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thursday, 107. and then the heat wave starts to slowly break down by friday and saturday looking at upper 80s to mid-90s. by next monday and tuesday low to mid-80s. at this point it looks like all the way to next week we should be out of any kind of major heat coming our way. i think we're good with 80s as you look throughout that portion of the day. but tomorrow hottest weather would be contra costa also alameda counties right back true walnut creek livermore and pleasanton. >> a lot of precautions for everyone including firefighters. >> and people without power. >> that's a lot of folk. >> stay cool tomorrow we hope to see you back here. thanks for joining us. ♪ >> 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 -- amy poehler, zendaya, musical guest, imagine dragons,
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 696. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: looking good. looking good out there. hey, everyone. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, to the "the tonight show." this is it, baby. [ cheers and applause ] all new. all fresh. here's what people are talking about. guys, the white house is
reportedly taking sean spicer off of all press briefings and moving him to a more senior role focused on strategy. [ laughter ] which i think is the political version of saying someone's moving to a farm upstate. [ laughter and applause ] you know what i'm saying. say good-bye to rusty. rusty's moving to a farm upstate. [ laughter ] actually, it turns out spicer is leading the search for his own replacement. [ laughter ] >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: trump would help, but he's busy searching for his own replacement. [ cheers and applause ] so it's just -- no one knows quite where anyone is going. but as part of their search for a new spokesman, the white house just released this message to potential applicants. take a look at this. >> the white house is looking for a new press secretary to discuss our agenda with the media. applicants for the position must have the following. good organizational skills. >> and then this one is the -- i've got the 13 here as well. or the -- >> the ability to speak clearly. >> from income, from new
secretary of homeland security. [ light laughter ] general james -- kelly. >> and, of course, attention to detail. >> your pin is upside down. >> john roberts always helping with the fashion tips. >> still upside down. >> you want to -- [ light laughter ] >> thanks, and see you at the white house. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: good luck. listen to this, so steve bannon apparently said that spicer's press briefings have been off camera lately. did you hear about this? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: bannon said this. he said because, quote, sean got fatter. [ light laughter ] you know you're in bad shape when steve bannon thinks you let yourself go. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: yeah. what? >> jimmy: and with the russia investigation getting bigger, i read that trump's lawyer has now hired his own lawyer. [ laughter ] when asked if he feels good about the case, trump's lawyer's lawyer said, talk to my lawyer. [ laughter and applause ] he's got a fourth lawyer. meanwhile, ivanka trump met
with republican senators today to talk about paid family leave. the senators were like, "we'll totally pay for your family to leave, how much you want? we're in." [ cheers and applause ] i'll do it. but this is crazy, i read that flights in arizona had to be canceled today because of extreme heat. [ audience ohs ] yeah. it was so hot on the planes, united was dragging passengers down a slip-n-slide. [ laughter and applause ] that's how hot it was. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: it's unbelievable. guys i saw that "the bachelorette" was on last night. we love that show. [ cheers and applause ] at one point, a couple of the contestants were talking about people's differences or quirks and things kind of went off the rails. watch this. >> everyone comes from different background. so you just respect where they're from and understand that everyone's different and has their own little weird quirks. >> quirks. >> quirks? >> quirks. >> quirks. >> quirks. >> quirks. >> quirks. >> quirks. >> quirks. >> everyone has their weird quirks. >> quirks are like an
anatomical -- >> quirks -- are um -- >> they go in a wine bottle. >> no, it's cork. >> that is a cork. >> that's a cork. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that went on for another two hours. [ laughter and applause ] quirk, no cork, quirk, cork. quirk, cork, quirk, cork. and finally i saw that yesterday people across the country reported sprint, verizon and at&t outages. [ audience ohs ] it's the only day in history where that one friend bragged about having metro pcs. [ laughter and applause ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: come on. that is dweezil zappa right there. sitting in with the roots. [ cheers and applause ] fantastic! welcome to the show. >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: thanks for being here. you can catch him on the "what's in a name?" story telling tour next month. thank you for being here all show. i appreciate it. dweezil. [ cheers and applause ] dweezil zappa. how cool. guys, we have a fantastic show tonight. she stars opposite will ferrell in a new summer comedy called "the house." my pal, amy poehler, is here. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the hilarious -- she's just an amazing performer. >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. amy and i will talk about the movie. then she and i are teaming up with two really cool kids we found for a new game called, "are you smarter than a smart girl?" and you're going to love it. it will be fun. plus, the giant new movie "spider-man: homecoming" zendaya is on the show tonight. cover of "vogue." [ cheers and applause ] and boy do we have great music.
