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i'll draw until i've ♪
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>> 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
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-- captions by vitac -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome. welcome, everybody. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," and for those of you still recovering from st. patrick's day -- [ whispers ] welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." that's right, yesterday was st. patrick's day, and today was that other great holiday, st. call in sick day. [ laughter ] no, it's march madness, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] feelin' the magic. there was a major ncaa upset yesterday when the 13th seed morehead state beat number four seed, louisville. even players at morehead state were like, "oh, man, this screws up my entire bracket." [ laughter ] why did we win? i just read this. a school in new jersey that was
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named after president obama will close this summer because of low enrollment. [ light laughter ] that explains the school's new education plan, "no child left." [ cheers and applause ] nobody's here. you've got to see this in an interview with abc. donald trump said it's strange nobody remembers president obama from childhood. of course, everyone remembers little trump because he was the little kid going, -- [ as donald trump ] "welcome, everyone, to the trump sand box and play area. [ laughter ] it's the number one sand box in the world. huge sand castles, please enjoy yourselves in the beautiful marble monkey bars. [ laughter ] it's my beautiful girlfriend natasha, she's 2 1/2 years old. she's a beautiful girl and i'm a beautiful 4-year-old boy." >> steve: "take a nap, you're
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tired." >> jimmy: oh! that's a good, you missed it -- you're tired. [ as donald trump ] "nap time. nap time, you're tired." [ laughter ] just stole your joke and said it louder than you. i just said it louder -- i just said it louder than you. >> steve: it's yours, i'm giving it to you. happy st. patrick's day. >> jimmy: thank you, my friend. thank you, my man, i appreciate it. hey, this fall mcdonald's will display calorie information at all restaurants in the uk. [ scattered groans ] yeah, so the cheeseburger it says 300, for the big mac is says 540 and for the mcrib it says, "yeah, like you give a crap." [ laughter ] i could probably have three mcribs and then -- [ as donald trump ] "beautiful, beautiful, golden mcribs, luminous, classy mcribs." >> steve: i like sandwiches, but i don't like real ribs, what should i get? [ light laughter ]
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>> jimmy: i've got something you're going to love. [ hums mcdonalds jingle ] >> steve: this is in the shape of what ribs look like. [ laughter ] wow. fred flintstone would be eating something similar to this. >> jimmy: it's like a dinosaur put on the side of fred flintstone's car that would tip over, but you eat it first. >> steve: it's a living. >> jimmy: check this out, you guys. there's new internet software that will show you what your facebook friends look like naked. >> audience: eww. what? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: in a totally unrelated story, today i unfriended my dad from facebook. [ laughter ] i don't want any run-ins. yeah, that's right. software that lets you see your facebook friends naked. not only that, in addition to the "like" button, there's now "oh, yeah" button. [ laughter ] oh, yeah. you guys -- said oh, yeah. mattel is coming out with a new doll aimed at 6-year-old girls that promotes waxing and shaving. [ scattered groans ]
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creepy white van sold separately. [ laughter ] doesn't come with it. and finally, i don't know what to make of this, a man in california was busted for smuggling a cell phone into jail inside his rectum. [ audience groans ] it's pretty bad, he's been butt dialing his friends all day. [ laughter ] the friends are like, "call me back, dude, it sounds like crap. i don't know what to tell you." [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show tonight! give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: happy friday, everybody! hope you have a great weekend. we have a huge show tonight. they are starring in the new movie "limitless," which opens everywhere today, bradley cooper and the one and only -- [ cheers and applause ] -- mr. robert de niro on tonight. robert de niro was my first guest ever on this show.
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he's the nicest human being on earth and one of the greatest actors. and i'm just psyched to have him back on the show and be able to talk with him. i love that man. he's the greatest human being on earth, robert de niro. [ cheers and applause ] love that guy. oh, my god, the show goes on, there's more. you know her as abby on the hit show "ncis," my girl pauley perrette is joining us! [ cheers and applause ] i love her too. and we're going to be cooking some weird stuff with chef marcel vigneron. [ cheers and applause ] you know marcel. he's the villain from "top chef." >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: ooh, watch it, yeah. yeah, i'll be talking to him, see what's up. see what he has to say. >> steve: are you gonna vin your own? >> jimmy: no, you have to vigneron. we don't have it here. hey, you guys, today's friday. that's usually when i catch up on personal stuff. [ scattered applause ] i check my inbox, return some emails and, of course, send out my "thank you notes." i'm running a bit behind schedule.
