tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC February 3, 2016 11:34pm-12:37am EST
[ cheers and applause ] >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- martin scorsese, gillian jacobs, musical guest, the chainsmokers, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 410, b-more! whoo!
jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's why you get up. that's why you wake up every morning. come on. you get to hear that. that's it. exciting. that's the love. that's a hot, hot, hot, hot new york city crowd. welcome, everyone, to "the tonight show." this is it. [ cheers and applause ] you made it. thank you for coming. thank you for watching. i appreciate it, everybody. i love you, too. let's get to some news here. this is what everyone is talking about. of course, it's still the iowa caucus. on monday, hillary clinton narrowly won in iowa with the final results showing that she beat bernie sanders by less than 1%.
at the 1% before. [ laughter ] [ as bernie sanders ] it's always the 1%. [ applause ] actually, hillary is facing criticism for declaring victory in iowa prematurely. yeah. the final results weren't actually announced until around 1:00 p.m. on tuesday, but she declared victory back in april of last year. [ laughter and applause ] people got a little ticked off. a little upset. >> steve: just a little bit. >> jimmy: well after receiving less than 1% support in the iowa caucuses, martin o'malley suspended his presidential campaign. [ audience aws ] in a related story, the new york jets have announced that they've decided not to play in the super bowl this week. [ laughter and applause ] not gonna do it. not gonna do it. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: they decided it. >> steve: yeah. they suspended it. >> jimmy: yeah. they suspended their -- [ laughter ] >> steve: they suspended. >> jimmy: we're suspending our playing, and good luck to whoever wins. you know what, i won't be watching. >> steve: yeah. sorry. >> jimmy: i'll be doing something -- spending time with family that day. [ laughter ]
ted cruz made history by becoming the first hispanic to win the iowa caucus. then cruz said, "and the first canadian -- i mean, nothing." [ laughter and applause ] now, this isn't good, you guys, right here. experts are saying that the low turnout for jeb bush in iowa means that he spent almost $3,000 per vote. [ audience ohs ] man, talk about a waste of $6,000. >> steve: i know. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: you know what i mean? that's -- >> steve: you're not seeing that money again. >> jimmy: of course, jeb's had a tough couple months campaigning. despite a poor showing in iowa, he was back at it yesterday in new hampshire. and if nothing else, he still knows how to work a crowd. >> i think the next president needs to be a lot quieter, but send a signal that we're prepared to act in the national security interests of this country, to get back in the business of creating a more peaceful world. please clap. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh!
oh, no. >> jimmy: for the love of god. can i get like an awkward cough? anything? a nod, can you move? come on. >> steve: oh, god. >> jimmy: any sound at all? gosh. [ laughter ] please clap. come on. do i gotta make you do everything? >> steve: try to thumbs up. >> jimmy: anything. you know, it's gonna be tough when jeb announces he's withdrawing from the race and gets a standing ovation. [ applause ] he's like, that's what i wanted you to do in the first place. poor jeb, man. but the big story in iowa -- [ laughter ] it's just still -- i just -- he just, it's a good thing. he should have applause. >> steve: yeah. he's talking about peace, world peace. >> jimmy: just please clap. come on. >> steve: come on. let's do that live. >> jimmy: i should do that for my monologue. yeah. come on, that was a decent joke. come on, clap. >> steve: yeah.
you're gonna do? [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: bush. >> jimmy: it makes you happy when people clap. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. the big story in iowa that everyone's talking about has to be donald trump. all right. who didn't win. he actually came in second to ted cruz. and after trump's second place finish, people started retweeting one of his tweets from 2013 that says, "no one remembers who came in second." [ laughter ] even kanye west was like, "you got to be careful what you put on twitter, man." [ laughter and applause ] you gotta take your time. >> steve: especially with the number two. >> jimmy: yeah. actually, a lot of people say that donald trump sounded pretty humble during his concession speech, but i don't know. to me, it sounded like classic trump. did you see this? [ as trump ] >> jimmy: good evening. it's me, donald j. trump. [ laughter ] in case you were wondering, the j. stands for genius.
