tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC February 18, 2011 3:05am-4:00am PST
www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody! welcome. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," you guys. hey, today was the start of new york fashion week. [ scattered applause ] in fact, i was just talking to congressman chris lee and he told me, "shirts are totally out this season." [ laughter ] no one is wearing them. did you hear about this congressman? he was emailing shirtless photos of himself flexing. [ laughter ] then took a picture. married congressman, chris lee, was looking for dates on craigslist and describing himself as divorced. but, in fairness, he's about to be. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: this is pretty big, you guys, the video game "guitar hero" is being discontinued. [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: that's okay. it just means i'll have more time to play my new favorite video game "grand theft lohan." [ laughter and ohs ] it's so fun, i can't stop
playing it. speaking of lindsay lohan, there is talk that lindsay's short, tight dress was inappropriate for her court appearance yesterday. but in her defense, i'm pretty sure by now lindsay knows what's appropriate for court more than we do. so, i mean -- [ laughter ] so, who are we? >> steve: yeah. get this -- [ light laughter ] -- a new article in the "new york times" says that cars will no longer come equipped with cassette players. that's insane. i mean, it's 2011. people still read newspapers? [ laughter ] did you guys hear about this? the town of ft. wayne, indiana doesn't want to name a government building after former mayor harry baals. [ laughter and applause ] [cheers and applause ]
because it could be the target of late night television jokes. [ audience ohs ] that is ridiculous. we would never say anything about the harry baals building. [ laughter ] >> steve: never. >> jimmy: right, higgins? >> steve: no. what would we say? that they we didn't want the negative pube-licity? [ laughter ] we would not say that! >> jimmy: thank you. we would never say that. >> steve: no what else we would never say? >> jimmy: what? >> steve: that i once knew a fella who worked there, but he got sacked. [ laughter and ohs ] because -- >> jimmy: why did he get sacked? >> steve: because he was a nut. [ laughter ] i wouldn't say that. we wouldn't do that. >> jimmy: thank you higgins, we would never say that. >> steve: we're classier than that. >> jimmy: we would never stoop that low. we are very upper crest, a classy show. >> steve: class. >> jimmy: class all the way. >> steve: we have a butt load of class, this show. >> jimmy: thank you. [ laughter ] this show has a butt load of class. >> steve: i've often said that. >> jimmy: yep. >> steve: butt load. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: hey, this is a goody, you guys. a high school student in illinois was arrested for bringing pot brownies to school.
here's the worst part. he didn't even bring enough for everyone. [ laughter ] >> audience member: not cool! that's why he got arrested. >> jimmy: that's why he got arrested. exactly. [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] >> jimmy: some business news, deutsche bank ceo josef ackermann is facing criticism for saying that women will make the board room prettier. man, what a deutsche-bag. [ laughter ] finally, i read about a 90-year-old woman in the u.k. who is believed to be the oldest yoga instructor in the world. she's really flexible. in fact, i heard that she can reach all the way down and touch her boobs. [ laughter and ohs ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show tonight! give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have got a fantastic show tonight. thanks, guys.
from the new film "just go with it," the beautiful, the talented, the one and only jennifer aniston is here on our show! [ cheers and applause ] wow, we love her. she is just awesome. great in the movie, too. this next guy has been all over the news after taking over for larry king on cnn. piers morgan is joining us! [ cheers and applause ] i love that dude, too. also does "america's got talent," everything. he's a good man. and i'm so excited about this. we've got the winner of last night's "top chef all-stars" challenge that i got to judge. i was an awful judge, but i know when food is good and this was good. chef carla hall is here. [ cheers and applause ] carla. love carla hall. she's going to make the amazing chicken pot pie that she made last night. she's going to do it again. but, first, you guys, this modern world that we live in is a hectic place, and that's why here at "late night" we like to celebrate those things in life that stand the test of time. the things that last. the things that are permanent. and what's the most permanent thing of all?
it's the permanent a.k.a. the perm. that's right, everyone. it's "late night" perm week! here it is! ♪ >> jimmy: that's right. [ light laughter ] "late night" perm week, an entire week where we celebrate the most righteous hairdo of all time by picking -- [ laughter ] >> steve: is that a bloater brothers wig? >> jimmy: what are you talking about? you look like a chia head. [ laughter ] we celebrate the most righteous hairdo of all time by picking one human being per day from our studio audience and perming their hair, thus changing their life forever. today's lucky perm recipient is ian macpherson.
