tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC July 20, 2013 12:35am-1:36am PDT
♪ i just want to see you i just want to see you i want to see you be brave ♪ ♪ i want to see you ♪ i just want to see you ♪ i want to see you ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: all right. sara bareilles! nice job. that was fantastic. beautiful song. thank you. want to thank my guests, howie mandel, marisa miller, and sara bareilles. jimmy fallon coming up next. have a great weekend! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
that is a good-looking new york city crowd right there. welcome. [ cheers and applause ] welcome. welcome to the show. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. thank you so much. i'm so excited tonight. [ cheers and applause ] this is the show of all shows. tonight we have jeff bridges on the show! >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight we have stacy keibler on the show! >> steve: whoa! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and tonight i am very excited about our musical guest. [ cheers ] reuniting for the first time in almost 20 years, jesse and the rippers are on the show! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ jesse and the rippers, i cannot wait. when i told them they were performing at the end of the show, they were like, "how rude." [ laughter ]
it was another hot day out there. wasn't it hot today? >> audience: yes. >> jimmy: the temperature is up to 190 degrees in new york city. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: but it really was hot. now doctors saying -- they're are warning people about something called heat rage. [ light laughter ] you heard about this? it's a real thing. it's where people overreact when it gets too hot. heat rage. it's similar to those other conditions in new york, cold rage, lukewarm rage and just regular old rage. [ laughter ] apparently though, heat rage -- heat rage is when, happens when people get too hot. >> steve: i heard about this. i was reading an article -- >> jimmy: forget it higgins, nobody asked you! [ laughter ] no one did! nobody asked you! as i was saying, it's hot here in new york city. sorry. it was my acting class. end scene. >> steve: end scene. that was a good mad.
that was good. >> jimmy: it is really hot so we went to the streets and asked new yorkers if we could just pour a bucket of cold water on their head and we had some takers. >> would you mind if i dump a bucket of water on your head? >> not in the slightest. ♪ >> i'm going to dump a bunch of water on you. is that okay? >> bring it. ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: there you go right there. there you go. [ cheers and applause ] hope it helps, everybody. hope it helps. this story is just insane. a woman in pennsylvania was just in the news for giving birth to a baby that weighs 13 pounds 12 ounces and is more than two feet long. [ laughter ] or as the doctor put it, congratulations, it's a beautiful baby shaq.
[ laughter ] there you go. you can tell the baby was big because when it was time to go home, the baby was like, you want me to drive? [ laughter ] you guys know i like to go out to eat, right? i enjoy going to restaurants. everybody likes a nice restaurant. [ cheers and applause ] well, kfc is coming out with a more upscale restaurant that won't feature any pictures of colonel sanders. 'cause if anything is going to make it more fancy it's taking out the only person dressed like a gentlemen. [ laughter ] no one else is wearing a suit at kfc. i'm sure you guys all saw this. big season premier of "here comes honey boo-boo" was this week and it did not disappoint. honey boo-boo's dad, sugar bear actually talks a little bit about his feelings for mama june. take a look at this. >> i really love june. she's my woman. ♪ i got a chubby for my chubby. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: i'm pretty sure he stole that from a hallmark card. i'm pretty sure. [ laughter ] here's a weird story. the police in florida just arrested a man, his father and grandfather for attempting to sell drugs together. but in their defense, i'd spend way more time with my family if drugs were involved. [ laughter ] i thought this was interesting. a report came out that said that audis are more likely to be driven by men who cheat on their wives. while their wives are more likely to wind up with that audi. [ laughter ] yeah. it's weird. audis are the most popular car with people who cheat on their spouses. it makes sense. look at their logo. it's basically four wedding rings. i mean, it was interesting. [ laughter ] this is crazy. this week a man -- this is a true story. a man in massachusetts went fishing and somehow ended up wrestling a 200 pound shark with his bare hands. or as the shark told his friends, i fell down the stairs, okay? [ laughter ] and finally i read about this
guy in england who dresses up like batman. he dressed up like batman. and then rappeled down the side of the building to propose to his girlfriend. at which point she looked him in the eye and said, no. [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: we have got a great show tonight as i told you. he's got a big summer movie. it's out today, "r.i.p.d." jeff bridges is here! [ cheers and applause ] the dude. >> steve: the dude. >> jimmy: plus, from this new show -- i can't wait to talk to her about this. i want to see the show. "supermarket superstar." this is like a "shark tank" for food stuff. come up with ideas for food and i got a couple of good ones i want to run by. stacy keibler is dropping by. [ laughter ] she's lovely. >> steve: lovely. >> jimmy: and we've got music
from, oh, my goodness, i'm so excited about this. this is one of my favorite bands. i first saw them play about 25 years ago on a morning show called "wake up san francisco." [ cheers and applause ] and i've been a fan ever since. now they are reuniting on our show for one night only. jesse and the rippers are here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] tgif! tgif. today is friday and that's usually when i catch up with some personal stuff. i check my inbox, return some e-mails and, of course, send out "thank you notes." [ cheers and applause ] i was 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? is that all right? [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. roots, can i get "thank you note" writing music, please? ♪ [ light laughter ] why's he so serious.
