letterman show. and so i knew it was going to be my last time because now i'm in the -- i'm playing the same game he is. i mean you don't want to see a a talk show host going on another guy's talk show to talk about a talk show. it's like i have a show to talk so i might as well just do the talk show here while i have the talk show. so i knew it was going to be my last one. and going to letterman, i don't know if anyone will talk about this or has talked about this. it's an odd experience. you go there and apparently dave -- i don't even know if this is even true, but they said dave doesn't want to see you before the show. he doesn't want to see anyone. he wants to save it for the stage. and so i said -- sure, whatever. and you go there. i had been on the show numerous times and guest hosted one time. but you go there and it's just kind of scary. and you go and they rush you into a dressing room. everything is white and no art work on the wall. it's like going into the hospital. [ laughter ] to be really honest. not the worst one but not the greatest one. i mean, it's shelter. it counts as a shelter, your
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dressing room. and there's a door you can go in and out of. not as much fun as you like. but you go there and you just kind of sit there and wring your hands and you think about what bits you're going to do. and you get nervous and you go oh, my gosh. and so i knew it was going to be my last one so i just wanted it to be great. and then you go past hair and makeup and they're all supportive and great and they're really nice. and you go down the stage and you hear paul shaffer an the cbs orchestra just blaring, just playing great music. how great is paul shaffer too? i'm going to miss him. [ applause ] just phenomenal. and you hear that and your heart is racing and they put a a microphone on you. and you got the microphone on. and then biff henderson comes over, and you go oh you're biff henderson. like, i watch the show. and you feel like you know him. and biff came over to me and he goes, "jimmy, dave wants to say hi to you." i go, "before the bit?" i'm about to do my segment. he goes, no at the desk. so i peaked out from behind the curtain and i looked at dave and he goes -- [ laughter ]
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and that just made me laugh and that's what i will always remember about going on the dave letterman's show. like he just -- i just don't know how to describe him. he's just so -- i think he taught us how to be -- how do to do something smart and stupid for comedy. there's comedy that can be smart and stupid. he just wants to have fun and be goofy. i always remember that. and he is always just there when you need him. you know, i remember after 9/11, you know, we needed somebody. and the city was in shock and we're all looking for answers and we wanted to see what dave had to say. and we looked to him to say something. and he said something. and i don't want to misquote him, so i had it printed out. he said, there is only one requirement for any of us and that is to be courageous because courage as you might know defines all other human behavior. david letterman is -- that is so nice. we needed that. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is an academy award-nominated actor who stars as blackbeard in the highly anticipated new movie, "pan," which will be in theaters october 9th. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome hugh jackman! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> thank you! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hugh jackman, welcome to the program. >> it is great to be here. long time, no see. >> jimmy: thank you. yes. here, let me help you. >> i've got a bit of a bone to pick with you man.
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>> jimmy: what? >> you were talking bit a smack about vegemite. any aussies here? any aussies? >> jimmy: yeah we have some australia. any aussies here? yeah, two of them. >> yeah. >> jimmy: they're very quiet. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: no, cause i tried vegemite for the first time. >> and you didn't really dig it? >> jimmy: well i just -- i feel like it is missing a few ingredients or something. [ laughter ] >> like? like? >> jimmy: i don't know, it's just something. >> chocolate? >> jimmy: something is off. i don't know what it was. >> it's not. i tell you what's off. because i did see it. someone showed me a tape. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you just -- you didn't eat in the right way, man. vegemite you can't just, it's not like nutella you can't just scoop it on. it's refined. it's a little bit. in fact, i want to show you how to do it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, here we go. >> now because, come on man, we're mates. >> jimmy: right. >> and so -- [ laughter ] you've got have it on toast first thing in the morning. >> jimmy: okay. >> if you want to be australian -- if you are going to australia this is what you got to do. this is my public service announcement -- >> jimmy: okay. >> for australia. you got to get, like, the crappiest bread possible. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: doesn't matter
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what -- >> it's got to be white. it's got to be fluffy and it has to be just as soft, like six months ago on the shelf. >> jimmy: it doesn't change. >> it never changes. >> jimmy: never gets hard. [ laughter ] >> anyways, i'm gonna show you. this is going to take a little while. but let's just chat while. >> jimmy: do you remember these guys last time we were on the show? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you put these wigs on? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and we were -- we were joking around and -- >> get a little whiff of that. >> jimmy: good god! [ laughter ] >> there's nothing like -- >> jimmy: that is correct. that's a good slogan. there's nothing like vegemite. >> vegemite, yeast extract. [ laughter ] it gets you salivating. >> jimmy: something like that. yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> it's a real thing. >> jimmy: it did bring up some memories, yeah. those guys with the mullets. we had on these mullets and you were like i want to see this on taxi tv. and then it actually happened. >> that's the most, taxi tv. >> jimmy: i jumped in the taxi. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and we were on taxi tv. >> exactly. >> jimmy: wasn't that weird? >> it was a great moment for me. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. >> just aww. perfect. lightly, beautifully, toast, look at that. >> jimmy: look at that. [ laughter ] that's a good toast.
