tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC February 3, 2010 3:05am-4:00am EST
>> jimmy: thank you very, very much. that's what i'm talking about. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." happy tuesday. sorry if i look a -- a little upset. i just heard that starbucks recently raised the prices on almost all of its popular drinks. the company spokesperson said "starbucks is confident that people will still buy their coffee because it was already way too expensive in the first place." so, that's -- [ light laughter ] guys, i just read president obama plans to deliver his state of the union address next wednesday, january 27th. until then, he's just at home going, "please everything get better by wednesday, please everything get better by wednesday. please --" you can tell the president is losing some of his popularity. today, obama and secretary of education arne duncan, visited elementary school kids in virginia. and the kids were like, "oh, my gosh, secretary of education -- [ light laughter ] it's arne duncan! it's arne duncan, look!
can i have your autograph? it's arne duncan!" hey, this is pretty big. sarah palin is saying that her deal with fox news wouldn't keep her from rning for president in 2012. however, palin did admit her deal with fox news will keep her from winning. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] this is kind of weird. there's a new iphone app that alerts you if your spouse is trying to read your e-mails and text messages. [ light laughter ] experts are calling it a revolutionary product, meanwhile, tiger is calling it about two months too late. [ laughter ] he's like, "thanks a lot. thanks a lot, you jackass." [ scattered applause ] hey, check this out -- [ light laughter ] he's so mad, yeah. hey, check it out, white castle is offering a special valentine's day candlelit dinner -- [ laughter ] -- with tableside service and flowers.
[ scattered cheers ] the perfect way to tell your date, "hey, what's your name again?" [ laughter ] listen to this, in 2009, the fbi reported a 20% decrease in the number of people robbing banks. there was, however, a huge increase in the number of banks robbing people. [ laughter ] "you tell it like it is, fallon! [ cheers and applause ] tell it like it is, fallon! get over here! now, get out of here!" i don't even know what to make of this story. a man bit off a cop's nipple during a fight. [ laughter ] bit off a cop's nipple during a fight outside a bar in chicago. cops put out a warning to anyone living in the surrounding areola. so everyone's -- [ audience groans ] >> steve: hey-oh! >> jimmy: god -- wow. i don't even know if i can give that out. [ laughter ] steve, just give that to me, i'm sorry, everybody, that was just unbelievable. [ cheers and applause ]
i'm sorry. there's a set-up there -- you're a good man. there you go, buddy. thank you. what is this? >> it's for you. >> jimmy: what's going on? [ laughter ] oh, yeah? >> we love you. we came from canada to see you and brought you a tie. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. you brought me a nice tie. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: nick, can you hold that? sorry, thanks so much for that. that's very, very nice. you don't have to -- i keep
telling the audience. you don't have to bring gifts. you can just come and enjoy yourself, that's all. that's very, very nice of you. thank you so much. hey, the organizers of a fight club facebook page have been disciplined by the university of manitoba. do they not remember the first rule of fight club? you do not start a social networking group about fight club. [ laughter ] [ applause ] that tie back. has everyone see "avatar" by now? [ cheers ] well, "avatar" has been pulled from almost 2,000 movie screens in china because they think it's taking away from the chinese movie industry. excuse me, we're hurting china's movie industry? i was just in chinatown, they are already selling a dvd of "avatar 2." [ laughter ] [ applause ] pretty good, actually. and finally, weight watchers is suing jenny craig over ads they say are misleading and deceptive. this could represent a major loss for jenny craig. but don't worry, they'll gain it back within a month or so. [ light laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ]
♪ >> jimmy: oh, we've got a fun show tonight. thanks you guys for watching. you guys may or may not know this. i love video games. i've actually even been in a video game. "wwe vs. raw." you can -- you can download me as a wrestler. and i can totally kick john cena's ass. anyway, i've been into games for a long time since i was a kid. if fact, when i was 13, back in the nes days, the nintendo entertainment system. i won a contest to be in a game but it never came out. and the company that made the game with my help recently found it. now they've released it, it's called "dark void zero." it's an old school side scroller, kind of mega man type of game you can download on your ds. i don't want to say too much. i'm not going to spoil it. but it's pretty awesome. so, check it out if you have a second. you guys, we got a fantastic show tonight, "american idol" judge randy jackson is in the house! [ cheers and applause ]
