tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC November 10, 2011 12:35am-1:35am EST
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody! how you doing? [ cheers and applause ] oh, man. thank you so much. i feel the love. thank you very, very much. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon, everybody. some big, big election news here. yesterday, herman cain gave his first press conference since being accused of sexual harassment. yep. first cain took a bunch of questions, then he took bunch of phone numbers. it was weird. [ laughter ] it was a little weird. hey, listen to this. microsoft is teaming up with yahoo! and aol to sell internet ads. i was so excited when i heard that, i immediately called my friend who lives in the '90s. [ laughter ] you won't even believe this. wait, microsoft, yahoo! and aol. that sounds like the tech version of a celebrity rehab cast. [ laughter ] "yahoo!'s on the roof!" [ light laughter ] "where's microsoft?" "she locked in the room." [ light laughter ]
i just saw this, in an interview with abc news, michele bachmann said that she would like to add james garfield to mt. rushmore. she was like -- [ as bachmann ] "and if you put garfield up there, you can't leave out odie. you have to put odie as well." check this out, this week a deer jumped through the window of a taco restaurant in georgia. or as taco bell put it, "hey, sometimes the ingredients just deliver themselves. [ audience ohs ] [ applause ] it's a miracle! it's a miracle." did you see this yesterday? brad pitt and angelina jolie were spotted arriving in japan with all six of their children. and today, they were spotted leaving japan with all 12 of their children. [ light laughter ] this is nice, new york city has new subway announcements that no longer tell passengers to be patient, but actually apologize for delays. yeah.
isn't that nice? they're much different. before it was like -- [ mumbling ] and now it's like -- [ mumbling ] [ cheers and applause ] he's saying he's sorry. "where's aol?" "he's in the pool!" [ laughter ] and finally, police in michigan arrested a burglary suspect after they found him hiding in a pile of leaves. [ light laughter ] yep. when the guy got to prison, his cellmate was like, "you're the leaf guy, huh? yeah, i'm the leaf blower. [ audience ohs ] welcome to jail, son!" we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! what!? [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, whoa, hey, whoa, whoa. welcome to our show. it's going to be a fun night tonight. i can feel the vibe. yeah, i should probably explain this guy, right here. i lost a bet last night to josh charles. we played a football poker game. and i lost. and so now, this ed reed bobblehead will be on my desk for the whole show. uh, that was it. so josh, hope that you enjoyed this little guy right here. and by the way, any josh charles fans out there should follow @mxtrjoshcharles on twitter. he's really been tweeting up a storm. and some weird stuff, man. like, he's really into cookies and stuff like that. he says, like, "nom, nom, nom," after all his tweets. it's really weird. just check out what he has to say. he's a weird dude, man. anyways, he's a great actor but his tweets are weird. we have a big show tonight. it's always a blast when she comes by. one of the hardest-working
comediennes out there, oh we love her, kathy griffin is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] she always makes me laugh. [ applause ] she's great. this guy is a superstar, talented actor. you know him from "mamma mia!" and "captain america. he's a fun guy. dominic cooper is dropping by. [ cheers and applause ] and this is the go-to chef, probably -- he's coolest chef right now, around. we're cooking with david chang tonight, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] momofuku, momofuku milk bar. the dude's like insane, man. if you've ever had a cookie from milk bar -- anyone out there? >> audience members: yeah. >> jimmy: is that the most amazing thing you've ever had in your life? no one's getting one tonight but i'm just saying, it is -- [ light laughter ] this is the guy who makes them. why would he even bring that up? you know what, maybe we can work something out. [ cheers and applause ] just go downstairs to the concourse, get bagels or something, bring them up, tell
them it's david chang's bagels, i don't know. [ light laughter ] you guys, it's time for "late night hashtags," here we go! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hashtags, hashtags hashtags, hashtags hashtags ♪ >> jay: these are lists on twitter where we give you the topic and you guys send in the tweets. we do this every week. now since everyone's family's a little nuts, yesterday i went on twitter and i started a hash tag called, #mycrazyfamily. and i asked you guys at home to tweet out something funny, embarrassing or weird about your family. we got thousands of tweets. they were coming in like -- flapjacks, whatever. [ light laughter ] they were coming in like flapjacks. [ laughter ] in fact, within 20 minutes, it was a trending topic in the united states. yeah, that's what i'm talking about. [ scattered cheers ] thank you for sending in those tweets. so now let's take a look at some of my favorite, #mycrazyfamily tweets from you guys. here we, go you guys. this first one's from @mrbelowl. he says, "my family did the wave as i walked the stage during my
