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tonight, join jimmy and his guests - eddie redmayne patricia arquette, musical guest rauw alejandro and featuring the legendary roots crew >> questlove: 1631 >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. oh, i see you up there [ cheers and applause i see you. hi welcome! welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show. thank you very much. enjoy yourself welcome to the show, guys. this is a big day in business news
i saw that jetblue is offering to buy spirit airlines for $3.6 billion yeah right now spirit is like, "guys, we better open a bank account. [ laughter ] "i think -- i think it's time -- i think it's time, yeah." [ light laughter ] don't worry. it'll still be the same spirit airlines, except now every seat will have a tv that doesn't work and a bag of blue chips [ light laughter ] yeah listen to this uber just announced that it will introduce plane bookings in the u.k planes yeah if you thought talkative drivers were annoying -- "so, then i tried my hand at woodworking, but that didn't pan out. so --" [ laughter ] has anyone here been on former president trump's social media app, truth social? well, that's the problem [ laughter ] uh, anyway, apparently trump is upset, he's furious, 'cause his truth social app is a flop [ audience ohs ] yep. trump hasn't been this mad about an app since someone sent him buffalo cauliflower tenders by mistake [ light laughter ]
"what is this? i want the fingers of the chicken please." [ laughter ] "in the shape of a dinosaur. thank you. [ light laughter ] yep. truth social isn't very popular. at this point, even rudy giuliani's onlyfans account has more traffic [ laughter ] that's right trump is furious 'cause other than trump airlines, trump steak, trump vodka, trump mortgage, trump magazine, and trump university, it is the first business fail of his career [ laughter ] so, yeah, yeah well, i read that as bird flu continues to spread across the country, zoos are moving their birds inside to protect them from the virus it's weird, right now all of the birds are stuck inside making sourdough and watching "tiger king. [ laughter ] isn't that weird >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: you guys see this? just in time for baseball season, frito-lay is selling a a new version of cracker jacks called cracker jill. take a look at this. yeah so, yeah, we can all stop worrying about gender equality we did it. [ laughter and applause cracker jill
well, this seems impossible. a scientist in the u.k. claim that mushrooms communicate with each other using up to 50 different words [ laughter ] i'm pretty sure the study was conducted by a scientist on mushrooms. [ laughter ] that probably makes a better claim. i'm kidding. he sounds like a fungi >> steve: ah >> jimmy: "what's that five picture deal with pixar sure let's go for six." [ light laughter ] hey, guys. it is time to take a look at the stories making headlines today, and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ pros and cons and pros and con and pros ♪ >> jimmy: tonight we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of springtime in new york i love new york. but it's especially beautiful in the spring. let's take a look at the pros and cons of springtime in new york here we go pro, visiting a botanical garden con, sneezing so hard a nasal swab from 2020 comes out [ laughter and applause "that's where it was."
pro, new yorkers leaving things on the curb they no longer want con, like old furniture, clothes, and bill de blasio. [ laughter and applause pro, seeing all the flowers blooming on the trees. con, realizing it's just plastic bags stuck in the branches [ laughter and applause it the rare duane reade bird [ light laughter ] pro, taking off your shirt on a warm day con, or as timothee chalamet calls it, "black tie formal. [ cheers and applause he can pull it off >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: pro, new yorkers showing off their spring fashion. con, like the "bolex" watch they bought on canal street. [ laughter and applause "like this i got it at spiffany's." >> steve: yeah [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: pro, april showers - con, -- bring $20 umbrellas that break as soon as you open them [ laughter and applause "it's raining, just -- yeah, how much whatever, whatever." sproing. pro, feeling raindrops sprinkle upon your head con, looking up and realizing
it's an old air conditioner. oh, there you go [ laughter and applause and lastly, pro, hearing birds chirping con, realizing it's a pigeon coughing after sucking on a vape [ laughter and applause that's the "pros and cons," everybody. thank you very much. springtime in new york and finally, twitter just announced that after years of requests, they're adding the long awaited edit tweet button yeah >> steve: that was me. >> jimmy: why? >> steve: i sneezed. >> jimmy: was that a sneeze? >> steve: that was a real sneeze, but i put my thumb over my nose so - [ light laughter ] sounded like a gunshot [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: sounded like a a firecracker. >> steve: yeah, it was like -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: sounded like -- sounded like will smith was here for a second. [ laughter ] [ rim shot ] >> steve: hey-o! whoa come on! >> jimmy: but anyways, twitter is adding an edit tweet button, and it's -- it's huge news and if you don't mind, i'd like to sing a song about it. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ♪
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[ cheers and applause our first guest is an oscar and tony-winning actor whose highly anticipated new film, "fantastic beasts: the secrets of dumbledore" is in theaters and imax april 15th. please welcome eddie redmayne. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: we haven't hugged -- >> we haven't hugged - >> jimmy: we haven't hugged -- eddie, we haven't hugged in years. >> i love a hug. >> jimmy: i do love a hug. you look sharp, buddy. welcome back to our show thank you for being here >> it's so nice to be here and not in my office at home via zoom >> jimmy: yeah, zooming, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: we have a live audience >> live audience [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: it's the best. you have a big weekend coming up 'cause you just finished a run of "cabaret. >> that's right, yeah. >> jimmy: in london. i have a photo of you in "cabaret."