i'm here tonight because the people of iowa have wisely named me the winner and champion of second place. [ laughter ] it's just like children say, first is the worst, second is the best, third is the one with the hairy chest. [ laughter ] marco rubio, get that taken care of. [ laughter ] you wouldn't want your hair to make you look ridiculous. [ laughter and applause ] let's think about it, two is bigger than one. one plus one is two. so basically, i won twice. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and if you don't believe me, just look at these examples of why two is better than one. first up, "toy story 2." clearly the superior movie. [ laughter ]
[ cheers ] i've never even -- i've never even heard of an r1-d1. [ laughter ] next up, the twins on the "bachelor." they're fantastic. first of all, four boobs. [ laughter ] plus, they're way better than that psycho olivia. i mean, is she nuts or what? and finally, the minion that has two eyes. way cuter than the minion with just one eye. who, let's be honest, looks like a penis who can see me. [ laughter ] anyway, what i'm saying is that i'm proud to be in second. from now on, when you think donald trump, i want you to think huge number two. [ laughter and applause ] so watch out, new hampshire, because the deuce is loose. cue the music. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have a great show.
there, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, hot show tonight. big show tonight. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: brand new, fresh show for you tonight. guys, we got some big news here. we are taking the show to los angeles the week after next, and we have some big guests joining us. i'm talking will ferrell, christina aguilera, zach galifianakis, jennifer lopez, snoop dogg, vince vaughn, bryan cranston, demi lovato. >> steve: what? >> jimmy: we've got music by pit bull with special guests. [ cheers and applause ] we got the weeknd. the weeknd will be there. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: and making his television debut on our show, zayn malik will be there. >> steve: oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: also, for the first time on tv, we have dead & company. that's right, with john mayer doing it up.
>> jimmy: i know you love some grateful dead. >> steve: he loves it. >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. it all starts monday, february 15th. set your dvrs, set your tivos, set your betamax machines. it's gonna be a great show. [ applause ] first, joining us tonight is one of the greatest film directors of all time. from "taxi driver" to "the last waltz" to "raging bull" to "goodfellas" to "casino" to "wolf on wall street." i said "wolf 'on' wall street." i screwed it up. that's not even the name of his movie. he never made that movie. >> steve: no. he didn't. he wanted to. >> jimmy: "the wolf on wall street" was a movie i made. >> steve: yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: anyway, the one and only is here. martin scorsese is here, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] "the wolf of wall street." >> steve: "wolf of wall street." >> jimmy: oscar winning, yeah. he and mick jagger -- imagine that. martin scorsese and mick jagger get together, they create this show on hbo called "vinyl." we're gonna talk about that. then mr. scorsese is going to indulge me and play a fun game called five- second movie
it's gonna be great, and i'm going to lose. [ cheers and applause ] plus, from the new judd apatow series "love," gillian jacobs is stopping by. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and performing their hit song, i love this song, "roses." we have music from the chainsmokers! >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the chainsmokers. hey, everybody knows this sunday is super bowl sunday. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] get out there, get my chips, get my dip. >> steve: dip. >> jimmy: i got my favorite acceptance speeches from the nfl honors that was on a couple days beforehand. >> steve: oh, my god. i love that show. >> jimmy: they love to give out awards all the time. they give out awards during the whole year. they give out awards, you know, mvp. you know, stuff like that. did you know that? they give out awards, like, you know, things that are in high school yearbooks. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: like class clown. >> steve: sure. >> jimmy: most likely to succeed. >> steve: yes.
