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let's get started now ♪ ♪ let's crank it up loud let's turn the place out let's throw down ♪ ♪ ain't no maybe gettin' crazy now ♪ ♪ let's have a little fun while the night is still young gonna get you some ♪ ♪ anybody wanna party come on let me hear who's with me now whoa m ♪ whoa whoa ♪ ♪ whoa whoa whoa ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: yeah! scotty mccreery, nice job, scotty. welcome back, buddy. nice job. >> thanks for having me, jay. >> jay: thank you. i wanna thank my guests wanda sykes, richard engel, and scotty mccreery. monday night avril lavigne will
be here. but jimmy fallon happening right now! have a great weekend! ♪ >> steve: from studio 6a in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know it right there. that's right.
i feel the love. i feel the love right there. welcome, everybody! to "late night" with pearl jam, everybody. welcome. [ cheers and applause ] "late night with jimmy fallon." we have got a fun show tonight. it's going to be really, really great. but let's get to the news first and get that out of the way. this is just crazy. another scandal with the national security agency, the nsa. they are at it again. more stuff keeps coming out. you know they have been accused of spying on americans. well, it just came out that they actually spied on 35 world leaders. [ audience oohs ] yeah. it was 34 prime ministers and oprah. [ laughter and applause ] i don't want mess with that. i don't know want to mess with her. i don't want to mess -- >> steve: you've got a new car! >> jimmy: yeah, i know. you're spying on her! some more news out of washington. all good news, of course. this time it is about the irs.
a new report found that 700 irs employees owed a combined $5.4 million in back taxes. when irs workers got the news, they were like, "oh, man, i hope i don't find out about this." [ laughter and applause ] this is just -- can i hide this from myself? my man, john mccain was in the news this week. he said that he's seriously thinking about running for a sixth term in 2016. in addition to that, the other thing he's seriously thinking about, stewed prunes. [ laughter ] yum. keepin' it reggy. keeps me reggy. >> steve: got to get regular. >> jimmy: halloween is around the corner and this is cool. it is rumored that tim burton will direct a sequel to "beetlejuice." [ cheers and applause ] how fun is that? i guess that explains why today, "beetlejuice" asked robin thicke for his suit back. and that's pretty cool. that's pretty fun. >> steve: they need it.
>> jimmy: hey, you guys! this week marks the 75th birthday of the xerox machine. [ cheers and applause ] we all use the xerox machine. happy birthday, xerox. it actually changed a lot of things. back in the day, the drunk guy at the office christmas party had to hand out drawings of his butt. and now it's much easier. but you can tell xerox machine is old because drawer number one always needs to be emptied while drawer number two is always jammed. [ laughter ] think about it. yeah. i will give you time. >> steve: yeah, take your time. >> jimmy: listen to this, guys. researchers at the university of buffalo are trying to develop a wi-fi network that can work under water. yeah. while time warner is trying to develop a wi-fi network that can work. [ rim shot ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] yes, i've unplugged it. i've unplugged it. yes, i have. i guess i will blow on it. i don't know what else to do. the geek squad, honey.
college is more expensive than ever these days. everyone knows that. but get this. i just read that sarah lawrence college is the most expensive college in the u.s. with a total cost of $63,000 a year. when they heard that, my parents said, "thank god you were so dumb." i never would've gotten into that college. >> steve: ever. >> jimmy: i thought this was kind of strange. a man in oregon was arrested for growing marijuana after police used google earth to track him down. yeah. so, if you're one of those crazy conspiracy theorists who think that the government is watching you with satellites from space -- you were right. [ laughter ] tip of the tin foil hat to you, sir. [ applause ] crazy. guys, i'm on twitter. i use it all the time, which is why i was kind of surprised by this. a new survey found that nearly half of people who joined twitter never actually use it. which explains twitter's new
nickname, the gym. [ laughter and applause ] yeah. >> steve: oi. >> jimmy: this was all over the internet this week. researchers in japan recently created a robot that can actually walk exactly like a human. you can tell it walks like a human because it starts texting the second someone else is behind it. just like this -- hey, guys. it is week eight of the nfl season, and this sunday night we got the green bay packers taking on the minnesota vikings. [ cheers and applause ] it should be a good one here. now, every year at the end of the season, they give out awards like most valuable player. but they also give out awards during the season. sort of like the ones in high school yearbooks like most likely to succeed, class clown, stuff like that. so that in mind it is time for "late night" superlatives. here we go. ♪ late night superlatives >> jimmy: our first player is larry dean.
