tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC October 6, 2019 10:00pm-11:00pm PDT
[ cheers and applause ♪ >> steve: from 30 rockefeller plaza here in new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." and now, here's your host, jimmy fallon [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: oh, very nice. oh, come on, please. [ cheers and applause too much too much you love you love too much.
i love you right back. have a seat and relax. we'll put on a fun show for you. hey, nice to see you guys. welcome to the "tonight show." thank you for being here [ cheers and applause it's sunday night! [ cheers and applause i love you i love you yeah, i love you it is sunday night and we are here with a special nfl postgame "tonight show." that's right [ cheers ] and if you are drunk right now, either you tailgated all day or you play for the jets. okay [ laughter ] tonight's big game was between the chiefs and the colts of course, the chiefs are led by 24-year-old mvp quarterback patrick mahomes. [ cheers and applause he's on the cover of this year's madden. check it out yeah, how cool is that [ audience oohs that is so cool. it reminds me of when tom brady was 24 and he was on the cover of "atari football." [ laughter and applause yeah, patrick mahomes is being called the face of the nfl meanwhile, his coach andy reid is the gut of the nfl. [ laughter ] that's right the chiefs were led tonight by
coach andy reid. and the colts were led by coach frank reich. can we see both of them? yeah [ light laughter ] looks like the red m&m versus the trivago guy. [ laughter ] looks like every woman's first husband versus every woman's second husband [ laughter ] looks like christmas day santa versus summer juice cleanse santa. [ laughter ] guys, earlier today the patriots played the redskins at fedex field. you can tell the stadium is sponsored by fedex 'cause after you show them your ticket, they pick you up and throw you over the front gate [ light laughter ] >> steve: oh >> jimmy: that's how speaking of the patriots, this week, tom brady admitted that he's been wearing the same shoulder pads for the last 25 years then his jock strap was like, "and if you think that's bad - [ laughter ] it's nuts down here. [ laughter ] >> steve: "quarterback sack. >> jimmy: during today's buffalo bills game, tight end dawson knox was tackled. but the hit seemed a bit more painful than most.
take a look at this hit. >> pick up of five >> well, dawson -- [ audience oohs one of the more fun players this season to watch >> jimmy: on the next play, he was like, "throw me the ball i've got this. [ laughter ] well, you guys, i really do love these sunday shows. it's really exciting to be on after the big game so i want to take a minute to talk to any nfl players who might be watching right now. ♪ hi guys. i want to take a second this sunday to speak about safety safety is a serious subject. sadly, some players sacrifice safety because they assume mouthguards make them sound silly. scary stuff. decisions start to be safe and -- to safety we should support, shield and sustain. carrots and celery aren't a substitute for - there is so much -- seriously, set an example swallow your pride, stay safe and try not to spray spit. [ laughter ]
[ cheers and applause ♪ yeah, there were a lot of great games today. but my favorite thing were the referees i'm not kidding. it was nice to hear from some whistleblowers that had nothing to do with trump you know what i'm saying >> steve: oh [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's what people were talking about the big story is that a second whistleblower is coming forward in the ukraine scandal [ cheers ] trump hasn't been this upset since he found out there was a a second donald trump. [ laughter ] "you named him junior? you've got to be kidding me. [ laughter ] oh, get this the ax that jack nicholson used in "the shining" just sold at auction for $200,000 >> steve: oh >> jimmy: when the winner told his wife she was like, "here's divorce papers." [ laughter ] spending that much money on an ax "i need new countertops, paul. i don't know about this. i heard that you can now buy whiskey pods you guys hear about this you have heard about it? how did you hear about that?
