tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC July 28, 2012 1:40am-2:35am PDT
>> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- 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: i feel the love. thank you very much, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] welcome. welcome to "late night with
jimmy fallon," everybody. oh, it's going to be a fun show tonight. you guys, the olympics are finally here. [ cheers and applause ] which is amazing and fun! you guys hear about this? mitt romney is getting a lot of attention for a series of gaffes he's made while he's in london. he's just screwing up left and right. and in response, romney said that he has nothing but respect for the people of england, especially their monarch, queen latifah. [ laughter ] check this out. the favorite to win the olympic gold medal in archery is a legally blind athlete from south korea. mainly because everyone else is too scared to compete next to him. [ laughter ] he's good. he is good. got to give him that. i read that officials at the london olympics will be conducting 5,000 tests for steroids. or as lance armstrong calls that, a monday. [ laughter ]
he's having fun though, right? >> steve: yeah. he's all right. >> jimmy: hey, next week, president obama will celebrate his 51st birthday. obama already got one really nice gift, mitt romney's trip to london. [ laughter ] so -- he's happy. [ cheers and applause ] he couldn't be happier. get this, you guys. yesterday, a truck in maryland overturned and spilled almost 80,000 pounds of budweiser on the highway. [ audience ohs ] which explains why, instead of flashing "traffic ahead," road signs are just flashing "seriously, i love you guys." [ laughter ] you guys are my best friends. [ laughter ] phew. here's a crazy story. a man in new york survived a 40 foot fall with minor injuries after he tried to sneak into a nickelback concert. [ laughter ] concert goers said it was a traumatic experience. and then, they heard about the
guy who fell 40 feet and they go -- [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: wait, what, no. >> jimmy: this is too much. i said, this is too much. some tech news. yesterday, google unveiled a high-speed internet service called google fiber. incidentally, google fiber is the first thing my grandpa did when we taught him how to use the computer. [ laughter ] i'm going to google fiber and see how good it is for you. and finally, a new study found that women feel they're sexiest at age 28. or at glass of wine number three. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] we have a great show tonight, you guys. give it up. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, man. thank you so much for watching our show. we love you guys for watching us and hanging out with us tonight. guys, i don't know if you guys heard about this. on the -- i've talked about this on the show, on the 4th of july,
i found myself vacation up at lake winnipesaukee. beautiful lake. in new hampshire, oh, gosh. just -- great place. not only -- not three doors down from gop presidential nominee willard mitt romney. he was three doors away from me on this lake. he's jet skiing, flipping around in his jet ski doing tricks. [ imitating jet ski ] mitt -- rom-- -- ney. [ laughter ] >> steve: that's what his engine sounds like? >> jimmy: yeah, that's what his jet ski sounds like. >> steve: crazy. >> jimmy: so i hoped on instagram, facebook and twitter. i did what any neighborly american would do and invited the man over for a backyard burger. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: never heard back. so the next week, when we're all back to work, i invite him to come on the show and have a burger. and every week since i've reached out to mitt with another invitation to burger summit 2012. [ laughter ] and every week goes by with no response. so then, i -- >> steve: so he left you -- he left you with your hot dog in your hand? [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: burger. >> steve: what's that? >> jimmy: burger. >> steve: burger, i'm sorry. >> jimmy: get it right, yeah.
>> steve: you were making burgers. >> jimmy: honest mistake. [ light laughter ] so i see him all over the news today. he's helping them get ready for the olympics, whatever he's doing. i'm thinking, what do i have to do to get through to this guy? is he worried about what kind of burger i'm going to get? because i'll get whatever he wants, man. we got the best burger joints in the world here in new york city. i'm talking -- [ cheers and applause ] five napkin burger. island burgers. i could even have rachael ray come on the show and make your burger to order. i can't. i, actually -- i haven't talked to rachel. but we'll see. we'll see. [ laughter ] mitt, you've never actually said no, which i take as a very strong maybe. [ light laughter ] so once again, please, come on, have a burger with me, jimmy fallon, on our show. have a burger with america. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ we got a big show tonight. he's a great actor and one of the stars of the upcoming summer blockbuster "the bourne legacy." edward norton is back on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be doing some fun stuff. pretty crazy.