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i thought, if you guys wouldn't mind, could i write out my "thank you" notes right now? is that cool? [ cheers and applause ] roots, can i get some "thank you" note writing music, please? ♪ you okay, kamal? [ light laughter ] ♪ thank you, president obama, for announcing plans to visit your irish ancestors. or as we know them -- [ with irish accent ] -- the o'bamas. [ light laughter ] seamus o'bama. >> steve: seamus o'bama. sean and seamus. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, sleeveless argyle sweater, whenever you come out of the closet, so does the guy wearing you. [ laughter ]
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[ scattered applause ] ♪ it's a spring day! there's a spring to my step and i'm wearing no sleeves ♪ >> steve: ♪ i'm going to tuck this in ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, the new movie, "the lincoln lawyer" starring matthew mcconaughey, for constantly making me think of a bailiff saying -- [ impersonates mcconaughey ] "all rise, all rise, all rise." [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, guy at the office who says "have fun in there" whenever i enter the bathroom, for making me wonder what exactly you do when you go to the bathroom. "have fun in there, guy."
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[ as donald trump ] "beautiful marble urinals, gorgeous flushers." [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, passive aggression -- i guess. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] whatever. ♪ thank you, the consumer product safety commission, for recalling 169,000 pogo sticks due to a potential risk of injury. [ light laughter ] i don't know if you know this, but the only thing that makes pogo sticks fun is the potential risk of injury. [ laughter ] [ as donald trump ] "beautiful brass pogo sticks, match with any marble columns in your house."
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♪ thank you, person who takes forever at the starbucks sugar station. hey, madame curie, this ain't some chemistry lab. i've got a life to live. so, stir in the sugar and let's get moving you caffeine-addicted bitch! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: where did that come from? oh, my god. >> jimmy: wooden stirrer. >> steve: meow. [ as donald trump ] "beautiful teak" -- >> jimmy: teak stirrer? >> steve: "classy, made of elephant tusks." >> jimmy: why are you making elephant tusks stirrers? >> steve: "'cause they're classy." >> jimmy: okay, sorry little trump. it's little trump, on broadway. [ as donald trump ] ♪ "it's spring time i'm wearing argyle sweaters with no sleeves here ♪
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you're tired." ♪ thank you, today, for being friday. friday. [ scattered applause ] wee, wee, wee, so excited. [ cheers and applause ] we so excited. we're gonna have a ball today. tomorrow's saturday and sunday comes afterwards. fun, fun, fun, fun. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ thank you, adults that wear cute and fuzzy animal hats like this, and this, and my favorite, this. [ laughter ] [ as donald trump ] "beautiful hat." there you have it. those are my "thank you" notes, everybody.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: tonight we are lucky to have two lead guests, both of whom star in the new film "limitless," which opens everywhere today. one of them is renowned as one of the greatest actors in the history of cinema. and the other is one of the fastest rising stars in hollywood. please welcome robert de niro and bradley cooper! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: they really make you feel welcome, right? [ cheers ] well, good night, everybody. thank you so much for watching. take care. ♪ i could just say -- i do want to say thank you, mr. de niro. because you're -- you were my first guest on the show when i first started the whole show. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you had nothing to promote. you just did it just to be nice to me. >> yes. >> jimmy: and i really appreciate it. >> oh, well -- >> jimmy: because i was like -- i mean, i'll never forget that. it's hard when you first start a show to book guests. you have to have to understand that. like, publicists and people get involved and agents and they go it's going to flop. jimmy fallon, i don't know if it's going to be good. and they go, i don't want him doing something yet. and i just called you, like, please do this. and you were like, okay. were you sedated or something? [ laughter ] but i appreciate you doing this. >> no, no. i wasn't. >> jimmy: thank you for doing this. and now you're here with my man bradley cooper. congratulations. >> thank you. [ cheers ]
