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so it was actually due december 26th, 1917 and it was returned in 2017. >> it's a good thing they waved the fee. fine would have been about $3,000. turns out the woman who checked it out died before she could return it. her grands found it and the name of the very over due book was "40 -- i do not have any old books. i've been super good about returning books. >> i paid my fine. >> thanks for joining us. have a great wednesday. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> steve: from 30 rockefeller plaza here in new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." and now, here he is,
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jimmy fallon [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: that had a little spunk to it. that's what i'm talking about. oh gosh that's what i'm talking about. the love i feel the love right there, give it right back to you. i love you hey, welcome, welcome, please. have a seat. welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. wow! that is a hot -- >> steve: wow! >> jimmy: good-looking crowd right there. oh, my goodness. [ cheers and applause all the other crowds are so jealous right now. look at you guys [ laughter ] welcome, everybody well, you guys, last night, the jets lost to the browns on monday night football 23-3 [ audience oohs and it was embarrassing and hard to watch, just like sean spicer on "dancing with the stars. [ laughter ] it was - you guys see this? last night, sean spicer made his debut on "dancing with the stars," and everyone was talking about his outfit
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take a look at this. oh man [ laughter ] >> steve: oh >> jimmy: he looks like your fun aunt after three wine coolers. you know what i'm saying [ laughter ] he looks like the puffy shirt from "seinfeld" had sex with a a glow stick you know [ laughter ] spicer's shirt actually went viral, and i think one guy is jealous of all the attention cause it's the only way to explain this i mean that's -- [ laughter ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: he shouldn't be doing it [ cheers and applause that's right, sean spicer made his debut on "dancing with the stars" last night. it was so bad, the judges actually turned their chairs around like "the voice." >> steve: really >> jimmy: they didn't even care, yeah [ laughter ] they're changing the rules a lot of people weren't happy that spicer was given a spot on "dancing with the stars" due to his role in the trump administration we got to be careful, or we'll tarnish the great american institution, "dancing with the stars. [ laughter ] let's get to some news here.
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last night trump held a rally in new mexico and he tried to say the name of a county in new mexico, dona ana, but struggled quite a bit with the pronunciation. check it out >> the donana -- [ laughter ] on the border, commissioner -- >> jimmy: thightat's r [ laughter ] next thing trump said was, "this place is donanas [ laughter ] d-o-n-a-n-a. [ cheers and applause ♪ this place is donanas d-o-n-a-n- this place is donana d-o-n-a-n-a-s ♪ [ cheers and applause what else? what else i got? [ laughter ] ♪ donan ooh na na ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ i will deport you from donana ooh na na ♪ come on. but today trump held a a fundraiser in california where he has some of his worst approval ratings it's bad when trump drove by disneyland, mickey mouse said, "if he had a middle finger, he'd be using it." >> steve: really [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i go, yeah "i'd do it again, i don't care."
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[ laughter ] 2020 news last night elizabeth warren held a massive rally right here in new york city. it was a crazy scene check out the scene. oh yeah. [ cheers and applause that's right, warren was so popular, the only way police could get everyone to leave was by saying, "ladies and gentlemen, please welcome new york city mayor, bill de blasio." [ laughter and applause they're running away there's no one here. oh my god. that was fast. [ laughter ] and warren wasn't the only democrat in the park bernie sanders was also there on a bench feeding the pigeons, and muttering to himself, "the top 1% get all the bread crumbs [ laughter ] the top 1% get all the bread crumbs!" [ cheers and applause some tv news, netflix just purchased the exclusive streaming rights to "seinfeld" for over $500 million. [ audience oohs fans heard that and were like, "finally a place to watch "seinfeld" on tv [ laughter ]
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meanwhile, nbc just announced their new streaming service called "peacock. [ cheers ] if you want more -- if you want more information, just google "peacock" and "stream," and that should be the first thing -- [ laughter ] ♪ >> steve: streaming. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: get this, tinder just announced that it will be making its own tv show >> steve: ooh. [ audience oohs it's a tough show to cast, cause everyone who auditioned looked nothing like their head shot [ laughter ] that's right, tinder is getting into scripted television today, they even announced their new series, "law & order: std. [ "law & order" theme sound [ laughter ] we have a great show give it up for the roots right there. come over here come on. [ cheers and applause ♪ [ cheers and applause