do we have great music tonight? >> steve: oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: great music from imagine dragons! [ cheers and applause ] "evolve" is the name of the album. imagine dragons, though, yesterday, yesterday i asked right at the beginning of the show, i asked imagine dragons -- because they're all very talented. but they're -- they all have beards. >> steve: yes. >> jimmy: right? there's four gentlemen. and i said, in solidarity, will you shave your beard into mustaches? [ light laughter ] it's the summer of 'stache. and just so you can perform on the show with mustaches. anyways. just like their album, they have evolved. ladies and gentlemen, the new face of imagine dragons. [ drumroll ] [ laughter ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] imagine dragons. good to see you guys. i'll see you later in the show. there you go. [ cheers and applause ]
thank you very much. >> steve: nice. >> jimmy: there they are, imagine dragons. there they are. [ cheers and applause ] they're there. good to see you guys. [ laughter ] okay. all right, guys. thank you very much. [ laughter ] there they are. imagine dragons, everybody. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i love those dudes. come on. guys, it's time to take a look at the stories making headlines today and weigh the good, with the bad, it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ >> jimmy: they all went to the mustache. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: summer of 'stache, man. dweezil, you ever had a a 'stache? >> no, i don't think my brother would allow me to have a a mustache at this point. >> jimmy: you're not even allowed to have one at all? >> no, because it would be too much like my dad. and there's problems in my family over that. >> jimmy: i just heard -- that's bizarre. so that would be too close to frank zappa. >> yeah. >> jimmy: can you imagine a a 'stache? >> i could. i could imagine -- [ light laughter ] but you see, if i did it, i would look more like a spanish pirate, i think. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: i would pay for that. yeah. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: yeah, that's the look i was going for. yeah. all right. [ light laughter ] tonight we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of trump being investigated. last week it was reported that special counsel robert mueller is investigating the president. trump has been tweeting a lot about it. so let's take a look at the pros and cons of trump being investigated. here we go. pro, trump may exercise his 5th amendment right. con, it will be the first time he's exercised in decades. oh. [ laughter and applause ] it still counts. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: still counts. >> steve: [ unintelligible ] >> jimmy: pro, trump hired attorneys that fit his needs. con, the law firm of covfefe and covfefe. [ laughter ] covefeefee. >> steve: it's still good. >> jimmy: covfeefee and covfefe. >> steve: covfeefee and covfefe. >> jimmy: covfeefee and covfefe. >> steve: and sons. >> jimmy: and sons. [ light laughter ] i can only have a decaf covfefe because it gives me -- it makes me stay up all night and tweet. [ laughter ] pro, james comey's memos on trump have inspired a a children's book. con, "james and the giant impeachment."
oh, that's right. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: wow! >> jimmy: i haven't read that. >> steve: i have not read that book. >> jimmy: never read that. >> steve: by roald dahl. >> jimmy: pro, the fbi might actually get a chance to expose putin. con, putin already exposes himself enough. [ audience ohs ] come on. >> steve: hey-oh. horse back. >> jimmy: he was on a horse. pro, trump might not get subpoenaed. con, trump insisting i had no problems in the "poena department." believe me. [ laughter and applause ] huge subpoena. >> steve: huge hands, huge subpoena. >> jimmy: you know what they say. huge hands, huge subpoena. [ laughter ] >> steve: covfefe. >> jimmy: pro, trump said he is committed to helping the investigation. con, even o.j. is like, "oh, boy." [ laughter and applause ] oh, boy. >> steve: yoinks! >> jimmy: and finally, pro, trump's defending himself calling it a witch hunt. con, hillary hearing that and being like, witch, please. there you go, everybody. >> steve: hey! [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: those are the pros and cons. [ cheers and applause ] we are playing "are you smarter
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: welcome to "are you smarter than a smart girl?" the trivia game that pairs grown-ups with smart young women. let's meet tonight's contestants. he's the host of the "tonight show," please welcome jimmy fallon. [ cheers and applause ] and now let's meet his opponent, she co-stars with will ferrell in the new movie "the house" and is one of the founders of the smart girls organization. please welcome miss amy poehler. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah! oh, my gosh. >> hi. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: now, amy, tell us a
