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danville by 12:26. what's in store for the weekend? scattered thunderstorms for the weekend. we are dry on sunday. if you need to take care of anything outside, vitamin "d" on monday. we'll get some wet weather back by wednesday, thursday and friday. >> and the storms that are coming look like there's going to be warm. >> we could get some snow in the sierra next wednesday, thursday and friday. we're going to keep a close eye on this. >> jeff, thank you very much. thanks for watching. >> drive safely. >> have a great weekend. >> bye-bye. [ 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, lin-manuel miranda and weird al yankovic, macaulay culkin,
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the u.s. men's curling team, musical guest, francis and the ligh. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 825. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! that's what i'm talking about. oh, i love you. welcome. welcome, everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show." this is it. you're here. [ cheers and applause ] i'm your host, jimmy fallon. i am so excited, you guys. we have the gold medal-winning u.s. men's olympic curling team
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on the show tonight! [ cheers and applause ] you can tell they're here because the floor backstage has never been cleaner. [ laughter ] hey, the oscars are this weekend. you guys excited about the oscars? [ cheers and applause ] and all the nominees can't wait to hear their movie named best picture, then sit there and wait a few minutes to make sure it really won. [ laughter and applause ] i saw that rolex designed the green room for this year's academy awards. which makes sense because the theme of this year is "time's up." [ laughter ] >> steve: uh-oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: everyone's excited, though. even trump is holding an office oscar pool, but chances are everyone who handed in their picks today will have been fired by sunday. [ laughter ] "i win by default." [ applause ] it's actually been a busy week for trump. he struck a deal with boeing for two new air force one planes. part of the deal is that it's no longer called air force one.
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it's now called president trump's super fantastic zoom zoom flying machine. [ laughter and applause ] thank you. that's perfect." [ applause ] trump loves flying on air force one 'cause if he's a good boy, the captain lets him see the cockpit. [ laughter ] >> steve: really? >> jimmy: "what does that button do? what does that button do?" [ light laughter ] listen to this you guys. the country's biggest grocery chain, kroger, will no longer sell guns to people under 21. [ cheers and applause ] but this raises another issue like, why is the grocery store selling guns? [ laughter ] "can i get a half a pound of turkey and a glock? thank you." finally, did you guys see this? i guess people in the white house have given ivanka trump and jared kushner the nickname javanka. [ light laughter ] turns out a bunch of other members of the administration have nicknames when they're together. i'll show you what i mean. for example, when sonny perdue and wilbur ross are together they're called, sonny boo boo. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh.
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>> jimmy: that's true. >> steve: yeah. that's true. >> jimmy: this is all real. >> steve: these are all facts. >> jimmy: these are all facts. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: next, when linda mcmahon and steve mnuchin are together they're called, mncmnmuchin. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: rolls of the tongue, just rolls of the tongue. >> steve: wow. that's what they call them. >> jimmy: next up, when ben carson and sarah huckabee sanders are together, they're called napple bees. [ laughter ] >> steve: hey-oh. >> jimmy: and finally, when betsy devos and mike pence are together, they're called devonce. there we go. we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guys. we have a huge, huge show tonight. two of my favorite artists of all time are here together to talk about the brand-new
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single, "the hamilton polka." lin-manuel miranda and weird al yankovic are on the show! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: oh! come on. >> jimmy: it is un -- it is unbelievable. al has outdone himself. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: this seriously is a a masterpiece. quest, you texted it to me. >> questlove: yeah. >> jimmy: you go, "dude, get ready for this thing." it is the most -- it's got duck sounds. >> steve: what? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: it's got, a slide whistle. [ imitates slide whistle ] it's polka music. ♪ but he does 15 "hamilton" songs, off the soundtrack "hamilton" in five minutes. weird al is a genius. it is the most ridiculous, funniest song i've ever heard. they're on the show tonight. "the hamilton polka," you guys. >> steve: yeah. come on! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: quest, you're a big weird al fan, right? >> questlove: yeah, yeah. i love weird al. >> jimmy: what's your deep cut? >> questlove: "polka party." the very first one. >> jimmy: yeah, "polka party"