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oh oh eddie money. guys, we have a fun show tonight. sarah paulson is here. >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: always fun [ cheers and applause talk with sarah paulson. from the new "downton abbey" movie, michelle dockery is here >> steve: yeah [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh yeah. and we got new music from the lumineers! oh >> steve: oh [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: the lumineers are here "iii!" guys, if you love seeing new inventions and you love brilliant kids, then you're really going to love this. that's right, it's time for another round of "fallonventions. here we go [ cheers and applause ♪ >> steve: welcome to "fallonventions. jimmy fallon's night of inventions ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: now, i love inventions i love inventions, and i'm okay with kids. so we found -- [ laughter ] some of the best and brightest kids out there, and i think you're going to be amazed at what we came up with let's meet our first inventors,
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come on over here, graham and tyler. graham and tyler [ cheers and applause ♪ how are you? how are you doing? how you doing, man which one is graham? which one is tyler >> i'm graham. >> i'm tyler >> jimmy: hey, good, welcome where -- what -- how old are you and where you from >> we're nine years old. >> jimmy: oh, yeah >> we're from novi, michigan >> jimmy: oh cool, that's great. now, what is the name of your invention? >> our invention's name is the "s-cubed." >> jimmy: the "s-cubed." [ laughter ] scubed >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah >> sucks, shakes, and sorts. >> jimmy: sorry? it sucks, shakes, and sorts. >> jimmy: oh [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause after the demo, we'll see if it sucks or not okay [ laughter ] let's see how it works here.
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what is it - what do you do here? what's it for? i like it a lot, i think it's cool [ laughter ] it's not sturdy, though, why is it moving like that? >> because it -- >> so it can vibrate >> jimmy: it's on springs so it can vibrate. okay, that's good, and why does it need to vibrate >> so that it can sort >> so the legos can go through the sorters. >> jimmy: oh, it's for legos okay, show me what's up? so, the legos -- >> pour these on the ground. >> jimmy: so you pour legos -- you want me to do it oh my gosh thanks for - what are you doing [ laughter ] all right, so you got legos on the ground so it's dangerous, and it hurts when you walk barefoot all right, yep, then you turn on the scoop [ vacuum sound ] yeah, all right, good. what are you doing >> hold that up. >> jimmy: hold it up >> yeah. hold it up >> jimmy: that's it? you did it look, can we see it? can we see what it did you did a great job. looks -- [ laughter ] [ applause ] can't wait to buy this what is it >> now you can - >> jimmy: when is it in stores >> turn on the vibrator. >> jimmy: oh, the vibrator wasn't on already?
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[ laughter ] >> that was the sucker >> yeah. [ buzzing [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why are you shaking it [ laughter ] i thought, it looked - for a second it almost looked as if you were shaking the vibrating part [ laughter ] all right, so what -- this row here oh, i see. this sorts all the sizes of legos. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so this can't fit through there, yet this one can. >> sometimes it doesn't work >> jimmy: ah, who cares. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause as long as you tell people that as long as you tell people that before you sell it sometimes that won't work. what's the big deal? [ laughter ] i think it's a great invention i love it, man this is fantastic. [ cheers and applause i love it. i think it's great i love it. thank you very much. the "s-cubed." take it away ♪ hey, before that, i have an invention, too do you want to see this invention? >> sure. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: you don't care >> yeah, we care >> jimmy: no, he doesn't care so much. you don't care, right? no [ laughter ] all right. take care, man, good to see you. [ laughter ] i'll show it to you later. get this thing out of here [ laughter and applause ♪ he wasn't -- he didn't care, he didn't care he didn't want to see it [ laughter ] no, no, no all right, let's meet our next inventor, sriram where are you, buddy how are you? ♪ [ cheers and applause did i say your name right? sriram, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: sriram, what do you got? what did you invent, my friend >> i invented a tool that can help people shoot archery. so, it uses three sensors and a smart phone app, and it communicates using bluetooth, and it can basically tell you how to aim it gives you feedback while you shoot. >> jimmy: that's fantastic can i see it in action >> yeah. >> jimmy: what should i do just step back [ light laughter ]
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[ audience oohs this is exciting >> and then u t aow and -- >> jimmy: okay >> wow, i need figure out how to get -- sneak this into tournaments. that would be really useful. [ laughter ] no, don't do that. >> jimmy: are you having another -- are you on the phone right now with somebody else [ laughter ] he said he wants to get into tournaments. all right. what can i do? just ignore? stand back step back. i'm doing what i'm supposed to do >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you have a -- why do you have a blindfold? >> oh, i'm going to do this blindfolded. >> jimmy: oh, i didn't - [ cheers and applause you better believe you better believe, you're going to do this blindfolded >> yeah. >> jimmy: and thisill tell you where to aim and shoot this arrow. this is fantastic. go for it. whenever you're ready. okay >> aim right, your pull is perfect.
