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[ 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 -- blake lively.
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rachel maddow. musical guest good charlrlotte. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 501, little rock! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness! thank you so much! i feel the love. i feel the love. and give it right back to you guys. thank you. welcome. welcome, welcome, welcome, everybody. welcome to the "tonight show." this is it, you're here, you made it. you're part of the show. [ cheers and applause ] we got a gd
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[ applause ] oh, i want to thank everyone for taking a break from pokemon to tune in tonight. [ laughter ] it's just everywhere. in fact it's been reported now that pokemon is getting ready to launch in russia. and putin looks like he's already having a good time with it. [ laughter ] tell me where your friends are pikachu. [ applause ] meanwhile, donald trump said yesterday that he has not played pokemon but he wishes that he had time to try it out. meanwhile, jeb bush is walking around his neighborhood in bergen stocks going, i just got to level 20, bitches. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] apparently, hillary has caught the pokemon bug. check out her at a campaign rally in virginia yesterday. >> because we're gonna to have a lot of jobs, jobs from building infrastructure to coding. [ laughter ] creating new apps. i don't know who created pokemon go -- [ cheers ]
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get them to have pokemon go to the polls. [ laughter ] ♪ [ applause ] >> steve: oh, man. oh! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: pokemon saw that and was like, you guys think that we're fake? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] pokemon go to the poll. ♪ is this thing on? [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, my god. >> jimmy: it was announced yesterday that -- oh, my -- i almost have to see it again. can we just show it again real quickly now. can we just see it one more time. >> get them to have pokemon go to the polls. [ laughter ] ♪
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it was announced yesterday that bernie sanders is working on a a book that will come out the week after the election. yeah, they've already got some good titles in mind. check it out, first there's, "are you there god it's me your older brother, bernie." [ laughter and applause ] then there's "great expectations followed by bitter disappointment." [ laughter and applause ] after that, there's "the pastrami and the rye," which is -- [ applause ] and finally there's "shut up, moon." could be a best seller. [ applause ] saw that yesterday members of congress left washington for a a seven week vacation. even the kardashians are, like, from what? [ laughter and applause ] of course, now that congress is on vacation, we're just weeks away from the awkward moment when mitch mcconnell comes back from jamaica with his hair braided. and you know you -- [ laughter and applause ] mcconnell's got his groove back, y'all.
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i saw that the new trailer for the film "a monster calls" just came out and it features liam neeson as a giant tree monster whose daughter's been taken and must be recovered from a group of tree nappers. [ laughter and applause ] i have a very particular set of leaves. [ applause ] this is cool, i read about a a 94-year-old man from indiana who just became the oldest person to get a six degree black belt in taekwondo. [ cheers ] while nobody has the heart to tell him the wooden board he chopped through was just a a graham cracker. [ laughter ] hi-ya. that's right, he's 94-years-old and he's the oldest person to get a sixth degree black belt in taekwondo. he's also the only person that hikes his sixth degree black belt up to his nipples. [ laughter and applause ] we have a great show everybody, give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> jimmy: oh, i'm so happy to have you here! ray parker jr. in the house tonight! [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: oh, i love it. i'm such, such, such a fan. i remember trying to record that on a cassette. it was playing on the radio and i would just wait all day for it to come on to this radio station. i had it on, you know, play and record and a pause button and i would like just listen to radio all day and waiting, then i'd hear like