plus, from the hit hbo series "the newsroom," the lovely, the talented, the beautiful olivia munn is here. [ cheers and applause ] she's killing it on that show. and we have music from -- the lead singer by the way, his last name is fallon. the gaslight anthem is on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] very good band. we might be -- we might be brothers. >> steve: is he your brother? >> jimmy: yeah. they're a great band. you guys, today's friday and that's usually when i catch up with some personal stuff. [ cheers ] i check my inbox. i return some emails. and i, of course, send out thank you notes. [ cheers and applause ] well, i'm running a bit behind today. so i thought, if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd just like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that cool with you guys? [ cheers and applause ] the roots, can i get some thank you note writing music? ♪ [ laughter ] what's your problem? [ laughter ] what's wrong? >> steve: i don't know what he's thinking about. >> jimmy: sad. bummed out about something. >> steve: it's really sad.
>> jimmy: figured they -- you know what? he's a gambler. [ laughter ] he's gambling on the olympics. >> steve: oh, no. >> jimmy: no, he's not. no. >> steve: he's not? >> jimmy: definitely not. gambling on -- >> steve: on horses. horses. >> jimmy: yes. yeah, horse racing, yeah. but he just lost a big race. >> steve: aw. >> jimmy: aw. but he's going to win it all back tomorrow. [ laughter ] i don't know what his problem is. ♪ thank you, hurdles, for being the olympic version of "america's funniest home videos." ♪ you're the red white and blue oh the funny things you do ♪ ♪ america america this is you ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ thank you, guys who tuck shirts into their shorts, for saying, "i'm probably your dad." [ laughter ]
♪ thank you, the olympic sport of race walking, for combining the thrill of racing with the visual of looking like you desperately have to go to the bathroom. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ >> steve: oh, buy coffee. i'll buy coffee. i have nothing. gotta go, gotta go, gotta go run. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, peaches, for being the only fruit with a fuzzy butt. [ laughter ] >> steve: they're so cute. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, phone books, for combining the two things no one answers or reads anymore. [ laughter ]
♪ thank you, delis, for being full of baloney. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, dove, for being the brand name of both chocolate and soap. [ laughter ] my shower this morning was delicious. [ laughter ] there you have it. those are my thank you notes. we'll be right back with more "late night," everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ hey lolo, pull that trail leg through. then i want you to punch that knee down the track. punch it. 'cause if you win gold, i could win prizes at mcdonald's. shin parallel to the track... then you just go -- that's a decent start.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you guys might not realize this but i'm basically a mind reader. [ light laughter ] i don't like to brag about it but i can actually tell what someone is thinking just by looking at them, especially when it comes to olympic athletes. let's take a look at this first one here. yeah. [ laughter ] that's a classic olympic pose right here. i can tell what she's thinking. i picked the wrong the morning to eat that doritos locos taco. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, yeah. >> jimmy: they're a delicious treat. >> steve: delicious. but -- >> jimmy: this next one here. we have two chinese gymnasts with their gold and bronze medals standing next to american gymnast nastia liukin. and i can tell that nastia is thinking, "16-years-old my ass." [ laughter ] watch the language young lady. she's just thinking it though. she didn't say it. >> steve: she just think -- she didn't say out loud. >> jimmy: just thinking, yeah. take a look at another one here. here's a clip from the end of a boxing match between china and mongolia. i can tell the guy on the left
won because he's thinking, "i won." [ laughter ] guy on the right is thinking, "i did my best." [ laughter ] well, this guy in the middle's thinking, "i sell ice cream in the 1950s." [ laughter ] just what they're thinking, just by looking at them, i can just tell. >> steve: you can tell that just from looking at them? >> jimmy: uh-huh. let's take a look at another one here. here we have some olympians receiving their medals. you can tell the woman on the left is thinking, "i thought i'd win." the women on the right are thinking, "what did you expect when you entered an ellen degeneres look-alike competition." [ laughter and applause ] there's only one ellen but you can try to look like her. one of the lesser known olympic sports, yeah. >> steve: exactly. >> jimmy: this next one is a nice scene. here we have two olympic swimmers chatting and having a laugh before the big race. i can tell the woman on the left is thinking, "i feel like we're becoming best friends." while the woman on the right is thinking, "you're still going down, bitch." [ laughter ] very competitive. very competitive people in the olympics. here's this next one here. michael phelps, the hero of the 2008 olympics.
