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penis on their forehead. [ cheers and applause ] next is a law that says you've got to give -- [ slurring ] small businesses the option to offer healthcare or whatever. [ cheers and applause ] and here's the last one here. an official statement finally recognizing the fact that john boehner's last name kind of sounds like boner. yeah, it does. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, people are really upset with congress right now because this whole thing could end up costing the economy billions. yeah, it's basically another sign that republicans and democrats aren't getting along. >> yo, jimmy? >> jimmy: yeah, hey. it's kamal from the roots right there, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] >> mind if i say something about the shutdown? >> jimmy: no, if you want to say something about the shutdown, go ahead. >> all right. listen up, this is a thing i like to call "slap a fool." [ slapping sound ] >> woo! >> all right, now come on, congress. what you doing, man?
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want me to slap your ass? [ slapping sound ] right now, republicans are all anti-obamacare, and you know you're going to get slapped for that. but democrats ain't getting off the hook that easy. you guys don't want to meet halfway? then how about your ass meet my hand? [ slapping sound ] [ laughter ] now, the only way this is going to get fixed is if you knuckleheads start working together. wait, what's that, congress? you don't want to work together? [ slapping sound ] how about now? that's what i thought. all right? so all of you bozos in the house and senate, shake hands and get along because if this happens again, you're all getting a triple ass slap combo. [ slapping sounds ] >> oh, hell no! >> jimmy: all right, thank you very much. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. i appreciate that. thank you very much. >> i think that's going to help. >> jimmy: yeah, that could work. yeah, that could be good there. yeah. a lot of rage up there. some more craziness in washington yesterday.
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joe biden was spotted holding a document with the word classified on it in front of a bunch of white house reporters. it's a real photo. look at this. can we zoom in to that thing? this is a real photo. classified. right there. yeah. nothing says joe biden like the codeword for your classified document actually being called codeword. [ laughter and applause ] that's a real photo. codeword, codeword. that's right, joe biden was waving around a classified document in front of reporters, but false alarm. it turns out it was just a bunch of cheat codes for grand theft auto v. [ laughter and applause ] man, this kind of bummed me out. after 70 years in business, new york city's opera is filing for bankruptcy. or as the fat lady put it -- so now? [ laughter ] ♪ [ applause ] here's another local story. pamela anderson announced that she will run the new york city marathon in november to raise money for charity.
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[ cheers ] yeah. of course, it's going to be awkward when it takes her three days to finish because she's running like this. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] this is a big deal today. a little bit of a scandal, actually. in a new interview, actress mia farrow said that it's possible that frank sinatra is the father of her son, ronan, and not woody allen. [ audience oohs ] let's take a look at their pictures and see for ourselves. here is ronan with sinatra. yeah. here he is with woody allen. [ laughter ] even maury povich was like, oh, come on! >> what? >> jimmy: yeah, you think? you think?
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and finally, on yesterday's episode of "jeopardy!" -- i don't know if you guys watch "jeopardy!" but a contestant slightly mispronounced the answer to a question, and they called it incorrect. check this out. >> name that tv role, $800 please. >> "seinfeld," julie louis-dreyfus. >> fidelito. >> who is elaine? >> no. okay, it's elaine, not eh-lane, fidelito. that's why the judges ruled against you. [ audience ohs ] >> wow. >> jimmy: then the guy was, like, i understand. am i pronouncing this right -- ice hole? [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots right there, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, man, we've got a fun show.
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first of all, give it up. that's my man horatio sanz right there. [ cheers and applause ] >> ow! ow! ow! woo! >> jimmy: buddy, thank you for doing this. thank you for guest announcing and coming here tonight. we love you. >> thank you very much. it's a pleasure to be here, jimmy. >> jimmy: thank you. i appreciate it. that's fun. we always make you do something ridiculous every time you're here. do you remember one time you jumped into a giant bloody mary? >> yes. >> jimmy: yeah, that was fun. i was just -- i just thought, i love when you do impressions. so i was just -- >> i love when you do impressions, too. >> jimmy: thank you. [ cheers and applause ] which one do you love? yeah. >> which one do i like? i love when you do de niro. >> jimmy: i don't do de niro. but, thank you very much. that's great. i'm glad you're a fan. but i -- i really do love -- can you do something, like, something like if i give you a thing, can you just do it? like, improv it? >> oh, yeah, yeah.
