tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC July 3, 2013 12:35am-1:36am PDT
i really messed up ♪ ♪ where have you been i needed you then where were you then it's all your fault ♪ ♪ where have you been but i'm glad i found you tell me what to do it's all your fault ♪ ♪ where have you been oh baby, baby, baby make this right where have you been ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: the-dream with kelly rowland. nice job. thank you, man. nice job. good work. >> thank you, thank you. >> jay: that was beautiful. thank you so much. thank you. thank you. thank you. i want to thank my guests, bradley cooper, heidi klum and the-dream with kelly rowland. tomorrow night, eric stonestreet, but jimmy fallon happening right now. jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
that's what i'm talking about. that's a great new york city crowd right there. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. thank you so much. you guys feeling good? [ cheers and applause ] here's what people are talking about, you guys. this is crazy. it turns out the senate's new immigration bill that's been in the news, it's over 1,000 pages long. some critics say the bill is too long for the average american to read before it's approved, while some senators are saying that's the point. [ laughter ] 1,000 pages long, weighs over 24 pounds. doesn't sound like an immigration bill. it sounds like a menu at the cheesecake factory. [ laughter ] some more political news. everyone is still talking about this big government surveillance scandal. and in a recent interview, president obama rejected comparisons between himself and dick cheney. so, obama admitted there's at least one similarity. both have experience being president. [ laughter and applause ]
the new superman movie, "man of steel" -- you guys see this movie? [ cheers and applause ] fantastic movie, yeah. it just came out, and it's made more money from product placement than any movie in history. you can see superman, he's using gillette razors. he's drinking capri suns. [ light laughter ] but there's one part of the movie -- i don't know if you guys saw this. i thought it was a bit obvious. i don't know. take a look. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: took me out of the movie for a second. something's not right. [ applause ] some tech news. it's rumored that facebook is coming out with a new video feature for instagram, which is cool 'cause now your facebook friends can post all types of videos of their babies, cats, baby cats, cat babies, cats with babies, babies dressed as cats,
cats that look like a baby and babies. [ laughter ] this is great. we have a video here. this is cbs news. i love cbs news. well, sometimes, they have viewers participate in polls and then show the results on the air. and usually, i like these things. but one of the recent poll questions has got to be one of the most boring things a tv show has ever asked. look at this. ♪ >> jimmy: do you have magnets on your refrigerator? [ laughter ] ♪ i love that it's called "the pulse" too, yeah. [ light laughter ] i'm amazed that people who answer that poll actually have a pulse. [ laughter ] "how many magnets on our fridge? four?" "three to five." [ light laughter ] this is interesting. a new study found that volunteering can actually reduce risk of heart problems. which would be awesome news if it didn't also reduce the risk of having a fun saturday. [ laughter ] i'm want to watch the game. i don't want to -- [ scattered applause ] check this out. scientists in new york are
getting ready to move a 15-ton electrode magnet more than 3,000 miles to a lab in illinois. which explains that new cbs poll -- how many refrigerators do you have on your giant magnet? [ laughter and applause ] three to seven? [ cheers and applause ] and finally, dunkin' donuts or as i like to call it, funkin' gonuts. >> oh, yeah! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: tell me what you're twerking with. yeah. [ light laughter ] so, finally, dunkin' donuts, or as i like to call it, funkin' gonuts. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> donuts! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: finally, dunkin' donuts -- [ laughter ] >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: or as i like to call it, funkin' gonuts. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> donuts! >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] finally, dunkin' donuts -- [ laughter ] -- is redesigning its stores so that customers will want to sit down and relax. this is one thing that goes through my mind when i see dunkin' donuts customers is, "these people need to move around less." [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: that's right. very nice. [ cheers and applause ] oh, yeah. oh, yeah. this is fun right here. i got to talk about this book right here. questlove has a new book out right now, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ "mo' meta blues: the world according to questlove," it came out today. it is fantastic. great cover, by the way. i like this. >> questlove: thank you. >> jimmy: a little shout-out to
milton glaser. >> questlove: yeah. >> jimmy: you got stuff in here about stevie wonder, kiss, jay-z, prince, all these fun stories and basically how quest became quest, basically. >> questlove: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> questlove: how i became me. >> jimmy: yeah, how -- yeah. how you became you. congrats, buddy. that's great. "mo' meta blues," everybody. pick this up. [ cheers and applause ] "mo' meta." "mo' meta." [ applause ] look how happy you are on the back there. [ laughter ] that's the photo you chose? what happened there? somebody just -- someone stole one of your albums? you're in the bin right there. [ laughter ] >> questlove: yeah, i don't know. it was cold. >> jimmy: it was cold. yeah, yeah, yeah. it was cold there. we got a fun show tonight. he's a legendary comedian. i love it -- and even just running into the man or seeing him anywhere. i would watch him go shopping. [ light laughter ] i would follow him around. he's the funniest human. >> steve: he's hilarious. >> jimmy: and he's going to do some stand-up on our show. >> steve: oh, come on! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: when does that happen?