>> steve: he's sly. he's got a little secret. >> jimmy: he's got a secret or something, yeah. >> steve: no he doesn't. >> jimmy: no he doesn't. ♪ thank you, jay-z, for dropping the hyphen in your name. i guess now we'll just have to call you jay z. [ laughter ] nothing really changed there. >> steve: yeah. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, twinkies for being smaller than most people remember. and thank you people for probably just being bigger and fatter than you realize. [ laughter ] did it really change? not that much smaller. ♪ thank you, pepper for being salt's cool black friend. [ laughter ] yeah. ♪
[ laughter ] ♪ >> pepper. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, sleep. or as i call you, death practice. dark one. that's a dark one there. >> steve: wow. who are you thanking with that one? >> jimmy: i know. ♪ thank you, new cheeseburger flavored spaghetti o's. because whether you're eating regular or cheeseburger flavor, she's not coming back. [ laughter ]
>> steve: another dark one. >> jimmy: i know. i love spaghetti o's. >> steve: they're all dark. die alone. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, volleyballs for being the mummies of the sporting equipment world. [ laughter ] weird one. ♪ thank you, third cousins once removed or as i like to call you, strangers. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, jellyfish for being the only fish with a shower cap. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, mcgruff for looking like a dog who's either about to fight crime or flash me. [ laughter ] there you guys have it. those are my "thank you notes." we'll be right back with more "late night," everybody.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. welcome back to our show. we have a great show tonight, but first, the modern world is a crazy place. and that's why here "late night" we like to celebrate the things in life that stand the test of time. the things that last and that are permanent. and what's the most permanent thing of all? it's the permanent aka the perm. that's right everyone. [ cheers ] it's late night perm week. here we go. ♪ it's perm week on "the fallon show" it's week ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: wow! it is "late night" perm week, the very special week where each day we pick one person from our audience and stylishly perm their hair. we have been making the world a better place through perming all week on "late night." check it out. ♪ >> i'm 19 years old and today i am boldly going to get a perm. ultimately i want to look fabulous. i'm definitely excited to touch it. i hope it's going to be like chia pet style where i can just kind of bounce with it. i'm hoping this new look will set a trend in northern colorado. >> jimmy: are you guys ready for the brand-new freshly permed eric? [ cheers and applause ] eric come on out. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: so lame. so lame. what a week it's been and it's not over yet. tonight's perm recipient is scott dike. there is scott right there. [ cheers and applause ] scott is 36 years old. he's from phoenix, arizona. and he's very, very excited about his new hairdo. it has been a big day for scott. take a look. >> i'm scott, i'm 36 and today i'm getting a perm. as a straight haired boy, i had these idols like richard simmons, michael jackson, bob ross, and diana ross. i've always wanted to have that curly hair and today i think it's going to happen. >> i'm scott's wife heather. >> i'm scott's friend mike. >> and we can't wait to see what he looks like with a perm. >> i definitely think the beard is going to will help. it's going to make me more like a tennis ball. nice and round on the top and the bottom. >> i think he's going to look great with a perm. i think he's going to be even taller, and he's going to rock it. >> yeah, my wife is going to love how i look with a perm. she thinks i'm sexy no matter what, but the curly hair, she digs it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there you go.
