tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC September 28, 2013 12:35am-1:35am EDT
to asia. obama said, "where do you think i'm gonna ask for the money dumbass?" [ laughter and applause ] trust me! did you guys hear about this? there were reports that o.j. simpson was recently caught stealing cookies from the cafeteria -- [ laughter ] the report said o.j. simpson was recently caught stealing cookies from the cafeteria of his nevada prison. but simpson said he did not steal the cookies, but weirdly he's writing book about how he would have done it. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i didn't do it. but if i did, i know how i'd -- that's right, o.j. was caught stealing cookies from the prison cafeteria. unfortunately, officials blew the case when they had him stick his hand in the cookie jar and it wouldn't fit. [ laughter ] how could i possibly? how could i -- i want to say congrats to yankees great mariano rivera. [ cheers and applause ]
we love that guy. isn't he great? congratulations, mariano. last night was his final game at yankees stadium. apparently, he decided to retire after he finally saved enough money to buy a ticket to yankee stadium. it takes that long. very expensive tickets. [ applause ] this clip i'm about to show is adorable. these two awesome parents, they decided to surprise their daughter with a trip to disneyland. did you guys see this? it's going to make you happy. they filmed the surprise. they're in the car with the daughter, and they film the surprise. her reaction is amazing. watch this. >> uh-huh. >> let's ditch school today. >> yay! >> i think we should ditch school and go to disneyland. >> yeah. >> what do you think? >> yeah. >> okay. >> let's go. >> you serious? >> yeah. >> no! no! >> we're going to disneyland again. >> at halloween time? >> yes, honey. >> oh, my gosh. >> oh, honey. we're going again! >> oh, my god! >> oh, honey.
chloe, we're going to disneyland! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, the sister's the best. you weirdo. what the hell is going on! [ laughter ] isn't that amazing? that's so cute. i also cried like that when my parents told me that they were taking me to disneyland. of course, i was 30, but still, it was a great memory. [ laughter ] hey, guys, check this out. mcdonald's says that they will start giving customers a choice of vegetables in its value meals. yeah. then mcdonald's customers are like, is a potato a vegetable? then give me some of them fries. thank you so much for the vegetables. [ applause ] leave me alone. i saw that a 3d version of "wizard of oz" is in theaters this week to celebrate the movie's 75th anniversary.
so if you're a guy who can't wait to see judy garland in 3d, then you and your wife should probably have a talk. [ laughter and applause ] this is actually creating a lot of controversy today. the maker of barilla pasta is facing criticism after saying that he would not show gay families in his companies ads. [ audience boos ] the gay community said they would definitely boycott. you know, if they still ate carbs. [ laughter and applause ] but still if they did, they would never eat that ever again. ever. >> steve: i'm good. >> jimmy: they look too good. yeah, that's right. he won't show gay families in his company's ads. or in simpler terms, he prefers penne and vermicelli, not penne and penne. know what i'm saying? [ laughter ] >> steve: that's some spicy meatballs. >> jimmy: no, no, no, no, no, no, no. [ laughter ]
>> steve: i didn't hear you. >> jimmy: and finally, everybody is so excited about football being back. gosh, people love their football. [ cheers and applause ] we love it here at nbc. this sunday night we got the new england patriots and the atlanta falcons. falcons and the patriots. 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 with that in mind, it's time for "late night superlatives." here we go. ♪ late night superlatives ♪ >> jimmy: our first player is stephen gostkowski. he was voted most likely to tell women in bars he is the dad from "modern family." [ laughter and applause ] i would say that, too. we have thomas decoud was voted most likely to sleep with a
birthday party hat on his head every night. [ laughter and applause ] that would get annoying. matt bryant was voted walter whiteiest. [ laughter and applause ] that's pretty obvious. duron harmon was voted most likely to suspiciously ask why when you ask him if he had a good weekend. [ laughter and applause ] yeah? it was great. we had fun, why? everyone had a good time. travian robertson was voted most likely to be the guy who uses the bathroom right before you in an airplane. [ laughter and applause ] pooper's full. [ laughter ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: doesn't make any sense. geral holly was voted most likely to star in "dork dynasty." i don't even know what that is. [ scattered applause ] matt ryan was voted most likely to include pleated khakis on his christmas list.