people barking -- people barking for him. paul teutul sr. from tlc's hit show "american choppers" joining us. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be talking about bikes and just being macho together. stuff like that. and we've got music, i don't know if you guys like music or not, but, wow, we've got the mountain goats tonight. oh, my gosh. [ cheers ] if you like music -- "oh, my god, you're going to love them." they're good. [ cheers and applause ] before the show i was playing around with my iphone. anyone here have an iphone? [ cheers and applause ] it's a great -- it's a great phone. the best part about the iphone is all the apps or applications. they're these little programs you can put right on your phone. they do all sorts of things. some are games -- some help you find the nearest restaurant. well, here at "late night" you get a sneak peek at some of the new apps that have yet to be released. you guys want to see them? [ cheers ] it's really cool. a few of them are just upgrades on existing apps. you probably heard of the app, "are you buzzed." heard of this? it asks you a few questions about yourself, as you how
much alcohol you've had. and it tells you if you're too drunk to drive. it's pretty amazing. now, there's an app, "are you stoned." [ light laughter ] this thing's great. it's just -- you answer three questions and it tells you if you are stoned. first question, your age. second question, the amount of pot you smoked over the past two hours. the third question is, what were the first two questions? [ laughter ] and you just do that and it will tell you -- it's a pretty useful app. let's check out other new ones on the old pop-up screen here. here we go. go to get this wire in there. perfect. [ light laughter ] [ scattered applause ] this is on blue tooth technology. yeah, wireless technology. >> steve: ye, thered. >> jimmy: what? >> steve: it's tethered. >> jimmy: tethered. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: that's the term. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: this next one is really cool, man. you've seen programs like "yearbook yourself." where you take a picture of yourself and it turns into a
yearbook-style photo. well, this is similar. it's called "avatar yourself." and what it does is you take a picture of yourself and it transforms it into what you would look like if you were a creature from the planet pandora. let me try it. let me taka picture of myself here. perfect -- [ light laughter ] clearly i just took that. so, there i am. now you just push this button here and it avatarifies your photo. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] let's try it with hig-bones. higgins, i'll try it with you. i'll hold the phone and take a picture of you. smile. [ laughter ] let's avatarify it, here. let's avatarify it. awesome, man. you look like that guy from the "thundercats." [ laughter ] all right. let's get back to the home screen here. now you guys have probably heard of the app "white noise." it plays different types of relaxing sounds, like ocean
waves or crickets to help you sleep. last time we showed you a new app called "white noise: axl rose edition." it's an app that allows you to be lulled to sleep by the sound of guns n' roses front man, axl rose. now they came out with an upgrade with a bunch of new tracks -- check out these tracks they're like gentle rain. let's do that -- ♪ gentle rain oh, gentle rain it's a gentle ♪ ♪ when it's drip dropping drip drop take a nap ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "take a nap" he says at the end. how about "sounds of the rain forest." ♪ oh, rain forest monkeys and birds oh, monkeyand birds yeah, yea, rain forest ♪ >> jimmy: okay, very good. let's go to the home screen here. that was -- enough with that. that was really good.
this next app is really weird. it's called "brush paul reiser's teeth." it's a game where you rub your finger across the screen to brush comedian paul reiser's teeth. that looks fun to me. let's just try it out. ♪ >> jimmy: look how happy he is -- >> high scorer! >> jimmy: oh, sweet, man. you get happy reiser -- you get happy reiser if you score a big point like that, that's awesome. let's go back to the home screen. speaking of useful apps, this next one is fantastic. it's one of my favorite new apps called "slater/nicholson telephone conversation." now, what it does is you push the button and it allows you to listen in on a telephone
