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to return home, there was nothing left. they found their wedding rings, though they're now with their newborn baby, named jackson. >> when jackson comes of age he can intern here. jeff ranieri. >> it's going to be smoky across the bay area, we're looking ahead to the gusty wind event saturday. gusts 15 to 40 miles per hour, that's going to be are a huge danger on the fire lines. we could see more evacuations on the fire line. >> we'll continue to update our twitter feeds and website. we'll see you tomorrow night. ♪ >> 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 -- miles teller, pink, "jeopardy"
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champ austin rogers, musical guest, william patrick corgan, andeaturing the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 757. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. i feel the love right now. i give it right back to you. i feel the love. welcome to the "the tonight show," everybody. this is it. you're here. [ cheers and applause ] "the tonight show." oh, my goodness.
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thank you for being with us. we have a great show tonight, but here's what people are talking about. first, let's talk about this. it's a big story right now. there's this "vanity fair" article about the white house. they say that trump's becoming unhinged. [ laughter ] >> steve: now? >> jimmy: now, yeah. [ laughter ] he's apparently becoming unhinged. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: they said that he's recently -- he walks around the white house and he shouted, i hate everyone in the white house. [ laughter ] but later he clarified his remarks saying, "except for me. i still like me a lot." [ cheers and applause ] when i'm here -- when i'm here, i'm family. that's what he said. >> steve: that's what he said? >> jimmy: when i'm here, i'm family. >> steve: wow, the olive garden? >> jimmy: it's the olive garden slogan, yeah. [ laughter ] breadsticks? unlimited breadsticks. what are you doing? apparently, yeah, he had an outburst, and yelled, i hate everyone in the white house. like he just said it. outburst. mike pence tried to calm him down. trump said, "go way, you're not even my real dad." [ laughter and applause ] no -- are you?
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also, the article also said that trump, and chief of staff john kelly, have gotten into a a lot of shouting matches. [ audience oohs ] one time, trump got so angry, he punched the tiniest hole in the wall. >> steve: really? [ laughter and applause ] bink. bink. >> jimmy: yeah, in fact, he used it to look at the eclipse. [ laughter ] he was -- he was mad. >> steve: he's mad -- how mad is he? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: unlimited bread sticks. [ laughter ] a lot of insiders are saying that trump seemed very distracted lately. it might be true. check him out today. he's at the white house. this is a real video. we didn't do anything to this. he is signing an executive order on health care. watch this video. >> appreciate it. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] thank you very much. thank you, everybody. >> mr. president, you need to sign it. [ laughter ] >> most important thing. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah. oh, yeah. oh yeah, i've got to -- forgot to sign, what he was
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signing. he didn't sign -- he just started wandering around. [ laughter ] he's like a roomba that gets stuck in a corner, and you have to, like, pick it up and aim at the window. [ laughter ] you're supposed to do the job. [ applause ] but hey, this is cool, guys. i saw that ikea is teaming up with amazon to sell it's furniture online. [ cheers ] they say it's perfect for the couples who want to argue in the comfort of their own home. [ laughter ] no, i want the flugen. honey, i think we should get the glugen. [ laughter ] i think the glugen will work perfect in the living room. finally, a new study finds that parents do actually have a a favorite child. [ audience oohs ] the survey also finds that if you have to ask, it ain't you. [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, we have a huge show tonight. we love this guy. he is a fantastic actor. he has two new movies coming out. "only the brave," and "thank you for your service," miles teller is here tonight. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: plus, she is a a grammy-award winning artist whose new album, "beautiful trauma," will be available tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] she is the musical guest this weekend on "saturday night live" with host kumail nanjiani. pink is stopping by, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] "beautiful trauma." >> steve: oh, sounded great. >> jimmy: we love -- we love pink. also joining us tonight, he's a a pop culture sensation. he's super intelligent, and he's actually a friend of mine, "jeopardy" champion, austin rogers is here! >> steve: yeah! come on. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's the guy everybody's talking about.
