-[ Saucepan drum playing ] [ Metal chute vibrating ] -Hi, everybody.
This is episode 2 of “The Tonight Show:
At Home Edition.” Oh, beautiful. Thank you. Thank you, Franny! Thank you! Uh, guys, we had such a great response
from our show last night. Thank you so much.
We raised over $20,000 for Feeding America,
so this is really great. And it’s working
and it’s helping. And I can’t thank you enough
for this. We really want to be there
for you guys, and this is kind of great to…
[ Piano plays in distance ] -[ Chuckling ]
-T-Thank you. We did the intro.
[ Light laughter ] -[ Sighs ] So, uh, tonight we have, again,
at home, my wife is the cameraman,
Winnie is the musician. Thank you so much.
[ Light laughter ] And we do have a special show
tonight, because we’d like to welcome Lin-Manuel Miranda,
our good friend. I’ll be interviewing him
through Zoom later in the show. And all the graphics —
my graphics department — is made by Winnie Fallon,
who’s 6 years old. So, thank you, Winnie. Alright. Um, tonight our charity is broadwaycares.org/help2020. Broadway obviously
had to shut down because of the virus, and a lot of people are hurting. So they’re trying to raise
a lot of money, and I think… -Wheeee! We’re trying to raise a lot of
money for them and for everyone involved
with Broadway. And so…
-[ Chuckles ] So, thank you for giving.
Thank you for donating. And — Do you want
to hold the sign? -[ Chuckles ]
-Put your hands through. [ Laughter ] -That’s gonna be a funny video. -Is it, really?
-Yeah. -[ Laughs ]
-Because of you. -Aw, you’re covered in —
What are you eating? What is all over you?
-[ Laughs ] -Strawberry.
-Strawberry? Did you roll in that,
or did you eat that? [ Laughter ]
-And wiped it on my pants. -Alright, well,
go wash your hands, alright? -No, no!
-Yeah. -[ Laughs ] -Alright,
let’s get to some jokes. -And…go. -Alright, I’m gonna tell
some jokes, okay? -[ Laughs ]
-[ Laughs ] Do you want to just stand there
and watch and laugh — laugh at Daddy
like they’re funny? -No, no, I ain’t laughing
at jokes. -Alright, but if you hear a joke
that you think is funny, you laugh at it, okay?
-Uh-huh. -Okay. And you, too. if you think it’s funny,
laugh, okay? -Mm-hmm.
-[ Clears throat ] Welcome to “The Tonight Show:
At Home Edition.” Well, guys, we are on day 83 —
Oh, this involves you, Nancy, so I have a line for you.
-Okay. Oh, great. -Just say “6,” okay?
-You got it. Uh, cut me off
when I say “quarantine.” Alright, welcome to “The
Tonight Show: At Home Edition.” Well, guys, we are on
day 83 of the quarant– -6.
-6? Wow. Okay, well,
day 6 of our quarantine. Just feels like 83. When you’re having fun… -[ Chuckles ]
-[ Laughing ] Anyway, uh,
how’s everyone doing? I’ve been social-distancing
for a few days, and things are getting
a little weird. This morning,
I shared an intense gaze through the window
with my Amazon delivery guy. [ Whispering ] “I love you.
Take me with you.” [ Normal voice ]
This is day 6 of spending every minute
at home. I think my wife is starting
to get sick of me. Tonight she made me a margarita
with tequila, lime juice, and some chemicals
from under the sink. -[ Laughs ] -Yeah. Okay. That’s right, America
is still under quarantine, and being stuck inside with
the same people can be tough. Today our Roomba
rolled out the front door and hasn’t come back.
Come back here! -Okay, thank you.
-[ Chuckles ] -Of course, everyone has
been out, buying supplies. Personally, I recommend CVS. They’ve got what you need. And every receipt is
a week’s worth of toilet paper. Hey, stop.
That was a funny joke. Do you like it?
-[ Laughs ] Everyone’s been buying supplies. Personally, I recommend CVS.
They got what you need, and every receipt is a
week’s worth of toilet paper. -[ Laughs ] -Of course, everyone’s
been out buying supplies. Personally…
-[ Laughs ] -…I recommend CVS.
They’ve got what you need, and every receipt is
a week’s wroth of toilet paper! -[ Laughs ] -Toilet paper. [ Laughs ] -[ Laughs ]
-Toilet paper. -I told you it was funny.
I knew you’d like it. Just got to wait
for the punch line. -It’s funny. It’s very funny.
-Okay. For a lot of parents, today was
day 3 of no school. Right now, they’re realizing the key to teaching your kids
the ABCs is a little CBD. -[ Chuckles ]
-And now, with everyone hanging around their house,
Americans are spending more time talking with their neighbors,
then immediately remembering why they’ve been
social-distancing from their neighbors for years.
[ Laughs ] Oh, that’s right.