conversation between christian slater and jack nicholson. i know how this app works but it sound pretty fun. let's see -- i don't know how this app works, but it sounds fun. [ light laughter ] let's try it out. [ phone rings ] hopefully they're just starting to have a phone conversation. i push this button right here. >> hello. >> christian, it's me. >> who? >> it's jack. jack nicholson. >> oh, hey, jack, it's me, christian slater. >> i know it's you, christian. i called you. >> i know it's you, jack, 'cause now you said who you are and now i'm talking to you. >> wait, jack you just said that. that makes you christian? >> i'm christian -- >> but i'm jack. hey, what you have for lunch? >> i had a -- >> wait, don't tell me. >> together: chicken salad sandwich. >> and why don't you hold it -- >> i know, i know. i got you. >> jimmy: all righ great
conversation they're having there. that's pretty good conversation -- i couldn't figure out who was talking there for a second. >> steve: that's what the question mark is for. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah -- that's when the question -- yeah, 'cse you never know who it was. oh, i dropped the phone. maybe they're still on the phone now. >> hey, jack, it's me, christian. >> hey, christian, it's me, jack. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a great conversation. now -- now lots of people use their iphone to help them -- [ laughter ] they use their iphone to help them find bars or restaurants. this app is great. it's called "clam bake finder." they use a gps technology to show you all the clam bakes in a 30-mile radius. let's try it out. whoa, a lot of clam bakes going on here. [ laughter ] well, it is manhattan after all. all right, well, let's go to the home screen here. this last app is called "romantic comedy generator." you type in the name of two celebrities and the app comes up with a romantic comedy that the two of them could conceivably star in. let's try it. jenna elfman and zac efron. i think those two would make a good pair. let me just type in their names here. [ laughter ]
[ cheers and applause ] >> steve: thank you mavis beacon. >> jimmy: yeah -- mavis beacon? [ laughter ] that's -- the first mavis beacon reference in the history of "late night" television. >> steve: of television. >> jimmy: let's see if this works, man. alright. it's calculating the plot. it says he's an irishman whose wife just died. she's a part-time funeral director. "top of the mourning." i'd see that. there you go -- pretty good. looks pretty cool. let's try it with me and higgins. [ light laughter ] all right, let's see if they figured that out. okay, the plot is he's a world war ii re-enactor. he is also a world war ii re-enactor. this summer "surrender to love: battle of the bulge." [ ughter ] there you go. higgins, i think we should make this movie. looks pretty good. >> steve: we should make it. >> jimmy: we should totally do that, ma what are you doing this weekend? >> steve: wh? nothing, you want to make a
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♪ >> jimmy: welcome back to the show, everybody. get ready, our first guest say big time musician and grammy-winning producer, currently in his ninth season as judge on "american idol." ladies and gentlemen, please welcome randy jackson, everybody! ♪ the girl can't help it she needs more he hasn't found what he's lookin' for ♪ ♪ they're still standing in the rain he can't help it and she's just that way ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about, right there. >> i love these guys. "girl can't help it," journey, i love that. listen, jimmy, man, before you sit down, here's a gift. >> jimmy: what is going on. >> dr. oz wanted me to give you an alaskan salmon. a young salmon. high in omega 3s.
this is what you need, man. he says, "listen, jimmy has probably been feeling a little down, you know, it's wintertime." >> jim: what's going on today. >> for me -- listen, a big fish for jimmy. hands for jimmy. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: an atlantic salmon. >> yeah, just what you always wanted. an young atlantic salmon. >> jimmy: this is a weird show. this is unbelievable -- i thought it was a tie. >> oh, no, no -- [ light laughter ] no, i wouldn't wear that as a tie. >> jimmy: thank you, i don't even know -- >> don't hurt it. >> jimmy: i'm going to put it right here. [ light laughter ] >> you p it like in a closet? >> jimmy: yeah. >> oh, come on, dude. what are you doing? hey, man, you're going to kill the fish. >> jimmy: you already did, right? >> careful -- >> i just want to get it up there so people can see this nice gift. it's a gigantic, awesome, nice fish. >> it's a nice fish. dr. oz, man, just for you.