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he's -- i love him, and we have great music tonight from william patrick corgan right here. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: william patrick corgan. do you want to hear a taste of william patrick corgan? >> steve: i would appreciate it. >> jimmy: produced by rick rubin. >> steve: rick rubin did it. must be awesome. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: crank it up, dude. ♪ ♪ if i'm leaving you without return a snare ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: sounds a little bit like billy corgan. >> steve: it does. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: well, it's not. william patrick corgan is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] billy should -- should sue this guy. >> steve: yeah, he should sue that guy, man. sounds just like him. >> jimmy: i know he does. guys, it is time for "tonight show" hashtags. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ hashtags hashtags ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: now, we do this thing every wednesday where i send out a hashtag, and we ask you guys -- [ cheers and applause ] to respond to that topic so since fall is officially here, i sent out a hashtag called #fallsongs, and i asked you guys to send us funny fall-themed songs. within 30 minutes, it was a a trending topic in the u.s., so thank you for playing along with us. [ cheers and applause ] we love it. we really love it. thank you for doing this. now i thought i'd share some of my favorite fall songs from you guys, and here to help me out, and sing them, is one of our guests tonight. as i said, her new album, "beautiful trauma," comes out tomorrow. ladies and gentlemen, pink! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: oh, wow. >> jimmy: i love you, i love you. [ cheers and applause ] pink, thank you for being here. we -- we love you. [ cheers and applause ] come on, that's what i'm talking about. all right, these are fall-themed songs. pink, are you ready for this? >> i think so. >> jimmy: all right. here we go.
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this first one is from @rockatbrock. >> steve: rocket brock. >> jimmy: not rocket brock. rock at brock. >> steve: oh, he's at brock. >> jimmy: not rocket brock. >> steve: oh, 'cause i know rocket brock. >> jimmy: that's like a term -- >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: that's like a term -- >> steve: hey, rock it brock! yeah. rock it, brock. >> jimmy: no, this is rock at brock. >> steve: okay. >> jimmy: he says -- ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: what's going on? >> steve: whoa. >> jimmy: what are you doing? that's unbelievable. the roots and pink have to release that. >> steve: rock it. they rock it, brock. >> jimmy: ah, i love it. rock it, brock.
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this one is from @j.wittle87, and she says -- ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: keep me from jumping in leaves, babe. man, you are so good. oh, my gosh. this one is from @carec11carec. she says -- ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: i can't take it. i could do this the whole show. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: this is unbelievable. i'm freaking out right now. >> steve: oh, my god. >> jimmy: this is so great. [ cheers and applause ] you are so good. all right, this one -- this is from @lyshaa g. >> steve: lyshaa g? >> jimmy: yeah, there's like, a a couple a's there. >> steve: not lysha g? so it's like lyshaa g. >> jimmy: g. >> steve: like what's up, g. >> jimmy: it's like, rock it brock. [ light laughter ] but instead of rock it brock -- >> steve: rock it, brock. >> jimmy: you say, lyshaa g? [ laughter ] >> steve: lyshaa g? >> jimmy: lyshaa g? this one's from @lyshaa g. >> steve: rock it, brock. >> jimmy: she says -- [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love it. i would -- you have to do these songs. i love every one of these songs. >> steve: come on! it's like a concert. >> jimmy: your voice is amazing. i would buy every one of these songs. i love all of these. [ light laughter ] this one's from @radiogurlmel and she says -- ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: ooh, ooh. i love that one too! i love that one too. this one is from @amymeck. she says -- ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, come on. >> steve: come on. come on! >> jimmy: that was fantastic. that was good. those harmonies were good on that one. i know exactly. you know, some people call me maurice. this one is from @caromontesquieu. >> steve: monesquieu? >> jimmy: yeah, it is montesquieu. >> steve: isn't it? like old timey. i've only heard that in old timey comics. >> jimmy: but how would you know that that's how it was spelled? i mean, you can't see it from there. >> steve: i saw it on the cue card over there. [ laughter ] over there. >> jimmy: it is, i forget we have cue cards. [ laughter ] i was like -- >> steve: got the jump on you, dude. >> jimmy: i was like how did he even guess that -- yeah, you're right. it is -- >> steve: i rocked it, brock. >> jimmy: spelled montesquieu. [ light laughter ] >> steve: lyshaa g. >> jimmy: this one here is from @caromontesquieu. >> steve: oh, good. [ laughter ]
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i love her. love her. >> jimmy: she says -- ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: come on. these is -- orange bottoms. oh, my gosh. this is great. this last one is from -- is a a song from pink, and it is from @rassmusenkandi. she says -- ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there you have it. those are our "tonight show" hashtags! [ cheers and applause ] my thanks to pink! we're talking to her a little later in the show. you are the best.
