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40% increase from the year before. so it's all a fake. it's a fraud. >> jay: right, okay. [ applause ] are you going to vote on election day? >> probably, yeah. i haven't missed very many. >> jay: no clue who you're going to vote for. >> not giving that. no clue. no clue. i'll keep plugging along. >> jay: well, it's always a a pleasure talking to you. >> hey, great. >> jay: thank you, dr. paul. >> thanks for having me. >> jay: thank you, dr. ron paul. be right back with the robert cray band, right after this. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. mitt romney's position on women's health...it's dangerous. vo:mitt romney and paul ryan would get rid of planned parenthood funding. and allow employers to deny coverage for cancer screenings and birth control. we can't afford to let him take away our choices... to take away basic health care. vo: both backed proposals to outlaw abortions...even in cases of rape and incest. i don't think that women's health issues have faced a crisis like this in decades.
♪ >> jay: my next guest -- a a five-time grammy winner and legendary guitarist. he is currently on tour and will be in new york city on september 18th at b.b. king's blues club. his newly released record, "nothin' but love," is already on top of the itunes blues charts. please welcome the robert cray
band. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ as her car pulls out the driveway she don't wave goodbye ♪ ♪ her last words echo in my mind listen honey i gotta get away ♪ ♪ i'm standing here watching her taillights as if they're some kind of sign ♪ ♪ fading into a memory i just got tired of trying ♪ ♪ so long i hate to see you go but i'll save my tears for later on down the road ♪
♪ how come i keep on holding on knowing you won't be coming home ♪ ♪ two days later i get a letter yeah a picture of a room in some hotel ♪ ♪ sitting framed up on the table a picture that i know quite well ♪ ♪ you've painted yourself into a corner yeah now you're trying to paint something new ♪ ♪ the lipstick on the letter is a goodbye kiss from you ♪
♪ so long i hate to see you go but i'll save my tears for later on down the road ♪ ♪ how come i keep on holding on knowing you won't be coming home ♪ ♪ so long i hate to see you go but i'll save my tears for later on down the road ♪ ♪ how come i keep on holding on knowing you won't be coming home ♪ ♪ ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jay: robert cray band! great job, my friend. >> thank you, jay. >> jay: thank you so much. >> thank you, jay. >> jay: oh, that's wonderful. thank you, guys. thank you. i want to thank my guests -- kevin hart, ron paul and the robert cray band. tomorrow night, adam levine will be here. but jimmy fallon's happening right now. jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are --
and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i feel good, thank you very much, everybody. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. it feels good. man, we've got a great show tonight. we've got kirsten dunst. [ cheers and applause ] governor chris christie. [ cheers and applause ] we've got jason mraz. [ cheers and applause ] it's gonna be a great show. woo! but first -- first you guys, we've gotta talk about the
democratic national convention in charlotte, north carolina. they're going all out to make sure it tops last week's republican convention. in fact, i heard that at this one, they're gonna have clint eastwood yell at a couch. [ laughter ] [ scattered cheers ] this isn't good, you guys. there are reports that nine of the hotels being used for politicians at the democratic national convention have bed bugs. [ audience groans ] yeah. when asked what it's like dealing with thousands of ruthless blood suckers, the bed bugs are like "yeah, it's okay. we'll deal with it. we get by." [ cheers and applause ] hey, i want to say happy birthday to beyonce who turns 31 years old today. we love beyonce! [ applause ] yeah, her birthday cake was red velvet, which incidentally is also what she plans to name her next child. [ laughter ] "blue ivy, play over with red velvet. yellow poundcake, leave angel
food cake alone. turn pineapple upside down cake back right-side up. you know." i don't know why name them after cakes. that makes no sense. >> steve: betty crocker. >> jimmy: some sports news here. the nfl is bringing in less experienced referees for this week's season opener because the league's union reps are in the middle of a lockout. [ audience oohs ] you can tell they're less experienced, because after a touchdown, they're like -- [ laughter ] [ applause ] [ scattered cheers ] [ rhythmic clapping ] check this out. there were no injuries last week when a fire broke out at the yankee candle factory in massachusetts. [ laughter ] but, 'twas weird, 'twas weird. instead of calling for back-up the firemen called for a bubbl bath and some enya cds. it was just very -- odd. >> steve: that is odd. 'twas weird. >> jimmy: 'twas weird.