>> jimmy: thanks, buddy, i appreciate this. >> just a reminder. >> jimmy: that's awesome. that won't even fit in my fridge all. it's gigantic. i'll put that back down. thanks for coming on and bringing me a fish. that's awesome. >> it's from dr. oz. >> jimmy: dr. oz is a crazy neighbor to have. i love that guy, he's awesome. "american idol." >> ninth season. season nine. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's already blown off as the biggest thing in the world again. >> yeah, we're fortunate. we're off to an amazing start. i mean, you saw the auditions. i know you've been loving one part of the auditions for sure. >> jimmy: "pants on the ground." >> "pants on the ground." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the best thing in the world. i mean, did you see the same -- like do you see because he's an interesting guy, that guy. >> dude, i love him. i'm so happy for him, you know, because, i mean, he's like 62, he came in. you know, 'cause we have these ten-hour days that we do these auditions. he just brightened up the whole spot, man. like, you know, we were like laughing, having a good time. mary couldn't believe it. she was like, "man, this is one crazy show." but had a good time. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. it's hilarious and totally taken
off. >> it's a message, though. a deep message, man. >> jimmy: people walking around with their pants on the ground. [ laughter ] >> i got the message immediately. >> jimmy: some teacher was talking about how it's going into the schools because they are making fun of each other for wearing baggy pants. >> yeah. >> jimmy: he really has started something. >> yeah, look, i'm so happy for him. he's a cool dude. >> jimmy: how does he get in because he's 62 years old? is it just for the fun? >> he waited in line all day. so, the thing is, somebody that's waiting in line -- >> jimmy: let him through. >> come on in. >> jimmy: don't nessarily air them. >> yeah, you know, but it was just so funny. it was so great. he was so genuine with it. he had the dance, the whole thing was dope. >> jimmy: oh, my god, it was unbelievable. general -- what was his name? >> general larry platt. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. general larry platt. [ cheers and applause ] general platt in the house. he was awesome, he was great. and now this week is -- is this the week ellen is going to come on? >> well, we did ellen last week. you won't see those episodes for a while. we shot hollywood week. when we said, "welcome back to hollywood, you're going to
hollywood." whatever, she shot those with us, first time she showed up on the panel. >> jimmy: how did it go? >> it was really good, man. i got to say, i mean, listen, she's a pro at doing tv and stuff. but she really had good comments. she's a home girl from louisiana like me. i was like, "yo, een's throwing it down." >> jimmy: really? >> she was good. >> jimmy: it's going to work out, huh? >> i think it's going to work. >> jimmy: yeah, that's good. and she just got to see the people that made it to hollywood. she didn't get to see the people that auditioned. >> yeah, but that's equally as hard. once you see them on the audition, what happens is they'll come back to hollywood a couple months later and be worse or better. >> jimmy: yeah. >> most times they're not as good as when we first saw them. >> jimmy: do you think you already saw a winner already or no? >> yeah, look, i mean, you know, we spotted kelly early on, carrie early on, daughtry, i mean, adam -- all of those. fantasia -- i think this is a girls year. i think the girls are definitely going to do it. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. and you think this year will be the year for that. >> year of the girl, man. >> jimmy: it is? really, absolutely, yeah. [ scattered cheers ] i like that, i like that. hey, a lot of people just know you as the judge and you are so cool and you bring people this awesome fish from dr. oz. >> young atlantic salmon from
dr. oz. >> jimmy: i don't know what i'll do with this. but i'll figure it out. but you -- you're also -- people don't know that you were in journey for a little while. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i always like to bring this up because it's very, very cool. look at you here. >> oh, no! [ cheers and applause ] you know, i like this jacket, man. i may have to bring this jacket back, man. >> jimmy: i like the craps table bass guitar. [ laughter ] that's fantastic. >> with the dice for knobs. it's kind of a -- yeah, yeah -- >> jimmy: it's great. the dice for knobs. i mean -- but -- you're a talented guy -- do you still love giging and stuff? >> yeah, i mean, you know, listen, at the best, i'm a musician at heart. that's what i do. i mean, i manage people. i have labels that i run now and stuff. >> jimmy: people just come up to you, auditioning for you and -- >> yeah, you know, that's what happens, i mean, i think, you know, from the show, people come up every day just randomly, you know, but it's one in a million times that happens that it actually works out that somebody is good. and you know, most of the time, people are really terrible. a lot of times they are just having a laugh. but, i was having lunch in l.a. not long ago and this singer from the band that i now manage, that's on a&m octone, with a new record coming out, they're called paper tongues, great