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>> jimmy: bradley, your career is just rising and rising and rising. you're in movies with robert de niro now. this is fun. >> it's pretty cool. >> jimmy: it's amazing. have you -- have you changed? have you gone -- >> it's pretty cool. >> jimmy: have you gone hollywood? >> what do you mean? what do you mean? i mean, i'm coming up on my -- what is this? i put a solid deck into the biz. coming up on my deck hand. >> jimmy: what does that -- >> in the biz. >> jimmy: sorry. what do you mean? [ laughter ] what do you mean? >> oh, oh, oh. my anniverse in the cave. i've been doing this ten years. >> jimmy: in the cave? >> yeah, yeah. it's my deck hand. [ laughter ] you guys know what i'm talking about. >> jimmy: so you -- you just abbreviate words now? you're that cool? >> well, i've got a lot going on. you know what i mean? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you don't have to abbreviate. >> i don't know. i just happen to -- you know, it's better. i can just say a lot more in a short time. >> jimmy: sho wo. shortened words. >> yes. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: your sho wo. yeah, yeah. >> my sho wo. >> jimmy: congratulations. >> that's -- >> jimmy: no, i know you haven't changed. i know. but, i mean, i met you back when you did that movie with -- my wife produced. "she's just not that into you." >> of course. "she's just not that into you." yup. >> jimmy: you were great in that. and then, gosh. "a-team" and all this stuff. you're just blowing up. and now this one, you --
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how did you guys hook up to meet and end up doing -- how did you get -- how did you get started. i convinced him to be on my show. how did you convince him to make a movie with you? >> you know, i don't know. we -- we met before. actually, when i was at the actors studio mfa program, he came and -- >> jimmy: i know actors, james lipton. >> that's right. >> jimmy: he lives there, doesn't he? >> he does live -- he lives on stage. >> jimmy: he lives in a tent on stage. yes. >> then, they film him every time when he comes out, and some guests come. >> at night he eats them. >> yeah. >> jimmy: did he do actor studio? >> i did. yeah, yeah. and he -- and he came ten years ago. >> jimmy: that wasn't years. did you ever do actors studio? >> i did. i mean, this with james lipton. >> jimmy: yeah, that program. but you didn't study there, right? >> i did. i did for a couple of years. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i knew that. i thought that -- >> you studied with phil adler, right? >> i studied with phil adler. but james -- the actors studio in strasburg -- there was a point where i did also with them -- after, later on. but first was with phil adler. >> jimmy: when you start becoming -- when you decide -- anyone decides to become an actor, you usually get two books. you usually get stella adler and, like, hogans.
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>> right. >> jimmy: are the two books you get. i bought the book. but i still haven't read them. they're great. they're great books. [ laughter ] phenomenal. i'm sure they're great. i just have not read them at all. so you met them at the same -- did you just -- this is when? when was this? >> this was 1990 -- 1998. and i -- i did one of those, you know, cardinal rule if you're ever in, like, a q&a. when i answered the question. and i -- i stood up, and i forgot to sit back down. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you just kept standing? >> yeah. well, he said good question. and -- and i couldn't believe it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're like, he talked to me. oh, my gosh. >> yeah. that's why. yeah. yeah. so i just sort of froze. he froze me with "good question." >> jimmy: you want to remember that moment. yeah. but, now you're in the movie "limitless." you got -- you got him to do this. it's cool. it's a fun movie. >> oh, thanks. yeah, we had a good time. >> yeah. oh, yeah. >> we had a really good time. >> jimmy: you shot it? where did you shoot it? >> we shot it in new york and philadelphia. >> jimmy: that's good. >> which is where i'm from. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: the roots are from philly, as well.