the legendary jerry seinfeld is here! [ cheers and applause ] the greatest. >> steve: come on. [ applause ] >> jimmy: plus, our video game week continues with the demo of the sony playstation 4. this is the -- this is the one. [ cheers and applause ] and they got a new game called knack. oh, i'm going to show you the new game, it's like -- it's crazy. processors and graphics are, like, ten times better than the ps3. but everyone's talking about it. you'll see the new controllers. and the game is super fun. and i hope i don't screw it up, but i think it's fun. and then, we have music from ice cube! >> steve: what? [ cheers and applause ] ice cube does the music. >> jimmy: ice cube -- >> steve: jerry seinfeld's going to do stand-up. >> jimmy: and ice cube is going to -- >> steve: nuts. >> jimmy: -- yeah, rap. >> steve: funkin' gonuts. >> jimmy: you know what i -- funkin' gonuts. ♪ no, no, i can't. [ laughter ] [ audience aws ] >> steve: come on! [ cheers and applause ]
♪ >> oh, yeah! donuts! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: by the way, i want to thank at&t for sponsoring video game week. we couldn't do it without those guys. [ cheers and applause ] at&t has taken care of us the whole week. it's going to be a fun show tonight. you know, what's on the show is so much fun. it's best job in the world. i love it. but sometimes i can get -- i get a little stressed. so, every now and then, i like to go up to the roof and just blow off some steam. it really helps. let me show what i'm talking about. take a look. [ yodeling ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. hey, guys, last night was game three of the nhl stanley cup finals between the chicago blackhawks and the boston bruins. now, as you know, after the finals, they give out most valuable player award. but they also give out these smaller awards for all sorts of things. some kind of like they used to do in high school yearbooks, like most likely to succeed, class clown, stuff like that.
so, with that in mind, it's time for "late night superlatives." here we go. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i just want to say before we start this, some of these hockey players' names are a little tough to pronounce, but i'm going to do my best. >> steve: go for it. >> jimmy: first player is nathan horton. that's pretty easy. [ laughter ] it's actually pronounced nay-thon. [ light laughter ] >> steve: nay-thon hor-ton. >> jimmy: nathan horton -- he was voted most likely to go as a sexy devil for halloween. [ laughter ] that's the same thing. same costume every year. [ applause ] patrick sharp was voted most likely to stare at his reflection in the ice. he's a good-looking man. [ applause ] michael frolik was voted most likely to be the love child of jack black and ashton kutcher. [ cheers and applause ] i can see that one. michal handzus was voted most likely to have just realized he forgot to clear the internet history on his wife's laptop. [ laughter and applause ]
daniel carcillo was voted most likely to be a golden retriever stuck in a man's body. [ laughter ] where's the puck? where's the puck? where's the puck? dave bolland was voted most likely to pick his nose at a red light. [ laughter ] that's interesting. brad marchand was voted most likely to make you a pizza in 1983. [ laughter and applause ] marcus kruger was voted most likely to call his father "father." [ laughter ] chris kelly was voted most likely to have a best friend named beavis. [ laughter and applause ] heh, heh. heh, heh. dougie hamilton was voted most likely to have a best friend named butthead. [ laughter ] heh, heh, cool. >> jimmy: johnny oduya was voted most kravitz-y. [ laughter ] kaspars daugavins was voted most likely to yell "cookies" after scoring a goal. [ laughter ]
and finally, milan lucic was voted most likely to be jimmy fallon turning into the hulk but then stopping five seconds later. [ laughter ] there you have it, guys. that was "late night superlatives." [ cheers and applause ] he does look like me a bit, yeah. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: well, guys, as you know, it's video game week here on our show, and one of my favorite video games is "world of warcraft." it's one of the biggest video games of all time and has millions of loyal players all around the world. so, to celebrate the game and its users, we put together a music video. here's "we are the world -- of warcraft." [ laughter ] ♪ ♪
