You stay safe, too.
Bye, Pope Francis.
Welcome to another episodeof “The Tonight Show:At Home Edition.
” Here is our sign right here.
Da-da-da! Thank you for tuning in.
I wanted to make it a littlecozy to have you in my home.
So this is a little yogafor you guys.
If you practice yogaand like everything cozy, then that's what I'm giving you.
Guys, we're at day 13of this self-quarantine.
And I just want to thank you allfor doing your job and staying at home.
I know we don't get enoughthanks for doing this stuff, so on behalf of my family, I just want to thank you so much for staying at homeand doing your part.
We're going to get through this.
I also want to thank everyonefor watching and all the great feedbackthat we've been getting from doing these shows.
I think — I read all these different charitablethings that have been happening.
Yashar Ali, I saw on Twitter, teamed up with Robin Hood to create a GoFundMeso that servers can get paid even thoughthey don't have jobs.
Good for you.
I love that you did that.
Daniel Humm, who's a great chef and a guest on our showmany times, of the restaurantEleven Madison Park, I saw that he — It's one of the greatestrestaurants in the world.
I think he got awarded GreatestRestaurant in the World.
As of today, in New York City, it's a soup kitchen.
That is awesome.
So, props to you, Chef Humm, and everyone at theEleven Madison Park team.
That is awesome, what you're doing.
And people are seeing andhearing that you're doing it.
So, thank you.
We have a great show tonight.
We have Niall Horan on the show.
His new album, “Heartbreak Weather, ” is out, and it is number one.
Yay, Niall! That's awesome.
This is his — Charity he's working with –Meals on Wheels.
Thank you for drawing this, Winnie.
I appreciate that.
It's an amazing charity.
And we'll get into thatwith Niall and talk to him laterin the show.
But right now, I wanted to start off the show with the new thingwe're gonna do, because everyoneis quarantined right now.
And some of this stuffyou're doing online is funny.
And so, we've seensome funny videos.
And I'd like to show a coupleof my favorites that I've seen either on TikTok or from Twitter or Facebook or wherever we found it –Instagram.
And it's calledWhat Are You Doing Wednesday? We'll try to pickour favorite three and show them every Wednesday, because we're all stuck at home.
What are you doing?What are you doing at home? This first one, this guy, he understood the rulesof self-quarantine.
And that's awesomethat he did that.
But he still wantedto have a little party.
So check this out.
Thank you for coming.
Ching, ching, guys, ching, ching.
Cheers to you, bud.
Next up –This one I loved.
This kid just turned 21, okay? And he obviously couldn'tgo to a bar to celebrate that he turned 21, he can now drink.
So his parentsturned their house into a club — Club Quarantine.
His dad played the bouncer, and his mom is the bartender.
Check this out.
♪♪ ♪♪ -All right!Welcome to Club Quarantine! -It's my 21st birthday.
-Your 21st birthday?! It's our policy that we give youa free green tea shot.
And we let the bouncer, the waitress, and I'll do one with you.
-Couldn't be cooler.
Our last one hereis called “Poor Jennifer.
” You might have seen this.
It's a Zoom meetingthat people are doing together.
And, by the way, I'm doing it, as well.
I never even heard of the wordZoom two weeks ago, and now I'm doing itall day long.
My kids are in Zoom meetings.
My wife is in Zoom.
I'm in Zoom meetings.
We're just Zooming all the time.
Right, Win, you're Zooming? Okay.
I told Winnie not to talk.
You can talk if you want.
Are you in Zoom meetings? -Um.
[ Laughing ] Okay.
So — But anyways, this is a Zoom meeting, and, boy, watch the one girl who tries to sneak offto the bathroom, and watch what happens.
-I'm told that our professionis one of the only professions, like, we can never get involvedwith a former client, ever, regardless of how longit's been, versus, like, some other professions say a few years or whatever.
I think it really depends onjust, like, the ethical standardsof the profession.
And, in reality, I've heardthat social work kind of has very high standards and, like, good standards, in terms of things and that, oftentimes, people don't — Like, people of otherprofessions don't have — -Hold on, hold on.
[ Laughs ] -What happened? -I saw nothing.
-Oh, my God.
-Poor Jennifer!Oh, my gosh! Jennifer, if you're watching, I just got to say, that is honestly amazing, and you made a lot of peoplesmile from that video.
So, honestly, I knowit's probably embarrassing, but, man, oh, man, we need it right now.
So, thank you very muchfor that.
That isWhat are you doing Wednesdays? ♪♪ [ Laughs ] Now it's time for the monologue.
Welcome to “TheTonight Show: At Home Edition.
” Well, you guys, it's Wednesdayor, as it's now known, Flatten the Hump Day.