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is the best. >> questlove: yeah. >> jimmy: that's where me -- lin and i were together in my basement. i have like a tiny record player in our very cold, dark basement. no. [ laughter ] >> steve: wet, cold, dark. >> jimmy: it's frightening. >> steve: yeah. lot of rats. >> jimmy: it's like something from the movie "saw." >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] no, no. it's not, but -- rats. >> steve: you kidnapped him? >> jimmy: yeah. i kidnapped lin. we were listening -- he goes, "you have weird al?" i go, "yeah." of course i have weird al." he goes, "do you have 'polka party'?" i go, "sure." so i grab it out of the vinyl from when i was in high school. it was an original one. we put on "polka party," and both sang word for word the whole song, and crying laughing, screaming. [ light laughter ] so tonight to have them together is just a cool, cool, cool thing. plus, it's very exciting, i love this guy. macaulay culkin is on the show! >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love macaulay culkin! i love him! >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: see what he's up to. he's got a new website. then later the olympic champion u.s. men's curling team is joining us! [ cheers and applause ] gold. gold! i called it. >> steve: you did. >> jimmy: i called it before --
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>> steve: you called it. >> jimmy: before they -- before they left. i had -- matt and his sister on, and becca hamilton. they came on, and they -- we played a game and i said, "you're going to win the gold, and you're going to make history." and they did both. they did make history, and they won the gold. >> steve: and they won the gold. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. so i feel like maybe he'll come out and -- >> steve: i think it was you. >> jimmy: he might be a little emotional. i don't know. >> steve: when they see you? to thank --- >> jimmy: to thank me. >> steve: thank you for the gold. >> jimmy: for basically winning them the gold medal. >> steve: yeah. it's all you. >> jimmy: it's all mental. i mean it's a mental game, curling. >> steve: totally. >> jimmy: you know? >> steve: it's not just throwing a stone. it's all up here. >> jimmy: well then -- i also want to know, like -- well, here's the thing. you throw the stone. yeah? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: so is that the skill, or is it sweeping? >> steve: hmm. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: because if i don't like you, and you throw the thing, i go, "how ya doing man?" and i'll just wait as it just goes -- "threw another long one, buddy." [ laughter ] you know? i can make or break your whole career. >> steve: by sweeping. >> jimmy: i think so. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: i think so, but i don't know.
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>> steve: you better ask 'em. >> jimmy: i'm going to ask them tonight. >> steve: after they thank you. >> jimmy: but wait till matt comes out. i think he'll get emotional. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: yeah, 'cause he's the one with the mustache. i think he'll see me -- >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: and he'll be like -- he'll be like, "pa -- papa?" [ laughter ] oh we got great music tonight, you guys. francis and the lights! >> steve: hey! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "just for us." francis and the lights. i love the name francis. today is friday, and that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff. you know, i check my inbox, i return some e-mails, and of course i send out "thank you notes." and i was just running a bit -- [ cheers and applause ] pa -- papa? [ light laughter ] >> steve: papa can you hear me? >> jimmy: i was running a bit behind, so i thought if you wouldn't mind i would like to write out my weekly "thank you notes" right now. is that cool with you guys? >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey james, can i get some "thank you note" writing music, please? ♪ [ light laughter ] >> steve: just -- >> jimmy: barely moving.
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>> steve: yeah. look at him. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, president trump at important meetings, for always looking like you're refusing to eat your peas. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: whoa. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, "black panther," for making white people everywhere -- [ cheers ] for making white people everywhere google, "is wakanda real?" [ laughter ] "i think i heard that." >> steve: i know it's real. >> jimmy: i think i read that somewhere. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, altoid tins, for making every time i want a mint feel like i'm proposing. [ laughter and applause ] "say yes." ♪ [ laughter ] thank you, keurig sampler pack, for giving me four cups of coffee i like, and 20 cups of
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gingerbread chai that will sit in a drawer for eternity. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ thank you, dog booties, for keeping my dog both warm and embarrassed. there you go. [ applause ] that's what i mean. dog booties? >> steve: yeah. i thought you meant the other kind of booty. [ light laughter ] ♪ ♪ dog bootiy >> jimmy: that was your big hit. >> steve: yeah, big hit. >> jimmy: "the dog booty." it was great. ♪ ♪ dog booty walk it the dog booty and keep on talking ♪ ♪ dog booty ♪ >> jimmy: yeah. fantastic song. well, congratulations on that. >> steve: paid for my house. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, box of raisins, for really just being one giant, gross raisin. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: ew! >> jimmy: you got to pull it apart. like -- string cheese.