i can't wait to see what scott is going to look like now. scott has been sequestered since he got permed, so he hasn't seen himself yet and his wife and friend have not seen him either. the entire process has been cloaked in secrecy. we have his wife and friend are here. say hello guys. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] now do not remove the blind fold until i tell you. audience are you guys ready for the brand new freshly permed scott? [ cheers and applause ] here's scott before. and here he is now! scott, come on out! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. yeah. yeah. yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: absolutely. >> nice, right? >> i think you are rocking this one, man. that's a good look. >> i'm loving it. >> jimmy: he looks good, right? [ cheers and applause ]
you are rocking it out, my man. you look unbelievable. >> thank you. >> jimmy: all right, guys. are you ready to see scott? all right, hold hands. we are going to walk over together. >> okay. ♪ >> jimmy: all right. very good. all right. you guys are ready to see scott? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: take off your blind folds. ♪ what do you think? >> i love it. i absolutely love it. >> jimmy: you love it? >> it's hot. i love it. >> jimmy: give him a kiss. give him some love right there. aw, come on. they love each other. it looks good, buddy. you're going to be pulling this off. now it's time for the most important reveal of all. scott, are you ready to see yourself? >> i think i'm ready. [ drum roll ] >> jimmy: turn and mirror and enjoy. ♪
dude you're rocking it out. i like it. this is the best perm all week right here. i love it. [ cheers and applause ] our thanks to the louis licari salon for a fantastic week of perms. happy perm week, everybody. stick around, we'll be right back with jeff bridges. and remember at "late night" when you're here, you're family. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ applebee's new take two seasonal menu lets you choose two of five seasonal favorites starting at just $10.99. [ male announcer ] that sounds like a lot of choices. exactly! and the flavors complement each other perfectly. like our new blackened sirloin with the green goddess wedge salad or lemon shrimp fettuccine and seasonal berry spinach salad. ohh, the garlic rosemary chicken pasta... [ male announcer ] woah, woah, chef? you had us at two seasonal favorites starting at $10.99. really? fist bump. [ male announcer ] nice! applebee's new take two menu. two seasonal favorites, one amazing plate. starting at just $10.99. see you tomorrow. and late night for half-priced apps.
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out in 3-d and theaters everywhere today. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome, jeff bridges! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ tell your man stop messing with me r-i-p-d, come on r-i-p-d, come on ♪ ♪ r-i-p >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. please, welcome, jeff bridges in the house! [ cheers and applause ] the man. the legend. >> i see my dance partner over there. we were dancing over this mic awards, man. >> jimmy: oh, were you really? >> questlove. oh, yeah. >> jimmy: you and questlove, dancing? >> yeah, we shook it, man. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: right. you know how to do it. yeah. you're here on a very special week. a very exciting show. it's perm week. >> i know, man. and i relate, you know. because i -- i permed. >> jimmy: did you? >> oh, yeah. oh, yeah. >> jimmy: when did you have a perm? >> i permed on the first "tron." >> jimmy: really? in "tron?" >> they wanted me to have a very light, permed hair.
you know, curly hair. and i -- you know, i'm game. i said, okay. it was fine until i started to wear that helmet. >> jimmy: yeah, the tron helmet. >> and, you know, the perm cooks. you know -- [ light laughter ] -- it's going on. well, you can wear a hat. basically -- all my hair fell out. >> jimmy: no way! >> it was terrible. >> jimmy: you have a -- >> terrible, terrible. >> jimmy: yeah. but you got a good head of hair there, my friend. i gotta admit this. i know i'm the last guy on earth, but i finally watched "the big lebowski." [ cheers and applause ] i don't know why i'd never seen it. it was one of the best movies i have ever seen in my whole life. >> it's a goodie. >> jimmy: i loved it. so much! >> well, the coen brothers. man, how do you beat those guys? >> jimmy: they're the greatest filmmakers in the history of film. >> so good. >> jimmy: and you were so great in this. john goodman. >> oh, man. turturro. licking the ball, man. >> jimmy: licking the ball. >> come on. >> jimmy: it was unbelievable. but, i mean, julianne moore.