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>> you want to do some as well? >> jimmy: sure, absolutely. >> here. >> jimmy: i'll try it. now what am i doing wrong? >> and see, butter knife. >> jimmy: all right. what do we do? >> just a nice thin layer of butter. it's got to melt in. >> jimmy: uh huh. all right. the butter has to melt in. >> it's got to melt in. a hot piece of toast. >> jimmy: all right, there we go. >> perfect butter. not too hard. >> jimmy: this is good. white bread, in quotes, bread. >> we've got a piece for everyone here. we're gonna get that right now. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: so that's there. >> no, no. >> jimmy: not yet. now it's on there. >> it is. >> jimmy: yeah. >> maximum. >> jimmy: what? >> maximum vegemite. no more than that. this is basically, it looks black and it looks kind of a -- it's just salt. that's all it is. it is beautiful yeast extract. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is the -- >> direct from the outback of australia. >> jimmy: i mean -- all right, so this -- >> just literally picked off the gas station floor. >> jimmy: this looks better than what i had before. >> yeah, so i'm actually salivating. did you see that spit? >> jimmy: yeah, you really are salivating. toast is toast. [ laughter ] toast is toast. [ applause ] literally. yeah. >> right? >> jimmy: much better. i guess i don't hate it.
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that's like salt. that is fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] i really like it. got to try it. here. >> i saw you want a little bit. i saw that. >> quest: i'll try it. i'll try it. >> jimmy: just try it quest. be honest. >> quest: you don't want to try some? >> that's vegemite. you're going to love it. >> quest: oh snap. [ laughter ] >> you do? what do you think? >> quest: i like it. >> jimmy: yeah, it's pretty good, right? that's a good review. oh, snap. oh, snap, i like it. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, snap, i like it. >> i think it's good. leave this here because i'm going to sleep here overnight and i'll be here tomorrow. >> jimmy: oh perfect, we'll have some vegemite before we start the show. i want to know about, let's talk about "pan." you brought us a special treat. we have an exclusive trailer. but before we get into that, this is based on -- it's a a prequel to "peter pan." >> yeah. >> jimmy: but this is -- so you play blackbeard. >> i play blackbeard. there is one line in the book. the original j.m. barry book. [ laughter ]
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: keep the water away from the toaster. >> do i have something in my tooth? >> jimmy: no, no you look perfect. you have nothing. a little something. a little something. >> a little? >> jimmy: we'll just keep going. what were you saying? >> there is an original line in the book -- [ laughter ] did i get it? >> jimmy: yeah. there you go. no problem. >> the original line says that -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. hook was the -- [ laughter ] my kids are going to watch this. >> jimmy: come on, this is like zero credibility. >> i have zero credibility at the dinner table. so there is one line that says that hook was the boatswain of blackbeard. that's where he learned his trade and so our writer, jason fuchs, wrote this brilliant script and took that line and so basically, blackbeard is the villain in this piece and it's how peter pan became peter pan. so it's original story he starts -- i don't want to tell too much. >> jimmy: no that's good there, yeah. >> it's -- it's very -- it's
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done by joe wright. >> jimmy: i love joe wright. >> a fantastic, fantastic director. and great cast. this young aussie kid, levi miller. his first film and he's phenomenal. loves vegemite. [ laughter ] and rooney mara, garrett hedlund, it's a great, great cast. and i'm really, really proud of it. >> jimmy: well it comes out in october, so it comes out this fall, but we have an exclusive first look, sneak peek. no one has after seen this, ever! [ cheers and applause ] here is an exclusive trailer for "pan." take a look. ♪ this is not the end of me this is the beginning ♪ >> is this canada? ♪ >> welcome to neverland! ♪ >> we've been waiting for you peter. >> you have an ancient prophesy. it tells of a boy. >> woo hoo! ♪ >> who will lead an uprising against me?