where -- a meme? [ crowd member faintly talking >> jimmy: gosh has anyone taken a whiskey pod today? [ light laughter ] >> steve: one? >> jimmy: i was wondering why the audience was so hot, yeah. [ laughter ] but they're like detergent pods but they're filled with alcohol. check it out this is real it's a real thing. >> steve: oh [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: that's great because until now, if you wanted to get drunk off plastic, you just had to swallow a lot of listerine strips - >> steve: right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: which i've done. finally, police in pennsylvania discovered a $100,000 worth of marijuana growing inside someone's empty swimming pool. take a look at this. [ light laughter ] [ audience oohs when he heard that, seth rogen was like, "cannonball. [ cheers and applause we've got a great show, guys give it up for the roots, right there! [ cheers and applause ♪ [ cheers and applause
>> jimmy: we have a great show tonight. edward norton is here! [ cheers and applause >> steve: love him >> jimmy: alessia cara is here >> steve: oh [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: this will be a fun show here's her record, "this summer." that's alessia's right there and edward norton, gosh, he gave me this awesome 45 -- this -- thom yorke did a a version of the song called "daily battles." yeah, i love -- dude, this guy went for it. edward norton is unbelievable. >> steve: he's a great >> jimmy: he wrote this movie. directed it. acted in it. and did the soundtrack and the score. it's a labor of love i want to hear the story about this but, he's fantastic in this movie. speaking of fantastic -- >> steve: what >> jimmy: so we did the show the other night, right we double taped? >> steve: yep. >> jimmy: thursday night we had two shows in a row pretty exhausting, right but, whatever, it's fun. i had a good time. so lorne goes, "are you going to go see adam sandler's premiere of his new movie 'uncut gems?'" so i go, "of course. i love sandler but i don't know if we can do it i mean, i'm gonna get out late i have double -- he's like, "you got to come.
you're my date so i'll go with you. i said, "okay. so, great. so i finished the show it's all good. joaquin, we're all having fun. it's great and then we split. i get in the car i go down. takes me awhile to get there i get to the thing they take me to my seat. lorne is already sitting down in the middle of the theater with ben stiller and chris rock and having a good time i'm like, "guys -- [ laughter ] i came here to support sandler, obviously. but who am -- i can't sit next to anybody it's like, lorne and ben and chris rock and then like sandy or whoever. but then there's strangers. so i just sat by myself. [ laughter ] [ audience aws ] end of the thing, i go, "you got to be kidding me." i just kept looking over at lorne like - "can't believe this guy. you know so i'm sitting there and then the movie is about to start and these two people get up and they walk away. and i don't know what's going on and who sits next to me but adam sandler [ audience aws ] so he sat next - [ cheers and applause and i go - i love it. i go, "what's up, man?
he's like, "how you doing, jimmy boy? i go, "you don't have to sit next to me you can sit next to lorne or wherever." he's like, "no, i want to sit next to you. so i watched the movie with adam and he is unbelievable in this movie. he is fantastic. it's called "uncut gems. it's directed by the safdie brothers >> steve: oh, yeah >> jimmy: dude, they're great. yeah, one guy knows. he knows what i'm saying [ laughter ] >> steve: that's the booze pod guy. >> jimmy: yeah, the whiskey pod. dude, this movie makes you have a pit in your stomach. it's so like -- adam plays this like, kind of like helpless dude works in the diamond district right here and -- like a gambler and, ooh i mean, it gets a couple of funny jokes in there it's not a comedy, though. it's rough and he is unbelievable in this adam sandler, props to you, buddy. congratulations, that was a great job. "uncut gems. check out adam sandler [ cheers and applause guys, the strangest thing happened to me today i was out golfing with my friend tiger woods >> steve: uh-huh >> jimmy: and -- [ laughter ] >> steve: really today? >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: you were doing it today? >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah, yeah
>> steve: that's fantastic >> jimmy: well, quite frankly, we had an adventure. >> steve: what happened? >> jimmy: you wouldn't even believe me if i told you what happened so, here, just watch this. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: here ooh! all right. what is that was that a six >> 15. >> jimmy: 15, yikes. oh, my goodness. >> on the bright side, the day is only going to get better. >> jimmy: yeah >> let's go to the next hole >> jimmy: let's go i should probably rake out that sand trap, though, huh >> yeah, you were in there for a while. >> jimmy: all right, if i just hit a hole in one for the next nine holes - [ thuds dude, i think there's something down here. >> it's jersey it's probably a body [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, like something in -- buried tiger, i think there's a buried treasure [ laughter ] oh, my gosh.