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>> thank you. very nice. [ cheers and applause ] very nice. nice. it's nice. thank you very much. good night! that's all the time we have. thank you very much. nice to see you. hope you're feeling good. tuesday. sunday was father's day. i'm a father. three little kids. it's a beautiful thing. [ cheers and applause ] but let us make no mistake. about why -- why are the babies coming here? babies. we hear about 'em. we see them. they're everywhere. they're constantly coming. why? they are here to replace us! [ laughter ] that is their mission. their first words are "mama," "dada" and "bye-bye." [ laughter ] oh, we'll see who's wearing the diapers when this is all over. [ laughter ] and i like being a dad, but men
are not given the things that women have. women have instincts. the baby's born. the instincts kick in! when you're a man, nothing kicks in. [ laughter ] it was years into my children's lives, i see them staring at me from across the room like they were going to come over and say, "i'm sorry. is someone helping you?" [ laughter ] instincts. instincts. men have two domestic instincts. i'll give you two. one, the announcement of your return to the home at the end of each day with great fanfare and momentousness. "daddy's home!" this will change everything. [ laughter ] we expect family members to drop to their knees and weep at their good fortune. [ laughter ] they do not. they know once your jacket is off, that concludes your involvement with anyone or anything in the house. [ laughter ]
the only thing ever heard about dad in the house is, "where is your father?" [ laughter ] he's under the car, he's on the roof, he's in the basement, he's in the shed. we saw him at the wedding. that's the last we know of his whereabouts. [ laughter ] golf. [ applause ] okay. so, the u.s. open ended sunday. golf is the ultimate avoidance activity for the dysfunctional dad. [ light laughter ] a game so nonsensically difficult, so pointless, so irrationally time-consuming, the word "golf" itself could only stand for "get out, leave family." [ laughter ] and i have a lot of friends -- [ applause ] -- that love to play, trying to get me to play. all golfers say the same thing to you. "it's a very challenging game." i'm sure it is. it's challenging trying to throw a tic tac 100 yards into a shoebox. [ laughter ] that's not a reason -- [ laughter ] -- to devote thousands of hours
to a game that even at its highest skill level is basically, whack, "where is it? oh, damn it." [ laughter and applause ] i like the end of golf when they whisper. they whisper. the last putt. i like when the whole thing comes down to one putt. the pressure miniature golf putt. and you're watching at home, and you're going, "i made that same shot with a windmill one time." [ laughter ] had to get it into a tunnel and then down a ramp. but they whisper. i don't know why they whisper in golf. other sports, people are screaming. objects are going 90 miles an hour. golf, you have a stationary object, manicured lawn, blue sky, 72 degrees. would you shut up?! [ laughter ] i'm trying to tap it! [ laughter ] people whisper in golf because there's a lot of rich people around. rich people make people -- [ whispering ] "a lot of money." [ laughter ]
"there's a lot of money around." [ laughter ] certain things make people whisper. rich people make people whisper. black people can make people whisper. [ laughter ] "who do i talk to?" [ whispering ] "you talk to the black guy." [ laughter ] cancer makes people whisper. "do they know what it is?" [ whispering ] "might be cancer." [ laughter ] tipping makes people whisper. [ whispering ] "did you tip? did you give a tip?" [ laughter ] "how much did you tip?" [ applause ] sexual attractiveness makes people whisper. [ whispering ] "she was so hot." [ laughter ] so, if you're a rich, hot black guy with cancer and you leave a tip before putting, you can hear a pin drop. [ cheers and applause ] thank you very much. ♪ >> jimmy: more with jerry seinfeld when we get back after the break, everybody. come on back.