tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC August 18, 2017 11:34pm-12:38am PDT
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life hack expert grant thompson, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 729! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's a hot crowd. that's a beautiful crowd right there. welcome, everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show." this is it baby. [ cheers and applause ] you're here. you made it.
well, here's what people are talking about. some big news out of washington, you guys, it came out that president trump has decided to fire his chief strategist steve bannon. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. fired. at this point the white house is like a final destination movie. [ laughter ] you know everybody is a goner, you're just watching to see when and how. [ applause ] oh, how are they going to get fired? trump's top advisor steve bannon is officially out. he said now he's going to spend more time giving horrible advice to his family. [ light laughter ] [ applause ] that's very nice. i thought this was weird though, instead of getting a a box for his office supplies, he said i'll just use the one i sleep in. [ laughter ] you sleep in a box? the job really took a toll on bannon. take a look at what he looked like today. yeah. [ audience aws ] now, this is what he looked like 8 months ago. there you guys go -- [ laughter ] wow. it really took a toll. >> steve: that really -- >> jimmy: really took a toll on him. in the meantime, president trump went to camp david today for a meeting with his
advisers. i guess they sent trump deep in the woods for a game of hide and seek, and then quickly ran back to their cars. [ laughter ] he's coming! i can see him he's running after us. trump also met with his security team, it was a very short meeting though. 'cause when they asked about threats to the country they said, still just you, sir. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] thank you. thank you for that. mage appreche. [ laughter ] but i saw that the white house has been doing a video series called "meet the cabinet" where trump's officials introduce themselves, and they talk about what they do, and it's pretty interesting, and there are some cabinet members i didn't even know about. take a look at this. >> hi, i'm david shulkin, the secretary of the department of veteran affairs. >> tom price, secretary of health and human services. [ russian voice ] i am john smith, summer intern. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: john -- john smith. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: it's john smith. >> steve: his name's john smith.
>> jimmy: there's john smith. >> steve: he's a cabinet member. >> jimmy: cabinet member, john smith, i didn't know him. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: yeah. guys, monday is the big solar eclipse. [ cheers and applause ] experts have actually issued warnings that say you should prepare yourself ahead of time, don't look directly at it and try not to watch for too long. wait, i'm sorry, they're talking about trump's press conference. [ laughter and applause ] guys, check this out. in an effort to rebrand, chuck e. cheese is getting rid of animatronic animals that played music while you eat. [ booing ] though, if they really want to change their image, they'd stop selling pizza at a rat themed restaurant. [ laughter and applause ] and finally i heard that today is bad poetry day, and i saw that one person decided to celebrate by reciting a poem of his own. take a look. >> listen, hear, see, and speak. i did not do a very good job this week. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much, everybody. that was fun last night. we had a good time. >> steve: that was fun. >> jimmy: i did the -- last night we did the weekend update summer edition, and i did a a little cameo on that show, and -- with colin and michael, and it was fantastic, it was so fun. i got to do a bit with seth meyers, who i never get to see. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: i know he -- he works -- >> steve: he works two floors up. >> jimmy: behind this fake city is seth. seth, you doing okay? >> steve: i'm good, man. >> jimmy: who you got on the show tonight? >> steve: a bunch of great people. >> jimmy: you got any music? >> steve: yeah, a great group, you're going to love it, man. really? >> jimmy: what happened -- what happened to your voice, dude? >> steve: i've got a cold. i went up to new hampshire to visit the folks. i got a cold.
>> jimmy: but this was last night you got a cold? >> steve: yeah, i got a cold, man. it was like crazy, 'cause i was doing some stuff with these great guests on the show. >> jimmy: well have a great show anyway, seth and -- >> steve: i can't. >> jimmy: what did you say? >> steve: 'cause my voice went out. >> jimmy: no, it sounds fine. you can totally -- >> steve: really? oh. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: thanks, jimmy. i appreciate that. >> jimmy: i love you, man. [ light laughter ] >> steve: i love you too, man, i miss the times we used to hang out together when we were on the 8th floor. [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: i mean, we can still hang out. it's not like -- >> steve: i know, but we've got such busy lives, we all have kids now. >> jimmy: i know, but i mean, we can get our wives together and our kids, and just hang out. >> steve: hey man, that sounds fantastic. we can meet up at piggly wiggly. >> jimmy: we can meet up at like -- piggly wiggly, or a a chuck e. cheese or something? >> steve: oh, my god. i love rat themed restaurants. >> jimmy: hey, seth.
