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  • -Welcome, welcome, welcome to

  • "The Tonight Show," everybody.

  • Thank you so much for watching. Thanks for being here.

  • Well, guys, everyone is still talking about

  • Oprah's special with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

  • And today, Buckingham Palace

  • finally responded with a statement.

  • Listen to this.

  • -"The whole family is saddened to learn

  • the full extent of how challenging the last few years

  • have been for Harry and Meghan.

  • The issues raised, particularly that of race, are concerning.

  • While some recollections may vary,

  • they are taken very seriously and will be addressed

  • by the family privately."

  • -Just to be clear, the news anchor didn't see

  • the note up top that said, "Read through gritted teeth."

  • For those who aren't fluent in "palace-speak,"

  • they're basically saying, "We're sorry you feel this way."

  • The statement would have sounded more sincere

  • if they didn't end it with, "So...we good?

  • Okay. Alright, we're going to split, so we're good.

  • It's cool."

  • Meanwhile, CBS is begging Oprah to do another two-hour special

  • on Harry and Meghan's response to the response.

  • So that's interesting.

  • Yeah, if Buckingham Palace is just learning

  • the full extent of Harry and Meghan's feelings now,

  • wait until they find out what's

  • been going on with Prince Andrew.

  • And in "making the story all about you" news,

  • Piers Morgan, who faced backlash over harsh comments

  • about Harry and Meghan,

  • will depart his show, "Good Morning Britain."

  • I think it was time.

  • Take a look at how his last day went.

  • -You don't like Meghan Markle.

  • You've made it so clear a number of times on this program.

  • A number of times. You continue to trash her.

  • -Okay, I'm done with this. -No, no, no.

  • -Sorry. No. -Oh, do you know what??

  • -Sorry. You can track her maybe, not my --

  • -No, no, no. -See you later.

  • -I'm being -- -Sorry, can't do this.

  • -This is absolutely diabolical behavior.

  • -That's real? -Yep.

  • Piers quit while the rest of the anchors were like,

  • "No, wait, stop."

  • I like how the desk is so big

  • that his walkout took like 15 seconds.

  • [ British accent ] "Sorry. Sorry about that.

  • Nope, sorry. Can't do it. I just -- Sorry.

  • I just -- Wait.

  • Wait a moment till I catch my breath.

  • Alright, sorry. Here we go.

  • Absolutely. No, can't do it."

  • [ Normal voice ] That's right -- after months of criticizing

  • Meghan Markle for making an emotional exit,

  • Piers stormed off stage in an emotional exit.

  • That's right -- Piers is leaving,

  • and he asked to be taken in by Tyler Perry

  • and given full security.

  • That's right -- everybody's still talking about

  • the Harry and Meghan special, but in the U.K.,

  • people were shocked by something else during the interview.

  • Watch this.

  • -Viewers in Britain apparently shocked at the amount of

  • drug commercials on American TV.

  • In England, it's illegal to advertise prescription drugs.

  • -One British viewer posting, "Help.

  • Why are all American ads about medicines?"

  • -And another wrote, "I can't understand why

  • American TV ads are like, 'Ask your doctor for...'

  • Why would you be the one to tell a doctor

  • what medicine to give you?"

  • -When they heard, Americans were like,

  • "Oh, if you have a problem with that,

  • ask your doctor about Adoravan."

  • In our defense, half our commercials are

  • for fast food and soda, so it makes sense

  • the other half are for medicine.

  • Americans are so used to these commercials,

  • we use the list of drug side effects

  • as a white-noise machine at night.

  • It's like, "May cause abdominal cramps, enflamed retinas,

  • nosebleeds, soreness of..."

  • [ Snoring ]

  • Meanwhile, every member of the royal family is like,

  • "Actually, that Xanax sounds pretty good right now."

  • But Buckingham Palace isn't the only place

  • dealing with a major scandal.

  • Listen to what's going on at The White House right now.

  • -President Biden's two German shepherds are back in Delaware.

  • Sources tell CNN the dogs were removed from The White House

  • yesterday after a biting incident involving

  • a member of the security team.

  • -Okay.

  • Now, these are the types of Washington scandals I've missed.

  • There you go.

  • Dog.

  • Apparently, Major was jumping, barking, and charging at people.

  • Wow. You'd think after the last four years,

  • The White House staff would be used to that.

  • Yep, the biting incident came out of nowhere.

  • I mean, who knew a 90-pound German attack dog

  • would present a danger?

  • When Major heard he was going back to Delaware,

  • he was like, "No, please, a kennel, the pound,

  • anything, just not Delaware."

  • Yep, Major and Champ have left The White House,

  • and Sunday night, they're sitting down with Oprah

  • to discuss where it all went wrong.

  • Major really must have messed up,

  • because look at what was spotted

  • outside The White House earlier today.

  • This is real. Can we zoom in? Look at that.

  • Rudy Giuliani was like, "Hey, that's my old bed."

  • Then Dr. Fauci was like, "What? That's my old bed."

  • Then Eric and Don Jr. were like, "No, that's our old bed."

  • Some entertainment news.

  • Yesterday, "Zack Snyder's Justice League"

  • leaked on HBO Max for about an hour

  • and played when people tried to watch "Tom and Jerry."

  • They fixed the problem, but if you missed it,

  • we have a special sneak peek of the film.

  • Take a look.

  • ♪♪

  • -♪ If I go crazy, then will you still call me Superman? ♪

  • ♪♪

  • -Not what I expected, but...

  • This is cool.

  • Over in Japan, they're about to open

  • the new Super Nintendo World theme park.

  • The park was supposed to open last year,

  • but construction got delayed

  • when the plumbers kept getting high on mushrooms.

  • It looks amazing.

  • They have a real-life Bowser's Castle,

  • and every day, Princess Peach escapes

  • and then does a prime-time interview with Oprah.

  • And, finally, speaking of video games,

  • I read that Sony wants to develop a new gaming technology.

  • Listen to this.

  • -Sony has reportedly filed a patent to turn food products,

  • like bananas and other household items,

  • into PlayStation controllers.

  • The goal is to use a camera to map out

  • virtual buttons on any object.

  • -It's going to be weird when your friend is like,

  • "Yeah, I'll meet up with you after school.

  • I just got to go home first and play with my banana."

-Welcome, welcome, welcome to

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