he's a powerful linebacker for the minnesota vikings. he was voted most likely to be watching a white person sing "straight out of compton" at karaoke. [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ crazy mother trucker named gary and i like to keep it really hairy ♪ next is green bay packers veteran brett goode. he was voted most likely to say, "sup, i'm your new dad." you can call me barry. whatever. next up from the packers, you got josh sitton. he was voted most likely to be thor in a before weight loss ad. [ cheers and applause ] i use p90x. next from the vikings we have joe berger.
he was voted easiest to build out of legos. [ laughter ] just do the head and then you work on the -- >> steve: then you're done. three pieces. >> jimmy: next from the vikings, matt asiata was voted most likely to be that weird fourth guy in the black eyed peas. i love that guy. >> steve: i love him. >> jimmy: i love that guy. love him. next from the packers, we got tim masthay. he was voted most nervous dad at the gymnastics meet. okay. come on, mackenzie. nail that landing. you got to nail it. oh, this is your big move. come on, mackenzie. oh! stick it! stick that landing! stick it! [ laughter ] you got to stick that landing, mackenzie! come on, kenzie! kendall! my ken doll! my little ken doll. stick it! [ laughter ]
from minnesota vikings -- [ laughter ] >> steve: why are you looking at me? >> jimmy: i'm not looking at you. >> steve: jeff laca. >> jimmy: from the minnesota vikings, jeff baca was voted most likely to be the love child of napoleon dynamite and mama june. that's not going to happen. >> steve: that's not going to happen that's impossible. he's a fictional character. >> jimmy: that never happened. i know. next up from the packers is brad jones. he was voted moss likely to say, "friends forever" each time he breaks the huddle with his teammates. all right, guys. friends forever, right? next is three-time pro-bowl quarterback aaron rodgers. he was voted most likely to be ellen degeneres dressed like a football player for halloween. [ laughter and applause ] ♪
[ cheers ] we love her. and finally from the vikings, we've got cullen loeffler. he was voted most likely to have been a total dick in the '80s. there you go. there is your nfl superlatives. we have got a great show tonight. pearl jam is here. give it up for the roots, right there! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome to the show, everybody. we have a huge show tonight! he's amazing actor. his new movie, "the counselor," is out today. javier bardem is here. [ cheers and applause ] that's enough! that's enough for the whole show. plus, it is a big night. not only is pearl jam here to perform -- [ cheers and applause ]
a song off their new number one album right here, "lighting bolt." number one! to cap off pearl jam week, we are going to talk with eddie vedder. ♪ i love eddie vedder. i love pearl jam. what a talented group. >> steve: nicest people in the world. >> jimmy: i mean, god, they're just great. they're talented, nice. they care about each other. they care about the audience. they're just nice. they're out roaming the halls just being cool. they're just great. gosh, look at this. look at this. look at this album right here. [ cheers and applause ] i just love them so much. i'm happy they're here on the show. guys, today is friday. and that's usually when i catch up with personal stuff. i checked my in-box. return some e-mails and of course send out thank you notes. and i'm running a bit behind. so i thought, if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. do you guys mind? is that cool? [ cheers and applause ]
thank you so much. james, can i get some thank you note writing music, please? ♪ [ laughter ] >> steve: he seems pensive. >> jimmy: it is like he has a secret or something. >> steve: yeah. what's going on? >> jimmy: he's like hiding a secret. >> steve: like he's nervous. but he's ashamed about something. >> jimmy: no, he did something. >> steve: oh no, he's afraid. he's scared. >> jimmy: he's sacred. >> steve: he's very scared. >> jimmy: no. he's happy. >> steve: he's happy. >> jimmy: yeah. there you go. >> steve: oh, he's sad. he's sad! ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, random warm days mixed in with random cold days in the fall, for being mother nature's way of saying, "y'all don't know me." [ laughter ] thank you, anonymous stranger who has been leaving free bags of marijuana in new york city subway stations. [ cheers ] or as i like to call you, johnny appleweed. [ laughter ]
he spreads weed all around the city. ♪ thank you, new japanese wine for cats. because if there is one thing cats really need it's another reason to throw up. [ impersonates cat heaving ] >> steve: honey, isn't he cute. [ impersonates cat heaving ] >> jimmy: i would never own one of those. >> steve: oh, he threw up. how cute. >> jimmy: aw, he's cute. he threw up. >> steve: oh, let me spell your name. >> jimmy: that's another christmas ornament. ♪ thank you, the world series, or as the rest of the world calls you, the north american series. really, the world? close enough.