high school graduation ceremony. thanks, mom and dad." [ light laughter ] this one's from @landfishes. she says, "when we can't find each other in the store we scream 'ca-caw' like birdies until we're able to locate one another." [ laughter ] [ applause ] that's a crazy family "ca-caw! ca-caw!" "cindy? ca-caw!" [ light laughter ] genius. you're in kmart, walking around. "ca-caw!" "stay in the car!" [ light laughter ] this one's from @allisonmarie229. she says, "my dad's preparation for hurricane irene was putting all the alcohol into a rolling suitcase." [ laughter ] "we'll get the photo albums later! just put the booze in --we've got to get these things! got to get my -- got to my vodka, honey. it's going to be worth something if the hurricane hits." this one's from @babysister1010. she says, "we got kicked out of
walmart because my family and i had a four-way light saber duel." [ light laughter ] yeah. got to pick the right aisle to do that. this one's from @mcdoubleyoyo. [ light laughter ] she says, "my parents always include my fictional boyfriend they created for me in our family christmas letter. they call him dr. roger." [ audience aws ] "and carly's still with dr. roger. they're in love." this one is from @morgansmith. she says, "when it's someone's birthday, we are forced to wear the birthday do-rag. here's a pic of grandpa on his birthday." look, there he is, happy birthday. [ light laughter ] it's a birthday do-rag. birthday do-rag. this one's from @julianyankee. she says, "my uncle was attacked by a squirrel when trying to get his hidden cigarettes from a hole in a tree."
"just trying to grab a damn camel, the squirrel come out there. i got an addiction, big deal." [ light laughter ] "where's microsoft?" [ light laughter ] this one's from @rbka1. she says, "my grandma punted the turkey on thanksgiving because she was so angry." [ laughter ] this one's from @destinene. [ light laughter ] destinene. we're having a destinene -- [ light laughter ] she says, "my aunt made a bunch of different kinds of sausage for family dinner night. she called the night 'sausage fest.'" "you got to come over, it's a total sausage fest. what? there's no women here at all, no." [ laughter ] this last one here's from @chrissumchin. he says, "every year at christmas, we act out the nativity. one year, we didn't have anyone to play baby jesus so we used the cat."
>> jimmy: welcome back. thank you for watching us. as you guys know, we're always striving to get better, here at "late night." ♪ harder better faster stronger ♪ [ laughter ] so, before every show, we put out a suggestion box for the audience, just to get some feedback about what you guys think of the show. things you like to see us do. that kind of stuff. so tonight, let's look inside the "audience suggestion box." ♪ look into the box the suggestion box ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: okay, very good. let's look at this first one here. [ laughter ] from megan -- megan cooper. megan, you out there? it's from megan cooper. says, "jimmy, i think you've got chocolate on your face." >> steve: what? >> jimmy: oh, it was a junior mint. [ light laughter ] thank you. let's do another one here. this comes to us from gary somers. >> audience member: yeah!
>> jimmy: hey. hey, gary. [ light laughter ] "hey, jimmy, i love the nfl on nbc. i love al michaels. but can you use editing to make al say something he'd never say in real life?" well, we also love al michaels. real classy guy. but sure, let's make him say something he'd never say. check this out. >> the dallas cowboys humped a lot of people. whoa! [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: why would he say that? we got one here from amanda duberman. hey, amanda. "hey, jimmy, i still don't know if i want to see "puss in boots 3d" or not. can you have brent smoldrik on to review it? you know him. he's the movie reviewer who has that voice that makes everything sound sarcastic even when it's not." oh, my gosh. so weird because i love this guy's show on tbs. so, here to review "puss in boots 3d" is the movie reviewer
whose voice is so sarcastic you can't tell if he likes it. brent smoldrick. [ cheers and applause ] >> thanks so much, jimmy. really appreciate it. [ laughter ] i'm really glad i saw "puss in boots 3d." i have to say, taking a two minute scene from "shrek" and turning it into an hour and a half long movie was such a good call. [ laughter ] and i'd see anything with antonio banderas. i mean, when's the last time he made a terrible movie that wasn't worth watching, right? [ light laughter ] he never does that. my suggestion? you should put your entire life on hold, go to the theatre and spend $20 a person to watch this amazing movie about a cartoon zorro cat. [ laughter ] it's really, really, really realistic. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so brent, did -- did you like it? >> oh, yeah.