ian is 28 years old, he just moved to new york city, he's a guitarist in the band wildstreet, which just released a new album last week you guys. pick up the new wildstreet. he's had quite an exiting hair day today. here, take a look. >> my name is ian. this is my band wildstreet and my sister. i'm going to get a perm today. ♪ i've had some crazy hair in my life, but i'm going to say this is gonna be the craziest. i'm excited, i mean, little richard had a perm, james brown had a perm. like, all the old school rock and roll people had a perm and i'm bringing it back. do i think people will take me more seriously when i have a perm? >> i think not. >> definitely not. >> i just hope it's a lot higher. this is what i hope, i want to see some more height. >> i never would have had a perm in a million years. i'm not getting rid of it. you don't get rid of free perm from jimmy fallon. [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now, ian has been sequestered since he got permed,
so he hasn't even seen himself yet and his friends and family haven't seen him either. we've got his friends and family right here for moral support. say hello, you guys. >> hey. >> hi. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. it's like a haze over here, from the band. ian's sister is here as well. is there a history of perming in the family? >> um, my mom got perms in the '70s and my brother's hair has never been permed. >> jimmy: no. you never got a perm, did you? >> no. >> jimmy: no, no. you would never? >> um, no. >> jimmy: well after -- maybe after you see your brother you might want to get one. and we have his band mates here as well. welcome guys. what are you thinking about this perm? >> i'm hoping that he comes out looking like ac slater. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. a little mario lopez. >> i can't wait. >> jimmy: you can't wait. no, no. >> no. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: you don't need the blind fold, i don't think. [ laughter ] i think you'll be fine. hey, you guys, don't remove the blindfolds yet until i tell you, please. is everyone ready for the new ian? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. here he is before. and here he is now. ian, come on out. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> i just stay there like that? >> jimmy: ian, you look fantastic, my man. >> thank you, so do you. so do you. >> jimmy: you really look good. very rock and roll. friends and family are you ready to see ian? >> yes!
>> jimmy: all right, take off the blindfolds. ♪ >> you guys related? >> jimmy: it's pretty crazy, right? >> brother from another mother. >> jimmy: and now, what do you think, guys? >> i dig it. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh, he loves it. [ laughter ] >> i think it looks awesome. >> jimmy: you think it looks great? >> i think it looks [ bleep ] -- [ audience ohs ] i think it looks great. >> jimmy: he said "funky," you guys. he thinks it looks funky. >> jimmy: that's what you're gonna get. why would i ask him to say anything? [ laughter ] i knew that was going to happen. no, you didn't do anything wrong. it was all me. but now for the most important reveal of all. ian, are you ready to see yourself? >> i'm ready jimmy fallon. >> jimmy: now, you have not seen your hair? >> not once. >> jimmy: get ready my man. turn around. [ drum roll ] and take a look. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what are you thinking right now? >> it is amazing.
fantastic. >> jimmy: are you thinking your career's over? i mean, what are you thinking? >> i'm thinking it just started. >> jimmy: yeah! [ cheers ] that's what i'm talking about. it's pretty good, my man. >> i can't even see the pick anymore, where'd it go? >> jimmy: yeah, the pick is in there somewhere. you can hide things in there. everything. it's fantastic. what do you guys think in the audience? you like his perm? [ cheers and applause ] it looks great, my man. friends, come on over -- talk to him, please. >> can i touch it? >> jimmy: you have to touch the perm. please, everyone wants to touch it. there you go right there. i love it. very, very good. ian, since we know you're a guitarist in a rock band -- what is the name of your band again? >> wildstreet. >> jimmy: wildstreet, very good. now, i was wondering, do you want to christen that perm by playing us out to commercial with the roots? >> i would love to. >> jimmy: get the guitar over there, my friend. and stand next to captain kirk. [ cheers ] >> thank you guys so much. >> jimmy: our thanks to the louis licari salon for this fantastic perm. [ cheers and applause ] louis licari. we've got one more day of perms left. happy perm week, everybody. ♪ we'll be right back with more "late night!" ♪
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it's called "never say never," and it's the story of how he got famous. it's a great movie, but one thing it doesn't showcase is justin's serious side. which is too bad, because i happen to know that the biebs likes to reflect really deeply on a lot of things. here, take a look. ♪ reflections reflections reflections look at my reflection ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> yo, what's up? i'm justin bieber and i'm going to reflect for a minute if that's cool with you. [ light laughter ] ♪ >> my life has been pretty crazy lately. i've been so blessed. i've got two grammy nominations. that was dope. and now my movie is coming out february 11th. yo, that's like dope on a rope. so right now i just want to sit here, like, reflect on it for awhile. ♪