he is definitely thinking, "it's an olympic sized pool. no one will notice." [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: what's he doing? >> jimmy: peeing. >> steve: oh, peeing. >> jimmy: i don't know. >> steve: you think he's urinating in the pool? >> jimmy: i just think the person in the next lane is going for the gold. if you know what i'm talking about. [ laughter ] >> steve: at least he's not going for the brown. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: bronze. >> steve: bronze. sorry, bronze. bronze. >> jimmy: we got another one here. look at this. a couple of wrestlers locked and ready for battle. guy on the left is thinking, "i've been training for this my entire life." while the guy on the right is thinking, "hey, dude, we're on the kiss cam, so -- got to give the people what they want, right?" we have another one here. we have a chinese rowing team in the midst of an intense race. i can tell exactly what they're thinking. ♪ row, row, row your boat gently down the stream merrily, merrily
merrily, merrily ♪ i just tooted. [ laughter ] he doesn't know what anyone else is thinking. he doesn't have the power i have. >> steve: no. he didn't and he thought it because it was -- >> jimmy: he just did it. [ laughter ] and we're down to our last one here. there's definitely a lot to think about when you're in a position like this. [ audience oohs ] wrestler on the bottom is thinking, "is this how i'm going to lose my title?" while the wrestler on top is thinking, "is this how i'm going to lose my virginity?" [ laughter ] that's all the time we have for "olympic thoughts." [ cheers and applause ] stick around. we'll be right back with edward norton, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ siri, what's my day look like? [siri] another busy day today. are you serious? [siri] yes i'm not allowed to be frivolous. ah ok, move my 4 o'clock today to tomorrow. change my 11am to 2. [siri] ok marty, i scheduled it for today. is that rick? where's rick?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: welcome back. our first guest this evening is a heralded american actor. you know him from so many great movies, including "rounders," "25th hour" and "moonrise kingdom." starting friday, august 10th, you can see him opposite jeremy renner and rachel weisz in "the bourne legacy." please welcome, back to our show, edward norton.
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: edward, thank you for coming back to visit. we love when you come by the show. >> it's the most fun in town. >> jimmy: aw, thanks, brother. last time -- you're always doing some very nice things, i got to say, for charity a stuff like that, which i appreciate about you. you're always giving back. and now, you have a new website. is it called crowdrise? >> crowdrise.com, yeah. >> jimmy: congrats on this. >> thank you. >> jimmy: can you tell everyone what this? because i think this is fantastic. >> you know, i got frustrated with my own efforts to support causes i cared about and i wanted it to be easier. >> jimmy: you ran a marathon with the maasais. >> yeah, i ran the new york marathon some maasai guys. and i wanted me and my friends and the way we all network on twitter and everything -- i wanted to it to be able to be used to support good causes in an easier way. and so, we built crowdrise, which is basically a great platform for anybody to build
projects and support causes they care about. >> jimmy: and raise money for your own charity. it's whatever you want to do. >> that's right, yeah. >> jimmy: and you don't have to give -- you don't have to give $1,000. >> no, not at all. in fact, the average donation on the site is like $70. and we'll probably raise -- we're raising like $2 million a month in $70 donations. >> jimmy: that made $2 million a month for charity. >> it's great. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's going great for the charity. cutting out the middleman. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: it's like a kick starter type of thing. >> yeah, it's like kick starter for charities. and it helps you network with your friends and it's an enormous amount of fun. there's contests on it, prizes. and we have -- >> jimmy: and it's a lot of work, too. i mean, gosh. >> we put up a page because a lot of people have asked -- because something like the colorado tragedy happens. and so we threw up a page, it's crowdrise.com/helpaurora. so if anybody wants to pile in and contribute to those families, we've found a good way to do it. and that's a way to do it. >> jimmy: good for you. i appreciate it. [ applause ]