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>> right, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah, did you spend a lot of time over there in philly? >> we did. yeah. he -- he shot all the stuff in philly. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you get some good cheese steaks, stuff like that? >> well, that was a whole thing. >> jimmy: what do you mean? what do you mean it's a whole thing? >> well, you know, i -- i was more concerned with impressing bob with the food of philly, i think, than the movie. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. so did you get him a good cheese steak? >> i was so obsessed with getting him -- >> jimmy: there's so many different things. >> yeah. well, there's really only one. >> jimmy: i like the one time -- i ended up one day, like, i ate like ten cheese steaks. >> yeah, yeah, i know. >> jimmy: because they really are proud of their cheese steaks. and then, they wanted me to pick which one is the best. i go, i don't know. they all taste good. jim's, i would say, probably. [ cheers ] >> whoa, whoa, whoa. i don't know. i think pat's. [ cheers ] yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: no? >> who -- who do we got? >> jimmy: tony luke's. oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> but that's the whole process. >> jimmy: tina fey likes jim's. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. and tony luke's is good, too. >> but, one time, i remember, he -- we were on set, and i -- i ordered pat steaks to come down. and i thought -- i thought he was going to be there at this one time. then he was actually coming
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later, and it was an intense scene. and all i'm thinking about is the steak's going to be cold. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you couldn't even do your acting in the movie. you're like -- >> i'm going to be like -- okay, rolling camera. and i'm sitting there right, is he here? is bob here? [ light laughter ] get -- get -- no. you can bring the steaks back. >> jimmy: and action. >> microwave them. whatever. wait, no, no, no. >> jimmy: but we should tell everyone what this movie is about. can you -- can you -- what is "limitless" about, bob? >> oh, god, no. >> jimmy: no, don't make. why would you make him do -- no, no. bradley, please. don't make him. >> it's about -- [ laughter ] it's about what would happen if you could take a pill that opens up all of your brain. so basically you can access anything you've ever seen, heard, touched, tasted since the womb. and utilize it at your disposal. it's -- it's a movie about power. >> jimmy: yeah. so it's like -- so you remember everything -- >> everything. yeah. >> jimmy: you're extremely focused. >> yeah, everything, yeah. >> jimmy: they have to have, like, those beta blockers. that like -- >> yeah, yeah, yeah. they take away your -- >> jimmy: all these people, they -- they take these pills. >> yeah, it's like -- >> jimmy: focus on their -- yeah.
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>> no, but it's true. i need -- i need -- >> jimmy: i need those pills. what was that number? what are they called? >> it's called clearpill. >> jimmy: there you have it. npgs, they're called in the movie. >> 48. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you can just give me cash, and i'll give it to you later. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: so, you're a -- you're a -- you're a drug dealer now. congratulations. [ laughter ] that's pretty cool. >> that's going really well. thank you. >> jimmy: that is fantastic. you've been living with charlie sheen for three weeks. [ laughter ] this is really good. congratulations. winning! winning, duh, hello. but it is amazing. so what happens in this movie? you're kind of a down and out writer. >> yeah. >> jimmy: after taking these pills and you get everything back. you get your career back, you get your girl back. >> that's right. >> jimmy: who was played by the beautiful abby cornish. look at this. gorgeous, very cute. [ scattered applause ] you get her back and then you start making deals and stock and getting the money. that's when you end up dealing with robert de niro. and then -- then it just gets tricky. and you don't know what's going down. but i should tell everybody. once you stop taking the pill, you die. [ light laughter ]
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>> right, yeah. >> jimmy: that's a little twist. >> that's a little problem, yeah. >> jimmy: little twist. little twist. yeah. >> if you run out of pills -- >> jimmy: but you don't know this, because you don't know it's just a drug off the street. it's not -- >> right. >> jimmy: you know, it's not -- >> i come across about 500 of them. so i know that -- you know -- that if i have them, i'll be okay. but all of a sudden, you know, i misplace them. >> jimmy: it's exciting. it's a really fun -- fun movie. and we have a clip of you and mr. robert de niro in the movie. "limitless." here's bradley cooper and robert de niro. well, in order for the career to evolve, i'm going to have to move on. >> that you would even think that would only show me how unprepared you are to be on your own. i mean, you do know you're a freak? your deductive powers are a gift from god or chance, or a stray shot of sperm, or whatever or whoever the hell wrote your life script. it's a gift, not earned. you do not know what i know because you have not earned those powers. you're careless with those powers. you flaunt them, and you throw them around like a brat with his trust fund. you haven't had to climb up all the greasy little rungs. you haven't been bored blind at a fundraiser. you haven't done the time in that first marriage with the girl with the right father. you think you can leap over all in a single bound.