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♪ a boy who could fly. come on, kid, make them believe. >> i believe. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's going to be good. i can tell. that's going to be -- >> you can tell? >> jimmy: i like it. i like it a lot. it's fantastic. hugh and i are playing password with some special guests when we come back. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ dear stranger, when i booked this trip, my friends said i was crazy. why would i stay in someone else's house? but this morning, a city i've never been to felt like one i already knew. i just wanted to thank you for sharing your world with me.
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>> steve: oh, my god. very funny. welcome back to "the tonight show" everybody. i am your host, steve higgins and we're about to play password. to my right is one of the biggest movie stars on the planet. >> oh you are right. [ laughter ] >> steve: i'm right. you can see him as blackbeard in the new movie "pan," which opens in theaters october 9th. here's hugh jackman! come on! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ and to my left, the host of nbc's "tonight show," our sweetheart, mr. james fallon. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ fellas, hugh, who are you playing with? >> that's not easy to say. >> steve: yeah, no. >> hugh, who are you playing with? he's a great actor, best-selling author and his new book is "gumption: relighting the torch of freedom with america's gutsiest troublemakers." it's available on may 26th. please welcome, nick offerman! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> you all right? good? >> thank you. thanks for having me. >> yeah. >> let's play the password. >> yeah, here we go. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> steve: jimmy, who is your partner? >> jimmy: well, she's an academy award-winning actress who stars in a new miniseries called "the secret life of marilyn monroe," which airs may 30th and may 31st on lifetime. please welcome, susan sarandon! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ that's what i'm talking about. >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: the rangers. >> steve: whoa! >> jimmy: and we're all here to play password! >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> steve: oh, my goodness. the rules of the game are very simple. >> jimmy: simple rules. >> steve: yes, simple. i will give each of you a a password. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> steve: then each of you are to give a one-word clue, that's one word only, to give to your partner to guess the clue. if a clue is illegal as determined by our judges, you will hear this sound -- [ buzzer ] -- and you'll forfeit your turn. the team with the most points after four words wins, any questions? >> jimmy: well, i was just wondering -- >> steve: that's great. [ laughter ] jimmy and hugh, we'll start with you. and hugh -- >> i go first. all right. >> the password is -- >> steve: okay, hugh. we'll start with you. this is the man team, offerman and jackman. that's the "on" team, fallon and sarandon. [ laughter ] >> i'm jack offerman. >> jimmy: all right, here we go. one word clue. >> steve: one word clue. >> flipper. >> dolphin. >> yo! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: whoa! wowy zafowy! >> they call him flipper,
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flipper. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: i was going to go -- [ imitates dolphin ] is that one word or is that hyphenated? >> the password is -- >> susan, we'll start with you. >> oh, god. this is not easy. >> jimmy: here we go. >> oh. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it can't be that hard? >> yeah, it is. >> jimmy: oh, really? okay. >> oh, god. >> jimmy: i can get it. i can get it. come on, we can focus. here we go. we're focusing. i can do it. i can do it. [ laughter ] >> pearl. [ light laughter ] >> oyster. >> yeah! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: what a barn-burner.
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hugh and jimmy! >> the password is -- >> oh, now it's my turn. >> jimmy: all right, ready? >> oh, god. >> jimmy: all right. this is a -- [ laughter ] i know if i don't get it we're going to give it to them on the next one. >> yeah, that was what i thought. >> jimmy: gosh, i'm so mad. okay. i'm not really mad. [ laughter ] how could i be when we're playing. okay, ready. >> it's okay. it's okay. it's just a game. it's okay. it's okay. it's all right. >> jimmy: piece. [ laughter ] piece. awful clue. awful clue, my other one was so much better, oh my god. oh, my goodness, you're going to kill me.
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>> war? >> rug. [ laughter ] >> is that an -- >> steve: oh, no, no. >> yes, it is! >> steve: it's an item though. i don't know nothing. vegemite. >> vegemite. what? no. rug. rug. rug? >> toupee. >> yeah. >> boom! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's what i'm saying. i should have -- >> steve: yes! >> i was going to say charlton heston. >> susan and nick. >> the password is -- >> nick is going to begin on this one. this is for the win. >> jimmy: the win right here? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: but, do you understand though. if i had said "rug," we would have guessed anything else, you wouldn't have said -- is pantomime verboten? >> steve: no, it's called pass-word. [ laughter ] >> all right. >> jimmy: assuming, i know what "verboten" means. it could easily be verboten.
