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it's expected to be a number one best-seller until another tell-all book about ump comes out tomorrow. then that -- [ laughter ] -- that will be the number ]e -- [ applau wow, even more stuff. actually, the book is already at the top of the best-seller's list for aman and barnes & noble. it's been purchased almost a a million times on amazoand twice at barnes & noble. [ laughter ] number one. [ applause ]>> teve: wow. >> jimmy: at one store in washington, people were lined up to buy the book at midnight. it was awkward when trump drove by, looked out the window and was like, "melania?" laughter and applause ] t and book, woodward says trump's plan to eliminate the federal debt was just to print more money. [ laughter ]re beis -- [ laughter ] before his staff could stop him, trump ran to kinkos with a a $100 bill and said, a ake me illion copies. [ laughter ] we're now -- applause ] we're so rich." chief of staff john kelly also denied a lotf things woodward wrote about him.
then woodward said, "kelly is wrong in denying those thing" [ light laughter ] as you can imagine, ke didn't like that. so he responded saying, "i refute woodward's denial that my claims that he was lying are ue." [ laughter ] wow. woodward heard that, and fought lyback saying, "i reject k refuting of my denial that claims that he was lying are true." and then kelly responded. "i object to woodward's rejection of my -- wait, i forget. whose denials are false?"[ ughter ] then woodward said, "yeah, hold on a second. i'm pretty sure that my rejectn of your denial of my refusal is true, right?" then kelly said, "wait, there was a refusal? don't remember a refusal. who refused what?" then woodward said, "wait, i niink i got it. you rejected my of your claim from my -- you know what, screw it. let's grab a beer." [ laughter and applause ] and it ended right there. th was -- ays, everyone is preparing for hurricane florenit heads towards the east coast. today in the oval office, trump spoke about the stor
he really knows what he's talking about. listen to this. >> and, again, they haven't seen anything like what's coming aus in 25, 30 years. maybe ever. it's tremendously big and tremendously wet. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "don't worry, i'm building an ark.an mexico is going to pay for it. [ laughter and applause ] it's going to be very wet." storm is going to be wet? okay, good. anything else? [ laughter ] and republican officials are worried that ted cruz will lose his re- election campaign because he's not likable enough. especially compared to his opponent beto o'rourke. and they might be right about s likability. look at the way both candidates answer some basic questions. when asked, "what do you like in to dour spare time," o'rourke said, play guitar." ted cruz said, "organize my documents." [ laughter ] when asked, "what is your ring tone, o'rourke said, "don't stop believin'."
ted cruz said, "the sound of my voice gently whispering the word 'moist.'" [ laughter ] en asked, "what is your favorite breakfast meal," o'rourke said, "pancakes with syrup." ted cruz said, "toothpaste with orange juice." [ laughter ] >> steve: really? >> jimmy: no, that's impossible. finally, when asked, "what is yo plan if you don't win t election," o'rourke said, "spend time with my family and keep fighting for what's right." ted cruz said, "organize my documents." [ laughter ] bad answer i could say why he's not in the lead. [ applause ]th i sa "the washington post" just published a board game based on education secretary bey devos. and that's not the only board game based on trump's white house. for example, there is also chutes and leakers. anlaughter ] next, there's unother words that will get you deported. [ laughter ]
then -- then there's total lack of stratego. [ laughter ] and finally, poorly run operation. there you go. very interesting games. [ laughter and applause ] interesting board games. go to your local walmart and pick those up. some sports news. last night on "monday night footba," the new york jets beat the lions 48-17! [ cheers and applause jets fans were so excited, they took the paper bags off their heads and started breathing in them. i mean, it was unbelievable. [ laughter ] and finally, i heard that ha south korestress cafes where people can go to take a a break from their day they are known here in america, bars. we have a great show tonight. gi everybody. the roots, [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: hey, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] lcome to the show.