it's a box >> it's locked how are we going to open it? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: okay ready? [ laughter ] one, two - >> i'm not going to hit you. i know what i'm doing. idiot. [ thud ] [ bird screeching [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: oh, my god i cannot believe what i'm seeing [ screaming ♪ >> oh, my god! >> jimmy: yes! yes! >> oh, my god! whoo ♪ here she come dow sayin' mony mony ♪ >> oh, my god! oh, my god >> jimmy: whoo >> we did it ♪ shoot 'em dow turn aroun come on mony ♪ >> jimmy: it's real. >> oh, my god. ♪
[ cheers and applause ♪ i said yeah yeah yeah yea yeah yeah ♪ >> jimmy: 20% off. >> steve: 20% off. >> jimmy: 20% off anything >> steve: i've never seen one of those >> jimmy: anything oh, my god my thanks to the great tiger woods. [ cheers and applause his tgr foundation has helped over a million kids pursue their passions through education. congrats, buddy. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> mr. fallon, congratulations it's a book. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: a book >> 28 pages, 12 ounces >> jimmy: i'm an author?
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>> jimmy: you are a stud that's what i'm talking about. >> thank you >> jimmy: edward norton in the house. >> you can all collect your checks as you go on the way out. thank you. >> jimmy: no that was genuine love i want to talk about "motherless brooklyn", but i also want to talk about -- it's going to be the 20th anniversary of "fight club" >> this month. >> jimmy: this month [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: can you believe that it's 20 years ago. does that make any sense at all? >> none. because it means we were 19 when we made it. >> jimmy: exactly. yeah, of course. do you ever watch it if it comes on tv? >> i do love that film i'm amazed by what david fincher did with that film but i avoid it now, because it only highlights the shape i'm not in anymore [ laughter ] >> jimmy: here's some behind the scenes footage of -- photos of you guys -- you and brad going at it.
[ cheers ] >> that actually -- but that actually is when i - it's the first punch of the movie and i hit him in the ear and he says, he -- fincher came up to me and said, "hit him. you know, connect with him somewhere. and i didn't know what to do and i hit him in the ear, and he says in the film, he goes, "ow, why the ear?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: dude, that was real? >> yes, that was real. >> jimmy: you boxed his ears wow, you hit him look at you guys you guys were babies >> we were children. we were children so that's -- [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: what a cute picture. >> i know. >> jimmy: what a beautiful picture. >> david fincher, a great makeup artist as well as a a great director >> jimmy: exactly. he is. he is talented >> it was very special >> jimmy: speaking of special, i'ing to segue into "motherless brooklyn." congrats on this film. this has got -- the work that you put into this. first of all, let's just say, your acting is phenomenal. you got great reviews. "vanity fair", i saw, gave you a great write up and "rolling stone" as well, said you're -- props to the movie and your acting
it's great but you produced this. you directed it. you wrote this when did you hear about this story first? >> it's funny. i read -- there's a wonderful novel of the same title that i read around the time we were making "fight club." so, like 20 years ago. >> jimmy: you've been working on this for 20 years >> but, but -- in a way i turned it into this, sort of, a '50s sort of "l.a. confidential" detective sort of a film >> jimmy: it does have that "chinatown" type of vibe to it >> yeah. but the main thing that drew me to this book was the character in it. he is not your bogart, nicholson, sort of detective he's a very, very unusual character who has tourette's syndrome and obsessive compulsive disorder. and this condition makes navigating the world very difficult for him. people treat him very badly. >> jimmy: yeah >> and he has talents that flow from his condition that make him a kind of secret weapon for the detective he works for, bruce willis but that kind of part is kind