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aim higher aim right, your pull is perfect. aim higher aim right, your pull is perfect. shoot now. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: yeah i don't mess with that man -- that's unbelievable that is fantastic. >> thank you >> jimmy: oh my goodness should i try should i try one do you mind? should i try it? see if it works. [ cheers and applause alright, where's my -- do you have my blindfold do i have a blindfold? >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right, yeah, yeah, yeah this is great, thanks. ♪ all right. so, i just hold it down here >> yeah. >> jimmy: yep. gotcha >> keep it on your forehead, first, probably. >> jimmy: it is on my forehead [ laughter ] >> no, like how i have it. >> jimmy: how'd -- [ laughter ] the blindfold, yeah. >> yeah. >> index finger, middle finger,
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ring finger. >> jimmy: okay, good, that's good >> i'll get you your arrow >> jimmy: yep, thanks bud. [ laughter ] wish you'd get me some tournaments. [ laughter ] >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, pull it down >> yep >> jimmy: all right, bud alright ready, can i go? >> arrow is perfect. label aim higher the arrow is perfect >> jimmy: euro >> pull more aim lower. aim left >> that basically means direction. >> angle is perfect. shoot now. ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: yes! that's right come on. that's how you do it, buddy. let's t in that tournament together [ cheers and applause woo! thank you very much. that was great [ cheers and applause ♪ let's meet our last inventors. come on over, izzy and lilly, hey, where are you oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ♪ how are you doing? everything good? >> yeah. >> jimmy: who's izzy and who's lilly? >> i'm izzy. >> i'm lilly >> jimmy: hey, welcome to the show how old are you, and where are you from >> i'm 10. >> i'm 8, and we're
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amherst, new hampshire >> jimmy: hey, all right well, we love new hampshire. [ applause ] big fan of new hampshire now, you guys look fantastic thank you so much for coming on the show what did you invent? what is your invention >> the sneezy car. >> jimmy: the sneezy car now, how did you come up with the idea for the sneezy car. >> a lot of people in our family were getting sick, so we decided to come up with the sneezy car [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh [ laughter ] so how does it work, the sneezy car i think i'm going to take it, so we're going to have to pretend that i'm sick? is that correct? >> yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so am i, like, in this scenario, am i your dad or something? [ laughter ] who's sick in the family who's sick >> our mimi? >> our mimi, yeah. >> jimmy: who? >> our mimi. >> jimmy: our mimi who is mimi, grandma >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, so i'll pretend i'm your mimi, okay? [ laughter ] [ cheers ] all right. i love you girls so much [ laughter ]
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i love you [ coughs ] oh, i wish that someone made a a sneezy car [ laughter ] [ sneezes [ laughter ] [ audience oohs ooh. [ cheers and applause [ sneezes [ sneezes [ light laughter ] this is an unbelievable invention. this is great. then you don't have to get sick, you can be in the next room and still help out your mimi how lovable and thoughtful is that that's great i think it's great sneezy car [ cheers and applause the sneezy car let's get all our inventors back out here. hey guys [ cheers and applause ♪ thank you, thank you, thank you. i have one more thing i want to show you we here at "the tonight show" love supporting smart, talented kids like yourselves, and we want you to keep exploring and creating and changing the world.