>> buscemi -- come on, the whole -- >> jimmy: tara reid, by the way. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: the star of "sharknado," -- [ laughter ] is in this coen brothers movie, but, i was laughing -- i was, like, crying. >> oh, it's so good. >> jimmy: and you were so good in it -- >> thank you, man. >> jimmy: -- i didn't -- i didn't kiss your butt enough last time you were here. tell you how much i loved it, because i hadn't really seen it. i watched it, i loved it so much. and i hope i'm not spoiling it, the movie's been out for a while, so, no spoilers. [ light laughter ] if i am spoiling, it's your fault. but you're dumping the ashes out -- john -- and you're just like, dumping ashes out over a cliff. >> classic. >> jimmy: and you turn around, and the winds blow all the ashes all over you. you're like, covered in ashes. i loved it so much. i loved it so much, and the dude abides. >> oh, man. >> jimmy: the dude abides. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, jimmy. >> jimmy: i loved it so much. thank you so much for that. >> thank you -- >> jimmy: it was so great. i loved it. well, i love everything you're in. speaking of the dude abides, your band -- >> yeah.
the abiders. >> jimmy: the abiders. yeah, it's the name of the band. >> that's right. >> jimmy: are you gonna go on tour? >> we're on the road. yeah, we've done a couple of times. this time we're going -- we're working the california deal. and my daughter, jessie bridges, is opening for me. so, that's very special. >> jimmy: how cool is that? >> oh, that's so great. yeah. >> jimmy: and so, is everyone musical in your family? >> um -- yeah, they all play guitars, a little bit. but it kind of stuck with jessie. you know, she really picked it up. my dad, you know, lloyd bridges -- >> jimmy: gosh, i love lloyd bridges. >> he replaced richard kiley in "man of la mancha" on broadway. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i didn't know that. >> he sang all the time. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i started to go -- did you always play guitar? >> yeah, you know, since i was a young kid, you know. >> jimmy: you didn't play any other instruments? >> yeah, i know a little piano. how about you? >> jimmy: i picked up clarinet. [ light laughter ] >> when you were a kid? >> jimmy: yeah. >> but when did you start doing this? >> jimmy: guitar was -- i was 15, i think. and i got my first real six string, over at the five and dime. [ laughter ] summer of '89.
summer of '89. but, no, i had the clarinet -- because my sister played piano, and i was like, "i don't wanna do what my sister's doing, i wanna do my own thing." so, i was like, "what else can i do?" and someone said, "clarinet." i hated it. i hated putting the reed on it and spitting. and it's not like -- clarinet, you can't jam. i can't just go to your house like, "dude, you wanna play this benny goodman?" [ imitating the clarinet ] [ light laughter ] so i was like, yeah, i can't do that. but, guitar -- it's so fun. >> isn't it great? what a friend. what a great friend to have. >> jimmy: it's a great friend to have! that's exactly what it's like. yeah. and just go and -- look, he's hugging his guitar. he loves it so much. >> cool, cool, man. >> jimmy: did you see when prince was on our show? >> no, i missed that. >> jimmy: dude, this is a really sad and funny story. kirk, i have to tell this story. he's very upset. [ laughter ] he comes on the show, and he's rehearsing. and he sees kirk's guitar. he has like, a white -- [ light laughter ] he has a white epiphone crestwood, right? and it's a beautiful guitar. 1964 or something? '61, sorry, kirk.