look at you. congrats on this [ cheers ] you were - >> that is me under there somewhere. >> jimmy: you were nominated for an olivier award on sunday >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's fantastic >> you know what, it's -- this is -- i played - this looks like a sort of bejeweled haute couture skeleton but actually this is -- i play the emcee scene in "cabaret," and i played it as a kid when i was at school. so, it's always been one of those lifelong dreams, and the whole show was a dream so i'm thrilled. yeah, it's the sort of cherry on top of the -- >> jimmy: i mean that -- >> cake? >> jimmy: yeah, cherry on top. yeah cherry on top, yeah. "cabaret" is, you know -- it's a little -- it's a little dark >> it's pretty dark. >> jimmy: your kids probably didn't -- didn't see it, did they >> well, my kids are like, five and four and i took them to the theater recently to see "frozen," which they loved >> jimmy: "frozen" is fantastic. >> it's fantastic. and they're still beginning to understand that i'm an actor and i say, "daddy's doing a play
and doing a musical tune do you want to come and see the theater? and they came. they saw that scary costume, and that terrified them. and so i showed them the stage and i kind of, you know, sang a little song for them and they're like," that's great, dad, but it's not 'let it go.'" >> jimmy: no, it's not "let it go." it will never be "let it go. >> and more depressing is that like the songs from "cabaret" are like -- the song that i was listening on repeat learning it was like, "money makes the world go around. but it's like already dark sort of take on that. and so my kids are like, "money makes the world go round." no, no, no - >> jimmy: let's put on "frozen. let's put on "frozen." that's much better "frozen 2," what ever you want >> exactly >> jimmy: your first acting role -- is this correct? was it oliver? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i just did a little research >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: who did you play in "oliver" oliver >> it's still actually quite painful. and the other thing in "oliver" is like, you're either oliver or you're dodger or you're one of the gang. there are hundreds of children's parts but i had the famous part of the book boy, who is not in the
gang, isn't oliver has one line [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: the book boy oh, my god, we love the book boy. oh, my god, yeah that's our favorite character. >> the favorite character. i had one line and it went like this, "books you wanted from the bookseller, sir? it's a come on >> jimmy: wow. nailed it. [ cheers and applause that's how you do it >> but it was a big deal for me and it was at the london palladium, which was like a huge theater in london and the first night that i went on, i delivered my line, and i just walked very, very slowly off, took about three minutes. sort of royal wave - the director was like, "mate, this isn't -- you're not oliver you're not dodger. >> jimmy: no you're gonna break -- >> "get the hell off the stage. >> jimmy: people are gonna remember the bookseller kid. >> exactly >> jimmy: here's your book, sir. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: slowly walk out. but when you were first starting out, you had some pretty famous roommates. >> true. >> jimmy: in l.a >> it's been interesting
so, about -- what was it -- 15 years ago when -- there's a a thing in england in the winter it rains a lot and in l.a., it's really sunny, and there's this thing called pilot season and so, all these kind of out of work english actors go over to l.a. to try and get work, which we tend not to get but what we would do is just, like, be in the sunshine and then sort of call home and tell our families that we're all working incredibly hard. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i get it it's sunny out in l.a. >> it's sunny out in l.a but there was this group of us, and some of us lived together, some of us didn't. and -- but we would always go and hang out and play. and none of us got jobs. and then someone would get a a job and sort of go stratospheric and then the rest of us would sit back and - >> jimmy: what are we doing with our life? >> yeah. >> jimmy: play ping pong >> there was a lot of ping pong >> jimmy: these are people like andrew garfield? >> andrew, very good at ping-pong. [ cheers and applause fierce, fierce ping pong player, garfield >> jimmy: is he really