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like impression roulette. >> jimmy: yes. >> all right. >> jimmy: yes, yes. let's do aaron neville ordering a pizza. >> okay, aaron neville ordering a pizza. >> jimmy: yeah. >> can i have a -- ♪ [ vocalizing ] ♪ can i get a 15 inch cheese and sausage with crawdads and dirty rice ♪ ♪ oh and before i forget do you take credit cards ♪ ♪ cocoa butter. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love that he says cocoa butter. >> cocoa butter.
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yeah. >> jimmy: cocoa butter. that's what he says before he hangs up. he says cocoa butter. oh, my gosh. i love you, buddy. thank you for being here tonight. you're awesome. horatio sanz. we love him. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: we have a fun show tonight. he's a great actor with a new movie called "parkland" coming up. paul giamatti is here. [ cheers and applause ] he's a good man. a good actor. plus, he is another good actor. he stars opposite ben affleck and justin timberlake in the new movie, "runner, runner." anthony mackie is back on the show. [ cheers and applause ] oh, we have great music tonight from ms mr, you guys. oh, man. it's good. they're good. as you guys know, we're always striving to get better here at "late night." ♪ harder better faster stronger ♪ so, before the show, we put out a suggestion box for the audience just to get some feedback about what you guys think of the show. things you would like to see us do. that kind of stuff.
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so tonight, let's look inside the "audience suggestion box." ♪ look into the box the suggestion box ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: here we go here. this first one is from debbie lange. "hey, jimmy. i always notice those pens on your desk, but i never see you use them. you should try them out." i use these sometimes. sometimes i'll write something down with them, like that. just make a note or something like that. or sometimes i just tap it and make a little beat, you know? ♪ [ cheers ] ♪ [ laughter and applause ] let's try another suggestion here. this one is from jef hagerty.
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"hey, jimmy. i heard that every member of the roots does a pretty good impression of robert de niro's face. is that true? yeah, i don't know. i'm not sure. roots, can you do your best robert de niro faces? let's start with tariq. [ laughter ] that's pretty good right there, yeah. that's good. questlove. oh man, i don't know about that one. that's interesting. all right. oh man. frank, that's pretty good. yeah. not bad. [ cheers ] that's a great one. what? [ laughter ] that's pretty good, damon. very good. that's very good. oh, that's pretty good, james. he's just saying something there. yeah, that's good. hey, that's pretty good. you guys are talented. thank you, roots. ♪ >> i don't know what was going on with mark. >> jimmy: mark's impression was a little weird. i don't know what that was. it was like --
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this one is from josh hughes. "hey, jimmy. i know you have introduced us to some of your male writers, but i really want to meet some of the ladies who write for the show. you should do that." that's a great idea, josh. we have some great women on our writing team here. i would happy to introduce them. come on out, guys. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] go ahead and introduce yourselves. >> hi, i'm lorena. >> i'm hannah. >> and i'm connie. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, connie. >> what's up? >> jimmy: are you new? >> some of me is. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you very much, ladies. thank you very much. ♪ [ applause ] >> that was kind of weird.
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i know connie. >> jimmy: you do know her? >> yeah, we dated a few years ago. >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah, for five minutes. >> jimmy: you did, yeah. did she have the beard then? >> she did, but i didn't notice. >> jimmy: yeah. you didn't notice? no, no, no. that makes sense. this is from omar bernstein. "hey jimmy. i'm sad 'breaking bad' is over. it was such a good show and walter white was such a memorable character. i'd love to see what other celebrities would look like if they were bald and had a goatee. can you do that?" i love "breaking bad" too. [ cheers ] i'm curious to see what other celebrities would look like if they were bald and had a goatee like walter white. so let's take a look at a few. first up, here is george clooney. good looking guy right there. now, here he is walter white-o-fied. yeah. [ cheers ] next is my man brian williams, right here. [ laughter ] here he is as walter white. hey, that's pretty good, actually. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's not a bad look. here is harry styles from one direction. let's walter white him.