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it's a little bit verboten. [ laughter ] >> more -- >> vegemite. >> quill. >> quill? >> map. [ laughter ] damn, quill? >> quill. >> pen? [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] >> come on. >> jimmy: i think so. >> bird. >> jimmy: feather! >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: oh my gosh, it is a a tie! >> jimmy: no, it is not. we won. is it a tie? it's a tie? then we're going to have to
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have a rematch. hugh, come back tomorrow night. i'll see you guys tomorrow night. >> i'm here tomorrow night. >> jimmy: all right. you guys, our thanks to hugh jackman, susan sarandon, nick offerman! [ cheers and applause ] more of "the tonight show" after the break! it's a tie? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ (sfx: people talking) e occupato questo posto? (sfx: kids talking) one hundred forty-four questions per day. bryce canyon is 29 minutes from your location. ♪ we've been compromised!. don't let hunger kill your game. hot pockets brings you new snack bites. bite-size hot pockets sandwiches with 100% real cheese.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you can see our next guest in the new movie "me and earl and the dying girl," which is in theaters june 12th. he's also a best-selling author. his latest book, "gumption: relighting the torch of freedom with america's gutsiest troublemakers." look, mount rushmore has been changed. one of them is willie nelson. it's available may 26th. everyone, please welcome nick offerman! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no help. no help. >> thank you. >> jimmy: please have a seat. there you are right there. nick offerman, everybody. nick, i have to ask. i was trying to help. i didn't know how to help there. >> that's all right. thank you. i thought you were going for my wallet. >> jimmy: no, i was not. [ laughter ] why would i want to steal your wallet, nick? why are you on crutches? what happened? >> if you go on a comedy tour with megan mullally and try to keep up with her, you may end up on crutches. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you just got injured, huh? >> she smashed, yeah. we do a dance at the end of our show that she choreographed to carly simon's "nobody does it better." and in cincinnati, i tore my meniscus, which is not a a euphemism. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no it isn't. we didn't think it was that. >> it's a real thing. >> jimmy: oh my goodness. and when is it going to recover? >> friday. there's like a woodchip in my knee joint.
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these days they just like, pull it out on friday. >> jimmy: they just squirt some wood in there and then pull it out on friday. by the way, you are looking studly, i must say. >> oh. >> jimmy: it's rare that i see you without a beard or a a mustache. >> thank you. yeah, my mustache is doing bill maher, tonight. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh my god, congratulations. congratulations, that's a great show. i wanna talk to you about -- i just saw your movie "me and earl and the dying girl." wow, that was a moving movie. that's all i can say. >> thank you. i can be pretty -- i can toot its horn because i have a a pretty small part. so, despite my contribution, is it a beautiful film. >> jimmy: it really is. it got two awards at the sundance. >> it won both awards, like the big trophy and the audience award. and it set a record for being sold for a bunch of millions of dollars. it's going to be the best movie of the year despite -- >> jimmy: you being in there, yeah. >> starring, yours truly. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's really --
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>> it's also really funny. that's the thing about it is you're like, "oh, this really personable and funny," and then it punches you in the family jewels. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah, i lost it. i go, oh, my gosh. it was just a beautiful film. it's a coming of age movie about a kid in high school and one year of his life meeting a a girl who is dying of leukemia and making a film. and you play his dad, who i will say is odd at best. >> sure. that's my bag. >> jimmy: gosh, you are so funny in this. and lovable and cool. >> aw, thanks. >> jimmy: you're just a weird, cool dad. even you just saying "andouille sausage" made me laugh. [ laughter ] >> it's a funny food. >> jimmy: yeah, it's a funny food. andouille. but, gosh, yeah. you are fantastic in it. and congrats on that. >> thank you. >> jimmy: but i want to talk about this. "gumption." >> lets talk about "gumption." >> jimmy: this is what i'm talking about. now, this is your second book. and i can tell it's your second book because down here, if you see, it says, "this one has more words." >> more words, that's right.
