tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC September 22, 2012 12:35am-1:35am PDT
♪ 25 lighters on my dresser, yessir you know i gotsta get paid ♪ ♪ whoo ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: zz top. nice job, gentlemen. i want to see that car when it's done. thanks, guys. i want to thank my guests, zooey deschanel, anthony anderson, of course zz top. monday night, david spade will be here, but emmy winner "jimmy fallon" coming up next! [ cheers and applause ]
♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and as always 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: oh, my goodness. how you feeling this friday? thank you very much for the love, everybody. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. oh, man, oh, man. [ cheers and applause ] this is fun. yeah, the weekend's here, baby! that's the new york city love. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] hey, guys, settle down. i'll get honey boo boo's mom. i'll get mama boo boo after you. guys, here's what people are talking about. president obama's campaign is trying to appeal to single women in florida over the age of 65. [ light laughter ] which explains obama's new slogan, hope, change and boniva. [ laughter ] i think that will work. a lot of election stuff going on. mitt romney just released a new campaign ad aimed at seniors, too called, least we can do.
[ laughter ] named after how much he plans on doing for seniors. is that the least we can do? okay, good. let's get out of here. let's go. wrap it up. [ applause ] it's been a rough week for romney. i would not want to be in his shoes this week. it was found new documents show that mitt romney's campaign is $11 million in debt. yeah. first romney's advisers had to explain to him that he's running out of money, then they had to explain what running out of money means. [ laughter ] like an empty wallet. we'll just get a new wallet with cash in it. [ laughter ] forget it. talk to you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] talk to you tomorrow, i can't -- hey, you guys, this sunday is the 64th annual emmy awards. [ cheers and applause ] and our show is nominated for outstanding variety program. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
don't get too excited. today i found out we somehow already lost to honey boo boo. [ laughter ] [ sad tuba ] it's a good show. sugar bear got best supporting actor. [ laughter ] >> steve: are you serious? >> jimmy: this is interesting, you guys, walmart says it will start giving customers a discount on healthy food. and this is nice. for no additional charge, they'll even explain to them what those things are. isn't that nice? [ laughter ] >> steve: that's so nice of them. >> jimmy: you guys, i saw that legoland just opened up its first theme park in asia. yeah. legoland. because if there's one thing kids in asia want to do, it's build more stuff. [ laughter ] hey son, how was work? you want to go build something? all right. go ahead. [ laughter ] >> steve: that was a little fella. >> jimmy: that's right, asia's first legoland theme park. of course it took a long time to finish construction because they were missing that little red brick with four nubs. you know that one that's very hard? i thought i saw it here somewhere. and finally after 15 seasons with the show maksim chmerkovskiy says he's
leaving "dancing with the stars." [ audience aws ] that's right. he's now an out of work entertainer, which i guess makes him eligible to be a contestant on "dancing with the stars." [ cheers and applause ] so it comes full circle. we have a great show tonight! give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we got a fun show tonight. this guy's a big, big movie star. we love it when he drops by. jake gyllenhaal is here! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: he's a lovely man. >> jimmy: she has a great new book out about her life called "my mother was nuts." she's one of the coolest humans on the face of the earth. penny marshall is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] she's always fun, always game for anything fun. and we have great music tonight. we have music featuring bobby womack with damon albarn
and richard russell tonight. >> steve: whoa! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: combo platter of magic. >> steve: magic and good time. >> jimmy: yeah, a lot of magic and good times. hey guys, today's friday -- and that's -- [ cheers ] it's usually when i catch up with the personal stuff, i check my inbox, i return some e-mails. and of course i send out "thank you notes." and i was just wondering -- [ cheers ] running a bit behind, so i was wondering if you guys didn't mind if i write out my weekly "thank you notes" right now. do you mind? is that cool with you? [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. honey boo boo, can i get some thank you note writing music, please? [ laughter ] ♪ >> steve: oh, no, we need some go go juice. >> jimmy: yeah. that used to be his nickname before the show came out. >> steve: i know. feels like she robbed him of it. >> jimmy: they look alike. >> steve: they do. they're both cute as can be. >> jimmy: they're both cute, man. >> steve: oh, look at him. >> jimmy: look at him. [ laughter ]
he's like, stop. ♪ thank you, juice, for not being called fruit blood. [ laughter ] [ applause ] thank you. i appreciate it. >> steve: or fruit pee. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, carly rae jepsen for releasing your new single "this kiss." your first was "call me maybe," your second was called "this kiss." i can't wait for your next single "let's get to third base already." [ laughter ] come on. how many songs do you got to write? [ applause ] go. >> steve: let's do it. >> jimmy: let's do it. >> steve: get her done. >> jimmy: going to do it. ♪ thank you, oatmeal, for being cement that you can eat. [ laughter ] [ applause ] delicious.