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[ laughter ] he looks like joey lawrence. next, we've got my man tom hanks. let's see what he looks like. yeah, that's nice. and finally here is vice president joe biden, and here he is as walter white. yeah, i love it. this one is from abbey lynd. "hey, jimmy. i can't believe it's already october. halloween is just around the corner and i have no idea what i'm going to be. could you give us some costume ideas and maybe do it as a rap?" [ cheers ] halloween is coming up soon, i know our own tariq from the roots loves halloween. tariq, do you mind rapping about some possible costume ideas? >> no problemo. ♪ ♪ well maybe i get a costume of my favorite cartoon spiderman, ironman, mf doom
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maybe me and my wife ♪ ♪ will come as the sun and the moon you and yours popeye and alice the goon ♪ ♪ i know but less stress more festive though throw your snow shoes on like and eskimo ♪ ♪ how about a mariachi out of mexico or maybe one of the attendants at the texaco ♪ ♪ bambatta, godfather vampire, darth vadar dictator, ark raider maybe a caped crusader ♪ ♪ and yeah the type of sicko that would lurk in the basement a freak like freddy ♪ ♪ a creep like jason whatever i select it won't be too outrageous because i don't ♪ ♪ need a disguise that's too high maintenance, jimmy ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tariq, right there, of the roots, ladies and gentlemen. oh, my goodness. a talented man. that is it for our "audience suggestion box." stick around. we'll be right back with paul giamatti. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ tires screech ] ♪ [ male announcer ] 1.21 gigawatts.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a guest is a emmy and golden globe award winning actor whose new film, "parkland," is in theaters on friday. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome paul giamatti. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! >> wow. >> jimmy: we love you!
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>> oh, wow. >> jimmy: paulie g. >> hello. hello. wow. >> jimmy: welcome, my friend. >> thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: this is very exciting. are you enjoying our nice fall weather we're having in new york? >> oh, it's so nice, yeah. yeah, everything's sticking to every part of my body. >> jimmy: 87 degrees. >> constantly picking things out. oh, man. 87? >> jimmy: it was something like that. it's gonna be 87 this weekend. it's just nuts. it's nuts. i was looking for you -- i was doing some research on you. >> okay. >> jimmy: i like to find out new things about you all the time. i keep track. >> i'm an exciting guy. new things are always happening to me. >> jimmy: always happening to you, yeah. and i looked for you on twitter. >> oh, yeah? >> jimmy: you're not on twitter. >> no. surprisingly, i'm not on twitter. that's a shock. >> jimmy: that's a shock to me that you're not tweeting. >> that's a shock to me that i'm not tweeting. >> jimmy: but there is a guy on twitter -- >> yes. >> jimmy: named -- i think you're heard. sad paul giamatti. >> i have, yes. there's a guy called sad paul giamatti. and i met a kid -- i was working in england, and she said, "have you seen sad paul giamatti?" and i was, like, no. and i started looking at it. and it's --
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[ bleep ] genius. >> jimmy: all right, yeah. yeah, yeah, yeah. i don't know if you can say it, but yeah. >> can i not say that? >> jimmy: no, you can't say the word genius. not on our show. not on our show. >> no, not here. >> jimmy: it's very -- yeah. >> it's very funny. i'm sorry. >> jimmy: it is very funny. the guy is -- have you seen -- >> you look great, by the way. i'm sorry. you look terrific. >> thank you, paul. you look great, too. >> jimmy: he does look great. >> yeah, he does. he looks great. sorry. >> jimmy: no, you're allowed to say people look great. questlove, you look great too, man. >> questlove: thank you. i appreciate that. >> jimmy: yeah, no problem. >> jimmy: so i'm looking at these tweets from sad paul giamatti. , they have your face -- i think it's from "sideways." making a sad face. >> uh-huh. that's from anything, basically. >> jimmy: yeah. from anything. and here's one -- a tweet from sad paul giamatti. "rode the bus and got pink eye." [ laughter ] here's another one here. >> that one's good. >> jimmy: yeah, he's got -- "eating a bag of cheetos and
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crying." just laughing about it. today he yawned and dislocated his jaw. let's check out a couple more here. >> it genius. >> jimmy: he's one. today he was eating a cake in the gas station. [ laughter ] it sounds so sad to me. >> yeah, but it's brilliant. >> jimmy: probably a birthday cake. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: and this is the last one here. this is great. "drinking a coffee cup of wine in the shower." that's really depressing. >> that one's actually happened. that one happened. >> jimmy: that one's big time reality. that's based on reality. >> absolutely. nothing like a warm cup of wine in the shower. >> jimmy: you don't like twitter. you don't like technology, don't you? >> no, i don't have any of that crap. no, it makes no sense to me. >> jimmy: you really don't. >> no, i really don't. i don't like it at all. it freaks me out. i have a blackberry. evidently not for much longer, i have a blackberry. >> jimmy: oh, no. i heard -- yeah, right? >> who's gonna buy them? somebody's gonna buy them. >> jimmy: they're going out of business or something. >> maybe i should buy them. >> jimmy: my wife does only blackberry. she's afraid -- >> oh, she does? that's good. >> jimmy: yeah, so it's you and her keeping the business alive. texting each other, yeah.