i mean. it's time for tonight show superlatives. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] tonight show superlatives >> jimmy: our first player is mike tolbert. he's a fullback for the carolina panthers. he was voted "most likely to ask his barber for the hershey's kiss." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: people we're asking. next up -- [ laughter ] >> steve: busted. busted. >> jimmy: sorry, sorry. >> steve: quit talking and start jogging. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: next up, we have ryan harris. he's an offensive tackle for the denver broncos. he was voted "most likely to be sinbad's son, sonbad." [ laughter ] sonbad. >> steve: i didn't know someone's named sonbad. >> jimmy: not sinbad, jr. sonbad. >> steve: yeah, i think, sinbad, jr. >> jimmy: next up for the broncos is james ferentz. he was voted "most likely to be the adult version of the kid from 'up'." [ laughter and applause ]
can we see that? oh, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: not bad. same guy. >> steve: good award. >> jimmy: same guy. next up from the broncos, we have matt paradis. oh. he was voted "orange julius caesar." there you go. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: wait, the orange julius caesar? >> jimmy: orange julius caesar. >> steve: or orange julius caesar? >> jimmy: we have -- next up, we have jordan norwood from the broncos. he was voted "most likely to take a viagra and have his neck grow six inches." >> steve: oh, wow. [ laughter and applause ] call a doctor if it's like that for more than four hours. >> jimmy: next up from the broncos, we have danny trevathan. he was voted "most likely to be so high that he's not high anymore." [ applause ] >> steve: full circle. >> jimmy: full circle, yeah. rare when it happens. >> steve: should have been vaping. >> jimmy: next up from the panthers is greg olsen. he was voted "surfin' dexter." [ laughter and applause ]
he's like regular dexter. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: but he surfs. >> steve: regular dexter but this one's a surfer. >> jimmy: what's up, dude? oh, man, i'm going to cut this thing up, yeah. [ laughter ] next up from the panthers is brenton bersin. he was voted "most likely to play the swedish foreign exchange student in an "american pie" movie. [ laughter and applause ] is that an apple pie? for real? cool, dude. >> steve: ooh, good. >> jimmy: that's fresh, dude. >> steve: that's funky fresh, my man. >> jimmy: watch me whip and nae-nae, dudes. >> steve: right on. >> jimmy: next for the broncos is starting quarterback peyton manning. >> steve: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he was voted "most likely to reward his teammates with a werther's original." [ laughter and applause ] that's a nice thing. >> steve: here you go. >> jimmy: a nice thing -- coveted treat. >> steve: and a shiny nickel. >> jimmy: he was actually given two awards. >> steve: oh, was he really? i did not know that. >> jimmy: he was also voted "most likely to get sacked and say 'help i've fallen and i can't get up.'"
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by one of the great american artists of the past 50 years. he's a peabody, grammy, emmy, golden globe and academy award winning director, and along with mick jagger he's the creators of a huge new hbo series called "vinyl." there's a poster for it right here it premieres next sunday, february 14th at 9:00 p.m. please welcome one of the best to ever do it. here's martin scorsese, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's it. yeah, i know. hot crowd. >> wow. >> jimmy: hot crowd.
so much. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you for being here. we always think about you and your buddy, robert de niro. >> oh yes. >>jimmy: we always think of you guys together as buddies, like you hang out all the time. like bert and ernie. you guys are roommates. >> that's true. it gets to the point where we don't see each other for a few months, but when see each other, it's yeah, right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah exactly. >> just said the same thing. >> jimmy: i've done impressions of him in front of him and behind his back. but also -- but he's been very nice. that's good. he was my first guest ever on our "tonight show." >> really? >> jimmy: yeah, and so i've done impressions -- >> did he speak? >> jimmy: we put some words -- [ laughter ] he moved his mouth. so we made it look like he said a lot. yeah, yeah. he said he doesn't love to talk. do you do an impression of him? >> well, i don't really do impressions of bob. i don't know what happened over the years. we kind of somehow -- i like to think we melted into each other kind of in a way.
and it's from "goodfellas" that's become part of my mantra in a sense. >> jimmy: which one is that? >> it's a scene where frank vincent playing billy bats really, really gets under joe pesci's skin by calling him you know, go get my shine box. >> jimmy: oh, it's the best scene, yeah. >> you know, and he says -- finally they're having a drink. and he's going, "come on, go get your shine box." at that point they have to pull joe away from him, screaming, kicking and frank says, "what the hell's the matter with him? what's the big deal? can't he take a joke? i didn't bother him." so bob is about to have a a drink, and he goes, "well, you did insult him a little bit." [ laughter ] and then frank answers, and frank goes, "no, i didn't." then bob does best he goes, "okay. salud." we know we know what that okay is. >> jimmy: yeah that okay -- the night not gonna end well for you. >> i always i always do that, you did insult a little bit. okay, okay let it go. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is definitely him.