>> steve: and nutritious. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, rosh hashanah for sounding less like a jewish holiday and more like something adam sandler would say. [ impersonating adam sandler ] rosh hashanah. rosh hashanah. [ normal voice ] that's my man, the sand man. i love that dude. ♪ thank you, dandelion for being a type of prairie weed and not a flamboyant jungle animal. [ laughter ] >> steve: roar. >> jimmy: roar? >> steve: i beg your pardon, is there a gazelle around here i can eat perhaps? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: of course i'm king of the jungle, >> steve: yeah, yeah, yeah. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, the french
magazine that published topless photos of kate middleton, for not doing the same thing to her younger sister pippa, because the world's not ready for a pic of a pippa nippa slippa. [ laughter ] >> steve: whoa! [ applause ] a pippa nippa slippa? >> jimmy: that's correct. gosh. ♪ thank you, golf, for being the best way to get drunk while walking. [ laughter ] there you go, guys. those are my "thank you notes." we'll be right back with "night new now." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. now it's time to take a look at the news of the now, the news of today and the news of the now. it's time for "night news now." ♪ >> steve: tonight, donald trump shares his thoughts on "here comes honey boo boo." >> well i just think the show is fantastic and amazing people. >> steve: bryan cranston says, [ goofy laughing ] >> steve: and justin timberlake talks about losing his virginity. >> i hope that it doesn't happen. [ laughter ] >> steve: it's time for "night news now." >> jimmy: hello, and let's see what's happening. marc anthony impressed the crowd at the dnc with his rendition of the national anthem. although some considered it a bold move to use his chewbacca voice. take a look. [ cheers and applause ] [ chewbacca singing ] ♪ [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: folks, as we all know, today is opposite day, so here to give the opposite day news report is correspondent brad fuller. brad? >> good-bye, jimmy. now tune out because i don't have a big story today. here it isn't. there was no fire in an apartment, none of the residents did not flee the building immediately. not a single firefighter did not arrive away from the different building where they did not never use their hoses to air off the ice cold flames. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: is that all, brad? >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: great. thank you. in office news -- [ cheers and applause ] in office news, there's been a suspicious smell on the seventh floor, so we sent our investigative reporter craig whitman to take a closer look. >> something reeks on the seventh floor and it's not what you think. unless what you think is that
it's the chemically infused butter on top of burnt microwave popcorn. but the question on everyone's mind is, "what clumsy colleague overcooked their kernels in the company kitchen?" well, we set our investigation on high for two and a half minutes in hopes that we might sniff out this reprehensible redenbacher. [ light laughter ] we set up a sting operation in the hope that we could bag this salty individual the moment he or she popped up. and soon enough she did. her name is rachel kline, and she works in the research department. little did she know, we were about to research her. rachel kline, craig whitman. are you the one that burnt the microwave popcorn in the kitchen earlier? >> yes. >> gotcha. [ laughter ]
are you going to put a graphic over my face? [ slams ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, craig. and now for your stock report, let's send it over to our stock correspondent derek pepper. derek? >> thank you, jimmy. [ light laughter ] stocks surged after the fed pledged to buy $40 billion of mortgage-backed securities in the third round of qe-3. we'll keep you posted on the updates as they come in. back to you, jimmy. >> jimmy: thank you, derek, but please take that goofy thing off. this is a news show. [ laughter ] [ applause ] thank you. folks, today i'm joined by health and fitness specialist allison craiger, who studies on a well-balanced diet and it's effect on long-lasting life have earned her accolades in the health community -- including back-to-back gayle w. perkins awards and
gayle w. perkins awards and we're honored to have her here today. now allison, it is true you say that carrot juice can actually help you live longer? >> yes. >> jimmy: terrific. thank you, allison. [ laughter ] now, time to find out what people on the street think in this next segment called "what the people think." ♪ >> i think it's really good. >> i think it's really bad. >> i think it's okay. ♪ >> jimmy: and that's what people think. [ applause ] folks, this was just handed to me. and finally -- [ laughter ] [ applause ] [ laughter ] [ cheers ]
finally, bill clinton helped to propel obama's lead with his powerful speech at the dnc. [ laughter ] while we don't know how clinton will affect the election, we do know that this is what he would look like if his face were turned upside down. >> we are here to nominate a president. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was "night news now." stick around. be right back with jake gyllenhaal. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ people keep asking me if that lady in the viva commercial is really my mother. they keep asking me if the dirty guy is really my son. huh -- what do you tell 'um? holy smokes, these viva towels really are tough, even when wet! [ mike ] for the record, that's my real father, cleaning up a real mess on a real grill. see? very impressive! you're a natural.