some celebrity news. last week, simon cowell rescued nine people after their boat sank off the coast of france. but not before taking a few minutes to criticize each person's swimming abilities. [ as simon cowell ] you call that a doggie paddle? you're not worthy of being eaten by a shark. [ laughter ] this is crazy. over the weekend, a chef in minnesota created the world's largest bacon cheeseburger, weighing in at over 2,000 pounds. yeah. and if you want to hear what it tasted like, you're just gonna have to wait until i interview chris christie. [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] what? he's a mets fan! he's on our show. >> steve: he's an elected official. he's on your show. he's in your house. >> jimmy: he's in the house. my man! >> steve: why would you do that? forget about it! >> jimmy: oh! we love chris christie. finally, a strip club in canada is now offering help with college tuition for new employees.
it'll be easy to spot those students at graduation, because they'll be the ones moving the one tassel to the other side, then two more tassels to the other side. we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have a fun show tonight. she is a great actress with a funny new movie called "bachelorette." kirsten dunst is stopping by! [ cheers and applause ] plus, fresh off his keynote address at the republican national convention, new jersey governor chris christie is here! [ cheers and applause ] and we have music from the one and only jason mraz, everybody. they sound good. i heard him rehearsing. they sound awesome. talented, talented guy. hey, guys, it's time to take a look at the stories making headlines today and weigh the
good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. ♪ pros and cons pros and cons and pros ♪ >> jimmy: tonight, we'll be taking a look at the "pros and cons" of the 2012 nfl season. >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: it's football time again. i love football. it's definitely my favorite of all the ball sports. >> jets! >> patriots! >> jimmy: don't just name teams. it's gonna get boring. [ laughter ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: well, it all kicks off tomorrow night, right here on nbc. so let's take a look at the pros and cons of the 2012 nfl season. here we go. pro, the rams will play the patriots at london's wembley stadium. con, having to stop the game when prince harry streaks across the field. not again! >> steve: naked power. >> jimmy: pro, the opening game national anthem will be sung by the most popular performer in america today.
con, honey boo boo! there she is. honey boo boo, ladies and gentlemen. pro, being the first one out on the field and seeing 50,000 empty seats. con, then seeing clint eastwood out there trying to start a wave. "where's your spirit, you guys?" no one there, okay. pro, spotting you and your dad on the jumbotron. con, right above the words "kiss cam." "what do you say, son?" >> steve: beer here. >> jimmy: pro, you and your buddies decide to paint your chests to say "go jets." con, you didn't say who was which letters, so now it just says g, g, g, g. g, g, g, g -- [ laughter ] g-g-g-g-g-g-g. roscoe! [ light laughter ]
pro, getting to see the player's new uniforms designed by nike. con, getting to see tom brady's new cleats designed by ugg. [ laughter ] there they are. yeah, they look good! look pretty cool. >> steve: gotta love it. >> jimmy: comfy, man. pro, this is the year your team goes all the way. con, or in tim tebow's case, first they have to go on a few dates, then they have meet each other's families, then they get engaged, they get married and then they go all the way. [ cheers and applause ] gotta do it the right way! pro, getting to see a quarterback sack. con, immediately unfollowing brett favre on instagram. yeah, you can't not -- come on. haven't we put it past us? >> steve: yeah. not good. a sack. that guy's nuts! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he was getting a
little testy. >> steve: exactly. i didn't want to say anything. his favorite author is balzac. i didn't want to say anything. not gonna say anything. go on with your show. your network show. go ahead. >> jimmy: i've seen his business, you know. [ laughter ] he has a very impressive staff. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: yes. >> steve: i heard he had to debrief them before he -- one day, he had to debrief the staff so that they could get a good picture. >> jimmy: the head of staff? good for him. you've got to do it. >> steve: i heard he's working for ups. because i saw his package. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. all right. you got it, there. was it brown? >> steve: no. [ audience groans ] you went too far. right there. it was a thing. there was a line. you crossed it. you got a jet pack and went right across it. ooh, you disgust me. >> jimmy: i went too far again.