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so, we're giving each of you $5,000 to help further your education. [ cheers and applause ♪ there you go congratulations. izzy that's you, bud. lilly, that's you. thk u,zzy. thank you, lilly here we go [ cheers and applause that was good, buddy tyler? who's tyler? and there you go that's it, everybo [ cheers and applause there you go [ laughter ] [ audience aws ] [ laughter ] sorry, graham, we have some bad -- [ laughter ] you have to be taller than the check to get it. [ laughter ] >> i am. >> jimmy: oh, you are? [ laughter and applause my thanks to graham, tyler, sriram, izzy and lilly stick around, we'll be right back with more "tonight show," everybody. great job, buddy [ cheers and applause ♪
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♪ ♪ yes ♪ hey sean hey dan ♪ (man) (hey.n) banjo? go home. (woman) banjo!
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sorry, it won't happen again. come on, let's go home. after 10 years, we've covered a lot of miles. good thing i got a subaru. (man) looks like you got out again, huh, banjo. (avo) love is out there. find it in a subaru crosstrek.
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: our first guest is an emmy and golden globe winning
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actress. she is currently starting in "the goldfinch," in theaters now. please help welcome the very talented sarah paulson [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: thank you for coming back to the show >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: every time you come, you always have a good -- a fun met gala story or some fun story to tell me [ laughter ] >> i do. well, it's because it's about cher >> jimmy: if it's about cher, you came to the right place. >> really? do you love her as much as i do >> jimmy: i love cher. >> okay, so we -- i was at the met ball cher was the musical guest and nobody knew. >> jimmy: oh, it's a secret. >> it was a secret >> jimmy: secret cher. >> and then out she comes -- >> jimmy: yes. >> and she's dancing around the stage in the same -- what looks to be the same outfit from "turn back time. >> jimmy: she looked
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phenomenal >> which, it was, like, bananas, right >> jimmy: yeah, she looks -- >> cut to her, she's -- cut to her singing across the stage >> jimmy: yeah-huh >> and i'm like hand up in the air, waving around and she sees me, walks right to me and grabs my hand [ audience ohs ] [ cheers ] and i mean -- i mean it was a personal -- because we're friends, you guys. [ laughter ] i don't -- yeah, no. >> jimmy: what - >> yeah. >> jimmy: your friends with cher >> totally [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're such a good actor. >> well, i had her light switch plate cover that was in my bathroom in my apartment for a a long time -- >> jimmy: did you really >> that was from the first concert i ever went to, which was a cher concert >> jimmy: she picked you out and found you? >> she literaw me. and she was like, "turn back time." >> jimmy: no, she did not do - >> and then she saw me "hey, hey. it's not great it's not great [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she did not go, "turn back time. >> "time." >> jimmy: "time. >> "time." >> jimmy: "time. >> "time." >> jimmy: yeah [ light laughter ] i have a video of you freaking out if you don't mind me showing this >> you have a video?
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[ cheers ] >> jimmy: yeah here's the video of sarah freaking out watching cher this is real take a look at this. [ cheers ] ♪ >> jimmy: wow. [ cheers and applause >> i was like, "what?" >> jimmy: "what? >> "what?" >> jimmy: "what? >> "what?" >> jimmy: anyways -- ♪ i found someone i heard -- we have to talk about -- [ laughter ] "abominable. >> "abominable." >> jimmy: "abominable. >> okay, great >> jimmy: you are a voice in that animated film >> which i've never done before - >> jimmy: no >> which is totally scary. 'cause usually when you're acting with a person, you're engaging with them >> jimmy: yeah >> when you do a voice acting thing -- >> jimmy: yeah you're basicallyh with no one. and everyone is always like, "you -- it's so great. you don't have to put on clothes. you can wear your pajamas to work." and i'm just like, "i want to be in a costume. i don't want to" -- you know >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, i like wearing clothes, yeah. >> yeah, what i wear at t -- >> jimmy: when i work. >> is like nothing so - [ laughter ] [ cheers ] well, i'm just saying.