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>> steve: looks like it came -- you know. looks like it came from a dog booty! ♪ >> jimmy: no, no, hey, no, come on. [ laughter ] don't encourage him, man! don't encourage him. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, bookmarks, for letting me know exactly where i gave up. there you go, everybody. those are my "thank you notes." [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with lin-manuel miranda and weird al yankovic! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ dog booty dog booty what dog booty ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by two musical geniuses whose worlds collided in the latest hamildrop single. available now on all streaming platforms is "the hamilton polka." please welcome weird al yankovic and lin-manuel miranda! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ ♪ >> jimmy: it's exciting! it's exciting that this is happening. this is real. >> woo, we're doing this! >> jimmy: we're doing this right now. >> we're doing this. >> jimmy: we're all together. i'm so -- first of all, welcome. thank you so much for being here. obviously, we've geeked out about you on the show before, lin and i. >> yes. >> jimmy: so i'm just going to gush for a little bit. >> okay. >> jimmy: my first concert, "dare to be stupid" tour. >> "bad hair day," the beacon. >> jimmy: that was yours? >> yeah, that was mine. >> jimmy: it's one of the best concerts i've ever seen in my entire lifetime, to this day. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's the greatest. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and you have a -- you have a new tour. i just want to get the title right. "the ridiculously self-indulgent ill-advised vanity tour." >> that's right, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it just rolls off the tongue. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but this one is no parodies. no hits in this tour. >> virtually no parodies. it's an all originals tour. it's all the songs that kind of slipped between the cracks.
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it's all the obscure songs and b-sides. it's not meant to be appealing to a big, general, mainstream audience. it's really for all the hardcore fans that have been hanging around for 30 years going, "when is he going to play that obscure song from the third album that he's never played live?" >> "attack of the radioactive hamsters from a planet near mars." >> jimmy: ooh. >> there you go. there you go. >> deep cuts! >> jimmy: mister -- >> deep cuts. >> jimmy: "mr. frump and his iron lung?" or are you not doing that one? >> no, that's in the rotation. >> jimmy: it is? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's my jam. >> i wrote that song when i was 17 years old. that was my first album. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and that's the only song that i know of that's based on the sound of the accordion air button. because you know, you have to have accordion air button. goes -- shh shh! and at 17 years old i thought, "i don't know what an iron lung sounds like. but i'm guessing it's something like that." >> jimmy: that's one -- >> built the song around it. >> jimmy: you were having a a conversation with a guy with an iron lung, and that's all he says to you. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's the best. [ laughter ] lin, i want to talk to you quickly. you have some interesting "hamilton" news. you are reprising your role? >> yeah, i'm going back in in puerto rico. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's major! >> that's major.
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so january, puerto rico, three weeks, and the theatre at the university of puerto rico. and the goal, really, is to basically -- you know, a third of the tickets will be ten bucks for people on the island. and then a third of the tickets are going to be super expensive. and we hope you come see me in the role and spend a lot of money in puerto rico, which really needs it. and our goal is to restore arts funding for puerto rico while we're there. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is so exciting. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'm going to come. i'm going to go to puerto rico and see you do your thing. for more info on that, is a a great place to learn how to help rebuild puerto rico. we have to talk about this. we have to talk about hamildrops. first of all, what are these -- what are the hamildrops? >> so the hamildrops are -- you know with quest and tariq, we made the "hamilton" mixtape, which was like this dream come true, all these artists. and i didn't want to compete with that. i didn't want to make a second one.