[ laughter and applause ] >> steve: that's a size 35! very rare. >> jimmy: oh, loafers! [ laughter ] my man sam baker was voted friendliest goat. i don't even know what that means. [ laughter ] what are they talking about? jassalo bartou was voted most likely to be able to switch his first and last name without anyone noticing. how you doing? i'm bartou jassalo. just kidding, i'm jassalo bartou. [ laughter ] and finally danny aiken was voted strongest mom. there you go. [ laughter and applause ] those are our nfl superlatives. we have a great show tonight! give it up for the roots! ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have a fun show tonight! come on! [ cheers and applause ] the lovely, the talented julianna margulies is here! we love julianna margulies. oh, man. i am going to challenge julianna to play a game of pictionary later in the show. [ cheers ] i'm awful at pictionary. >> steve: what? >> jimmy: i'm bad, but i keep playing it. >> steve: you keep on playing because you're not a quitter. >> jimmy: thank you. i'm trying to get better. i'm trying to get better and better. like, give me -- give me something. >> steve: all right, ready? >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: dog food. i'm sorry. snake. >> jimmy: snake. [ light laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] [ cheers ] >> steve: not bad. >> jimmy: pretty good, man. >> steve: okay, ready? you draw -- >> jimmy: wait, hold on. i'm going to tell you what it is.
it's the guy from barilla pasta. [ laughter ] [ talking over each other ] plus, oh, i love this guy too. he's an excellent actor who stars on the new showtime series "masters of sex." michael sheen is stopping by! [ cheers and applause ] and we have music from superchunk! oh my! [ cheers and applause ] happy friday. happy fun time. guys, today is friday and that's usually when i catch up with some personal stuff. i check my inbox, return some e-mails and, of course, send out "thank you notes." and i was running a bit behind. [ cheers and applause ] i'm running a bit behind today so i thought, if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd just like to write out my weekly "thank you notes" right now. is that cool? are you guys cool with that? [ cheers and applause ]
thank you so much. i appreciate it. roots, can i get some thank you note writing music, please? ♪ [ laughter ] oh, my gosh. >> steve: a mannequin. >> jimmy: is that a still painting. [ laughter ] >> steve: it's on velvet. it's like one of those paintings that follows you with their eyes. >> jimmy: i don't know. >> steve: he's so cute. >> jimmy: like in "harry potter"? >> steve: yeah, like in "harry potter." [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, keyshawn johnson, for being the first contestant eliminated from "dancing with the stars." you may be an incredible athlete, but on the dance floor you got beat by this guy. [ laughter and applause ] i don't know how. ♪ thank you, police in pennsylvania that caught two men stealing $8,000 worth of bras from a victoria secret store. man, that must have been a huge bust. [ laughter ] i can just imagine. i can just imagine.
[ applause ] yeah, yeah. ♪ thank you, scrunchies, for looking like rubber bands in sweatpants. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ thank you, work e-mail announcement that there's cake in the kitchen, for turning everyone in the office from hardworking adults into a pack of rabid, wild hyenas. cake! [ cheers and applause ] cake! cake, oh, my god! ♪ thank you, the phrase "close but no cigar," for being a great way to describe a cigarette. [ laughter ] is that a cigar?