>> yeah, and i just remember that he did once come -- you know when you play tennis and someone comes with, like, a bag and maybe with two rackets >> jimmy: yeah >> i just remember once playing with andrew and he turned up with a ping pong bat in a like case [ light laughter ] i was like, he is not messing around he's a very good ping pong player >> jimmy: how is robert pattinson >> rob i didn't play ping pong with jamie dornan i played ping pong with >> jimmy: jamie dornan too i mean, this is -- the house of studs. i mean, what is going on >> well, it's funny because -- [ cheers and applause there was this thing i read the other day because jamie and rob have been promoting things recently, they were being asked about this and i read something about like how jamie was sort of bemoaning the fact of how stressful it was going to a club with rob because everyone would look at rob and no one would look at him. i was like, dude >> jimmy: you're jamie - >> try being me, man [ laughter ] jamie, face of calvin klein, billboards in new york, sort of six pack
i was like - >> jimmy: please, yeah give me a break. >> cry me a river. >> jimmy: a river, yeah. also -- i read something that robert pattinson was saying because he was promoting "the batman." and he was saying -- he would go to auditions and sometimes you're in the audition and there's someone in the room ahead of you auditioning and either get applause or get a a big reaction and it makes you nervous. 'cause you're like, "i've got to follow that?" and then the door would open, and you would come out and he'd be like, "oh, wow, you killed it again, buddy congrats." >> he's not doing too badly is he >> jimmy: no, he's not he's doing okay. >> the thing about rob and it was interesting, 'cause this whole bunch of us and there was charlie cox, tommy sturridge -- a load of us who all have remained really good buddies but each of us had our own kind of audition technique. and rob and tom's was always like whatever the scene appears to be on the page, you do the complete opposite. and so, i would be sitting outside, and i thought it was a quiet, intimate scene and i just hear sort of shrieks inside the room.
i was always - we're basically all desperately trying to find our way to like -- >> jimmy: of course. >> stand out -- from the crowd >> jimmy: he would just open the door like, i'm not going to get that one [ light laughter ] >> but good shrieks. >> jimmy: yeah, good shrieks, he tried i want to talk about the new film "fantastic beasts: the secrets of dumbledore. [ cheers and applause >> can i quickly just tell one more story when we made "fantastic beasts," it was at the same studio that rob was making "batman. >> jimmy: oh, yeah >> and we shared a gym because my character and my body is so buff [ light laughter ] anyway, one day i went to the gym, and i walked in and there was this guy with, like, a high ponytail massive, doing the most extraordinary stunts i've ever seen with his stunt director and it was that slightly embarrassing thing when you're a skinny runt and you go into a gym and there's someone -- and this is, like, the same gym that jason momoa goes to you're quite used to - >> jimmy: i would walk the opposite way
>> and i walk in and this guy goes, "hi" and i go "hi" and then i just sort of sit there watching him do these incredible things while i sort of weakly do a sit-up in the corner >> jimmy: you're like waving a a wand in the corner [ laughter ] >> gotta get my wand on. >> jimmy: you're like, "i'm good." >> it was that it was that. anyway, after 40 minutes of doing this, i sort of -- not 40 minutes 10 minutes i sort of scuttle off, and as i'm going, this guy goes, "bye eddie. and i look back, and it was rob. and he was so physically changed and he had a man bun and what i had seen him do was so dumbfounding. it was -- he completely transformed himself. i felt very lucky to see him because "batman" is so brilliant and his work in it i felt really lucky to see his commitment >> jimmy: isn't that fun to see? i like seeing my friends at work >> this was at 5:00 in the morning.