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imagine what we can do for you. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a a very talented actor. he has two incredible films coming out, both based on true stories. "only the brave" hits theaters october 20th, and "thank you for your service" is out october 27th. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome miles teller! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: miles! [ cheers and applause ]
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that's how you make an entrance right there. >> the best, man. >> jimmy: thank you my brother. >> yeah, for sure. >> jimmy: i appreciate it. i got to say, first of all, thank you for coming back to the show. >> yeah, absolutely. >> jimmy: we love having you here. i want to talk about your movies. you have two giant films based on true stories. but i think even a bigger story is that, congratulations, you got engaged, buddy. >> yeah, i did. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's a big deal!. ♪ >> yeah, yeah. had to do it, man. >> jimmy: did it go according to plan? did you know -- did you ever see yourself as a -- as an adult going, "oh -- oh, this is how i'm going to get engaged?" when you're young -- younger miles teller. >> well i think when i was like 15, they said write a -- it's like you're 25-years-old, where are you at? i was like, "i'm going to be married with three kids" and all this stuff. then you get to 25, you're like, "i've seen nothing." even at 30 -- you're still -- it's like -- i had a different idea of what 30 was. but you still feel pretty young. but no, i mean -- i proposed to her on an african safari. >> jimmy: how old are you now? >> 30. >> jimmy: you are 30. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. yeah, you are. oh yeah, so you haven't seen what -- >> i haven't seen anything. >> jimmy: no, no. you're right. no, this -- get ready. >> no, i really don't -- >> jimmy: get ready. oh my god, i'm 59 and i just --
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>> oh, maybe just now. >> jimmy: i mean just -- >> coming into your own. >> jimmy: like a lot -- lot of surgery. but, yeah. >> it looks good. >> jimmy: thank you so much. >> it looks good. >> jimmy: i started with this side of the face and then i'm gonna go with this side later. >> that sides got to catch up a a little bit. >> jimmy: yeah, a little bit. thank you. but you did something i couldn't believe it. you -- after, you were on a a safari in africa. >> on an african safari. yeah. >> jimmy: oh, that's pretty -- >> i don't know if i would recommend it. it was -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: was it frightening? >> i mean, it was beautiful and everything, but yeah. then we're -- you know, it's like we're doing kind of an impromptu engagement shoot as our game guide is like putting down his gun for a second and looking around. then we're trying to take photos and there's elephants coming in. and usually there's other animals kind of following the elephants and stuff. >> jimmy: well you can't -- you can't get out of the jeep. >> we got out. yeah for sure. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no. no, you can't do that. >> if -- if the girl wants photos, you have to -- >> jimmy: yeah, that's true. that's true. you have to get out of the jeep. i didn't think about that. you're right. yeah. >> i was like, "all right, yeah." i've come this far, i'm not gonna -- >> jimmy: what did you do with the rose? first of all -- >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: can we say -- can we say her name? i don't know want to -- >> it's kelly. >> jimmy: all right. kelly, there you go. >> yeah, she -- yeah. >> jimmy: but, look at this,
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now what -- >> so, yeah. >> jimmy: first of all -- >> that's kelly. >> jimmy: that -- that ain't cheap right there. [ laughter ] first of all, hey oh! but what is the -- >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: how did you do this? and what is this part? >> so we had the guy, our game guide, john d. shout out to molori safari. this dude was just like -- he was awesome. but yeah, so i had him -- you do like a coffee break after you do the morning sunrise safari and i said, "all right, well we're going to be at -- tie a rose to a tree and then put this note on there, which is that note." and, yeah, so we had our coffee break and she sees the flower. she thought somebody had died. she thought it was like a -- [ light laughter ] like she thought it was like an in memoriam kind of thing. like, oh my god. and i'm just like staring. >> jimmy: you're like, "no, no. go look at this note. go look at the note." >> yeah, no. just go look at the note. >> jimmy: i don't want to get sad. i want to see elephants. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's go look at the flowers. >> yeah. yeah, basically. >> jimmy: i think it's -- but it's romantic. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's like a date that you -- >> so then i said, write on a a note, write, our anniversary, which was may 11, 2013, and then the day it was. and i said, "well, this was the first day i asked you to be my girlfriend and today was the last day you woke up as my girlfriend."