so, prince like -- "let me play the guitar, man." like, he's so cool. and so, kirk's like, "oh, my god. prince is gonna play my guitar." so prince takes the guitar, he shreds. i mean, as only prince can do. [ imitating guitar solo ] like, it's insane. people are like, standing ovation. people drooling, people passing out, giving birth. everything happened. [ light laughter ] spins it. [ imitating guitar ] he's doing the thing and then he finishes off -- [ imitating guitar ] took it, throws the guitar. [ audience ohs ] >> on the ground? >> jimmy: on the ground! >> oh, [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: and it snapped in half. [ audience ohs ] and i didn't know if i can look at -- there it is, here, watch, this is the clip. >> a mixture of emotion. >> jimmy: he throws it -- 'cause he's a rock star, but not knowing -- bam! >> oh! >> jimmy: snapped right there. and i didn't know to look either at prince -- >> oh! >> jimmy: i didn't know to look at prince or to look at kirk. because his face like, "yeah, cool -- oh, no!" >> oh, man. >> jimmy: and he was crying. and then, but -- it's a good ending. prince paid for it. for the guitar to get repaired and it's fixed.
and it works. so, you see, it's a happy ending. it's fixed. [ applause ] >> oh, man. >> jimmy: but you love the guitar. that's your baby. that's your baby when you're doing that. but what -- what type of songs do you play, the abiders? >> i play, you know, a lot of the stuff from "crazy heart." you know? >> jimmy: yeah, but who'd you tell me about last time? >> t-bone? >> jimmy: no, you told me about john -- no. >> oh, john goodwin. >> jimmy: john goodwin. >> oh, yeah. my old buddy. my oldest friend. we play a lot of his tunes, you know, we go back to the fourth grade. >> jimmy: who else can you school me on? what are you listening to? >> i'm doing some waits, tom waits. you know. isn't he cool? >> jimmy: i love tom waits. >> you do tom waits, because i love when you do -- you know, young and all those guys. >> jimmy: i wish i can do like, he's like -- [ drumming ] [ imitating waits ] [ light laughter ] like, he kind of conway twitty -- like, bedtime stories. you know what i'm saying, like -- >> of course. [ imitating waits ] ♪ rock-a-bye baby on the tree top ♪ all right, dad, dad, i'm sleeping. i'm sleeping. [ light laughter ] but i love me some tom waits. i wanna do a bit with him so
bad. >> oh, man. very good. >> jimmy: oh, thank you. but i love him so much. oh, god, i love tom waits. >> and you did crosby, right? >> jimmy: yeah, we -- crosby, stills and nash? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: we had crosby, stills and nash come on and we sang a slow version of "party in the usa." it was pretty fun, yeah. i was very excited. >> he's a buddy. we do -- we did some stuff -- we sang a rock 'n roll star together not too long ago. >> jimmy: really? >> oh, yeah. isn't he great? with the birds, man. >> jimmy: the birds! oh, my god. and what was it -- sweet, "sweetheart of the rodeo?" >> yeah. >> jimmy: how great is that record? i love that album, and i love that that's -- that was kind of the end of the birds wasn't it? it's not a country record. >> yeah, well, they morphed into many, many different, different things. >> jimmy: like, wait, what? you guys are doing country now? >> yep, they were country though. >> jimmy: that's such a great record, man. like, dude, oh, my god, i can't believe that was the end of them there. but, i wanted to ask you this thing. it's a cool story, i heard about this. you're celebrating your 36th wedding anniversary with your beautiful wife. congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. thank you. ♪ >> jimmy: that's amazing. and i heard that you have a