'twas a nightmare. 'twas well. and finally, pro, if the giants want to go to the super bowl, they need to find new ways to score. con, if the dolphins want to go to the super bowl, they need to find tickets on stub hub. there you go, guys. that's the pros and cons. we'll be right back with audience voicemails. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ pros, cons pros and cons and pros ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] they can be enlightening. hey, bro. or engaging. conversations help us learn and grow. at wells fargo, we believe you can never underestimate the power of a conversation. it's this exchange of ideas that helps you move ahead with confidence. so when the conversation turns to your financial goals... turn to us. if you need anything else, let me know. [ female announcer ] wells fargo. together we'll go far.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. oh, thank you so much. good to be back. you know, here at "late night," we're always a step ahead when it comes to new technology. you're about to see what i mean. it's time for "audience voicemails." here we go. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ phones ringing rhythmically ] >> jimmy: that's right.
i have the hacker 9000 right here. and what this does, it allows us to hack into anyone's phone and listen to their voicemails. this device is so top secret, we're not even supposed to be telling you about it. the only other person that knows about it is rupert murdoch. [ light laughter ] let me show you how it works. what's your name? >> chason. >> jimmy: jason? >> chason. >> jimmy: all right, stand up, jason. chason? >> chason. >> jimmy: chason. >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, i thought you said jason. >> no. >> jimmy: do you have your phone on you, chason? >> yeah. >> jimmy: let me see it, buddy. here we go. nice phone. motorola. what is it called? >> i have no clue. >> jimmy: there you go. [ light laughter ] we're gonna hook into it here in the hacker 9000. >> bleep blorp bleep blorp bleep. hey, chason, this is the dame over at chippendales. sorry for the delay, but we were finally able to run your credit card and i wanted to confirm the following transactions are yours. one lap dance.
one butt bounce, two private pork pokes, a double cheek surprise, another lap dance, another butt bounce, this one with full rocket ending, and finally, three diet cokes with no ice. if you have any questions, chason, feel free to call me back. the total amount of these purchases amounts to $2,700. bye, chason! >> jimmy: there you go, buddy. thank you, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] how are you doing? stand up. let me go with this guy over here. he looks like he's excited to be here. how are you doing, buddy? stand up. how are you? what's your name? >> vichau. >> jimmy: michel? >> vichau. >> jimmy: vichau. >> yes. >> jimmy: very good, vichau. vichau, where are you from? >> from london, england. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: well, about jolly good. vichau, can i have your phone? do you have it? i think we can hack -- the hacker 9000 works for british phones. goes through international. a beautiful iphone, right here. we'll put it in the hacker 9000. [ beep ]
>> hey, this message is for vichau. >> you probably recognize our voices. >> but in case you don't. >> here's a hint. i'm barry boom. >> and i'm larry boom. >> and we're the boom brothers. that's right. the boom brothers are back. >> we were here last time, but now we're back. >> you thought we were gone. >> but we weren't gone. why? >> because we're back. >> you were under the mistaken impression that we had gone away. >> and that we weren't coming back. >> but we didn't go away. >> and we are back. >> the boom brothers are back. and when we find you, vichau, it doesn't even matter what we're gonna do to you. >> because all that matters is -- we're back. the boom brothers are back. we are back. we're the boom brothers, and we're back. >> jimmy: very good. >> we're back. >> we've got to go.
our mom's on the other line. >> jimmy: okay, there we go. mom's on the other line. i'll just cut through here if you don't mind. excuse me. how are you guys doing? hey, how are you? hello. hey, guys. hello. excuse me. sorry. pardon me. how are you? nice to see you, buddy. all good. hey, guys, what's happening up there. canada? you want to represent? [ scattered applause ] come on over. >> can i shake it? >> jimmy: yeah. can you shake it? yeah, i don't know. go for it. hey, what is your name and where are you from? >> tammy in vancouver. >> jimmy: very good, you're from vancouver. very good. >> well, sort of. >> jimmy: i asked you where you're from. you said vancouver, so that's why i assumed that you were from vancouver. >> well, you wouldn't know where i was from, so i said vancouver. >> jimmy: just say where you're from. >> abbotsford. >> jimmy: never heard of it. [ laughter ] we have your phone here. it's from abbotsford. >> abbotsford. >> jimmy: abbotsford.