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you haven't had the bribe or charm or threat your way to a seat at that table. you don't know how to assess your competition, because you haven't competed. don't make me your competition. now, i'll open up a line of credit for you. you'll be wanting a few toys. >> jimmy: yeah, he tells it like it is. [ cheers and applause ] it's really fun, really good. really fun movie. fun to watch you two. now, you're going to do something when we come back from the commercial that i'm so happy that you're going to do. have you ever played this game before? >> no. >> jimmy: okay, good. when we come back, robert de niro and bradley cooper and i are going to play a classic game. "password," after the break. [ cheers and applause ] it's going to be fun. i promise you can take it. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i can tell you about detroit. it's not what it used to be, unfortunately. [ man #2 ] it's tough, you know, and i actually had to move back in with my parents. and i heard about second look on the radio. they look at your taxes from last year and see if they can get you more money back.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: welcome back to "late
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night." we are about to play a round of "password." to my right is legendary actor and filmmaker, robert de niro. [ cheers and applause ] mr. de niro will be playing tonight with the host of nbc's "late night" and sweetheart, jimmy fallon. [ cheers and applause ] and to my left is bradley cooper who stars -- [ cheers ] who stars with robert de niro in the new movie "limitless," opening everywhere today. bradley, who's your partner? >> bradley: i will be playing with smita from atlanta, georgia. and we're ready to play some "password"! [ cheers ] >> steve: all right. here we go. [ cheers ] all righty. we're about to play. i'm your host steve higgins. thank you. all right, the rules of the game are very simple. i will give you -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we'll put applause in later. >> steve: well, you know, we'll do that in post. we'll sweeten it. >> jimmy: let's live it up. >> steve: yeah, exactly. why not? come on. let's live it up. i will give each of you a password. all right? >> jimmy: i think. >> steve: each of you are to
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only give a one word clue. one word only. so, your partner -- the partner can guess the password. scoring starts at six. boom, boom, boom. we take away a point each time it passes. you have five seconds to guess each time. remember, no part or form of the word can be used. and watch the gestures. this isn't charades, jimmy. if the clue is determined illegal by our judges, you will hear this -- [ buzzer ] and you will forfeit the turn. the team with the most points after six words wins. any questions? >> well, i was just wondering -- >> steve: okay. great. first clue. brad, enjoy. >> announcer: the password is -- >> steve: all right. we'll start with you, bob. >> big ears. can i use two words or one word? >> steve: you know what? you can. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait a second. well, come on! >> steve: you've had a deck. >> jimmy: mickey mouse.
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>> steve: brad. >> okay. easter -- >> bunny. >> all: whoa! [ cheers ] >> steve: all right. that was a warm-up. >> jimmy: don't worry about that. that was good. >> steve: that was a warm-up. this is round two. fast and furious. >> announcer: the password is -- >> steve: yeah, your turn to give first. >> jimmy: this time i'm going to get it. >> steve: your turn, bradley. >> oh, it's my turn. >> steve: yup. >> bradley goes first. [ laughter ] >> okay. and no gestures? >> jimmy: no gestures. >> okay. >> steve: this is not charades. >> jimmy: why did you have to ask that now? yeah, no guessing now. >> steve: it's called password not pass gesture. >> lick. [ laughter ] >> sickle. [ laughter ]
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>> pop? sickle? [ laughter ] >> steve: bradley, your turn. >> okay. so, okay. >> steve: all right. >> oh, geez. oh, candy. >> cane. >> steve: ooh. [ laughter ] remember the clues, jimmy. >> jimmy: i don't know. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on. that was a song. it was a song. no! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i used to be on a candy. is that a candy? we missed it. >> steve: oh, no.
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two -- two points. >> jimmy: bradley goes. >> steve: two points, bradley. your turn, bradley. >> okay. okay. lolly. [ audience groans ] >> jimmy: lollipop. wait, do we get it then? >> steve: judges? [ buzzer ] no. no, that's all right. >> jimmy: all right, so it's 5-0. >> i totally messed that up. >> steve: jimmy? >> jimmy: here we go. >> i so messed that up. >> steve: that's all right. it's okay. >> announcer: the password is -- [ light laughter ] >> steve: all right. jimmy, we're going to start with you. >> jimmy: okay. i think this word's hyphenated, one word. hi-yah! [ laughter ] >> karate? >> jimmy: yeah! [ cheers ] ♪ >> steve: yes! you got it! wow! it is a barn burner. it is a barn burner. >> jimmy: all right. >> steve: there you go, jimmy. smita, smita, it's your turn.
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>> okay. >> announcer: the password is -- [ laughter ] >> was it barn burner? >> no, i said barn burner. >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> i should've said barn burner. >> spaghetti. >> western. [ laughter ] i thought that's what you meant. i'm the worst at this game. >> jimmy: mama's. >> sauce. [ laughter ] sauce. >> gravy. [ laughter ] >> steve: that's what they call sauce in philly, gravy. >> jimmy: spaghetti. >> meatball? >> jimmy: yeah! [ cheers ] ♪ yes! >> steve: oh, okay.
