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five or six people. yeah. did you get the new gold one? no, yeah. apple just announced they're sold out. sold out of the new gold iphone. won't be available again until october. people are like, "what are we going to do now?" apple's like, "wait five days?" [ laughter ] october's like, yeah, like next week. i saw this weird clip on my buddy's show. queen latifah's got a new talk show. it's great, by the way. [ applause ] she was on -- sure, give it up. we love her. [ applause ] so she's interviewing dr. phil. and they're talking. and dr. phil's trying to warn teenagers about "what they put online." [ laughter ] and he made up an example about -- [ as dr. phil ] "what could happen when you get drunk." but it had weird details. here, listen to this. >> and the admissions committee says, "well, let's facebook this old boy." they go, oh, what's that written on his forehead? >> right. >> right next to the vomit on the floor?
oh, that says "slut dog." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's happened to everybody here, right? [ laughter ] sounds less like something that could happen, and more like something that did happen to dr. phil. [ laughter ] [ dr. phil impression ] "i get a couple drinks in me, i'm a real slut dog." [ laughter and applause ] "head next to some vomit. slut dog written on my --" slut dog. [ laughter ] did you guys see this yesterday? an official at the vatican said that jesus was the first twitter user. because his statements were, "brief and full of meaning." [ laughter ] if you look at some of his quotes, they do kind of look like tweets. take a look at this one here. "just won my third water polo game. #walking." [ laughter ] that doesn't seem fair, but i can see him winning. [ applause ] let's see the next one here. "tmdif, thank my dad it's friday." everyone loves a good friday. [ laughter and applause ]
working for the weekend. here's the last one here. "#spoileralert. judas did it." there you go. [ laughter and applause ] you're giving it away! don't give it away! [ applause ] of course, not everyone tweets or even uses the internet. in fact, a new poll found that 15% of americans don't use the internet. yeah, they have an interesting name for those people. time warner customers. [ cheers and applause ] "are you available saturday at, like, i don't know. i don't know, i'll be this at like 8:00 a.m. and then -- anywhere between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. the next day." and then you go out for one second. you go out for one second. you see a dude run out of your bush and put a stamp. like, "we were here, we were here, we were here!" [ laughter ] i just stepped out for a second! [ car peeling out sound ] they peel out. here's some tricky health news here. a new study found that drinking
caffeine can actually hurt how our brains function. i don't know if that's true. i mean, because i drink caffeine every day and lawn mower, unicorn, trumpet pants. [ laughter ] i mean, i mean, blorf. [ laughter ] that was for tina. that was for tina, yeah, i think she liked that. >> steve: what -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, i got to show you a clip of this guy. oh, my goodness. i feel bad for this guy. you're going to go nuts. this guy in alabama, he's a poet. he appeared on this local news show to showcase his abilities as a spoken word poet. when they asked him to perform, he decided to just freestyle and not read out of his books. he just wanted to freestyle his poems. he had a little trouble. check it out. >> you're going to do a spoken word for us now, right? >> right. >> and tell us what we're about to hear. >> it's just a freestyle. >> okay. >> i'm just going to pick it up as i go. >> freestyle. well, let me sit back.
go ahead, marshall. >> okay. [ laughter ] years ago they try to -- years ago they try to -- put me in the -- [ laughter ] >> do you want to try to read something from your book? >> yes. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: "yes, definitely. that's what i want to do." yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter and applause ] why would you make it that hard on yourself? you've written 20 books! >> steve: on the coffee table! [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: you've written 20 books laying down in front of you. "no, no, i would like to freestyle. i would like to freestyle. it's called freestyle." >> steve: god bless her, too. >> jimmy: years ago -- >> steve: want to read from one of your books? >> jimmy: yes, i would love to. [ laughter ] and finally, this is a funny video. a local news reporter in
california was doing a story alongside a baboon, and at one point, the baboon got a little too comfortable with her. take a look. >> i'm sabrina rodriguez. we're in lodi today. and i'm being joined right now by missy, the baboon. and we're going to be -- [ laughter ] she's trying to cop a feel a little bit. [ laughter and applause ] -- talking a little bit about -- [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: it got worse later when she went home to her husband. she was like, "i've met someone." [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! ♪ ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> that is bass player thunder cat sitting in with the roots tonight. [ cheers and applause ] here's his new album, "apocalypse," right here. you can pick that up. you can see him on tour starting november 13th in san francisco. >> jimmy: we have a great show tonight. gosh, i love this person. this is one of my favorite people ever. and this is an exciting time of year too. she's hosting the season premiere of "saturday night li" this weekend with musical guest arcade fire. yep, that's what i'm talking about. tina fey is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] so fun. she's so funny, man, and so smart. loves to work. it's just like work, work, work.