>> it's near bellingham. >> jimmy: oh, of course. all right, here you go. let's listen to your voicemail. >> okay. >> beep. hey, jambo, it's zack, your witness protection officer. i got your new identity for you. it's tammy, and here's the confusion. you'll claim you're from vancouver but really from abbotsford near bellingham. now, i know you're a seven foot tall russian male body builder, but for your new identity, you'll be described as a woman. it's gonna be hard to pull off because you're a very large muscular man, but i'm sure you can do it. and if you ever feel people around you are starting to suspect anything, just cross your arms in front of you, and wear a canada 2012 shirt. [ laughter ] no one will notice. talk to you later, jambo, i mean -- tammy! >> jimmy: congratulations. >> thank you! >> jimmy: congratulations. thanks for being on our show. we have time for one more gentleman. one more man. yeah, of course. buddy, come on. let's set up here. how are you doing, pal? what's your name, where you
from? >> brian from kansas city. >> jimmy: hey, welcome, brian. let me have your phone and let's listen to your voicemail here. nice iphone, here. it works for the iphone. [ beep ] >> howdy, brian! it's your old pal donny from kansas city high school, man. oh, man. i hope you're not still wearing that dumb plaid shirt. i know you're trying to cover up that blue tee you always wear, man, but we can see it peeking through. any way i was just thinking about your days as a school mascot. you were the best tickling tom the school has ever seen. remember that classic dance you'd do when we scored a touchdown? you would thrust your hips back and forth and scream "yee haw, i love a good tickling," and then you'd tickle yourself all over your body. man, i don't care where you are right now. i demand you do that dance. >> jimmy: he just did. >> come on, man, tickling tom!
do it! really do it! really do it! [ applause ] i still can't believe you got expelled for being naked under that mascot uniform. that's pretty weird, man. take care, brian! >> jimmy: all right, there you go. thank you so much, buddy. give him a round of applause. you're a good man. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: give it up for these folks, all good sports. that's it for "audience voicemails." we'll be right back with kirsten dunst. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ why should golfers take 5-hour energy? playing golf all day can make you tired. i've been taking the product for about a year. and, after taking 5-hour energy, i feel more energized. i have more energy. you know, i'm not tired anymore after taking it. i was skeptical but i decided one day i'd try it. 5-hour energy works fast. i have the energy to get through a meeting, to get through a workout. it keeps me alert for a long period of time, and keeps me going.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest this evening is an award-winning actress who is great in everything she does from "bring it on" to "spider-man" to last year's "melancholia." her new comedy, "bachelorette" is in theaters this friday and it's already a big hit on demand and on itunes. please welcome back to our show,
our pal, kirsten dunst! ♪ i'm a bachelorette not by choice i'm a bachelorette speak my voice ♪ ♪ i'm a bachelorette not by choice ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. >> thank you. >> jimmy: kirsten, as always. you look great. >> jimmy came in the dressing room and i couldn't sit and wrinkle my skirt for all of you, so i had no pants on. >> jimmy: yeah, so i appreciate you wearing -- yeah. >> -- i had my coat over myself. >> jimmy: ever since prince harry, you have to wear pants now, everywhere you go. hey, i want to congratulate you. you're finally on twitter. welcome to the world of the internet. >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: you're @kirstendunst. >> i am. it's scary though. >> jimmy: why? >> i don't know. it's weird. it's like you have to be careful not to be too personal, then, also, not to get too critical of anything. otherwise people attack. so, i just do dorky things. >> jimmy: well, yeah, you do. i kind of like them, though. like, this is a photo you
tweeted. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's a raccoon holding a kitten. [ laughter ] >> it's real. it's totally real. >> jimmy: it's a raccoon holding a kitten, walking him somewhere. what do you mean that's real? that is insane. clearly you know how to use twitter. this is great. this is not too personal nor not giving too much away. that's totally real? >> hey, man, i love animals. >> jimmy: you do, i know. where was this taken? >> i love animals loving animals. no, i have no idea. it was something my friend sent me. >> jimmy: just a cute photo? >> yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: but what else do you tweet out? do you tweet out what you had for breakfast? >> i'm not into that vibe. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's like -- >> jimmy: "grape nuts." >> actually, i did that once. never mind. >> jimmy: wait, you did? >> yeah, 'cause my uncle cooked me breakfast and i was like -- he was happy that i was gonna tweet about him cooking a breakfast. >> jimmy: see? it makes other people feel good. it does, it does. >> jimmy: yeah, what did he make you? >> he made me pancakes and bacon and eggs. he just -- he cooks. yeah, he loves to cook. >> jimmy: good man. we have to have him on the show and we can do a little breakfast cook off. >> you should. he was the captain of the -- one of the biggest oil tankers in the world. the arco spirit. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, now he teaches other captains. >> jimmy: no way. >> yeah, so he -- runs a tight ship. they used to call him
captain bligh. >> jimmy: captain bligh? >> yeah. >> jimmy: well, shout out to captain bligh there. and next time, pancakes -- [ cheers and applause ] always fun to see you. i'm happy that you're in a comedy. >> i know, finally. >> jimmy: i mean, come on, pal. >> it's been a minute. >> jimmy: it's been a while. >> i know. >> jimmy: you don't like doing comedies? >> i want to do more comedies. it's just -- you know, judd apatow, put me in one, okay? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. but i mean -- so this one -- "bachelorette." >> yeah. >> jimmy: i kind of know what it's kind of about. it's about a bachelorette party. >> yeah, but we're very dirty, bad girls. it actually happens -- what follows a very boring bachelorette party is what ensues. like, basically that's when the party starts. and we ruin our bride's dress and it's really -- it's really raunchy and we're disgusting and we're just -- >> jimmy: that's what people wanna see. >> a party mess. men will love it. and it's good. we got a great cast. it's lizzy caplan, from "party down," which i was a big fan of. and isla fisher, rebel wilson. >> jimmy: isla fisher was -- is a pal as well.