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[ laughter ] god, just wanted to -- loved it so much. then i of course bought the official copy. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] of course. i would never. i would never take the music in. i don't pirate it. no, no, no. the "ghostbusters" reboot is in theaters now. the sound track is available on itunes. thank you so much for being here. i am the biggest fan. i'm so psyched you're here. >> thank you so much. i'm a big fan too. and these guys, unbelievable. >> jimmy: you can't beat the roots. no, no, no. >> we're gonna rock. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i can tell how happy he is. [ applause ] i mean, i don't even -- there's so many jams, is -- you doing radio stuff tonight too? would you like -- ♪ a woman needs a love just like you do ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. oh, wait, wait, though, wait. oh, no, wait. you can't change that -- ♪ ♪ you're the only one i love and you can't chanha
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only one ♪ yeah. [ light laughter ] ♪ you're the only one ♪ >> jimmy: i can go on tour if you want me to. i can do it. [ laughter ] >> please. >> jimmy: jack -- >> pay scales gonna gonna change though. little bit. >> jimmy: i know i can hit that note. but god, i love jack and jill so much. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i'm just so psyched you're here. ray parker jr., everybody. >> steve: yeah! >> jimmy: come on. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: rpj. >> jimmy: come back again next week, we have chris pine, idris elba, mila kunis -- [ cheers and applause ] alicia vikander, and simon cowell will all be here. >> steve: whoa. >> jimmy: plus, performances from troye sivan, a$ap mob, celine dion, and penn and teller. [ cheers and applause ] it's a big week. >> steve: whoa, that's a big week. i'll stick around. >> jimmy: but first, oh gosh, have a great show. she's -- it's always fun when she stops by. she was here three weeks ago for "the shallows." >> steve: right. >> jimmy: and so she's coming by, i said will you come back for the new woody allen movie. so she said yeah. so she's here now. she was here three weeks ago. so it's not a repeat. [ laughter ] >> steve: it's a new show. >> jimmy: no, we love her. yeah. from the new woody allen movie, "cafe society," blake lively is here youuy
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>> steve: come on. [ cheers and applause ] lively and lovely. >> jimmy: later in the show blake and i are going to compete in a game of "password" with benji and joel from good charlotte. [ cheers and applause ] i can't believe that. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: plus, she's one of the smartest political commentators around, rachel maddow is joining us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] we love rachel, always fun. and these dudes know how to bring it. oh, my gosh, music from good charlotte right here, guys. [ cheers and applause ] "youth authority," the new jam, the new record from those guys. it's going to be fantastic. you guys, today's friday, that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff. i check my inbox, i return some e-mail, and, of course, i send out thank you notes. now i was running a bit late, i was just wondering can i -- [ cheers and applause ] can i just write some out now? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you're the only one ♪ ♪ you're the only one ♪
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>> jimmy: my jam. so excited. hey, james, can i get some thank you note writing music please? ♪ look how happy he is. >> steve: look how happy he is. >> jimmy: in a great mood. >> steve: you know what would be the thing -- >> jimmy: he's in a fan -- oh, he's mad. >> steve: yeah, oh now he's angry. >> jimmy: angry, he's sad. >> steve: looks like he -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's upset. >> steve: sad or mad. looks like he swallowed a bug. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, the mayor of rio, for asking nintendo to bring pokemon go to brazil for the olympics. and thank you nintendo for introducing your newest pokemon, zikachu. >> steve: oh. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] catch em all. >> jimmy: you don't want to catch -- >> steve: you gotta catch em all. >> jimmy: you don't want to catch -- >> steve: that's the one you don't want to catch. well. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, mike pence, for sounding like how kim kardashian would say, my pants. [ laughter ] you like mike pence? [ laughter and applause ] you like mike pence? >> steve: mike pence? >> jimmy: you like mike pence? >> steve: mike pence or my pants? >> jimmy: you like mike pence? >> steve: yes and no. i don't know.