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>> jimmy: meatball. >> steve: you guys, come on. you can get that. >> jimmy: yes, i'm very excited. spaghetti western. >> you know what? >> jimmy: god. >> steve: the score's dolly parton. 9 to 5. >> announcer: the password is -- >> steve: all right, bob, you're going to give? >> here we go. okay. jack. [ light laughter ] [ buzzer ] >> all right, bradley. you could tie the game. >> i'll make sure i don't repeat the word. >> tree. >> green. >> green, no.
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>> tall. >> bean stalk. >> jimmy: you guys! our thanks to bradley cooper, robert de niro. pauley perrette joins us next. stay tuned. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ sighs ] ♪ ♪ [ lasers ] ♪ [ cash register dings ] [ clang ] ♪ [ male announcer ] it all starts with a windows 7 pc. ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our next guest stars as a genius goth lab rat abby sciuto on the blockbuster hit show, "ncis." say hello to the lovely pauley perrette, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks for coming on the show. >> yes, hello. >> jimmy: it's your first time on. >> it is my first time on. >> jimmy: i've been wanting to have you on. we're big fans over here. >> yay! >> jimmy: are you from new york or, no, where you from originally? >> oh no, no. my family's from alabama and tennessee. i was actually hatched in new orleans, but it's all about the south. but i lived here -- >> jimmy: you were hatched. >> yeah. but i lived here for like six or seven years.
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>> jimmy: so you're all around the south, huh? >> yeah. >> jimmy: are your parents in the army? >> uh, well, no. my dad works for the phone company and so he -- >> jimmy: that's kind of the same thing. >> so he says. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah -- >> so we moved all the time. like my sister and i moved like maybe 13 times growing up or whatever. but i mean -- and i used to secretly think maybe he was a fugitive or a spy or something. >> jimmy: as a little kid you thought your dad was a fugitive or a spy. >> well, because we moved so much. it's was like a really interesting story. but then again, all our clothes had a little bell on them from the phone company and like our pants and socks and our shoe laces and everything. so i didn't think that was a very good cover. so it probably is true, it was probably the phone company. >> jimmy: yeah, everything you wear had a phone or something on it, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. was it weird growing up being a new kid everywhere you went? >> i was a new kid everywhere i want, yup. which is extremely fun when you have an eye patch and big blue glasses. >> jimmy: no, did you? >> i did. >> jimmy: you had a lazy eye? >> i had like a something -- yeah. an eye thing. >> jimmy: wow.
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>> you know, they do that -- i don't know if they still do that. they put you out there and they're like, look, it's blank the new kid. i was like, with my big blue glasses and my eye patch. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. wow. but then you're like, i've got to into acting. >> no, you know what though? it does make you -- comedy helps. i'm like, but i'm really funny. >> jimmy: yeah. did you always want to be an actor, did you want to be a comedian, or what'd you do? >> oh, no, no, no, i studied sociology, psychology, and criminal science and i wanted to like, work for an fbi, and like bust bad guys or something. >> jimmy: oh my god, this is like the fake version of doing that for real. >> you're right. it is the fake version of doing that for real. but i did a bunch of other stuff in between and then i kind of ended up doing this. but you know, i'm not even cool to be a cop, i'm not very brave actually at all. so, that didn't really work out. and i was really broke and i was bartending and i ended up being hired for all of these commercials. >> jimmy: you bartended a bunch around new york city, right? >> here, all over the place. from the upper east side to the
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south street seaport during the club kid days. like i have been in -- if you were here drinking at that point in time, i probably served you a drink. >> jimmy: really? >> and you better have tipped me. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. did you get good tips? >> sometimes, yeah, i did. >> jimmy: of course. do you have any bartender tricks? you know, sometimes -- did you do shots or did you flaming shots? >> i never did any of that kind of stuff. but i'm super like quadruple jointed if you can get a creepy shot of my hands. >> jimmy: whoa. >> right. so there's like certain bar tricks that people go like, hey, i bet you can't take this blank and pick it up with two of your fingers and i'm like, done. and a hundred bucks i made one time by that. >> jimmy: wait, what -- who would go around and say you can't pick up -- what kind of people were hanging out -- what kind of bars are these bars? >> i don't know, you know. i don't know. >> jimmy: it's interesting. >> if i wanted to point at you, right? then i could put my hand this way and then point at you over there. see? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is wild. that is unbelievable. look at your tattoos. can i look at your tattoos? >> yeah, i was born with these, isn't that weird?