>> but we were a little, little movie. we made this movie for three million dollars, really quickly. it took us like -- a little over three weeks to make it, so it was -- you know. >> jimmy: three weeks to make a whole movie? >> oh yeah, no. it's a low budget, indie but it just happens to be -- becoming more and more successful, which is great for -- leslye headland, the writer/director. i'm just proud of them. >> jimmy: i'm so psyched for you. i want to show everyone a clip of kirsten dunst in her new movie, "bachelorette," available right now, on demand and itunes. >> if that bitch finds out that that bitch is pulling some seventh grade, tantrum bull --, we're dead! [ phone ringing ] >> i lost the wedding dress. >> regan? >> no, i didn't. what is it? >> it's for you. >> i don't want any. >> it's gena. >> move, move, move, move. where the hell is it? >> downstairs. it's being dry-cleaned and i threw it out a window. >> dry-cleaned? how long? they said 40 minutes. >> fine. get a new phone. >> okay. what? how? >> vicky? >> steal one.
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: congrats on that, it'll be super-duper fun. what's next? what's next up? are you doing -- straight drama next or comedy? >> "on the road." i have a small part in that -- they adapted "on the road," that novel. that jack kerouac novel. and so, i play carolyn cassidy. camille, in the book, but that comes out -- yeah. >> jimmy: come back for that one. every time we have you on, i challenge to you a game. >> i know. >> jimmy: but it's always fun. look how fun. you're smiling. >> i know but i get nervous 'cause i don't want to curse on television. like, i get nervous, like -- >> jimmy: what do you mean? curse for every game? >> i play taboo with my girls and we're like -- like, to explain things sometimes, you have to be very -- say things. >> jimmy: no, you don't. >> well, we'll try. let's play clean taboo. >> jimmy: [ wheezes ] you guys, kirsten dunst and i are playing clean taboo after the break. come right back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ is it done?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to "late night," everybody. we're here with kirsten dunst, whose new movie "bachelorette" is currently available on demand and it's also in theaters starting this friday, september 7th. kirsten and i are about to play a round of taboo and we've recruited a couple of audience members as teammates. what is your name? >> jen. >> jimmy: jen. welcome, you are my teammate. yeah, welcome. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
and what is your name? >> paul. >> jimmy: paul, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] all right, now, in taboo, you're trying to get your teammate to guess the word on the card without saying any of the forbidden words in each clue. so, if you'd say one of the taboo words -- [ buzz ] you get buzzed. yeah, it's kind of -- yeah. >> yeah, i need that for my house. >> jimmy: 5.1 sound. yeah. all right, here we go. here's an example of what a card would look like, right there. so, you can't say any of those words under the word, "eel" if you're trying to explain what "eel" is. we'll have 30 seconds on the clock. see how many words we can get in 30 seconds. the most words wins. kirsten, why don't you give clues first? i'll pick the buzzer. >> -- my shoes -- okay, how -- should i sit here? >> jimmy: yes. you sit there. >> okay. >> jimmy: you can go sit there, pal. >> all right. >> jimmy: all right. >> and do we start at once? >> jimmy: are your shoes okay? >> yeah, but you know, it's like -- >> jimmy: yeah, okay, yeah. >> it's easier to play taboo in your backyard. let's -- >> jimmy: all right, let's do it. okay, very good. here you go. you're taking card number one. >> okay, okay.