photo of her rejecting you when you first asked her out. >> it's actually my prized possession. i carry it with me all the time. >> jimmy: you have it with you right now? >> i have it right now. let me show it to you. >> jimmy: what's the story behind it? >> well, the story is, i'm making a movie. many, many years ago. and i see this gorgeous waitress, she's a waitress. she's working at this dude ranch where we're shooting. gorgeous girl, but she has two black eyes and a broken nose. i cannot take my eyes off her. and, i finally get up the courage to ask her out. and she said -- you know, i said, "would you like to go out with me?" and she says, "no." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> and i said -- that's what i said. [ laughter ] she says, "no, no. it's a small town. maybe i'll see you around." you know? and her prophecy proved true. i, you know, saw her at a bar. we danced, fell in love, and you know, now we cut 15-years-later. we're married, got some kids,
and i get a letter from the makeup man on that show. and he says, "i was going through my files and i came across a photograph that i thought you might like of you asking a local girl out." he had no idea that this was my wife. >> jimmy: no? >> and i have two shots. a two shot of the exact moment, and a single shot of her. he must've found her beautiful as well. yeah, look at this. there's the two shot. look at that. >> jimmy: no way. >> if you zoomed in on my face, you see, i'm totally cold-cocked, man, i'm just boom. i'm gone. >> jimmy: you're just in love. >> her teeth are gorgeous. look. >> jimmy: oh, my god. what happened to her? >> and there she is to them. just finding you different things in my -- >> jimmy: i love going through your wallet. this is fun. oh, she's gorgeous. >> oh, here, look. here's a good one. here's me and my mommy. >> jimmy: aw -- [ laughter ] you gotta love your mom. come on. we love you mom.
oh, that's awesome, buddy. we're always psyched when you come on the show. every time you have a big movie out. this movie's gigantic. "r.i.p.d." >> yeah, very bizarre. yeah. >> jimmy: it's in 3-d. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it is a bizarre movie. you play ghosts. >> i play a dead, a dead marshall. you know, from the 1800s. ryan reynolds plays a dead -- >> jimmy: the ladies love ryan reynolds. [ cheers and applause ] he's a good man. >> great, great cat. and we are dead police officers who work for the rest in peace department. >> jimmy: yes. >> and we are hunting down dead souls who are clinging to life, when they remain here in this realm and we've got to bring them back to the other side. >> jimmy: i want to show a clip. here's jeff bridges with ryan reynolds in "r.i.p.d." out right, today. take a look at this. >> when you ride with me, you ride with the best. [ crash ] the pace is lightning, expectations high. things are gonna come at you fast. they're gonna come hot, and
they're gonna come wet. >> wet? [ screeching ] [ indiscernible chatter ] >> learn to drive, bimbo. >> you've done this before? driving? >> and then, look at the ankles on that girl. [ chuckles ] >> that's what you're into? ankles? that's what does it for you? >> in my day, women, they dressed very conservatively. >> mmm, that makes you way less creepy. when exactly was your day? >> 1800s, buddy. i'm what we used to call a lawman. martial roycephus pulsifer. >> roycephus? >> it's considered a very sexy name at the time -- >> you got it, royce. >> roycephus! >> royce. >> just call me roy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: roycephus? jeff bridges, "r.i.p.d." is in theaters today. stacy keibler joins us next, there she is in the bud light platinum suite. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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stopped working since. starting this monday at 10:00 p.m., over on lifetime, you can see her hosting a new food competition show called "supermarket superstar." please welcome back to the show, a busy, busy lady. here's stacy keibler, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: stacy keibler! you look gorgeous. thank you for coming back to see us. >> thank you! i love you. >> jimmy: we -- aw, i love you, too. it's "perm week," -- >> i know. >> jimmy: and so, i'm asking all my guests, did you ever have a perm? and you were nice enough to say, of course, you did have a perm. >> of course, i had a perm. >> jimmy: everyone rocked the perm, right? >> everyone. >> jimmy: you were a 90s kid, right? >> yep. >> jimmy: that was -- my sister had a perm. everyone -- so, you brought a nice photo of you. permed out. how old are you here? >> i have no idea. >> jimmy: i mean, come on. how cute? [ applause ] look at how cute. this is good look. >> it's just funny because