Why I don’t like you. Of course, millions of Americans
are currently working from home. The past few days,
we’ve all gotten to be like, “Wow, Dave from HR
has a pretty ugly house.” [ Laughs ] And finally,
here’s some good news. I saw that you can now stream
the movie “Cats” online. You guys remember “Cats.” This is when movie theaters
were empty before the virus. [ Laughs ] Guys, that’s our monologue,
right there. We’re gonna finish our show
tonight with a nice interview from the one and only
Lin-Manuel Miranda. Please enjoy. Alright, ready?
-Ready. Am I gonna come in
like I’m the guest? -Unless you want to play a… ♪ Dunh duh-duh-duh dunh-duh ♪ Or whatever.
-Yeah, yeah, whatever you want. I got my piano here. [ Piano plays ] What would The Roots play
on my entrance? -[ Laughs ] [ Piano plays ] -♪ In Washington Heights ♪ -Oh, welcome, welcome,
Lin-Manuel! You are our very first guest for “The Tonight Show:
At Home Edition.” Thank you so much
for doing this. How are you dealing
with everybody? How’s everything at home?
-Everything is cool. We are doing
the cool thing to do, which is self-quarantining, which means we are home
with our two kids. We have a kindergartner
and 2-year-old/ And so we are learning
how to homeschool. -[ Chuckling ] Oh, my God. -I agree with
Shonda Rhimes’ tweet, “Every teacher should make
a billion dollars a year.” [ Laughs ]
-I mean, like, oh, my gosh. Right? How hard is this?
It’s insane. -Yeah, and you know what?
I mean, listen, we have incredible privilege that we have the privilege
of staying home, when a lot of people’s jobs
require them to go out. And so we’re tackling
keeping our kid learning while we’re here.
-Yeah. I know a lot of people
are going to me, like, “You must be getting
a lot of work done. A lot of writing done.
Are people asking you that? -I’m not getting work done,
I’m learning how to teach math. -[ Laughs ] What have you been doing
to keep the kids occupied? Any tricks? -Well, luckily, there’s
amazing resources online. Like, Mo Willems, who writes
the “Elephant & Piggie” books, he’s been doing a doodling class
at 1:00. -I did that!
-By the way, they’re legit. My kid’s doodles are legit good
after following along with him. -Master class. It’s amazing.
-They are a master class. -You know what?
I left them in the other room. Hang on one second.
Time-out. One second. -Go ahead. Go for it, go for it. I can fill the time. Oh, I love the —
There’s the flag. Puerto Rico.
There’s a — Ooh. That’s is a —
That’s a Grammy right there. And… [ Laughs ] I’m trying to describe things
in your house. -Oh, great. Yeah, it’s mostly —
It’s some awards and it’s some
“Masters of the Universe” toys. Check out this
legit-good pigeon drawing. -That is exactly the pigeon. -[ Chuckles ] It’s amazing!
-No way! By the way, you gave us
a treat last week with an unreleased song
from “Hamilton”. Why was — Why was that cut?
It was so cool! I loved it! I love that you did that,
’cause people are just looking to see anything.
Content is… -Yeah, it’s such a —
Well, it was a silly tune that kind of pops up
every once in a while in my shuffle.
It was never even good enough to make one of the readings
or workshops. It’s a one-joke song, right? It’s basically Hamilton
saying to Washington, “I have this friend,
and he’s in trouble. Not me, it’s a friend.”
-Yeah, I love that. So he’s asking for a friend,
yeah. -Yeah, asking for a friend. And so, you know, what can we do to kind of brighten people’s day in this time of
so much uncertainty and everyone being cooped up? Hopefully, being cooped up,
if you can. I ordered a tent online.
-[ Chuckles ] -We’re gonna put up a tent…
in my house. -Why?
-Something. I don’t know. Someone on Twitter said
that they did that for the kids, and
it was a good idea. So I think the kids —
I might just put up a tent. I don’t know, I don’t know.
I don’t know what to do. -That sounds cool.
I was looking through my phone for more things to sort of share
that are funny. And I found these 2-second
videos of you and I on the tandem bike
when your wife was taking — thought she was taking pictures, but she was actually
taking 2-second videos of us just…
-[ Laughs ] I remember that.
And I go, “Did you get it, honey?”
She goes, “I got it.” I know you’re doing
a lot of stuff, and everyone’s
asking for a favor. So thank you for doing this. What have you taken from this
at all that you didn’t see coming,
or socially, for you or social-media-wise,
that’s kind of inspired you? -Well, it’s funny,
I had actually sort of signed off Twitter
at the end of last year, just because I had
a really busy year coming up, directing my first movie,
“Tick, Tick… Boom.” We’re doing
the finishing touches on the “In the Heights” movie, which I’m praying —
I hope we’re all done with this by the time —
by the end of June so that we can watch that movie
together And remember what it’s like
to be together. That’s supposed to come out
at the end of the June. But who knows?