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>> jimmy: thank you, stay puft marshmallow man, for being the michelin man with a dad bod. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on. dad bod. ♪ you're the only one ♪ ♪ you're the only one ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: yeah, that's a great jam. ♪ thank you, windshield wipers, for showing me what it'd look like if my car said, hey, ho! [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ thank you, beach umbrellas, or as you're called after a slight
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airborne sky spikes. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ thank you, lawn mowers, although if i'm the one mowing the lawn, aren't i the lawn mower? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: that's a thinker. i can dig it. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, sun chips, for being tiny roof tiles you can eat. there you guys have it right there. those are my thank you notes. we'll be right back with blake lively! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: ray parker jr., thank you, buddy/e our first guest is such a beautiful and actress starring alongside kristen stewart and jesse eisenberg in the new woody allen film, "cafe
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society," which is in select theaters now and everywhere july 29th. please welcome, the always lovely, the charming blake lively! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. they love you! they love you! we love you. [ cheers and applause ] yes! the real blake lively! >> i mean, it's been like what, two days since i've been on the show? >> jimmy: two weeks since we've seen each other. i'm so happy you're here. >> i'm happy to be here. >> jimmy: i have to remind everybody, it's not a repeat. blake is here again. she has another film. thank you for coming back. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: and congrats on "the shallows." >> thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: i knew it was going to be a big hit. >> it's surprising, right? so many people came up to me, and i wore 472 outfits and pimped my ride, you know? >> jimmy: yeah. you did. >> to have people see the movie. >> jimmy: yeah. >> like, "i saw jimmy pitch that movie, and i had to go see
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>> jimmy: oh, really? >> what about all the press i did? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that doesn't matter. no. >> you just made it sound so good, so now i need you to do that for me. >> jimmy: for every movie that you're in? >> from now on. >> jimmy: well i will. i enjoyed "cafe society" as well. yeah, absolutely, yeah. >> thank you, perfect. well, what happened was -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> you need to wear this. >> jimmy: i will wear this. you look gorgeous, by the way. >> thank you. that's nice to say. >> jimmy: you have even bigger news than the movie coming out. >> bigger. >> jimmy: yeah. >> literally. >> jimmy: expecting baby number two? >> i am, i am. >> jimmy: congratulations! [ cheers and applause ] so happy. ♪ >> hi. >> jimmy: hi, baby! >> hi. >> jimmy: hi baby, it's uncle jimmy! hi. you have the coolest parents ever. i mean, you and ryan are the best. >> thank you, yeah. it should be illegal to be pregnant in new york in july. >> jimmy: it's really hot. >> and like have to wear like, bondage. i like -- i swear, i'm going to make my water break just so i can cool down. [ laughter ] this is not normal. everyone says, how are you feeling? but they don't really want to hear how you're feeling. >> jimmy: no. >> they don't want to sit there while you complain. >> jimmy: no, they want you to go, "everything's great." >> so you guys get to sit here while i complain. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're allowed to complain to us any time you wa
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how's baby james reacted to the news? >> good, i mean, she was the one -- she sort of told me before i even knew. she was walking around kissing my belly saying, "baby." but now any time she sees anyone else with a belly, she says baby. [ laughter ] which is -- >> jimmy: yeah. a little embarrassing, yeah. >> it's a little embarrassing. baby, men, women, whoever. >> jimmy: she's talking a lot? >> she's talking. she -- it's kind of amazing. she knows all sorts of stuff. she knows all sorts -- she says shump for jumps. >> jimmy: cute. >> shtands for stands. >> jimmy: shtands. >> and if she wants to sit down, it's [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh yeah. well, that's -- >> i think [ bleep ] yeah. no, no it's -- >> jimmy: yeah, that can get tricky. >> hey, [ bleep ] come [ bleep ] with me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: baby, baby! oh, just had a couple of beers. >> like, yeah, [ bleep ]. but, like, i will take that any day over like, when we take her to the park and we take off her socks. >> jimmy: yeah. >> for some reason she does not have a "sh" for socks, she has a "c" for socks. [ laughter ] so she's like, yay [ bleep ]. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. i mean -- >> i bleeped it for you. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. >> it's like i have amy schumer as a daughter. >> jimmy: you're bleeping your baby.