it's the best animated film this year, jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but -- never mind. well, thank you for coming on the show. >> i love coming on your show. you're such a fun and engaging host. i watch you every night. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you very much, brent. [ cheers and applause ] let's see what else we got here. this is from susie kim. >> audience member: yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: deep voice out there, susie. good luck wrestling at the olympics. susie -- [ laughter ] "jimmy, can you find someone in your audience who looks like a cross between princess leia and rachel maddow?" i think so.
i don't know. hey, what about her? how about her, right there? let's put the pictures up for me. is that -- that's pretty good, yeah. [ laughter and applause ] she's cute. i like her. let's do one more here. let's do one more here. this is from karen bloom. >> audience members: [ cheers ] hey, karen. both of you. [ light laughter ] it says, "hey, jimmy, i've been trying to follow this whole herman cain sex scandal. it seems like no matter how many women come out with accusations, his poll numbers just get better. can you have him on to explain the situation?" herman cain is a good friend of our show and always willing to help us out. so yes, here to explain how, even though he's in a sex scandal he's still doing okay in the polls, ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together for herman cain! ♪ [ applause ] >> oh, yeah. you know, lately people have been accusing me of all kind of crazy stuff.
making allegations about things i would never do. but it doesn't matter what they say because the last time i checked, my poll numbers were still good. that's right. ♪ i'm still polling strong i'm polling strong herman cain's polling strong ♪ ♪ i bet you won't be bitchin' when i get you in my kitchen ♪ ♪ herman still polling strong ♪ ♪ i got a long breadstick and two garlic knots for you, girl ♪ ♪ herman still polling strong with every allegation i improve my situation ♪ ♪ herman's still polling strong every word they say is a perfect day, baby ♪ ♪ herman still polling strong i'm polling strong i'm polling strong, strong ♪ ♪ strong, strong, strong polling strong, strong strong strong
herman cain polling strong ♪ ♪ strong baby strong baby i'm polling so strong ♪ ♪ jimmy jimmy fallon, i'm polling strong, baby ♪ ♪ i'm polling strong herman's polling strong, baby herman's still polling strong, strong ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. thank you, herman cain. that is all the time we have for "audience suggestion box." we'll be right back with kathy griffin! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ woman: day care can be expensive. so to save some money, i found one that uses robots instead of real people. 'cuz robots work for free. robot 1:good morning... robot 1:...female child. sfx: modem dial-up noise
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest this evening is an emmy award-winning comedienne who is playing carnegie hall this saturday night as part of the new york comedy festival. the title of that show is "kathy griffin: tired hooker." [ light laughter ] please welcome back to the show a talented and funny human. here's kathy griffin, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you for coming back. >> this is my pleasure.
even for a tired hooker like myself. >> jimmy: i mean, a tired hooker. >> because when you play a venue like carnegie hall, you know, you think symphony, you think tired prostitutes with inappropriate jokes. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. no, you don't, yeah. >> i will be there, i will be there. >> jimmy: "kathy griffin: tired hooker." >> yes. >> jimmy: this is your fourth -- fourth special this year. >> yes, i am actually doing four hour-long specials for bravo in one year, which is a lot of material to turn around. >> jimmy: i've never seen that. >> it's a lot of material. >> jimmy: has anyone ever done this? >> never been done by any comedian, male or female, how do about that? >> jimmy: i like that. i think that's cool. >> applause break. cue the audience. [ cheers and applause ] is it okay if i do my own cue's for the applause break? >> jimmy: they'll be with you. >> all right, good. >> jimmy: i mean, that's tough. that's hard to do. >> i know, but the material keeps on coming. i'm on 24/7 kardashian watch. >> jimmy: you are, yeah. [ light laughter ] >> yes, i am like the nancy grace of kardashian. >> jimmy: what do you think about the whole thing? i mean, this is -- >> i am in heaven. this is a dream come true. those kardashians -- that wedding and divorce is like a gift from baby jesus. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> i mean, what's funny is the last time i did my special -- my last bravo special was three months ago, where i had to talk