of what i tend to really like to lean into >> jimmy: there's not many parts like that out there that you can just grab a script and go, i'll do that no one is writing it you had to do it for yourself. >> yeah, i wrote it for myself >> jimmy: yeah good that's what you've got to do that's what you've got to do [ cheers and applause that's what you do >> right >> jimmy: put the work in. >> but it was a great experience it's a big, new york, epic movie. and i got this cast. alec baldwin and willem dafoe, bruce willis [ cheers ] >> jimmy: bruce willis, willem dafoe is great. >> gugu mbatha-raw, who is this wonderful amazing actress. >> jimmy: she's great. >> and bobby cannavale >> jimmy: how was alec >> alec is an animal >> jimmy: he is. >> as everybody knows. >> jimmy: he's a beast >> he's a beast. but the thing is, like, over in this building, alec, you know, he's one of our great comedians and great satirists. >> jimmy: yeah >> you know what i mean? but we came up on alec, you know, "glengarry glen ross" alec - >> jimmy: he's a good actor. he's a great actor >> and "coffee is for closers only," right
>> jimmy: he's amazing >> and i think that he's, in this film, i think it reminds you with a shock of like the force of pushing you in the back of your seat, that he is really one of our great dramatic actors. he is really, really phenomenal in this film >> jimmy: he said the same about you. he was here and we were talking about it and i go, "what are you doing? he goes, "i'm doing this movie with edward norton [ light laughter ] it's a great film. wait until you see what edward does he's going to get an oscar he's going to get an oscar wait until you see what he does." i go, "okay, can't wait to see. >> did he say, "i will, too, of course but that's a given." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'll win an oscar as well, yeah >> long overdue. >> jimmy: he's fantastic in it, though he's great >> he's truly fantastic in it. >> jimmy: you were saying he yelled something before you -- >> he has -- you know, there are people who are kind of method actors who go down within alec is sort of the opposite of that he narrates his process so - >> jimmy: out loud >> yeah. in very dramatic scenes, he will, take after take, he'll
go - he'll finish one and go, "agh, don't cut the camera nobody move, nobody move strap in this is going to blow your f'ing minds. [ laughter ] and you kind of go, "is he talking to me? who is he talking to?" [ light laughter ] he'll go, "don't anybody move. don't touch the camera do it again. stay right there don't you move don't you move bang!" he'll go - >> jimmy: he says bang >> zoom! >> jimmy: what >> i think he's winding himself up he's putting himself in here >> jimmy: i love it. >> but the outtakes are great. see the movie first, but later i'll show you the outtakes >> jimmy: next time you're going to come back for the outtakes i want to see -- [ cheers and applause how does one -- it's a great movie. how does one get thom yorke to write a song for them? because i want to do this. [ light laughter ] do you know thom yorke >> yes, i've known thom a long time i went -- i saw radiohead in a
a little club in new york called irving plaza. >> jimmy: you saw radiohead in irving plaza >> yeah, back in the day it was before "ok computer" had come out and they came out and played the record and it was one of those moments -- like, i'm not hip i am not i don't end up at happenings when people say like, "oh, yeah, it was happening." i am never there i am always, like, hearing about these things 30 years in new york and that was one of the only things that i've ever been at where i went, "i was there!" >> jimmy: i was there! >> i was at a happening! >> jimmy: guys, i was cool, yeah >> i was cool. i was in the winner's circle, like, for once >> jimmy: so, radiohead. >> anyway, we've known each other a long time. and i felt, you know, thom and our generation, i think, has really - he's been a songwriter who catches sort of the emotional, you know, longing. but also kind of just the terror and the dissonance of the modern world right?