he's like sort of -- i was doing my wand lifting and he was doing ferocious, hardcore -- fights - >> jimmy: he went for it yeah he did look different. >> it was very impressive. >> jimmy: speaking of impressive, this is another "fantastic beasts: the secrets of dumbledore. i love watching you in any role that you play. you always dive right in for this third installment, it's a giant film. it's a giant deal. is there anything you could say about it or -- 'cause i don't want to give away secrets. >> you know, what i love about this one is it feels like it's a sort of wizarding heist movie. it's kind of like "oceans 11." >> jimmy: but for young family >> in a wizarding-like world >> jimmy: yes, i love that i love that. yes. >> is that a way to try and -- >> jimmy: yeah, it's a perfect way to sell. >> and dumb -- and jude law plays dumbledore is basically george clooney and i'm brad pitt. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: and that's -- he's george, you're brad and that's - >> can't you see the similarity >> jimmy: yeah, exactly right. you know what? i was going to ask you -- every time you're here -- i don't mean to bother you you don't have to this but you always either bring me something from the set that you've learned >> yeah. >> jimmy: or a magic trick you showed me once or something you had to physically do in the movie. do you have any embarrassing things >> it's worse than that. because i feel that on the first movie, they made me do a a mating dance with basically a rhino. [ light laughter ] and then i came and taught it to you which was wonderful to be able throw the humiliation onto you and i feel like now in each of these movies, they literally write something to humiliate me and knowing that when i read it i go, "that's horrendous but great because i get to teach it to jimmy." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: what did you do this movie? >> so, in this movie, there are these little critters called manticores and they kind of look like -- they look like sweet little lobsters.
but they're actually terrifying and in order to kind of calm these little manticores, i have to sort of adopt their movement [ light laughter ] so would you -- can i teach it to you >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah we have to it's a tradition [ cheers and applause it's a tradition now at this point, yeah. >> i feel like last time we did this, you split your pants [ laughter ] or i did >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, i did. yeah, i did. >> so, we might need to prep >> jimmy: okay >> prep your trousers. >> jimmy: yep, okay. my trousers are pretty prepped >> okay. >> okay. >> jimmy: all right. >> so you start with a - lunge. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: do it again, do it again. >> do it again start tall, start tall
they're not suspecting it and then a - lunge. [ cheers and applause and now -- now, once you're down here -- >> jimmy: yeah >> and this is why i was in the gym because you need those - >> jimmy: it's all core right now. >> those glutes. so, you then, gently move out. [ cheers and applause can you do that? >> jimmy: do it again. [ cheers ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah >> and now -- now you have to start moving this way. >> jimmy: okay all right. all right, all right i want to show a clip. here's eddie redmayne in "fantastic beasts: the secrets of dumbledore. take a look at this. ♪ >> follow me come on. ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: welcome back we're hanging out with eddie redmayne now eddie, you play newt scamander in the "fantastic beasts" movies. so, we thought we would put your knowledge of the character to the test in a game called "know your role. here we go okay, here go. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ kno your role ♪ >> jimmy: now, here's how it works. i'm going to give you an obscure fact about your character for the wizarding world -- universe in general and you have to tell me if you think that statement is true or false. it might get a little tricky >> yeah. >> jimmy: because your character has a pretty wild back story are you ready for this >> i am. go for it. >> jimmy: okay american wizards -
and you guys can help. or maybe not up to you, up to you american wizards use -- american wizards use currency known as dragots and sprinks >> oh, guys, you are so helpful. thank you. false. >> jimmy: that is true actually [ buzzer ] [ laughter ] i sold that. i sold sprinks funny on purpose. >> but it was such confidence from the audience. >> jimmy: i know, i know i was like, "sprinks." yeah, i hit that, but that was, yeah, that actually is true. dragots and sprinks, american wizards. there you go your character newt scamander once had a relationship with a a hippogriff named buckbeak. >> a relationship? that's all kinds of dodgy. >> jimmy: yeah, a relationship it could be -- platonic. >> well, newt's mom bred and raised hippogriffs so i'm going to go with true >> jimmy: false. we know -- [ buzzer ] [ laughter ] so far you're doing great. >> this is like a really cruel audience >> jimmy: no, they're doing -- they're playing with us. it's really good