♪ >> yeah, man. my movie is called "never say never." and it's all about my life and how like anything we can imagine can totally like be possible or whatever. like getting a record deal when you're 14. that's defiantly possible. or like making out selena gomez. take it from me, yo, that's totally possible. or like human cloning. [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ [ phone ringing ] >> like, everyone assumes that, like, scientists are, like, years away from making viable human clones. like, everyone is all like, "oh, the genetics are too complicated to pass the embryonic stage. mathematically, there's like a 0% chance of a clone actually surviving to adulthood, blah, blah, blah." but yo, for all the doubters out there, i got three words for you. dolly the sheep. [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> seriously, that sheep lived for like six years. do you know how old that is in sheep years? that's like freaking regis philbin or something. so are we really supposed to believe that with all the freaking massive advances in reproductive science since the 90's, scientists still haven't cloned a human that can survive to adulthood? yo, that is whack. what? word. the bird. [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah man, it's like i totally get that there's like all these like socio-political roadblocks to cloning. i totally get all the crazy whack implications for the ethics of human reproduction, blah, blah, blah. whatever, whatever. but when you read all the biotech journals and you talk to all the researchers it's like, "who are wekiddin', yo? this is the wave of the future." asexual reproduction, yo. cloning without boning. [ light laughter ] [ scattered applause ]
♪ ♪ >> anyway, i'm not saying it's not a moral gray area, but like all i'm saying wouldn't it be dope if i had a clone? then people could all be like, "yo, there goes the j-man with his clone, yo. those dudes are legit." do you even understand how many grammys i would win if i had a freaking clone? double biebs, yo. you all better recognize. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> anyway, i'm just a regular kid and those are my reflections. see you guys later. [ scattered applause ] [ light laughter ]
♪ look at my reflection [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: some real food for thought there. my thanks to justin bieber for helping us out! "never say never" opens february 11th. go see it. and stick around, everybody. we'll be right back with jennifer aniston. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ man ] on your mark...
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a lovely and talented actress and a giant movie star. look at her on these -- covers of these magazines. just beautiful, right? gosh. she's stunning. starting friday, you can see her opposite adam sandler in the new comedy "just go with it." take a look at this clip. >> i am so sorry. >> please, honey. it is fine. i'm just happy to hear that his sing-a-ding and still
ring-a-ding. he's got a serious small issue with e.d. >> what's e.d.? >> uh, oh gosh. i forgot. you're 15. erectile dysfunction, my darling. and it's -- the thing about it is, if you're trying to throw darts and you just -- all you really got and you're shooting with like overcooked spaghetti. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: ladies and gentlemen, please welcome jennifer aniston. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> hi. >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. you look gorgeous as always. >> you are so darn cute! i can't take it. >> jimmy: oh, stop it. >> that was great. [ audience member yells ] love you too. >> jimmy: hey, jennifer aniston.
>> yes, jimmy fallon. >> jimmy: this show is airing right now. it's after midnight. >> oh my god. >> jimmy: which means it's february 11th. >> uh oh. >> jimmy: which means -- >> audience: happy birthday! >> jimmy: --it's your birthday. ♪ happy birthday to you happy birthday to you >> oh my gosh. ♪ ♪ happy birthday to you [cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: make a wish. >> make a wish? my first wish of my birthday, thanks man. >> jimmy: come on. >> okay. all right. [ drum roll ] >> jimmy: yeah. very, very good. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, i'm gonna eat that whole thing right after this show. >> jimmy: it's just for you. absolutely. >> thank you. >> jimmy: happy, happy birthday. that's awesome. >> thank you, honey. >> jimmy: you're back in new york for a little bit. you just came from super bowl, right? you were out there? >> yes, i did. >> jimmy: well, i guess it was sunday. yeah. >> sunday. that was so much fun. >> jimmy: are you a football girl? do you like -- >> i'm not -- do i look like a football girl? no.