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>> jimmy: no you were not. [ laughter ] i am number four? no that's not. but what do they all mean? did you get them at different times? >> no, i told you. it was really weird. my parents were like, ah! no, yes, of course i got them all different times. i didn't get 14 tattoos at the same time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i didn't know. it was st. paddy's day was last night. i don't know, it happens. >> i got them all last night. it was crazy. >> jimmy: i can't do a tattoo 'cause i think it's too permanent for me. >> yeah, well -- >> jimmy: it is. i'm like -- i don't do anything. >> i just want you to know that it's okay. it's okay if you don't have tattoos, i don't want you to, you know -- it's all right. >> jimmy: are you -- are you selling tattoos to me? i'd love to buy your tattoo. >> no, but it's kind of cute you're defending why you don't have them. but it's okay. >> jimmy: no, no, i don't do it for a reason. i'm just wondering which ones -- do you have a favorite one? one you wish you don't have? that's what would happened to me. i would get like a bart simpson saying "kawabunga dude" and here
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i am in 2000, he doesn't even say that anymore. >> right, right. >> jimmy: and i would have to change what he says. >> and you were like, that wasn't me. and you're like, it was st. patrick's day, it wasn't my fault. >> jimmy: exactly, yeah, yeah. >> no, yes, they're all my favorites probably. >> jimmy: you know, we have something in common. we were in the same movie. >> we were in the same movie but we never met! >> jimmy: almost famous. >> one of the greatest movies ever made. >> jimmy: can't be half bad. and same right back to you. the great cameron crowe. >> i am -- cameron crowe, i worked with him several times. >> jimmy: i love cameron crowe. >> we are all -- >> jimmy: great guy. >> yes, and i think actors pretty much around -- that get to work with him and to work with him once -- >> jimmy: wrote "fast times," -- >> i wouldn't say anything. i know every word to that movie. >> jimmy: the guy's just -- he's brilliant. he's such a great guy. i love him. >> yes! he's great. >> jimmy: we weren't in scenes together, but it was a musical type of movie -- a movie about a band. if you've never seen it, it was a fun movie. >> everyone's seen it. >> jimmy: yeah, well i don't know. i don't know. >> what? >> jimmy: i don't know. i mean, i think no one has tattoos.
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i mean i live in a bubble. >> you know what's funny? >> jimmy: what? >> you're on tv. and you meet a lot of people, so you should know stuff. >> jimmy: i do know stuff, i know that you were in a movie with me. >> no, that people have tattoos and stuff. >> jimmy: i don't know if you have tattoos, i've never seen your arms before. i just met you. i've never met you before. >> well, i'm on this little tv show sometimes. >> jimmy: i know, i know, i know, i know, i know, i know. you're on a giant tv show. congratulations, by the way, that show couldn't be bigger. you know how much more ratings you get than my show? [ laughter ] please, you don't have to tell me, yes, i know, i know. >> the funny thing is because it's in every country in the world now, and --. >> jimmy: oh, really? big deal. [ laughter ] >> no, no, no, no! >> jimmy: our show airs in houston, texas, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] that's what i'm talking about. shout out. it must be great airing in all those different countries. >> yeah, i'll tweet afterwards
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and i'll be like, hey, thanks for the 23 million people that watched last night. and i get tweets from other countries going, that's twice of the size of our country. >> jimmy: yeah. i should be like, thank you, everybody, i tweet, i thank you everybody for watching "late night" juragan fluragan. over in sweden when they show that. it must be so fun, right? >> it's so fun. >> jimmy: and you kick -- and you're great at your job. >> it is because we love it. >> jimmy: you're really good. >> it is so funny. we're like 8 1/2 years in going on nine right now and still having a blast every day. and i tell people that and they're always like, we can tell. you guys totally look like it. and we are. it's fun. >> jimmy: yeah, we like to have a good time on our show, as well. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i want to show a quick clip of you and on "ncis." here's the great pauley perrette, evrebody. >> what you got? >> other than my respect and adulation for the human stability to engineer teeny tiny parts made of nothing but sand? >> is it dead or alive? >> it's neither. it's like a zombie gets. if you don't kill the brain, it doesn't die.