i love this. thank you, guys. i love this. all right, a new word was created for the "fantastic beasts" movie, shriekelnoir, which is a magical ability to change size to fit into small spaces >> no, and i love that i know this because there was a word called choranaptyxic >> jimmy: that's correct [ buzzer ] that is correct. that's not a buzzer. that's a correct ] ding ] [ cheers and applause that is exactly right. how do you pronounce it? >> choranaptyxic >> jimmy: choranaptyxic. >> i love they told me it was invented because i thought it was a real word. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah it was invented. yeah, just for you - here we go newt was expelled from hogwarts for using a spell that turned his professor's hands into crab claws. >> newt was expelled from -- from hogwarts, but as far as i'm aware, not for my -- for my, sort of carotic dance. >> jimmy: that is correct, false. [ ding ] yes, that is correct
yes, you are right [ cheers and applause he was not expelled for that reason, no newt scamander's middle name is fido >> yeah. yeah >> jimmy: yeah it is true [ ding ] yeah -- yeah [ cheers and applause >> fido artemis. >> jimmy: fido artemis i like that. newt is actually able to temporarily transform himself into a fantastic beast known as snardvark. >> i'm desperate for it to be yes. can we stress that for "fantastic beasts 4? >> jimmy: yeah, yes. he's -- you're correct [ ding ] >> but the great thing about this movie is that it's magic. you can do anything. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: it's all magic yeah, it's all magic all right, so this is good you're doing great you're back. you're back. >> back in the room. >> jimmy: here we go which of the following beasts is not featured in newt's book glumbumble, nogtail, niffler, goochengoggle, chizpurfle? >> you know, i think the camera man is laughing --
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>> jimmy: oh, my goodness. it is great to have you here thanks so much for coming on >> thanks for finally having me on >> jimmy: i can't believe that you've never been -- i feel like we've - >> i know. i feel like we have, too >> jimmy: maybe on "late night" or something we have. we've hung out or something. i feel like -- >> yeah, yeah, yeah. something. >> i know you. maybe it's just because i'm a fan. >> me too. it's strange how that happens. >> jimmy: you have -- you have an amazing history, though, with "the tonight show." >> why, yes, i do. >> jimmy: i love this story. is it your -- who was it now this is your grandfather >> my grandfather was a comedian called cliff arquette but he had a character he invented called charlie weaver >> jimmy: i mean, charlie weaver i totally remember charlie weaver [ cheers and applause there's jack paar. that's your grandfather, cliff arquette this is "the tonight show" 1959 >> yes, exactly. >> jimmy: and this is at the hudson theater
but -- that's wild >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you remember -- did he tell you stories about these days >> well, my grandpa was in vaudeville and when he was 14, he went around the country playing at speakeasies, the trumpet and then he did live radio he was slap happy grand pappy on these, like, live radio comedy shows >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> and then he retired, but he'd created this character charlie weaver and everyone was watching "the jack paar show," because it was just this huge phenomena and he was watching one night and jack said, "you know who used to crack me up? charlie weaver what happened to him what happened to charlie weaver?" and my grandpa had been watching, so he wrote him, typed him a letter "i'm alive, i'm good, i'm retired. thanks for thinking of me. i love your show." and so, jack paar wrote him back and said, "why don't you come on my show. and then he became a a semiregular. and then he got "hollywood squares" and he had this whole second career. >> jimmy: isn't that amazing >> yeah. >> jimmy: i love that. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: so, did your parents encourage you to get into show business because -- >> no. my mom wanted to cry
she was like, "please! please, your principal said you could be a doctor. [ laughter ] why are you doing this?" >> jimmy: your principal said -- yeah >> yeah. >> jimmy: but i read somewhere that you did this. you said "i'm going to try acting i'm going to give it a year. and if i don't do it a year, i'm not going to do it." but what was -- what was plan b? >> i was going to be a midwife yeah, that was my plan b >> jimmy: that was your plan b >> yeah, and it's -- you know, someday i'll still -- maybe i'll be a midwife. who knows? >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, i think acting is going pretty well for you. >> it is thank you. >> jimmy: yeah >> thank you, lord but -- yeah. >> jimmy: what was it like would you audition and just -- >> yeah. well, the thing is i love both these ideas. but i was actually shy and scared "what if i'm a bad actress?" or "i don't want to be doing this for 30 years and never get anywhere." so, i'm going to give myself one year, because what i want more than being a midwife or being an actress is to be a brave person so, i'm going to say for one year, i'm going to go on this quest to be brave. so, every day, since it's more frightening for me to try to be an actress, i'm going to try to be an actress every day for a year and be willing to fail.