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in a new cop movie called "end of watch," which opens everywhere today. please welcome back to our show, jake gyllenhaal! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you can't beat it. jake gyllenhaal, my man. >> yes. >> jimmy: you look great. thank you for coming back. >> thank you very much for having me. >> jimmy: we love having you here. >> i got, "the watcher." yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> all right. >> jimmy: yeah, you got that. >> all right, yes. >> jimmy: that's pretty good, right? >> really good. >> jimmy: jake, this is a big day for you. [ cheers ] a little ruckus out there. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. you started the ruckus. everywhere you go, you start a little bit of a ruckus. >> a little bit of a ruckus. >> jimmy: yeah. a big day for you, my man. congratulations. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you have this great movie "end of watch" coming out this weekend. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: but you're also in an off-broadway play -- >> yes. >> jimmy: that's called "if
there is, i haven't found it yet." >> that's right, yeah. >> jimmy: it's getting killer reviews. both the movie and the play are getting insane reviews. [ cheers and applause ] you in particular, my friend. >> no, no, no. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> no, no, really. [ laughter ] no, no, no. >> jimmy: you must be feeling good. >> yeah. i know. it's been a good couple of days. yeah, it feels good, yeah. >> jimmy: do you read those reviews? >> no. in fact, i got an ordinance from my sister to tell me to not read any of the reviews. >> jimmy: ever or now? >> now. right now. >> jimmy: whoa, that's always usually bad news, though. >> no, no, no. it's because she says -- when you're doing a play, you know, it's still happening. you know, you can still change things. you can do things, so people's opinions not as -- >> jimmy: oh, that's interesting. >> but when you're making a movie, it's done. so -- >> jimmy: you can -- >> i'm reading all the movie ones. good. >> but, yeah. >> jimmy: you got this guy going. >> yeah. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: you got a decent beard. decent beard you got there. >> yeah, and it's not real. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you wore a fake beard on our show? >> i wear it all over the place, man. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why? because it looks real?