a little bit about what -- >> jimmy: don't -- [ talking over each other ] >> steve: it's a fake button. what does smart girls do? >> thank you for asking. it's an organization that we started that is supporting the kind of wonderful, curious, young girl, encouraging her to be herself. we put content online and we just -- we really get interested in people who are, you know, being themselves and loving doing that. so there's lots of good things in there. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's a great thing. >> steve: well, you know what, tonight you are both joined by two very smart partners. >> oh, boy. >> steve: on team jimmy, we got maya. on team amy, we got anaya. come on out. [ cheers and applause ] oh, my goodness. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. >> steve: now, let's take a moment to get to know your partners. first up, anaya, now, you've been featured on the smart girls website for being an
author. you also have another fun thing you do, don't you? >> yes. so, i actually love to create things out of duct tape. it's one of my hobbies. this is just something i made for my mom for mother's day. >> steve: oh. [ cheers and applause ] look at that, it says "mom." >> jimmy: yeah, it says "mom." if you turn that purse upside-down, everything falls out and says "wow." >> hey, hey! >> steve: there you go, that's true. that is true. what about you, maya? what's something that -- >> jimmy: my partner, maya. >> steve: how are you, maya? >> good, thanks. >> steve: what's something you do that not a lot of people know about? >> i love to rap some songs from "hamilton." >> steve: oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the roots they produced that -- they produced that. >> you want to hear one? >> jimmy: yeah, would love to. [ cheers and applause ] which one? which one you want to do? which one? >> "lafayette." >> jimmy: i love "lafayette," yeah. [ rapping in french ]
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's french. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: mom knew! okay, here's how the game works. pick questions. >> oh, boy. >> steve: that range from 10 to 50 points. you're going to answer any one in any order. the higher the points get, the harder the questions are. >> jimmy: and whoever -- this is the weird part, whoever has the most points at the end of the game wins. >> oh. that's weird. >> steve: it's up to amy and jimmy to answer your questions. you can ask your partner for help. but you can only -- >> jimmy: i don't think i'll need it, i kind of know all this. >> steve: you can only ask them once. alright, amy, you'reup first. what would the category be? >> well, thank you for asking, steve. i'm going to go, you know what, i always like to go towards what scares me. >> jimmy: okay. >> i'm going to pick math. >> steve: oh, math for 10. and the question is, if you
have nine pizzas -- >> oh, god. [ light laughter ] >> steve: -- and each one of them is cut into eight slices, how many slices do you have? >> nine pizzas. [ clock ticking ] >> jimmy: yes, that buzzer -- [ buzzer ] >> steve: amy, yes. >> 73 slices. >> steve: 73 slices? >> no. [ laughter ] nope. no! >> jimmy: why would you say that? rude person. >> steve: how rude of me. >> exactly what i meant, i meant 73, after i buy an extra slice. >> steve: that would be 72. 72 slices is amy's answer. >> i always get that -- >> steve: that is correct. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] i know, every time i go out. >> jimmy: nine pieces, gets one extra slice. >> steve: you go i need a a roady. i need a slice for the road. >> jimmy: yeah, here we go. >> steve: pick your category. what are you going to do? ooh, don't pick that one. >> jimmy: let's try that --
look, i don't want to use up my advice from you on the first one. mental telepathy here and just let me know what category you're feeling. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the hard ones, over that side. i was thinking more that side. >> steve: what are you going to do? >> jimmy: i'm going to take grammar. >> oh. >> steve: grammar for 40. let's see the question. >> jimmy: hopefully this isn't about kelsey grammer. i like "frazier" questions. [ laughter ] >> steve: in the sentence, questlove, tyriq, and james, arrive for dinner. which word is the preposition? >> jimmy: i would say that arrive would probably be the preposition, i think, and -- [ laughter ] >> steve: he said it out loud and you go, no. >> jimmy: but i always say the thing out loud first then i go, no, no, no. questlove, tyriq, and james -- >> steve: yes, arrived for dinner. >> jimmy: -- for dinner. for dinner. could easily be what it could be.