but, you're here to talk about -- i want to talk about "the bourne legacy." you're now in a blockbuster movie. you were in wes anderson's movie. you were fantastic in that thing. [ cheers and applause ] he's fantastic in everything. you know i'm a fan. but, "moonrise kingdom," that must have been fun with wes anderson. >> he's -- i'm his biggest fan. and it was -- we made the film -- i lived in a house with wes and bill murray and jason schwartzman. and you can imagine what breakfast was like. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, man. bill is one of those guys. he might be the most spontaneous human being i've ever seen. >> yeah, yeah. he did things i can't talk about, actually. [ laughter ] a couple of mornings, we all were hanging at the house, and i was like, "i'm getting paid to do this. i'm getting paid to hang with bill." >> jimmy: i remember when my wife worked with him on "charlie's angels." my wife's a producer. and these people that were there visiting, they loved bill and they loved meeting him. at the end of the day, they drove home, and they're driving home. and they go, "you know who's
great? that bill murray. wasn't he awesome?" and they're about an hour home, and all of a sudden, his head pops up. he was hiding in the backseat the whole time. [ laughter ] he rode home with this couple. [ laughter ] they had to turn around and drive him back. [ laughter ] >> that's just awesome. >> jimmy: it's just fun. >> he's great in this film. it's still out there. you can see it. >> jimmy: yeah, congratulations. it's breaking records. now, "the bourne legacy," this is -- >> almost the same film. >> jimmy: completely opposite. [ laughter ] complete opposite spectrum. >> no, they're like an "a" and "b" side of a great record. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> no, they're nothing alike. [ laughter ] yeah, this is the exact opposite. it's very serious, kind of, you know, spy thriller. >> jimmy: but this is tricky, because jeremy renner is now -- he's bourne. >> no, no, he's not. he's not. no, no. >> jimmy: matt damon is still bourne. >> yeah, absolutely. no, this is a direct -- >> jimmy: like a cousin fred bourne. [ laughter ] >> no, it's actually the director, tony gilroy, who wrote the other three. and i was a huge fan of his films. "michael clayton," he directed and wrote, which was one of my
favorite films in the last two years. he basically just spun the next chapter right out the back end of the last one. and he kind of lifts up a level and see how all the events of those first three films were nested in this larger program and starts to impact it. it's sort of like -- like matt's character is like the smallest russian doll. and now, it's like -- >> jimmy: like those stacking dolls? >> i'm the bigger russian doll. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, that's a good analogy. i like that. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> it's really well done. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. well, i love smart writing. and who do you play in the movie? >> my character is sort of the spy -- he's the spy master. he's the one who has been -- he's been the architect of the bourne program and these other programs of which jeremy's character is also an agent and rachel's character is involved in. so you really lift up, literally, and kind of see the ramifications of what started happening in the last film. but he's an interesting character, because tony
doesn't -- tony gilroy writes very shades of gray. he doesn't really write heroes and villains and so he's -- >> jimmy: shades of gray? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> there's about 40 in this film. there's about 40. >> jimmy: is this called -- this is called "the porn legacy?" what is this called? [ laughter ] >> "the porn legacy," congratulations, thank you. >> jimmy: currently playing at a tiki hut near you. >> my character's name is steele. [ laughter ] we only go to about 37 shades -- >> jimmy: 37, oh, good. so the whole family get's to see it. it's a good popcorn movie, you guys. action packed. congratulations. i want to show a clip of you here. here's edward norton and jeremy renner in "the bourne legacy," in theaters august 10th. >> will you just stop what you're doing and turn around? that's an order. would it be perfectly normal for a person to have doubt, stealth and morality, what we just asked you to do. >> is that a question, sir? >> no, it's not. tune into what i'm trying to say to you. you know what a sin eater is? well, that's what we are. we are the sin eaters. it means that we take moral
excrement that we find in this equation and we bury it down deep inside of us so that the rest of our cause can stay pure. that is the job. we are morally indefensible and absolutely necessary. you understand? hitch that up. >> jimmy: yeah. that's what i'm talking about. [ cheers and applause ] now, you recently -- i was going to ask you about this. you're a very athletic guy, and you recently played this celebrity soccer match. well, football as they call it. >> yeah, soccer aid, it's called. >> jimmy: soccer aid? >> yeah, it's a big uk charity event for unicef. >> jimmy: and it was american celebrities playing against england? >> it's artists from all over the world with pros playing against english artists and actors and pros. and you play in the manchester united stadium in front of 70,000 people. >> jimmy: how cool is that? >> it's cool, but i don't, you know -- i don't play -- i'm not a footballer, as it were.