>> what's that, jimmy? >> jimmy: do you ever realize we have the same voice? >> what? >> jimmy: i love you, man. >> steve: love you too, baby. >> jimmy: seth meyers, he's the best. i got to see seth, and lauren, and you, and tina fey was on fire last night. [ cheers and applause ] she's so funny, man. she was on fire last night. but everyone was good. i had such a great time. i love going back there. super short "snl." i was like in -- finished this show, i got dressed as george washington, and then just left. it happened so fast. i didn't like think -- >> steve: the perfect george washington costume too. >> jimmy: i mean, how do they do that over there? brilliant. brilliant. uh -- anyway, guys, we have a a great show tonight. he is starring in two new movies right now, "marjorie prime" and "baby driver." jon hamm is here tonight. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: man, i love jon hamm. >> steve: love that dude. >> jimmy: me too. jon and i are playing a brand
new game tonight called "face it challenge." >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: brand new game, and it is really fun. you're going to want to play at home. it's good. plus, from the new film "the layover," the beautiful, talented kate upton is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: beautiful show. >> jimmy: we've got a very good-looking show, including this last gentleman here. i love -- do you like life hacks? >> steve: love them. >> jimmy: ever go online and you see any of these? this dude is the best at it. his name is grant thompson, and he is here to show us some very cool life hacks. i'm going to show some of my very own that i invented. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: really good ones. really, really good ones. >> steve: fantastic ones. >> jimmy: fantastic ones. >> steve: they're going to be so great. >> jimmy: what did i think of the other day? oh, i pitched it to jessica alba, she wanted nothing to do with it. >> steve: what was it? >> jimmy: veyetamins, but eye e-y-e veyetamins. >> steve: oh. so, like vitamins that you put in your -- that you absorb through your eye. >> jimmy: that's correct. >> steve: does that work? >> jimmy: i don't want to take pills anymore. >> steve: but does it work?
have you talked to doctors? do vitamins actually absorb into your eyes? >> jimmy: do i talk to doctors? [ laughter ] i don't talk to doctors. i can talk to them. they don't want anything to do with me. yeah. i could probably have a doctor, i could hire some doctors to say it works. >> steve: say it works even if it doesn't. >> jimmy: yeah, i'll give him a a piece of the business. >> steve: give him a little beak. let him wet his beak. >> jimmy: wet his beak a little bit. one out of five doctors says it works. who cares? right? all we need is one dude who -- >> steve: who cares, man? it might cloud up your vision, but -- i guess so man, i don't know. >> jimmy: seth, does it work? >> steve: hey, it works great jimmy. >> jimmy: is that what happened to your voice? >> steve: yeah, i put some vitamins in my eye and -- [ laughter ] caused my voice to change like this. >> jimmy: just give it a couple of days. you'll feel much better. what vitamin -- >> steve: rock and roll. what's that? >> jimmy: what vitamin was it? >> it was vitamin c oddly enough, 'cause i couldn't see after i took it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: alright. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: the old wrap around. >> jimmy: i hope seth has a a good show tonight, man. voice sounds bad. guys, today is friday, that's usually when i catch up with some personal stuff. you know i check my inbox. i return some emails.
>> steve: oh, you're fast. >> jimmy: and of course i send out thank you notes. [ cheers and applause ] i was running a bit behind today. so i thought if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd just like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that cool? [ cheers and applause ] cool beans. thank you guys so much. james, can i get some "thank you note" writing music please. ♪ >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: very weird. very odd -- very odd man. >> steve: flamboyant. flamboyant pocket square. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: he's one of the animatronic musicians at chuck e. cheese. [ laughter ] >> steve: is he really? >> jimmy: yeah. we just got him from chuck e. cheese. ♪ thank you, president trump, for firing steve bannon. wow, i did nazi that coming. [ laughter and applause ] i did nazi that coming.