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. we're hanging out with jerry seinfeld, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for doing that. >> great. the roots. [ whispering ] >> jimmy: yeah, you don't have to whisper. they can you -- don't have to whisper. thank you for being here. we love having you here all the time. >> it's great to be here on "fallon." that's what it is. >> jimmy: "late night." >> no. >> jimmy: "-- with jimmy fallon." >> only to you is it that. nobody -- what do you think i said today to people? i said, "i'm going on a show." "what show are you going on?" what do you think i said? "oh, i'm going on late show night --" i'm going on "fallon"! it's "fallon." you call the show of the guy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. >> so, when you move to "the tonight show" -- and congratulations on "the tonight show." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very, very much. it's an honor. >> but it's not "the tonight show." >> jimmy: no, it's not. >> you know what it is?
it's "fallon." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's going to be -- >> when i do that show, and i hope to be asked. >> jimmy: please. >> you know what i'm going to say i'm doing that night? i'm on "fallon." >> jimmy: you're not on "the tonight show." >> you're not on "the tonight show." you're on "fallon." >> jimmy: it's the name. >> every comic -- it's just the guy. i'm on "carson," i'm on "leno," i'm on "kimmel." we don't know the names of the shows. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] it's just confusing. it's confusing to me, too. >> you guys roll into this political -- "i got this show." we don't care. >> jimmy: no. [ laughter ] [ talking over each other ] >> fallon! whoever the guy is, that's the show. >> jimmy: that's the show. >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right, i like that. good. >> well, just so you know. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm happy to be taking over "fallon." >> yeah. >> jimmy: perfect that i fit in that. >> that was funny! >> jimmy: thank you. [ laughter ] you're very funny on -- i got to say also -- on twitter. >> yeah. thank you. >> jimmy: do you find that work? >> a little bit. i don't mind it. i don't feel obligated, like you -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> -- who is on there quite seriously. >> jimmy: yeah, i do -- yeah. i put a lot of -- yeah. at least two tweets a day.
>> two tweets a day. they say doctors say that's all you need. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you had a hashtag that made me laugh. >> yeah. >> jimmy: hashtag -- it was # hatingonrearwindowfamilystickers . >> yeah, those -- i don't know why they want us to know what's in their minivan. [ laughter ] just the fact -- the minivan is already more than we wanted to know about you. >> jimmy: yeah. >> okay? so i don't need to know it's two lesbians, a malamute and a korean kid or -- [ laughter ] you know what i mean? just -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's too much -- you don't need to know. >> no. i can't believe a little stick-on decal would make me want to put a car bomb under a honda odyssey. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it is ridiculous stuff. yeah. i don't -- >> we don't care. >> jimmy: we don't care. >> no. >> jimmy: we don't need to see calvin urinating on a logo. [ laughter ] >> right. >> jimmy: why would you do that? >> why? yeah. >> jimmy: you don't need to do that. how is the family, by the way? >> my family is good. i have three kids, as i mentioned. one of the difficult adjustments
for kids, to me, has been their concept of entertainment. there's nothing that does not entertain them. does not. >> jimmy: yeah, everything entertains. >> everything -- but no kid has ever said, "i found that unwatchable." [ laughter ] you know? "i found it derivative, formulaic." no, they love everything. which is why the circus is still with us. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> because no one is taking the time to go, "we're not enjoying this." you know? the clowns -- >> jimmy: spraying the seltzer. >> yeah, the clowns are funny. i'm going to say that as a comedian. the clowns are funny, but no one is laughing because we know that deep underneath all of that, there is a man who's not right. [ laughter ] who's not right. [ applause ] >> jimmy: he's not right. >> no. >> jimmy: no. yeah, we know that. we all know that. we're not saying anything. >> they don't know what the problem is. but when i see a clown, i just want to grab him and go, "stop lying." [ laughter ]