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>> jimmy: hey, you know our next guest from "top chef" and "top chef all-stars." now he has his own show, "marcel's quantum kitchen," which premieres tuesday at 10:00 p.m. -- this tuesday, 10:00 p.m on syfy. please welcome chef marcel vigneron! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: dude, you have your own -- syfy is doing cooking? >> yeah, it's true. >> jimmy: syfy is doing cooking shows? >> we're doing a cooking show and it's all about creativity, imagination, science. >> jimmy: well, you always had like foams and stuff. >> and catering amazing parties. >> jimmy: is that -- all combined in one show? >> yeah, it's pretty crazy. it's unlike any other show on television right now. >> jimmy: what are we making tonight? what are you doing for me? >> well, i know how much you love late night snacks. >> jimmy: i do. [ scattered cheers ] >> so, i want to recreate -- right? who doesn't love late night snacks. >> jimmy: this is good. >> perfect. >> jimmy: what do we got? we got a can full of worms. >> i want to recreate my version of a late night snack. >> jimmy: are these worms? >> one of my favorite late night snacks. >> jimmy: what are they? >> they look like it but they're not. it's kind of version of poor mimicking. so, i'm just gonna go ahead and make some rice crispies. >> jimmy: what are you -- >> what i'm doing right now, i'm puffing wild rice. this, right here, is wild rice. >> jimmy: that's how you make
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puffed rice? >> yeah, yeah. who knew, right? >> jimmy: right, that's how you make sugar puffs? >> viola. >> jimmy: wait, what was it? what did you do? did you put in oil? >> that was it. that was it right there. >> jimmy: yeah, i know you did it. but what did you do? >> i literally just fried it. i literally just fried it. >> jimmy: i know that it happened, but what was it? >> i'll explain it to. >> jimmy: what went in where? >> wild rice actually still has a little bit of moisture left inside the kernel. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and when that moisture comes in contact with the hot oil, it literally explodes. i mean, look at that. >> jimmy: what kind of oil? can i do this at home? >> this is actually grape seed, which is really good. it's got a nice high smoking temperature. and it's a neutral oil, it doesn't have a lot of flavor. so, basically once we've puffed the wild rice. >> jimmy: yes. >> like this. >> jimmy: yes. >> we go ahead and make the rice crispy. >> jimmy: let's do it. >> what we're going to do is use sugar as like an adhesive to kind of like bind the rice together so we can form these nice and compressed tablets. >> jimmy: love it. tablet. >> and then we're going to something -- we're gonna do something really fun. >> jimmy: you're gonna be like weirdest dad. hey kids, bring your tablets to school. >> who doesn't love a big tablet? so, what i've done is actually puffed the wild rice. i measured it out with this scale here, which can be used measuring out everything. this one's actually pretty precise. >> jimmy: very scientific. >> they spared no expense here at the jimmy fallon show. >> jimmy: thank you.
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>> this thing goes to the 100th of a gram. that's for weighing diamonds apparently. >> jimmy: that's -- that's what i use it for. [ laughter ] all right, so what do we do now? >> here we go. we're gonna go ahead -- safety first, i want you to put on your goggles. this is the fun part, right? [ scattered cheers ] >> jimmy: this is the fun part? >> yes, this is indeed the fun part. we're got negative 320 degrees liquid nitrogen right here. >> jimmy: yeah! that's what i'm talking about. >> who doesn't love that? >> jimmy: dude, wait, what are you doing? >> pop these in there. pop them in. let's go, let's go, let's go, jimmy. get them in there. get them in there. >> jimmy: what's happening? >> so, this is -- we're actually. >> jimmy: stop dancing. stop dancing like that. why are we dancing leprechauns? >> it's the day after st. patrick's day. all right, so what we're going to do now is just go ahead and take these bad boys and finish it with a little cocoa nut milk powder for fun and -- you just want to go ahead and pop it in your mouth. bottoms up, buttercup. [ laughter ] cheers. [ laughter and applause ] [ mumbles ] >> that's a great late night snack.
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>> jimmy: marcel vingeron. check out "marcel's quantum kitchen" this tuesday at 10:00 p.m. on syfy. we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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