Listen to this –Many people in isolation are now cutting their own hair, which means, pretty soon, every guy is going to look like that dudefrom “Tiger King.
” I read that the most importantthing you can do in isolation is keep a normal routine.
For instance, I wake up at 6:00 A.
, I work out, I shower, I eat breakfast, I watch TV, I play with my kids, I eat lunch, and then at 7:00 A.
, I spend the next 10 hoursscreaming into a pillow.
Yep, the boredom is reallystarting to set in.
For the first time in my life, when I download an app, I actually readthe terms and conditions.
[ Children talking ] Guys, I can hear you.
I read that parentsare trying to figure out if their kids' appsare educational.
Here's how you can tell –If they never open the app, it's educational.
Here's some good news.
China just announced thatthey're lifting the lockdown of Wuhan on April 8th.
Yep, President Xi said he wantsChina back open for Passover.
[ Children playing ] Check this out.
I heard that — Thank you, guys.
Check this out –I heard that both Keith Urbanand John Legend held free virtual concertsonline.
Or maybe that's justan urban legend.
There's no audience here, but I somehow heard 300 people groaning.
Finally –this is pretty amazing — a research drone caughtan overhead shot of a blue whale sneezing.
Even more impressive, thedolphin next to him who yelled, “Damn it, Carl, sneeze into your flipper.
” That's our monologue, everybody.
Hey, I had the opportunityto interview my man Niall Horan, who has a new albumcalled “Heartbreak Weather, ” and he told me all about thatand some other stuff.
So here's Niall Horan.
♪♪ -Yay! [clapping] Yay! -Jimmy! -I love you, now.
I love you, buddy.
So good to see you, man.
-You, too, man.
How's it goin'? -It's — It's going well.
Just it's so interesting.
What weird times.
-Strange, strange times —Where are ya, buddy? -I'm sittin' in myapartment in London.
-Oh, my gosh!Thank you so much for calling in, or Zooming in.
I didn't know how muchZooming I'd be doing, but I'm Zooming every day now.
-Yeah, it's crazy.
I've never Zoomed in my life, but here we are.
-Couple of Zoomers.
A couple of Zoomers.
-[ Laughing ] -What have you been doing to keep your timewhile you're stayin' home? -I've just been satin this position.
A lot of piano.
I've got my guitar here and I've just been sittin'.
I wrote a couple of tunes.
Definitely findin' it relativelyhard to get motivated when all I can do is sitin my living room.
But, wrote a few tunes.
Been doin' a bitof cookin' for myself.
I've got really bad kneesand I've never run before.
I run about 15K this week, just doing 5K runs in the parkon my own every day, just to get out of the house, and, apart from that, general lounging.
Looks like you're havin'a lot more fun than me.
-[ Laughing ] I'm trying to, yeah.
I don't know if I can dothat much exercise.
I'd pass out.
-[ Laughs ] -What's the quarantine nickname? Do you know this? It's a meme.
It's — It's a feelingplus what you ate.
Is that what it is? -Yeah.
I've heard about this, yeah.
I seen this yesterday.
So, I'm feelin' great.
I'm feelin' happy.
So, I'm happy.
And had I had salmon for lunch, so Happy Salmon.
[ Clap ]-Dude, you're not gonnabelieve this.
I swear to God.
I feel happyand I had salmon for lunch.
[ Laughter ] -Come on!-We're blood brothers! We're Happy Salmon! Dude, I can't believe this! I wish I was lying.
I'm telling things.
This is bizarre! We're linked forever, man.
-Love you! Love you, bud.
-That's so rad.
Oh, my gosh.
Hey, congrats on the album, by the way.
I know, last timeI talked to you, I was like, “This is gonna be number 1, “and here we are and it is number 1.
Congratulations on that.
Are you excited about it? Were you surprised by anythingor are you just loving it? -Yeah.
I mean, it was a lot of fun to make.
I had a great time makin' it.
Bit of a shamethat I had to release it amongst all of this, but, yeah, you can't winevery week and — But, yeah, as you said, it went to number 1 in the UK and Ireland, which was huge for me, and finished wellin the States as well, so, yeah, just super excited, man.
It's just it's a weird time, but a good time.
-Normally, you'd be like touringand selling the album, right? -Yeah, exactly.
-is it hard, now that you can't do that? Is it changing anything? -Yeah, it's changedthe whole like rollout of the album, you know.
I would've been on likethe “Today” show, on the Plazaon St.
Patrick's Day, something we had planned, for instance.
-You know, like all these different like radio things and TV thingsand appearances here and there.
And, obviously, then, Mr.