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[ audience awws ] yeah. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. >> jimmy: yes, yes. a thousand times yes! >> yeah. >> jimmy: yes. >> thank you so much -- you know, she watches "the bachelorette" and stuff. >> jimmy: who doesn't? >> she felt like she had won -- yeah, i know. honestly, i do watch all that. >> jimmy: i do. i could talk to you for three hours. >> "bachelor in paradise." like oh, that's so fun -- she thought she had won, you know, because she had a rose. she had a rose. >> jimmy: exactly. yeah. has a theme to it. >> it was like a whole thing, yeah. >> jimmy: but i don't know how you're going to top africa, man. that's going to be something. >> yeah. >> jimmy: honeymoon in space, i guess the only thing to do. [ laughter ] i got to go to space. >> yeah, well i'm -- i'm broke. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. well, let's talk about your films. you've got two films based on a a true story and this is a -- they're really both intense. >> yeah. >> jimmy: "thank you for your that one? >> for sure. >> jimmy: man, oh man. talk about -- that -- that was a deep one. that was a tough one. >> yeah, i mean, it's -- you know, it's tough, right, because we're still in this war, and i -- it doesn't matter what you think about it, but we've been in it for 16 years. this war absolutely defines my generation, you know, and a lot of vets, you know, vietnam and
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world war ii guys, it was like, don't talk about it or, you know, how the vietnam guys came back, there wasn't a ticker tape parade and you know the baby boom. it was -- they came back and they were getting accosted, you know? and so it was tough. but look we have hundreds of thousands of -- i think 500,000 from this war alone coming back with post-traumatic stress. and it's just something that's not talked about. 22 vets a day are taking their life. it's messed up, man. you know, like they're in war and then they get back and there's no reintegration program. there's no transition. it's says, "okay, we'll take your gun, we'll take your uniform, go back home, get a a job at like walmart or home depot or something, man." it's tough for them to get jobs. >> jimmy: sure. >> and they're just kind of forgotten about. like, so it's -- that's what this movie is about. >> jimmy: you -- you met the gentleman you're playing. >> yes. yeah. adam schumann. staff sergeant army. did three deployments in iraq and they were -- and these deployments themselves were like 12 to 15 months. so just imagine being over there, being -- having to be in that mindset every minute of the day for 12, 15 months, your buddy just died, maybe, and it's not like they -- you don't
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have this time to grieve. it's like everyone's crying after loading up their guns to go back out there and it's tough, man. so i just really felt for this guy. a lot of my buddies are military. i have so much respect for them, regardless of what you think about -- because a lot of times soldiers are used as pawns like for this political party or as this movie propaganda. >> jimmy: no, no. >> it's not. these are our countrymen that are going out there and to me that's what that flag represents, the guy to the left of you and the guy to the right of you, regardless of how you feel about congress, and if they're helping you out. it's about, you know, the fellow man, and so -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, for real. >> like everybody -- yeah. as adam would say, he said, "everybody's green in the army." like, it doesn't matter, your race, religion, like nothing. and these guys, you know they're -- they're brothers. you know, brothers and sisters out there so it's -- that film's very important. yeah. >> jimmy: you did a great job. and then "only the brave." >> yeah, this is another one. >> jimmy: i don't -- i was like -- this is another one where you go, like, well, this is based on a true story. but i didn't know about -- >> yeah, it's based on a true