thank you so much for watching. before we start, today is september 11th. and we just want to take a a moment to remember those who lost their lives and to thank all the first responders, the nypd, the fdny, port authority police and everyday new yorkers who continue to make this city what it is, the greatest city in the world. so thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] we're ve lucky to be here and thankful. guys, be sure to tune in tomorrow night. daniel radcliffe will be usining us. [ cheers and app] and we'll be debuting a a brand-new classroom instruments with aerosmith. steve: ooh. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we've been waiting a a long time to do it witthose guys. so it's going to be fun. then on thursday night, we are taking "the tonight show" to ntral park! >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: it's going to be big. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] it's a big show. ♪ that's right. we are teaming up with t-mobile to bri you a show out of the studio, under the stars. we have -- blake lively will be
there on the show. >> steve: whoa. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we hiee canderwood! [ cheers and applause ] maybe -- maybe even a surprise guest or two. >> steve: oohh: >> jimm very excited about this. thursday night, tune in. it's going to be big. [ cheers and applause ] there you go, a big sh us. first, we have an amazing show tonight. ob is an oscar and golden winning actor who stars in the new movie "white boy rick." matthew mcconaughey is here tonight.[ eers and applause ] we love him. later in the show, matthew and i are playing a round of true confessions. >> steve: ooh. [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: you don't want to miss that. icd we have great, great m from future! >> steve: oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: mixtape titled "beast mode 2," future. stick around. we'll be right back with matthew mcconaughey, everybody. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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whose new film "white boy rick" hits theaters this fridase plive a warm welcome to matthew mcconaughey. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, that's what i'm talking about it matthew mcconaughey. [ cheers and applause ] >> before we get going i want to ask for you sentiments on this day. >> jimmy: yeah. >> september 11th. nful day of remembrance, yes. but also a day where we shine an a lighreat resilience. [ applause ] j my: very good. >> a city, a people and a a nation. >> jimmy: absolutely. absolutely. >> howdy, howdy.
>> jimmy: very, very happy to have you here and lucky to have you here, back. o talk to you about the movie. i want to you about life. i want to talko you about mom, but i really want to talk about airstreams. and do you know -- because i know you h airstream. >> i have four. >> jimmy: what? this is insane. here's a picre of one of your airstreams. i'm obsessed with these things. look at this guy.ap ause ] >> yeah. that was when i was parked in malibu beach, yeah. : so i actually rented an airstream this summer because i wanted -- i'm from -- i'm from -- i was born in brooklyn, new y rk. sorry, i got to . not a real camper. >> was it intimidating to start with? a little bit? >> jimmy: yeah. i mean, i was just even making the choice to camp was a big deal. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: that was never brought up in my house hold. it was never -- o point i think i camped in my backyard. i got a tent at a garage sale. and i put a tent up in my back yard and i go, "i'm camping out, mom."ka and she goes, " she's almost like in tears that i was doing that. [ light laughter ]
inrooklyn, we just stay inside. we don't like the outdoors. and i go, "i'm doing it." and then i was there.ry i was rave. and then in the middle of the night she came out. she goes, "come back inside." that was it. >> half the night? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she was -- i feel like thereso a raccoon or thing. >> i've got a feeling you finally did it though in an airstream. did you stay a full night till sunrise? my: full night. full night. >> mom didn't come over at all? >> jimmy: mom didn't come over. no, not at all. [ laughter ] i had -- i had the greatest time ever on the airstream. i tell you right now, i recommend it. i highly recommend doing it. it is one of t coolest, best ings ever, and i ended up doing it. i got it othe beach as well. for a couple of days. i go, "i don't know. can i just" -- >> it's outstanding, isn't it? i mean, the lack of options are part of what's great about ima because it's. [ laughter ] ag jimmy: you're right. that's kind of the of it. >> the magic is, you look around, you can have one of everything if you have that. >> jim: including people. >> yes, including people because you're going to throw your clothes down on the couch it's messy. so it's like one of everything., keep it, you kice and in line. but it's -- you can take them anywhere. i've traveled all over. i've been to 49 stat in mine.
stayed in 49 states. >> jimmy: wow. >> only thing i missed was north data. also, i have them on the property as live-in guest houses. tand you can also airstre go. you can rent them now in vegas . and here they will give you a track and a place to go and places to camp and set it up for you to just head out and your campground is already set up where y want to go when you want to. >> jimmy: they did that with me because i -- i could barely open the door. [ laughter ] i was like i need someone to get me -- how do i get out and into this thing, because it's -- but the thing is, itt gorgeous. >> they're a great piece of architectu, yeah. >> jimmy: and do you have air conditioning in yours? >> i do, on the top. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah, i have a little air conditioning and that little awning thing came out. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i had th iawning out. case you want some shade or if it's raining. >> jimmy: yeah. i had two chairs -- you open up the back windows. >> jimmy: ye >> you see that beach in the morning. there you are, and the great thing about them is whenever you're tired of a location you just put them on the trailer and pull out and frdd a new backhe next day. >> jimmy: that's exactly right. i did not do that. [ laug but i really -- i thought about it. i thought about it.