>> steve: close. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, mozzarella sticks, for being the best way to just eat sticks of cheese while pretending i am not just eating sticks of cheese. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: eat five of those. >> jimmy: cheese -- >> steve: can you deep fry those for me? thank you. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, braids, or as hair calls you, threesomes. [ laughter ] they're three. [ applause ] >> steve: ooh la la. >> whoo. >> steve: whoo! >> jimmy: it's a wild audience tonight. friday, you got to look out. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
thank you, crocs, for being a terrifying animal and an even more terrifying shoe. [ laughter ] there you go right there. those are my "thank you notes." we'll be back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ unh ♪ ♪ hey! ♪ ♪ let's go! ♪ [ male announcer ] you can choose to blend in. ♪ ♪ yeah! yeah! yeah! or you can choose to blend out. ♪ oh, yeah-eah! ♪ the all-new 2014 lexus is. it's your move.
>> jimmy: our next guest is an emmy and golden globe award winning actress who stars in the hit show "the good wife," which has its season premiere sunday night at 9:00 on cbs. welcome her back to our show, we love her. julianna margulies! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. oh, my gosh. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and you smell great, as well. >> i do? >> jimmy: yeah. you smell beautiful. >> i have a funny story about what i wear. >> jimmy: yeah, what are you wearing? >> but it wasn't part of our thing. should i do it anyway? >> jimmy: yeah, i'd love to hear it. >> spontaneous? >> jimmy: spontaneous talking, what? [ light laughter ] >> okay, i'll tell you. i've been getting my -- i'm obsessed with this specific oil. and i used to buy it from the rasta guys on the stet in
new york city. >> jimmy: absolutely, yeah. >> and they were $5 a bottle. everyone would say, "you smell so good, that must be so expensive." i'd say, "it is so expensive." and then i couldn't find it anywhere. i scoured the city. no one had it. >> jimmy: no one had rasta oil. >> it's not rasta oil. i don't want to say what the oil is because then everyone will wear it. >> jimmy: they'll take your smell. >> they'll take my smell, and that's no good. but, i one day was walking and i see a guy selling incense. and i go, listen, i'm looking for this blah blah blah oil. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> do you know -- like it's the black market. >> jimmy: blah blah blah -- >> do you know anyone who sells it? and he goes, "actually, they don't sell it on the street anymore." this happened two years ago. i swear to god. >> jimmy: is there like a fight club for perfume? [ laughter ] >> he goes, "but, you see that building there? go down into that building." it was right on broadway. "go into the building. there's an elevator." i swear this happened. >> jimmy: don't do this. oh, my god. >> "press the up button. a guy is going to come down in the elevator." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is awesome.
>> "and he is going to take you up to this room." and i'm so desperate to get my smell back, i'm like, "okay." >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> and i do. i go, i press the elevator. this 6'4" huge rasta guy opens the door. i get in, and the door shuts. and it wasn't a fancy building. >> jimmy: "my name is -- [ light laughter ] come on in." >> he doesn't speak. and suddenly, i went, "oh, my god. nobody knows where i am." >> jimmy: yeah, you're in a weird -- >> i'm in a weird elevator in the middle of new york city. and i am now going to get killed and other horrible things. and you are such an idiot. >> jay: but? >> the elevator doors open. there's like an oil emporium -- with all these sweet people. i walk in. i'm literally shaking sweating. and they go, "the good wife!" >> jimmy: oh, my god. we love "the good wife." oh, my god. don't you love this city? isn't it so fun?
>> i love this city. >> jimmy: i love that you're adventurous, you would actually do that. i saw you at the emmys for like a second. >> yes, at the best part. the best part was my conversation with jimmy at the emmys. >> jimmy: we were in the green room just having fun. >> yeah, because that's where it wasn't somber. >> jimmy: i know. it was sad this year. >> it was a bit sad. >> jimmy: it was like a tribute, another tribute. i love tributes but -- >> i was crying. and at that point i looked at my husband. and he was like, "whoa, this is intense." and in the green room, champagne. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: irish funeral! come on, man! you know how it works. >> it kind of felt that way. and there was jimmy. so i felt like i was vindicated. >> jimmy: i didn't see you at the art museum at the big dance parties. >> did you dance? i feel horrible. >> jimmy: i danced, but i didn't really dance. >> because me and keith weren't there. >> jimmy: i missed you and keith. >> can we do an emmy party here in the city? [ cheers ] >> jimmy: we should, right? >> we should. we should do a really fun -- because you throw the best parties. i have to do press all the next day for "the good wife." because it's premiering at 9:00 on cbs. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: sunday, absolutly.