"start dealing. you got to wash your face, take in your pants. [ laughter ] face this -- you got to face life. you got to face it." >> jimmy: take in your pants. >> yes. the circus is not a solution. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what entertainment do you enjoy? do you like -- do you watch television? >> no. >> jimmy: you don't. >> no. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you don't like television. you don't watch things. >> what am i going to watch? "bachelor crocodiles getting botox in the storage unit on the way to the pawn shop." [ laughter ] i don't want to -- >> jimmy: in the storage unit. >> yes. >> jimmy: that's what tv has kind of become. >> i would watch "bachelor crocodiles." that's the show i want to -- >> jimmy: yeah, that'd be actually a good one. yeah, i would watch that. i would host that, actually. >> jimmy: the one thing i do have to say -- "comedians in cars getting coffee." it's back. season two. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: it's on crackle.com. >> yeah. now, crackle is the company that made the show happen. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i talked to them about it. this cool little group of people in the sony corporation. and they enabled me to make the show. and then, acura company came in,
and they took it from there. but that's the only reason that the show exists. i wanted to thank them. >> jimmy: it's just an idea that you had. and i remember -- >> it was an experiment. yeah, it was just an experiment. >> jimmy: but it's fantastic. you find -- do you find it fun? do you find it freeing >> i love it. i love it. >> jimmy: it's great. >> i love just talking to comedians and then making it into like this little video movie. i don't even really know what it is, but i love working on it. >> jimmy: and it's very much you because you love comedians and -- >> i love comedians. >> jimmy: and you love cars. >> i love cars. >> jimmy: and i'm assuming you love coffee. >> i love coffee, yes. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, that's what i'm saying. [ laughter ] >> so, i thought -- >> jimmy: yeah. so, what's the show, jerry? >> yeah. >> jimmy: so, but this season, you got chris rock. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you have david letterman. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: sarah silverman. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: it's hilarious. >> don rickles. >> jimmy: don rickles. >> yeah, who's just great. so much fun. >> jimmy: what car did you choose for him? >> a '59 cadillac, like a vegas -- rolling piece of las vegas in a car. >> jimmy: oh, i love it. yeah. it's perfect. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and how about letterman? >> letterman, we drove this
volvo race car station wagon. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, i can see that. yeah, yeah, that's good. >> and i brought the promo of the letterman show if you want to see it. >> jimmy: i would love to see that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: here we go. [ cheers and applause ] jerry seinfeld and david letterman. "comedians in cars getting coffee." take a look at this. >> oh, that's nice. that's so nice, isn't it? >> this is a treat for me. you're driving the paul newman volvo. >> yes! >> could have killed me, i guess. anybody know what a puffer is? has the board of health signed off on that? >> may i have two men, please? is gay marriage legal in connecticut? >> how did you know i like kettle corn? >> i had a feeling. >> he has a little toy whip, and he's whipping the baby. it's monkey! >> hey, bill. hey, randy. >> bill, randy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you guys got to check it out. jerry seinfeld. check out new episodes of "comedians in cars getting coffee," thursdays at noon on crackle.com. we'll have the demo of the ps4 when we come back. come on back, everybody.