>> jimmy: 30 seconds. you're gonna give to your partner, right there. >> sorry, paul. >> jimmy: ready? >> i'm already apologizing. okay. >> don't. >> ready? >> jimmy: yep. >> okay. >> jimmy: go. >> okay. um -- oh, oh, oh. michael phelps wears a? >> speedo. >> yes. [ ding ] >> jimmy: that's good. >> you have drinks at a -- >> party. a bar? >> yes. [ ding ] a fancy -- german word. >> guhzennteit. [ ding ] >> jimmy: wait, i can't believe this! [ cheers ] >> okay. they're new york -- i can't say -- >> giants, jets. it's like the rat, but in the sky. of new york. >> rat? [ buzzer ] >> pigeon! >> what did i say? >> jimmy: nothing. that's right. but you just ran out of time. but that was good. [ laughter ] we'll give it to them. we'll give it to them. ♪ all right, cool. now -- >> now, i get to sit down. >> jimmy: now, you buzz me. >> oh, now i gotta buzz you. >> jimmy: yeah, you buzz me now. that was -- we gave you that last one even though you really didn't deserve it. [ laughter ] >> what? >> jimmy: i'm just saying -- >> okay, i'm leaning on -- >> jimmy: i know. i got you. these shoes -- all right, what number, you guys? do i just go in order? >> just go in order. >> jimmy: all right, all right. don't yell at me.
[ light laughter ] all right, ready? ready, you guys? ready? all right, here we go. this is a beverage -- >> drink. >> jimmy: that you have in the morning, when you're hung over. >> coffee. tea. >> jimmy: when you're hung over! it's an alcoholic beverage. >> martini, alcohol, gin, vodka -- >> jimmy: pass! [ laughter ] >> you can't pass! >> jimmy: yes, i can. this is what women wear in -- >> lingerie. >> to hold -- >> hat. ponytail, hair tie. ponytail. >> jimmy: another word for it. >> scrunchie. thank you. [ ding ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. it's -- [ buzzer ] [ laughter ] >> that was pathetic. that was pathetic. that was pathetic. >> jimmy: ♪ it's got groove it's got feeling ♪ you have no idea. you are 15 years old. okay. [ laughter ] >> i'm 22. >> ♪ grease is the word >> jimmy: thank you, kirsten. okay, now, we sit down and i'll take the buzzer. no. you get up there.
yeah, you go first. >> yeah, go paul, yeah, uhh. >> jimmy: and i'll -- i'll buzz you. [ laughter ] >> -- flash the camera. >> jimmy: all right, do you wanna buzz? >> i'll buzz. >> jimmy: yeah, okay. good. do something. [ laughter and applause ] i'm kidding, i'm kidding. [ applause ] i was awful. i was awful. i admit it. i couldn't give any clues. you know to just buzz if he says anything remotely close. [ buzzer ] thank you. [ laughter ] all right, go for it, buddy. >> it's a type of animal. it's like -- it's the opposite of a cat. >> dog? >> long and skinny. >> a wiener dog. >> jimmy: -- taboo! >> um -- >> so, he is from europe and he's a popular guy in a band. >> chris martin? >> and he wears -- >> bono. >> -- sunglasses. [ cheers and applause ] >> she got it first. i didn't say it. i didn't say it. okay, okay. >> i said it first. >> you get this when you usually
drink something and it's -- [ buzzer ] >> what was it? >> it's brain freeze. >> oh, you can't say slurpee? >> jimmy: he did a good job. all right, no -- >> yeah, you did do a good job. >> jimmy: swap places, right there. all right, ready? [ cheers and applause ] all right, i'll be much better than -- on this time, i swear. ready? no, no. you got to go in order. >> why? >> jimmy: i don't know, do we? [ laughter ] we just have to -- yeah. wait, has the clock started yet? [ laughter ] all right, are you ready for this? how much do we need? what's the score? five -- five to one? >> five, us, one, you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i wasn't gonna get confused there. grease is the -- all right, ready? five to one -- let's do this 'cause we need four. we need five. >> okay. it's when girls go to see a film together and it's a certain kind of -- >> jimmy: chick flick. >> yep. [ ding ] [ cheers and applause ]
it's an animal that doesn't exist and it has a pointy thing on their forehead -- [ buzzer ] it's in a newspaper and it has little squares and you fill them in -- >> jimmy: comic strips. >> no. >> jimmy: sudoku! >> no, no. and -- >> jimmy: crossword puzzles! >> yes. [ ding ] [ cheers and applause ] >> they're -- they pop out -- nope, [ buzzer ] [ laughter ] >> okay -- [ buzzer ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's okay. we did okay! five to three is the final score, you guys. the winner -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ] i couldn't do it. >> i know. >> jimmy: i was freaked out. >> i know, i know. >> jimmy: our thanks to kirsten dunst. do not miss her movie, "bachelorette." [ cheers and applause ] governior chris christie joins us next. see you after the break! ♪ we, the people...