>> so i just got nervous to stay up. because that one time that i went to your party -- >> jimmy: ah, that was a rough one. >> i stayed out until 5:00 in the morning. i had to get up at 7:00. >> jimmy: no, i was still recovering on tuesday. yeah. but i felt good. >> that was good. >> jay: when you come, like, you're fun. julianna margulies comes to your party -- you should rent yourself out to go to parties. because you are so fun. she comes and she's dancing like -- and it's so fun and we're having a good time. this year, we danced. it was good. but, like, we're dancing different. >> well, they were coming from a funeral, so they were sad. >> jimmy: yeah, they were a little sad. also we had a lot of space and people were getting really free with the dances. >> oh, really? was it interpretive dance? >> jimmy: no, well, i don't dance -- it was a lot of like twerking and grinding. no, i know. i don't -- but i can't do that. >> i bet do you it well. >> jimmy: i do not do that well. in fact, i don't -- [ cheers and applause ] yeah, what happened was this. so i go out and someone asked me to dance. i won't say who. and they go, "you want to dance?" i go, "sure!" and i'm out there. and just give me a beat. and i go -- here we go.
♪ [ cheers ] and that was me, all right? >> okay. >> jimmy: here is them. "let's dance!" ♪ and i go, "stop, hey, whoa, whoa! stop, time out! hey! no more dancing! no more dancing! there will be no more dancing tonight." >> i just had a baby. i'm a father now. >> jimmy: i'm a father. i'm married, yes. i can't dance. that's not dancing at all. >> but i apologize for my -- i don't know what twerking is. >> jimmy: obviously neither do i. [ laughter ] but i think it's something like that. >> is that twerking? when you're dancing? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's kind of -- >> is it? >> jimmy: yeah, usually that's what it is. you're just kind of jumping up and down. >> oh, i thought twerking was something to do with tweeting. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no, no, no. not even close. not even close. i just want to say, on a separate note, you gave me the nicest baby present. thank you. >> can you tell i don't have a girl?
>> jimmy: i mean, i got clothes for my baby from now until she's five. you took care of her, man. through all the stages of her life, she will always wear something from julianna margulies. i'm so happy. >> thank you. i'm so happy. [ applause ] it made me so happy. >> jimmy: let's talk about "the good wife," now. here we go. you're back -- is it season five now? >> season five. >> jimmy: season five. this is a big show. [ cheers and applause ] good for you. it's a great show. >> thank you. >> jimmy: great cast. >> thank you. >> jimmy: my best to the cast. tell everyone i love them. >> josh said hi. >> jimmy: josh charles -- >> yeah, he's directing. he starts directing monday, our next episode. >> jimmy he's a talented, talented guy. >> and it's a -- i have to say, this year is really good. >> jimmy: i heard some underground stuff. i can't say because i don't want to ruin anything. >> well, the kid that plays my son, his name is graham phillips. and he read episode five of this season. and apparently he tweeted out, "this is the red wedding if we were on hbo." >> jimmy: and that's why you're like, "wait! what's going on?" >> i know. so it is sort of a civil war. it's a lot of -- it's good.