and their music has such beautiful, melodic, anthemic stuff. but then also just so much fracture in it, right? >> jimmy: yeah >> and i -- my character in this film, that's him in a a nutshell he's kind of a sensitive and funny and thoughtful person. but he has this brain that will not turn off and can -- and the word play. i asked -- i said to thom, look, i want a ballad. i want an old-fashioned sort of jazz ballad that reflects this and i thought he was going to say no, because like everybody in the world wants thom to write music. >> jimmy: yeah >> and like two weeks later, he emailed me at 6:00 in the morning i get this track called "daily battles." i sat on my bed, in the dark, literally crying it made me cry the first time i heard it >> jimmy: what a great line, though "daily battles." >> yeah, it's evocative. it actually affected my view of the film i put the phrase "daily battles" into the film, because it's very much about, i think,
people getting through their own struggles. and the need to have empathy with each other. and take care of each other in our daily battles. and it's an amazing thing. you ask people you know and love to work with you. it's a little nerve-racking, because you don't want that to go badly >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> and when they deliver something that authentically moves you and makes it great, it's just -- that's the dream. >> jimmy: it worked. i want to show everyone a clip [ cheers and applause here's edward norton in "motherless brooklyn." take a look at this. >> i got something wrong with me that's the first thing to know i've got threads in my heads i've got threads in my heads, man. i twitch and shout a lot it makes me look like a damn freak show >> can't you ever cut that out >> don't touch it, bailey. i'm sorry. but inside my head is an even bigger mess. i can't stop twisting things around words and sounds especially. have to keep playing with them until they come out right. sorry.
>> jeez, forget i asked. >> like i said, a damn mess. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: edward norton, everybody. "motherless brooklyn" opens everywhere november 1st. alessia cara joins us after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ (paul) wireless network claims are so confusing.
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: our next guest is a grammy-winning artist. her latest record, "this summer", is available now. and you can catch her live on the "pains of growing" tour. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome alessia cara [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: welcome, welcome, welcome. >> we meet again >> jimmy: we meet again. >> thanks for having me back >> jimmy: i love having you. i want to have you on -- i mean, how cool are you >> are you guys sick of me yet i was like, "are you sure? >> jimmy: no, we love you. i'll have you on every night if you want to. >> thanks. >> jimmy: please
>> i would love to i'd love that. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: last time you were here was with juanes >> yes >> jimmy: and you did -- the first time, i think, you performed it live on our show. >> yeah, yeah. we did a song together "querer mejor", it's called. >> jimmy: mejor. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you got -- is it -- what is that first one >> querer. >> jimmy: querer >> mejor >> jimmy: mejor. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you got nominated for two latin grammys for that >> yeah. >> jimmy: hey -- >> crazy [ cheers and applause crazy. >> jimmy: how cool is that >> very cool it was my first time ever singing in spanish and i had no idea i was even going to, like, you know, be part of an awards show like that it's so cool it was such an honor i'm like, "whoa. >> jimmy: last year you won a grammy for best new artist >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you -- [ cheers and applause well deserved. >> thank you >> jimmy: where does that -- where does that sit in your house? >> my parents actually made, like, a -- it looks like a a weird, like, shrine mural type thing of, like -- [ laughter ] like, just, like, above the fireplace. it's like on a mantel on the fireplace among, like, other awards, you know, that me and my brother collected when we were kids. like, for soccer and, like, other stuff. [ audience aws ] [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: so your grammy is next to, like, a soccer trophy >> yeah. [ light laughter ] like, my dad's old soccer trophies, my brother's there's one, like, gymnastics award that i had from my gymnastics class >> jimmy: what did you win an award for? >> this is actually -- this is funny. this is a really funny story i did gymnastics when i was like 7 years old i was horrible at it like, horr at it and at the end of, like, every gymnastics year, like, you have a recital, which i'll get to because that's the meat of the story. >> jimmy: okay [ light laughter ] >> but, um - there was, like, a little -- they do, like, a little awards ceremony for all the kids. right? and i was, like, 7 years old they gave awards to, like, the other students in the class for, like, best posture or, like, balance beam technique and then they gave me the award for best attitude. [ laughter ] i'm not kidding. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh, man. >> it was, like, so bad. >> jimmy: that's not an award. that's not an award. >> i know. it's was like, you suck but, like, your personality - [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah best attitude. >> best attitude >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> it's hilarious. >> jimmy: so that's the trophy that's next to your grammy >> yeah, it's, like, a little medal and then the grammy is right there. >> jimmy: so what would you do
when you went on the recital >> i have a video of it, because you guys have to see it thankfully my godfather was there and he took a video, like, on vhs but i was -- i had, like, crazy stage fright as a kid like, even now, i still get nervous. i'm going to throw up, like, just being in this chair [ light laughter ] i'm really nervous so there was a point in the recital, we did this whole routine. i was kind of -- you could tell i was starting to get nervous. but then there was a part where all of us had to get in line >> jimmy: mm-hmm >> and we all do a cartwheel and then move. and move on and go to the back of the line. >> jimmy: okay >> so there's this video clip that i want to show you. i brought it, because it's so funny. it gets to my turn like, i start seeing the girl in front of me do a cartwheel, and you can start seeing the, like, the panic in my face i'm, like, tugging at my little, like, leotard. and i'm like getting really nervous. and i realize i don't know how to do a cartwheel. ughter ] and i'm supposed to do a a cartwheel. so you see me turn to, like, my instructor being like, "i don't know what to do. and she goes, "you got to go just do anything." and then you see me in the video go, "anything? and she's like, "anything. so -- and then -- you have to see what i do, because it's the most horrible move all time. [ laughter ] it's, like, not even
gymnastics - >> jimmy: here's never before seen footage of alessia cara tempting gymnastics. take a look at this. ♪ >> here i am look at the panic. the panic, panic, panic. i'm like, "oh, my god. anything?" [ laughter ] look at what i do. what is that [ laughter ] what is that [ cheers and applause what is that ♪ >> jimmy: "anything? i don't know what to do. okay, what's - is this something? [ laughter ] >> like -- >> jimmy: "is this something?" >> the second time where i put my hands up -- >> jimmy: it was so cute oh, my gosh. like, it's kind of more, something official if i put my hands up >> yeah, put my hands up >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. that is the best >> i can't believe i have that on video so funny >> jimmy: you're about to start this giant tour, buddy >> yes >> jimmy: are you nervous about this are you excid about this >> very nervous and excited. >> jimmy: both >> it starts october 21st in boston >> jimmy: october 21st >> yeah. >> jimmy: in boston. >> yeah. >> jimmy: great city >> yeah, i know. the crowds are always really
good >> jimmy: you just came off the tour with shawn mendes >> i did >> jimmy: our buddy, shawn >> yeah. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: last time you were here, we were talking about how when you opened up for coldplay, you pranked them with one of the best pranks i ever heard in my life [ laughter ] she cut open a giant teddy bear, took the stuffing out and got inside the teddy bear. [ laughter ] and sat in the - >> and i sat there >> jimmy: sat in the room with coldplay and then got up and attacked them. >> scared them [ laughter ] all at the same time it was perfect >> jimmy: i can't believe that you did -- >> i know. >> jimmy: i can't believe you pulled that off. >> i know, i can't believe they didn't get mad >> jimmy: you got inside a a teddy bear >> i got inside the teddy bear >> we, like -- >> jimmy: it's the best thing ever >> we just took the stuffing out of it. yeah > jimmy: did you punk -- did you punk shawn mendes? >> no -- we tried. like, my band tried to prank his band >> jimmy: yeah >> and, like, it did not work. >> jimmy: it flopped >> it wasn't the same. e yeah, i think -- i think our days of pranking are over >> jimmy: it's over, it's done >> we tried to turn everything upside down in the dressing room like, we're like, "it's going to be so much fun. and, like, we were waiting outside the door, like, filming, waiting for them to come in and see everything upside down and, like -- and they just didn't react and we're like, "we did that." they're like, "oh, who did this?" and i'm like - [ laughter ] >> jimmy: got you! did we get that on tape? we did how sad.