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but, i mean, is it the keyboard that you like? >> yeah, it's the keyboard. >> jimmy: the keyboard, yeah. >> but it all freaks me out. i don't like -- i don't like the idea that everybody's got a camera. i don't like the idea i have a camera. i feel like they must be filming me all the time. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: it's weird, yeah. it's odd, yeah. when you think about it, yeah. >> i feel like i'm constantly being monitored. i don't like that. >> jimmy: no, i don't like that, yeah. >> i've got sad paul giamatti already revealing all my secrets. >> jimmy: you've got enough photos there. >> everybody knows enough about me. the cheetos and the crying. >> jimmy: well, there's so much we got to get to. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: i'm so excited for you. you have, like, four huge movies coming out. >> too many movies. >> jimmy: i mean, congratulations. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: you're great at what you do. >> oh, thanks. yeah, thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: giant body of work. well, what was your -- what was your -- do you remember your first paid gig? >> it's hard for me. it's all a blur back there in the late '80s and early '90s. >> jimmy: is it really? >> yeah. i think it was a play. i think it was a play. i think it was -- a lot of people were naked. it was a kind of hippie theater. >> jimmy: was it, like, "hair" or something? >> a little bit like "hair." there was a lot of hair. >> jimmy: lot of hair. good for you, yeah, yeah. >> there was a lot of hair. especially -- especially coming from me. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. i got you, yeah.
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>> i think i played a crippled or legless monk. i was naked. >> jimmy: wait. a naked, legless monk? >> naked, legless monk. and it was an opera. and so people were singing. >> jimmy: who -- who would go see a show like that? >> and there was a cat on stage, actually, at one point. and i think i got paid $60. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. that's pretty awesome right there. a naked, legless monk. >> yeah, it was hippie theater. >> jimmy: now, how did you -- how did you play a legless monk? >> you crawl on the floor, man. that's all you do. >> jimmy: i know, but are you legs under -- >> yeah, they're -- no, no, no. i wasn't -- i guess i wasn't legless. i guess they were, like, wizard or something. so i had them kind of, like, up -- i was kind of doing this. i was kind of doing this. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> what's up? >> jimmy: and the tony goes to -- yeah. totally naked the whole time, by the way. >> naked. >> jimmy: yeah. >> naked. >> jimmy: that sounds -- yeah. >> on a rug. rug burn. >> jimmy: a little rug burns. yeah, not good, yeah. they should've sanded the stage that day, yeah. >> absolutely. waxed it at least, yeah. >> jimmy: but then you got your big break -- >> i did. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness.