♪ thank you opening a tab at a a bar for being the prequel to forgetting your credit card at a bar. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hey man, what time do you guys open, man? i think i left it there. it's under the name seth meyers. ♪ thank you squeeze ketchup bottle for giving me two options, no ketchup at all or a a blinding laser of ketchup. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] oh god. >> steve: ripped my hamburger in half. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you super market gumball machine for letting me taste 1987. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ stale old gumballs. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you waterfalls, or as i like to call you, fish roller coasters. [ laughter ]
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: our first guest is a a golden globe and emmy winning actor -- gosh, we love him. he stars in the big summer action movie, "baby driver." i think it's made like $167 million. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: giant hit that movie, yeah. it's out right now, it's a cool movie. you can also see him in the new movie, "marjorie prime," which is currently playing in select cities. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome jon hamm. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: get in there. yeah! jon hamm in the house, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] looking like a stud. >> you gotta -- somebody's just
got to sit into it. >> jimmy: sometimes you just gotta sit into it, man. [ grunting ] welcome! >> thanks, buddy. >> jimmy: good to see you. >> hey, seth! >> hey -- thanks for having me. >> hey, good to see ya! by the way, are you okay? you took a little tumble. >> jimmy: that hurt a little. >> god, that hurt. >> jimmy: that hurt a little bit. >> it looked terrible. >> jimmy: he was mad. he was angry at me. >> by that, i mean it didn't look like you at all. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's a very talented man. >> well, it was -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> it was just woo! >> jimmy: jasper crimson was his name. >> jasper crimson? >> jimmy: yeah. >> from the new england crimsons? >> jimmy: yeah, he was this -- he was part of a stunt group. >> the crimson -- the crimson wranglers. >> jimmy: the crimson -- the crimson wranglers, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, they're just the best. >> they're great. >> jimmy: i don't really get along with most of them, but -- >> well -- >> jimmy: jasper's fun. >> jasper's great, maury can be a little -- >> jimmy: that's what i'm saying. >> touchy. >> jimmy: you know maury. then there's -- >> craig. >> jimmy: craig. >> craig crimson. >> jimmy: there's -- >> jimson crimson, which is -- >> jimmy: jimson crimson. >> not to be confused -- >> jimmy: don't fun of him, yeah. don't make fun of him, he hates that. >> also, like jasper and jimson, you know, go way back with the rivalry. >> jimmy: and the sister, too. you have margaret. >> margaret crimson. >> jimmy: yep. >> kathy crimson. >> jimmy: kathy, that's right. they're twins. >> huge family. you've got huge family.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: 30 kids? >> 30 children. >> jimmy: in the family, and who has -- >> all stunt people. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: it's just amazing. you -- i saw a picture of you rollerblading from years back. >> did you? >> jimmy: yeah. and were you -- was that for a a thing? >> yeah. >> jimmy: did you used to do it all the time? >> well, everyone did it. >> jimmy: i never did it. >> ever? >> jimmy: what are you talking about? >> what were you -- what were you, a scooter man? [ light laughter ] maybe i have a picture of you rollerblading. >> jimmy: what's it like to -- what's it like to do it? >> no, i did a thing here once -- a million years ago, in a decade called the 90s. [ cheers and applause ] right? >> jimmy: any urkel fans out there? >> i was in new york city, one of the first times i lived in new york city. and i was staying with some friends down in the east village back in the 90s when it was still a little crazy down there. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and the play that i was working on had rehearsals and performances on like 70th and broadway. and this was in the days before unlimited ride subway cards, so i couldn't afford to take the subway every day, which was like $1.50 each way.
>> jimmy: that's right. >> like that's out of the budget. >> jimmy: yeah, no. >> so, the solution was to rollerblade from 12th and a to 70th and broadway, twice a day, every day. four months. >> jimmy: wow! i mean, is that hard on -- >> oh, it's hard on everything. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: right? i mean, that's crazy. >> including like -- and this is, you know, just idiot. didn't wear a helmet, didn't wear elbowpads, anything. i had a leather jacket that i was thinking, "oh, this will help when i get run over by a a bus." [ light laughter ] "i'm this -- it's keep my organs." >> jimmy: it'll keep everything -- yeah, exactly. >> flying down 9th avenue. >> jimmy: from the body, yeah. >> i'm like, it's downhill, right? >> jimmy: do you go fast? >> you go uptown to downtown? i did, yeah. and i didn't crash ever, which is amazing, but -- >> jimmy: how do you stop in those things? >> grab on to a bus. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you just hug the bus? just get in there. your film, "baby driver," congratulations on that film, by the way. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you! holy mackerel. >> jimmy: knocked it out of the park with that one. >> it was a home run. >> jimmy: that was great.