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story. you know -- and there's a lot of wildfires going off right now in california. the guys who are out there, men and women, who are doing it they're called -- they're "hotshots." that's our top line of defense and they're the wildfire -- yeah, first line of defense for wildfire. and about five and a half years ago there was a fire in arizona where 19 of the 20 men lost their lives. they were called "the granite mountain hotshots." they were about a bunch of -- can i say bad asses? because i just did it. they were. they were a bunch of bad asses. [ laughter ] and -- and yeah. so we told -- you know, we told their story and it's -- yeah, you know, it's -- if you knew the ending or not, spoiler, but it's -- you know, a lot of the movie's just about family and brotherhood and this close-knit group and they've never been put on screen before so i just felt -- yeah, again, i felt proud to -- to represent these guys, man. they're incredible. >> jimmy: also give them credit with the respect they deserve. and they never get the spotlight shone on them. you know? >> yeah and they -- they don't want it. >> jimmy: they don't even want it. >> even soldiers, like when you say, "thank you for your service," it's like that's the beginning and an end to a a conversation. it's your way of kind of relieving any guilt. but that soldier doesn't know
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what to say to it. these guys don't know what to say to it. it's in their job description. it's more like, you know, they appreciate when you say, "hey, man, welcome home." like, adam is teared up when a a guy just shook his hand and said, "welcome home." you know, so that's what it's about, these are our -- you know these are real life heroes and i know everybody -- once escaping those, you know superheroes, i've been a part of that world as well. but these are, you know, these are the men and women who are doing it, are first responders, and yeah. if you don't appreciate them, your value system's messed up. but this movie's our way of kind of -- this movie's kind of a way of bringing it to light. yeah. [ applause ] >> jimmy: good for you. >> all good. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there's also a -- there's a donation piece to this movie. >> yeah. >> jimmy: if you go to the film's website, which is, you can help support the firefighters, towns, and families that are impacted in these tragedies. i want to show everyone a clip. here's miles teller in "only the brave." check this out.
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>> whoa, whoa, whoa! >> what? >> where's your chinstrap? >> my what? >> your chin link! >> you can't fly without a a strap, cody! >> i don't know if i got it, man. >> i got no time for this. set him up. >> cody, i think this is yours. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: miles teller, everybody! "only the brave." >> go eagles! >> jimmy: it's in theaters next friday, and "thank you for your service" is out october 27th. we'll be right back with pink, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a grammy-winning artist whose new album "beautiful trauma" will be available tomorrow. this weekend, she is a musical guest on "saturday night live" with host kumail nanjiani. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome pink! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: thank you for being here. >> thanks for having me back. >> jimmy: thank you for coming back. congrats on the new album. >> that was fun. >> jimmy: and thank you for doing that with the roots. that was so fun. [ cheers and applause ] i will tell you -- i mean, i will tell you, this is just a a geek-out moment. but we were rehearsing right before the show and i got to rehearse with you and the roots and like, just having you sing alanis -- >> so fun. >> jimmy: and everything -- >> that was my favorite. >> jimmy: oh my god. the alanis one i was like --
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>> that was good. >> jimmy: that was so rad. everyone was great. and then i got to see your husband and your mom backstage. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so cute. but man, oh man, talk about cute. your little baby. >> my bean. >> jimmy: i mean, how old is bean? >> my meatball. >> jimmy: how old is the meatball? [ laughter ] i can't -- i can't call him meatball. >> meatball. he's nine-and-a-half months. [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: he is the cutest baby. i saw -- >> he really is. >> jimmy: i saw a cute little round head. he's so bald and cute. >> he's like an old man. >> jimmy: he's happy, big smile on his face. >> he has a shriveled butt. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the best face. and he must be -- he's so lucky to have you as a mom. i mean you got to -- >> i mean -- >> jimmy: you're cool. >> i'm glad i have that recorded. i can play that back to him one day. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: before therapy. he said, "i was going to be --" no. >> what do you see when you look at this picture? >> jimmy: but you -- do you sing lullabies to him and -- >> i try to. he cries when i sing. [ laughter ] whoops, he has since birth. [ laughter ] it's kind of rough.