i don't know what that would look like. >> jimmy: i don't know either, yeah. >> but i wasn't -- i'm not a regular football girl but -- >> jimmy: have you been to a lot of games? >> no, this was my first game. and it was a pretty fun game to kind of -- >> jimmy: first football game -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: --is the superbowl. >> super bowl in dallas texas at that insane stadium. >> jimmy: gorgeous right? >> beautiful. >> jimmy: yeah. i think it's just came out. that stadium is brand new. >> 18 months ago or something. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and yeah, it was a pretty great game. and adam actually told me -- weird great piece of advice. oh, did you get x-o's? i forget you have a little computer in there. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> check your emails. >> jimmy: i'm not checking my email. [ light laughter ] i'm listening to you. >> i know you are. >> jimmy: so you talked to sandler. >> so i talked to sandler, he said to me -- he gave me the greatest piece of advice, which was to bet on a team. >> jimmy: to bet on the game. >> to bet on the game. >> jimmy: he wants you to gamble, yeah. >> 'cause your invested. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's so true. you just -- you go insane. and it was sandler with the steelers and i was the packers. [ cheers and applause ] so who made the right decision? >> jimmy: now why did you choose packers? >> 'cause i like them. [ light laughter ]
>> jimmy: yeah, like the colors. >> the colors. they're cute. >> jimmy: they're cute. >> because -- in my opinion i felt like they were the underdogs. although i don't understand the whole underdog thing because apparently the steelers were the underdog. but i felt like they've been in the super bowl a couple -- i love the whole story about the quarterback. left and then retired, you know? what's that guy's name? >> jimmy: brett favre. >> thank you. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> and -- i just love -- and then -- and then -- aaron rodgers, right? >> jimmy: that's good, yeah. >> thank you. who was the backup quarterback came in and brought them to the super bowl. i mean -- that sounds like -- he became like -- it's a victory story. i like those kind of -- >> jimmy: i love that. >> --those kind of stories. >> jimmy: i love that you really enjoyed it. see, you're so fun. you're always so fun! [cheers and applause ] >> that was fun. >> jimmy: "just go with it." i gotta say -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: god, i love that movie. >> you did? >> jimmy: you were so funny. it's so good. >> thank you. >> jimmy: there's all sorts of cameos that you don't know about. >> i know. >> jimmy: i don't even want to ruin it. >> don't -- >> jimmy: okay. >> --ruin one. >> jimmy: the cameo. >> ruin one cameo. >> jimmy: i can ruin one? >> don't talk about yours. >> jimmy: no, i'm not in it. no, no. i'm not in it.
she's kidding. but i'll say nicole kidman. >> yeah. >> jimmy: can i say that? >> yeah, of course you can. >> jimmy: i meanyou guys have great scenes. >> she's so much fun. >> jimmy: you're so awesome in this movie. >> it is so much fun. >> jimmy: you're hilarious. >> thank you, sweetie. >> jimmy: and you just look great. and you and sandler have great chemistry. >> he's insane, isn't he? >> jimmy: he's the funniest dude ever. >> isn't he the best? >> jimmy: he's the best. and you have to -- how's it like to pretend to begin married to adam sandler? >> it's so easy. >> jimmy: it is? it is? >> no, i mean it's easy 'cause -- no, it's easy -- it's easier actually to pretend working for him. >> jimmy: really? 'cause it's just too much fun. >> 'cause it was actually working for him. and yeah, that was just -- >> jimmy: the premise of the movie is -- >> "just go with it." >> jimmy: yes. >> it's about a lie. we have a guy who basically gets heart broken before he goes to the alter. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and he has his wedding band and he's at a bar, and he finds this beautiful woman is, you know -- she feels horrible for him, and he takes her home and then he just sort of sticks with this sort of wedding band thing. >> jimmy: that's how he hits on
girls. >> that's how he hits on girls. >> and then he meets someone that he actually really cares about. brooklyn decker. the gorgeous brooklyn decker who then -- he falls for her but he happens -- i'm gonna try to do this really fast. >> jimmy: no, this is good. >> this is a toughy. >> jimmy: your much better then me explaining it because it's what you -- it's very funny. and everything just -- lie upon lie. >> lie upon lie upon lie. >> jimmy: nick swardson. >> oh. i saw him last night on your show. he was so great. how hysterical. try to get through any scene with him. that was impossible. >> jimmy: i mean, he's one of the funniest guys. but he had these coke bottle glasses. >> i know. >> jimmy: he's pretending that he's -- >> dolph lundgren. >> jimmy: --your character's boyfriend. >> boyfriend. >> jimmy: his name is dolph lundgren. >> yes. >> jimmy: which is ridiculous. and i just love that he goes right out there. he's got crazy coke bottle glasses. >> yeah, he does. >> jimmy: goes right in for the kiss. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and then you just grabbed his tongue. >> yeah. >> jimmy: he's got a big tongue. >> he did. i somehow grabbed it. it was slippery. >> jimmy: it was weird. >> it was hard to actually get a good -- you'd have to like let it hang out for awhile to dry -- >> jimmy: dry it out a little bit? [ laughter ] you don't have professional tongue dryers out there? >> --grab on. you know what i mean? >> jimmy: you brought a fun