"baby driver" and it's kind of like -- some people call it like an action musical. >> some people have, i've called it that. >> jimmy: that's who it was. >> yeah, it was me. >> jimmy: yeah, it was you. >> it's a great -- you know, we shot it in atlanta. >> jimmy: oh, i love atlanta. >> we got to -- there's a a couple of little cameos in the movie for sharp-eyed viewers of atlanta musicians. "big boy" from outkast. "killer mike" from run the jewels. >> jimmy: we love "killer mike." >> so a lot of cool, like atlanta flavor in there. >> jimmy: you ever get to see any music -- shows while you were down in atlanta? >> i did in fact, which was also really cool. i got to see -- i got to see three shows. this will tell you the kind of breadth of my musical taste, so -- >> jimmy: okay. >> number one? >> jimmy: uh-huh? >> justin bieber. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: really? >> "out of the box." >> jimmy: really? >> sure. >> jimmy: i don't see you as a a bieber -- a belieber. >> they say, "zig," i say, "zag." >> jimmy: oh, i got you, i got you. [ light laughter ] they say, "hither," you say -- >> jan. >> jimmy: "thither." oh, yeah, whatever, "jan." >> "hither" was another one of the crimson -- >> jimmy: yeah, oh, hither crimson -- yeah, i loved -- i had a crush on her, yeah.
seth, do you believe that he likes justin bieber? >> i can't believe it, man, but now that i'm hearing it, i think it's cool. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. >> i don't beliebe it. [ light laughter ] >> had to happen. >> jimmy: had to happen. but how was the concert? >> it was great and it was like, i went with some friends and i was like, "i don't know, he's got a big album out, it's a couple cool songs. like, why not, i met him once doing a digital short on --" >> jimmy: yeah, that was great. it was on our show -- >> and like he -- here's what i wanted to hear, i wanted to hear 15,000 teenage kids lose their minds. [ light laughter ] mission accomplished. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. it happened. >> it was amazing. >> jimmy: really? all right, so you saw bieber. >> so the next show i went to then, on the other end of the spectrum, beyonce in the georgia dome. [ cheers and applause ] the third show i saw was the very last performance that prince ever gave. [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: really, where? >> 90 minutes at the fox theater in atlanta, jam packed house. 90 minutes, beginning to end, never stopped playing. it was amazing. >> jimmy: he's unbelievable. >> like a religious experience. to the point where -- when i was walk -- parking my car,
running late, there was a lady in front of me who was -- who had parked her car and we were both waiting to pay the guy. and she pays the guy and goes running into the thing and stops. aand like she clearly forgot something. ran back to her car and got a a tambourine. [ laughter ] she got her little tambourine with the -- the prince thing on it and ran back in. she had to bring her tambourine. >> jimmy: you got to bring that tambo, man. you got to bring the tambo to prince. >> she sat about five rows ahead of me and the tambourine got worked! >> jimmy: yes! [ cheers and applause ] "marjorie prime." >> yes. >> jimmy: now you -- here's what i like -- here's why i like jon hamm. you always do, like original movies where like i go, "i don't know what's going to happen." and i enjoyed that. >> they say, "zig," jimmy, i "zag." >> jimmy: yeah, they say "hither. >> i say, "jan." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "marjorie prime." >> "marjorie prime," i play a -- it's very different from "baby driver." >> jimmy: yeah. >> it is not very -- an action oriented film. it's a very small film, a very quiet film. and i co-star along lois smith.
weirdly enough, i play gina davis' father, which will make sense when i explain the movie because i basically play an animated construct, a sort of three-dimensional hologram of artificial intelligence who is created to soothe the woman played by lois smith, who i play her animated husband. >> jimmy: so she's mourning her husband. >> sort of like a way to get over loss. >> jimmy: i want to show a a clip, here's jon hamm in "marjorie prime," take a look at this. >> we went to a lot of movies. >> one time we saw "my best friend's wedding." >> "my best friend's wedding?" >> there was a woman, julia roberts. for a while, it was always julia roberts. and she had an agreement with her best friend, her male best friend that if they weren't married by the time they hit a a certain age, they would marry each other. and she was about to remind him of this agreement, when it turns out, he had already fallen in love with a nice blonde, cameron diaz.
so julia roberts spends the entire movie trying to ruin things between her friend and cameron diaz, which isn't very sympathetic behavior for america's sweetheart. >> jimmy: jon hamm, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah, i'm going to do, i'm going to do a thing -- a a podcast of just me describing movies in that voice the whole time. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: "marjorie prime" is in select cities now. [ cheers and applause ] jon and i are playing a brand new game called, "face it challenge" after the break. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you need the best equipment. for the best ride. the best fit. and the best night's sleep. the beautyrest black hybrid features advanced memory foams for individualized support and a conforming feel.