band. came up to me and said, "man, we just did a showcase with somebody. i think you may dig my music." and i was thinking when i used to do a & r and i get so many of these -- i still get a lot of these at the office. "i wonder if this guy is really good. he's either going to be really good or really bad." i went back to the office, i checked it out, dude and it's that 1 in a million time they were unbelievable, so -- >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: so you signed this guy? >> i signed them. they've got a record coming out. a single out now. i mean, they're on tour. >> jimmy: that's awesome. >> they're out on tour with switchfoot, right now. but they are really, really good band. >> jimmy: what are they're called? >> paper tongues from charlotte, north carolina. >> jimmy: paper tongues, that's genius. [ scattered applause ] that's genius. that's awesome. >> they're really great. >> jimmy: good for you. i love when you do that. >> you never know. sometimes you know, so when people sing for you, you go, "hey, maybe." they'd do it for these guys, too. >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. yeah, the roots always get stuff like that. you want to jam out with those guys? >> the roots? come on. >> jimmy: come on, let's jam out, all right. do you mind? >> no, sure. come on. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they have a bass guitar there. that's what's fun about this. >> it's the roots, man. >> jimmy: yeah, you can't beat the roots. hey, kurt. >> what's up, man? what's going down, what's going down? >> jimmy: i think i know a song,
too. really? you think i already know this song. >> jimmy: you probably already know this song. >> is it a song you've played before? >> jimmy: not as me, though. i think you'll just dig this one. quest, give me a beat. >> questlove: one, two -- one, two, one, two. ♪ ♪ pants on the ground pants on the ground ♪ ♪ looking like a fool with your pants on the ground ♪ ♪ with the gold in your mouth hat turned sideways pants hit the ground ♪ ♪ call yourself a cool cat looking like a fool with your pants ♪ ♪ get it up get it up ♪ ♪ pants on the ground get the pants off the ground ♪ ♪ get it up pants on the ground pants on the ground ♪ ♪ looking like a fool with your pants on the ground ♪ ♪ got your hat turned sideways gold in the mouth ♪ ♪ looking like a fool with pants on the ground get it up ♪ ♪ pants on the ground get it up pants on the ground ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome back, everybody. hey, coming up next, tlc's hit show "american choppers" now in its seventh season. some dramatic changes have gone down at the teutul family bike shop. here to discuss "american chopper" is paul teutul sr. ♪ born to be wild
born to be wild ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right -- now, i -- sorry. >> how is saugerties? >> jimmy: saugerties is fantastic. >> been there much lately? >> jimmy: absolutely, that's my favorite, yeah -- >> you're lying. >> jimmy: i was -- i love saugerties -- >> you really do? >> jimmy: you came -- you came on last time and dissed my hometown of saugerties. >> yeah, look, i did. >> jimmy: you did, yeah. >> did you read my book? >> jimmy: oh, i love your book. >> you dissed me last time. you remember that? >> jimmy: first of all, i'm afraid of you. you know this, right? [ laughter ] >> you told me you read my book and you lied to me. you didn't read the book. and it really pissed me off. so, when -- just so you got it right. okay, you're probably going to ask me some questions and if you ask me the wrong question, i'm really going to get pissed off. [ light laughter ] so, choose your questions, and you'll know. you'll know if i like the question or not. [ laughter ]
how you been? great green room -- great green room back there. >> jimmy: what's that? >> great green room. >> jimmy: you like it a lot? thank you for dressing up. i appreciate it. [ laughter ] do you have hangers in your closet? >> no, no, no -- i can travel anywhere around the world in a bag like this because when my manager says "we're going," okay, wherever we're going. i say "how many days?" say "it's six days." so, i know it's six pairs socks, six pairs of underwear, six shirts and a toothbrush. go on. >> jimmy: that's it. what if you go swimming? [ laughter ] >> that was good. >> jimmy: pretty good, yeah? [ laughter ] >> you got me. >> jimmy: that was good. thanks. i'm a huge fan of yours. you came on when we first started. we were like the third week into it. and so, i freaked out and i didn't read yo book. but i did now and, yeah, what a great book. [ laughter ]
loved it. huge change going on at "american chopper." what is going on. your ss are out. >> well, they're not exactly out. they're on the show but they're not doing bikes anymore. >> jimmy: you fired them. kind of? >> kind of. >> jimmy: why? they're your sons. >> because they're bad. >> jimmy: you just go "get out of here." >> it's like that's -- everybody asks the same question. you know what i mean, it's seven years, you know. things change. people want to go in different directions. >> jimmy: sure. what are they doing? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: yeah, you do. come on. what's mikey doing? >> mikey -- he's doing a lot of things. he just did -- tried to do some stand-up comic, which i thought was pretty cool. >> jimmy: oh, yeah? >> he's been taking piano lessons. i don't know what this has to do with building motorcycles. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what the heck happened to him? he's a new man. >> pauly's doing stoves for companies. i don't know. it's -- >> jimmy: wow, interesting. that's very interesting.