>> it's just such a good -- i thought it was a good idea at first. at first, i like -- i glue it on every day and it was fun. [ light laughter ] now it's just so much work to just glue it on. >> jimmy: and take the glue off. >> and take it off at night. >> jimmy: you can't eat like chili and stuff. >> no. >> jimmy: you get like chili stuck in your beard? >> no, i can still eat chili. >> jimmy: you can do chili? >> yeah, i can still eat chili. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i would say doing a play would be -- for me, i could never do it. first of all, i'd laugh in the middle. >> that's not true at all. you can totally do a play. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: based on nothing. >> based on absolutely no knowledge -- >> jimmy: no knowledge of my acting. thank you. but opening night, here it is. >> you were amazing in "almost famous." come on now. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: thank you. >> you could easily be in a play. >> jimmy: yes. but opening night comes for the broadway play. >> yes. >> jimmy: does everyone come to opening night? mom? >> mom, sister, dad. >> jimmy: sister, dad. they all came? >> they all came, yeah. >> jimmy: i don't like that. >> you don't like that? >> jimmy: no. my first show here, my mom came, my sister, my aunt, my dad, my
people i didn't know. [ laughter ] no, i'd rather people i didn't know because that's a lot of pressure. it's like, "you can't wait till the second week?" because i'm sitting here doing a talk show, and i don't know how to do it. and i'm sweating to death, stuttering and stuff. and you can tell they were just fake laughing. [ light laughter ] my mom was like, "that was great. isn't he fantastic? isn't he handsome?" "mom, stop that." [ laughter ] >> yeah, my mom's like, "no matter what they say, you were fantastic." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: doesn't matter what they say. >> no matter what. they're all wrong, i'm right. of course. she's my mom. but yeah, no, they do. they give me really good advice. i mean, my sister had actually come before, and my mother had too, and my brother-in-law, too. and you know, my sister is an actress, my brother-in-law's an actor. my mother's a screenwriter so everybody has notes to give me at different times. and i actually -- i like it. because they're not very judgmental. you know, they can give me some ideas. and they did. and it really helped. >> jimmy: they didn't just say you were great, they gave you good stuff. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: that's good. >> they were like, "stop putting putting the beard on."
and i was like, "i'm not going to do that." [ laughter ] [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: that's half my character. like, i'm playing the character. i'm playing the role of paul bunyan. [ laughter ] i mean, what am i supposed to do? the man has a beard. i'm playing the brawny paper towel guy. [ laughter ] >> it's the truth. >> jimmy: what do you want me to do? [ laughter ] >> it's the three musketeers, don't you know, ma? geez. >> jimmy: it does look good. whatever you do, it looks good. i've got to say -- but you do not have a beard or hair, i would say, you shaved your head for the police officer movie. >> yes. >> jimmy: and i've seen a bunch of police officer movies, and this one is like, as gritty as it gets. this is -- you did such a great job. so does -- who directed this? >> david ayer. >> jimmy: man, he did a great job. >> he wrote "training day." and yeah, yeah -- >> jimmy: it's gritty, it is -- but also, it shows the partners,
too, like cops, you're partners with each other. it's you and michael driving around. kind of like you just have to talk to each other all day. >> yeah, well we spent five months on the streets with police officers. like inglewood pd, sheriff's department, lapd -- maybe two or three times a week. yeah, so we became friends through that. but, yeah. i mean, we wanted to make it as authentic as possible and the only way to do that is actually through experience all the things that the a police officer does in training and on the street and get as close to it as we could. so, michael pena and i spent, you know -- not the shortest six months, you know, preparing for the movie that we shot in 22 days. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah, we shot it in 22 days. >> jimmy: and i've got to say -- those scenes where you're with the gang members -- >> yeah. >> just seem so real. >> well, they are for real. those are all -- yeah. >> jimmy: what? >> those are all gangsters, yeah. >> jimmy: wait, you hung out with gang members in the movie? >> yeah! [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: i hang out with these dudes. this is who i hang out with. [ cheers ] that's how our lives are different. you hang out with gang members. wait. cast them in the movie or -- >> some of them, yeah, are actors in the movie. and then we also had a scene in the movie, there's one scene that's specifically like a party. and it's like -- they were all gangsters at this party that allowed us into their party to shoot. but by the end of the party, like nobody really cared that we're making a movie any more. so, everyone would just sort of leave. like, there were like, fights breaking out and then people
would just leave. they weren't good extras, they actually sucked. [ laughter ] but it was okay because we were okay with them sucking. >> jimmy: you do what you've got to do. [ talking over each other ] >> by the end we were like filling in, like, people like putting like, crew members in like gangster outfits to fill in spots when all the real gangsters had left. >> jimmy: no wonder why, i was watching it, this is just unbelievable. >> it's for real, yeah. >> jimmy: it's really good. it's intensive. it's also like, a little humorous when you guys are just talking and you're making fun of each other. and you know -- >> that's the whole movie. the whole movie is in the car with the two of us. we shot all that in a day and a half, all those scenes. >> jimmy: really? >> me and mike just, like, giving each other crap. and that's the heart of the movie. that's the reason why we did it. >> jimmy: yeah, you get to dive right into what it's like to be
a police officer. it's unbelievable. it's great. i want to show everyone the scene here from your movie, "end of watch." here's jake gyllenhaal and michael pena. [ gun shots ] [ chaotic noises ] >> reload! >> partner! >> dude. >> partner! [ baby crying ] bro, you okay? [ coughing ] >> yeah. >> you think people in the army -- [ coughing ] >> we can't hold them off, we've got to beat the fire pivot. >> what the [ bleep ] does that mean, dude? >> we're shooting our way out of here, bro. >> you think we can go? >> yeah, we got these, [ bleep ], homie. he ain't going nowhere. >> look at me, all right? look at me. on three, dude. you're going to empty your mag and run. >> okay. >> you ready? >> okay! >> one, two, three! >> jimmy: oh. [ cheers and applause ] it's intense. one, two, three. congrats on all the great reviews. >> thank you. >> jimmy: we love you so much, buddy. jake gyllenhaal. [ cheers and applause ] go see "end of watch." it opens everywhere today! penny marshall joins us next. see you after the break, you guys! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ yeah!!! whoa!!!!