yeah, exactly. >> i think we can't top the coldplay thing it didn't work >> jimmy: that was amazing that's one of the most epic things ever. >> thanks. >> jimmy: i want to talk about "october." >> yes >> jimmy: it's beautiful song. >> thanks. >> jimmy: i love it. >> thank you >> jimmy: but it started this whole thing, because you have a line in there like, "i hope we never see october." >> mm-hmm. yeah >> jimmy: you're anti-october? [ laughter ] kind of. >> i don't want to say anti-october >> jimmy: no, of course. >> i mean, kind of anti-october >> jimmy: you don't like october? >> i just think, like, what it represents is what i have an issue with because it's, like, kind of like - it just reminds me of, like, the death of things. and, like, when you don't -- like, you know how people say, like, "cuddle season." when you don't have anyone to cuddle with, it's just kind of cold [ audience aws ] all you see is, like, leaves dying. aww. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm with you i'm not -- >> you know what i'm saying? >> jimmy: i'm not 100% on board with october >> yeah, it's like - [ laughter ] you just, like, you see leaves falling, dying >> jimmy: they keep changing the name >> it's cold >> jimmy: they call it like "rock-tober" to try to make it cool and young >> yeah. it's not >> jimmy: like, "hey, it's rock-tober." it's like, "oh, don't try. you're trying too hard." [ laughter ] yeah, they're like -- spook-tober is what i saw the other day.
>> spook-tober >> jimmy: that makes no sense. >> that doesn't even -- doesn't even rhyme >> jimmy: doesn't rhyme. i know, it's awful >> no. >> jimmy: i don't get that at all. >> no. >> jimmy: spook-tober? >> awful >> jimmy: this is how lame that month is, that they have to change the name. >> yeah, they have to, like, make it -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: but then - >> wrap it in pretty paper >> jimmy: then i follow you on instagram and i saw this photo [ light laughter ] >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: it was like, when you see october -- you're -- i have a grossed out face with all pumpkins [ laughter ] when you see october but all your fans now are, like, going like, "yeah, cancel october! and you're like -- >> yeah, they're like -- yeah, they're like, "october doesn't exist now, because alessia cancelled it." like, they're really - they really think i hate it. >> jimmy: no, you're not that serious about it, no >> i know, not that serious. >> jimmy: no this e.p., "this summer.here [ cheers and applause >> thank you very much >> jimmy: what song are you going to perform tonight >> i'm going to perform "rooting for you." >> jimmy: "rooting for you." [ cheers and applause >> yeah. >> jimmy: i love that. >> yeah, we talked about that. >> jimmy: i do i love that. >> thank you >> jimmy: every time we have you on, we always make you do fun things but you're always game >> i know. >> jimmy: you're the best. that's why we love you >> thank you and i'm just terrified the entire time. >> jimmy: well, you're a great singer and we know that. but you're also a great impressionist. we had you on to play "wheel of impressions" and "musical impressions" and you crushed it both times. so tonight, i thought -- i wanted to challenge you to something bigger
>> i know. >> jimmy: okay i really want to challenge you with something fun now here's -- here's what i'm going to do. i want you to start singing one song, okay but when the name changes on the screen right there, you have to change to your impression of that singer. >> okay. >> jimmy: but keep the same song >> yeah. oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: i don't know why i keep asking you to do this kind of stuff >> i know, i know, every time. >> jimmy: i'm so cruel but the audience will love it, right? i mean, come on, it's fun. [ cheers and applause >> all right >> jimmy: try it >> okay, okay. >> jimmy: so the song -- the song that you'll be singing tonight is "bad guy. [ cheers and applause >> only the hardest song to do impressions -- >> jimmy: all right. >> all right >> jimmy: when you see the name, you be that person, okay >> all right, should i stand like, what am i doing? >> jimmy: no - >> do i take it up a notch or no >> jimmy: you want to take it up a notch >> or maybe shouldn't. you were about to -- >> jimmy: yeah, take it up a a notch. [ cheers and applause we could also both stand i'll stand, too. do i stand, too? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: doesn't matter [ laughter ] >> maybe i'll get up halfway through. >> jimmy: all right, maybe i'll get it halfway through no guarantees. >> there needs to be an arc. >> jimmy: could be sitting, could be standing. >> yeah, there's no guarantees >> jimmy: i don't want to get anyone hyped up. yeah >> i'm going to surprise you guys let's see what happens
all right, here it goes. >> jimmy: roots, you have a "bad guy" beat can you give us something? ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ white shirt now red my bloody nose sleeping you're on your tippy toes ♪ ♪ creeping around lik no body know think you're so criminal ♪ ♪ bruises on both my knees for you don't say thank yo or please i do ♪ ♪ what i want when i'm wanting t my soul so cynical ♪ ♪ so you're a tough guy like it really rough guy chest always so buff guy chest always so puffed guy ♪ ♪ i'm that bad type make your mama sad typ might seduce your dad type might seduce your dad type ♪ ♪ i'm the bad typ make your mama sad typ make your girlfriend mad typ might seduce your dad ♪ ♪ i'm the bad guy
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: performing "rooting for you" from her new ep "this summer," once again, alessia cara [ cheers and applause ♪ got me feeling like the elephant in every roo i'm walking into yeah ♪ ♪ we started out innocent 'til i got pulled righ into your issue yeah ♪ ♪ i'm tired of sendin hugs and kisses oh n i'm tired of all the burning bridges ♪ ♪ it's like dam why you gotta be so cold ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ in the summertime summertime i was really rooting for ya yeah yeah ♪ ♪ i was reall rooting for ya yeah yeah it's like ma why you gotta be so cold ♪ ♪ in the summertime
summertime i was really rooting for ya oh no ♪ ♪ we were reall rooting for ya yeah ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ now i see you're having so much fu with everyon you had so much fun ♪ ♪ making fun of did you go and bump your head did you forget ♪ ♪ where you came from i'm tired of sending my well wishes i'm tired of all the ♪ ♪ burning bridges it's like damn ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ why you gotta be so col in the summertim summertime i was really ♪ ♪ rooting for ya yeah yea i was really rooting for ya yeah yeah it's like damn ♪ ♪ why you gotta be so col
in the summertim summertime i was really ♪ ♪ rooting for ya oh n we were really rooting for ya yeah ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ i'm not even brokenhearte i'm just a littl disappointed what a shame we coulda ♪ ♪ had a good thin you let go of a good thing it's like damn why you gotta be so cold ♪ ♪ in the summertime i was really rooting for ya yeah yeah i was really ♪ ♪ rooting for y oh i was reall rooting for ya ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ it's like dam why you gotta be so cold in the summertim summerti ♪ ♪as reall rooting for ya oh no we were really rooting for ya yeah yeah ♪ ♪ it's like damn ♪ ♪ in the summertime
♪ ♪ i was really i was really rooting for ya ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh >> thank you so much >> jimmy: come on! come on! that is how you do it. alessia cara [ cheers and applause "this summer" is out now we'll be right back, everybody it's great beautiful. [ cheers and applause ♪ the van gogh.
♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: my thanks to edward norton, tiger woods, alessia cara right there, once again. [ cheers and applause and the roots from philadelphia, pennsylvania [ cheers and applause thank you for watching have a great night i hope to see you tomorrow bye-bye, everybody [ cheers and applause ♪
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