i go, "well, i can't -- i can barely drive. i mean, i'm very cautious driver. i have a truck. >> but you stayed the full night. >> jimmy: yeah. >> that was the brave thing.ht [ la ] did you do more than one night? did you two nights? >> jimmy: dude, i did two nights. >> did you do two nights? >> jimmy: i cooked on a fire with a cast iron pan. [ cheers and applause ] i cooked. >> with your bare hands! j my: it was unbelievable! with my pot holder hand. i grabbed the pot out there. >> straight out of brooklyn, baby! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it was unbelievable. and i had the greatest time. i highly recommend it to anyone. i've never been camping. try it it's so rad. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: my kids loved it. i had a great thing. i was always jealous of you, because you come on the show and talk about that. but then, many things that i'm jeals of you of. [ laughter ] that being barely on the list. i mean, please. but the other thing i'm jealous of, are you like a creative director for wild turkey? >> yeah. ab jimmy: what? >> wild turkey, hot that?
>> jimmy: how do i get that job? >> that's a great day job, man. >> jimmy: unbelievable. >> great day job. >> jimmy: how did you -- you just ended up? >> they came looking to me a a few years ago about sort of f just being te of the brand. well, i was all ready a fan of wild turkey. and so as i started talking about ideas about where the company wanted to go, where the brand wantedo go. it became obvious. said, hey, you know what? i should be more than a face. let meome on and help direct where we're going to go creatively with the brand. : i mean wild turkey's a classic. >> it's a classic. and i met the russells, found a a story out there in lawrenceville, kentucky from those guys who've been doing it one way and on one way since y one. they're a great family. so i started telling their story. told the wild turkey story. alg the way i'm talking to eddie russell, the master distiller out there, i said, in his ear i said, "listen. y ve always wanted to make own bourbon. do you think maybe you and i can brew up some juice that is my favorite juice?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: brew up some juice. >> brew up some juice. [ laughter ] sounds like moonshine terms. >> jimmy: yeah, i love it. this is great. i want to be there in this meeting. yeah. >> so listen to this hard work i've got to do eddie russell, he said, i'm
from texas, he's from kentucky. let's put a ttle mesquite wood in the back bone of that wild turkey blend. and he's sending me samples, little pint samples, about 80 something over two years and my job, my sweat equity here is to taste those. [ laughter ] and then write down a te or call him and leave a note. 3:00 a.m. or draw some picture of how it felt, the journey it took through the palette. [ laughter ] anyway. on my birthday a couple years ago, i was with my wife, and we were down to like to the 88th bott, and i had it, and it was -- it was it.it i said, "that' i didn't tell my wife which one i liked. she had a sip of the four. she goes, "oh, that's it." i called him. i remember it was 2:30. eddie likes to remind me, no, it was 4:30 in the morning that i called him. but i said, "this is it. i don't even need a rock on it. i don't need to mix it with anything. this is my favorite tasting bourbon on the planet, and that's wild turkey long branch." >> jimmy: long branch. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and that's it. and you've got a little mesquite, a little smokey flavor to it.