i remember when, because tina and i were on the same -- were on the cast for years. when you come back, the season premiere of "saturday night live" is the most exciting thing. because you've been gone all summer. you go home to your parents house. you're like a big shot. [ laughter ] you do. i remember lorne told me. it was a big lesson. because, the first summer after "saturday night live," i went home. and everyone's like, "dude, you're on 'saturday night live.' that was so great. you're the best person on the cast. you should be doing more of that one character." i should? "yeah, yeah, yeah. that disco character you did." oh, yeah, you saw that? "that's the best character. you got to do that." oh my god. and it just builds your head up so much. and then you get back to the city. you go, "hey, lorne, talking to people on the street and they were all telling me that i should do my disco character." [ laughter ] he's like, "no one wants to see your disco character. you went home to your friends and family. what are they going to tell you, will ferrell's the best?" they're just lying to you to make you feel good. and i go, "oh, my gosh, they are." and i watch the sketch.
that's an awful sketch. why would they want to see that disco character again? but -- tina fey is here again tonight. oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] can't have a better person on the show. we're going to -- every time she's on the show, we always ask her to play a new game with us. she's going to play a new game with us on the show tonight. i'll describe it to you later. that should be fun. and we have great music. oh, my gosh. goldfrapp is here tonight as well. [ cheers and applause ] goldfrapp. it's going to be fun. and we have a little special guest coming in the middle of the show too. [ audience oohs ] >> steve: hmm -- special. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you. hey guys, a couple months ago, we did this thing on the show called "gaming with my mom." i asked you guys to send in videos of you and your mom playing video games together. and then we showed our favorite clips on the show. and we had so much fun with that because they were, like, "what am i doing?" we want to do something like that again. but this time, we're calling it "freestyling with my mom."
[ laughter ] you've seen how easy freestyling can be. [ laughter ] so we want you to take a video of your mom freestyle rapping. whatever she's thinking about, just let her flow. just let her spit, yeah. i mean, it's very easy. you just saw on that video earlier. could be long or short. don't trick your mom. we don't want to trick any moms out there at all. we want to let them know this is what we want you to do. we actually have -- the roots made up a beat that moms can rap to. you can find it right here on youtube. there's the address, right there. go there. we want to hear some awesome mom rapping. we had one of our writers, zog, try it with his mom. take a look at this. >> hey, i'm seth herzog, and this is my mom. >> carol green. and i'm about to freestyle rap. [ laughter ] ♪ i love trains they're better than planes ♪ ♪ i stay on the ground where it's nice and sound ♪ ♪ i don't know what i'd do in a plane i have to do it
all over again ♪ ♪ so trains what can i say about trains ♪ ♪ they're nice and smooth nice and cushiony ♪ ♪ then i sit get in positiony ♪ ♪ that doesn't rhyme does it, now? ♪ ♪ but i don't care cause i'm a pound ♪ ♪ what can i say what can i do ♪ ♪ maybe i'll dance and kick off my shoe♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's actually great! she was really good. we want worse than that. [ applause ] we're looking for worse than that. anyone's mom. you should make her do it. just to see what happens. could be really funny. once you shot your video, upload it to youtube with the title "freestyling with my mom." to get more details, go to latenightwithjimmyfallon.com/ freestylingwithmymom. it'll be fun you guys. stick around, we'll be right back with more "late night." gonna be fun! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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what's up, stephanie! >> not much. i just saw the new one direction movie. >> jimmy: ew, why didn't you invite me? >> i did. but, you had an orthodontist appointment. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. sorry, forgot. anyway, how was it? >> it was pretty good. but, i wish it had more harry in it. >> jimmy: oh, my god. i love harry styles. >> me too. >> jimmy: i totally want to kiss him. hey. it's your first time. okay. >> well, well, well. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: anyway, enough of that. moving on. did you see the new miley cyrus video? we should do some twerking. >> ew. [ cheers ] no, twerking is so two, zero, one, three. nowadays is it's an about scrumping.