but then, again, could be dinner. >> could be dinner? >> jimmy: could be dinnertime. could be for, or it could be dinner. >> i mean -- >> jimmy: i mean, it's one of the two. could be for, could be dinner. could be and. could be arrive. [ light laughter ] could be james. could be tariq. could be quest love -- >> i think it's questlove. >> jimmy: i'm going to say the word, the preposition, the preposition, the position i'm in when i read this -- >> steve: in the pre -- >> jimmy: not in the pre-position, easy. >> steve: yes. of course, the answer is -- >> jimmy: for. >> steve: yes! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ that is correct. all righty. >> i love -- >> steve: amy, it's up to you. pick a category. >> do you have a category that you're itching to do? what would be one that you -- excellent, anaya and i would like to choose u.s. history for
40,000. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: u.s. history! >> steve: let's see the question. u.s. history for 40. which of the founding fathers is credited with inventing the bifocal lens? >> jimmy: i know this. >> ben franklin. >> steve: yes! ben franklin. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] benjamin franklin. you knew that. >> jimmy: did you have any -- amy, did you have any -- >> i did. i knew it was ben franklin. yes. >> steve: he invented the glasses. >> yeah, little, tiny things. >> steve: he also invited that stove. and he invented the $100 bill. >> and he invented kites, and keys, and lightning. >> steve: sure. [ light laughter ] alright jimmy, it's your turn. pick a category. choose carefully. >> jimmy: all right. okay, alright. maya, stop yelling at me. let's say geography for 50. >> wow. >> steve: world geography. >> jimmy: oh, no! >> steve: let's see the question. 50 points. what is the large lake at lies high in the andes and is on the
border of peru and bolivia? >> anaya is from south america, so we're ready to steal whenever you don't get it. >> jimmy: wait there, that's not the way the game works. you can't steal. like, high -- is it -- lake? >> steve: my favorite lake. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: titicaca. >> steve: yes! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you swam there. you vacation there. >> steve: your whole life. >> steve: i vacation there every year. >> jimmy: every year. you vacation there every year. [ slide whistle ] oh! you know what that sound means? >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: i don't know. i was asking you. >> jimmy: it's the final round. >> steve: this is the final round and this is worth 500 points. >> jimmy: okay. >> wow. >> 573 points. >> steve: now, this is whoever gets closest to the right answer numerically wins. the final question is, let's see it. how many bones are there in the adult human body? how many bones are there in the adult human body?
we have 15 seconds on the clock. [ clock ticking ] 15 seconds on the clock. >> 272. >> jimmy: don't answer yet. [ light laughter ] 273. [ light laughter ] all right. final answer. >> steve: all right. we have one more second. [ buzzer ] okay. 81 is your answer? [ drum roll ] >> wait, our final answer is -- i'm going to go with my partner who is smarter than me. >> no, i'm not. >> well, we're going to say 242. >> steve: 242. jimmy, what are you going to say? >> jimmy: of course, i'm going to say what maya always says which is -- >> 243. >> jimmy: 243. >> steve: oh! the answer is 206. amy, your team is the winner. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! we almost got it. we almost got it. congratulations to anaya and amy. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ of course, maya who's much smarter than i am. we'll be right back with more amy poehler, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by a golden globe and emmy award winning performer. she and will ferrell star in their first movie together called "the house." it is very, very, funny. it's in theaters next friday. everyone, please welcome back our pal, amy poehler! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: nice. hey pal. >> hi. >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. thank you so much for being -- >> thank you. thank you thank you. >> jimmy: oh come on. they love you. we love you. [ cheers and applause ]
i want to talk about the movie -- >> okay. >> jimmy: "the house" with will ferrell and i want to talk to you, of course, more about an award you won. the glamour -- >> thank you jimmy. yes. >> jimmy: the inspiration of the year. >> amy: yes. it was an award that i was happy to win, and didn't know it was for inspiration until about ten minutes before my speech so i had to make my speech more inspiring really quick. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i loved your speech. in your speech, you quoted your good friend, the dalai lama. do you remember that? >> amy: that's right. yeah, i like to put the words, good friend in front of people when i quote them even if i've never met them. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: so dalai lama was one of your good friends. >> yes, and then my good friend, kendrick lamar. >> jimmy: that's correct. that was the other one. >> that's right. those two are often in the same sentence. >> jimmy: how amazing is that? the glamour award. i know that. >> yeah, very cool. very, very cool. a nice honor. >> jimmy: now you said this year is going to be about positivity and inspiration. >> well, i was talking about how this year has been a little weird, bleak. >> jimmy: yeah. >> in fact, i was just saying backstage that i've been googling the term, good news, truly, in my google, and i've