but -- >> yeah, we're still -- >> jimmy: and they're on the show. >> yeah, they're on the show. we're still building incredible bikes. this year we probably built -- we built four bikes that were only one of a kind in the world this year. four different bikes. >> jimmy: i heard about these. >> a hybrid bike which had four miles of wire in it. >> jimmy: four miles? >> yeah, four miles and it ran on battery, electric motor and a gas motor. and you'd get like 100 miles to a gallon. and you could -- it's totally computerized. so, if something happens, the computer goes on and corrects it. you could ride on -- if you ran out of gas you could ride on batteries. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, it's incredible. >> jimmy: do you ever want to keep your own bike, like not sell it? and go, "i don't want to sell this. i work too hard on it." >> yeah, i do that. >> jimmy: it's like works of art here. >> after awhile you build so many bikes you can't keep them all. and i'm constantly building bikes myself so -- >> jimmy: the wheelchair bike sounded really cool. >> oh, awesome. i'm telling you, that was incredible. that was for the reeves
foundaon. and they asked us to build a bike for paraplegi and, you know, we got it -- our technology is so advanced now, we can do just about anything. but, anyhow, this was one of the coolest things i did because we built a bike that a paraplegic could actually use independently, like he doesn't need anybody. and the way it worked was you set it up where it was like a trike and had a platform. but, if you are in a wheelchair, you wheel up, push a button and the ramp goes down. the guy slides up, pulls himself up, there's like a handy ramp. pulls up his wheelchair. automatically locks in place. he pushes a button. the ramp comes back up and then he pushes another button and he's on the highway. >> jimmy: that is so cool, man. i loved that. and i saw a picture of it. i go that is the coolest. >> we've been doing a lot of cool bikes. >> jimmy: awesome. you are also expanding into crazier things. i mean, a book. i thought you were going to be
an author like the next j.k. rowling. i saw that you brought out the jets. you are a big jets fan? >> yeah, i am. >> jimmy: j-e-t-s. it's a big weekend. >> you, too, right? >> jimmy: absolutely, yeah, this is a big weekend. [ scattered cheers ] i got -- kerry rhodes is coming on tomorrow. now, you brought them out? >> yeah, i actually came out. actually, they followed me right out of the locker room and drove across the field. >> jimmy: how cool is that? look at that. that's awesome, buddy. that must have been crazy. like what is going on? i mean -- >> a lot of good things. >> jimmy: it's an exciting year for the jets. also, i know you are a fan of brett favre. >> yeah, real big fan. >> jimmy: what teais he on? but he's with the vikings or -- what team is he on now? >> the guy -- listen -- he's on the vikings, but look what he's doing. >> jimmy: it's unbelievable. >> phenomenal. >> jimmy: oh, people are just catching everything he's throwing. >> to me he's like muhammad ali of football. >> jimmy: okay. why -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: why is that? >> he guy is 40 years old.
i think that's he's still doing it. you know, what i like about it the most? he's passionate about what he does. i would identify with that. and i think that, like for me, you know, i am never satisfied where i am. i always want to -- you know, i get -- i'm an overachiever. that's why the bikes thing. right now we're starting to open up dealerships in europe. so, it's like, you know, you just -- >> jimmy: it is a great story. in your book you actually have pictures of the old shop. >> yeah. >> jimmy: like where you started and now what you have now which looks like an airport -- it really is gigantic now. >> but the thing of it is, i started 38 years i'm in business. but i think that, you know, i started when i was in my early 30s and, you know, i worked my way up, all the way up. and, you know, and i look back at, you know, in my 20s and where i am now. i'm 60 now. and i have just as much energy or maybe even more ambition than i had back then. you know, it's, you know, for me, it's -- i love what i do. it's a vacation, it's a
vacation. if i could be at my shop seven days a week, which i am -- but you know, that's what i love. >> jimmy: that's great. congratulations. 25 years sober, too. >> yeah. >> jimmy: good for you, buddy. [ cheers and applause ] thanks for coming on. whenever you want to come by. i'm afraid of you as well. come on whenever you want to come on. "american chopper" airs thursday at 9:00 p.m.6on tlc. paul teutul sr., everybody. he's a great, guy. when we come back, a from the mountain goats. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ (announcer) this sparkling glass was washed
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[ applause ] >> jimmy: gorgeous -- my thanks to randy jackson, paul teutul sr., the mountain goats! [ cheers and applause ] and the greatest band in "late night," the roots, everybody! stay tuned for "carson daly." thanks for watching. have a good night. hope to see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