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i'm just saying. it's not a thing - >> jimmy: you don't wear like a flannel nighty like a - >> no. like a onesie with feet and everything >> jimmy: yeah >> yeah. that's the right - >> jimmy: you should think about that >> i'm gonna >> jimmy: they're breathable >> with a little flap that comes from - [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but then "goldfinch. >> "goldfinch," yeah >> jimmy: i mean, walk me through this because this is like -- this is a -- people are surprised when they - >> yeah. i don't know if you guys have read the book. it's a beautiful book. >> jimmy: i tried. [ laughter ] >> 800 pages is just too much for you, right >> jimmy: it is beautiful and great. and i go -- i get it and then it turns -- then it went into a different story. and i go, "what happened?" [ laughter ] it's all right well, we can cut this out. >> okay, we'll cut that part out. >> jimmy: yeah, because i -- >> where it sounds like it's not good >> jimmy: no, it is really good but i really got into it i go, "oh, yeah. the museum, the whole thing. they go, "it's not even about that >> it's really not about that. and i don't come into it till the part that it's not about that you're clearly not interested >> jimmy: there's like four chapters - >> yeah, that's true >> jimmy: about the museum >> that's true >> jimmy: it's not about a a museum >> it's not about a museum >> jimmy: so i read four chapters that's not about anything [ laughter ] and i'm like, "what am i going to do? this book. and you know what i said >> "i'm not reading it." >> jimmy: "can't wait for the
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movie to come out. [ laughter ] i'm really excited 'cause everyone who read it said it's one of the best books they've ever read in their life >> it is >> jimmy: yeah >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, no >> oh, no. >> jimmy: no spoilers. i'm going to read it before the film comes out >> oh, you are >> jimmy: yeah, when is it coming out >> it's out now. >> jimmy: yeah, i can't read it [ laughter ] >> it's out. right now. >> jimmy: right now, yeah. >> right now >> jimmy: what can we say about the film that we haven't said? it's "goldfinch. it's going - >> well, you said nothing about it [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, i haven't read it so i don't really - >> i know -- i -- we just got -- >> jimmy: i don't quite know what it is about, yeah >> yeah, no. >> jimmy: the beginning has nothing to do with the end >> that's right. >> jimmy: there you go >> the movie spent -- the story -- i don't know. i didn't read it either. no, i'm kidding. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no my gosh. oh, my goodness. >> i'm kidding >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. >> i'm kidding >> jimmy: no, i know, yeah >> i love this book. >> jimmy: yes. [ laughter ] >> and i love this movie >> jimmy: okay yes. >> you got to see it >> jimmy: well, goldfinch is a a bird, right? >> goldfinch is a famous painting that hangs in the met [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i had that written
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down there >> i'm going to tell all your fans that little - >> jimmy: the "goldfinch" -- >> "goldfinch" is a painting >> jimmyi go to the met all the time i go - >> do you? >> jimmy: "get out of the way. i want to see 'goldfinch.'" >> yeah [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i stand there. i go, "well, there it is oh, my gosh. do you believe what this is? >> "out of way " >> jimmy: "out of the way, kids." >> "everybody move." >> jimmy: "everyone move, move, move!" >> "i got to see the 'goldfinch.'" >> jimmy: "what is the problem?" >> yeah. >> jimmy: "take your headsets off. go to the other room time for jimmy to see 'goldfinch.' [ laughter ] now, "goldfinch. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't want to spoil it for anyone. >> no, well, you couldn't possibly spoil it. 'cause you don't know what's happening. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what i can -- i almost image it -- >> sure. >> jimmy: a child goes to a museum - >> he does >> jimmy: to go see "goldfinch." >> yes, he does. with his mother. >> jimmy: yes, with his mother >> and on that day - >> jimmy: something happens. >> a terrible thing happens in the museum >> jimmy: in the museum. >> he loses his mother >> jimmy: that's correct >> right >> jimmy: and that's where - >> and that's when the story begins which is when you decided to close the book. [ laughter ] you're like "oh, no, no, no. no, no, no nope." >> jimmy: "i thought it was going to be a museum drama." >> "i thought it was the thing about the gold i am out i thought it was about people desperate to see a painting. >> jimmy: yes. >> "and actually -- nope." >> jimmy: "now it's about human emotion. >> "mom's dead."