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>> jimmy: thank you for coming back. and i remembered -- you were here and i know that you were coming back in a couple weeks, and i didn't want you to miss me. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so i gave you -- >> there was a real danger of that. [ laughter ] of me missing you a lot. >> jimmy: thank you. we'll show -- i gave you a a cardboard cutout of me to take with you. >> yeah. >> jimmy: for the last two weeks. can we show a clip of that? you just take me with you. and just -- yeah, you guys can be hanging out. >> can we fold him? >> jimmy: watch your hands, first of all, be careful. [ laughter ] oh! hey! [ cheers and applause ] you hurt me. >> it's not cardboard, though. that's the problem. >> jimmy: i didn't know. i didn't know it wasn't cardboard. >> it's like -- it's made of like -- >> jimmy: it's like fiberglass. [ laughter ] >> acrylic fingernails. >> jimmy: was it fun traveling around with me? did your life change? >> it sort of, like, messed up my home life a little bit. >> jimmy: it did? >> yeah, because like ryan and i don't really have friends. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so -- >> jimmy: makes sense, yeah. >> yeah, i know. our life sucks. [ light laughter ]
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>> we have the worst life. no, but -- you know, it sort of caused some problems at home. i did bring a little bit of a a home video to share. >> jimmy: thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> prepare yourselves. this may be breaking news. it's a big moment. >> jimmy: all right, lets see. breaking news. >> jimmy. so, jimmy, who is jimmy? want to kiss him, okay. where's your dada? >> jimmy. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] so i wanted to take this time -- >> jimmy: hopefully ryan's not watching tonight. no. >> nancy, i really -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: how cute is that? oh, my gosh, she gave me a a little kiss too. >> a little confusing. >> jimmy: a little confusing, yeah. >> yeah, i don't know -- ever since we took you -- even backstage, just, "dada!" like on the first day. >> jimmy: dada? >> and ever since then it's been dada, so i mean, i think i should do a paternity test right here on air. [ laughter ]
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show. that's "maury." >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're not on "maury." i get that all the time, but i asked you to take some photos if you could, and you were very nice to take some photos of cutout me hanging with you guys. >> yeah. >> jimmy: here's me and your husband, ryan. [ laughter ] and i'm in the highchair? >> by the way, you're in the highchair. >> jimmy: oh, i don't have legs, i forgot. >> you're drinking scotch in the highchair. >> jimmy: drinking scotch in the highchair, yeah. >> with an antelope coming out of your head. what's interesting, though, i was supposed to take the photos, but then i suddenly see ryan hanging out with you, which is not really part of the deal. >> jimmy: that's a better personality of me in your life, that cardboard cutout. but look at this. actually, at one point, you poured me a drink which is even cooler. [ laughter ] what a good dude. we're having -- >> look how dynamic you are. >> jimmy: yeah. it looks like we're actually -- we're having a good time. we were laughing. [ laughter ] she's laughing and having fun. almost done with that whole bottle. [ applause ] >> it's not affecting you at all, though. >> jimmy: no, no. but it's the whole bottle is almost gone, and then this is just unfortunate. [ laughter ] [ applause ] that was unfortunate.
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>> and you still have your glass. and you're in his shirt. >> jimmy: i'm holding his shirt, yeah. >> i don't know why you're undressing my husband. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's not rowdy. >> he's going to be pregnant with your child soon. who knows. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it got rowdy. let's talk "cafe society." >> yes. >> jimmy: man, oh man. it's woody allen. it's a tricky love triangle, a a beautifully shot film. >> jimmy: i'm watching the film, it's very woody allen. it's funny. jesse eisenberg. and i go, okay where's the twist? and there's a love triangle, he meets you. he comes up from brooklyn to l.a. to work in the business, and then the twist. the twist happens. i don't want to tell you, you have to see the film. >> yeah, he sees dead people. >> jimmy: he sees dead people. [ light laughter ] yeah, but you can't -- no. i don't want to give a spoiler, yeah. the boat sinks at the end. [ laughter ] yeah, yeah. no, no. it is -- [ laughter ] it's well done and -- just makes you long for the days of beautiful old school hollywood. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: steve carell is like -- >> and i wore this gorgeous gown, and then the night before, the costume designer texted me and said, "you know woody actually wants you in the lame gown." and i was so disappointed because i was so nervous to be
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have this big entrance, and i had to be in this lame gown. lame is spelled the same as lame, which is like -- [ laughter ] and, like, i was really worried. >> jimmy: in the lame gown. >> okay, they want me in the lame gown. >> jimmy: the lame gown. thank you. you didn't know what lame was, it's woody allen. >> whatever you want. i'll be in the lame gown. >> jimmy: the lame gown. >> so you get to see me in a a lame gown here. >> jimmy: i want to show a a clip, blake lively in a lame gown in "cafe society," take a a look at this. >> my one regret in life is that i couldn't play an instrument. >> i used to date a musician. >> did you? >> sax player. very brilliant. played the sad songs with so much feeling. he could make me cry. >> that's a great gift. >> i would have married him, but he was a dope addict. >> really? see, i don't like dope. it messes you up. >> well, i tried it a few times when i was with him. >> did you? >> we smoked weed first. i even tried opium once. >> look at you. what was the -- what was the effect? >> oh, i didn't like it. no, i don't have an addictive personality. he did, yeah. but muggles made me feel sexy.