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he likes "row, row, row your boat" so he'll allow that one. >> jimmy: oh, that's a classic. >> it's a classic. >> jimmy: little repetitive. >> and i have to -- >> jimmy: little repetitive. >> little repetitive. so i have to keep going up a a notch. ♪ row row row your boat gently down the stream ♪ ♪ merrily merrily merrily live is but a dream ♪ ♪ row row your boat gently down the stream ♪ ♪ row row row your boat gently down ♪ ♪ row row row your boat and get as high as i possibly can. >> jimmy: oh my god. >> and then it's over. and then he cries. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean, come on. and how is the other baby, though? >> my 6-year-old teenager? >> jimmy: 6-years-old now? >> she's so radical. >> jimmy: she's so cute. i love her. this is a picture from the vmas. [ audience aws ] oh my goodness. the whole -- what a great family. [ applause ] >> look at that face too. >> jimmy: she's so cute >> she looks like fire starter. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, she's -- we have a video of her singing along -- because you were performing at the vmas. >> yes. >> jimmy: and her singing along, lip syncing every move -- >> that video kills my heart. >> jimmy: with -- >> it's so cute. >> jimmy: her dad behind her. you were performing. can we just show a clip of this?
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>> jimmy: so cute! what about us? [ cheers and applause ] what about us? oh no, i love her! so cute. that's awesome. >> so fun. >> jimmy: let's talk about the new album. >> all right. >> jimmy: "beautiful trauma" right here. here we go. and this is the -- >> vinyl. >> jimmy: yeah, this is the vinyl. i mean, we go old school here. >> vinyl. >> jimmy: we have to go vinyl, yeah. we're psyched about this. tell me about the new single that's coming out. it's you and eminem. >> "revenge." >> jimmy: "revenge." >> yes. i -- >> jimmy: and you got eminem to rap on it. >> i know. i love him so much. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we all do, we all do. but i love you so much too. but you guys -- how did you get him to do this? >> i -- i decided that i would like to have a rap grammy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: roots -- roots can make that happen, man, yeah. >> i was like, "who can get me that? i think --"
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no, but i was drinking a lot of wine when i wrote that song. >> jimmy: when you wrote "revenge." >> and i went home. and i drank more wine. because that's what you do when you drinking wine. >> jimmy: you think that's a a good idea to drink more wine? >> you just forget water's an option. [ laughter ] and then i wrote this long e-mail to marshall. and i was like, "look, i love you. i've always loved you. i loved you since i asked you for your autograph at 2001 gmas." and -- >> jimmy: "you're my best friend." >> "i love -- [ talking over each other ] and i love you" -- people like, rihanna, she's way hotter than me, but i'm funnier. [ laughter ] and i would just need you to listen to this song. and i need you to do it. and he just wrote back, "okay." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he just said, "okay?" >> okay. >> jimmy: you're doing "saturday night live" -- >> yes. >> jimmy: this weekend. >> yes. >> jimmy: that's going to be fun. >> i'm so excited. it's been 12 years. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. wow. has it been 12 years? >> 12 years. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it goes by so fast. >> i know. >> jimmy: you're doing that, but then you're getting ready for a tour. >> i am. >> jimmy: but what are you -- what -- 'cause i -- >> what am i going to do?