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and i wanted to -- i was like, i don't want to make a a "hamilton" mixtape part two. but i still want to make all this cool stuff. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and so we decided to just release one thing a month. and we have been talking about this -- >> for a year. >> a year. >> for a year, yeah. >> for a year. >> jimmy: i freaked out. al, this is a masterpiece. it is -- seriously, i mean, i love all of this stuff. i love the things that aren't hits. this is -- >> you're a polka connoisseur. >> jimmy: i'm a polka connoisseur. [ light laughter ] this the "hamilton polka." you -- i don't know how -- it's so intricate, it's complex. it has every single thing that if you're a fan of weird al, if you want, you have -- there's slide whistle, there's a duck quack. there's -- [ laughter ] there's like, "pew!" cartoon sound effects. it is so great. and the polka is great. the harmony is great. your rapping is great. >> yeah. >> jimmy: this is the most intricate thing you've ever done. >> it is. you know, i made it so intricate that -- cause i thought i'm never going to perform this live so i'm just going to make this impossible to perform.
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it was like, "oh, that rapping is fast, i'm going to make it 10% faster in five-part harmony. okay, let's go." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean it's -- do you -- >> it's -- well, i called you! >> jimmy: yeah, i know. >> i heard it for the first time last thursday night. and my wife had the presence of mind to film me watching it for the first time. tears streaming down my cheeks. and then the song stops and then my phone rings. and it's questlove, who somehow already heard it. >> well, he was the second person i sent it to. >> that's how he heard it. and i just hear questlove go, "yoooo!" [ laughter ] he went, "forget your pulitzer! your genius grant is nothing!" [ laughter ] >> questlove: word. i said that. >> you have been immortalized by weird al. you're done. >> you're done. >> you've peaked. >> jimmy: it's the greatest. >> it's true, it's the greatest! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's the greatest thing in the world. i mean, you have to understand what an honor it is. so you -- wanted to facetime me because you were in a play. >> i was like, "jimmy, call me. answer the facetime!" >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's happening!
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>> jimmy: so then questlove texted me. he goes, "did you hear this 'hamilton' polka? you are going to freak out. it's unbelievable." and i go, "i don't want to listen to it until lin gives me permission." >> yeah. >> jimmy: and gets me -- so you sent me the mp3 of it. and i listened to it. i filmed my first reaction to the song. and you sent me -- you filmed your reaction. watch how similar this is. we put them next -- >> oh, god. >> jimmy: look at these reactions. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: what?! ♪ ♪ [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is so unbelievably -- we were both like, "what?" and laughing -- it's the greatest thing -- "the hamilton polka." you put -- 15 songs? >> 14 to 15, yeah. >> jimmy: from the soundtrack into a five-minute jam. it's streaming right now. so please start listening to it right now and downloading it. it's fantastic. we had a bonding experience in
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my basement listening to "polka party." >> we did. >> jimmy: and we did and we listened word for word. >> god, that's so crazy. >> jimmy: exactly. and now here we are sitting with the man on national television. but we were lip syncing every single song to that on "polka party." i thought maybe tonight with you here -- why not lip sync? [ cheers and applause ] >> it's time. >> jimmy: "the hamilton polka." is that okay? >> sure! >> jimmy: got to play it loud. and al, you start us off. >> okay. >> jimmy: here we go. play it loud. ♪ ♪ hamilton sir he knows what to do in a trench ingenuitive ♪ ♪ and fluent in french i mean hamilton sir you're gonna have to ♪ ♪ use him eventually what's he gonna do on the bench i mean ♪ ♪ hamilton no one has more resilience or matches my practical tactical brilliance ♪ ♪ hamilton you wanna fight for your land back ♪ ♪ hamilton i need my right hand man back get your right hand man back ♪ ♪ hamilton you know you gotta get your right hand man back i mean you gotta ♪ ♪ put some thought into the letter but the sooner the better ♪ ♪ to get your right hand man back it must be nice it must be nice ♪ ♪ to have washington on your side
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it must be nice it must be nice ♪ ♪ to have washington on your side look back at the bill of rights ♪ ♪ which i wrote the ink hasn't dried it must be nice it must be nice ♪ ♪ to have washington on your side somebody has to stand up for the south ♪ ♪ somebody has to stand up to his mouth if there's a fire you're trying to douse ♪ ♪ you can't put it out from inside the house i'm in the cabinet i am complicit in ♪ ♪ watching him grabbin' at power and kiss it if washington isn't gon' listen ♪ ♪ to disciplined dissidents this is the difference this kid is out ♪ ♪ ♪ and i am not throwing away my shot i am not throwing away my shot ♪ ♪ hey yo i'm just like my country i'm young scrappy and hungry and i'm not throwing away ♪ ♪ my shot we gonna rise up not throwing away my shot ♪ ♪ we gonna rise up not throwing away my shot we're gonna rise up rise up ♪ ♪ it's time to take a shot rise up rise up ♪ ♪ and i am not throwing away my not throwing away my shot ♪ ♪ ♪ there's a million things i haven't done
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but just you wait just wait ♪ ♪ what's your name man alexander hamilton ♪ ♪ alexander hamilton alexander hamilton ♪ ♪ alexander hey ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: weird al yankovic! lin-manuel miranda! [ cheers and applause ] "the hamilton polka" is available now on all streaming platforms! macaulay culkin joins us after the break. stick around everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ and... exhale... aflac! and a gentle wave-like motion... liberate your spine...