blooper. >> i did. >> jimmy: which i'm very excited to see because i love bloopers. >> i do too. >> jimmy: i love them. >> this movie is loaded with them. >> jimmy: yeah. which one is this one? >> which one do you -- i don't know. >> jimmy: is this the boom shaker? >> oh, boom shaker. ah. you're nipples. >> jimmy: nipple. [ laughter ] oh yeah. what is this nipple blooper? >> adam plays a plastic surgeon and i'm his assistant and so, now this is the part where i have been dragged into the lie to the point of playing his pretend wife that he is getting a divorce from, but now he wants my kids to get involved. so now, we're having an argument over this. what he wants me to do and we're trying to get through it while putting numbing cream on this woman who has a terrible boob job. numbing cream. >> jimmy: yeah. >> take a look. >> jimmy: so here's you putting numbing cream on --yeah. here's with adam sandler, jennifer aniston. >> i've seen this smile on your boy's face. it was like, when i say that we can do it at j.d. mcfunigans, the kid literally was like -- [ laughter ] when i told him we could do it at j.d. mcfunigans, i'm not
[ bleep ] kidding you, the kid looked like he won the heisman. [ light laughter ] >> one more time. i want to get one -- i want to get -- >> we can't blink it. >> i want to get one center free. >> hey man, that's my style. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love you. that's so neat. i can't ever hold a straight face. >> i love it when you break. >> jimmy: no, it's the worst. i hate doing it. i can't -- i can't -- >> that's my favorite thing, is break -- breaking. >> jimmy: i had to judge "top chef" last night and -- >> how did you -- how was that? >> jimmy: i couldn't keep a straight face. like they have this crane and camera. >> why? is food funny? >> jimmy: well, i just can't be serious. they want you to be serious. >> oh, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: so like we're the judge. so it's like -- [ light laughter ] this person just cooked food for me. i'm happy. i'm a happy guy. [ light laughter ] >> you probably felt bad about telling -- >> jimmy: i felt so bad about crushing someone's dreams. >> oh. >> jimmy: it was just awful. so i'm currently in therapy. but it was fun. >> there's a great skit that you did on "snl" with rachel dratch,
who is also in this movie. where she kept breaking -- debbie downer. >> jimmy: oh debbie downer. oh yeah, yeah. >> it made me want to -- >> jimmy: oh yeah. i started laughing -- it was ridiculous. [ cheers and applause ] >> i've never laughed harder. >> jimmy: oh my god. it was so ridiculous. you always have fun every time you're here. last time you were here we went bowling. >> i had so much fun. oh, we bowled. i didn't do well, though. >> jimmy: no. but it was fun for me. >> yeah, you won. >> jimmy: 'cause i won. [ light laughter ] yeah. but i wondering if you maybe want to play a little charades? >> yeah. >> jimmy: is that cool? >> all right. >> jimmy: all right. good. when we get back, jennifer aniston and i are playing charades! come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] at cheez-it, we expect a lot from our cheese. why did the cook get arrested? i don't know. he was caught beating an egg! [ laughs ] a cheese monger, a dairy farmer and a duck walk into this... wait a minute, have you heard this one? nice tie sir. is that a windsor knot? [ male announcer ] we take the time
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. i'm here with the one and only jennifer aniston. we're going to play charades. we've recruited a couple of audience members as teammates. what's you're name and where you from? >> kara. >> jimmy: kara, where you from? >> montana. >> jimmy: montana. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: we're teammates, pal.
let's do this. >> this is matt. >> jimmy: oh, that's matt. matt, were you from? >> yeah, i'mfrom ohio. >> jimmy: man. [ scattered applause ] came all the way from ohio to lose on national television. >> wow. cocky. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. >> i see. >> jimmy: i'm very competitive. >> i feel it. >> jimmy: now, you all know how to play charades. each player gets a turn giving clues to their teammates. 45 seconds on the clock per turn. each correct answer is worth a point. may the best team win. jennifer, you go first. >> oh, this is going to suck. >> jimmy: come on kara get over here. >> kara, good luck. sorry, i mean -- i don't know how -- >> jimmy: were you begin sarcastic? >> no. >> jimmy: oh. [ light laughter ] >> okay, which number am i going to go for? okay. this sucks so bad. it's not even funny. >> jimmy: come on. it will be fine. you can do it. >> no, i really can't. >> jimmy: just start guessing. >> it's a book. it's a book. >> jimmy: yeah. that's not the answer. >> seven syllables. >> no.