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yes our way make all our dreams come true ♪ ♪ for me and you >> jimmy: the best! >> hey, roots. i'm so happy to finally have you on the show because you know how much i love you so much. you're my favorite -- >> and i love you. >> jimmy: -- one of my favorite people on earth. >> i've known you for quite a while. >> jimmy: and just so fun. this book is great. like, what made you do this? >> well to a, to prove i'm fine and alive. >> jimmy: yeah, what was that, by the way? that was -- >> well, i was sick in 2009. so they -- the rags keep writing this crap. so, not good. i'm fine. >> jimmy: yeah, thank god. [ cheers and applause ] >> so, i figured, "my brother did two books, so i'll give it a shot." >> jimmy: your brother, garry marshall -- i love his books. those are one of the first books i read when i went out to hollywood -- when i went to, like, try to make it in the
business. "wake me when it's funny." >> well, wake anyone when it's funny. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. if it's funny. yeah, absolutely. but this is great, and i love the stories and all the cool photos in there. it's so cute. you wanted to be a dancer, right? >> no, i didn't want to be a dancer. >> jimmy: with that outfit? come on. >> my mother taught dancing school in the cellar of our apartment building in the bronx. >> jimmy: yeah. how cute. >> so she made us. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean, that's -- but she made you dress up and do the dances. >> yes. >> jimmy: see? well, you are a good dancer. so then, your brother went into -- and your sister -- >> my sister tapped and my brother plays the drums. but they left when i was 8. so, i was left with my parents who hated each other. >> jimmy: as parents do. >> i got the brunt of it all. and they went to college and all that. >> jimmy: and you turned out the way you turned out. just kickin' butt. i mean, come on. just flip through some of these awesome -- [ cheers and applause ] you killed it! you know, i was watching this recently. you know all the great physical comedy you did on the show? i mean -- >> yes. >> jimmy: they don't do it
anymore. you did amazing physical comedy. >> my brother would say, "could you put her on your shoulders and twirl a baton?" yeah, okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: one, they were showing a clip of you guys -- i think you were staying -- you were in the bahamas or something. there was a hurricane going through the room. >> oh, it was not quite south of the border. remember, it was family hour back then. >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> and you couldn't say where we were and with the n-word. so, it was not quite south of the border and there were no walls, so a hurricane came. >> jimmy: so, it was just wind blowing through the room. and you guys are holding on the thing. someone's flipping under the bed. it was like a chaplin movie. i watched it. i go, "oh, my gosh. this is just brilliant." >> no, and actually, people were there watching it. and spielberg, who was there, who's a friend of mine. he said, "that would've taken me weeks to shoot. you did it in 15 minutes." >> jimmy: you did it in 15 minutes. >> in front of an audience. you could do that here. >> jimmy: i could try to do it here, but not as good as you. [ cheers and applause ] >> you do funny physical. >> jimmy: amazing. so, you do "laverne & shirley." and then, you're just killing it on there. you're just so adorable and
everyone loves you. then you go, "i want to start directing." >> i didn't say i wanted to. >> jimmy: well, people asked you to? >> somebody asked me. yeah. he asked me. >> jimmy: yeah. who gave you the script again? jim -- >> jim brooks gave me the script, yeah. >> jimmy: jim brooks gave you the script. the movie was "big." there it is. [ cheers and applause ] we love his films. first of many awesome films. but tom hanks -- in the book, it says was not the first guy. >> no, he turned it down. >> jimmy: he turned down "big." >> he turned it down. kevin costner, randy quaid -- those were the hotties at the time. >> jimmy: yeah. robert de niro. >> everybody else turned it down. >> jimmy: yeah. >> 'cause there were two other movies, "like father like son" and vice versa, that were before us. >> jimmy: i remember that. yeah, yeah. >> and -- so, everyone turned it down. as well as a bunch of directors. but i don't read those papers, so i don't know. so, i go, "who's not going to say no? who's different?" sean penn said, "want to wait eight years?" because he was too young. >> jimmy: "you want to wait eight years? i'll do it in eight years." sean penn. >> 'cause he was too young. he wouldn't have grown up -- >> jimmy: but then de niro?