been getting a lot of stories about dogs. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> amy: dogs are always great. >> jimmy: they're always good news. >> amy: so i think we should act more like dogs, and just be nice like dogs, because humans are garbage, and dogs are nice. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: alright then -- [ indiscernible ] but, yeah -- but, yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> amy: i mean, you know what i mean. >> jimmy: i mean, you know what i mean. >> anyway, act like dogs -- >> jimmy: anyways don't get a a tattoo. just try it out. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you do a thing with your friends where you guys always have a new summer look and -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: like -- and i want to know what's the new summer look is -- >> thank you for asking. >> jimmy: and i want to know what it was in the past. >> thank you for asking, and i open this up to anybody, but rashida jones and i always try to pick our look for the summer, right? >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, this summer i'm thinking about going as summer fonzie. >> jimmy: the fonz, of course, but what was summer fonz? >> amy: summer fonzie is tight black jeans rolled up. a white shirt rolled up, and that's it, dude. [ light laughter ] and that sweet slicked back
hairstyle that you think you need to fix, but you don't. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: ahh. now, that's good. and you're going to do that this summer? >> amy: that's what i'm going to wear all summer. i'm going to wear -- >> jimmy: going to wear all summer. >> amy: yeah, i'm going to -- i'm always going to -- i truly if i could wear a uniform for the rest of my life, i would. >> jimmy: you would, really? >> amy: yeah, but i think we need to pick your summer look. what is your summer vibe? >> jimmy: what's my summer vibe? i got this happening. just a little bit. this going to last -- who knows? this is not the face i wanted. [ laughter ] oh, my goodness. oh, i can't even think what you're going to even say. what would you call this summer look? >> amy: i'm going to say -- oh, yeah, i like that the audience -- what would you say? [ crowd shouting ] >> amy: sexy. you know it's funny you say "free bird." okay, that's enough now. that's enough now. that's enough now. [ light laughter ] it's funny that you say "free bird," cause i was going to say struggling singer/songwriter. [ laughter ] like, he hasn't made it yet, man, but when he does man, he's going to get so many hits lined
up. >> jimmy: he's got so many songs. >> 50 hits. >> jimmy: he writes, he writes, he writes. >> he just needs the one. >> jimmy: one, and he goes to, what, like a coffeehouse every day. >> amy: he technically isn't allowed in any coffeehouses anymore -- [ laughter ] because of the incident. >> jimmy: because of the incident that we don't discuss. >> he leaves women his lyrics for them to find the next morning, and they're like, i made a mistake. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] and is he there when they finds it? >> amy: oh, yeah, he's hiding in her closet. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't like this guy. >> oh, sorry, sorry. >> jimmy: i don't like this guy at all. >> okay, sorry. >> jimmy: let's talk about "the house" which i do like, which is a funny movie, this is a a comedy. you and will ferrell. oh, my gosh, what more do you even want? well, you get more. there's like a zillion laughs, but basically you open up an illegal casino in your house. >> amy: yeah that's right. we do because our child is of college age, and got accepted to bucknell university. and we are trying to figure out how to pay for it, and we make a really good choice. [ light laughter ] we look at each other and we say, "let's open an illegal casino together."
>> jimmy: that's the only logical decision. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but it's a comedy movie. that's what you want. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i have a question from a fan. >> oh. >> jimmy: yeah, fan. >> amy, do you enjoy gambling? >> why are you yelling? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that is -- no, you're just hearing everything louder. >> amy: okay. >> jimmy: do you enjoy gambling? >> amy: that's so funny that you made will just say that to the camera. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i didn't make him do anything. >> amy. >> jimmy: see, it comes natural. he was having so much fun. >> amy: no, i -- will and jimmy, i do not enjoy gambling. >> jimmy: you do not enjoy gambling? >> amy: because i don't like to lose, and when we were in las vegas for this movie, and i had to hand over my money to some jerk -- >> jimmy: thank you. >> who, you know, was smart enough to not gamble, but instead get paid for his job, and had, like, a shiny vest and a garter on his arm like a a bitch. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hey.