it's exhausting. >> jimmy: i don't want to give it away. >> i mean, i'm happy. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: but, it's going to be fun. it's going to be a good year. >> it's a really good year. and we have an amazing group of actors. jeffrey tambor is the judge in the first one. and he was so amazing, we asked him to come back for the second one. he is hysterical. >> jimmy: we love jeffrey tambor. >> he comes up with story lines. >> jimmy: nathan lane is coming on. >> nathan lane. i have been working with him all week. he's divine. >> jimmy: he's one of the funniest guys i've ever met in my life. >> so funny. >> jimmy: he's a great actor, but gosh, is he funny. he makes me cry laughing. >> like, laugh cry. like, "don't look at me when you say the lines because i can't --" >> jimmy: i want to show a -- oh, no, we don't have a clip, right? >> we don't have a clip. >> jimmy: no, we can act out a scene from "the good wife." [ laughter ] >> let's do it. let's do it. >> jimmy: ready? i just got back. i don't think that we will be able to -- >> we don't have time. we need to be in court. we have a continuance -- you're comfortable here. it's where you email, shop, even bank. but are you too comfortable? these days crime can happen in a few keystrokes.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back! julianna margulies is here! and we are going to play pictionary. and we have recruited a couple of audience members to join us. playing with julianna is katie. ♪ [ applause ] and my teammate is alex right here. ♪ [ applause ] now, everyone knows how to play pictionary. 30 seconds on the clock. we'll each take a turn drawing. then we'll have a showdown where julianna and i will draw the same clue at the same time. with our partners both guessing. and the correct answer in the showdown is worth two points. [ cheers ] ooh. >> can the audience yell out? no, you can't -- they can't yell anything -- >> jimmy: no, they can't guess. no, they can yell stuff out, but they'll be thrown out and asked to leave. yeah, it's very tough, very tough. very tough security rules. but no, you can yell out. if you go first, they can yell out a number that you can choose. >> oh, okay. >> jimmy: yeah.
okay, good. then you're allowed to say it -- come over here. [ audience shouting ] >> okay, okay. i hear two. and i can say what it is? >> jimmy: yes, you can say -- kind of, yes. >> okay. it's an object. >> jimmy: yes, that's perfect. >> i can say that, right? >> jimmy: yes. we're going. time is on. time is going. oh, my gosh. >> okay. tooth brush. flute? >> yes, flute! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that flute only had one note! >> that's the air hole, right there. >> jimmy: what number? [ audience shouting ] ten people just said eight. oh, my gosh. [ cheers ] >> doesn't the clock start now? shouldn't the clock start now? he's getting too much time to think. >> jimmy: oh, wait. it's not for you.
it's not for you. you will get this. all right, great. well, i don't know. maybe you will. i don't know. oh, wait. what is this? oh, it's an action. >> oh, my god! >> jimmy: sorry, it is an action. >> demerit points, people. >> jimmy: no, the clock is not going yet. now, it's going. it's an action. are you ready? >> okay. [ light laughter ] >> it's a -- [ laughter ] a person? it's a horse? it's a horse -- [ laughter ] it's fighting, fighting! fighting! >> jimmy: what is it? >> farting! >> jimmy: no, what? [ laughter ] no. sorry. [ buzzer ] [ sad tuba ] i'm so sorry. i didn't mean to do that. of course it was like what you just said, but no. [ laughter ] >> oh, it's twerking. >> jimmy: it's twerking. yeah, i'm so sorry. i didn't know what to do. i'm just totally embarrassed. oh, my gosh. >> it's not a very hard one, in
his defense. >> jimmy: i can't even look at it. i can't even look at it. honestly, i'm totally embarrassed. >> in your defense, it's hard to draw twerking. >> jimmy: oh, my god. thank you so much. >> you could have drawn an ass with music, though. like a big ass. >> jimmy: that's kind of what i did, right? >> you spent a lot of time on some sort of shoulder. [ laughter ] okay? >> jimmy: it's someone twerking with a dislocated shoulder. [ light laughter ] very tough one. >> which one? [ audience shouting ] >> go for it. >> okay. it's a phrase. >> it's a phrase. >> um, don't let the baby out with the bath water. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a phrase? >> the crown. the cake. birthday cake! blow out your candles. piece of the pie. it's another piece of pie. pie candle. >> jimmy: yes!