about the wedding, which had not even aired yet. and then, when i taped my next one, at the borgata, saturday, november 19th -- then i get to talk about the divorce. >> jimmy: i mean -- >> i mean, three months, boom. not even married yet, married, divorced. >> jimmy: i mean -- yeah. they just keep giving you gold there. >> it's fantastic. and i am very excited to watch the new series where their marriage crumbles in front of my eyes. [ laughter ] because i don't know about you but i can't help it, i love to see a marriage fall apart. oh, it's so -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> i'm very negative, i'm very negative. >> jimmy: you're very negative. >> i own it. i love my negativity. >> jimmy: very mean, very mean. >> i wear it like a pashmina. [ laughter ] the promos of that coming out, like in slow motion, in the helicopter and you know that the big, dumb loser basketball boyfriend's getting the boot. i mean, it's fantastic. [ laughter ] i don't know a lot about sports. i've only seen this kris humphries on their show. >> jimmy: yeah, me too. >> but when i look at him photographed, i think special needs. >> jimmy: okay. [ laughter and ohs ] >> special needs. yeah, i said it. >> jimmy: okay. >> i said it right to your face.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay, okay. >> so, i'm excited -- >> jimmy: that could be the name of the next special, "i said it right to your face." >> i said it right to your face. special needs. go ahead [ bleep ] me about it. [ bleep ] me your anger. >> jimmy: tweet, tweet. >> sorry, tweet me about it. tweet me your anger. whatever the kids are saying now. i'm trying to keep up with the kids. >> jimmy: it's all right, close. >> all right. [ applause ] >> jimmy: but, did you -- i mean, do you think the whole thing's kind of -- >> well, what i love is that -- i love that after kim announced her divorce, that she went into hiding. which really meant, she went to australia to do yet another public appearance where she gets like $500,000 to show up at a night club or something? i don't know. and then, she came back and flew commercial to see the soon-to-be ex-husband, which, if she's flying commercial, then that's a photo-op waiting to happen, is what that is. and then, there are pictures of her on his porch in minnesota, where it's 4 degrees, in full hair and makeup and the high hooker boots, like this, on the phone, like this -- [ light laughter ] and that is a candid shot that she didn't call the paparazzi for at all. >> jimmy: no, yeah. that's not a photo-op, they caught that shot.
>> no, not at all. i don't know that game. so, i watch the whole thing unfold. i love it. i love it. >> jimmy: you love the whole celeb-culture, the whole thing. >> i love it! it's all this material that keeps on giving. >> jimmy: do you think that celebs are just like -- they're getting paid to commit these crimes? >> absolutely. well, one of the dreams that i have not achieved yet is i really want a celebrity mug shot. you know, i'm old school. i like the old fashioned nick nolte with the wiry hair, like this. >> jimmy: yeah, that was a good one. that was good one. >> that's a good one. but then, you know, paris hilton kind of reinvented it when she had the sideways ponytail and full hair and makeup, like this. so, that's one thing i haven't gotten yet. and i'd like to commit a crime, i don't know what yet. but, i would love a celebrity mug shot. >> jimmy: you don't break the law, you don't do anything. >> i'll do it though, for a celebrity mug shot. it's only going to boost my career. >> jimmy: do you have ideas of what your mug shot would look like? >> i don't really want to really hurt anybody and i don't really want a trial. that would be pesky. but, um -- >> jimmy: that would take a lot of time. >> it would take too much time, i'm on the road a lot. >> jimmy: well, let's see your face. let's see your mug shot face. like, say that you were -- >> all right, what are my crimes? >> jimmy: shoplifting. >> okay. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: look at this camera. look at this camera, here. >> oh, which camera? okay. >> jimmy: camera three. that's your shoplifting mug shot. >> that's me at the beverly hills police department. >> jimmy: that's you at the -- how about you hit your assistant over the head with their ipad. [ light laughter ] yeah, that's a good one, there. >> 'cause it kind of, to me is like, she had it coming. i'm celebrity, that's their job." naomi campbell. naomi campbell. >> jimmy: i'm going to -- i'm going to give you another one. >> okay. >> jimmy: indecent exposure. oh, yeah, yeah, that's good. [ laughter ] yeah, you like that one there. >> i don't have much remorse, you can tell by the picture, i'm kind of like, "so what? your problem." >> jimmy: yeah, so you've got three good mug shots out of that. >> yeah, but nobody's really hurt, you know what i mean? >> jimmy: no. i want to say congratulations on the people's choice nominee. >> you and i are both nominated. >> jimmy: you got nominated for people's choice! >> people's choice nominees! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you totally deserve it because you work so hard. and gosh, four specials, i mean, good for you. >> and for "my life on the d list." and, but here's the irony. i am literally up against kim kardashian. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh! a war is on, you guys. >> a war is on, people.