but, my strategy was sort of -- my strategy was to, basically, go to all the pros on my team and say, "make sure the ball goes nowhere near me." [ laughter ] and i just figured i would just keep charging the goal and then throwing up my hands like, "dude!" like, you know, "oh, i was wide open." >> jimmy: i was wide open, yeah. [ laughter ] that is a good move. >> yeah, i thought if i could -- i thought, if i did that, i could take credit for anything good that happened and deny responsibilities for anything bad that happened. and just be the mitt romney of celebrity soccer. [ audience oohs ] >> sorry. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, it's okay. it's cute. i see where you went. i see where you went with that. >> i was supposed to get a rim shot on that. >> jimmy: well, last time -- i do want to challenge you because i know you're athletic. i want to challenge you to a game of bubble soccer. >> yeah -- you know, look, i -- >> jimmy: yeah, you're ready. you have your sporting wear on. what i'm saying is this.
you, me, inflatable bubbles that surround us and a soccer ball. >> yeah, i saw you do it with colbert, and i thought he was pretty weak. [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: wasn't even competition to me. >> i understand why you rang me. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: but we're going to need teammates. we can't just go one on one. and i managed to land an olympic gold medalist as my partner. standing 6'8" tall, he's an nba hall of famer and two-time gold medal winning member of the usa men's olympic basketball dream team. from st. john's university. put them together for a legend. here's chris mullin! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> i'm going to see your two-time olympic medalist and
raise you a three-time olympic medalist. [ audience oohs ] our final player tonight won multiple world championships and olympic medals including a gold medal in the individual all-around competition in gymnastics at the 2004 olympic games. please help me welcome the pride of waukesha, wisconsin, mr. paul hamm. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the teams are set! when we get back, we're playing bubble soccer! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ man ] through all the lines and things that are put in place to divide us, all likeminded people gather together.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: welcome back. i'm here with chris mullin and we're taking on edward norton and paul hamm in a game of bubble soccer. as you can see, we're all wearing giant bubbles. the goal of this game is to score on your opponents' elevator. and we'll set a running clock at two minutes and 30 seconds. the highest score wins. steve higgins is our referee. give it up for him. [ cheers and applause ] and his whistle means business. let's start things off. all right, guys, let's take it to position. balls to the wall. >> steve: okay, yellow team, balls to the wall. [ laughter ] we'll call you guys the blue balls. >> jimmy: watch it. [ whistle blows ] go! [ laughter ] oh! goal! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: are you kidding me? all ready? i love that edward just ran after me and tried to knock me over. >> that was a bad pass, ref. >> steve: ready!