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off? >> jimmy: yep, 1, 2, 3. [ clock ticking ] [ laughter ] [ buzzer ] [ laughter and applause ] come on! >> i want the nice mugshot! don't get bummed out! >> jimmy: it was a mess! >> remember the one where it was like, some guy in congress -- >> jimmy: he got a -- >> he got a mugshot, no, he was super happy. you were like, "oh, boy." >> jimmy: jim morrison did the cross-eyed one, that was good. all right, ready? just bit into a lemon. [ light laughter ] [ laughter ] 1, 2, 3. [ laughter and applause ] [ cheers ] [ buzzer ] >> i kind of feel like we were both doing de niro a little bit. >> jimmy: it was like almost a a little sam laurel as well. >> lot of chins in that one. >> jimmy: lot of chins. >> lot of chins. >> jimmy: lot of chins, yeah. >> so many chins. >> jimmy: what do we got? guitar solo. >> oh!
>> jimmy: oh. >> well, now you're a guitar player, so, this might be a a little unfair. >> jimmy: a little advantage -- >> now let's -- should we make it -- should we double down on this? van halen solo? we do the eddie van halen face? >> jimmy: okay, eddie van halen's face. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: 1, 2, 3. ♪ [ laughter and applause ] [ buzzer ] >> that -- that is -- that is terrible. i just saw -- i just saw "hot for teacher." so, that's a great video. >> jimmy: that's the greatest of great. >> what's it going to be? >> jimmy: surprised fish. [ laughter ] >> like a fish that's like, "oh, no, i just got caught." >> jimmy: yeah, surprise -- or like a birthday party, they're having a birthday party for the fish and it's like, "surprise!" >> "surprise!" >> jimmy: [ speaking underwater ] "surprise, dude. happy birthday." >> okay. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah.
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after super models on the planet. she's also starring in "the layover," hitting theaters september 1st and currently available on directv. please welcome kate upton! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i always love seeing you. it is always so fun when you come on the show. thank you so much for coming back. >> oh, i'm so excited. last time i was on in orlando. it was so much fun. >> jimmy: you beat me at a a dance competition. which surprise, surprise. but yeah. >> yeah, i was very surprised but im sure you were shocked. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my. and then before that you beat me in flip cup. >> yes. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah, we should play that again. >> jimmy: i'll do that again with you. yeah. >> oh, yeah? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i can't believe -- that was the worst i i've ever been beaten in my life. you just like -- >> yeah, i like to repeat games that i'm really good at. [ laughter ] and i never play games that i -- >> jimmy: are you a competitive in real life? >> oh, yeah, i'm very
competitive. like, even at family functions, we'll be playing corn hole and i'll be excited that i won. and i beat my parents, i'm jumping up and down and sprained my ankle whenever -- >> jimmy: what? >> and, like, if anyone knows corn hole it's not an active game at all. >> jimmy: no, yeah. [ light laughter ] you don't get injured playing corn hole. >> i am pretty sure i'm the only person who's ever sprained their ankle playing corn hole. >> jimmy: it's bean bag game, yeah. >> yeah, you just stand there and throw bags it into a hole. >> jimmy: yeah and you broke your ankle. >> yeah. >> jimmy: perfect. >> it's fun. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: are you competitive with your boyfriend? >> oh yes, justin and i are very competitive. actually, we kind of figured out a relationship hack i guess, and we can only be on the same team. otherwise we literally zone in on the other person and fight the entire time, even playing, like, heads up. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: heads up. you really have to be on the same team for heads up as well? >> yep, for sure. >> jimmy: how does golf work? you just -- because you're golfing with him, as well, right? >> oh, yeah.