hey. >> and then i had to hand him his -- and be like, here. he just took it. >> jimmy: oh for heavens sake. i've never heard -- >> and it's like -- this stinks. this stinks. >> jimmy: you did not enjoy that. >> amy: i hate losing money that way. i would much rather have a a beautiful piece of steak, and go see britney. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what you did. >> amy: that's what -- well, i will. i will do that. >> jimmy: that's right, you will do that. >> i will do that. >> jimmy: yeah, you will do that. >> britney does fix things. >> jimmy: now what -- britney fixes everything. what is -- what is your nicknames? you guys end up with these kind of mobster nicknames during the film? >> yeah. >> jimmy: will is the butcher? >> will is the butcher because he -- well i guess i can say it, right? he accidentally cuts some guy's finger off. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, it's pretty nasty. >> playing around with an axe. >> jimmy: yeah, as one does. >> amy: and i'm the burner because i play around with, like, a -- basically a zippo on steroids, like one of those butane torches, and then also, i become addicted to marijuana.
[ light laughter ] my character. my character. >> jimmy: we have a clip. here's amy poehler and will ferrell in "the house." check this out. >> officer chandler, what's going on here? >> it's been a hell of a night, i've gotten multiple reports of violence all over town, and no one's talking. >> well, no one's talking because there's nothing to talk about, so -- >> shh. shh-shh. >> what's your deal johansson. >> no deal. you got a deal? bob? >> no deal here. >> i would advise you to put that away. i am a police officer. >> don't worry about it. >> check the marshmallows, fellows. >> no one says check your marshmallows. >> you want to get fired? >> no. >> then check your marshmallows. >> yeah. >> something fishy going on with those three. >> definitely. >> jimmy: i mean, come on. [ cheers and applause ] burner. the burner. our thanks to amy poehler. go see "the house" in theaters next friday. zendaya joins us after the break.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: whoa. dweezil. our next guest is a very talented actress who is making her feature film debut in the new movie "spider-man: homecoming" which is in theaters july 7th. everyone, please welcome zendaya! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you so much for being here. >> absolutely. can i touch it? this is my first time seeing it in real life. >> jimmy: you mean this my mustache or vogue? >> both. >> jimmy: i mean it could be either one. could be both, yeah. >> wow that's nice. >> jimmy: this is -- you're on the cover of -- you made "vogue." you're on the cover of "vogue." >> i know. >> jimmy: you haven't seen this yet? >> no, this is my first time. >> jimmy: well, this is a big deal. >> this is crazy. this is, like -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's really is. it doesn't get much cooler than
that. >> it really doesn't. >> jimmy: no, no, no, and this is a big deal, because you have your first feature film. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but everyone knows you from the disney channel. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so this is like a a big, your breakout role for you here. who do you play in spider-man? >> i play a character named michelle. nobody believes me, though, but that's my character's name. but it really is michelle. it was so much fun. like i said, it's something i've been wanting to do for like a really, really long time. you know, i wanted to get into movies. this is finally it, and it's crazy that it's "spider-man." like, my first thing. >> jimmy: yeah. did you know it was "spider-man" when you were auditioning? because they keep things very quiet. >> no, i did not. >> jimmy: they don't tell you, yeah. >> i knew i was auditioning for a girl in movie. >> jimmy: girl in movie. [ light laughter ] makes you feel good. yeah. >> yeah, yeah, no, it was great to get into character and really -- [ laughter ] in fact, i didn't -- >> jimmy: let me become the girl -- okay, i'm the girl. >> i'm the girl, and i didn't actually even know what kind of character, because my character is very interesting. she's, you know, kind of like a a loner. she's super intellectual, very like dry humor, one-liners, pops in, pops out. and i didn't even know what
kind of character i was going to play until, like, i got there and got to sign this nondisclosure and then read the script. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. oh, and then you get the script. >> and then you get the script, and i was like, wow. >> jimmy: you've got some great one-liners in this movie. >> thanks, man. thank you. >> jimmy: that's great. well you were saying that you're psyched to see others' parts of the movie that you weren't in. so the parts that you weren't in were all done. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you're like, hey, that's what that looks like? >> exactly, cause i was in -- i'm in like the peter parker side of spider-man's life, right? so everything that i shot when we were shooting it just felt like i was shooting, like, this awkward teen coming of age comedy kind of thing, and then you realize, like, wow, when the trailers started coming out, this is a "spider-man" movie, this is like action, like, it's going down, you know? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah. this one -- if i'm not -- i might be wrong, but this one is -- basically peter parker and spider-man are -- he's ready to up it. he's not your friendly neighborhood spider-man anymore. he wants to get into the avengers. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh yeah. >> it's a big -- i mean it's the marvel cinematic universe people. >> jimmy: this is it. this is the marvel universe. get ready. [ cheers and applause ] i want to show everyone a clip.