that's it, pie candle! [ laughter ] >> layer cake. piece of pie! pie! piece! candle! flames! [ buzzer ] [ sad tuba ] >> jimmy: piece of cake! >> it's a piece of cake! >> jimmy: you said everything but that! piece of pie. [ talking over each other ] >> it's a piece of cake. >> jimmy: that was the best one. all right, good. i love how quest almost played the drums -- kind of like, "you got it! you didn't get it. [ laughter ] you got it! you didn't get it." >> i'm so sorry. that was a great piece of cake. >> okay, what should i pick? [ audience shouting ] >> jimmy: who's yelling out two? it's clearly not there. >> okay, it is an object. >> jimmy: it's an object. yes, very good. you have to move out of the way. how can i see? oh, glasses! oh, a bikini. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
ooh, la, la! yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. oh, a bikini. >> now we do it together? >> jimmy: wait, wait. you want me to do the opposite? bikini? ooh, glasses! all right, ready? this is the showdown, now. >> okay. >> jimmy: here's the way it works. we'll both draw the same thing. here, hang this up in your dressing room. [ light laughter ] we'll both read the same clue, and then we're going to draw at the same time. whichever partner guesses it first, wins the whole game. >> which means that they can both look at either -- >> jimmy: sure, yeah. what? >> well, after twerking, why not? >> jimmy: oh, my god. [ laughter ] what number? [ audience shouting ] five? what do you think? >> five. >> jimmy: we both look at that. >> okay. it's an action. >> an action. >> jimmy: it is an action. ready? go! i guess we're going! >> sleeping! raking the leaves! ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the winner! oh, my gosh! [ cheers and applause ] julianna margulies! catch the premiere of "the good wife," sunday at 9:00 p.m. on cbs. michael sheen joins us next. there is in the bud light platinum suite! hello! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ one way or another i'm gonna find ya i'm gonna getcha getcha getcha getcha one way or another i'm gonna win ya i'm gonna getcha getcha getcha getcha one way or another i'm gonna see ya i'm gonna meetcha meetcha meetcha meetcha one day, maybe next week i'm gonna meetcha, i'm gonna meetcha, i'll meetcha one way or another (where i can see it all find out who ya call) one way... ♪ you're the star of the team ♪ you deserve to smell fresh with a confident gleam ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're just talking, and yeah, what i should have drawn for twerking -- i should have drawn little cat ears and a giant tongue. yeah, a tounge. then everyone would have got it. all right, our next guest is an emmy-nominated actor who stars in the new showtime series "masters of sex," which premieres this sunday at 10:00 p.m. please welcome michael sheen everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: thank you for coming to new york city here, our pal. you're not from the city, no? >> i am not from the city, no. >> jimmy: you're from wales? >> i am from wales land. >> jimmy: yes, you're from wales land. >> yes, absolutely. but i love coming to the city. i love new york. >> jimmy: it's beautiful, right? and it is perfect weather, too, right now. >> it's extraordinary. well, i live in los angeles, where we don't have seasons. >> jimmy: no, no, not at all. it's one season. >> exactly. all you can eat buffet season. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. [ light laughter ] >> but here you get such extreme seasons. it's extraordinary. the first time i came to new york, it was in july. it was boiling hot. and i stayed in a hotel, and i'd never experienced air conditioning before. because we don't have air conditioning in britain. it doesn't happen because it just rains all the time, and you don't need it. and so i came out of the hotel lobby where it was freezing cold, stepped out the door into the street, immediately just soaking wet. drenched in my own sweat. and then go back into the lobby, freezing cold. >> jimmy: yes! >> i believe this is how we get
our information from iraq. this is how you torture people. >> jimmy: it's a from of torture. yes, hot and cold. temperature torture. that's what we do here in new york. that's why we're so tough. that's what we do here. [ cheers and applause ] exactly. i'm a big fan of your work. i saw you on stage in "frost/nixon." and gosh, you were amazing in that. [ applause ] >> oh, thank you very much. >> jimmy: you went on to do the movie as well. >> yes. >> jimmy: the play was interesting to me because it was just two people just kind of talking -- >> yeah, just like this. and this isn't interesting. >> jimmy: no, not at all. [ laughter ] but that was just -- i was like, "how are they doing this?" it was unbelievable. and you just -- gosh, you were amazing. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: and then, i saw you play tony blair in two movies or three? >> we did three. "the queen" was the one that sort of was in the cinema. but, we did three of them all together. >> jimmy: for a second i thought that you were tony blair. >> well, you're not alone. >> jimmy: okay, really?