♪ thank you, jack-o'-lantern, for looking like pumpkins on meth. [ laughter ] >> steve: he was so handsome before. >> jimmy: trick-or-treat, man. ♪ thank you, dog costumes, for being the most adorable way you can punish your pets without them understanding why. [ laughter ] what did i do? what did i do wrong? >> steve: you're not cute like the cat. [ impersonates cat heaving ] look at how cute he is. look at him. [ talking over each other ] [ impersonates cat heaving ] isn't he cute? oh, his number two spelled a name too. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, first baseman mike napoli, for being the yukon cornelius of the
boston red sox. [ laughter and applause ] double bounce! but, yukon -- >> jimmy: thank you, macy's, jcpenney and kohl's, for announcing plans to open thanksgiving night. allowing me to spend my time fighting strangers instead of my family. there you go, right there. those are our thank you notes. we'll be right back with more "late night." remember on "late night," when you're here, you're family. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ okay now, jeremy. the overseas data bills are outrageous. son, you have to stop sharing every little thing on your phone. eggs are eggs, jeremy. who wants to see that? what's next, the butter and the bread? the milk? i'm getting hungry. you want something to eat? yeah, fix me. oh, i'll take a picture of it first! yeah, let me get the camera!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. thank you for tuning in. here at "late night," we love songs. we especially love songs written by our great audience members in under an hour. so i hope you guys are ready. it's time for "battle of the instant song writers." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ and i'm singing the song and i'm writing the song about another song ♪ >> jimmy: welcome to "battle of the instant song writers." before the show, we went through our audience and picked out two people who said they were musicians. [ light laughter ] we gave them each made-up song title and gave them an hour to write an original song based on that title. here's a shot of them practicing backstage a minute ago. i can't wait to see what they
came up with. so let's meet them right now. come on over, guys. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome to the show, guys. let's start with contestant number one. what is your name, and where are you from? >> my name is sarah garro. and i'm from pennsylvania, but i live in brooklyn now. >> jimmy: hey. very, very nice. we love brooklyn. very good. [ cheers and applause ] we love pennsylvania, too. what was the title of the song you were given? >> it was "i kissed a pumpkin." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: of course it was. of course it was. did you have any trouble coming up with the inspiration for the song? >> surprisingly no. >> jimmy: you kissed a pumpkin before. good for you. [ light laughter ] what instrument will you be playing? >> i will be playing the guitar. >> jimmy: very, very nice. well, please take a seat over there on the stool. get ready. go ahead and get ready. [ cheers and applause ] and now, ladies and gentlemen, here to perform the world premiere of the soon-to-be classic "i kissed a pumpkin," it's sarah! [ cheers and applause ]
>> thanks. okay. "i kissed a pumpkin." ♪ ♪ i go to the farmer's market every saturday so why would i have expect that it would happen to me ♪ ♪ i fell in love oh no unpredictable ♪ ♪ because i kissed a pumpkin as a matter of fact let's call him jack ♪ ♪ hands off he's mine yes i kissed a pumpkin but if he breaks my heart ♪ ♪ i'll just bake him into a pie ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on over. that was great! yeah, that's awesome.
that was fantastic. yeah, you got chops, pal. fantastic. thank you so much. sarah, everybody. give it up once again. [ cheers and applause ] now, it is time for our second contestant. what is your name, and where are you from? >> craig from point pleasant, new jersey. and i live in manhattan now. >> jimmy: hey, welcome, buddy. [ cheers and applause ] now, you just heard the first song. but now it's on you, buddy. are you ready for this? >> i am. i'm ready. >> jimmy: now, what song title were you given? >> well, jimmy, i got "i had a teeny halloweenie." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i didn't ask you to tell me something personal. i'm going to ask you again. what is the name of your song? >> it wa"i got a teeny halloweenie." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: a lot of it is genetics. [ light laughter ] what instrument will you be playing tonight? >> i'll be on guitar. >> jimmy: all right, fantastic.