that's my soccer photo day, or something. >> jimmy: oh, really? oh, yeah. there's your soccer shirt, yeah. you're a big soccer kid? >> i loved soccer. >> jimmy: really? i never -- >> i was not good at all, but i loved trying. >> jimmy: i'm awful, my friend was really good at soccer, and i asked him to teach me. so i bought a ball at a hardware store. that's how lame i am. i didn't know where -- that was the only store by my house i could walk to. so, they had a soccer ball in the hardware store. so, i bought one -- it was really cheap, and hard plastic. it was like, dayglo orange. and i bought it, and i had my friend come over, and he's like, "just kick it like this." and he kicked it over to me, and hit me in the face, and my nose started bleeding. and i never played soccer ever again. that was it. that was the end of that. yeah, i never got into it. but, i tried. >> that's right. >> jimmy: you gotta try -- speaking of trying, you hosted "the view" yesterday. >> i did. >> jimmy: good for you! that was awesome. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. >> jimmy: what was it like? >> you know, i love a live audience because of the wwe, "dancing with the stars," i really feed off of the energy. but, at least, from "the view," i didn't have to worry about a spinning leg kick coming at my -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: well, you never know
on "the view." it could happen. yeah. who was on the show with you? >> mario, who i think -- >> jimmy: i love mario cantone. >> mario, yeah. >> jimmy: love him so much. >> yes, so, i luckily didn't have to worry about saying the wrong things because he had plenty to say. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. no, he's really good. yeah, he just talks and talks. >> he just talks. >> jimmy: and who was the guest? >> we had ian ziering. >> jimmy: yes! >> "sharknado." >> jimmy: "sharknado" and "90210." >> yep, "90210." >> jimmy: of course, yeah. did you geek out? >> i did. because i -- growing up -- that was one of my favorite shows. i religiously watched "90210." >> jimmy: me too. >> i loved it. >> jimmy: oh, i loved it. who was -- who was the bad guy that sang the song? "how do you talk to an angel?" >> oh! >> jimmy: remember that? and then like -- yes, pruit. what was his name? ray pruit! oh, yeah. didn't he throw donna down the stairs? [ laughter ] remember that? very special episode of "90210." >> i remember -- >> jimmy: that was great episode. oh, my gosh. ray pruit. ♪ how do you talk to an angel ♪ yeah, i loved that song. i think that song was written about drew barrymore.
>> oh? >> jimmy: little trivia. are you -- what other 90s show -- are you a "full house" fan? >> oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] tgif friday? >> jimmy: i mean, come on. >> i am so excited that they're playing tonight. >> jimmy: jesse and the rippers are about to reunite on the show. >> best thing ever. i love that. >> jimmy: oh, gosh. i'm so excited about that. what other 90s show did you like? >> mmm, i don't know. what else was like, really popular then? i was like, tgif fridays, or whatever. >> jimmy: yeah, tgif. "boy meets world," there was -- >> "boy meets world," was -- >> jimmy: "mr. belvedere" was -- >> i liked "mr. belvedere." >> jimmy: i loved "mr. belvedere." >> i liked "golden girls." >> jimmy: aw, come on. >> "empty nest." >> jimmy: "empty nest," yes, i remember "empty nest." >> "family matters" with urkel. >> jimmy: urkel, come on, man. jaleel white? he's the greatest. i wanna talk about your show now. "supermarket superstar." >> yes. >> jimmy: i'm so excited about this. >> i'm really excited about it. >> jimmy: i'm in, 'cause i like "shark tank," i watch that show. and it's kind of like "shark tank," but for food ideas. >> it is. >> jimmy: right? >> exactly. so, if you have a dream, and you have a recipe that you think belongs on supermarket shelves, then this is the show for you.