>> yes, sir. yes, sir. >> jimmy: gosh. we're all doing it wrong. i mean, that is fantastic. [ laughter ]>> t's a hell of a hobby. >> jimmy: i love that. and is that out? >> it is out. yep. and more is coming out this september. going to be wide. it's been a great introduction. and wait until you taste it. it speaks for itself. >> jimmy: yeah. all right. i'll do it. next time you come on we'll have a little. [ cheers and applause ] i have to bring up -- i have to bring up your mom. >> yes. >>.immy: 'cause i do love h >> k. mac. >> jimmy: k. mac. k. mac is 80 -- >> 86. >> immy: 86 years young and just love the stories about her. but you said that you were going to take her on this family vacation with you. >> we did. it was time for a proper ti va, my kids told me. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i'm like, "what do you mean, we've been in mauritius. we've been in australia. we've been allhese places all er the world. we've been to all vacation." they're like, "no. you're always working, papai." which is what they call me, papai. portuguese for dad. so, they said, "no. we haven't been on a proper he vacationyou haven't been working." so i said, "okay. let's gather all the kids. s t's get my mom. let's get my wifd. t's go to the amalfi coa outside of italy. let go to the greek islands. we meet up with the harrelson
family in greece. >> jimmy: as in woody harrelson? [ light laughter ] >> now woody is the kind of guy -- woody is the kind o yat if you rent the place but he shows up befo get there, he will take the master bedroom. [ laughter ] but more about that later. >> jimmy: yeah. >> let me just say this about woody. even if the plan on ght is you're going to the oscars, it's probably a good idea to take your swimsuit. [ laughter ] all righat more on ater. let me get back to mom. you know what i'm talking about, woodrow. so we're there three weeks paradise. man, we had freedom. nobody was even taking pictures, the water. i greebeautiful. it's inherently generous. the sea doesn't bite. the air doesn't bite. thland doesn't bite. people love family. if take the eldest female which lways the her who is queen in any situation. we've had a great three weeks. we've had such a good three weeks that we decide when it's time to go, let's push this d do this another week.
everybodunanimously says, "yes." so we're going to cancelcahose to the airport that afternoon. except my mother who is all packed up, ready to go. her suitcases. we go, "mom, we got an idea. everyo says we would like to stay another week in paradise." and she's like, "well, no. no, i don't think that's a good idea. my mind was prepared that we leave today, and i'm ready to go." [ laughter ] we're like, "mom, hang on a a minute. hang on a minute, mom. everyone -- we've got another week. we aught you'd say thank you. >> jimmy: paradise. >> all of a sudden she's like, "i have to get back to pilates class on tuesday." [ laughter ] >> "and i need to go to my salon to get my nails done."i' and just asaying this, my wife, very smartly, goes, "hey, k. mac," which is what they call her. "you know what. i know a great nail salon in town here. let's go get our nails done ande l do pilates on the beach later on." and all of a sudden my mom is owke, "i'll unpack right n i'd love to stay another week." [ laughter ] she just needed a little tlc. she just needed a little t.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i know -- welcome back, everybody. we're hanging out with matthew mcconaughey! >> hey, hey! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: his new movie "white boy rick" is in theaters everywhere this friday. "white boy rick." this is a true story. >> based on a truetory, yes si >> jimmy: explain what this story is. because this is a young -- >> early '80s. >> jimmy: yeah. >> southeast detroit. a young man, rick wershe jr., 14, dealing on the streets. the fbi comes to him and says, "i wt you to be an informant." he says, "no, i'm not going to be an informant." they said, "yeah, are you going to be an informant because we've got two bodies that we
traced back to guns that your dad was selling. so he id "yes, i will be an informant." [ light laughter ] the state busted him dealiof -- the statichigan just passed a 650 gram law. if you were caught with more than 650 grams of any type of drug you were sent ar life in prison.ol at 17 year he got busted and went away for life.d the fbi cot confirm nor deny that he was an informant. he just got his first parole after 27 years, about six months ago and he's my age, 48. >> jimmy: wow! >> that's our story. >> jimmy: yeah. >> that's our story. and it's a heck of a story. [ cheers and applause ] but the basis of it, it's are story about a family trying to stay together through all of that. >> jimmy: because the dad is -- he deals guns. >> the dad is not your -- he's not your prototype parent by any means. >> jimmy: dad's not "leave it to beaver." no, yeah. >> no, no, no, no, no. and i'm, you know, peddling ns n the street and my son is going out and helping him, you know, sell them and such
but it's a story for me. as a father i played single parent homes, fathers that want to be best friends weir kids, which that isn't usually the recipe for good parenting. and i play a guy who just couldn't, you know, couldn't toe the line as a parent anyway. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and who is the kid? i don't even recognize him. >> richie merritt. richie merritt. we're looking for this role and it is a plum role. actors from 12 to 18 all wanted this role of white boy rick. the director yann demanage, after two years, hadn't quite found the right kid. well, what happened in a a principal's office in baltimore high school on a a street casting session, we're going and the casting director pitches the part to the principal. the principal says, "well, that's a little -- you ought to start wght there. [ laughter ] and th young boy, 15, who understood life on the street comes in and gets the role.