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>> jimmy: you know our next guest from classic movies like "home alone" and "my girl." now he has a lifestyle website that you can find at ladies and gentlemen, please welcome macauley culkin! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: thank you for being here. >> oh goodness, yes. >> jimmy: i'm happy you came on the show. >> i know. this is so weird. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i haven't seen you in a while. i mean i think the last time i saw you was -- you were in a a band. >> yes. you were at a pizza underground band. or a concert, rather. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it was my velvet underground cover band. >> jimmy: yeah. >> we replaced all the lyrics with pizza. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so it would be like, you know, "take a bite of the wild slice." >> jimmy: no -- yeah, i loved it. i was at a pizzeria opening in
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brooklyn. and they said "the pizza underground is here." and i go -- and i hear bizarre stories about you and things -- and i go, "there's no way --" >> no, what do you mean? >> jimmy: that macauley culkin is in a velvet underground cover band where all they sing about is pizza. and yet, it was true. >> yes. >> jimmy: that one actually happened. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: you were there and it was great. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i loved it. >> yeah, it was a fun run of just -- >> jimmy: what are the most -- other bizarre things that people have --have you heard about yourself? >> oh. i die all the time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: congratulations. >> i know, right? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm happy you're here. >> i know, i'm just a specter right now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that must be awful. >> you know, it can be. it's -- i always like -- i used to see this fun until it would affect other people. but for the most part like my -- the first time it happened, it was my lawyer called me up and he said -- and i was like 15, 16. he says, "hey, mac, is this you?" and i go, "yeah." he goes, "oh, okay just checking. because cnn just said you were dead. [ laughter ] alright, bye." >> jimmy: talk to you later, buddy. thank you for calling. >> i was like, "cool. yup, yup."
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>> jimmy: made my day. thanks, pal. appreciate it. >> so now, i can set my watch to it. it happens at least once or twice a year. >> jimmy: oh, that's awful. >> i hit the great strike zone of just reasons why they want -- >> jimmy: isn't that bizarre? >> i don't know. people want to kill me. >> jimmy: no, no that's not true. [ laughter ] i just think that you just -- you lived a very interesting life. and you're part of all of our lives. and we love you. and we grew up with you. so we want to make sure you're safe. [ cheers and applause ] >> hey, thanks. >> jimmy: make sure you're still here. we love you. >> yeah, you want me to swaddle me. >> jimmy: you're real! yeah, i do. >> just like, "just swaddle me. i'll be okay." >> jimmy: papa? i -- i want to talk to you about "home alone" because this has to be -- obviously -- >> why? >> jimmy: well -- [ laughter ] just because -- have you have ever seen the movie? [ laughter ] anyways, i wanted to know if you've heard any of the conspiracy theories around "home alone," what people have said. there are so many crazy things about -- do you know what i'm talking about? >> i've heard some. there's the -- oh, that i'm jigsaw. that kevin mccallister drew up -- grew up to be jigsaw from "saw." and that's how he learns -- >> jimmy: i've never heard that one. [ laughter ] no. >> yeah, yeah, i've heard that
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one. there's also the elvis one. >> jimmy: this one, i kind of -- i got to say -- >> alright. >> jimmy: i checked it out. and it's pretty much real. >> that's one of the earliest ones. [ laughter ] yeah. >> jimmy: they said elvis is actually in the movie as an extra at "home alone." and if you sees the scene where catherine o'hara's at the airport, trying to change her tickets, her plane tickets -- look at this, tell me this doesn't look like -- [ laughter ] >> totally elvis. right? >> jimmy: yeah, man. at that point, that's probably what he would wear. like a turtleneck and a blazer. [ laughter ] makes total sense to me. >> i didn't realize elvis turned into richard karn. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a good richard karn reference. >> i know, right? that's a deep cut. >> jimmy: it is a deep cut. >> yeah, i know, you're welcome. >> jimmy: looking back, is there anything you would change or any question you have about the movie or the plot or -- >> oh, just -- i mean, okay. this kid's a really clever kid, right? >> jimmy: yeah. >> but -- these guys are about to break in. why doesn't he just call the cops? i mean like he makes a master plan. he uses micro-machines. but like, for real? there's landlines. i mean there's no cell phones but still.