>> jimmy: no? >> yeah. i mean -- >> jimmy: you're just learning? >> he's kind of helping me. he's so good at golf and i'm learning. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but -- >> jimmy: but you learn from the best. >> yeah, so that's why -- any time justin gets mad that i'm like not catching onto something or not as good as him, i'm like, "you know, arnold palmer found the time to teach me. [ light laughter ] maybe you should." >> jimmy: i mean, yeah, arnold palmer taught you how to golf. that is insane. >> yes, i don't want to be, like, i'm his prodigy, because i'm definitely not that good but he did give me a golf lesson. >> jimmy: where? >> at bay hill. >> jimmy: in orlando, right? >> yes. exactly. >> jimmy: wow! >> we met there. and it was so much fun. >> jimmy: did you get to spend time with him after? >> yeah, we had dinner after. i ordered an arnold palmer. >> jimmy: yeah, of course. [ laughter ] >> it's only the highlight of my -- >> jimmy: you have to. yeah, i'll have a him. >> yeah. [ laughter ] did he get one himself? >> yes. he got one for himself, as well. and i found this out that arnold palmer always puts vodka in his arnold palmer. [ light laughter ] so i can't call them a a john daly. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, people call that a john daly. >> yeah, no, no, no.
he does it. it's so un-arnold palmer. >> jimmy: really? >> it's like -- yeah, it's like the orginal arnold palmer. >> jimmy: go arnie. oh, my gosh, i did not know that. so good. so we have to play golf. i play golf. i'm awful. >> i just suddenly just got so scared because i feel like this might be the first time you beat me at something. [ laughter ] [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. i am ready to rematch you in flip cup, whenever you want to do it. [ light laughter ] any time you want. i want to -- you have been on so many covers of magazines. congratulations. i mean, you're just the best. >> thank you. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: three-time, sports illustrated. when was the first time you realized that you made it, like, this is big? >> well, i think the first time i really felt like, "wow, this is it" was -- and anyone living in manhattan knows that when i got a unit with a washer and dryer inside the apartment. [ laughter ] i was like -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: that is the best. >> i am here. >> jimmy: that's a game changer. >> yeah, i was like, "i can wash my socks in my apartment?" >> jimmy: you start crying, "i love you, washer." >> exactly. >> jimmy: but didn't your -- don't you have a family history of the washing machine?
>> yes, yes. >> jimmy: this is really good trivia. is it your grandfather or great -- >> yeah, my great grandfather and his brother are credited for inventing the modern washing machine. [ audience ohs ] yes. >> jimmy: frederick upton and lou upton is the -- 1911. it's called the upton machine. >> yes, he made life a lot easier for a lot of people. >> jimmy: for a lot of people. [ light laughter ] >> especially me. no. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's just unbelievable. that's amazing. >> yeah, it's really cool. cool piece of knowledge. >> jimmy: are you doing films, as well, now? is that -- are you doing -- because i know you're still modeling but you're doing films, as well. >> yes, yes. i have, you know, "the layover," that's out now. >> jimmy: tell me that this is william h. macy directing it? >> yes. >> jimmy: i love that guy. >> i know, he is such a talent. i mean, it was so awesome to work with him. and the team he put together was awesome with -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> alex daddario and matt barr, molly shannon. >> jimmy: oh, i love molly shannon so much. >> i love her! >> jimmy: i could watch her read a phone book. [ laughter ] i think she is like my favorite person. >> she is the best and she's the nicest person. and, like, going from watching her on "snl" as a kid and now
being able to, like, work with her. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i was just basically starstruck the whole time. >> jimmy: were you doing her character? >> i got a little stage fright. >> jimmy: really? >> i didn't want to superstar her. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you going to go to -- the mary katherine gallagher. yeah. exctly, yeah. [ laughter ] she's good, though. explain about the film is about, "the layover." >> it is about two girls, you know, who are kind of in a rut in life, in their 20s, trying to figure out their next step. and they decide that the way to get out of the rut is to go to florida and have a great time. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and spend probably the rest of their money. but unfortunately they have an interesting layover twist. >> jimmy: yeah. >> the whole thing. >> jimmy: all right, i want to show a clip. here's kate upton and alexandra daddario in "the layover." take a look. >> kate, wake up. >> why, is there a fire? >> no. there's no fire. >> what's wrong? what's going on? we're screwed up -- our lives, things aren't going well. >> is it really 4:15? >> remember in ninth grade when you got stung by that jellyfish and i peed on you and you got really mad. >> did you take one of my pills? >> you were really mad until it stopped hurting, right? >> yeah.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we are now joined by the host of one of the most popular diy and life hacking channels on youtube. he has over 8 million subscribers and nearly 1.5 billion views. welcome grant thompson everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: grant thompson, thank you for being here. i appreciate it. >> it's good to be here. >> jimmy: thank you for stopping by. >> thank you. >> jimmy: now you call yourself the king of random. that's how you find it on youtube. the king of random. why? >> the king of random, that's