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>> jimmy: it's video game week here at "late night," and i'm here with the chief system architect of the sony playstation 4 and director for the game, knack. mark cerny right there, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] now, sony finally revealed the ps4's physical console at the e3 convention last week. here it is right there. look at it. it looks slick. come on. >> well, it's the most powerful video game console ever made. we were targeting about ten times the performance of any previous systems. >> jimmy: ten times. really? i didn't think you could get better than ps3, but you can. ten times, i guess. [ laughter ] and now, let's talk about the controllers here. >> well, we revamped the controller. first-person shooters are very important to us, so we changed the feel of the triggers and made the joysticks more accurate. >> jimmy: and you got, like, a little touch pad. >> we have a little touch pad there. we added a share button so you can upload screenshots and videos of your favorite gameplay moments. >> jimmy: what do you mean? what does that mean? >> you just click it -- well, not now. but you click it and it's always recording the play. and -- >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah, and you sort of scan back and find the section you'd like everybody to see. >> jimmy: so, if you made like
an awesome move or something. like, "oh, i got to show somebody that." >> yeah. like three button clicks, and it's on youtube or ustream or facebook or whatever you want. >> jimmy: really? how fun is that? i love that. all right. very cool. and when does this come out now? >> so, this launching holiday this year. >> jimmy: yeah, and oh, it's a big story that everyone's talking about is this system is the only one where you can still play used games. >> we support used games. we don't require an internet connection. >> jimmy: that's pretty major, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] you can go to gamestop, pick up that stuff. let's check out -- let's talk about knack. >> all right, so knack is this game i'm directing. this is knack. he has the ability to grow large and transform. he can get quite large during the course of the game. kind of our homage to the stay puft marshmallow man. and depending on what knack picks up in the levels, he'll get different abilities. if he picks up transparent parts, he can become invisible or -- >> jimmy: so, here, he picked up lots. >> he picks up wood, and it got set on fire. and he's just playing the monster. he isn't really a monster. he laughs after this. he's just having fun. >> jimmy: but, i mean, he's -- so, it's almost like a -- yeah, he did laugh, yeah.
it's almost like a katamari kind type of thing? >> yeah, it's sort like crash bandicoot meets katamari damacy. so, it's a family-driven -- oh, sorry. a story-driven family adventure. here, the goblins have invaded a human city, and i'm repelling that invasion. >> jimmy: so, when you eat those crystals -- or you're not eating -- >> i can do some super moves if i suck up enough energy. i'll show you one of those. so, i have the basic physical attacks, and if the things get rough, then i can do a super move like this shockwave. >> jimmy: nice! wait, look at that water. are you kidding me? >> so, yes, it's very -- >> jimmy: it looks like real water. i know. i'm getting excited. >> it's very accessible. as system architect, i knew there would be some great core games. core gamer at launch. things like watchdogs and killzone and assassin's creed. but i wanted to be sure that there was something for the rest of the family as well. why don't you give it a shot? >> jimmy: i can give it a try? okay, here we go. here we go. >> so, the level you're playing is an ice scene level where you can pick up icicles here and get big very quickly. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah! look at that. all right. >> but conversely --
>> jimmy: whoa! i'm not doing this! can i run away from him? [ laughter ] all right. >> if you get hit, you don't take the damage. the icicles -- >> jimmy: yeah, what's up! [ cheers ] suck up these crystals here, and i come down there, suck up these crystals. and then, slippery ice, slippery ice. everyone chill out. everyone calm down. [ laughter ] all right, good. put on my yaktrax. >> so, the trick to the super moves -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> -- is just hitting circle twice when you get down there. >> jimmy: okay. >> when you get down there. >> jimmy: yes, thank you, sorry. >> stay close to them and -- >> jimmy: wow. this looks so cool. are you kidding me? >> the game is kind of a mash up between a pixar-style animated movie and character action game that's about a full-length cgi movie worth of narrative in here. >> jimmy: really? this is fantastic.