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i think that's the only -- i think that's the only -- and that's an enormous plot hole. >> jimmy: but -- >> i don't actually spend my days thinking about it, though. >> jimmy: no, you really don't? >> that was just the only one i could think of right now. >> jimmy: i do, yeah. i do, sadly. i want to talk to you about this podcast. >> yes. >> jimmy: >> yes, yes. so i have a -- >> jimmy: and it's a website. >> i have a website and a a podcast. >> jimmy: and a podcast. >> and all that kind of fun stuff. i recommend it. >> jimmy: it made me laugh. yeah, what -- how do you describe it? what is it? >> it's kind of like "goop" meets "the onion." >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's a lifestyle kind of thing. i realized there was a hole in the market of kind of just poking fun at it and at the same time being informative. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so yeah, it is -- >> jimmy: i was playing on the site today. this is the screen shot of what the website is. it says exclusive, macauley culkin interviews the swarm of bees from "my girl." [ laughter ] >> it's a real article. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean -- that was a a very emotional interview, too. >> right? yeah, oh, yeah. it was a hard hitting. >> jimmy: it was hard hitting. >> it stung. >> jimmy: oh, nice, nice! ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] that's what i'm talking about. [ laughter ] i want to put -- these are your -- >> oh, yeah yeah. >> jimmy: your editor caps. >> yes, this is my -- this is my thinking cap. actually, yours is even better. hold on. >> jimmy: really? >> 'cause i can do that. yeah, you don't look ridiculous. >> jimmy: am i lighting up right now? >> yeah, you're lighting up a a little bit. >> jimmy: can we lower -- dim the lights? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: oh, man. [ audience oohs ] >> and now we're talking. >> jimmy: now we're talking. >> yeah. >> jimmy: let's talk about bunny ears. let's talk about this stuff. >> all right, yeah. [ talking over each other ] after dark. >> jimmy: after dark. i want to ask you about this. 'cause this is kind of a big -- >> what? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what's the problem? this is normal television, you guys. >> yeah, yeah! >> jimmy: ah -- this is a big announcement that you're about to make. you're finally branching out onto social media. >> yes. i just started like a twitter like today. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love this. >> i know. i'm living in the now. >> jimmy: you are living in the now. >> yes. >> jimmy: i will say at twitter, on twitter you're @incredibleculk. on instagram, are you @culkamania?