[ whistle blows ] oh, no! ♪ >> jimmy: that counts? >> that went in. of course it counts. >> all right, it went in. one to one, let's go. >> little defense, jimmy. little defense. >> jimmy: i'm sorry. >> right. [ whistle blows ] [ laughter ] >> steve: whoa. [ laughter ] here we go. here we go. >> i can't get up! [ laughter ] yes! [ whistle blows ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: sorry, sorry, chris. sorry, brother. >> give me a little help, jimmy. >> jimmy: i'm sorry, brother. >> that was me, jimmy. i scored on your ass. >> jimmy: oh! >> hey! >> trash talk! >> oh! ♪ [ applause ] >> come on, jim, let's go! >> jimmy: all right. >> steve: oh, my back! go! [ audience ohs ]
oh! man down, man down. [ laughter ] that's getting hot and heavy there. it's going. ball's in the corner. oh, ball against ball action. >> go, ball. >> steve: don't get testy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy, get out. >> oh! [ audience ohs ] ♪ [ whistle blows ] [ applause ] >> jimmy, we got to beat 12. beat 12, let's go. >> jimmy: all right, sorry, sorry. >> steve: 50 seconds. it's a barn burner, 3-2. oh! >> look out behind you. [ laughter ] >> steve: he's doing the manhunt steam roller. locking the dough. >> jimmy: chris, get the ball! [ laughter ] >> steve: oh! [ audience ohs ] almost a scissor kick, if you know what i mean. oh! oh! oh. oh, oh! [ whistle blows ] [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] jimmy: our next guest is having a really -- is this true? you're kidding me? you guys, edward norton is filing an official protest against the scoring of bubble soccer. is this true? we have footage of him listening to replay back there with higgins. >> watch it again. watch it again. >> jimmy: get over it. >> don't look at yourself. don't look at yourself. >> steve: okay, got it. >> jimmy: get over it. >> there, that's a flagrant. that's a flagrant. >> jimmy: that is no flagrant. oh, my god. all right, we'll get -- we'll find out what happens at the end of the show and we'll let you know. but i think i won. do you guys agree or do you guys -- [ cheers and applause ] all right, here we go. you guys, look at how pretty. oh, my gosh. our next guest is having a super summer. she starred opposite channing tatum and matthew mcconaughey in the hit movie "magic mike." you can currently see her in aaron sorkin's new show, "the newsroom," which airs sundays at 10:00 p.m. on hbo. please welcome, back to our show, olivia munn. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: olivia, don't fight it. olivia, olivia, olivia. don't -- olivia, don't fight it. olivia, you know we all ready played bubble soccer. >> well, i thought you were going to let me play with you? >> jimmy: no, okay, well you -- do you want to do the interview like this? we can do -- olivia, can you get out? oh, she's unbelievable. ladies and gentlemen, she's unbelievable. there she is. oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ olivia munn, everybody. i thought you knew -- [ cheers and applause ] i thought you knew -- i thought you knew we all ready played. we all ready with edward.
i'm so sorry. i thought you knew that. >> they didn't tell me. >> jimmy: i'm so sorry. well, welcome. welcome to our -- >> it looked like a fun game. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh, olivia. next time i promise i'll play with you, i promise. >> promise? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, i do. thank you for coming back to our show. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: congrats on every single thing that's happened to you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: we love you so much on the show. i got to say, "magic mike," congrats on this big summer hit. >> thank you so much. it's so exciting. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh, huge thing. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: wasn't it fun to work with channing tatum and matthew mcconaughey? >> and all those guys. yeah, well, especially, you know -- how they're all stripping all the time. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, come on, yeah. >> well, it's so cute because -- i know you had matthew on here the other day. and they explained to you how intense their stripper boot camp was because they all go to, like, a month long stripper boot camp before to learn -- they're kind of like a cheer team. you know, they really -- >> jimmy: oh, really? >> they get up there. they have routines. they have solo things. it's very exciting. but when i was on set one day watching -- it was, like, one of my favorite things ever because matthew mcconaughey -- really, i think he might have worked harder than the rest of them. and he's so wonderful in the movie. but i'm watching him do his
routines and i look over and his wife camilla is there. and she's, literally -- i look over and she's doing this -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she's doing the routine? >> yeah, and i look and she just goes -- "we practice at home." [ laughter ] it was like, the cutest -- like, "toddlers and tiaras" but with male strippers. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: she was like the stage mom behind the camera like, "one, two, grinder, grinder, grind, okay, good. now, grind it." >> that's exactly how it was. >> jimmy: oh, gosh, hilarious. and then, "the newsroom" on hbo. you're hitting homers, pal. >> aw, thanks. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're doing great. congratulations. >> thank you. >> jimmy: we had aaron sorkin on. we had jeff daniels. they all said great things about you. and speaking of the show, you're just killing it on the show. >> that means a lot. thank you so much. >> jimmy: oh, please. how was the premiere? i love -- only this would happen to you. you're the nicest human. you're at the premiere. i have a picture of you and your family at the premiere. there's you and -- >> yeah, that's my stepdad, my mom, and my niece, ripley, and my brother, james. >> jimmy: and your mom, you call your mom a tiger mom. >> well, she is a tiger mom. >> jimmy: yes, she's a tiger mom. but she's gotten soft in her old
age. it's quite annoying because my little niece here -- she's so cute. she's five. >> jimmy: she's adorable. >> she somehow convinced my mother to come in from oklahoma with her to go to my premiere. it's a premiere. it's not, you know, going to, like, a birthday party. so, of course -- >> jimmy: you're not going to gymboree. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, no. this is "the newsroom," an aaron sorkin show. >> it's not suitable for her. and i, honestly, don't want her to ruin it. i don't want her to start talking and be like, "aunty o." i'm like, "shut up." >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> come on. this is my moment. so i offer up -- because i want everyone to experience it -- i offer to leave with her and just sit in the lobby during the entire premiere. oh, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, here's a picture of you guys. >> a picture of us. >> jimmy: hanging out in the lobby, yeah. >> playing on the stairs. >> jimmy: i love this picture. she's already taken her shoes off. she's, like, ready to play. >> this is the last moment before they came and said, "you need to leave. you're making too much noise and it's disrupting the premiere." >> jimmy: and you're all ready out of the theater? >> yeah, and it's -- it's -- i'm really excited. it's an aaron sorkin show and i'm on it. and i'm outside playing on the stairs. and so, i had to take her.