>> i heard tony blair being interviewed, and he said that whenever he does come to america, people come up to him in the street and say, "you're great in that movie 'the queen.' you're fantastic." >> jimmy: does he get that, really? >> yeah, so he gets complimented on his performance. >> jimmy: that is so good. >> i, of course, am constantly saying i did not invade iraq. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you for saying that. at least someone -- yeah. i was doing some research on you, as i do for our guests, and i saw that your dad is a jack nicholson impersonator. >> well, he's a jack nicholson look-alike. to say that he's an impersonator would imply a level of skill -- [ laughter ] -- freakish note. >> jimmy: i love how nice everyone is to their own dad. >> but i do say what he lacks in specificity, he makes up for in commitment. he gives it 150%. >> jimmy: so he looks like jack nicholson? and what does he do, though? he shows up? >> well, he first started doing it -- you know when the first tim burton "batman" film came out, and jack nicholson was the joker? >> jimmy: absolutely. >> well, in our local cinema in port talbot, which is where i come from. the plaza cinema in port talbot, they were showing the film there.
and the queue's around the block to get in there, the line. i think you call them lines. >> jimmy: no, we call them queues. >> you call them queues as well. [ laughter ] you're coming along very well. >> jimmy: it's just very hot outside. it's very cold in here. >> befuddles the brain. so the line, the queue, is outside. and so my dad was pretending to be a waxwork model of the joker in the film. and he would just sort of stand there. and then when people --you know, every five minutes as the queue moves through, he'd just -- [ shouts ] and scare everyone. but there was one moment where -- this is absolutely true. he was doing it, and then he saw someone he worked with in line. and he just went, "dave, what are you doing here?" and dave just went -- >> both: agh! >> jimmy: i'd probably be scared -- [ talking over each other ] -- calling me by my first name. what? we have a photo of him here just because you guys wouldn't even believe this. it's like an ad. i don't know. it's like a spanish ad or something. i think it's spanish. that's your dad.
look at this. >> julianna: oh, my gosh. >> look at that. >> jimmy: he's unbelievable. i thought that was jack. that's your dad. >> it's el doble. [ laughter ] >> julianna: like, is he a model? >> he is. it hasn't stopped him, the fact that he has one eye replaced. like a 500-year-old -- [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: he could cover up his whole face, and he'd still look like jack nicholson. >> he looks so like jack nicholson apart from the 500 -- >> jimmy: apart of the sunglasses that came with it. but that's amazing. >> i know. he does it very well. >> jimmy: does he sound like him at all? >> not at all. >> jimmy: perfect. all right, yeah. we've got to have him on. that would be great. let's talk about your show, "masters of sex." can you set it up at all? explain to these people who you're playing. >> well, yeah. i play a man called bill masters. this is a real man. it's about masters and johnson. johnson played by lizzy caplan. >> jimmy: she's great. >> she's fantastic. and they were pioneers in the field of sex research in the sort of late '50s, early '60s. so it is a story of their study, and how our culture has been changed by what they did. and the sort of extraordinary relationships that they had. a very sort of exploratory view