>> so, i thought, "what about bobby d.?" i knew bobby d. >> jimmy: yeah. >> de niro. and i know he's funny. who's in every comedy right now? >> jimmy: oh, robert de niro. >> okay. >> jimmy: but back in the day, no one would ever cast him in a comedy. >> but i knew he was funny. >> jimmy: isn't that funny the way it works like that? >> and i'd pay to see him dance on a piano. >> jimmy: of course i would, yeah. but the studio did not want it. >> oh, no, and they wouldn't pay him. and then, that article came out how much chevy was making and john candy and tom cruise and all that. and so, bobby got a little -- >> jimmy: so, then -- >> then, when bobby said yes, now everyone wanted to do it. so tom came back. >> jimmy: tom came back and boy, was it -- >> and i knew tom from "bosom buddies." i knew tom from "bosom buddies." >> jimmy: i mean, how fun is that? >> i did every show on the paramount lot. >> jimmy: isn't that great? i mean, you got to read these stories. this is just fascinating. >> -- play yourself. do i talk any different than i ever did? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you haven't changed one bit. >> i ain't doing to shakespeare in the park. this is the way i talk. i'm from the bronx. that's what i do. >> jimmy: that's what you do,
yeah. and then, the next thing you're doing is a documentary? "i'm a man"? this happening? >> yeah. >> jimmy: this is my man, dennis rodman, right there with you and him. you were on a motorcycle with him dressed as a cop. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i love this. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i want to be at this party. what is this? [ laughter ] >> this is actually chris mullin, who has been on your show. this is when the bulls beat the pacers for the eastern conference champions. so, i went to meet dennis and went off on his motorcycle. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what is happening? what are you gonna do? what else are you gonna do? what else are you gonna do? >> you roll with it. you roll with it. [ applause ] you guys, this is one of the most fun humans ever. >> please buy this so, you know my life and -- >> jimmy: if you don't read this book, kindle it. yeah, you got to read this. [ cheers and applause ] too many fun things that she did. she's just the coolest. i love you so much. we have people on. i know you're always fun. you're always down for a game. would you like to play a game with me? >> what kind of game? >> jimmy: password. >> i probably did the original show. that's how depressing -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's do it. when we come back, penny and i are playing password! it's gonna be fun! come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ now, that's what i call a test drive.