And but the other — You know, in my particular
bubble of the world Are Broadway performers and
actors and theater companies, and people behind the scenes
at theater companies all over the world,
who can’t make a living because we make our living
where people gather. So, what’s been great
is the Broadway Cares. Normally, this is a collection
time for Broadway Cares. You remember Broadway Cares,
-Buckets. And we raise money
for the Actors Fund, which supports actors
in times like this. So they’ve created this
emergency fund. It’s the emergency assistance
fund. We’re trying to raise $1 million for people
in the performing arts who’s need help right now because they’re
not making a living — housing, food,
sort of whatever needs doing. So I’m here with a literal
disinfected red bucket. And so I’ve been posting —
It got me back on Twitter. And I’m just trying to make
little live videos and raising money for them, because that’s my little corner and that’s where
I can be of service. -What website, actually,
do we go to? -Well, I have
the good fortune of, this became our art activity. I’ve drawn the website,
and my son drew you. He wanted you to know, Jimmy, that that’s a monster. -[ Chuckles ] -That’s a sea monster with eggs. And then that’s a [Inaudible]…
-[ Laughs ] -…on top.
And the website is broadwaycares.org/help2020. My 2-year-old wanted
to get in on the fun, too. He’s not quite
with the solids and shapes, but he drew all over this one. -That’s beautiful.
It’s an abstract. -Yeah, and then there’s
just another drawing that Sebastian
wanted you to have. This is, again, another monster. And he said, “Make sure
Jimmy sees this.” -Sebastian, you’re awesome.
-I showed him the “Wheels of Freestyle”
we’ve done on this show. And he said,
“The other guy is good, but you’re good, too.”
-[ Laughs ] Thank you so much
for doing this. I appreciate it.
Before we go, can I maybe have — we’ll do
one quick verse of “Two Goats in a Boat”?
-Sure. -Shall we change the ending?
-Yes. -Alright, so, we’ll go… ♪ We’re just two goats
in a boat ♪ ♪ Two goats in a boat ♪
-♪ Two goats in a boat ♪ ♪ To goats stay home ♪ -Oh, yeah. ♪ Two goats stay at home ♪ [ Both laugh ]
-One more time. -The timing was perfect.
[ Both laugh ] I love you man. You’re the best.
-You too. -Stay safe.
And thanks again for this. And I’ll be talking to you, pal. Thank you, Lin. But the interview
actually was not over. Here performing
“Dear Theodosia,” from his house in the Heights, Lin-Manuel Miranda. ♪♪ -♪ Dear Theodosia,
what to say to you? ♪ ♪ You have my eyes ♪ ♪ You have your mother’s name ♪ ♪ When you came into the world,
you cried ♪ ♪ And it broke my heart ♪ ♪ I’m dedicating every day
to you ♪ ♪ Domestic life
was never quite my style ♪ ♪ When you smile ♪ ♪ You knock me out,
I fall apart ♪ ♪ And I thought I was so smart ♪ ♪ You will come of age
with our young nation ♪ ♪ We’ll bleed and fight
for you ♪ ♪ We’ll make it right for you ♪ ♪ If we lay a strong enough
foundation ♪ ♪ We’ll pass it on to you ♪ ♪ We’ll give the world to you ♪ ♪ And you’ll blow us all away ♪ ♪ Someday, someday ♪ ♪ Yeah,
you’ll blow us all away ♪ ♪ Someday, someday ♪ ♪ My father wasn’t around ♪ ♪ My father wasn’t around ♪ ♪ I swear that I’ll be around
for you ♪ ♪ I’ll do whatever it takes ♪ ♪ I’ll make a million mistakes ♪ ♪ I’ll make the world
safe and sound for you ♪ ♪ Will come of age
with our young nation ♪ ♪ We’ll make it right for you ♪ ♪ We’ll bleed and fight
for you ♪ ♪ If we lay a strong enough
foundation ♪ ♪ We’ll pass it on to you ♪ ♪ We’ll give the world to you ♪ ♪ And you’ll blow us all away ♪ ♪ Someday, someday ♪ ♪ Yeah,
you’ll blow us all away ♪ ♪ Someday, someday ♪ ♪♪ -You are the greatest.
Love you, buddy. -Alright, love you, too. -How great was that? Thank you, Lin-Manuel Miranda. That is something
you don’t see every day, huh? Guys, tomorrow’s show, I’d like
to hear a question from you, if you have questions for me
or my children. You want me to ask questions
to my kids, I can do that. And maybe I can even
convince my wife, who doesn’t like
to be on-camera, to maybe answer
a couple questions. -Maybe.
-Honey? Come on. Come on.
-Make them good. -I need guests.
I need guests. Anyways, do it. My socials are @jimmyfallon
on Twitter. But you know
how to get ahold of me. I really want to thank everyone who’s helped me
put these shows on. Thank you, NBC. You’ve been great to me
just to get this out. There’s people out there. If you don’t know — People don’t know
about the Internet, so please tell them to tune in
and watch these things and send them —
Like, people like my dad. If you guys have
my dad’s number, call him and tell him
how to watch this. But NBC’s helped out with that. I want to thank —
YouTube has been amazing. And, Google, thank you so much. And, of course, everyone
on the “Tonight Show” staff, I’m so proud of you guys. Thank you so much
for doing this. Tune in tomorrow.
Have a great, great night. Stay safe. Wash your hands
and don’t touch your face. Bye! Whoo! Whoo.