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>> the reefers. >> you called him -- you called him muggles? >> he did. >> so you married a musician. >> no. i married a stockbroker. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: blake lively, everybody. go see her in "cafe society," and when we come back, blake and i are going to play a fun game of "passwords," stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ introducing t-mobile's most epic deal ever! get a free samsung galaxy for each line and get 4 lines with 6 gigs each for just 30 bucks a line. plus now everybody gets unlimited streaming from their favorite services. don't wait - get a free galaxy smartphone and 6 gigs per line for just $30 a line. hurry to t-mobile now for our most epic deal ever.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: yes. welcome back to the tonight show, everyone. i'm your host, steve higgins and we're about to play a game of "password." to my left, the first team, her new movie, "cafe society," is in select theaters now and everywhere july 29th. say hello to blake lively.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ the lovely miss lively. blake, your partner this evening is the host of nbc's "tonight show." hails from saugerties, new york, mr. james thomas fallon! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy, jimmy, would you like to introduce your opponents? >> jimmy: sure. their new album, "youth authority" is out right now. from good charlotte, please welcome benji and joel madden! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: welcome, welcome, welcome, have a seat. >> jimmy: welcome, welcome. >> so glad to be here. >> it's going to get real. it's going to get real. >> jimmy: we're all here to play password! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: now, very good. the rules of the game are very simple. i will give each of you a a password, and then each of you are to give a one word clue. one word only, to get your partner to guess the password. if the clue is illegal as determined by our judges, you
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[ buzzing ] and your turn shall be forfeit. the team with the most points after four words wins. any questions, anyone? >> jimmy: yeah, i was just wondering -- >> steve: great. [ light laughter ] the first clue goes to blake and benji. >> oh, oh. >> jimmy: alright, so you guys have it. >> wait, do we do it at the same time? >> steve: yeah, yeah, well, no. the password is -- smooch. blake is going to start us off. blake, you're going to give to jimmy. >> and where do we look? >> i say one word? >> steve: yup. one word. >> jimmy: you can't say that word. >> steve: you can't say that word. >> jimmy: you got to hold it away from them 'cause i'll cheat. [ light laughter ] >> but what if i go like this while you -- >> steve: you get one word. one word clue. >> jimmy: one word clue. >> steve: pass word. not pass words. >> what if i say like a lot of words? >> jimmy: blake, would you stop it, please? [ laughter ] >> okay. >> steve: one word. >> jimmy: was that a hint? [ laughter ] >> pooch. >> jimmy: pooch. pooch. smooch. >> yes!
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>> jimmy: she knows how to play. >> steve: that was fantastic! >> oh my gosh. >> jimmy: get ready. get ready. >> lot of action involved in that. >> jimmy: no, what are you talking about? >> steve: there you go, there you go. the password is -- speedo. okay, joel, you're going to start us off. [ light laughter ] >> oh, okay. >> steve: be cool. >> okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: not fair, they're brothers. >> budgy smuggler. >> wait. that's two words! >> oh, that's wrong. i can't do that. [ buzzing ] >> that's actually technically, it's got a hyphen. >> steve: okay, yeah. judges? >> it's a hyphen. >> hyphenated. >> hyphenated word. [ beeping ] >> steve: yes. >> hyphenated word. >> it's hyphenated. [ light laughter ] >> speedo. >> jimmy: come on! >> steve: oh, my gosh, it's a a barn burner. >> what was it? >> australian. >> it's australian. >> work for it. >> budgy smuggler. >> jimmy: budgy smuggler. [ laughter ] >> steve: polly want a cracker. alright. [ light laughter ]