correct, but that was actually a name that was given to me, jimmy, by some friends of mine. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah, i kind of went through a phase where i was really obsessed about random projects, experiments, and life hacks. kind of like following my childhood dream to become like macgyver. so that's what coined the phrase the king of random. >> jimmy: we're going to show some cool things tonight, very macgyver-ish. >> that's right. >> jimmy: there are two life hacks here. let's see first one. what is this? >> all right, so what we've got here, this is, like, to set the stage for you here, if you're at a party, a picnic. >> jimmy: yeah. >> or just hanging out with some friends. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you got the chips out on the table, people are reaching in there, you're getting all that zesty, cheesy stuff all over your arm. >> jimmy: that's half the fun of it, yeah. [ laughter ] >> you know, i've also seen other people, they take bowls -- they lay out the bowls, they dump all the chips in the bowl. the problem is you don't know what chips are which. you don't know what you're getting. it's kind of like the lottery. right? so here's how we're going to solve that problem. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is it very dark or something? you can't -- [ laughter ] can't see the chips? >> is it regular, is it salt and vinegar, you don't -- they're not labeled is what i'm saying, all right, work with me, everybody. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: tricky friends you have there, yeah. [ laughter ] >> so here's what we're going to do, before you open it up.
>> jimmy: okay, don't open that. >> turn your chip bag upside down. >> jimmy: already it's a hat. >> boom. [ laughter ] everything falls to the bottom, we push in the corners in like this. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and now when you place it down on the table, the chip bag is going to keep itself upright like that. cool? >> jimmy: uh-huh, yeah. >> and we're going to open this all the way like you normally would. >> jimmy: yeah. >> we're going to roll down the edges. this is just going to give it some decoration. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and prevent your hand from having to dive all the way down that bag. >> jimmy: okay. >> it's also going to give it a a nice little silver lining, a a little decorative trim. >> jimmy: i went the other way, but okay, yeah, i got it. [ laughter ] >> all right, there you go. >> jimmy: i want more of an orange lining. yeah. >> all right, well, either way works. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so just like that, you now have a -- basically you have a a bowl that's going to -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now that's a party right there! this is going to put the chip bowl industry out of business. [ light laughter ] now i got to admit that's pretty genius but speaking of genius, i have a hack, as well, right. because we're eating these chips like -- [ light laughter ] [ indiscernible ] what are these chips? what are these? [ indiscernible ] [ laughter ] >> you got that cheese sauce. >> jimmy: you got the cheese all over yourself. so what you do is --
[ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] this is called wet nap chaps. >> oh, yeah. [ laughter ] but while you're eating all these things you're like, "ah, dude, i got stuff to do." you're like, "no, no biggie. no biggie." [ laughter and applause ] just wipe it right off right there. clean it right off. and then go back to the rodeo and you have -- [ cheers and applause ] ♪ all right, what else we got? what else we got here? >> well, i -- >> jimmy: no, you can't do it. no, you can't >> that's good. my mind is blown, jimmy, and i'm taking notes. >> jimmy: thank you, buddy. >> all right, next one. do you like tacos, jimmy? >> jimmy: i enjoy tacos, yeah. >> all right, so -- >> jimmy: i have parties sometimes it's so dark know if they're tacos. [ laughter ] i don't know what i'm eating. >> when you see your tacos, you know one problem you have is when you're loading these things up. it's really hard to do with one hand, especially if you're using a salsa or dropping some guac in there. one handed. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you're flinging it all over the place. >> jimmy: i put a lot of ingredients in mine. >> grab a fork. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> next time, jimmy, and all we're going to do is take that fork here, and take the tie and you're just going to push it right into the bottom there. >> jimmy: okay. >> and set that on the plate.