>> jimmy: a war is on, get ready, buckle up. >> this guy's up as well. you deserve it. >> jimmy: it's gonna be good. kathy griffin -- >> we want the people to choose us. choose us, people. >> jimmy: people just choose you. people will choose you. [ cheers and applause ] they've already chose you. you're amazing. hey, do you want to stick around and play a game? >> i'd love to. >> jimmy: it'd be super fun. kathy griffin and i are going to play a game after the break. stick around, pictionary! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i'd race down that hill without a helmet.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody, we are back with the great kathy griffin. you can see her doing stand up this saturday night at carnegie hall as part of the new york comedy festival. kathy and i are about to play a game of "pictionary" with two members of our "late night" audience. kathy and mark are on one couch and whitney and i are on the other couch. [ cheers and applause ] congratulations by the way. look at this, right here. can we see it? can we see this? ooh-la-la! -- right there. ♪ congratulations. >> hey, jimmy, mark just became a father yesterday. >> jimmy: hey, congratulations! ♪ >> no. >> jimmy: that didn't happen. that's not true. >> sorry. i made that up. sorry. >> jimmy: okay, guys. [ laughter ] the rules are -- we do have a surprise for you, mark. bring on -- no. [ laughter ]
the rules are simple. you pick a clue. announce that it's an action, object, person or phrase. then, we start drawing. okay? 30 seconds on the clock. it's her turn. no talking. no miming. no cheating. you just draw, and your teammate guesses. kathy and i will each go once. -- it's one point per correct guess. then, our teammates have a showdown. drawing the same clue at the same time while kathy and i both try to guess. first team to correctly answer the showdown round gets two points. may the best team win. kathy griffin, why don't you draw first, please? >> okay, you got it. what number should i draw? >> jimmy: you go over there, mark. >> audience: [ shouting ] >> seven, i heard it. okay, okay. right. >> jimmy: all right, are you ready? >> yeah. >> jimmy: hey, you're good. >> i guess. okay. >> jimmy: all right. good luck. >> no talking. got it. okay. >> okay. it's a circle. this -- it's a happy face? >> wait. if they say something correct, do i say "yes?" >> jimmy: oh, what is it? you have to say what it is first. >> oh, okay. >> jimmy: what is it? is it an action? is it an object? let's start the clock again. can we? [ light laughter ] you have to say, is it an object or a thing. >> this is a [ bleep ] fest. >> jimmy: no, no. [ laughter ] no, it's not. no, it is not. >> all right, sorry. it's -- i would say it's an object.
>> jimmy: all right, ready? go. >> okay. there's the first clue. >> okay. the face? a happy face? >> no, but -- >> jimmy: don't get mad at him. >> if he's correct -- [ laughter ] if he's correct, do i go like that? >> jimmy: no. i don't know. you just keep drawing. >> okay, if he gets -- >> jimmy: don't talk! >> joy? joy with -- joy with little joy? >> jimmy: wow, that's tiny. it's hard to see. >> you're becoming elated? happy? you're thinking? thought bubble? a lot of hair? [ light laughter ] a lot of people with hair? >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. you are so bad. >> you're losing your head? you're -- you're -- >> oh, wait. one of the words he said was correct. [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: no, you can't -- [ sad tuba ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: what was it? >> yeah, in your face, fallon. >> jimmy: that doesn't -- >> yeah, take that. good luck, buddy. good luck. >> jimmy: beat that. beat that. >> yeah, good luck, fallon. >> jimmy: what was it there? what was it, kathy? >> can i say what it was? >> jimmy: yeah. >> shrunken head. [ laughter ] >> i thought i said that. >> jimmy: shrunken head. very good. that was very good stuff. guys, which one? [ shouting ] three. i heard a three. here we go. oh, boy. [ laughter ] all right.