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>> jimmy: "i'm out." >> "i got to go. >> jimmy: yeah >> "i got to go. >> jimmy: so this is all about his kind of -- >> his journey >> jimmy: his journey in life. >> and something happens with the painting on the day of this terrible thing where he ends up having this painting and then maybe someone tries to take the painting from him >> jimmy: oh >> whoa. >> jimmy: all right. [ laughter ] did we say too much? >> might have. yeah >> jimmy: yeah, okay, yeah >> gave away the plot, basically. [ laughter ] you know, yeah >> jimmy: do you guys want to hear the plot? or you don't care? [ cheers ] all right, well, we can't say much about the plot except that, if you want to - >> if you want to watch ansel elgort and you want to see nicole kidman and you want to see jeffrey wright from "westworld" and you want to see me in a bikini then i think you should probably watch -- [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: yes, here we go! here's a clip of sarah paulson in "the goldfinch. take a look at this. >> hey, buddy. long time no see >> hi. i'm xandra with an "x." >> so we just got into laguardia about two hours ago. i'm out in las vegas now
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and, well, things are pretty different for me son, we're straight off the plain. and, well, we wanted to see you straight away, of course but, also, need the key to the apartment. yeah, i'm here to start taking care of stuff. >> you should be proud of your pops 51 days sober. >> i guess i should have called but, well, i figured it was easier to come and get you >> get me? >> jimmy: sarah paulson, everybody. "the goldfinch" is in theaters now. [ cheers and applause stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ ♪ how we doing? fabulous! ♪ i wonder how the firm is doing without its fearless leader.
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: our next guest is an emmy and golden globe-nominated actress for her work in the acclaimed series,
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"downton abbey," which is now hitting the big screen you can see the film, "downton abbey," in theaters friday ladies and gentlemen please welcome michelle dockery [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: hi welcome back the fans - >> thanks. >> jimmy: are so excited about the "downton abbey" movie. i -- i'm so excited about it i mean, i'm freaking out can you set it up? what's happening in the movie that we don't know where does it start? >> so, it starts about 18 months on from where we left off. everything - >> jimmy: i miss your voice. i love hearing your voice. >> oh, thank you [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: i'm a big fan. >> i feel like i'd really turn into mary when i talk about "downton." we pick about 18 months later. and everything's very settled.
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and then a letter arrives from the king and queen and they're coming to downton to visit and of course everything -- you know, the whole house ends up in complete chaos. >> jimmy: that's fantastic yeah >> and at this, you know, huge occasion that's about to happen at downton >> jimmy: i cannot wait to see it people are saying they want to bring gangs of friends to go see this it's almost like a "sex and the city" thing. they're like, "no -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: "these are my downton friends. we're all going to see this movie together." [ laughter ] and it's like a big thing. >> you mean people are going to dress up >> jimmy: yeah no, it's a giant deal here - >> yeah. >> jimmy: in america all right, does that surprise you at all or from the show you understand >> no. i mean, i'm often surprised by london cab drivers - [ light laughter ] who tend to be -- you know, often tend to be these, kind of, big sort of gangster types >> jimmy: yeah >> and this one time i got into the back of the cab. and i said, you know, where i was going. and you know, said, "hello" and everything and then it was a bit of a a pause. and he was like, "shame about your sister in season three. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it is always
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surprises -- >> always. >> jimmy: it's the best to hear that, right? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how about celebrities? any celebrities that you're like, "wow, that's pretty cool they're a fan? >> i mean, so many i mean, this -- this one time laura carmichael and i, who plays edith, were at the met ball and mick jagger just started walking towards us at this after party and put his hand out and said, "hello, i'm mick." and we were like, "we know." [ laughter ] and he said how much he loved the show and we just couldn't believe it i was completely floored and hugh was friends with some of them and including mick, i think. and apparently they -- when they were rehearsing their big london gig, when the show was on, they would have to stop at a certain time so that they could get home to watch "downton abbey" at 9:00. >> jimmy: no way [ applause ] i love -- that's great >> yeah, so, rock and roll [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and kate middleton as well i heard kate came to the set >> she did yeah, yeah the day the princess came to set. it was amazing and -- >> jimmy: that must be nerve wrecking, huh? >> it was. and joanne froggatt and i, who plays anna, would -- were