why don't you go over and take your seat on the stool. get ready. get in the zone. [ cheers and applause ] channel that inspiration. now, ladies and gentlemen, get ready for the world premiere of "i've got a teeny halloweenie." it's craig! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ all the other kids went out to trick-or-treat last night ♪ ♪ i wanted to go out with them but i just stayed inside ♪ ♪ because last year when i went out something wasn't right ♪ ♪ my friends came home with great big sacks mine came out
a little light ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ they poured out scores of candy bars fruit by the foot and candy cigarettes ♪ ♪ but i just got a fun-sized snickers and two tiny raisinettes ♪ [ laughter and applause ] ♪ ♪ this is why i stayed inside on halloween last night ♪ ♪ i had a teeny halloweenie but my dreams are king sized ♪ [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, man. that's tough. that's tough competition. yeah, that's unbelievable. give it up for craig, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] amazing job.
can't believe you wrote that in one hour. that was so -- thank you so much. i'm never going to forget that. [ laughter ] his eyes are up here, ladies and gentlemen. [ laughter ] time to see who won. we're gonna let our great audience decide the winner. was it sarah? [ cheers and applause ] or was it craig? [ cheers and applause ] craig is the winner which means -- ♪ congratulations. craig is the winner, which means that you will be going home with a $300 gift certificate to guitar center. [ cheers and applause ] congratulations, buddy. but, no one goes home empty-handed on "late night." the other contestant, right here sarah, will get a $100 gift certificate to guitar center. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> thank you. >> jimmy: and these stylish "late night with jimmy fallon" hoodies right here. give it up for two new instant song writers sarah and craig. we'll be right back with javier bardem. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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show. we had to play ac/dc. >> yeah, of course. >> jimmy: because you are the biggest ac/dc fan in the world. are you not? >> yeah. that's how i learned english. >> jimmy: is that really? yes, so i can curse a lot in english. you do the "late show," right? >> jimmy: not that late. yeah, yeah, yeah. not that late. gosh, i love ac/dc. i remember when i did "saturday night live." you got to so a lot of great bands. you get to see like pearl jam. you get to see -- u2 was amazing. and then, ac/dc came on. and it was just sound rehearsals. like, rehearsal in the afternoon. and me and horatio just stumbled in. it was just us and the camera guys. and they're so cool looking, ac/dc. they're tiny. >> they're tiny, right. >> jimmy: they're this big, yeah. they are like -- yeah. they're little, miniature -- >> all of them. >> jimmy: all of them. >> young brothers for sure. mr. johnson also? >> jimmy: no. probably not him, right? they were all -- angus young. i guess they are all kind of small. they're like, "what song you wanna hear?" you know. and i go -- everyone's looking around. like no one was answering. was too afraid. i'm like, "shook me all night long"?
[ laughter ] all right. and they played it the whole song. all right, name another one. i go, "back in black." [ light laughter ] he's like, "all right." and they played "back in black." >> you're a lucky bastard man. you have ac/dc and pearl jam. you are a lucky bastard. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's one of my favorite ac/dc songs, "lucky bastard." absolutely, yeah. >> i told you i learned english with ac/dc. >> jimmy: did you learn english before you started acting? or did you act in your own language? >> actually, i acted in england before i knew how to say hello in english. >> jimmy: no. >> yes, i was 16. and i was doing a tv pilot where i was a ranger chasing zombies. this is madrid, spain. okay? >> jimmy: that's like the number one show in america right now. [ laughter ] >> you're kidding? they got me. >> jimmy: you are way ahead of your time. exactly. you're a forest ranger chasing zombies? >> yeah, yeah. i was saying all these lines, and i didn't even know what it meant. but -- >> jimmy: what were you saying? [ muttering ]
[ laughter ] >> and basically, they thought i was the zombie. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. when you play it reverse -- what he's saying is, "don't smoke cigarettes in the forest." [ light laughter ] now you have -- you are a big star. gosh, we love you. you're just great in every movie your in. i'm a big fan of yours. so thank you for coming on. "the counselor," you couldn't have more stars in this movie. i just see the trailer, i'm like, "oh, my gosh." there's cameron. there's brad pitt. there's penelope cruz. i'm like freaking out. what is the movie about? >> the movie is about people doing wrong things and paying the consequences. it's very cormac mccarthy's -- >> jimmy: cormac mccarthy. he wrote "the road." >> "no country for old men." "the road." "blood meridian." amazing movies. this is the very first reading of the screenplay for movies. >> jimmy: director is -- >> ridley scott. >> jimmy: ridley scott, yeah. he knows a little action there. when he comes to action, he knows what he is talking about. you play this character --