>> jimmy: oh, yeah. you want to have a scrump off? >> ew, let's do it. >> jimmy: ew, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> a nice strump. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> hey, girls, that's some pretty groovy dancing. >> jimmy: it's my stepdad gary! >> was that the fox trot you guys were up to? >> jimmy: gary, it's called scrumping. >> you know, when i was younger we used to do something the twist. >> jimmy: shut up, gary! shut up! get out, gary! >> all right. all right. i just came down here because your mother wants you to know the hamburger helper will be ready in five minutes. it's going to be good! >> both: it's going to be ew! >> all right. well, we'll save some for you
girls in case you chance your mind. catch you on the flipidy flop. >> jimmy: get out, gary! >> i'm going. >> jimmy: sorry, stephanie. gary's so annoying. all right. it's time for ew, speed round. here we go. ready. ew. >> anklet. >> jimmy: ew. >> gross. >> jimmy: graham crackers. >> ew. butternut squash? >> jimmy: ew! that sounds gross, man. >> ew. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. have you ever seen "mr. majorum's wonder emporium?" >> jimmy: mr. majorum's wonder emporium? >> no. >> jimmy: no, i never seen that. i should watch it probably. let's keep playing. >> okay. rick. >> jimmy: ew, why?
>> ew, who cares? >> jimmy: who cares? all right. that's all the time we have on "ew." i want to thank stephanie for dropping by today. thank you so much, stephanie. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for watching. join me next time. my younger brother spencer will eat a worm. ew. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i guess i can see the resemblance a little bit. thank you lindsay lohan for helping me out with that. [ cheers and applause ] stick around. i'll be right back with tina fey, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] what you have inside your phone says a lot about you. ♪ it's time the outside does too. only at&t lets you customize a moto x that's designed by you.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're now joined by a multiple emmy and golden globe award winner. as well as a "new york times" best selling author. this weekend, she's hosting the premiere of the 39th season of "saturday night live" with musical guest arcade fire. please welcome a great talent and great friend. here is our pal tina fey! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about now! tina fey, good to see you. thank you for coming back to see us. i appreciate it. >> i love being here. >> jimmy: i want to say congrats on another emmy win for you. >> oh, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: always great to see you up there.
but, now we got -- there's controversy surrounding -- >> controversy. >> jimmy: controversy surrounding you. thank you. we haven't discussed this here. mom broke the news to you. >> here's what happened. so, i had a great time at the emmys, one last emmy forever for "30 rock." and i'm leaving the next day in a good mood and i call my parents to say i'm getting on the plane. figured they would be excited to talk to me. and the moment i get on the phone, my mom just goes, "i'm reading about your nip slip." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? >> mom, don't know what you're talking about. but i guess my mom has a google alert on me. >> jimmy: oh, my god. we have to have her not do that. >> i was like, "no, that's probably wrong. i don't know what you're talking about, mom." my mom was right. turns out -- i guess some creeper like -- i guess if you videotaped it and slowed it down for one second when i went to hug my friend tracey wigfield that we won the emmy with, i guess there was a little momentary situation. i don't think it's that bad.
i brought a picture. we can evaluate as a group. >> jimmy: can we show it on our show? >> yeah, it's safe for work. >> jimmy: i don't know. i don't know. >> it's not that bad. >> jimmy: it's not that bad. [ laughter and applause ] it's pretty bad. kind of all showing there, yes. not even an intentional slip. >> you know paula pell's dog? our friend paula pell. >> jimmy: is that her dog? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, she just adopted. >> lucy, yes. >> jimmy: ah, we love paula pell. thank you for bringing the picture of the nip slip. >> sure. i'm always asking you for advice. because now i have a daughter. i know you have two beautiful girls. i have little winnie. i took her to see the doctor today. >> yeah. >> jimmy: she did great. >> okay, good. checkup? >> jimmy: checkup, three shots. >> what kind of shots do you get that little? >> jimmy: two tequila and one jägermeister. [ laughter and applause ] i said to myself, i got to stop seeing this doctor. nikki sixx.