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rehearsing a scene and at that moment, she came on set. and she was, you know, our audience and, yeah, so it felt like -- you know, it was probably what it felt like for a court jester back in the day performing for the royal. >> jimmy: exactly. >> so we were quite nervous. but she was just, you know, of course, so charming and gracious and beautiful and it was -- yeah, she was mesmerizing. >> jimmy: wow. >> and it was a special day for everyone >> jimmy: i -- there's a lot of words on the show that i don't really know the meaning of i have to google them. but -- [ laughter ] >> yes >> jimmy: they're -- they're words that aren't used anymore >> no. >> jimmy: and i was just wondering -- you -- you brought a list of some >> i -- i did, actually. i brought a list for jimmy - >> jimmy: and you would -- >> just to test him. >> jimmy: to test me and you -- >> on his -- >> jimmy: yes. >> "downton -- >> jimmy: say the word and i'll see if i know what these words mean >> okay. >> jimmy: that this word means >> okay. >> jimmy: this is in the 1920s they would say words like this >> yes, yes. so the first one is "hobbledehoy." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, hobbledehoy. >> hobbledehoy >> jimmy: well, the way you
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said it -- kind of said it like, "hobbledehoy," like, "oh, you're so proper." >> no, actually, it's the complete opposite. [ laughter ] it means -- it means -- i fooled you it actually means, clumsy or awkward. >> jimmy: oh, really >> yes >> jimmy: so i'm very hobbledehoy. >> clumsy, yes >> jimmy: yeah, all right. [ laughter ] i love it. i'll get one right i'll get one >> okay, next one is "squiffy. [ light laughter ] squiffy. >> jimmy: "i feel squiffy. [ laughter ] >> it's -- you're a bit squiffy. >> jimmy: squiffy. [ laughter ] >> last -- okay, last night at the "downton" premiere, at the party, we were all a bit squiffy. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you were a bit - >> we were all a bit squiffy >> jimmy: foggy. a bit, like, having a little buzz a little buzz? >> anyway, yeah. close, you're getting close. >> jimmy: a little -- a little drunk? >> yes >> jimmy: really >> yes >> jimmy: squiffy. >> squiffy [ applause ] >> jimmy: i love that. it should be the name of a pub it should be called, "squiffy. i love squiffy it's great >> okay, next is - >> jimmy: i was going to say it was one of the teletubbies i had no idea. [ laughter ] >> last one? >> jimmy: last one here we go
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>> cock-a-hoop >> jimmy: say it again >> cock-a-hoop >> jimmy: "cock-a-hoop." >> cock-a-hoop >> jimmy: "is it cock-a-hoop?" [ laughter ] so, it's -- it's - >> cock-a-hoop >> jimmy: yeah, yeah i just -- enjoyment. excitement >> yes, yes. exuberant elation. >> jimmy: yes! i got that one [ cheers and applause cock-a-hoop. i feel this is -- cock-a-hoop for the new "downton abbey." and i want to show a clip from the movie. here's michelle dockery in "downton abbey." take a look. ♪ [ foot steps ] [ knocking on door ] ♪ >> carson. >> my lady, please come in this is an honor >> i don't want to be a nuisance but i need your help, carson barrow just isn't up to the task >> my lady >> he won't clean the silver, or he won't let andrew clean it >> what? >> he says the page of the thingame will chose which pieces to use. >> i see >> the truth is, he's in a sort
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of trance. won't you help me? i feel i'm pushing a rock uphill >> i'll be there in the morning, my lady don't you worry. >> you're a treasure, carson that's all there is to say i'll see myself out. [ foot steps ] [ door closes >> you could never refuse her anything >> jimmy: michelle dockery everyone "downton abbey" is in theaters on friday. [ cheers and applause so, bring your friends michelle and i are doing something fun after the break. stick around come on back [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ ♪ erever you are... whatever you're craving... and whenever you're craving it... doordash has the restaurants you want. delivered to your door. wherever your door happens to be. download doordash. the most restaurants across america.
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>> that's right. >> jimmy: oh well. [ light laughter ] i wanted to try a game with you. i thought it would be fun if we took turns complaining about every day annoying things, but in the fanciest, most high brow way possible it is time for "how dare you." [ cheers and applause ♪ how dare you how dare you ♪ [ laughter and applause ♪ >> jimmy: dearest oreo thins, i would like to address you for a brief moment, if i may now i will admit that at times i certainly do appreciate a novelty, unconventionality, the peculiarity of formm but this is quite simply a bridge too far. when one thinks of an oreo, what is brought to mind is not a diminutive cracker like wafer. any true oreo should have the substantial girth of a genuine sandwich cookie. oreo thins, you are a travesty and an embarrassment, which is why i'm sadly left with no choice but to say, "how dare you.