i got to tell you, it is so awesome. i don't know how to describe you. but your hair is just awesome. your outfits are great. you're a club promoter or you're -- >> yeah, nightclub owner who also kind of does weird things in the underworld. i'm the link between the counselor and the bad, bad world. >> jimmy: i mean, you are so bad and weird and mean that you own a cheetah. >> i love you, too. >> jimmy: no, no, no. the character, the character! sorry. you are so great. you are a lucky bastard. [ light laughter ] you own it. you have a pet cheetah in the movie. you have pet cheetahs. and they're not cgi. these are real animals. >> real ones. >> jimmy: how would you even remotely act around an animal? >> they told us, when the cheetah get on the set, don't breathe, don't move, don't look. close your eyes and pray. so you would see, like, two other people in the crew not breathing. there was one moment where one guy did something wrong. he moved, and you could see the animal looking at him.
you could tell, that in half of a second, that animal could kill him. >> jimmy: really? >> they were very well trained, but they are wild animals. >> jimmy: they are wild animals. >> now, brad liked to wear bobby pin things. [ laughter ] don't start whining. >> jimmy: oh, no. cute kitty. i have a clip here. it's javier bardem with michael fassbender in "the counselor." take a look at this. >> okay. if you pursue this road that you've embarked upon, you will eventually come to a moral decision that will take you completely by surprise. you won't see it coming at all. >> i don't intend to take this up as a trade. >> one-time deal, right? >> which you heard a thousand times. >> no. what usually happens is, after a couple of deals, ain't no more than you do and they shop across the street. >> how did that work out for him? >> not well. >> so that would be a moral issue.
>> not for me. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: your -- this character is fantastic. >> halloween. >> jimmy: yes, halloween. that's the perfect halloween costume there. javier bardem, "the counselor," is in the theater in today. eddie vedder joins us next. come on back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. everybody knows that. well, did you know that when a tree falls in the forest and no one's around, it does make a sound? ohhh...ohhh...oh boy! i'm falling. everybody look out! ahhhhh...ugh. little help here. geico. fifteen minutes could save you...well, you know. anybody?
>> jimmy: eddie, welcome to the show. thank you for sitting down and talking with us. you know javier from a while back. >> he's a grea great friend. huge music fan. and i feel so fortunate he's a fan of our group. my wife told me today that she only wants to go to shows now that javier goes to. [ light laughter ] because he was more fun to watch than we were. >> jimmy: oh, my god. no, that's not true. >> the other night in new york city -- yes, this is true. this is true. you know, we did a show in spain at a rather large stadium many years ago. seven, eight years ago. >> javier: six years ago. >> six years ago. he brought the wine. he brought ham from the area. >> jimmy: jamon. >> he doesn't come in -- yeah, jamon. >> jimmy: jamon, yes, of course. [ talking over each other ] [ laughter ] ham bone! [ laughter ] thank you. >> yes. >> jimmy: you got the wing? ham bone. [ laughter ] that's michael jackson. it's a b-side but it is good. sorry about that. so wait.
he brought the wine and came in. >> well, then i thought -- you know, he would always talked about this song "black," and we were going to play it that night. and i wanted him to be part of the show. since there was -- i would do translations to try to speak to the audience in their own tongue, respectfully. and i thought well, maybe he should introduce the song. so he came out. he took the mic, and he went into this kind of piece. and i didn't know what he was saying. i still don't know what he was saying. but women, men, children -- everyone just started like -- like a wave. they started weeping. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: come on, buddy. what a buzz kill. >> uncontrollably and holding on to each other. then, couple of women fainted, and they put them on stretchers. they're being pulled off. and then, he has a tear going down his eye. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. what is wrong with you? why? >> javier: i don't know. i was -- i was drunk. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: now it makes sense! now it makes sense. >> javier: i was so nervous.