so, i'd go on these auditions sometimes. i went on this audition. it went so bad and they called my agent afterwards and they were like, "she was horrible i mean, that was the worst audition i ever saw. oh, my -- what was she thinking?" and i was like, "yeah. [ laughter ] i'm so brave." i'm going out again. >> jimmy: i'm doing my brave - i'm doing my year of brave >> well, i also said to them, "excuse me, that was no part at all. it was like this dumb secretary part she did nothing. so, in the audition, i was like, "oh, hi, oh, mr. grant oh, i think i dropped my papers i'm sorry. you know >> jimmy: yeah >> i just made her really fumbly-bumbly. and they thought that's who i was. and that i just wasn't prepared but i was like, "hell no call them back and tell them that was a choice. >> jimmy: yeah, i made that part interesting >> exactly [ cheers and applause and obviously i did a good job because they were pissed >> jimmy: they were -- yeah. mission accomplished >> exactly
>> jimmy: "severance" season finale airs friday on apple tv plus >> yeah, and we just got picked up for a second season >> jimmy: you did? [ cheers and applause oh, come on now! >> right >> jimmy: that's fantastic i love that. >> waffle party! >> jimmy: yes! >> at my house >> jimmy: it's a great concept i remember we had ben here to talk about it, ben stiller who directed most of the episodes but it's trippy, and it's really good. it's kind of like -- how would we describe it it's not -- it's like a dry -- it's like a dark comedy, but it's also -- it's not sci-fi but kind of is >> well, yeah, exactly when we were shooting, i was asking him too, "what's the tone here? and i was like, "is this retro sci-fi soap opera? is this -- what is this? " at moments it's film noir. and then it's comedy i mean, it -- it was really tricky but ben knew the tone the whole time >> jimmy: you can get a thing implanted in your brain so that when your -- when you clock into work, all you remember is your work day. and then once you clock out of work, all you remember is your outside work day >> yeah, you can't remember
anything at work when you're at home and you can't remember anything at home when you're at work >> jimmy: exactly. you really explained it -- where were you when we had ben on i was, like, fumbling. that's perfect we nailed it i didn't think it was that easy to describe, but yeah. and it's really good it's beautifully shot and it's trippy you're so great in it. i want to show a clip. here's patricia arquette in "severance." take a look at this. >> it's not your job to play nursemaid to every new refiner >> okay. so, what is my job >> are you really asking me that >> yeah. what is it we actually do here >> we serve here, you child! and until you get that through your mildewed-little brain and hit quota, ndr's hallway privileges are hereby revoked. so, get your little ass back to your desk and stay there until
you're told to move. >> jimmy: yes! come on! >> scary lady. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: that's how you do it that is how you do it. i'm so happy you're here you know, we were talking backstage, and you mentioned that there's something you want to bring awareness to. and i would like to talk about it >> thank you so much you know, i try to follow the center for missing and endangered kids. and on my twitter feed came up this little boy, simjie morrison. he's 12 years old. he has no known family, no known relatives. and he went missing in philadelphia but because he's under -- he's over 10, and they don't know he was abducted, they never put out an amber alert so, he went missing in philly. he's very small. he only weighs 72 pounds he's 5 feet tall please look at the center for missing and endangered kids and look at his picture. simjie morrison.
and if you happen to see him in new york, philly, new jersey, call 1-800-the-lost. >> jimmy: 1-800-the-lost do we know where he was seen last >> he was seen in philly he went missing from this sort of foster care facility called forget me not. >> jimmy: okay guys, if anyone knows anything about this, call 1-800-the-lost and i appreciate you bringing this to our attention. >> thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: if we get something, that'd be amazing. [ cheers and applause patricia arquette everyone the season finale of "severance" airs this friday on apple tv plus. we'll be right back with a a performance from rauw alejandro stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪
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