>> nikki sixx. >> jimmy: nikki sixx, yes, recommended this doctor to me. i don't know what kind of shots, actually. the ones you're supposed to have. that's good to know. ask the doctor what he's doing to my child. >> sure. was this doctor in a van? >> jimmy: yes, yes. this doctor was in a van. it was very odd. at the end of the thing, i was like by myself in the van. and cops pulled me out. you have little girls around the house now. and i just, i don't know, any advice? i mean, do you have any? >> for you guys. well, you'll be a great dad. because you're a nice person. >> jimmy: thank you. >> i think with girls, i mean, it's like, chris rock said it the best. if you're a dad of a daughter, your main job is to keep them off the pole. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: absolutely. >> to that end, i think you just want them to be, like, little fun weirdos and nerds for as
long as possible. don't worry about being cool. we don't want them to worry about looking sexy certainly. you just want them to be nerds. my older one is eight now. think we're holding down nerd fort pretty well. she came home from school the other day and she's like, "hey, mom, guess what i noticed in the bathroom today at school." and i immediately remembered, like she reminded me when you said were a kid and said you'd try to change your laugh. because she was doing -- and she goes "guess what i noticed in the bathroom at school? and i was like "i wonder what this is going to be in the bathroom. i go, "what, what did you notice?" she goes, "i'm growing a mustache!" [ laughter ] it's like, you know, she's part greek and there's a little -- she goes, i'm going to grow it into a french mustache. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> i said, great. that's great. >> jimmy: i love her. come on. >> that's so cute and sweet.
>> jimmy: that's so cute but you can't say anything. >> so cute. she likes to decorate her room and stuff. because it's their space and they want to put stickers on their bed. yeah, whatever, as long as it doesn't mess up your bed, that's fine. and i went in there one day, and i'm like what is that new sticker on her bed? what is that weird shape? and i looked, and -- she thought it was cool. it was the crotch liner from a new bathing suit. like the thing that says, do not remove for sanitary reasons. boom. i got this. >> jimmy: you totally did. oh, my gosh. [ applause ] >> jimmy: "saturday night live." season premiere. [ cheers and applause ] so excited about this. >> me too. >> jimmy: it's always like nervous because it's like back to school, everyone's got different hairstyles and which one of the cast members got fat over the summer. but it's always exciting. you have arcade fire who are just amazing as well. >> so cool. >> jimmy: so it's going to be a fun, fun show saturday. i cannot -- i'll be watching.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody, we are back with tina fey. she is hosting the season premiere of "saturday night live" this weekend with musical guest arcade fire. you do not want to miss that. tivo it, dvr it. it's going to be awesome and watch it live. we always love to test out new games with tina. so, she and i are about to try this new game that our show thought of called "box of lies." and it works like this. upstage are a bunch of boxes containing objects neither of us have seen before. taking turns, tina and i are going to select a box, open it on our side of the table out of view of the other person. once the object is out of the box, you look at your opponent and you tell them what's in the box.
you might be lying or telling the truth. your opponent has to guess which one and say either "lie" or "truth." if you guess correctly, you get a point. if you guess wrong, the other person gets a point. first to three points wins. tina, as our guest, why don't you pick the first box please. >> i would love to. you guys have a number? >> audience member: five. >> five. okay, five. i heard five first. >> jimmy: okay. box number five. >> okay. oh, okay. >> jimmy: i'm not going to look. well, i can't see. >> okay. you guys got that? hello. >> jimmy: hi. >> in my box -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that was a game we tried once before. it wasn't as funny.
>> -- was a kitchen colander full of ping pong balls. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think that's the -- i don't know, you're so good. you might be telling the truth. gosh. i'm going to say it's a lie. >> it is the truth! >> jimmy: oh, my gosh! [ cheers and applause ] [ sad tuba ] i knew it. all right. i knew it. one point, one point, tina fey. what number, everybody? >> three! three! >> jimmy: someone's screaming three. all right, here we go. >> very important to him. >> jimmy: three! >> i'm going to be on tv. i said three! >> jimmy: three, it's in the box. here we go. they're all colanders with ping pong balls. [ laughter ]
okay, in my box -- [ laughter ] it was a sharp object. >> okay. >> jimmy: and it is one of those bartender tools. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: that has a couple useful things and a couple things that aren't useful. too many tools. >> huh. >> jimmy: swiss army bartender knife. [ laughter ] >> have you finished? >> jimmy: yes. [ laughter ]
>> i think you are lying. >> jimmy: yes! ♪ it was an extendable fork, which is really fun. yeah, it is pretty sharp. higgins has this -- he has like two of these always on hand. when i am having lunch, he will eat lunch, and he will reach over and have my lunch. i'll take it from him, and then he'll pull the second one out. >> may i have a number please? >> seven! >> jimmy: my gosh, seven. this could be for the wein. >> okay, for the wein. >> jimmy: you could be the big weiner. >> could be for the win is what you're trying to say. okay. okay. >> jimmy: are you ready? >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: are you ready? >> uh-huh, yes. >> jimmy: hi. >> hi.