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quesidilla. >> jimmy: yeah. >> game night is serious in the madden house. >> no, it's true. benji you're gonna start us off. >> jimmy: tie score. >> steve: tie score. 6-6. >> i don't like this. budgy smuggler, yeah. one word. >> okay. oh, this is a tough one. come on. >> jimmy: so far you're doing pretty good. [ laughter ] >> steve: 6-6. it's barn burner. >> um. >> not good with words. that's not his strong suit. >> steve: oh my gosh. >> come on. >> oh, um. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you know what it is? >> steve: no miming. don't mime it. you can't mime it. it's called password. >> cheese. >> steve: cheese. his clue is cheese. >> jimmy: the clue is cheese. [ laughter ] >> steve: after all that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: name a cheese. >> steve: cheese. >> jimmy: name a cheese. >> grilled. >> no. >> jimmy: all right, you're done. >> stop, stop, stop. >> grill? >> jimmy: you said grilled? >> steve: gril
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>> jimmy: grilled. >> i said wheel. >> wheel. >> jimmy: wheel. >> steve: oh, a wheel of cheese. >> that wasn't very good. >> steve: your turn. one word. >> can i hyphenate, like them? can i say two words and hyphenate them? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, come on. this is password. what is going on with the world? >> steve: come on, it's pass word. >> jimmy: it's a home game. it's very easy. simple. please, yes, go. hit me. >> mexican. >> jimmy: mexican cheese. queso. [ audience ohs ] >> look at me. >> steve: oh, no. >> jimmy: okay, okay. >> steve: you can't elaborate? okay. >> jimmy: okay. >> okay. >> jimmy: yup. >> close. >> hey! >> that's his word! >> jimmy: that's his word! oh. [ laughter ] >> nachos? >> steve: no. >> oh, my god. >> steve: okay. >> jimmy: don't even say anything. i can do it mentally, are you ready? >> okay. >> jimmy: quesadilla! [ cheers and applause ] [ beeping ] ♪ >> steve: oh my gosh! >> how did you start quesadilla? [ laughter ] >> stevem
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the score. >> how would you even do that? >> steve: okay. >> cheese quesadilla. >> jimmy: who goes first? >> joel? >> jimmy: i start off? >> steve: the password is -- chuckle. you're going to start us off. >> jimmy: ready? ready? [ laughter ] giggle. [ laughter ] >> what? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: giggle. [ laughter ] >> giddy? >> can you do words that rhyme? >> jimmy: it's not giddy. >> okay. >> he hates me now. >> steve: you can't do words that rhyme. >> jimmy: okay. what is going on? you can't ask questions. >> can you do words that rhyme? >> jimmy: no. >> steve: judges said yes. >> one word, one word. >> i get it.
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>> there's only so many words. >> knuckle, knuckle. >> steve: he's just asking a a question. [ light laughter ] >> chuckle. [ beeping ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's the game! >> steve: that's the game. 11 to 9. oh, my! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our thanks to benji and joel madden, the champions right there. [ cheers and applause ] blake lively! rachel maddow joins us after the break. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ create your own tour of italy is back starting at $12.99, only at olive garden. choose 3 of 9 of our favorite italian dishes, with delicious choices like cheesy chicken parmigiana, sausage stuffed rigatoni, and creamy fettuccine alfredo. you can have everything you want, all on one plate. plus unlimited salad and breadsticks, starting at $12.99. because the best tour of italy is the one you create.
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♪ >> jimmy: that's my jam, jack and jill. oh, that's my jam. our next guest is host of the very popular "rachel maddow show", which airs week nights at 9:00 p.m. on msnbc. she also hosts msnbc's political coverage and starting next week, she'll cover the republican and democratic conventions. here to tell us all about that an
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. c'mon. >> that was hard. >> jimmy: it was tough, passwords. >> yes. i knew what the word was and i still found it difficult. >> jimmy: chuckle? >> chuckle was quesadilla, it was very difficult. i would have said chalupa. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i love that delivery. i would have said chalupa. >> i thought about it long and hard. >> jimmy: yeah, i didn't know how -- queso kind of gave it away. i'm like, oh, no queso. >> and everybody was like queso. >> jimmy: well the good news is i have the other partners, my secret partners, the audience. so when they -- [ cheers and applause ] queso they're like, whoa! and it's like, oh, my gosh. >> near miss. >> jimmy: exactly.