here's zendaya in "spider-man: homecoming." take a look at this. >> dude, you have the suit right? this is going to change our lives. [ crowd noise ] >> dj flash. >> hey. we're going to have spider-man swing in. say you guys are tight, and then i get a fist bump for one of those bro hugs. >> can't believe you guys are at this lame party. >> you're here too. >> am i? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i mean, so i love that throughout the whole thing -- am i? >> am i? you were about to comment, i have toast. like, where did i -- >> jimmy: yeah, toast at a a party. of course, every kid has nothing but peanut butter toast at a party. >> toast at a party, yeah of course. >> jimmy: i know you're on instagram. you have over 42 million followers on instagram. yeah. so it's really -- yeah, i know. it's amazing.
i thought we could maybe play a a round of boomerang. >> okay. >> jimmy: you know boomerang? >> yes, i do. >> jimmy: all right, yeah, so what you do, you basically do something, and it just goes -- it goes back and forth over again. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i thought we could do three fun boomerangs. >> let's do it. >> jimmy: is that good. >> i'm down. >> jimmy: all right, i have this. >> okay. oh, am i going first? >> jimmy: yeah, you go first. >> okay, okay, the thing is confetti. all right. so maybe -- yeah. >> like, a lot? >> jimmy: yeah, maybe do a lot, and then blow it into the camera, and that'll be a good boomerang. but you have to say three, two one, or one, two, three. >> okay. >> jimmy: which one are you going to say? >> three, two, one, or one, two, three? >> jimmy: i don't know. [ light laughter ] we have to make a decision. >> three is my favorite number. three, two, one. >> jimmy: all right three, two, one. yep. >> three, two, one. [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i screwed up i think. >> he just got the end. yeah. that's great. no, that's great. there's absolutely no piece of confetti was in that picture. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i screwed up. i screwed up. [ laughter ] i didn't know when to do it. >> all of that confetti is -- >> jimmy: i didn't know when to do it man. what am i supposed to do? all right.
you show me how to do it. >> okay. >> jimmy: so i'm going do to one now, but i'll do a spit take, okay? three, two, one. how about i just go -- three, two, one, i'll take a sip and then i'll look that way and go -- >> okay, okay, cool. >> jimmy: i'll do spit take. okay? >> yeah. is that all right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: is that good? am i framed up? >> i'm the millennial. i got it. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: three, two, one. [ applause ] >> i mean, come on. >> jimmy: wait a second. this is the best one i've ever seen in my life. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you know how to -- how did you do it? >> i mean -- >> jimmy: you just press it once? >> yeah. >> jimmy: just press it once. man, you're fantastic. i'm saving that one. >> yeah, absolutely. >> jimmy: all right, i think we do one more. >> okay. >> jimmy: i got a good idea for this one. this one, i need -- you're going to need -- >> spit on my "vogue" cover, man. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah, exactly. oh, no i didn't spit on your "vogue." i didn't hear you. come over here.
this is captain kirk. kirk, you hold that. do you know how to do it? >> oh, yeah, pretty much. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, so three, two, one, you just press it, that's it? you don't hold it. that's what i was doing. >> no, no, no you don't hold it. you just press, and it does that. >> jimmy: i was holding it. you stand there. >> okay. >> jimmy: you put your hand out like that. >> okay. >> jimmy: and then i'll get behind you. kirk is there anyway that -- >> line it up, are we good? >> jimmy: i can bounce. you can bounce me. >> you got it. >> down, up. down, up. >> like that? >> down up, down up. yeah. ♪ three, two -- >> jimmy: did you do it? >> yeah. >> yes, we get it? [ applause ] >> jimmy: let's see it. hey! >> hey. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. teamwork. i learned something. thank you, thank you, thank you. >> thank you. thank you for your assistance. >> jimmy: zendaya, everybody. "spider-man: homecoming" in theaters july 7th. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with a a performance from imagine dragons. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: my thanks to amy poehler! zendaya! imagine dragons once again! [ cheers and applause ] that was great, man. fantastic. dweezil zappa sitting in with the greatest band from philadelphia, pennsylvania, the roots, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thanks for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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