>> yeah, it's a more subtle one. >> jimmy: and the music, by the way, the music is so good. >> we were talking about that time, remember? we were talking in l.a. about that. >> jimmy: yeah, we talked about harry nilsson. we talked about all that. i cornered you at a restaurant. sorry about that. >> no we had a great time. >> jimmy: i wouldn't let you leave. >> i had a great time. >> jimmy: i love -- i love "vinyl" because you, you get together -- how does mick jagger, how do you guys get together and just start talking? >> mick came to -- wanted to have a meeting with me back in 1996, '97 about doing a feature film sort of based on the idea of "casino," in a way. he'd just seen "casino," and liked it, but the music business. and it took a long time. we tried working with many different people, trying to get it to a feature. but i couldn't figure out where to stop and where to start -- where start and where to stop. >> jimmy: sure. >> because the music. come on. >> jimmy: it doesn't end. >> i mean come on, you go from 1945 to 2005 and you can keep going. and so eventually, i started working with terry winter on "boardwalk empire." >> jimmy: absolutely.
>> thank you. terry wrote "the wolf of wall street." and so at one point he was writing the script of this, "vinyl" what became "vinyl," and at one point? i kept saying, "what this, though? what about the '60s here? what about so and so and arena rock at this point and what about the beginnings of hip-hop and all this?" and he said, "why don't we make it a series?" and so it took only about 20-some-odd years, but this is the result. >> jimmy: yeah. >> this is the result. and mick is, you know, exec producer and were on to it all the time. he's always calling from some place like venus or -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, right. he's like on a remote island. like, "i'm calling you from middle earth." and i didn't know you could go to middle earth. yeah. >> exactly. >> jimmy: i got a nice little place on middle earth. it's very nice, you should come here. >> yes, exactly. >> jimmy: i should get a place on middle earth. >> and the connections are good. you can hear him. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah you can hear everything.
thing every friday night before the show is on sunday. they're releasing a sound track for the upcoming episode that week. so this first one is available. this one has -- i love david johansen. >> oh yes. >> jimmy: you cannot beat him. >> i know. i know. he did it again in this, "personality crushes" and "stranded in the jungle." >> jimmy: i love that song i know the original. oh, i love that one. what was the other one i saw, here? i never heard foghat's version of "i just want to make you love of you." but it's gotta be amazing. >> yeah. yeah. sturgill simpson, if you don't put your money on that artist. >> yes. yes. >> jimmy: he's gonna be the biggest dude. >> yeah, yeah amazing. >> jimmy: you know, you love music. me too. i'm like, freaking out for this. bobby canavale. we had ray romano on the show the other night talking about it. >> ah. >> jimmy: he was so funny and good. it's just rock 'n' roll, it's just everything combining in 1973 in new york city. >> yes. yeah. we chose ultimately, it was terry and a number of us got together and we said, well, it's got to be the '70s, because the '70s so much happened with music here, particularly in new york. and apparently, although i'm a a die hard new yorker, so i didn't really notice.
a very bad decade for the city. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i did, you know, "mean streets" and "taxi driver," and it was normal for me. >> jimmy: great. >> seriously, it really was, you know. and i couldn't tell. everybody said it was horrible. but at the same time, it created an artistic atmosphere. it created atmosphere. and so you have in '73 when the show starts, you have just -- the waning of the '60s and the music becoming a little more bloated in a way, arena rock and this sort of thing. 12-hour organ solos. you know. >> jimmy: "vanilla fudge," that was a great one. >> oh yeah, "vanilla fudge." "keep me hanging on" goes on for hours. [ laughter ] so in any event, the thing about it was that in the '70s, that began a kind of reaction against what was happening in the late '60s and early '70s, which became punk, became the ramones, one, two, three, four, two minutes, that's it the song is over. >> jimmy: three chords. yeah. yeah. >> three cords. that's it. we don't even know how to play. >> jimmy: exactly. that's it.