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>> jimmy: seriously because i've seen you -- >> i have no idea. >> jimmy: swinging around from crazy stuff and i go, "you'll never top that." and then you swing from something crazier, i go, "oh, you'll never top that." and then like, "please stop, because you're going to get -- this is crazy what you're doing." >> i have -- i hear that there's these drones that can fly a magic carpet. >> jimmy: stop. now, now, now. no, don't you even -- [ laughter ] pink, i don't even want to discuss this. when are you -- you cannot do that. >> there's a cannon. >> jimmy: i'm saying no. and i want video proof of me saying, "don't do that. you're not doing that." [ laughter ] but when is that starting, the tour? >> march 1st in phoenix. >> jimmy: man, congratulations. >> i'm so excited. thanks. >> jimmy: come back safe and sound. i'm going to come see you. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: pink. her new album, "beautiful trauma," is out friday. and don't miss her performing on "saturday night live" this weekend. "jeopardy!" champion austin rogers joins us after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest gained national fame over the past few weeks with an amazing 12-episode winning streak on the legendary tv game show "jeopardy!" please welcome austin rogers! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> how we doing? >> jimmy: austin, this is unbelievable. i -- first of all, let's just go through this. >> i've seen bigger. >> jimmy: no, you've not seen bigger. you did do good. welcome to the show. thank you for coming on. >> of course. >> jimmy: you won 12 shows in a a row and $411,000. fifth most in history for games. and --
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[ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. and -- and if scarlet didn't beat me today, i would have been third all-time. >> jimmy: oh my goodness. scarlet! >> this is your make-up pad. >> jimmy: no -- you don't -- >> you did good. no, she killed -- i didn't lose. she beat me. >> jimmy: oh really. >> she beat me. it's legit. >> jimmy: yeah, she did. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i want to talk about this. because first of all, we know each other. >> yes. >> jimmy: do you remember? >> 15 years, something like that. >> jimmy: do you remember me, old -- old -- your old pal, little jimmy fallon. >> little jimmy -- little jimmy -- little jimmy fallon grows up. gets his own shows. no, i remember -- i remember you -- where did we -- we meet at the gaf. >> jimmy: which is a great bar on 48th between ninth and tenth. is that it? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you worked there. >> i work there. >> jimmy: currently. >> currently, yeah. >> jimmy: so what happened was we were -- we've just been friends -- i would see you there every now and then. and we were doing the monologue the other day, and someone came in and they go, "you got to watch this clip of this guy that's winning 'jeopardy!' everyone's talking about." and i go, "okay."
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so this guy austin from new york. i go, "cool." he's a bartender. i go, "okay. let me look at the clip." i watch and i go, "is that my -- that's my friend austin." >> yeah, yeah! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's my austin. >> that's my baby! >> jimmy: i was very excited about you. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: but you started getting all this pick-up because of the way they would introduce you at the beginning of "jeopardy!" like, "this is 'jeopardy!'" >> "austin rogers, a bartender from new york whose nine-day cash winning total, $332,400." >> that is a long ass time to stare at a camera. >> jimmy: yeah, but i -- >> you're just like staring at, red light, red light, red light, red light, red light. >> jimmy: i know, but aren't you psyched that you're on television? or did you -- does that -- >> oh, no, being on television's great. >> jimmy: but did you understand? >> staring and fake smiling like this -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i know, but -- >> it's terrible. >> jimmy: i want to show -- i want to show a little -- we have a clip of just some highlights from your run on "jeopardy!" these are the intros. check these out. ♪ [ laughter ]