>> seven words. seven words. first word is a very small word. it's like the. the. the. it's second word -- is -- what you're wearing? it's an outfit. it's a hat. it's a hair. girls, women. girls the girl. the girl. the girl. third word. okay, we don't care about that word. we don't' care about that word. fourth word. is a kick. it's soccer. "the girl with the dragon tattoo." i don't know. i'm just going for it. kick. kicked in the hair. >> okay. >> the fifth word -- [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: can i guess? can i guess? it was "the girl who kicked the hornet's nest." no. >> how do you know? >> jimmy: yeah. >> interesting. >> i was suppose to -- >> jimmy: --picked "the girl with the dragoon tattoo." it's the other book right? >> good try, nice man. matt from ohio. [ audience yelling numbers ] >> jimmy: three? ten was -- ten was louder.
ten was louder. oh man. all right, here we go. all right, here we go. man. >> oh i don't -- i think he's -- >> jimmy: all right, ready? >> mm- hmm. song. three words. second word, small word. a. third word. push. move. bust a move. >> jimmy: yes! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on. bust a move! bust a move. that is fantastic. that is awesome. all right, you're up my man. >> this is rigged. >> jimmy: that is awesome. >> i don't -- >> jimmy: that was just awesome. >> you two are not -- you're not from ohio. you're a hired actor.
>> jimmy: no, they're not. [ laughter ] >> this is rigged. >> jimmy: all right, here he goes. oh he's excited. >> oh god. [ cheers and applause ] tv. >> mm-hmm. >> how many words? oh. [ laughter ] old tv show. how many words in this tv show? two words. lines. road. chopping guns. schools. [ laughter ] what is that? is that one of the two words? okay. little person. big boobs. oh, "jersey shore!" [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: little person, big boobs. ♪ no fist pumping, everybody. no fist pumping. [ laughter ]
that was the best. all right, ready kara? you can do this. >> now, i don't think it's rigged. >> jimmy: you can do this. oh very good. very quick. yeah very good quick setting. it's a book. three words. first word, the. second word, upset. tummy. candy. hungry. the hungry -- "the hunger game!" ♪ [ cheers and applause ] "the hungr game." [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's it. i won. that's it. we won. ♪ >> jimmy: jennifer aniston, "just go with it" is in theaters friday. piers morgan joins us next! kara, we did it. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ if your racing thoughts keep you awake... sleep is here, on the wings of lunesta. and if you wake up often in the middle of the night...
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for coming on the show. i'm so happy you're here. >> i'm so excited to be here. >> jimmy: congrats on the new gig. >> thank you. >> jimmy: how are you liking it? >> uh, it's been relentless. it's been exciting. it's been unpredictable, it's been all the things you'd expect form a nightly show. you know what it's like. >> jimmy: yeah, crazy. and you now have a live audience? >> yeah, we had one for donald trump last night. >> jimmy: how did it go? >> well, all it meant was, i kept asking donald questions and he jus kept staring straight at the audience. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. he doesn't look at you when you interview him. no. >> but he was great. it was a great show. he's last words to me were, "don't worry, it's gonna rate big." and it did. >> jimmy: yeah, he's good with that. he comes on my show, and he doesn't look at me at all. i can -- and he just looks out, straight to the audience like -- [ impersonates trump ] "let me tell you what's gonna happen with opec." and then he goes on talking and he won't ever -- and i move this way and he moves the other way. it was like -- >> i think he's gonna run for president. he was getting very close to saying it last night. >> jimmy: really? >> and when he said it, the
audience all started cheering and -- you know. what do you think? donald trump, president? [ scattered applause ] [ audience boos ] maybe not in this room. >> jimmy: yeah, i think he should stick the tv show. i don't know. he's got some good points. i mean, i think it's better that he just gets out there and make those big points. but, man, do you get crazy good guests. >> yeah. >> jimmy: barbara walters, you had oprah, that was amazing. [ scattered cheers ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: howard stern. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: that was amazing. >> and george clooney -- i had this weird moment with george clooney when in the middle of the interview, we're at a commercial break. and george says, "can i talk to you about something?" i said, "george, please, i'm yours." you're george clooney. and he said, "that clip of you and susan boyle" -- because i was a judge on "britain's got talent" when susan boyle did the first audition. he said, "that moved me so much and inspired me." he said, "i was doing, "up in the air," the movie, "and i showed everyone on the crew this clip of you rolling your eyes when she came out and then she sings." and everything else. and all i could think was "what an amazing moment" to think that susan boyle, who i know very well, and there she is, a 48-year-old spinster from a tiny