i'm not saying they didn't know how to play. a lot of groups -- >> jimmy: that's what they did >> and that's what they did. and the thing about it, i used to love -- i listened to punk later in the '70s. and a couple of friends of mine were really well known, great composer musicians, but they can't play, so, doesn't matter. it doesn't matter, you know? that's not the point of it, yeah. >> that wasn't the point of it. but at the same time they started the beginnings of kool herc, the records, the scratching and the changing of the turn tables. >> and that sort of thing, which eventually lead to hip-hop. and i believe also disco. >> jimmy: you think so? disco, huh? i mean, i'm into all this stuff. >> really? >> jimmy: you gotta see my ipad, yeah or ipod or whatever you call it. i don't even know. [ light laughter ] >> i never -- i'm sorry, i never went for the disco. >> jimmy: you never did the disco? >> no, no, it took me years. i just didn't get it. i didn't get it. i was in studio 54 a few times. and that was wild. it was great and it was crazy. but -- >> jimmy: not a disco fan. >> no i mean, some music, bee gees and sort of things -- >> jimmy: bee gees is great. >> but it was mick jagger who finally said, but you see, you have to dance.
>> jimmy: yeah, exactly. it's very easy if you just start dancing. >> if you start dancing. >> jimmy: come on! [ cheers and applause ] the thing is, mick, no one can dance like that. >> not like you! >> jimmy: yeah, no one can dance like you. you love every music. exactly. oh, this is a mix and it's so fun to watch and so cool. and it's ten episodes, right? >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: and every episode is like another cool thing that happened to you. >> oh, it's crazy. >> jimmy: everyone's fantastic in it. here's a clip. take a look at martin scorsese's pilot episode of the new hbo series, "vinyl." check this out. >> you are all hearing this the same way? >> yeah. >> no. of course. >> three bars. three bars i can tell they'll be filling football stadiums. >> come on, richie.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to "the tonight show," everybody. we're here with martin scorsese. [ cheers and applause ] "vinyl" premieres february 14th on hbo, everybody. check this out. now, mr. scorsese, i know -- can i call you mr. scorsese? >> you can call me that. or you can call me marty. >> jimmy: i can?
>> jimmy: i was waiting for i can? [ laughter ] marty, you directed -- [ laughter ] my old pal marty marty mart. marty mart. i can't do that. martin scorsese, you direct a a lot of movies. would you say you know about all movies? >> i know a lot about a lot of movies. >> jimmy: yeah? okay, good. do you think you know enough about movies to summarize them in five seconds? >> i could try. >> jimmy: all right, good. this is perfect. it's time to play a game called five-second summaries. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: here's the deal, i have a stack of five cards, okay? >> yes. >> jimmy: okay, now each card has a movie title on it. as soon as you look at the card you have five seconds to describe the plot of the movie the best you can. you can make me guess which movie it is. okay? >> okay. >> jimmy: you can't use any word in the title or say any of the actors' names. >> no. >> jimmy: just describe the plot -- >> this is hard. >> jimmy: no, no, no, no, no. it's very easy. just, the plot of the movie. you have five seconds.
we'll take turns. please put five seconds on the clock, please. all right, here we go. okey-doke. now, they can see what movie i'm doing. i'm stalling so i can talk. oh, sorry. [ buzzer ] to do. [ laughter ] don't do that. don't do that. here's what you do. >> okay. i won't. >> jimmy: now the audience knows what the movie is. that's an example of what not to do. once you pick it up, you have five seconds to go. yeah. so here's what you do. >> clear now. >> jimmy: it's an animation, it's about snowman and a a there's a girl. it's a disney movie. [ buzzer ] >> "forever." what's that one? "frozen." >> jimmy: "frozen." yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> it started with an f. >> "forever." yeah, no, something. >> jimmy: we should make that one. >> now i go? card, yeah. i'm not looking. first card. >> okay, okay. a -- wait, wait. don't count yet.