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>> yes, i'm @culkamania on instagram. >> jimmy: so culkamania -- >> yes. yes. what? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think it's great. >> yeah. >> jimmy: well i know, because you're a wrestling fan. >> yes. yes, i am. i think you're a recent convert, aren't you? >> jimmy: i am. i actually am. so interested. but you go to like underground wrestling stuff? >> yes, i do. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yes i do. uh -- >> jimmy: so this is what makes -- we're just different people. you know? [ laughter ] and that's -- you go to underground wrestling thing. >> i wear bunny ears. >> jimmy: you wear bunny ears. i want to show everyone a clip. here's -- >> oh yeah. >> jimmy: you were at this wrestling match then you decided to get in the ring. >> yes. >> jimmy: watch this. >> jimmy: there you go. oh, you "home aloned" him! oh! [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did santa claus throw you? >> santa claus just threw me, yes. >> whew! >> two, three -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you "home aloned" it. >> yeah, i "home aloned" it, yep. >> jimmy: kevin mccallister the -- and then santa claus --
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>> tossed me. >> jimmy: threw you on top of it. i just think you are fun. i just think it's great. >> he just walked up and he was just like, "i'm going to toss you." and i'm like, "alright." >> jimmy: let's go for it. >> let's do this. the whole time, i'm like, you know, just talking [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] i'm talking -- i'm talking bad words. yes, i'm talking -- you know, i'm just talking smack. >> jimmy: smack. >> to all the wrestlers and all that kind of stuff. what? >> jimmy: we both said "smack" way too loud. >> i know. >> jimmy: talkin -- [ both ] "smack." [ laughter ] >> so, yeah. the whole time i'm like -- we're antagonizing each other and then just out of nowhere, i just jump into the ring. and she is just godsmacked. like yeah, it's amazing. >> jimmy: that's the best. >> so, yeah. i'm also a amateur wrestler now apparently. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm an indie amateur wrestler. >> jimmy: hey, have you taken a a selfie yet? >> i have zero pictures on my instagram. [ applause ] >> alright, let's do this. should we do it? alright, let's see. >> jimmy: alright, do you know how to use the phone? >> yeah, i think i know how to use the phone part.
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ah. [ laughter ] everyone say "normal!" >> all: normal. >> there we go. >> jimmy: alright, you want to just show people what it looks like. well, i guess you saw it, yeah. [ laughter ] alright so you are going to put -- that's your first selfie. >> yes. >> jimmy: i am honored. macauley culkin, everyone. [ cheers and applause ] check out his new website, we're be right back with the olympic champion u.s. men's curling team. stick around! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] does this map show the peninsula trail? you won't find that on a map. i'll take you there. take this left. if you listen real hard you can hear the whales. oop. you hear that? (vo) our subaru outback lets us see the world. sometimes in ways we never imagined. (avo) get 0% apr financing on all-new 2018 subaru outback models. now through april 2nd.
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>> go, yes! >> can he hit it? can he hit it? yes, he does! [ cheers and applause ] gold for team usa! >> jimmy: please, welcome your olympic champion u.s. men's curling team! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ crowd chanting usa ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's an honor to you have here. a pleasure -- >> papa. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, i love you, buddy. congratulations. what does it feel like? >> it's unbelievable. honestly, we -- i'd gone on this like whirlwind, kind of, media tour right now. and it's just mind blowing. >> jimmy: are you enjoying it?
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are you having fun? >> oh, yeah. i'm loving it. [ light laughter ] >> it's a great time. yeah. >> jimmy: i'm out of breath from doing that. yeah. [ laughter ] i feel -- i feel, like, you've opened up the sport of curling to everybody. like, people -- everyone is talking about it. they're like, "that was my favorite part. i loved that part of the olympics." and i go, "i was the first one to say that." [ light laughter ] >> you were the first. >> jimmy: right? i thought i was the only -- >> you started -- you started the trend. and luckily we wrote the story that could keep it going. >> jimmy: what a story! what a comeback. the whole idea. it was just great. people called you guys names like "the reject team." "the ragtags." [ light laughter ] it's true! because, like five years ago you weren't on the u.s. team. right? >> yeah, like -- >> yeah, so, i unfortunately was the one who said "the reject team" to someone in the media. and they immediately ran with it. so i got to set the story straight a little bit. >> jimmy: okay good. >> we -- me and john did not make the team three years ago when we tried out for the high performance camp. me and john shuster. >> jimmy: of course. >> tyler didn't try out. steiner thought he was gonna retire and joe did make it.