scottish village. literally tiny. there's like two pubs, she lived with her cat, and, you know, everyone thought there's this weird woman up the road. and the, two years later, george clooney is telling me how inspired he was by susan boyle. isn't that wonderful? >> jimmy: that's cool. that's fun. isn't that amazing? >> it was fun. and amazing. >> jimmy: do you like doing that show better than the interview show? or -- >> no, i love them both. >> jimmy: different. different animal. >> "america's got talent," as you know, is a completely -- you came on it. it was great. it's a crazy production. it's sort of, you know, you have train wreck after train wreck and then out of hopefully the wreckage, you get this tiny little glimmer of talent that pops up and then -- there's a moment about a month ago. jackie evancho, little 10-year-old girl. >> jimmy: i love her. the voice of an angel. >> right. and she was number two in the album charts in america. because number one was susan boyle and i've been at both of the auditions. and that was a crazy moment. i look at the billboard top 100s, i was like, "this is weird." >> jimmy: my life is weird. yeah. that's pretty wild. >> well, it's exciting -- >> jimmy: how were the judges? how's -- you got sharon osborne, you got -- >> well, you know sharon, don't
you? she's um, you know those little tiny dogs she has? those little pomeranians? >> jimmy: yes. >> she's a bit like one of those. they're sort of small, dangerous. liable to bite you at any given moment. and always yapping around my ankles. you know, that kind of thing. she's just always there. it i'm ever moving, i find sharon yapping away. [ yapping sounds ] so, it's a bit like that, really. >> jimmy: how is howie mandel? >> howie's just bloody annoying. [ laughter ] sorry, he is. don't worry, he's not one of you, he's canadian. it's fine. [ laughter ] he did a thing to me -- we had an audition in, i think it was los angeles. and we had the san francisco gay male choir, came on. and they were pretty good, but they weren't as good as some of the other choirs we had, so i hit the buzzer. and everybody started booing and everything else. and i went back to my trailer afterwards. pleased with another afternoon's work of activity on the buzzer. and i was trying to get a bit of sleep, and there's suddenly a knock on the door and there's howie mandel's bald annoying head starring at me. and i said, "what do you want?
i'm asleep." he said, "i've got a little present for you." this is the first day i'd worked with the guy, and i looked behind him and there were 65/70 members of the san francisco gay male choir. and they all burst into my trailer and started singing "we love you piers." [ laughter ] i had no problem with this other than i just wanted to get some bloody sleep. so that is howie mandel for you. >> jimmy: i love that, that he did that. i think that's a good move. he's a good dude. >> he's a funny guy. >> jimmy: i'm a fan of yours as well. congratulations on both shows and i hope to see you again soon, my friend. >> thank you very much, too. >> jimmy: piers morgan, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] check him out on cnn. when we come back, we're cooking with carla hall from "top chef all-stars." come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ host: could switching to geico really save you 15% or more on car insurance? host: does it take two to tango? ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our next guest was the winner of last night's episode of "top chef all-stars," which featured me as one of the judges. we did a little "cell phone shoot out," to determine what they'd be cooking. take a look. >> jimmy: are you guys excited for any specific dishes? >> chicken pot pie. >> jimmy: ready, aim, shoot! fire! shoot! chicken pot pie! that's what i'm talking about. >> tom, what do you think of carla's pot pie? >> too busy eating. [ laughter ] >> she delivered. it's great. >> jimmy: the person we thought did the best job is -- carla! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: give it up for chef carla hall, right here! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you were great. i loved the excitement. it was so good and so genuine and awesome. congratulations on the win. >> thank you. >> jimmy: that's so cool. >> no, it was so awesome to
actually be a part of your birthday. >> jimmy: oh, please. it was great. it was just -- i'm so psyched, and this chicken pot pie, i can't stop talking about it. because it was all of my favorite foods and i love chicken pot pie. i usually get the swansons, you microwave it, or whatever you got to do. [ light laughter ] and the secret is the crust -- >> both: on the bottom! >> jimmy: exactly. -- because there's the cheap ones out there and you know who you are. that don't have the crust on the bottom and they just got something floating on the top and you go, "no, no, no, no." >> no. >> jimmy: not a chicken pot pie. this thing was the best. so, you want to walk me through it a little bit, real quickly, how to do this. >> first, what i want you to do is to make some pea salt. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. you made pea salt. what is pea salt? >> it's dehydrated pea's with salt. and you know what this is? >> jimmy: salt? >> yeah, but a bowl of compliments. if you don't use it, you ain't gonna get no compliments. >> jimmy: oh, there you go. okay, good. that's a good line. there you go. >> all right, so dump some peas in there. >> jimmy: yeah, and just chop it up? >> yeah, and then dump some -- that's nice. dump a little salt. >> jimmy: sorry. thought there was more of a spout to it. >> and then put that on. >> jimmy: and then -- you get the handy chopper -- what is this? >> that's right. and push, or something.