this is a phrase. >> a phrase. >> jimmy: okay. [ light laughter ] ready? >> ready. diamond in the rough? stop sign? yield? wavy road? slippery when wet? slippery when wet? curve ahead? >> jimmy: yes! curves ahead. [ cheers ] ♪ i've never even heard of "curves ahead." i thought that was -- >> you're looking at it. [ laughter ] >> curves ahead, buddy. the band knows what i'm talking about. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> all right, now, does he draw? >> jimmy: yeah, mark, you're up, my man. go for it. >> mark, make it better. >> don't we both go? >> jimmy: oh, you both go. it's the showdown. that's right. >> oh, you both go. okay. >> jimmy: you both go. you get a fresh piece of paper. no, we can sit down. all right. yeah, we're good. [ laughter ] shrunken head was good, kathy. >> shrunken head made no sense. i should have pointed to like a genital area. [ laughter ] and then i was going to do, like, a sexual double -- no, no, no? no? okay, got it. >> jimmy: no, no, no. i'm glad you didn't. okay. now, you guys both pick a number and you'll both be drawing the
same thing. >> okay. >> okay. >> jimmy: and whoever guesses it, wins the whole deal. >> got it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's on. it's go time. >> jimmy: okay. >> you can pick. >> uh? requests? four. i heard four. >> jimmy: one person said four. yeah, yeah, yeah. that's great. >> sounds good. >> jimmy: very nice. i saw it already. i saw it, i saw it, i saw it. >> sorry. [ shouting ] >> jimmy: mc. mc hammer. >> i thought it said "mr. conner." i thought it said "mr. conner." >> ready. [ cheers ] don't do it until i'm not looking. >> all right, not looking. oh, my goodness gracious. >> mr. conner would have been tough. >> jimmy: mr. conner would have been real tough, yeah. >> all right. now, do we get to ask what it is? >> jimmy: yeah. >> object? >> person. >> lordy. >> it's a person. >> jimmy: it is a person. >> okay, here we go. >> jimmy: ready? go. president obama. michelle obama. [ laughter ] harry potter. oh, angelina jolie. >> it's sofia vergara. >> jimmy: anna nicole. anna nicole, um. it's a woman. it's a -- marilyn monroe. >> it's kim kardashian. it's jennifer lopez. >> jimmy: it's someone that -- wait, what is that? whoa, whoa. what are you drawing over there? >> khloe kardashian. >> jimmy: i don't know what that is. >> it's khloe.
it's spongebob squarepants. >> jimmy: is that a genital? i don't know what's happening. [ laughter ] >> it's somebody on tv. it's somebody on tv? >> jimmy: bones? >> it's a lady. >> jimmy: bones. >> it's a lady. >> jimmy: joints. >> it's a box on her head. [ buzzer ] and boobs! [ applause ] >> that's hard. [ cheers and applause ] first of all, this is that. you had this to choose from. and then, look at this thing. [ laughter ] >> is that a -- >> jimmy: that's -- that -- what is that? >> that's because she's running the marathon. and she's like, "oh, my leg is killing me." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no. what is that, a hoof? >> it's a bionic knee. >> jimmy: bionic knee? [ light laughter ] for a rabbit? [ laughter ] a cartoon rabbit? [ applause ] well, either way -- who got the win? >> who was it? >> jimmy: i'll give to it kathy griffin. all right, kathy griffin, i'll give you -- [ cheers ] ♪ >> jimmy: what was it? >> bionic woman. >> jimmy: yeah, bionic woman. bionic woman. >> oh, the bionic woman. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. well, we'll have to have a rematch. >> fantastic. >> jimmy: you guys, i love kathy griffin. go see her show at the new york festival! >> you tried. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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dominic cooper! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: dominic cooper, welcome back to our program. [ british accent ] "do you like being in new york city?" >> that's a fantastic accent. >> jimmy: thank you so much. i appreciate that. that was for you. i know because you live in london, right? >> i do live in london. i love being back here. i feels -- it's a bit -- i lived here for around a year, when i did a play here, a few years ago. so, it always feels a bit like i'm coming home. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i love knowing a city that well. >> jimmy: do you have a favorite place you go hang out or a favorite restaurant or anything? >> i can't tell you where that is. >> jimmy: it's all secret. >> it's all very secretive. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. but, do you -- your family's still all out in london, right? your brother, i know -- >> they're all still there. they're all there. >> jimmy: do you have two brothers? >> three brothers. >> jimmy: three brothers? >> three brothers. >> jimmy: i know one of your brothers. >> not personally? no, from watching -- >> jimmy: yeah, i know of him. kid kasio.