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and then -- [ laughter ] >> because he's the best. >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. he knows what's up. he knows what's up. >> but then, john called me and jokingly said, "do you want to join my reject team?" jokingly. and we played for a year and did really well. won the u.s. nationals and then they were like, "join our team." so it was pretty great. >> jimmy: how does it feel, though, when you're actually playing? when you're actually in the game? or do you know that -- do you feel the pressure that you're at the olympics? or does it feel like just a a normal match? >> it just feels like a normal curling game. honestly. like, we're used to it. you know? we used to -- >> jimmy: but were you reading the press or were you getting calls and texts on your phone, like -- "dude, you're blowing up. you guys are everywhere." >> yeah. [ light laughter ] it's really surreal when all of that attention starts coming in. because we're used to playing in front of, like, 40 or 50 people. so -- [ laughter ] there's more people here right now than we ever see in audience back home. so. >> jimmy: there's more people here at "the tonight show." >> you guys should come to our games when we play at home. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: not anymore! those games are over now. and now you guys are superstars. i mean, you made that shot. were you freaking out? and can you settle -- it's not even a bet. i didn't bet anyone. but -- [ light laughter ] you know what i was about to say. so you throw the stone. >> stone. >> rock. >> rock. >> jimmy: sorry. you throw the rock. [ laughter ] you throw the rock. okay? now, is it up to those dudes over there? or, what? >> see -- >> jimmy: what if you throw it -- not -- i don't know. >> well that's -- that's exactly what sweepers are there for on the team. so, you deliver the stone. and if you're light right out of the gate, these guys can make a rock travel up to, like, ten feet further. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. and if you got -- yeah, 14 if you're matt over there. [ laughter ] >> no bragging or anything, yeah. >> but, like on that shot in -- that's a take-out, so. basically when we throw the rock, those guys say that's exactly the weight we were expecting. and then ty and i are yelling whether or not, you know, they need to sweep. because you sweep it and you can actually make the rock go a a little bit straighter.
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so -- >> jimmy: you can? >> yeah. you can probably -- >> jimmy: so when you -- when you let go, when you released were you like -- this is like -- this could be historical or this could be -- i could be, like, the biggest loser of all-time? [ laughter ] it's happening right there. it's out of your control. it left your hand. i mean -- i watched the clip a a thousand times. saw your face. i thought you kind of nailed it. you kind of knew it. >> yeah. it was -- you know, these guys, the entire end basically got the end set up where, you know, the other team kind of had to gamble a little bit and all of a sudden there's one yellow rock sitting in there. there's another yellow rock sitting there. and the rocks are piling up. and, you know, i looked over at -- ty and i are back there, like, all we need is one little half mistake here and we might get a chance to do something special and end this thing here. yeah, these guys credit. they set up the whole end and we got that little half shot out of nicklaus that we're playing -- >> jimmy: the greatest shot ever. >> and i let go of that bad boy and -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it was the greatest ever! you got to believe. you got to believe! speaking of believe. >> oh my gosh. >> jimmy: i -- you know i got
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to bring it up. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i saw you on nbc's sports network or something, but you were singing "don't stop believing." and i will say this. you guys are great curlers. [ laughter ] but i wanted you to maybe do it again one more time. if you don't mind for our great audience. can you sing -- [ cheers and applause ] >> i think we can do it. >> i think we can do it. >> jimmy: you can do it with the roots? journey. >> we got the roots. >> jimmy: "don't stop believing." please. do you want to start a a rendition? please. we'd love to see it. >> hopefully this one's a a little better than the last one. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ just a small-town girl living in a lonely world she took the midnight train going anywhere ♪ >> jimmy: come on, everybody! ♪ don't stop believing >> jimmy: curling champions
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♪ ♪ it was just for us ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ it was just for us [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yes! yes! that was great, man! >> thank you, jimmy. >> jimmy: francis and the lights! [ cheers and applause ] "just for us" is out now. thank you, roots. we'll be right back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to lin-manuel miranda, weird al yankovic, macauley culkin, th olympic champion u.s. men's curling team, francis and the lights! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania! [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great weekend. hope to see you next week. bye-bye everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight, rachel maddow, from "l.a. to vegas," actor dylan mcdermott, seth goes day drinking with kelly clarkson, music from rita ora, featuring the 8g band with nikki glaspie. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] all right. that's fantastic to hear. in that case let's get to the news. according to cnn, fbi director christopher wray has made it clear that he's frustrated that president trump is not listening to his advice. regarding a controia


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