>> jimmy: nope. >> okay, that. >> jimmy: hey, there you go. >> do that. >> jimmy: okay good. >> all right. >> jimmy: pea salt. >> and then pour it in here. isn't that nice? >> jimmy: what do you got cooking over there? >> so now i have -- i have a roux. and you're gonna help me make a veloute. >> jimmy: a veloute? >> a veloute? as in velvet. >> jimmy: oh, very nice. [ faking french ] >> so, we're gonna pour the stock in and it's really important to have a really great stock. >> jimmy: okay, good. >> slowly. >> jimmy: oh, sorry. good stock here. >> yeah, nice. >> jimmy: when is your cookbook coming out? >> i just finished a proposal -- okay. >> jimmy: sorry. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: sorry, i don't know what i'm doing. you told me to pour this, now my arm hurts. [ laughter ] holding it too long. >> okay, more -- >> jimmy: so you put this in there? >> yeah, put that in there. boom boom, bada bing bada boom. done. okay, so that's going to be cooking. and we got to give it some compliments. >> jimmy: oh, i like that. you call salt compliments. >> yeah, now, what i want you to do is to roll out some dough. you know, it's all about the crust. so, put down some flour. >> jimmy: yeah. look at this rolling pin. it's weird, huh?
>> look, not too much flour. >> jimmy: shouldn't there be handles on the sides? >> i know, but still. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you got to look at the discount rack. [ laughter ] >> okay, push out and stop. >> jimmy: push out and stop. see, this always happens to me. i'm awful at this. >> okay, and then here. >> jimmy: flour it up. >> okay. >> jimmy: okay. >> roll it out just gently. not so hard. >> jimmy: i'm going too hard? sorry. [ light laughter ] >> that's nice, stop. >> jimmy: i'm very strong. >> make sure -- make sure that -- you are strong. i can tell. you're flattening this like it's a piece of metal. [ light laughter ] just roll out. >> jimmy: very good. roll out. >> nice. okay, so we have all of that, right? then we're going to take a bowl -- we're going to "macgyver" this. >> jimmy: yeah, this is what you did, this was cool. >> yeah, we're making like a -- so, we're gonna take this, take that and put it on top of your -- >> jimmy: like that? >> uh-huh, uh-huh. and take a little ball, that's for the thing. >> jimmy: take a little ball for the thing. >> yeah. egg wash it. egg wash it. >> jimmy: put a little egg wash on there. >> uh-huh, uh-huh that's right. paint, like you're painting. >> jimmy: very good. put the ball on there. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: and when it's done,
what does it look like? >> oh! by the magic of television -- >> jimmy: there you go right there. >> uh-huh here we go y'all. here we go. >> jimmy: very good. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> it kind of looks like two boobies. >> jimmy: it looks like two boobies. thank you, carla. [ laughter ] >> it does. >> jimmy: questlove, please. questlove, stop it. >> okay, so here -- >> jimmy: so we take that out. put it in -- unfortunately, we're out of time now. >> dump and roll! >> jimmy: all right dump and roll. >> dump this all in. >> jimmy: what is this? >> both: chicken. >> done! veggies. >> jimmy: just chopped up carrots and stuff? >> peas, i love. >> jimmy: and peas, we love peas. >> oh yeah, we love peas. >> jimmy: look at this, already i'm loving it. it smells phenomenal. >> okay, all that, a little bit of cream. doink. >> jimmy: doink? in the cream there. doink it in there. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and then done-zee. >> done-zee. >> jimmy: you are the best. carla hall, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] "top chef all-stars" airs wednesdays at 10:00pm on bravo. carla hall! we hope you go all the way, pal. my thanks to jennifer aniston, piers morgan, chef carla hall. and the greatest band in "late night" the roots!
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