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♪ ♪ ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's a puppy! and then orchestra. there, you got it. all right, good. perfect. [ cheers and applause ] there's so many of those. that made me laugh. the one was, i could totally tell what it was. i don't know if anybody else at home did, but i think you solved a rubik's cube and put it down and said, "i'm done." >> "i'm done." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: 3.4 seconds. >> new world record. >> jimmy: how the hell would anyone guess -- that that's what you're doing, but i go, "oh, he just solved the rubik's cube. put it down." >> i didn't even know what i was doing. >> jimmy: and then you inflated a balloon. you made a balloon animal and then held it up and said, "it's a puppy." [ laughter ] >> and then -- and then my friend's daughter -- and then i went like this, i go -- >> jimmy: oh my goodness. >> bop! and my friend's daughter, she goes, "why'd you pop the puppy?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, see how good you were. how was -- how was alex trebek? do you guys get along? because it seemed like he -- he didn't really -- >> no, we got along fairly well. i still have a theory he's a a hologram. but -- [ laughter ] we got along pretty okay. >> jimmy: you don't think that he's a real human. >> he doesn't exist off that
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stage, man. he comes out when the lights come on. he leaves when the lights are off. i think he's just -- >> jimmy: he's a.i., he's a a computer. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: he's a hologram. >> he's like with tupac and michael jackson, like walking across a hologram stage. you know? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you -- you called him "dude." then i go, "oh, no one calls alex trebek "dude." [ laughter ] no, i mean, i thought he was gonna go over and just like -- >> he's canadian. he won't fight back. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh my goodness. >> if he was american i might of gotten in trouble, but -- >> jimmy: oh my goodness. >> he's like, "oh, sorry." i know, i know. no, he's great. and all joking aside, he's awesome. >> jimmy: he's the best. >> yes. >> jimmy: he's been on the show for years. >> he's a legend. he's a television legend. >> jimmy: absolutely. you're going back november 6th for the tournament of champions. >> i am, i am. >> jimmy: oh my god. that's a big deal. [ cheers and applause ] >> it is a big deal. it's huge! it's huge! >> jimmy: i mean -- here's the deal. now that you're rich -- >> i'm upper middle class. [ laughter ] by -- standards -- yeah -- >> jimmy: well, you got to change your look a little bit.
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>> yeah? >> jimmy: i think so. i think rich people dress differently and so i got you some stuff. >> all right. oh my god. >> jimmy: because i'm looking out for you. this is a gift for you, and there you go. >> okay. wow. that's interesting. should i go -- >> jimmy: well i mean, you can -- well, i mean, this is just -- you know what you do here, go behind -- go backstage. >> let me try it on. let me try it on. let me try it on. >> jimmy: and then -- then i'll re-introduce you. >> yeah, yeah, okay, okay. yeah, yeah, you got it. you got it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you guys get ready. this is the way -- it's the new -- it's a new him. here we go. drum roll, please. [ drum roll ] [ laughter ] [ laughter ] austin. ladies and gentlemen, with 12 consecutive wins and over $400,000 in winnings, put your hands together for "jeopardy!" champion, new york city's own austin rogers! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] my thanks to "jeopardy!" champ,
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight's music guest is a -- he really is a -- he's a musical genius. he's a singer, songwriter, and front man for the
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grammy-winning band the smashing pumpkins. he just released "ogilala," his first solo album in over a a decade. performing "aeronaut," please welcome william patrick corgan. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ i went down the middle the world survives look out son ♪ ♪ the air's alive call it ether elemental eye ♪ ♪ ooh dark nights one magic heart deceives one little mind ♪ ♪ to ease off one silver drum that beats oh ♪ ♪ this mountain's torn from us
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♪ lovers won't you mourn with me lovers won't you ♪ ♪ mourn with me lovers won't you mourn with me ♪ ♪ lovers won't you mourn with me lovers won't you mourn with me ♪ ♪ lovers won't you mourn with me ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: william patrick corgan! [ cheers and applause ] "ogilala" is out now. we'll be right back, everybody. w.p.c. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to miles teller, pink, austin rogers, william patrick corgan right there! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots from philadelphia, pennsylvania. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- gerard butler. comedian and actor patton oswalt. featuring the 8g band with joe russo. ♪ [ 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 ] that's great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. following the aftermath of hurricane maria, president trump tweeted this morning that the white house cannot keep fema, the military, and first responders in puerto rico fore


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