because someone comes on, they pitch their recipe idea to our panel of experts -- >> jimmy: and who's the panel of experts. >> we have debbi fields, who's "mrs. fields." mrs. fields cookies. >> jimmy: the mrs. fields? >> the mrs. fields, and she's amazing. >> jimmy: how cool. i didn't even know there was a mrs. fields, yeah. >> i know? and she's great, i know. >> jimmy: if there's a mrs. butterworth i'm gonna freak out. [ laughter ] there's no way you're real. mrs. butterworth, call me if you're real. [ light laughter ] >> we have michael chiarello, who has been on the show before with you, right? >> jimmy: michael chiarello is my man! >> yeah. >> jimmy: he's from napa valley. he's like, he's a stud. >> he's awesome. awesome. >> jimmy: yeah, i love that guy. >> and we have chris cornyn, who's our branding guru. who's our, like, tough love expert. >> jimmy: really? he knows how to do it, yeah. >> yep. and we also have a food scientist, who's andrew hunter. and we have a supermarket buyer, who's tom dahlen. so, yeah. >> jimmy: you got a bunch of people there. and so, what -- what are the worst ideas? what's the dumbest idea? people come on they have like -- >> so, if you didn't make it on the show? >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, you gotta have people come on like -- >> we have some pretty crazy things. we had kool aid pickles. we had sushi ice cream. >> jimmy: eww. >> and then we had things like, ants on a log with real ants. [ audience groans ]
so we had some -- we had some, those didn't make it on the show. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: what are ants on a log though? >> i don't know. they didn't make it. >> jimmy: didn't make it on the show, yeah. sushi ice cream? >> sushi ice cream. >> jimmy: kool aid pickles, it sounds gross, but now i'm kind of into it. [ laughter ] >> yeah, i know. i wanna try it. >> jimmy: i wanna try -- then i can go, this is awful. but, yeah, i do wanna try it. i have a couple ideas. >> okay. >> jimmy: ready? this is -- i'm totally -- ready? >> i'm ready. >> jimmy: i mean, i'm gonna hear from people. this is gonna make me like, hundreds of dollars. >> maybe you should -- to just come on the show. next season. >> jimmy: i mean, i'll do that as well. >> okay. >> jimmy: i want to gear you up. ready for this? tell me if i'm wrong. cranberry sauce slices. [ laughter ] like, like, like, when you have those thanksgiving day sandwiches? >> out of the can? >> jimmy: yeah, but out of the can, but now they're just slices so you don't have to scoop it out and spread it. you just put the thing on the sandwich, i can tell by your face. i have other ideas. >> okay. let's hear them. >> jimmy: i can tell by your face that you don't like that idea. oceanspray, call me. let's do this. cranberry sauce slices.
my other idea, vitamin water popsicles. no? again? [ laughter ] if you have vitamin water and you want a low calorie popsicle -- you want to have a popsicle -- >> are they low calorie? >> jimmy: yeah, sure. aren't they? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: or they just have vitamins in them? >> or lots of sugar. >> jimmy: yeah. i had one of those smoothie drinks the other day, and i was like, "i'm just gonna look at how many calories is this." and it was like, i think it said like -- >> enough for a full day. >> jimmy: i think it said 400 calories, or something, per serving. i go, "that's cool." and then i go -- two servings are in the drink. i go, "who splits their drink in half?" [ light laughter ] this was two servings? what a lie. they totally lied to me. all right, the last one, how about this? because people like smart water and those things with electrolytes -- electrolyte water? >> right. >> jimmy: electrolyte ice cubes. >> that's a good one. >> jimmy: so -- ice cubes -- smart water, mrs. butterworth, call me. [ laughter ] anyone, call me. but anyways, i'll see you on season two. i'll think of more ideas. >> okay, okay. >> jimmy: i can't wait to watch. our thanks to stacy keibler, right there. [ cheers and applause ] watch "supermarket superstar,"
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm so excited about our next guests. they are a great band out of san francisco. and in 1992 their single "forever" became a number one hit in japan. [ cheers and applause ] tonight they are reuniting for one night only on our show. ladies and gentlemen, here to perform a medley of their greatest hits, jesse and the rippers! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ if every word i said could make you laugh i'd talk forever
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to jeff bridges, stacy keibler, jesse and the rippers, lori loughlin. and the greatest band in late night, the roots right there, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for carson daly. thank you so much for watching. have a great weekend. i'll see you next week. bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