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[ slap ] [ cheers and applause >> how dare you? [ slap ] >> jimmy: how dare you, i say. [ slap ] [ laughter ] >> i would like to steal a a moment if i could, jimmy, to address a most unfortunate and unsatisfactory acquaintance. i am naturally speaking of that putrid invention, the air mattress [ light laughter ] if i had a predilection for sleeping inside a bouncy castle, i would spend the night inside a chuck e. cheese [ laughter ] you are good at neither holding air, nor being a mattress. you leave me bone weary, and with only one thing to say, "how dare you. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: "how dare you," air mattresses [ slap ] >> how dare. [ slap ] >> jimmy: michelle, there is something that i must get off my chest >> by all means.
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>> jimmy: to whom it may concern, in regards to airline patrons who place their heavy winter coats in the overhead bin. that is a sacred space for bags and bags alone perchance you accidently put your manners in the bin as well for it appears you have none place your wears under the seat like the rest of us, and good day to you, sir. >> "good day," he said >> jimmy: i said, "good day. [ slap ] [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy, jimmy. jimmy, i -- jimmy, i fear i have another grievance >> jimmy: the floor is yours >> how dare you, the movie "hustlers. for i saw you on friday night, and now i can think nor speak of nothing else. i have fallen into a post "hustlers" despair j.lo, constance wu, lizzo, cardi b. all in one film, and j.lo is 50 why does she look this way
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[ laughter ] i should have brought my smelling salts to the cinema, for i nearly passed out numerous times that many powerful women in one film is simply an overload of the senses that left me breathless, gasping for air. and for that, again, i say, "how dare you. [ slap ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: how dare you, "hustlers. [ slap ] and how -- and how dare you j.lo. [ slap ] >> how dare you look that good, j.lo [ slap ] >> jimmy: what will we see now only one film can top "hustlers," and that's "downton abbey," of course. [ cheers and applause [ slap ] [ slap ] >> naturally >> jimmy: shall we do one more shall we do one more, together [ slap ] >> yes >> jimmy: i jimmy fallon >> and i michelle dockery. >> together: have a bone to pick with bees >> jimmy: sting me once, shame
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on you >> sting me twice, shame on me >> jimmy: sting me three times >> together: how dare you? [ slap ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: how dare you and good day to you, sir >> good day. >> jimmy: good day >> good day! >> jimmy: how dare you >> how dare you? [ slap ] [ slap ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: my thanks to michelle dockery stick around, we'll be right back with the lumineers. [ cheers and applause ♪ (classical music playing throughout)
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: performing, "life in the city," from their new album, "iii. please welcome, "the lumineers." [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ woo woo woo wo and if the cit skyscrapers rise ♪ ♪ over this islan
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woo woo ♪ ♪ so if you leave don't leave me all alone ♪ ♪ cause i'll be scare i'll be nake i'll get cold ♪ ♪ and i miss my dad and cleopatra's sittin on the phone ♪ ♪ so take me back off these street and we'll never be apart ♪ ♪ together from the start never never falling back alone whoa whoa living life in the city ♪ ♪ whoa whoa it will never be prett oh oh ♪ ♪ oh oh
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whoa whoa we can plan if we make it whoa whoa we ♪ ♪ won't let' em they won't take it from me no ♪ ♪ whoa whoa who and if the sun don't shine on me today ♪ ♪ and if the subways floo and bridges brea will you just lay down and dig your grave ♪ ♪ or will you rail agains your dying day ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh oh that is how you do it. that is how you do it right there. "the lumineers." [ applause ] oh man, that sounded great i loved it "iii" is out now we'll be right back, everybody oh
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[ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: yeah thanks, bro. my thanks to sarah paulson, michelle dockery, all my young inventors. the lumineers right here [ cheers and applause "iii" is the album the lumineers. and give it up for the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania [ cheers and applause thanks, bud. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers. thank you for watching, have a a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow
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