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[ laughter ] even more words. >> jimmy: even more words from you put to the page. >> it will make your teeth even whitier. >> jimmy: that's not true. but, here's what it does. you list how many people? >> it's like a mix tape of 21 americans who inspire me in some way from george washington through jeff tweedy and conan and willie nelson. yoko ono and carol burnett. >> jimmy: carol burnett, i saw in there. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's all fascinating people and why they changed you and your life and made you and inspired you. >> yeah, they all have done something. it's funny, like, many of them are entertainers, but the forefathers and founding our country. they all did something that helps me try and be more decent. so, it's like a mix tape of, like, you guys, check out this song. it will make you move in a a really sexy way or make you be nicer to everybody. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. that's interesting. interesting way to look at it. >> no one has ever written that
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book. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so, this is a first of that. "gumption." and, i got to say. it's really great. i was reading teddy roosevelt. the story about him and this is a true story. >> yeah, the story about he was giving a speech in milwaukee. and he was getting ready to give a speech. he was campaigning. and he got shot. somebody shot him and tried to assassinate him and he said, "ladies and gentlemen, i don't know if you're aware but i've just been shot." and he paused for a second and checked it out. and was like, "oh, it didn't hit the lung. it went through an eyeglasses case and like, a speech. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and it slowed it down. his shirt was getting soaked with blood. and he determined, "i'm good." and then he spoke for 90 minutes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: 90 minutes. >> that's gumption. >> jimmy: that's gumption right there. that is gumption right there. [ cheers and applause ] there are so many interesting stories like this. >> jimmy: you guys, check this out. nick offerman, "me and earl and
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the dying girl" is in theaters, june 12th. "gumption: relighting the torch of freedom with america's gutsiest troublemakers" is available may 26th. and on audio book, i should say. janelle monáe performs for us next. come on back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ the switch to t-mobile is on. even verizon customers are seeing the light. t-mobile has america's fastest 4g lte network from the bay area to the big apple. and more data capacity per customer. need one more reason? get two lines of unlimited 4g lte data for a hundred bucks save without settling on america's fastest 4g lte network excellent. researching a hunch, and making a decision.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our musical guest tonight is a six-time grammy nominee who just launched her own record label. performing "yoga" with a little help from the roots, please welcome janelle monae. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> y'all ready to hear the song of the summer. i said are y'all ready to party? wonderland records. ♪ let yo booty do that yoga party at the beach down in copacabana ♪ ♪ sipping killepitsch got my black yoga pants on me and brittany we've been down in atlanta ♪ ♪ sweating in the club call me dirty diana flexing like a yogi drop it down with your hands up ♪ ♪ do a handstand bend it back put your legs up i ain't got no worries i'm my own private dancer ♪ ♪ dancer my own private dancer
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i wanna last wanna last forever ♪ ♪ i wanna dance wanna dance all night ♪ ♪ i wanna last wanna last forever i wanna dance dance dance all night ♪ ♪ baby bend over baby bend over baby bend over let me see you do that yoga ♪ ♪ baby bend over baby bend over baby bend over let your booty do that yoga ♪ ♪ flex it yoga flex it yoga ♪ ♪ crown on my head but the world on my shoulder ♪ ♪ i'm too much a rebel never do what i'm supposed ta bend it never break it baby watch and i'ma show ya ♪ ♪ stretching on my cash got my money doing yoga sometimes i'm peachy and sometimes i'm vulgar ♪ ♪ even when i'm sleeping
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i got one eye open you cannot police me so get off my little ola ♪ ♪ get off my little ola i wanna last wanna last forever i wanna dance wanna ♪ ♪ dance all night i wanna last wanna last forever i wanna dance dance ♪ ♪ dance all night baby bend over baby bend over baby bend over ♪ ♪ let me see you do that yoga ♪ ♪ baby bend over baby bend over baby bend over let your booty do that yoga ♪ ♪ flex it yoga flex it yoga i said yoga she did that yoga ♪ ♪ looking for my loafers man i woke up in a toga she left my collar on like she my owner ♪ ♪ so when she downward dog i jump up on her i lo-lo-love the way you bend it ♪
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♪ oh lord i'd love to break you in oh lord i'd stretch you out and in ♪ ♪ oh lord now you should tell a friend oh lord i pray i pray that young ♪ ♪ girl come on over come over and let they bu bum do that yoga do that yoga i wanna last ♪ ♪ wanna last forever i wanna dance wanna dance all night i wanna last ♪ ♪ wanna last forever i wanna dance dance dance all night baby bend over ♪ ♪ baby bend over baby bend over let me see you do that yoga baby bend over ♪ ♪ baby bend over baby bend over let your booty do that yoga flex it yoga ♪ ♪ flex it yoga let yo booty do that yoga ♪ >> thank you, jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh my goodness. amazing. thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. oh, my god!
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janelle monae! [ cheers and applause ] jidenna! "yoga" is available on itunes right now. we'll be right back, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to hugh jackman, nick offerman, susan sarandon, janelle monáe, once again! [ cheers and applause ] jidenna, and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night! hope to see you tomorrow! bye bye. thank you! [ cheers and applause ] ♪


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