and go, count. >> hack screen writer in l.a. car just repossessed. winds up with an old lady. [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: "psycho?" >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: winds up as an old lady? >> no, with an old woman. they met at a chimpanzee's funeral. [ laughter ] black and white. and it doesn't end well for him. >> jimmy: oh, he's floating in the pool at the end. >> that's right. >> jimmy: is it "sunset boulevard?" >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] all right. >> jimmy: i didn't know anything about the whole chimpanzee. >> no, that's the whole thing. >> jimmy: that's not the whole thing at all. [ light laughter ] i'm thinking of a monkey movie. [ laughter ] >> but it's really weird. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah, this one. this one, we'll gonna make it a a little tougher. [ laughter ] we only have three seconds to do it. >> all right. >> jimmy: we can
so i'll get it and say go, then you have three seconds. all right, ready? go. spinning house falls on the wicked witch. >> "wizard of oz." [ ding ] >> jimmy: yeah. come on. [ buzzer ] [ cheers and applause ] this is the confidence. i went right in there like that. >> i mean, really. >> jimmy: confidence. >> okay, okay, okay. >> jimmy: you say go and you got three seconds. >> okay, you ready? >> jimmy: yeah. >> soft-hearted tough guy in love with the hero's wife and everybody's noble. >> jimmy: no, you're too much of a director. this is like -- [ laughter ] what are you talking about? the hell are you talking about? the hero falls in love with the noble person? come on! if there's monkeys in the movie. >> soft-hearted tough guy. >> jimmy: soft-hearted tough guy. >> falls in love with this hero's wife, right? >> jimmy: okay. >> and he fights nazis. >> jimmy: ooh. >> and everybody is noble by the end. >> jimmy: "sound of music." [ laughter ] come on, that was a great nazi movie. nazis are running around singing songs.
he was not colonel straser. he ran a club in north africa. >> jimmy: oh, he ran a club. "play it again, sam." [ ding ] "casablanca." >> that's it. [ applause ] that was rough, because i didn't get fight nazis in there. >> jimmy: you only have three seconds, marty. >> my movies are long. what can i say? >> jimmy: last round, one second. we have one word to describe it. this is -- you want to do mine? >> no, you do yours. >> jimmy: all right. >> i can't see anymore. what is that? oh, okay. >> jimmy: yours is that one. ready for this? one second for this one. go. bear fight. [ buzzer ] >> "revenant." >> jimmy: yes! [ ding ] come on! [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] i knew you'd get that one. i love it, i love it, i love it. all right. see, that's great? all right. good. you want to try it? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you got one second. >> okay. you ready? rich man misses sled. [ buzzer ]
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. welcome. thank you for coming to the show. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: please, we're excited to have you. this is awesome. you just came back from the white house. >> yes. >> jimmy: now what was happening there that you were at the white house for? >> well, amy poehler has a a website called smartgirlsattheparty. >> jimmy: absolutely, i love it. >> fantastic website. [ applause ] >> jimmy: oh, it's a great website. >> yeah. so they asked me to go with them for a white house champions of change for computer science event. >> jimmy: okay. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> the next question you're going to ask me is do i know anything about computer science? >> jimmy: i just assumed. >> and answer is no. >> jimmy: no, you don't have to. >> absolutely not. >> jimmy: no, that's the fun thing. you don't have to know what it's about. >> not at all. >> jimmy: no. >> yeah. i made a documentary about a a computer coder during world war ii, and so now people assume that i know things about computers, and i don't. >> jimmy: wow. >> i feel like i'm an advocate for computer
>> jimmy: so go computers! [ laughter ] >> yeah, go computers. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i was a computer class major in college. >> really? >> jimmy: yeah. >> have you heard of cobol? >> jimmy: i know cobol easy. >> okay, the woman i made the documentary about invented cobol. >> jimmy: no way. >> big applause to the audience, everyone -- >> jimmy: there's like this i.t. guys who's going, "what the heck is this? this is unbelievable." yeah. i got up to cobol and mastered cobol. and then i was on my way to c plus plus, and it got too hard there. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i really did, yeah. [ light laughter ] but it's tricky. it's a lot of math. >> it's a lot of math. >> jimmy: too much for me. but this is good for kids to know they can get out there and know what's going on and to be coding and programming. it's good stuff. >> the president has a whole new initiative called computer science for all. he wants it to be part of education for every student in america. >> jimmy: i love this. >> this is fabulous. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you can be a talk show host if you do it. that's what happens. it is fun to go in the white house. was this your first time at the white house? >> i went as a little kid. as a little kid, and i don't remember anything about it except for somehow i stole a