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san diego. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: shaft, he's a sexy -- >> steve: shut your mouth. >> jimmy: i'm just talking about shaft. [ light laughter ] just talking about shaft. >> steve: to my left is the host of "late night with jimmy fallon," mr. jimmy fallon. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> this is amber from west des moines. and we're all here to play password! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: i'm your host steve higgins. the rules of the game are very simple. >> jimmy: oh. >> steve: i will give you a password. >> yeah. >> steve: then, each of you have to give one-word clue, one word only -- >> got it. >> jimmy: -- to your partner to guess the password. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> this game is 1,000 years old. [ laughter ] >> steve: -- each time you pass it, take away one point. remember, no part of the word can be used. and blah, blah, blah. and if it's illegal -- judges, you're gonna hear this -- [ buzzer ] >> what if you just sort of make up a word? >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: you can make up a word. live it up. >> all right. >> steve: live long and prosper. >> here we go. i'm younger than betty white. that's the only thing. >> steve: there you go. >> jimmy: much younger. >> steve: all right, any questions? >> jimmy: yeah, i was just wondering -- >> steve: anyway --
>> where'd you get that tie? >> steve: it's a beautiful tie. [ laughter ] >> the password is -- >> jimmy: okay, here we go. ready? >> no, i'm not. >> steve: penny, you're going to go first. >> jimmy: okay. >> okay. >> steve: got it? >> mcdonald's? >> fast food. >> steve: ooh. [ laughter ] >> oh, shaft. >> steve: shut your mouth. >> jimmy: hot. [ laughter ] >> coffee. >> steve: no. >> jimmy: one word. >> sandwich. >> jimmy: burger. ham -- oh! [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] [ sad tuba ] >> steve: hoisted by your own facade. >> jimmy: we got points for that.
i screwed it up. i said the word. i said the word! >> i think charades is the universal -- >> steve: well, there you go. >> the password is -- >> steve: shaft, we're going to start with you. >> go, shaft. oh, let me look again. >> horse. >> buggy? [ laughter ] >> stripes. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: zebra. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you know what i thought it was? i thought it -- i was thinking fruit striped gum. that's three words -- >> fruit striped gum? >> steve: and who sells it? the zebra. fruit striped zebra. >> no, i thought horse and buggy 'cause we're in new york. >> the password is -- >> steve: you're gonna start, jimmy. >> jimmy: okay, here we go. coin. >> toss. [ light laughter ] >> name. [ laughter ] name. >> penny. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> steve: oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: it's a tie game. >> steve: it's a barn burner. >> jimmy: all right. 5-5, we're tied. >> steve: there you go. partners -- >> the password is -- >> steve: amber's gonna go. >> we don't listen or we can't hear. >> jimmy: here we go. >> steve: let's see some iowa pride. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: ready? >> ready. apple. >> jimmy: come on. [ laughter ] orange. [ laughter ] >> steve: no. >> sell. >> apple sell? [ light laughter ] ipad? [ audience ohs ] >> steve: no. amber? don't blow this, fallon! >> ring. >> jimmy: smartphone! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] woo! i stole that from you.
>> steve: there you go. >> that's two words! >> jimmy: i stole that. >> the password is -- >> steve: penny we're going to start with you. we're gonna go with this. >> jimmy: okay. you can't point it. >> steve: you can't point it. >> jimmy: oh, i can't point either. >> cashews. >> peanuts. [ laughter ] >> steve: penny, you can't hit that. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: i got this. all right. >> steve: speaking of shaft, it's your clue. [ laughter and applause ] woo! >> jimmy: pecans. >> nuts. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> he got half of it right. >> steve: this is the last clue. >> jimmy: all right. nuts wasassword is --
part of it. >> jimmy: shaft -- me and penny, one more time? >> oh, god. >> jimmy: go for it. >> steve: jimmy, you start. >> jimmy: oh, i start? >> steve: yep, you start. >> jimmy: okay, man. say what? [ laughter ] hawaii. >> pineapple. [ light laughter ] >> instrument. >> ukulele. >> jimmy: oh! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: oh! oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: the champ, penny marshall. you got the win right there. that was it. ukulele, instrument. [ cheers and applause ] penny marshall! "my mother was nuts" is in stores right now. bobby womack featuring damon albarn and richard russell perform after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: coming up next week -- jerry seinfeld, ricky gervais, sofia vergara, and the cast of "guys with kids."
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: our next guest is an r&b legend who recently released "the bravest man in the universe," his first album of original material in 18 years. he's joined tonight by damon albarn and richard russell and their band to perform the title track from it. please welcome bobby womack! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ >> listen to me. the world is in a ball of confusion. happiness is just an illusion. ♪ you know, it seems like the more you give. the more they want. the more you do, the more they don't. ♪ ♪ shame on me shame on you ♪ ♪ it's up to us in what we say and what we do ♪ ♪ when you stay in the sun stay in the sun much too long ♪ ♪ when you try to find the shade
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