there we go, boom, all right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: then you do that, then you can just load it right up both hands. >> you can double fist it. >> jimmy: i love that. >> rolled up the way you like it. it's perfect. >> jimmy: i think that's genius. all right, what else you got? >> perfect, all right, so in august it gets really hot. >> jimmy: that's the truth. >> we -- >> jimmy: oh, i love this hack! >> yes, it's going to be a way to keep your water chilled. because, you know, some people i've seen put their water bottles in the freezer to freeze them completely solid. that way they go out jogging and it freezes, they got cold water but then you got that big piece of ice. >> jimmy: yeah. >> clunking around inside. you know, and if you don't freeze water, you got warm water and who likes that? >> jimmy: no. >> so here's what you do. take your water bottle, turn it on the side and fill it up so there's just enough water that it doesn't spill out. or doesn't spill out the neck of the bottle. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> you're going to stick that in your freezer for a couple of hours. >> jimmy: brilliant. >> and after it freezes you're going to have a solid chunk of ice right down the side of the bottle. now check this out, jimmy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is great. >> this is for you. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so now, if you did it right, when you take the top off your bottle, you look down inside an it's unobstructed. you go ahead and pour your water and you got more surface area from the ice. so, you've got -- >> jimmy: i mean, this is a -- >> instantly chilled water, ready to go.
just give it a little swirl. two seconds and it is ice cold. >> jimmy: i mean how cool -- [ cheers and applause ] that is a life -- you got hacked! you just got hacked! [ laughter ] now i got another good one here. because it's august, everyone's out, everyone's taking selfies. they're bringing their selfie sticks. how can you make your selfies more exciting, jimmy, how do you do it? i'll tell you. [ laughter ] i invented this thing called the mick nick selfie stick. now what you do is you grab a a selfie stick, right? you glue your favorite pictures of mick jagger and nick jonas to it. [ laughter ] and then you get in there -- [ applause ] and you're like -- [ camera shutter sound ] [ cheers and applause ] >> that's good. [ camera shutter sound ] >> jimmy: then you always have fun hanging out with mick jagger and nick jonas. the mick nick selfie stick. >> you make yourself look famous. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. i'm taking it to "shark tank." all right. [ laughter ] now we have time for one more and, please, do not try this at home. but this is the coolest hack ever. >> one of my favorites. >> jimmy: this is why you're the king of random.
here we go. >> we're going to show you how to turn -- well, how to make a a survival fire using nothing but a gum wrapper and a a battery. >> jimmy: a gum wrapper to make a flame. if say you're, like, surviving -- you're out in the woods and you got to make a a fire to survive, you need those gum wrapper ones, the metal gum wrappers. >> that's right. now this is one of those things you shouldn't try at home. >> jimmy: yep. >> it's inspired by prisoners, actually, who couldn't get access to matches and needed to light up their cigarettes. so -- [ laughter ] ingenuity! >> jimmy: okay. >> we have these metal gum wrappers here. when you unwrap the gum -- >> jimmy: yep. >> basically when you lay it down, if you cut it gingerly you can cut it into three or four different strips. and if you cut the sides, you can make these little hour glass shapes here. >> jimmy: mm-hmm. >> basically make yourself an improvised lighter. now take your double-a battery, which most appliances will have. you know, your nose trimmer. whatever the case may be. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what's wrong with you man? >> you stick the metal end -- >> jimmy: nose trimmer. >> all right, we're going to stick the metal end of the battery on one side, we're going to stick the metal end on the other side. and if you hold it -- >> jimmy: look at this. [ audience ohs ] look, this is real. guys, he just did that! [ cheers and applause ] light this. light this. can you light that on fire? >> all right. >> jimmy: this is so cool! how did you even know to do
this. i love this. >> you're out in the woods, your plane just crashed, you gather up a little bit of straw -- >> jimmy: hey, let's think more positive. when you're camping. how about you're camping? [ light laughter ] l >> so we're going to get some straw together and -- get a flame. >> jimmy: oh! [ audience ohs ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ that's what i'm talking about! [ cheers and applause ] that is what i'm talking about! grant thompson, everybody! subscribe to his channel at the king of random on youtube. we'll be right back, everybody. that was great! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: my thanks to jon hamm, kate upton, triple h. [ cheers and applause ] grant thompson once again, everybody, the king of random. and the roots right there from philidelphia, pennsylvania. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." right, seth? thank you for watching. have a great weekend. i hope to see you next week. bye-bye everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- billy eichner. star of "the ashley graham project," model ashley graham. music from the all-american rejects. featuring the 8g band with venzella joy. ♪ [ 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 ] great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. "the new york times" published a story yesterday, claiming the top aides to vice president mike pence, have told donors that he may run for president in 2020. he's even got a slogan. [ laughter ]