of sex. >> jimmy: well, it's getting crazy good reviews. i know that. so i appreciate you coming on the show. i want to show everyone a clip. here is michael sheen in "masters of sex." take a look at this. >> given that every museum in the world is filled with art, created from this basic impulse, the greatest literature, the most beautiful music. the study of sex is the study of the beginning of all life, and science holds the key. yet, we sit huddled in the dark like prudish cave men, filled with shame and guilt. when the truth is nobody understands sex. now nobody will. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] but we will find out, yeah. michael sheen.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to julianna margulies, michael sheen, superchunk, and the greatest band in late night the roots, right there, ladies and gentlemen. stay tuned for carson daly. thank you for watching. have great weekend. hope to see you next week. buh-bye! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> carson: hi there, carson daly here and you are watching "last call." thank you so much. all week long, i've been teeing up shows from the cutting room, here in new york city. tonight, we're gonna do the same. let's check out the lineup. for music damien jurado sings
his heart out from the troubadour. in our "spotlight," we've got animal planet's best performing series ever, "river monsters." but first, we sit down with two of the funniest ladies east of the mississippi. combined, they've appeared on "last comic standing," "conan," "best week ever" and "fallon." and they can be seen weekly as the host of mtvs "nikki and sara live." from valbella here in new york, this is nikki glaser and sara schaefer, on "last call." >> i had been wanting to do a talk show. i had been like getting really serious about pitching something and my manager was like, "well, they're going to ask you 'why you?'" and i'm like well, "'cause i was born to do this!" and he's like, "you can't say that." um, then i was like -- >> carson: or sing it. >> yeah, no -- it just didn't work out. >> carson: you should have jumped into a whole "glee" number. [ laughs ] ♪
♪ >> kim kardashian has been on a roll lately when it come to getting crazy facial treatments. this one is called the cow facial. [ laughter ] >> you know how a lot of people use placenta creams on their face? well, studies have actually shown that you can't get the full benefit unless the placenta is currently in use. >> she captioned this one, "my head is in a cow, feeling so tranquil and beautiful." >> yeah. ♪ >> carson: it's so good to finally see you guys. i'm such a big fan. >> oh, thanks. >> thank you so much. >> carson: and it was crazy for me, obviously coming from mtv, and see you guys in that "t.r.l" role. i was like, when i come to new york i just want to hear your whole story, because you guys are terrific. >> well, gosh. >> thank you so much. >> thank you, 'cause -- >> that is -- >> for us, it's surreal to be sitting here with you. >> it really is. >> carson: tell me more about that. >> i mean -- >> i mean, i'm shaking. >> it is surreal to be in that studio. >> carson: where are you, because i can't tell if mtvs the same exact place? there was portions of that "t.r.l" studio -- >> from what i've heard, it's been split in half. >> carson: oh, okay. >> and we're the south half. >> carson: right. okay, right. the downtown studio, as we called it. but you still have the glass and it has the same effect. >> yeah, totally. slightly less fans outside for our show.
>> "t.r.l," i mean, i watched you every day coming home from -- i'm not going to tell you when, but middle school and high school. >> carson: thank you. thank you very much. >> and, so, it is surreal to be in there, but i always wanted to be on mtv whether it was "real world" or -- i mean, i would watch the v-jay searches and be like, that will be me someday. or -- i still have to like pinch myself in that studio sometimes. >> rihanna showed up four hours late to a charity appearance at a high school in chicago. in her defense though, her gps system was all like, "turn right at the diamond." [ laughter ] >> "entertainment weekly," and the daily beast are all reporting that jon hamm has said he's a fan of justin timberlake. now i have two things in common with jon hamm, a mutual love of j.t., and a giant penis. >> carson: how did you two sort of get paired up? how did you meet? >> we just met at a party for like comedians hanging out and we started talking about pod casts because that's what everyone's talking about now. like, the comedy pod casts is like the new way to market yourself. get yourself out there. >> carson: it's not competitive for comedi
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