i mean people here are used to being in front of thousands of people. i'm not. >> jimmy: no. >> javier: so i have to drink a lot to be there. so i didn't know what i said. but apparently, people didn't like it. so it didn't work. they were crying for the wrong reasons. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: understood, understood. i love eddie. when i watch you, i don't like to be this close, almost, to you because i don't want you to ever make eye contact with me because i don't want to take you out of your zone. >> i'll remember that. it's okay. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no. i look at you -- i'm in awe. i look at you. but i don't want you to be serious and look at me and then you go -- and you start laughing or something because -- you are in such a serious -- you get into the song. you feel the song. and i remember last time you were on our show, you sang a very serious song. we have a clip of it. look at eddie vedder on our show. ♪ so serious. [ cheers and applause ]
>> it's really an environmental anthem, you know. in all seriousness, look at me now. you know, the trial between the department of justice and vp, it is in -- there's a second round of trials that's happening now. and that hurricane or tropical storm karen that passed through the beginning of this month uncovered a one ton, 2,000 pound ball. [ light laughter ] the balls have gotten bigger. >> jimmy: that's my favorite ac/dc song! yeah, yeah, yeah! >> and also, you know, 500 pounds of smaller balls. i'm still ducking big balls. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: welcome back to "talking balls with eddie vedder," everybody. we are talking about big balls, small balls. [ light laughter ] >> javier: that's why we are here? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> i'm in the middle. what does that mean? [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: it doesn't go in order. it doesn't go in order. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> but, you know, and there's this thing called the gulf restoration network you can look into. and we were one of a group of people that tried to raise money for this organization. so they could keep putting out information that was truthful. and maybe it was a different account than the kind of shiny, happy commercials the oil companies were putting out saying that it's all fine. and it has all been taken care of which, if you did the research, it would be interesting to see what you have come up with. thank you for doing that song because we put it on our comedy album, "blow your pants off." and i'm not kidding. we won a grammy, buddy. me and you. look at that. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ best comedy album. me and you, pal. that's the next record. come on, man. "lightning bolt 2."
[ laughter ] lightning strikes twice. [ laughter ] >> you can probably fit your balls in there. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the tar balls. thank you very much. now let's talk about "lightning bolt" here. now, i was wondering why you went with this cover for "lightning bolt." [ light laughter ] for me with my pants off laying on a bear skin rug with a glass of merlot. why didn't you just go with a big lightning bolt? no, here is the album cover. look at this. why does -- i love this. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and the vinyl is -- oh, my god. yeah. can you fit it in there? it just ripped apart. oh, my god. oh, my god. [ laughter ] this is the new album cover that you guys are going to love. i can't wait. i'm going to frame it. this will sit right here. thank you so much. that's it. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey everybody, judd apatow is here with us tonight. judd -- [ cheers and applause ] you were just here last night. >> judd: well, i heard they were going to be back, so i slept in the "dr. oz" studio. >> jimmy: oh, very smart. they are back tonight. are you guys ready for this? [ cheers and applause ] our next guests are back again tonight to play the title track from their awesome new album. the number one album right now, "lightning bolt." we love them. please welcome pearl jam! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ she comes on like a stone but you don't know where from she was thrown like a burning meteor ♪
♪ from miles high looking for a place to land she said you got ♪ ♪ yourself some sand and whatever you'd reply she took as yes she comes out the deep ♪ ♪ with her newly planted seeds and soon you're thrown down on your knees and then you're dead ♪ ♪ then before you know the weeds are all beastly overgrown with all the wild ♪ ♪ seeds he sews in your sleeve you've got to know you'll never let her go ♪ ♪ lightning bolt lightning bolt lightning bolt ♪
♪ you've sewn in your sleeve and with no repair in sight no doubt which way as you open her world ♪ ♪ why disappear to you and your death will soon grind at me all your problems ♪ ♪ they won't die with you yeah yeah ♪ ♪ ♪ yeah yeah ♪ yeah yeah ♪ ♪ she's a lightning bolt never let it go she's a lightning bolt ♪ ♪ ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to javier bardem, eddie vedder, pearl jam! and the greatest band in late night, the roots, right there, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for carson daly. thank you for watching. have a great weekend. hope to see you next week. buh-bye! [ cheers and applause ] ♪