and he's the lead in our film, and he does a beautiful job, man. he was able to behave naturally in front of the camera.ee [ and applause ] >> jimmy: wow! >> yeah. never -- and i'm talking about, this was his first job this kid's ever had. >> jimmy: wow! >> not only that. they say you're be working with matthew mcconaughey as your dad, and he's like, "cool. who is that?" [ lanohter ] didn'twho i was. we met at a bowling alley in our first meeting. >> jimmy: really? and i was standing at t front and he would have walked right past me if i wouldn't had seen a picture of him and said, rritt?" and he said, "yes?" "it's mcconaughey." [ laughter ] >>e immy: he lucked out beca he got a cool guy to hang out with. >> yeah, well, i mean, it was a a great experience, man. >> jimmy: it must be fun to see thmebody with a fresh face, too, to come int film set and be like, "wow, this is all wonderment." ell, he had the one -- i mean, he had the respect and understood the blessings of what he had and the sition and he was in. t at the same time, he didn't have too much reverence for what it was he was doing. meaning there was a 20% chance every night after work i
thought he might catch a bus back to baltimore and say, "f you, guys. [ laughter ] i'm tired of the hours." >> jimmy: really? which was perfecbefor the role use you needed a young man with an edge that didn't give an s-h-[ bleep ]. you know? enough of that. and he stuck with. he didn't catch that bus back to btimore. >> jimmy: that's great. >> thank you, richie, we would have come got you anyway. >> jimmy: ah. [ lauger ] >> and he does a wonderful job. and he's a great young man with a great heart. >> jimmy: isn't that great to hear stories like that? my>> yeah. >> jyeah. and to give a kid like a break like that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: did he talk at all to the real -- >> he's talked to him many times. he hasn't met him. i've met t w real rishe jr. richie has just talked to him on the phone quite a bit. >> jimmy: wo man, oh, man. we have a clip. here's matthew mcconaughey trying to keep his family together in "whiteoy rick." checthis out. >> no, get back. >> get off of me! >> go back in the house, son. go in the house and get dressed -- >> no! stop. stop! >> stop. no. no. [ engine revving ] >> dad! >> ah. keep going. i got it under control.
you don't need to stop the car, pop. everything's fine. don't get out of the car. >> everything is not fine! a man just ran out of your house almost dents my imperial, and you don't have a damn thing under control. >> i hate you! >> you're going to let her talk to you like that. >> get in the house. i got this under control. >> oh, for christ -- >> all right? >> it ain't under control. >> stay out of it. looks like richard's having a a bad day. >> no, mom, i'm not having a a bad day. my son and i walked in the lion's den this morning and walked out with the golden fleece. ain't that right, ricky? >> that's right. >> that's right. >> you're pathetic! both of you! >> hey, put some clothes on, will you? we're going for custard! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're going for custard! matthew and ruare playing confessions" after the break. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ why shop marshalls?
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>> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we're hanging out with matthew mcconaughey [ cheers and applause ] his new movi"white boy rick" is in theaters on friday. matthew, tariq, and i are ab to play a game of deception called "true confessions." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we'rplaying against the real deal actor here. here's how it works. in front of us are two envelopes containing confessions. one confession is true. the other is a lie. once you read your confession, the other two players have 60 seconds to interrogate you. and then they have to guess if you've been lying or telling the truth. matthew, you'll go first. tariq, which envelope should matthew open? >> tariq: i'm going to say the bottom, please. >> number two. >> jimmy: here we go. >> tariq: yep. .umber two. >> number two sa >> jimmy: here we go. [ light laughter ]
>> i, mcconaughey, got charged by a mountain ram at edge of the grand canyon and had to throw my 6-month-old child 15 feet through the air to my wife to save him. >> tariq: i don't know. >> jimmy: now the grilling begins. >> hurry up. sixty seconds. >> tariq: what year was it? >> this was my 40th birthday. >> jimmy: yeah, well, that's interesting. 16 months, do the math towre. i don't ow old your kid is. but, wait, at the grand canyon. was the airstream there? >> yes, it was. 2004, the one in the picture you just saw. >> tariq: so you threw the baby to your wife? >> yes. >> tariq: who was --tt >> who had sed down along the edge when the ram had me here with about a 20 foot drop. >> tarram. >> and i had -- after i all ready got rid of the dog i had to launch levi through the air for my wife to catch so we didn't get rammed off the edge.ou >> jimmy: soaved the dog first? >> well the dog -- [ laughter ] it was like those masks in the airplane. >> tariq: okay. okay.