Trump's decided that we're puttin' the borderon Europe and that was it and then I just hadto get back and just do whateveryone else is doin'.
But, not the regular release, but, you know.
I've done the other things, you know, I've sat and I've doneInstagram Lives to 50, 000 people on a nightly basis and playedsome tunes off the album and — Yeah.
Do exactly what –Do what, you know, I don't normally do, but something different, kind of like what you're doin', from home.
-[laughs] I lovethe “Heartbreak Weather” and I gotta say, the video of you, dude, you're unbelievable.
-[ Laughing ]-I swear.
I know you.
I know you're funny, but, I don't know if a lotta people knowhow funny you are, but you crushed it, dude! -Yeah.
-It was the best.
I wanted to likecreate some sort of character.
Since the album was called”Heartbreak Weather, ” I was gonna like createsome sort of like Will Ferrell/Ron Burgundy-type character that I was gonna roll outthe track listing with and do all theselittle mini videos about the weather and all this.
And it went down a storm.
The fans loved it And it was —[laughing] I loved it, too.
It was so good.
It was so good, so funny.
-Obviously, last timeI was on the show —Gosh, I've known you for a coup– I've known youfor a couple years, now.
Oh, what do you got there? -I got a golf club.
[ laughing ] Sorry.
I've got one, too.
Have you been tryingto do stuff indoors? I have one, too.
I got — This is the sandwich.
-Yeah, I've gota 60-degree wedge as well.
-Dude, we got two 60s.
-Just I'm always like -That's super hard.
-chippin' around on the carpet, like puttin' ballsaround the place.
-Can you juggle with the ball? I can't.
[ Thudding ] -I can't do it.
-I just lost it.
[ Clacking ] Oh.
Yeah! That's awesome! [ Clacking ] -There we go.
-Oh, my gosh! [ Applause ]That's what I'm talking about.
I cannot do one of them.
That is phenomenal, buddy! -[ Laughs ]-That is so good.
So you're gettin'a little golf in, even while you're indoorsat home.
Well, last week, you know, before our lockdownhappened here in the UK, golf was like an alrightsport to do, you know.
If you wanted to self-isolate, you could literally walkthe fairways on your own.
-And I did play once, but the lockdown's in now, so I've just been kind of knockin' around the house, you know? -You workin'on your putting game at all? -Yeah, I do it a little bit.
I have a toilet [laughs] roll at the end of the hallway that I've been tryin'to hit into.
Would you like to see it?-Really? -Yeah.
Show it to me.
I'd love to see it.
-[ Laughs ] -I need to put you somewhere, you know.
Put you on a book herein the hallway.
[ Laughs ] -Oh, my gosh.
-Before we put the stuff there at the very end.
-How long, how far away, is that? -It's about 25 feet.
-Have you been ableto drain it yet? -Shall we have a go at it? -Oh, please try.
This would be fantastic.
-Tell you what.
If this doesn't work, this is horrendous television.
-[laughing]No, this is fantastic TV! This is exactly what — [ Clacking ] -Come on! Oh, it veered offat the last second.
Bro, I'll give you a hand!Bro, I'll give you a hand! One more time! One more time!Try it one more time! [clapping] Come on!It's so good! [ Indistinct ] -Glad you're gettingthis much enjoyment out of it.
-I love it.
-I'll go again.
Try one more time.
That was too hard, right? [ Sniff ] What are you hitting it into? Is it a cup? -No.
There's like a toilet rolldown the end of the room.
[ Laughter ]-[Claps] -I put toilet roll down here.
-[laughing] Oh, my gosh.
[clap] That is genius, buddy.
Hey, I wanna say everyonethat's come on our show has a charity that we liketo promote and talk about.
My daughter drew that.
-She's done a great job.
-[laughing]Thank you very much.
-I love Meals on Wheels, but please explain to everyone what it is and what's yourconnection to Meals on Wheels.
-Well, it's something that, you know, I'm getting into and I'mgonna work a lot closer.
Obviously, that'sthe American version, but I'm gonna tryand work a lot closer, especially in these times, these uncertain times, with this charity, because, obviously, there's Meals on Wheelsall over America.
There's Meals on Wheelsover Ireland, UK, wherever you are.
And, obviously, the most vulnerable peopleright now are the elderly.
They can't leave their homes.
If you'reover a certain age, you're told to completelystay inside.
Like my grandmother, for instance.
My family members are talkingto her through the window on their phoneand stuff like that, so.
People like her, or justthe elderly, in general, so they can get foodbrought to them, the most vulnerableare looked after and literally Meals on Wheels and people are droppin'meals at doors.
I think it's very importantbecause I have the means to go down in the elevatorand my one time I go out days is to go to the supermarket.
Some people don't have that, so I think Meals on Wheels Americais huge for that.
I love it.
I love that you chose that.
And I think a lot of people are goingto donate to that tonight, thanks to you.
I appreciate that.
The other thing — First of all, I reached outto you just to say, “Hey, if you wanna stop byor do anything on the show, I'd love to have you.
” You immediately got back to me.
Thank you for doing that.
And then you also saidyou'd perform something, so you're gonna performfor us later in our show.
Yeah, of course.
No, I love what you're doin'.
I've watched every night.
I love last night's song, “Prom Mom.
” Love that.
[ Laughter ] -I'm tryin', I'm tryin', I'm tryin', buddy.
-But it's been fun.
It's been fun to see the girlsand Nancy and stuff.
It's been really funny.
-What are you gonna do —Yeah, of course.
-What you gonna playfor us tonight, later on? -I'm gonna sing a song off myalbum, called “Dear Patience.
” I just thought I'd just –It's an album track.
Well, I just thoughtit's very relevant right now 'cause I wrote it at a timewhen I needed to be patient and, if anyone needsto be patient right now, it's all of us.
-[laughing] That's amazing.
And the song is basically mewriting a letter to the feeling of patience, you know? “Come on, dude.
Let's go for a drink.
We haven't spoken in a while.
” -[Laughing] -So, I feel like we can all — It's very relevant right now, so we can all pay attention to thatand I'll play it later.
-“Heartbreak Weather”is the name of the album.
Niall Horan, you're a good manand thank you so much.
I can't wait to play golfwith you outside.
We will do this one day.
-Congrats on the #1 record.
We love you, bud.
Thank you so much.
-You're a great man.
Thanks very much.
See you soon.
-See you, Jimmy.
-And now with a performancefrom his new album, “Heartbreak Weather, ” singing “Dear Patience, ” it's Niall Horan.
-♪ Dear patience ♪ ♪ Can we share a drinkand let go of the pressure? ♪ ♪♪ ♪ Dear patience ♪ ♪ 'Cause the last time thatwe talked seems like forever ♪ ♪ And ever ♪ ♪ Feels likeyou don't even know me ♪ ♪ Just me and the starscan get lonely ♪ ♪ Hey, can you show your face? ♪ ♪ Can you seethat I'm anxious? ♪ ♪ Can you hearwhat I'm saying, saying? ♪ ♪ Hey, 'cause I fall too fast ♪ ♪ And I go down blazing ♪ ♪ Can you hearwhat I'm saying? ♪ ♪ Dear patience ♪ ♪ If I pour my heart out, can you keep a promise? ♪ ♪♪ ♪ 'Cause the situation ♪ ♪ Is like a mountain that's beenweighing on my conscience ♪ ♪ If I'm being honest ♪ ♪ And it feels likeyou don't even know me ♪ ♪ Just me and the starscan get lonely ♪ ♪ And, hey, can youshow your face? ♪ ♪ Can you seethat I'm anxious? ♪ ♪ Can you hearwhat I'm saying, saying? ♪ ♪ Hey, 'cause I fall too fast ♪ ♪ And I go down blazing ♪ ♪ Can you hearwhat I'm saying? ♪ ♪ The way you maketime disappear ♪ ♪ And I hope that I find you, my dear ♪ ♪ The way you maketime disappear ♪ ♪ And I hope that I find you, my dear ♪ ♪ Patience ♪ ♪ Can we share a drinkand let go of the pressure? ♪ ♪ Oh ♪ ♪ Dear patience ♪ ♪ 'Cause the last time thatwe talked seemed like forever ♪ ♪ And ever ♪ ♪ Hey, can you show your face? ♪ ♪ Can you seethat I'm anxious? ♪ ♪ Can you hearwhat I'm saying, saying? ♪ ♪ Hey, 'cause I fall too fast ♪ ♪ And I go down blazing ♪ ♪ Can you hearwhat I'm saying? ♪ ♪♪ ♪ Dear patience ♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ Stay safe, my friends.
-Thank you so much for watching, either on YouTube — Thank you, YouTube.
Thank you, NBC.
Please donate, mealsonwheelsamerica.
This is really going to helpa lot of people.
Thank you so much.
Wash your hands.
Don't touch your face.
I will see you tomorrow.
Thank you guys so much.
Bye! -Daddy? Are you ready?-Yeah? Yeah.
-[ Speaks indistinctly ]-[ Squeals ] -[ Laughs ] -Hit it?-Hit it! -Yay!-[ Laughs ] -Ow, ow, ow, ow, ow, ow.
ow, ow, ow, ow.
-Are you okay, Winnie? -Yes, I am.
-I'm going back up!.