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so like, it was a good hint from them. i have a lot to discuss with you. >> there's a lot going on. >> jimmy: there's a lot going on. i mean, the awful terrorist attack, obviously. in france. do we know any new news from that or no? >> not really. i mean, the main thing that everybody was thinking about initially was, was it one person acting alone, and as far as we know at this point, we still think it was one person acting alone. at least they haven't named other people. they also want to know if he was either directed by or inspired by some terrorist group. they know of at least thus far in the investigation, they haven't talked about any connections like that or any signs that he was radicalized. his dad says he was a little nuts, said he had some mental health issues. i mean, honestly, we don't know much about the perpetrator. maybe that's not important. i mean, the most important thing is how many people lost their lives. >> jimmy: that's awful. also just now being brought in because donald and hillary are actually announcing -- they're having the -- are the conventions next week? >> the republican convention is w
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>> jimmy: what are their takes on this? have they spoken or said anything? >> it was a little -- clinton put out a statement saying we stand in solidarity with our allies and we will not be intimidated, and we just redouble our effort to stand together, and fight this. you know, it's kind of what you'd expect, the same kind of statement that president obama put out. donald trump was supposed to announce his vice presidential running mate this morning. the first thing he announced was that he was cancelling that because of the nice attack, and then he went and did a whole bunch of tv interviews, which was a weird pair of things to do to cancel the thing the next day, but do a bunch of stuff that night. then he said he wanted nato to go do more to fight isis. he also says nato should be disbanded, so it's a little awkward from him. >> jimmy: and how about big announcement was mike pence. >> yeah. >> jimmy: what's your thoughts on that? do you know mike pence? >> i know mike pence because i'm a politics dork, but i don't -- mike pence generally is not a a known figure.
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so it'll be interesting to see, like, kind of how he's defined, how people get to know him. i think the one thing, if you've never heard of him before, the one thing to know about him is that there's 435 members of congress, right? when he was last in congress, he was number 428 out of 435 in terms of how conservative he is when they rank them. in terms of like their conservative -- so, like, michelle bachmann, you think of her as being like really, really right wing. he's more right wing than michelle bachmann. >> jimmy: interesting. and then hillary is leaning -- do we know who she's leaning towards? elizabeth warren? >> she took a whole bunch of meetings with a whole bunch of different prospects at her house today in washington, so everybody's like creeping out like staking out her house, which is always just a little gross. >> jimmy: sleepovers, yeah. >> apparently governor hickenlooper made an appearance today. what? i know. that's exciting. the nickname prospects alone for a vice president hickenlooper. >> jimmy: oh, i can't wait for that. that'll be good for us, yeah. [ laughter ] >> elizabeth warren made an apan
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also, another good potential nicknamer is tom vilsack. the only national figure with sack in his name. he's been the agriculture secretary for two terms, and apparently he's in the running now. >> jimmy: no bernie? bernie wouldn't be vice presdent? >> neither the clinton campaign nor bernie seems to think that is a possibility. >> jimmy: yeah. >> some bernie fans think it's not only possible, but definitely going to happen. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i don't think that's going to happen. >> jimmy: no. now, when you're doing these conventions, this coverage, you're going, i mean, you're on, for like, all day, right? >> yeah, it's weird. i mean -- >> jimmy: it's you, my man, brian williams. >> yes, we'll be like sort of at the helm in new york and chris matthews will be sort of running things from the convention site and we'll have lots of people in both places. it's a little bit weird because they're sort of like these big infomercials, you know, they're kind of like very scripted tv programs about the political parties. but we're waiting for something weird to happen. it might not.