>> so the dog was the one that was pissing the ram of the dog is the one that starts growling first. and i'm like, "b.j., uh-uh." o i had to get rthe dog. then i noticed i'm holding -- >> tariq: so it was like a baby ram, or like a full on --? >> no, this was the alpha. [ light laughter ] i'll show you how in ae. [ light laughter ] [ buzzer ] like a deliverance story. >> jimmy: i think you gave it away. it has to be true. >> tariq: what? i say it's a lie. [ light laughter ] [ drum roll ] >> that's a good one, isn't it? you know what? that's 100% true. >> tariq: what? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i knew it. i knew it. really?re you thw the baby? >> here's what happened. i mean, we were -- we were having a picnic up tand then what i noticed, and i t backed up edge after i've gotten rid of the dog and gotten rid of my son. and i grab this little branch m behi tree and i get behind it. and it's like this cherry bush about as big as my pinkie. and i'm like, "this is not going to save me at all."
and i squared off and just tried to go as yoda as i could with this ram. and just say, "not me, whatever it is." he was kicking dirt and er hing. he hops off and swings back around. we look over on the other side. his harem is on the other side. so we were between him and all of his ladies. >> tariq: oh yeah. >> and he didn't want any other male scent on his mountain. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. >> i was like, "your mountain, sir." >> jimmy: i knew it. i knew it was true, because --. >> tariq: i should have believed it. h jimmy: yeah. well, i just -- e just similar lives. [ laughter ] >> straight out of brooklyn! >> jimmy: here we go. my turn. which envelope should i open? number one or number two? .>> oh, yeah, that one, t >> jimmy: you sure? >> that's the one. >> jimmy: could be the truth or could be a lie. [ lighlaughter ] i once was attacked by a ram on -- [ laughter ] vacation. no, seriously. here we go. [ laughter ] >> that was related to the other ram. >> jimmy: related to the other ram. yeah, we were on vacation together.
i was dressed as a baby.[ ght laughter ] it was a dodge ram and had me cornered in my airstreamnd i'm like, "help." all right, here we go. i, jimmy fallon, once docked a a ferry full of tourists coming back from e statue of liberty. [ light laughter ] >> yeah. what year was this? >> tariq: yeah, when was this? >> jimmy: i ink 2000 maybe? >> did you have a driver's license back then? >> i do not drive a boat or anything. no. i have my driver's license, sure. >> tariq: what were you doing coming from the statue of liberty? >> jimmy: liberty. statue of i go there all the time. >> tariq: okay. >> saturday, moseying around, something to do. >> jimmy: think it was a weekday. >> were you getting paid for this job? >> jimmy: no. no.ju like the statue of liberty. >> were you like, "hey, i'm jimmy fallon. hey, captain, let me dock the ferry boat?" [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no. i wouldn't do that. i wouldn't put people's lives in jeopardy. wi tariq: who went to the statue of libert you? >> jimmy: i went solo. i went by myself. >> tariq: what? [ laughter >> oh it wasn't, you didn't have a bunch of tourists that came to see the statue of liberty? >> jimmy: there was a bunch of
people on -- >> so because you took the rr solo by yourself, a lot of people that really have never seen the statue of liberty had to sit over on land and wait for you, the ity to get back. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, i didn't go on the boat by myself, the ferry. i wentith other people, but i didn't invite anyone. it wasn't like -- i went by myself. >> there were a lot of seats still open that people were waiting for. not mmy: no, no, that true. [ buzzer ] >> tariq: okay. so we can't ask you anymore questions. i don't know, man. i'm going to say it's a lie. [ drum roll ] y 're going to say it's a a lie? it's a lie. >> jimmy: it'srue. >> what? d cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i drove cked the ferry. ♪ it was the weirdest ing ever. that is what happened to me. we were cong back. i went because i really -- i'm into the statue of liberty. it's really amazing. [ laughter ] so i went. i was just hanging out. rrgo, "this is awesome." then i get on the back. and this captain goes -- people started autogras and stuff like that, 'cause it was before like cell phones really.o anhey wanted autographs and stuff. so i go, the captain is like, "just come up here in the cockpit and just, you know, so
you won't get mobbed." and i go, "okay." and he goes, "have you ever docked a ferry?" i go, "what are you talking about?" there's probably like 200 people on this thing.ow i don't hundred -- i don't know how many people fit in a ferry. i don't even know what i was on. again, the guy was a great guyba he's py fired by now. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: he's like,, turn the thing and pull the throttle this way, and that way." g d i was like, "what's go on?" and i full on docked the ferry.w absolutely crazy and totally true. and i was like, "what just happened?" that's what happens when youe hang out at atue of liberty. >> tariq: solo. >> jimmy: yeah, here we go. solo. all right. tariq, hiqe we go. >> tall right. which one? which one do i open? >> jimmy: i think number --. >> tariq: uno? >> jimmy: number one. uno. ariq: okay. >> jimmy: i can break you. i can know if you're telling the truth.i ng with him all the time. he had it the backwards way. >> i once drove around with kanye west in the trunk of my car. [ laughter ] >> kanye was in the truck? >> tariq: yes, sir. >> and you werdriving? >> tariq: yes. >> just the two of you? >> tariq: no. >> who else was in the car? [ laughter ] >> tariq: common.