i go outside and there's aaron sorkin. he's there. he's just seen this show like a million times. so he entered the premiere. he's in and out. so she has no idea who he is. so the first thing she does is she grabs him on the jacket and says, "will you play tag with me?" i'm like, "oh no!" [ laughter ] "no, that's sorkin. what's wrong with you?" >> jimmy: that's a bad idea, no. >> and next thing you know, he's playing tag with her. running around and i'm watching. >> jimmy: aaron sorkin is playing with her? >> yeah, he's just the sweetest thing. and then, i start to panic a little bit because my sister teaches her too many things. and i think that's a problem. we teach our children too many things nowadays. their mouths just run on. and she was saying, "do you know the stegosaurus has cooling plates?" and he said "oh, do you like dinosaurs?" and she said, "yes." and he said, "well, did you ever go to the museum? because they have the dinosaurs that they dig up. and the archeologists, they dig them up and they put them in the museum." and she just looks at him and says, "no, paleontologist." it was like -- [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: no, don't get into a fight with aaron sorkin. [ laughter ] >> no, no. i was like -- come here.
you're exactly right. if you ruin this for me, i will hate you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you say it to the little five-year-old niece, "i will hate you." yeah, yeah. >> oh, come on. >> jimmy: oh, gosh, that's hilarious. makes me laugh. >> but it was really sweet. >> jimmy: now, on "the newsroom," you play sloan sabbith. >> yes. >> jimmy: cool name, first off. >> yeah, the alliteration. >> jimmy: sloan sabbith, that's pretty rad. that's awesome. >> thank you. >> jimmy: explain who you are on the show. >> i am the financial news reporter and my character has two phds, a lot like myself. [ laughter ] i'm not making any -- i didn't make any joke. >> jimmy: no, i know, i know. >> from devry, but -- >> jimmy: it still counts, yeah. [ laughter ] everyone's got to learn the trades. yeah, of course. and so, but the great thing about her is that she could be making, you know, four times as much working at goldman sachs. but she knows that her calling is to do economic news. >> jimmy: yeah, so that's good. so, we have a clip of olivia munn as -- oh, and sam waterston in "the newsroom." check this out. >> i sent them out so that we could speak privately and --
>> no, finish that sentence. >> off the record. >> good luck trying to get a source to talk to you off the record again. you have no value to me as a reporter. >> charlie. >> and i have to suspend you. >> what? >> i have to suspend you while we bring in outside investigators to comb through every report you filed in the last three years to find out what others you made up. >> i didn't make anything up. i would never make anything up. >> i know that and you know that and he knows that, but why the hell should anyone else know that? you're suspended with pay until i -- >> they were lying about a public safety issue. >> you're suspended with pay! >> i don't want your -- damn pay! >> jimmy: yeah, i don't want it! [ cheers and applause ] you tell him what's up. >> yeah! >> jimmy: olivia munn. "the newsroom" airs sunday at 10:00 p.m. on hbo. gaslight anthem performs after the break. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway:
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