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a night of them showing us a tv show, but sometimes stuff happens. usually stuff happens. >> jimmy: i think something weird might happen. >> yeah, clint eastwood yelled at a chair for an hour. that could happen. >> jimmy: that was a great one. that was a good moment. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that was good. but do you get the tea? do you prepare? do you stay up on red bull? what is it? >> so, usually, on my -- in my regular life, i do, like, five hours of tv a week. i do 9:00 to 10:00 every night. this is going to be -- i think in the first week of the conventions i'm doiong 23 live hours of television instead of my usual five. so, you know, i try to sleep, but i'm too excited to sleep. and i try to like, not drink too much coffee. and then i just drink coffee all day. >> jimmy: i love that you geek out about this stuff. >> i get so excited, i can't stop myself. >> jimmy: you love politics. yeah. >> i'm the one, too, i have weird eating habits when i'm on the air for that long. i'm superstitious so i always try to eat the last thing that i ate when i had a good night on tv, which unfortunately means i'm stuck on this really spicy korean hot pot that i got from the deli on 51st st
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>> jimmy: oh, really? >> and now i like have to eat it every day because i had a a good day once after i ate that. >> jimmy: so that's your move? >> yeah. it's not even, like, good. [ laughter ] but i have to eat it every day. >> jimmy: you gotta do it. that's really painful. >> it's really sad. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then once we're on set, i'm the queen of jerky. in the basement at 30 rock. did you ever go to the drugstore in the basement? >> jimmy: me? >> yeah. >> jimmy: no. >> no? okay. if you do, they have a really good jerky section. >> jimmy: is that right? >> but the turkey jerky is the best. >> jimmy: well, we got you a a little something, i thought it would be kind of nice. we got you a bunch of jerky to share with everybody. we heard you like your jerky. >> oh, look at you! >> jimmy: all sorts of -- every flavor, every type of jerky ever. >> let the record show, beef and ostrich is a jerky. [ laughter ] oh my gosh. kangaroo? >> jimmy: i don't know if they're good or not. that does not say kangaroo. >> you want some? want some kangaroo jerky? come on. >> jimmy: i don't know. i don't know that we have time. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> you have a knife on you? >> jimmy: yeah. all right. oh, i think i got it. >> jimmy: you did it. >> have some kangaroo on me, big guy. >> jimmy: i have to go first? >> oh yeah. >> jimmy: that's fantastic. [ laughter ] >> i got a tissue for you. >> jimmy: rachel maddow, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] the "rachel maddow show" -- that's so good -- weeknights at 9:00 p.m. on msnbc. we'll be right back with music from good charlotte, stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ this is my body of proof. proof of less joint pain. and clearer skin. this is my body of proof that i can fight psoriatic arthritis with humira. humira works by targeting and helping to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to both
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♪ >> jimmy: i love these guys. benji was telling me, before the show, his first concert ever was beastie boys and the roots. so he's psyched to be here tonight. their new album, "youth authority," right now, they're going to kick off a headlining tour this fall performing "life can't get much better," give it up for good charlotte! [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ ♪ one promise we made it we said we'd never break it don't look down be honest tell me has it changed ♪ ♪ one life that we're living we're somewhere unforgiven don't look down be real ♪ ♪ now tell me has it changed i just wanna see you laugh again ♪ ♪ life can't get much better let's just stay together these scars are tokens of ♪ ♪ promises broken life can't get much better let's just stay forever we've got to hold on ♪ ♪ we waited so long ♪
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♪ if i knew we'd end up this way do you really think i ♪ ♪ wouldn't have tried if i knew it would break us down do you really think i ♪ ♪ would've lied now i try to forget the past but it's all that's on my mind♪ ♪ i'd give it all if i could get you back i'd give it all if you were mine ♪ ♪ i just wanna see you here sometime cause ♪ ♪ life can't get much better let's just stay together these scars are tokens of ♪ ♪ promises broken life can't get much better let's just stay forever we've got to hold on ♪ ♪ we waited so long don't give up on us
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don't give up on us ♪ ♪ yeah tell me that you meant every word you said in the text you sent i was ♪ ♪ going to bed the girl with the blue eyes with the blue eyes it ain't right it was ♪ ♪ gettin to me last night ♪ life can't get much better let's just stay together these scars are tokens of ♪ ♪ promises broken life can't get much better let's just stay forever we've got to hold on ♪ ♪ we waited so long ♪ ♪ tell me that you meant every word you said
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♪ going to bed the girl with the blue eyes with the blue eyes it ain't right it was ♪ ♪ gettin to me last night [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, thank you. fantastic. good charlotte. "youth authority" is out now! we'll be right back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to blake lively, rachel maddow, good charlotte. [ cheers and applause ] ray parker jr! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots from philadelphia, pennsylvania. that's the roots right there. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great weekend. hope to see you next week. bye, everybody! [ cheers and 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, star of "the legend of tarzan", alexander skarsgard, cooking with food network's giada de laurentiis, featuring the 8g band with ray luzier. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] yeah. great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. in an interview earlier this morning, donald trump said that he's gotten the worst three weeks of publicity i've ever had in my life. his biggest problem is that he can't get this guy to shut up. [ laughter ]


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