>> you and common. and common's riding shotgun. >> jimmy: kanye west was in the trunk of your car? >> tariqyes. jimmy: and why did he end up in the trunk of your car? >> tariq: he was avoiding people who were trying to take photographs of him. >> he should have gone up and driven and docked the ferry. >> tariq: i know, right? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why didn't he go down -- why didn't you put a blanket over him in the backseat or mething? >> tariq: yeah, i don't know. i guess i -- i don't know. >> jimmy: whose idea was it to go in the trunk? >> tariq: it was his. >> it was his? p tariq: yeah. >> let me get sovacy in the trunk. >> tariq: i mean, he just wanted me to get him out of there. we were in a sneaker store in l.a. it's called -- i don't know, i'm not going to mention it. but -- [ laughter ] it's a pretty popular, you know, sneaker store, you get the exclusive -- >> beep, bp. >> tariq: no. get out of here. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> tariq: there was anvent there. the store happened to be about a block and a half a y from a a residence where common lived. he lived with the legendary producer jay dilla there. >> jimmy: don't try to >> tariq: i'm trying. >> the details are good here, but from the sneaker store t the trunk, i'm sorry do we go -- [ buzzer ] >> tariq: no, we went out the back door. >> and got in the trunk. >> tariq: and he got in the trunk and i drove.
and he got in the trunk >> jimmy: so far, true, true. >> living with -- common living with the producer is nice, nice detail. >> jimmy: i don't think kanye -- i don't think kanye would jump in a trunk. it's not -- i would say kanye would be like, "bng it, bring it." >> i hope it's true. >> tariq: maybe today he would, but this wasn't today. th was a while ago. [ drum roll ] >> i mean, look, for story telling alone, got to say the details throwing the scent off on the side like bob dylan would do. i'm going say it's good enough o ay it's true, and if it ain't it ought to be. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: kanye west was in the trunk of your d you drove him around -- you drove him and he was in the trunk of your car. >> yes, 2004 porsche cayenne. [ light laughter ]ls >> oh, the det >> jimmy: i don't know what that means c- >> tariq: mon lives a a block away. >> is that a small trunk? >> with the producer. >> tariq: yeah. jay dilla. >> jimmy: jay dilla, who common lived with and was at a sneaker event.
kanye likes sneakers. doesn't he have yeezy's? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. probably this is pre-yeezy. ] [ light laught >> jimmy: yeah, it's pre-yeezy. he probably thought about the idea when he was locked in the trunk. [ laughter ] he's like, "i got an i get me out!" >> tariq: right. >> jimmy: oh, man. e i like to be right on th games. no, no way kanye west would ever be in the bk of your trunk ever. ie i say he did. >> tariq: it's a ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was a good one! >> my favorite, my favorite. and common lived a block away with the producer jadilla. >> jimmy: jay dilla, that was the one. my thanks to matthew mcconaughey. tariq trotter. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with a a performance from future! [ cheers a applause ] ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- anna kendrick, from "insecure", actress and comedian natasha rothwell, featuring the 8g band with fred armisen. ♪ [ cheers and appuse ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] fantastic to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. press -- [ scattered cheers ] press --s prcretary sarah huckabee sanders said yesterday that the white house is not considering conducting lie detector tests to uncover