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you for coming back to visit our show. oh, stop it, really. did you try the -- >> the bacon cheeseburger was amazing. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you are good, man. you are a good man. thank you for being a good sport. >> if i start nodding off here, don't worry about it. it's not your jokes. [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: no, it wouldn't be. >> it was actually "taxi" in 2004. my son patrick's favorite movie. he's 12. and he said to me, "you're goin' on jimmy fallon?" and i said, "yeah." and he goes, "tell him 'taxi' was great." >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. yeah, yeah. he's a good, smart kid. that's what i'm talking about. that's a great kid. >> yeah. >> jimmy: thank you for coming back on our show. you know we're a big fan of you. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: i wanna know what -- this had to have been like the biggest time of your political life. absolutely. the keynote speech. >> it was amazing. >> jimmy: i mean -- did you know you were gonna do that? did mitt talk to you -- >> like two weeks beforehand, he asked me to do it.
and it was great. i mean, you walk out there and you think to yourself, "look at all these people," and millions of people on television. you get a chance to tell them what you think and it was pretty amazing. >> jimmy: and was your family there? >> yeah. yeah, everybody was there. >> jimmy: they had to be proud of dad. >> yeah, they were -- sitting with -- with mitt man, actually. it was a lot of fun. >> jimmy: did you -- now, did you meet him right before you went on stage? >> well, i was standing, waiting to go onstage and all of a sudden, unexpectedly, down the hall comes mitt romney. and his wife was up there, giving a speech, so he was gonna go and, you know, greet her and give her a kiss and congratulate her on her speech. and he stopped, and he said to me, "you're gonna be good tonight, right?" and i said -- [ light laughter ] i said, "yeah. i'm gonna be really good." and he goes, "all right, i'm gonna stay then." >> jimmy: oh, really? >> and he decided to stay for the speech. so, you know, in case there was enough pressure with like 20 million people, you know? now, we have mitt romney hangin' for the speech. >> jimmy: yeah. >> how is he? he's a good -- how tall is he? 'cause you're a tall dude. >> he's taller than me. i say he's about 6'1." >> jimmy: he is -- 6'1." he looks like a big, intimidating guy. that would intimidate me before i went onstage. >> it wasn't really intimidating. it was more like -- it just added, like, a little
pressure to it. get the adrenaline going a little bit more. it was good. >> jimmy: yeah, it was good. well, then, you went out there and this is what i love about -- you came out and you were fist-pumping, on the way out. there you go. now, that -- [ cheers and applause ] now, after mitt -- sorry, did you run into snooki or something? or was it "the situation," saying, "look, here's what you gotta do"? >> we had consulted earlier in the -- >> jimmy: yeah, you really did, yeah. i love that you fist pump. >> you gotta -- listen. the crowd was incredibly enthusiastic. you kinda come around this big wall of tvs and the sound hits you with 20,000 people cheering. and so, that's the way i felt, so that's what i did. >> jimmy: gotta be amazing. >> yeah, it was fun. >> jimmy: had to be cool. now, i have to ask this because everyone was just wondering about this. clint eastwood comes out. >> yes. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: and he's clint eastwood. >> of course he is. >> jimmy: his face is clint eastwood. his voice is -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: then he ings a chair out with him. >> right. >> jimmy: doesn't sit in the chair. is that the point everyone goes, "oh, something's wrong." [ light laughter ] >> no, no, no. i don't think it was quite that
that point. >> jimmy: did you know what he was gonna do? >> i had no idea what he was gonna do and -- >> jimmy: do you know what he did now? >> well, you know, i thought, when i knew there was really a problem was when he was explaining to the empty chair that was supposed to be the president, that he couldn't tell mitt romney to do that to himself 'cause it's impossible. and i was like, "okay, now we're starting to like go off the rails, here, a little bit." [ light laughter ] i was thinking that, or maybe i should have done that, you know? like, right in the middle of a speech. yeah, like just go with the whole thing. but no, it didn't work. >> jimmy: it didn't really work at all. >> i don't think so. >> jimmy: i liked your message in your speech is what i got to say, 'cause i -- we had -- nancy pelosi. and i said, "how is it like --" she's been -- what? she's been in congress -- 20 something years? >> a long time. >> jimmy: yeah. and i go, "how is it different?" i go, "how is it different now than then?" she goes, "right now, people really don't get along." i mean, you don't even compromise with each other. >> yeah, well, she's a big part of the problem. i mean -- [ audience ohs ] well, it's true, because -- because -- listen. [ scattered applause ] any of the leaders up there are part of the problem if they're