>> very story-driven. >> jimmy: yeah! this is awesome, mark. i can't thank you enough for this. this is so fun. [ cheers and applause ] ps4 comes out for the holidays? >> ps4 is launching this holiday. it's $399. >> jimmy: $399. >> knack is out with the hardware. >> jimmy: knack is out with hardware. playstation 4, knack this holiday season. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much, mark. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: ice cube performs next. come on back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
theft auto series. this summer, you can catch him on the "kings of the mic" tour with ll cool j, public enemy, and de la soul. and early next year, we'll have a new album coming from him called "everythang's corrupt." performing his classic, "it was a good day" with a little help from the roots, please welcome back to the show ice cube! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ just waking up in the morning gotta thank god i don't know ♪ ♪ but today seems kinda odd no barking from the dog no smog and momma cooked a breakfast with no hog ♪ ♪ i got my grub on but didn't pig out finally got a call from a girl i wanna dig out ♪ ♪ hooked it up for later as i hit the do' thinking will i live another twenty-fo' ♪ ♪ i gotta go 'cause i got me a drop top if i hit the switch i can make the ass drop ♪ ♪ had to stop at a red light looking in my mirror
not a jacker in sight and everything is all right ♪ ♪ i got a beep from her and she can do it all night called up the homies and i'm askin' y'all ♪ ♪ which park are y'all playin' basketball get me on the court and i'm trouble ♪ ♪ last week mess around and got a triple double freaking homies every way like m.j. ♪ ♪ i can't believe today is a good day put your peace signs in the air like this ♪ ♪ put your peace signs in the air like this put your peace signs in the air like this ♪ ♪ if you're having a good day i said put your peace signs in the air like this ♪ ♪ put your peace signs in the air like this put your peace signs in the air like this ♪ ♪ if you're having a good day drove to the pad and hit the showers ♪ ♪ didn't even get no static from the cowards 'cause just yesterday them fools tried ♪ ♪ to blast me saw the police and they rolled right past me no flexin' ♪ ♪ didn't even look in
a homies direction as i ran the intersection ♪ ♪ went to questlove's house they was watchin' yo mtv raps what's the haps on the craps shake 'em up, shake 'em up ♪ ♪ shake 'em up, shake 'em roll 'em in a circle of homies and watch me break 'em with the seven ♪ ♪ seven-eleven seven-eleven seven even back do' little joe i picked up the cash flow ♪ ♪ then we played bones and i was yellin' domino plus nobody i know got killed in south central l.a. ♪ ♪ today was a good day put your peace signs in the air like this put your peace signs ♪ ♪ in the air like this put your peace signs in the air like this if you're having ♪ ♪ a good day just put your peace signs in the air like this put your peace signs ♪ ♪ in the air like this put your peace signs in the air like this ♪ ♪ if you're having a good day check it i left my homies house paid ♪ ♪ picked up a girl been tryin' to date since the twelfth grade
it's ironic ♪ ♪ i had to prove she had the chronic what happened to the supersonics ♪ ♪ i felt on the big fat fanny pulled out the jammy ♪ ♪ and killed the punanny and my bank runs deep so deep, so deep put her ass to sleep ♪ ♪ i woke her up around one she didn't hesitate to call ice cube the top gun drove her to the pad ♪ ♪ and i'm coasting took another sip of the potion hit the three-wheel motion ♪ ♪ i was glad everything had worked out i dropped her butt off and then i chirped out ♪ ♪ today was like one of those fly dreams didn't even see a berry flashing those high beams ♪ ♪ no helicopter looking for a murder two in the morning got the fatburger ♪ ♪ i even saw the lights of the goodyear blimp and it read that jimmy's a pimp ♪ ♪ drunk as hell but no throwing up halfway home and my pager ♪ ♪ still blowing up
today i didn't even have to use my a.k. i got to say ♪ ♪ it was a good day put your peace signs in the air like this put your peace signs ♪ ♪ in the air like this put your peace signs in the air like this if you're having ♪ ♪ a good day just put your peace signs in the air like this put your peace signs ♪ ♪ in the air like this put your peace signs in the air like this if you're having ♪ ♪ a good day ice cube the roots peace to the ♪ ♪ isley brothers jimmy fallon yeah yeah ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's how you do it! that's how you do it right there! ice cube! see him live on the "kings of the mic" tour, thursday right here! ice cube right there! come on. [ cheers and applause ] that's the way to do it. my thanks to jerry seinfeld, mark cerny from sony computer entertainment america. ice cube! at&t for sponsoring video game week and help making it happen. the greatest band in late night, the roots right there.
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