kid kasio. >> this is all you're going to get. >> jimmy: kid kasio is your brother? >> he calls himself kid kasio. >> jimmy: his brother calls himself kid kasio with a "k." >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and he does strange things in the studio with instruments. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no. >> musical instruments. >> jimmy: he plays, like, fun '80s type -- >> he does. he was strange kid. we didn't get on at all as children. but, i mean, we get on very well now. but, he does -- yeah, he always wanted to be an '80s pop star. when we were on holiday and it was always scorching hot. and i'd be rummaging around in the dirt, he'd be in the bathroom, putting on a leather tie and a leather pair of trousers and a frilly shirt and spraying his hair for hours. >> jimmy: but this is in the 90s. this was in the '90s, right? or the 2000s? yeah. >> it was just too late to be doing that. >> jimmy: that's your brother -- >> and now he does music. and now, he -- yeah. makes music. >> jimmy: man, he's killing it. man, you can youtube him right now. it's kid kasio with a "k." he's really fun, it's fun stuff. is he proud of you? you're proud of him. >> i think so, yeah. no, actually, i think it was him that kind of also got me in wanting to do acting in the first place. so, he certainly went to drama school before i did. in a attempt to go to drama
school, but didn't get in. >> jimmy: 'cause, i mean, you had a great year. "captain america." "the devil's double," i told you last time you were here -- this guys -- you know uday hussein? yeah, you don't know him. [ laughter ] >> oh. >> kathy: it's always good to clap. oh, i loved him. >> jimmy: yeah, don't clap for him but you know him. but, anyways, he had to have -- [ laughter ] well, he had to have a double of him so that he wouldn't get assassinated and you would never know where uday hussein was. and so, he played uday and also his double in this movie. and it is -- gosh, you did such a good job in that film. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. like phenomenal. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i mean, you just went bonkers. it was great. and now, "my week with marilyn." gosh, look at this. michelle williams as marilyn monroe. look at this picture. [ scattered cheers ] is that unbelievable? ooh-la-la sassoon. [ light laughter ] so beautiful. oh, my gosh. this movie is fantastic. it's getting crazy, crazy buzz. >> she was just -- i mean, it was incredible to be around her, just watching her. >> jimmy: did you have lunch with her, like, during, like -- when you wrapped a scene, like, would you go eat, you know? whatever, hamburgers with her or whatever, as marilyn? >> we would go and eat
hamburgers with -- and it wasn't a case of, actually, you couldn't approach or you couldn't talk because she was in the zone. since she's such a wonderful actress and she's so friendly and kind and generous. you can talk easily. and i think, a film set is an environment in which you need to be able to be accessible and talk about anything. so, when people sort of close off and immerse themselves in a character too much, i think it can be quite distracting and difficult for other people around you. didn't do that at all. >> jimmy: like when you were uday hussein did you, like, throw hamburgers at peoples' face? start throwing things around, like, being a tyrant? yeah, yeah, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but, yeah. but, now, do you want to explain what this movie is about, "my week with marilyn?" >> well, it's a glimpse into her life, really. it's not -- what i loved about the -- reading the script, originally was -- in biopics, they often try and cover the whole of that person's life. and it's very difficult to cram someone's life into a film that's that short. so, you get a very specific moment when she went over to london. what with olivier making a film called "the prince and the showgirl," which by all accounts, wasn't very good. but they had a very difficult dynamic together.
and she was at a very hard moment in her life and it was about to change dramatically. miller went over with her. and they embarked upon making this film. and then, she goes off with this young boy and sort of has a wonderful -- they have a wonderful week together. it's very magical. but you get to see the real her. you know, what lies behind the glamour. >> jimmy: as opposed to the iconic image of her. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, just look at this. this is crazy makeup and hair. i mean, that's -- that's -- that's insane. that looks like marilyn monroe. >> are you sure that isn't marilyn monroe? >> jimmy: no, this is not. this is not. i swear. this is michelle williams. but still, isn't that wild, how they did that? and you're going to freak out when you see her in the movie. let's take a look at dominic cooper in "my week with marilyn." >> oh, no, the accent. >> arther miller called me. he's not happy with you. >> he doesn't even know who i am. >> well, marilyn must have said something. >> maybe she's just trying to make him jealous. >> listen, kid. i've known marilyn for seven years. i fell in love with her just as you've done.