>> jimmy: how goes it? >> going great. >> jimmy: cool, real cool. >> in my box was a very interesting collectible. and i don't know super much about these things, but i think it is patrick stewart's doll, the "star trek" doll, 12-inch "star trek" doll. >> jimmy: in your box is a 12-inch patrick stewart? [ laughter and applause ] you know, you can lie on this show. you're really clever. i'm going to say that you're lying. >> i am lying! ♪
[ applause ] >> jimmy: you're so good. i'm like, collectible? it was so good. the details are good. all right. number? nine? nine, number nine. >> number nine. >> jimmy: here we go. all right. >> okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: in my box -- >> oh, hello. >> jimmy: -- is something i use every day. something i have in my bathroom. what it is, is -- [ laughter ] hair removal strips.
>> huh. in a box? >> jimmy: in the box. >> i think you're lying! >> jimmy: i'm not lying! >> oh! [ sad tuba ] [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: doesn't matter. whoever wins this wins. oh, my gosh. all right. [ laughter ] hi. >> hi. >> jimmy: fine weather we're having. >> you want to know what's in my box?
>> jimmy: hash tag. [ laughter ] good hash tag. >> it's a cold ballpark frank in a ziploc bag. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i've heard the urban legend. [ laughter ] in your box is a cold, cold ballpark frank in a ziploc bag. >> has grill marks on it. >> jimmy: someone grilled it. put it in a ziploc bag. brought it to room temp or colder, placed it in your box, okay.
gosh, you're so tricky. i don't know! you're lying? [ sad tuba ] you are so good! ♪ >> yay! >> jimmy: right there, our thanks to tina fey! do not miss her hosting "saturday night live" season premiere this weekend. goldfrapp performs next! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> welcome back. this suggestion from big head, we provide side kicks all the way to vegas. >> this is my buddy, he is a psychic. we are going to win big. >> why? >> you are going to lose
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you everything that you need to know about the exquisite corpse project. for our music, awesome tv debut that we've been waiting a long time for. from live nation's wiltern, you'll see the debut of kitten. but right now, a veteran rocker trades in his microphone for a pen. as the frontman for afi and black audio, davey havok has sold millions of records and performed all over the world. but currently you can find him pushing his debut novel "pop kids." from greystone manor supperclub, here's our time. ♪ >> carson: davey, what's behind the pink door? >> that you would have to read the book to discover. >> carson: what's behind the pink door buddy? >> it's dangerous what's behind the pink door. ♪ >> carson: what was the spark to this, "pop kids"? >> really what was going on culturally at the time sparked the general concept for the narrative of "pop kids." >> carson: like, at what time? >> this was around the fall of 2008 that i had the concept of the main character score and his parties. as far as plot goes, it's a
story about a young man who starts throwing underground parties for his friends in a really small northern california town that spiral out of control. and the young man and the rest of the pop kids in the book for the most part are very, very obsessed with fame. as you and i grew up we did not have the impact of modern media in the same way. >> carson: no. we didn't have screen names. >> we didn't have -- yeah. >> carson: you and i had encyclopedias. >> right. >> carson: for book reports. we didn't have the internet. >> in order to find information we really, really had to search for it and sometimes experience it in a greater way than is necessary in this era. ♪ >> carson: somebody described the book "pop kids" as, underage scene kid version of "fifty shades of grey." >> whoa. >> carson: and i though about, you know, modern youth culture, sex, technology -- i guess for these kids it's a plus because of the level of accessibility but there's a big minus in there too, isn't there? >> well, i mean, the divide
between access to information and content and access to experience and actual personal growth is greater than it ever has been with modern youth culture as opposed to when we grew up. we're dealing, right now, with a youth culture who is raised with direct access to porn, to fisting videos. you know, when mom and dad go away that's what they're able to watch. they're also inundated with the a fame that is tied with that culture. ♪ >> carson: is a caution tale to kids when they're reading? >> i wouldn't say that it's cautionary. i think it's just illuminated -- >> carson: 'cause you're almost and authoritative figure from where i'm sitting 'cause i've known you and your music for so long and i feel like you have had a front row seat to these generations for 20 years through afi. you are almost -- you see these kids almost -- >> change. >> carson: change. >> change. and i see it both when i'm
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