a presidential seal. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't think you stole it. they probably gave it to you. >> yeah. but i did steal as a kid. i actually stole a flotation device from an airplane once. >> jimmy: wait, what? from under the seat? >> yes. yes, i know. i went on a trip with my dad. i got home. my mom was unpacking my suitcase and pulled out the flotation device. >> jimmy: that's genius. >> yeah, and she got into a a panic because she realized there's a plane out there missing a flotation device. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. what do you do? they check it. they check it. >> yeah, hopefully. >> jimmy: i think they do. some airlines, yeah. most. [ laughter ] that's a pretty fun thing to steal though. i wouldn't think to steal that. i don't steal anything. i get afraid of that stuff. >> oh yeah, that was the end of my run. i think i was really scared. >> jimmy: that's major, that's a federal offense. >> i know. [ light laughter ] and you know what? the reason we went to the white house was that my uncle by marriage was the secretary of transportation. so i actually was directly screwing with my uncle.
>> yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: is to make sure that all these things are taken care of transportation wise. >> in every bathroom in every airplane, it's like the secretary of transportation tells you, you cannot smoke in this restroom. i'll be like, "yeah, right." >> jimmy: we can vape in here. yeah. i want to talk to you about this show. i wanna talk about judd apatow, because, you know, we love him here. one of the friends of the show and he's just a brilliant guy. so fun and funny. how did you guys hook up? >> well, i was first cast on "girls." >> jimmy: you're great on "girls." >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: absolutely great on "girls." >> thank you very much. [ applause ] yeah, so i came to new york to start working on that and i got like the hollywood call which is like judd apatow wants to meet with you. i was like, "is this what happens?" you get cast on "girls" and then you meet judd apatow? and like, sure enough for me, it did. yeah, he called me. i met with him and he said, "there's a pilot that we want you to do." and i was like, "this is a a dream." because nothing's ever that easy. you don't ever get a call out of the blue saying like, here's your next job. but it was. and now it's "love" and it's gonna be on netflix and you can all see it.
you. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: yeah, we love this. [ applause ] what's the idea of the show so we can understand it? >> yeah, so basically this show follows myself and paul rust. and we are two messed up, crazy kids but messed up in different ways. my character causes chaos wherever she goes and he's kind of like a nerd with some repressed rage going on. so, together we might actually make a good fit. >> jimmy: always. opposites attract. >> totally. that's the theory of our show. >> jimmy: and it is love. i want to show everyone a clip. here's gillian jacobs with the new series "love." >> hi, i'm looking for my cat. >> all right, when did it go missing? >> i don't know, it's been like a day or two. >> no, we haven't had a cat like that come in here yet. >> well, how do you know? maybe you killed it already. >> excuse me? >> i know what you do. this is a kill shelter. you kill cats. >> no ma'am, this is an open admission shelter. without us there'd be lots of pets roaming around in the streets getting hit by cars and starving to death. we save thousands of animals every year. >> yeah, well, how many do you put in the incinerator? >> we don't have an incinerator.
>> then how do you kill them? >> look, we're just a charity. all right? and we only exist because people like you lose their pets all the time. >> am i a horrible person? >> compared to me, yes. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: come on. gillian jacobs, everybody. season one of "love" will be available friday, february 19th on netflix. we'll be right back with a a performance from the stick around, they're really good. [ cheers and applause ] piano music. i'm glad you finally made it, dad. you have to experience this city. that's what you always say. you were right about the food. hi john. hey kevin. spent the day with an astronaut. one more. it's beautiful, isn't it?
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to martin scorsese, gillian jacobs, the chainsmokers, rozes, and the roots right here from philadelphia, pennsylvania, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow.