tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC February 17, 2011 12:35am-1:35am PST
>> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- forest whitaker. comedian, brandon t. jackson. felicia day. musical guest -- tyler, the creator and hodgy beats from odd future. and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
jimmy: wow, thanks that's a good crowd right there. [ cheers and applause ] welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." hey, did you guys see this? charlie sheen called into a radio show today, and said he has never been drunk or high on the set of his show. well, that makes one of us. [ laughter ] in the interview, charlie sheen did say that he's been so hung-over on the set of "two and a half men" that he had to lean on props to keep from falling over. [ light laughter ] in response one of the props said i'm the kid who stars in the show with you. so, i'm not just a prop. later in the interview, charlie sheen said that lindsay lohan should work on her impulse control. whoa. that's -- that's like the pot calling the kettle to buy pot. it's really -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
this is big. watson, the ibm computer, beat his two human opponents by a long shot in "jeopardy," yesterday. he's already getting a little famous. in fact, today, he was offered a million dollars to pose nude for "popular mechanics." [ laughter ] oh, man. that's right. watson the computer beat his human opponents on "jeopardy." the humans were like -- well, either way, i still love this game. and watson was like -- i still don't know what love is. [ laughter ] listen to this. arkansas congressmen steve womak has proposed getting rid of funding for president obama's teleprompter. oh, man. when obama finds out, he's going to be speechless. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ laughter ]
no more fist pumping. check this out, guys. a new study found that married couples who go on double dates with other couples are more likely to have better relationships. yeah. they say it inspires better communication on the ride home when you talk about how much you hated the other couple. [ laughter ] he thinks he's so cool. [ laughter ] he's not as cool as me. i drive like this, swerving all the time. car going like this. it's a windy road. >> audience member: look out! agh! >> jimmy: oh, my god. [ laughter ] i'll put on my record here. [ laughter ] you just -- [ laughter ] i'm much cooler than that. oh my gosh. look out. there's a tree. you're dead. [ laughter ] hey, guys, this is too bad. borders books has filed for bankruptcy. [ audience aws ] -- and will close all 200 of its super stores. yeah. when sarah palin heard that she
was like, finally, we're closing the border. [ laughter ] i've been fighting, you betch'ya. i've been fighting for this. [ cheers and applause ] finally. get this, two women who are suing the broadway musical, "billy elliot," after they were hit by a prop during a show. the crazy part is, the prop came flying through the window from "spiderman: the musical" down the street. [ laughter ] they can't catch a break, those guys. [ scattered applause ] spiderman. [ light laughter ] and finally, this is crazy. a bentley set a world record by going 205 miles per hour on ice. yeah. the record was set by a 78 year old woman who kept honking and yelling, "help," out the window. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show. give it up for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hey.
[ cheers and applause ] most def hitting it with the roots, tonight. [ cheers and applause ] i love these guys. what are you doing? what are you doing here? just came to hang out? >> just passing. >> jimmy: you have you -- what does it say on there? >> says visitor. visitor, dante. >> jimmy: i mean, ridiculous. that's crazy. >> yup. >> jimmy: you stop by, and you're like, i'm going to sit in. >> well, yeah. they gave me a visitor's pass, so -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's what you get when you -- when you visit the show you guys immediately get to sit in and rap with the roots. it's really fun. >> that's why this is the best one. >> jimmy: i'm so happy you are here, my man. it's so good to see you. most def, everybody. there he is, right there. [ cheers and applause ] he's a good dude. talented guy.
you guys, we got such a great show tonight. from the new show "criminal minds: suspect behavior," forest whitaker is here. [ cheers and applause ] he's a good man. from the new film "big mama's: like father like son," a very funny guy, brandon t. jackson is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] she's a writer and actress and a huge internet star. felicia day is here. [ cheers and applause ] felicia day. [ applause ] and we've got some really fun music tonight from tyler, the creator and hodgy beats of your new favorite hip hop group -- on future, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] on future here tonight. hey guys, it's time -- it's time for late night hashtags. here we go. ♪ these are lists on twitter where we give you the topic, and you send in the tweets. now, i love action movies, and i
especially love those cheesy, little one liners that they always have -- like, "i'll be back." or, you know, for example -- the other day i was watching one where this dude explodes a bunch of c4 in this apartment building, and the bad guys fly out the window. and just he stares and goes, "that'll wake the neighbors." [ light laughter ] so stupid yet, so awesome. so, yesterday, i started a hashtag called "new action movie quotes." and i asked you guys at home to tweet out your new action movie one liners. you can make up your own story, whatever you want to do. so, we got thousands of tweets. in fact, at one point, it was a worldwide trending topic on twitter, which is huge. [ cheers and applause ] so, thank you for sending in the tweets. i love that. i love that you do that every week. so now, i thought i would share some of my favorite new action movie quotes tweets from you guys. here we go. our first tweet is from @gearg. she says, after smashing the bad guy's head into a computer he says -- he's got a new facebook status -- dead. [ laughter ] [ applause ] that's a good one. this is from @dj.
he says, guy beats another guy to a bloody pulp with a box of chex cereal and says, chex yourself before you wrecks yourself. [ laughter ] >> he beats him to death with a box of chex cereal. >> jimmy: yeah, that's right. he's a -- he's a cereal killer. [ laughter ] chex yourself. this one's from @richardolympas. he says, arnold rips a dude in half, throws the bottom inlf out a window then says, pelvis has left the building. [ laughter ] pel -- that would be -- pelvis has left the building. oh, my gosh. this one's from @bigdivine23. he says, after you stab the bad guy in the eye with a butter knife he laughs and says, butter luck next time. [ laughter ] butter luck next time. this one is from @smugdingus. [ laughter ]
smungdingus. >> how's your dingus? >> jimmy: smug. [ laughter ] he says, hero throws villain off roof of building and says, you know why i like that guy? he's down toarth. [ laughter ] this one's from @exiter93. he says, hero pushes the villain into a vat of boiling chocolate that says, tobler owned. [ laughter ] no groaning. i'm just kidding. you can groan. [ light laughter ] this one @markchillcoat. he says, after throwing acid in the bad guy's eyes and shooting him he says, no way he saw that coming. [ laughter ] this is the last one here. it's from @brlf. he says, avoiding a collision with a tostitos delivery truck your pursuer crashes into it head on. it's just nacho day. [ laughter ] they you go. [ cheers and applause ] hashtags. check out all these tweets and more. go to our favorites at latenightwithjimmyfallon.com
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey. welcome back, everybody! ladies and gentlemen, it's about to get stupid up in this beast. time for "dance your hat and gloves off." here we go. ♪ dance you hat and gloves off gonna dance them off ♪ >> jimmy: welcome to dance your hat and gloves off. [ light laughter ] release the mirror ball. smooth. [ light laughter ] this is a game where we put hats and gloves on people and make them dance until they fall off. higgins, who's on the dance floor tonight? >> steve: well jimmy, coming to the stage are ryan dimmur, whitney areins, and hector corasko. get down here and get ready to hat and dance your hat and/or gloves off. ♪
>> jimmy: all right. looks like we got a fine, fine dance crew tonight. what's your name? >> ryan. >> whitney. >> hector. >> whitney. >> hector. >> whitney. >> ryan. >> whitney. >> whitney. >> ryan. >> hector. >> ryan. >> ryan. >> hector. >> hector. >> whitney. >> hector. >> jimmy. >> ryan. >> jimmy. >> ah, i forgot. [ high hat ] >> jimmy: are you guys ready to do this? >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right, here we go. what about you, tone loc? >> [ tone loc recording ] let's do it. >> jimmy: all right. [ laughter ] let's bring out the hats and let's bring out the gloves. >> whoa! >> jimmy: ♪ here they are hot off runway of new york fashion week ♪ ♪ they'll warm your head they'll warm your hands they'll warm your soul yeah ♪ [ cheers and applause ] how are you? >> good. >> jimmy: here you guys go. here's your hat and gloves. put them on.
making sure they're on perfect over here. there you go. put them on, take your time. you okay, ryan? >> yeah, yeah. i know. i'm ready to shake the hat off. >> jimmy: what? >> ready to shake the hat off. >> jimmy: how about the gloves? [ light laughter ] >> yeah. i'll try too. >> jimmy: yeah, good. take your time. take your time. we have all night. [ light laughter ] take your time, ryan. >> all right. i'm good. i'm good. >> jimmy: all right, here we go. you guys look like "tron" at a rave. pretty good. [ laughter ] here are the rules. when i say, "dance," the roots will start playing a funky disco jam. you will have 15 seconds to fling off your hat and gloves. scoring is simple. one point for each glove you get off. two for the hat. whoever gets the most points wins the grand prize and oh, what a prize it is. higg-bone? >> steve: well, jimmy, tonight's winner will be taking home 300 one dollar bills. carefully stuffed inside this beautiful, heart-shaped candy box. some dude left it in the office. valentine's day has come and gone but that don't mean the fun's done, son. you love money? you love cash?
then bend over like rover and let russell stover take over. jimmy. >> jimmy: wow, that is nice. thank you higgins. higgins, did you do anything special for valentine's day? >> you know what? we did, actually. grandma came out of her coma. the whole family was around her. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: now, a couple of things before we start, you guys. at no time can you touch the hat or the gloves. nor can anything touch them. basically, you'll have to whip your arms and head around as crazy as you can until everything flies off, okay? also, please keep in mind that in an event of a tie, the audience will decide the winner, based on your dancing skills, so bring it. everyone ready? >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay, contestant number one, go over there and get ready. audience, lets cheer them on. ready? [ cheers and applause ] set. dance. ♪ >> jimmy: come on! ♪ ♪ [ buzzer ]
>> jimmy: man, come on over. come on over. [ audience aws ] come on over. that was close. that was close. it almost came off there. let's see what -- you had another 30 seconds. uh, let's do what we did there in slow motion. ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: ah, man good try. good try. higgins, how many points? whoa, four? oh. [ sad trombone ] he was confused. he was confused. next contestant, you're up. wait, hold on. you're smurfing your hat in there. yeah. all right, go for it pal. ah, ready? skipping over. ready, set, dance! ♪ ♪ ♪ seven seconds -- five, four, three, two, one. [ buzzer ]
come on over. hey, not too shabby. yeah. you almost kicked back but then you stopped. [ laughter ] let's see what you did in slow motion. ♪ ♪ yeah. nice. nice. fine, fine dance moves. outrageous. higgins, how many points? two points! ♪ two! [ cheers and applause ] you're in the lead with the deuce. last contestant, you're up. it's all up o you. you know what you got to do? >> all right. >> jimmy: you got to beat two. >> all right, lets go. >> jimmy: now get over to the -- where the mark is. oh, you already did that. never mind. hey audience, put your hands together. ready, set, dance! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪
[ buzzer ] [ cheers and applause ] hey. that was some nice moves there. you have some nice moves. can we see that in slow motion? that would be a treat. there you go, there. that's very nice. [ laughter ] that's very good. ♪ ♪ oh, pulled it off. [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ that's good. and it looks like -- it looked like he was trying to sneeze or something. you're like -- [ laughter ] higg-stones, how many points? >> higgins: it's a tie! >> jimmy: oh! ♪ [ scattered applause ] it's a tie, you guys. so that means the audience will decide the winner. ryan, you are a loser. [ laughter ] that means contestant two or three could be the winner here.
audience, you have to decide who brought it to the dance floor. was it contestant number two? [ cheers and applause ] or was it contestant number three? [ cheers and applause ] we have a winner! congratulations! ♪ here is your money heart. congratulations, my man. that was some smooth moves. [ cheers and applause ] guys, i'm sorry. close game. you did not win but please take home these "late night with jimmy fallon" beer cozie sweatshirts as a parting gift. there you go. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: very, very nice. here you go. one for you and one for you. how are you doing? >> better. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you to all you boys and girls and friends and fans out in tv land. from the hippie chicks to the hipster cliques to the groovy dudes and zoot suit crews. just grab a pal and far-out gal and head on down to boogie woogie town. 'cause that's the place where it all goes down. no need to call the lost and found when the hats and gloves start hittin' the ground. 'cause that's what it's all about, you dig? you don't flip your wig when you get the gig.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: nice to see you. thanks for coming back. i appreciate it. >> yeah, i'm glad to be here. >> jimmy: "criminal minds: suspect behavior." >> yeah. >> jimmy: spin off. >> spin off. >> jimmy: this is good. >> it is good. i mean, we been having a good time. i mean -- we're like a new unit. we're outside -- we're -- so we are outside quantaco. we were on our own. we got another going on. >> jimmy: yeah. that's cool. that's awesome. do you like doing your own thing now? i mean -- you've done movies and all this stuff. and you've done, you know, this is like a steady gig though. >> yeah, it's different. i mean, it's quick because i get to -- i get to be home. you know? >> jimmy: oh yeah. >> it's l.a. thing. >> jimmy: that's fun. >> it's just -- you know, i've been -- i've been -- i've been getting a rhythm. learning the rhythm of doing this. and just trying to do some good work. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i got some really great people working with me and janeane garofalo. >> jimmy: great. i love janeane. oh my god. [ applause ] we love her so much. she's the best. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so your office in the show -- your office is set in a dojo. >> right. >> jimmy: was that you who though of that? 'cause i know you -- you're into --
>> they found -- i mean, they found out that i -- that i studied martial arts. and so because we were working with the fbi and analyst, they thought that they would put us somewhere away from quantico. i just report directly to the head of the fbi. so, they set it up in dojo, so that you can see exactly, as soon as we walk in what kind of team you are. and so a lot of the guys, all the guys are fighting at different times and training and stuff before we go in to do the metal work. >> jimmy: you studied martial arts forever? >> well, not forever. since i was a little kid. i started when i was little. >> jimmy: oh yeah. >> i started -- i used to go over to a place called inosanto academy with danny inosanto. which is out in torrance. so, yeah. >> jimmy: what kind -- is that like a type -- what type of karate is that? >> you know, it is kung fu more. it is a combat arts they taught in the philippines. and danny used to be like the student -- or the number one instructor of bruce lee. and that's where he started his -- >> jimmy: oh really? >> and then he went there and i got to study with him for a long time. and then later, studied with different people. >> jimmy: and do you get
different colored belts? >> no, not -- not at insoanto. >> jimmy: no. you don't do that. >> no. they did that -- i did that in kimpo. >> jimmy: yeah, i got different kinds. did karate for awhile just for the different colored belts. >> which belt -- which belt do you like best? >> jimmy: ah, at one point i got a yellow belt, brown tip. >> oh. colorful. >> jimmy: but that was -- yeah, watch it. that was kind of a jip when you got -- 'cause they would just put kind of tape on the end of your belt. you paid for it. >> they gave you like a little more prestige. >> jimmy: yeah. but yeah, it's not like i would wear it to school or anything like that. or maybe just have it fall out of bookbag. you know, from my putting -- "oh, sorry my karate belt." yeah. i didn't really do it much for self defense. i mean, i think -- i got in one fist fight when i was in grade school. my karate teacher came to the fight. >> oh. >> jimmy: he pulled up. he had a camero and he just kind of stood outside and leaned up against his camero and watched me fight. >> oh really? >> jimmy: yeah. >> did you -- did -- >> jimmy: with his shirt off. no i'm just kidding.
i got my ass kicked. i think he was like, "oh man, i got to train him harder." the kid just sat on me and punched me. >> my instructor like actually works in the shows. so he's been working with other guys and stuff. >> jimmy: oh really? >> you know as we've been doing a lot of different things, you know? >> jimmy: how are the kids? how's your family? >> my family is great. >> jimmy: yeah. do they do karate? >> no. >> jimmy: no? >> not at all. >> jimmy: they didn't take it from dad at all? >> you know, my son did it for a little while but he just kind of left that. he's like studying. still in school. >> jimmy: oh really? >> my daughter, she's like a music composer. you know -- >> jimmy: what music are your kids into? >> you know, she's has -- i think right now they're into birnam? >> jimmy: birnam? >> yeah. this group. young group. >> jimmy: no. oh really? like the jonas brother? >> yeah, like the jonas brothers. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. like them. >> 'cause that was the first thing. they were into the jonas brothers. went to their concerts and stuff like that. >> jimmy: you used to jonas brothers concert? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's awesome. i'd love to see you at a jonas brother -- >> --i'm taking my kid. >> jimmy: i'd love to see you at a bieber concert just going -- >> "never say never." [ laughter ] i've gone to a bieber concert. >> jimmy: have you been to the bieber? >> yeah, yeah. with sean kingston. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and actually willow went out and danced.
it was at the staple center in l.a. >> jimmy: oh really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: willow smith? >> yeah. >> jimmy: "whip my hair." >> "whip your hair." >> jimmy: yeah, i love that -- i saw -- you know he's -- justin bieber has his own moves on the grammys. he's like choreographed moves and -- it's kind of very like -- kind of almost boy band because he's so little and he's like doing his moves and then jaden smith came out of the stage. >> oh good. >> jimmy: and that kid can actually dance. he was just -- like he was just doing his own thing. and i was like, "whoa." if i was bieber i'd say, "hey, don't dance." [ laughter ] he's kind of showing him up a little bit. >> i think -- they all had like the different taste. my oldest girl, she's into rock. my son's is -- he's into hip hop. and he's got like a few artist actually he plays around with and works with. >> jimmy: that's fun. stay young. >> everybody's got there own thing. >> jimmy: birman. i got to get into birman now. are they young kids? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh maybe i won't get into birman. i don't know. >> --15. >> jimmy: oh okay. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you're doing a lot of stuff. "brick city," it won a bunch of awards. it also -- didn't it win -- >> it won a peabody. >> jimmy: peabody. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's super cool.
it's like a really cool show. >> i mean, it's about rebuilding new jersey. >> jimmy: yeah. >> newark, new jersey. you know, we follow corey booker. >> jimmy: yeah. >> we follow him and see how he is trying to reconstruct the city. >> jimmy: do you just produce that or you direct it? what do -- >> executive producer. >> jimmy: executive producer. that's fun. >> put together. it's mark and mark -- mark benjamin and mark lebon like directed it and stuff. i think it's really important 'cause when you watch it, you really get to see what it's like to make a city run and understand, you know, how it's difficult to make certain things happen. >> jimmy: not easy. yeah, absolutely. we're such a fan of yours. thank you so much for coming on the show. come back whenever you want. >> all right. >> jimmy: forest whitaker, you guys. "criminal minds: suspect behavior" airs wednesdays ten pm cbs. brandon t. jackson's up next. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ my contacts are so annoying. they're itchy, dry and uncomfortable. i just want to rip 'em out, throw 'em away and never see them again. [ male announcer ] know the feeling? get the contacts you've got to see to believe. acuvue® oasys brand contact lenses.
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jimmy: our next guest has made a name of himself with scene stealing turns in movies like "tropic thunder." and also on the stand up comedy circuit. this friday you can see him starring opposite martin lawrence in "big momma's: like father like son." put it together for brandon t. jackson. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. >> how you doing? >> jimmy: all right. everything good? >> yes. >> jimmy: thanks for coming on the show. >> my mic is falling off. okay, there we go. >> jimmy: we're all good. thanks for coming. it's your first time on. >> uh, yeah. >> jimmy: i appreciate it. first of many hopefully. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, you have a really cool story of how -- how it all went down. you came from, what you say, is kind of like a bit of a huxtable upbringing. >> yeah. huxtable i'm a little bit of a huxtable. i'm not like most -- 'cause comedians kind of come on, "i'm from the hood dog." but no, i'm -- i'm not -- my dad is a preacher and he moved me from the hood to the suburbs when i was a kid. >> jimmy: oh really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: he's a preacher? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: what it's like growing up with a dad begin a preacher? >> well, he's not the typical like preacher. he's like -- you know, he's kind of calm. he's not that -- "amen" -- he's not that. >> jimmy: no, no. >> it's kind of -- >> jimmy: chill out, yeah. but then a pretty cool story. you tell you're dad, "i'm going to spring break." this is after high school? >> yeah, yeah. i lied to him. >> jimmy: yeah. you ended up going to l.a. and you waited in line. did you go to the laugh factory,
is that right? >> yeah, i did three minutes at laugh factory. i got discovered by caa. which at the time, i thought was caa agency. [ light laughter ] and caa -- yeah. >> jimmy: it's like creative artist -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> and -- >> jimmy: caa. they have the worst name for a business, yeah. wait, so an agent was just in the audience? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you just did three -- have you ever done stand up before? >> well, yeah i've been doing it since i was 15. i was the class clown. >> jimmy: oh really? >> i graduated with 1.9. i don't -- [ laughter ] i don't suggest that you do that. >> jimmy: no. no, it doesn't help you at all. then you just went up there -- what a break. >> yeah, it was a blessing man. >> jimmy: it's crazy. >> blessing. >> jimmy: so an agent just said, "i signed you and then" -- >> and then i had my dad happy i'm not in his house anymore. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no. but then you went home and the agent's where calling your dad. and you're like, "i think i gotta move. i gotta" -- >> yup. "i gotta career." he's like, "good, get out of my house." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's very nice of him. yeah. and then you went and did "tropic thunder." you're hilarious in "tropic thunder." >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: you had that great line. [ cheers and applause ] very funny. very funny line with robert downy jr. where -- yeah.
and that was improv? >> the, "what do you mean, you people?" >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> well robert thought he was really black and he wasn't. and i'm like, "dude, you're not black." and then i got mad and then -- then he came out on screen and then i said the line 'cause -- "what do you mean, you people?" because he was like, "what do you mean, you people?" and i was like, "what do you mean, you people?" and then he was -- we was going back and forth. >> jimmy: it really killed. that's really funny. funny. but now you're starting opposite martin lawrence. >> yeah, blessing. >> jimmy: i love -- i love martin lawrence. was that fun? >> it was fun. i thought he was going to be real like, when i first met him, i thought it was gonna be really like, "what's up?" you know? >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] good job. that's a good martin. but it was not like that? >> no, he was actually very professional and very like -- on time. >> jimmy: like, "hi, it's nice to meet you. i'm martin lawrence." [ as martin lawrence ] >> "hello. i'm martin lawrence. nice to meet you."
[ as martin lawrence ] >> jimmy: i've been doing a character for seven years. and this is my actual voice." he looks like a fun dude to hang out with. >> yeah, he is amazing to hang out with. he's just so cool and professional. and one day i was like up on this -- and i was kind of running around with a costume on because you're supposed to chill out because you want to save the prosthetics. and he was just like, "brandon, you got sit down." [ laughter ] --show, all right? [ laughter ] i was like, "cool." >> jimmy: how is the prosthetics? does it take like hours and hours? do you go nuts? >> yeah, it took like four hours to do. and it was -- it was -- it taught me mow to be a discipline artist. and it was just -- it was something that was blessing. because after -- you know, looking at "tootsie" and also "mrs. doubtfire" with robin williams -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> -- to be able to be in prosthetics, you know? eddie murphy, to be able to, you know, follow a line of comedians to do that is definitely -- definitely a blessing. >> jimmy: and what is -- what is the plot behind this one, "big momma?" >> i want to -- my character wants to be a rapper like every teenager in the word these days. but somebody's not going to make it, that's what i'm saying.
[ laughter ] $40,000 -- >> jimmy: i think -- i think it's easy. most -- you just -- >> no. >> jimmy: it's not easy. no. it's not easy, no. it's very hard. >> it's fun though. >> jimmy: okay, it is fun. see everyone is watching. it is fun. >> yeah, if it was like easy -- it's not easy. >> jimmy: no. >> i mean, it's music game these days. you know, people are asking me like, "am i gonna rap for real?' i'm like, "no." i don't want drake calling me up, "what are you doing?" i'm like -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no. so then -- so then -- so then what happens is what? what happens now? so instead of rapping, marin is like, "no, you gotta get dressed up." >> "gotta get dressed up. that's a girl, right?" she was -- he was very -- my character wants to be a rapper. he witnesses a murder but then he has to go on the cover as a girl in a all girl art school as charmane daisy pierce, which is the new big momma. >> jimmy: of course he does. of course he has to undercover in a all girls school. [ laughter ] that's just great. i love -- all big momma's are
hilarious. >> yes. >> jimmy: and so it's you and martin's back in the game too. he's dressed as big momma too. >> yeah, it's like -- >> jimmy: you both -- it's like bossum buddies kind of. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so good. we have a clip of the movie. here is a clip from "big momma: like father like son." [ screaming ] >> and up. >> i can't. >> oh. oh. oh. >> are you okay? >> proof for the -- >> oh. >> -- head up. >> slow down. >> watch out. [ screaming ] >> nun, nobody called it "the nutcracker." [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: "big momma's" opens this friday. brandon t. jackson right here. felisha joins us next.
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our pal, felicia day, everybody. ♪ >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you smell very nice, too. >> oh, did you smell my head? >> jimmy: yeah. what's going on? >> wow. a long story. i had a -- a calamity in my hotel room. i had static on my head. and then, like any good internet person, i googled how to get rid of head static. and evidently you -- you rub a drying sheet on your head? so -- >> jimmy: wait, wait. what? you rub -- like, a dryer sheet? >> a dryer sheet. on your head. >> jimmy: like bounce? >> yes. theoretically, i'm not endorsing a product. >> jimmy: yeah. but, any drier sheet? >> any dryer sheet. >> jimmy: i don't think that's true. >> no, it's -- google. the internet says it, and then i printed it. >> jimmy: the internet says it. the internet says so. it must be true. >> so but i -- i tweeted it and then, like, thousands of people are like, duh. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: has anyone else ever heard that? [ scattered applause ]
oh, never mind. >> thank you. >> jimmy: wow, wow. that's wild. >> even the band says that. >> jimmy: the internet's right. yeah. [ light laughter ] you do not rub dryer sheets on your head. [ laughter ] >> i do it everyday. >> jimmy: i don't believe you guys. >> the man has good hair. >> jimmy: i don't believe them. season four of "the guild" on dvd next week. >> yeah. >> jimmy: is this -- is this true? 100 -- over 100 million viewers online? >> yeah. we've -- we've been going for three years now. so, yeah. i mean, it's -- it's -- >> jimmy: wild, right? >> it's -- it's amazing. >> jimmy: congratulations. >> i mean, we literally uploaded the first video, shot in our -- shot in our houses and on our own time. and like -- like, it keeps -- it keeps going. we just got picked up for season five by microsoft. >> jimmy: that's so awesome. congratulations. >> yeah, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it tells a good story. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and now, you got this new thing, it's "dragon age redemption." >> yes. >> jimmy: now this is -- everyone's talking about this. it was, like, number one story on buzz feed. everyone's talking about this today. this is big. >> i was in an elf -- i mean, i had the elf ears on. >> jimmy: yes. you have -- you have --
elf -- crazy elf ears >> they're crazy. >> jimmy: no, they're not crazy. >> okay. >> jimmy: they're sane. >> thank you. >> jimmy: sane elf ears. but, they are big elf ears. >> i mean, they're -- >> jimmy: that's what i meant by crazy. >> they're larger than your average size. but the match -- >> jimmy: trenta. >> they're not trenta. >> jimmy: they're trenta size. that's the new size at starbucks. trenta. [ light laughter ] >> no, i know. >> jimmy: giant -- giant coffee. >> i -- i trained -- i trained with daggers. so, you might want to be careful. >> jimmy: do you really? >> i did. i trained with daggers -- with daggers. >> jimmy: that's wild. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so, now you just walk around with daggers? walking around town and stuff. >> i mean, i might have one in my purse. >> jimmy: i'm ridiculous. wait. so wait. so, what is this now? >> yeah. so "dragon age" is out. it was one of my favorite games. so when they approached me to do a web series based on it, i was like -- i was like, totally fan geeking out. i mean, it's kind of like "lord of the rings." for a single player. a role playing game. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and -- so, they approached me and said, do you want to create our web series in this world? and i was like, can i be an elf? >> jimmy: like, can i be an elf? like, yeah. >> kind of my reward. >> jimmy: yeah. absolutely. wait. so now -- so then, you shot the whole thing? where'd you shoot it? >> we shot in la. in january.
so we shot -- you know in the woods. lots of woods. and then, we also built stages. we built, like, a inn. i mean, it's -- it's pretty cool. >> jimmy: how fun is that? it's, like, you are living in a role playing game? >> oh, my gosh it's awesome. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i love that you are geeking out about it. i love it. it's so fun. >> no, it's a dream come true. and i -- i did fight training for two and a half months with daggers. so, like -- i mean, like -- look, i was in gamer shape before this. and look, now i got guns. >> jimmy: look at this. now, you got guns, now. this is really good. [ cheers and applause ] >> is that -- is that creepy? >> jimmy: i remember i once had to ask my agent if i could --if i could make a "legend of zelda" movie. and i could be link, and he hung up the phone on me. [ light laughter ] he was, like, all right. this is ridiculous. >> you do so good at that. >> jimmy: i know. but, now i'm just too old. i can't do it now. >> i mean -- no, with cgi -- yeah. >> jimmy: i would have been the worst. that would have been the worst idea ever. you know how many people would hate me if i was link? this is the lamest thing you ever did. >> no. >> jimmy: maybe -- maybe i could do, like, a hubert or something. i don't know what else i could -- make a video game based movie. i would be awful in it. but this one -- this one is -- everyone's talking about it. looks good. and, we have a special treat, because we're going to debut the trailer of -- of "dragon age." this is going to be -- this is really cool.
>> yes. [ applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for doing this. >> no. thank you for having me on. >> jimmy: should we set it up? do we say anything? when is it coming out? >> it going to come out later this summer. so this -- we just finished filming. so we just wanted to give everybody a flavor of -- of what it looks like. >> jimmy: very good. you guys, felicia day. here is "dragon age redemption." ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] yeah. that's what i'm talking about. the elf -- the elf ears and then throwing the dagger? >> right? >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. you guys, "dragon age redemption" premieres online this summer. "dragon age 2" is out march 8th. fleicia day, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] tyler, the creator and hodgy beats from odd future perform next. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i love america,
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