we had ten days together, and that was it. she picked me up. she put me down. that's what she does. she breaks hearts. she will break yours. my advice to you? is quit before you get burned. >> i don't need your advice. >> have it your way. you don't see marilyn again. you don't even talk to her. she's completely off-limits to you. do you understand me? >> yes. >> jimmy: oh! [ cheers ] i mean, so good. you're good. you're a goodie. "my week with marilyn" is in theaters wednesday, november 23rd. right in time for thanksgiving. dominic cooper, everybody. we're cooking with david chang next. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a celebrated chef and owner of the momofuku restaurant, whose empire now includes a quarterly food journal called, "lucky peach." so, you can get this magazine. it's so fun. issue two is on newsstands november 15th. please welcome chef david chang, in the house! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you are a rock star. kathy is going to be with us, here. congrats on "lucky peach." >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: the first issue of this -- i loved it so much, 'cause like it's recipes and food stories and just interesting stuff. and tony bourdain talks stuff in here. this issue includes stickers that you can put on your banana instead of the chiquita. [ light laughter ] it's just like all cool, fun stuff like that. i love how fun you are. you're a rock star, my friend. >> oh, no, no, no. >> jimmy: oh, i know, i know. what do you got -- what do you got for us tonight? what are we doing? >> kathy: feed me. >> drinks first. >> feed me now. >> do you want a drink or? -- >> kathy: feed me. >> jimmy: yeah, feed her with drinks, feed her with drinks,
feed her with drinks. >> we have pina colada. >> kathy: oh, okay, thank you. >> but let me explain how we make it first. so, we learned this trick in japan. it's called the bar of high five. >> kathy: i can fly, man. i am wasted. >> jimmy: oh my god. >> kathy: pull my hair, pull my hair, pull my hair. woo, i'm wasted. >> jimmy: she is hammered. how do you do this? >> we make -- instead of diluting a pina colada with ice, oanosan, this bartender, makes a pina colada ice cube first. >> jimmy: what? >> and so all you're going to do is add the rum. >> jimmy: how does he make the ice cube though? >> three to one ratio of pineapple to coconut milk. >> kathy: science. >> science. >> jimmy: and just use that, why not, and simple syrup? >> simple syrup. >> jimmy: see, i'm good like that. >> and then just grind it, boom. [ whirling ] >> jimmy: all right. and then you've got these guys. >> done. that's what we got. >> kathy: thank you, chang. don't get wasted, dude. >> you don't want to dilute your drink with water, right? >> jimmy: oh, my gosh, it's phenomenal. -- just freeze your drinks and then just put them in the blender when you're ready. >> so --
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: i've been begging you to do this. now, thank you for doing this. >> i want you to do this, because you know, it pairs well with a cheese pasta, right? why not? >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. well, we have -- a lot of college kids watch our show and so i asked you last time -- i said, "can't we cook something with like ramen noodle soup? 'cause that's all i ate in college." and you were like, "no, we can't." but then you came back. all right. so, you did it. >> just throw everything in here. so, we have some ramen noodles. we're not using the package. throw it in there. >> jimmy: so just put ramen noodles in, don't use the -- don't use the thing. >> and throw the butter and some pecorino cheese. just throw it in there. >> jimmy: in the water, though? >> yeah. >> jimmy: see, normally i'd strain the water out. >> not doing that right now. >> kathy: what? is this like ramen alfredo? this is complicated. >> a little bit. cacio e pepe, it's a take on it. >> kathy: can you do this on a college dorm hot-plate? >> and some butter. >> jimmy: i think you can. and butter. was that a whole stick of butter. >> yeah, and some olive oil. >> jimmy: and a little olive oil. and what is that? pecorino romano cheese? >> pecorino romano and just stir it up. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. all right. and that's it? >> that's it. so, the water's going to
evaporate and -- >> jimmy: and it looks like that? >> that's what you're going to get. >> kathy: how long does it -- >> jimmy: chang, you're a master. >> like, in two minutes. so, it's a little bit of a joke because it's already cooked noodles so you can't -- so have to be a little bit slow to really mess this up. >> kathy: you have to be kris humpries. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: or maybe kris humpries -- he's not slow. kathy, he's not -- >> kathy: he could not do that. too hard for him. >> jimmy: he's a very famous nba player. he's great. [ light laughter ] all right, well i want to try this stuff out, right now. >> so -- >> jimmy: i love it. >> it's traditionally with a lot of cracked black pepper. and i know you love your italian food, so -- >> jimmy: i do love italian food. i will give this to kathy to try. also, i want to say -- you just got back australia, thanks for doing our show. >> oh, no problem, man. >> jimmy: you just opened another restaurant? >> we did, in sydney. >> jimmy: we have a lot of australian fans. they watch us on comedy channel. you got to check -- is it momofuku? >> momofuku. >> jimmy: momofuku, you got to check it out. and, i got to tell everybody. you got to check this out. it's a great gift for christmas, or whatever. it's the momofuku milk bar. i told you about these cookies. like, this cookbook will give you -- it's the best cookies. in fact, david chang has brought cookies for everyone in the whole audice
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