not trying to make a difference. you can't just sit there and say, "we're not talking to each other" and you're one of the leaders. well, then, you gotta make a difference. and what i was trying to say in the speech is that leaders have the responsibility to get things done. not just to sit and send out press releases and bark at each other but to say, "listen, people sent us there for a purpose. it wasn't just to like pose for the cameras. it's to get something done." >> jimmy: yeah. >> and so, anybody who's a leader who's not getting that done has part of the responsibility, no matter which party you're in. >> jimmy: i like that. [ cheers and applause ] actually, i think that is exactly the way to go. i feel like in this whole administration, no one's playing ball with each other. >> that's right. and, you know, in the end -- the bottom line is that the people at the top have to take responsibility. you want the big jobs with the big the titles, you gotta take responsibility for getting things done. you can't just say, "well, they're from another party. we don't agree." you gotta find ways to compromise and work things out. and you don't have to compromise your principles. there's a way to work things out. they did it for centuries here. it can't be that all of the sudden, we just forgot how to do it. it's that we don't want to. and we gotta want to do that again. >> jimmy: i want to say -- as a new jersey -- as a person from new jersey, a new jerseyan, there's a big
question. a big question out there, right now. tebow or sanchez? >> oh, sanchez. and the reason -- the reason i have to be for sanchez is two reasons. one, because the guy was here. he brought us to the afc championship two years in a row. he deserves a chance to continue to play. second, my 16-year-old daughter would kill me if said anything other than sanchez. [ laughter ] she loves sanchez. >> jimmy: she loves sanchez? >> she loves sanchez, yes. >> jimmy: and your son is going to princeton, right? >> yeah. my son's going -- my son's going to college saturday. going to princeton. >> jimmy: that's major. are you a little emotional? >> yeah. sure. my oldest. he's my first one to go away. >> jimmy: is it tough to have a governor as a dad, if you're going to princeton? >> he says not because right down the street, literally, three quarters of a mile from the center of campus, is the governor's mansion. and we don't live there, so it's empty. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: ♪ animal house >> and he's thinking -- i think he's thinking, like -- how many guys can give this line to a girl at college -- "hey, would you like to go back with me to the governor's mansion?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh my gosh. he's in trouble. >> right? it's like -- i -- yeah.
>> jimmy: he's gonna be ferris bueller. >> yeah, we're doubling the state police there. >> jimmy: very smart, very smart. >> starting on saturday, absolutely. >> jimmy: the other thing i appreciate about this -- and we tweet about this, back and forth -- is you are a -- might be the biggest springsteen fan i know. you love bruce springsteen. >> i do. i do. [ scattered applause ] >> jimmy: you just saw him last night. >> yes, in philly. >> jimmy: and what number show is this? and i'm not lying. >> it was my 130th show last night. [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: see, this guy is -- wow! >> i started when i was 13. so, you know -- and i'm gonna be 50. so, it's a lot of years. >> jimmy: and did you start -- back in asbury park or where? like, where -- >> the first show i saw him at was at seton hall university in south orange, at walsh gym. in 19 -- it was either -- it was 1975. >> jimmy: gosh. so, i know exactly who you are, by the way. >> yeah. >> jimmy: 'cause i've been to springsteen shows with the guy that screams all the words louder than bruce springsteen behind me. yeah, yeah, pumping his fist. yeah. >> like that. it was the first fist pump. >> jimmy: that is you, yeah, you are, yeah. like, what do you do? can you give us a little taste of something? >> i was doing it last night. >> jimmy: what can you do? can you do a little -- "thunder road" or something? >> me and you?
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