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in cameron crowe's "singles." >> oh, yes. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. now, that -- what was that like? >> that was giant role. huge role. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i had one word. >> jimmy: yes. >> yeah. >> and i think i also got paid $60. i had one word. >> jimmy: what was your word? >> what. [ laughter ] i had one word. and i was supposed to be making out with a woman in a bar. and so -- >> jimmy: that's fun, though. >> yeah, no. i was -- i was looking forward to that. and then they were, like, hey, we'll hire your girlfriend, too. so i was, like, really? i don't get, like, a hot extra to make out with? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i have to make out with my -- >> jimmy: free pass, yeah, yeah. >> right. sad paul giamatti. got paid to make out with my girlfriend. >> jimmy: but yeah. so you made out -- so you made out with her, and you said the word what. >> what. this was huge for me, man. >> jimmy: of course. >> it was huge. >> jimmy: of course, yeah. >> on a giant scale or something. >> jimmy: we have the -- we have the whole performance. >> oh, really? >> jimmy: that we're gonna so tonight. this is very -- quest, can i get a drum roll? this is -- [ drum roll ] a clip. here it is. the whole role. paul giamatti in cameron crowe's "singles." take a look.
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>> what? >> jimmy: there you go. oh, my gosh. ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: amazing right there. amazing. more with paul giamatti when we get back, everybody. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ -really! -is it really??? -no way!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. we're hanging out with my man paul giamatti. [ cheers and applause ] we love you, buddy. yeah. "parkland" is the movie.
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this is about the kennedy assassination. >> yes, it is. >> jimmy: you play zapruder, right? >> i play abraham zapruder, who's the guy who took the film. the 28 seconds of film. >> jimmy: of kennedy -- >> of kennedy getting shot. and the amazing thing is that he took it -- >> jimmy: did he just make a home movie? >> yeah, he just had a -- yeah. but the cutting edge technology was the super 8 camera. and so he took it. and there was only one guy in all of dallas that day who knew how to develop it. and there was a one in four chance that they would screw it up. that's how cutting edge and crazy -- >> jimmy: famous, famous -- >> yeah, no. it was the first thing -- kind of viral. you know what i mean. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, now, what you were saying -- everyone has a camera. it would be almost weird to have people not videotape stuff. >> right, yeah. >> jimmy: of any event. >> boring. it would be, like -- >> jimmy: yeah, everyone has -- everyone -- if you go see a concert now -- have you been to a concert recently? >> no, i never go to concerts. >> jimmy: no, of course not. you're anti-technology and anti-people. yeah, it's great. but you go to a concert now, it's just with phones up and ipads up. i can't even see.
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>> you're watching it -- >> jimmy: like, i gotta get this -- like, you're really the only one taping "piano man" right now. >> right, they're filming the jumbotron, which is the screen -- >> jimmy: just enjoy the concert. >> right, i know. >> jimmy: so, you play zapruder, and is it the whole story about -- >> it's about different people that day and for the few days afterwards who got pulled into it. and they were just innocent bystanders. and so it's about that perspective on the whole thing. >> jimmy: what is parkland? >> that's the hospital where his body was taken. and kind of the centerpiece of the movie is these doctors, who were these young guys on call, and they bring the president in, you know? and they don't know. they're these young interns sitting there. and they were the guys who had to try to save him. so it's intense. >> jimmy: yeah. well, we have a clip. here's paul giamatti in "parkland." take a look at this. >> the first one right here? >> yes. >> were you filming before the president was shot? sir, were you filming before the president was shot? >> yeah. >> so you were standing on top of this, sir? is that right? couldn't be more than 30 yards away.
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sir, will you allow me to take that film in my possession? right now, there are people out there that are ready to start a war. the film in that camera is the only way we have to know what happened out here today. do you understand that? it's a matter of national security. >> let me think. >> sir, i'm no longer asking. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: transform yourself. paul giamatti. "parkland" is in theaters on friday. anthony mackie joins us next. there he is in the bud light platinum suite. anthony mackie! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ go! it's back. olive garden's buy one take one. go for dinner tonight and take home a second entrée for later. all for just $12.99. choose one of five favorites like smoked mozzarella chicken. then choose another favorite to take home. like new mezzaluna ravioli. go for dinner tonight, and take home a second entree. buy one, take one, just $12.99.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. welcome back to "late night." we have guest announcer, horatio sanz, once again, everybody, right there. [ cheers and applause ] >> god bless. >> jimmy: are you enjoying -- are you enjoying the announcing? >> yeah, you know, i'm really, like, pumped for it. >> jimmy: yeah, you seem excited. >> yeah, i'm very excited, and i've come up with some phrases that maybe i can use. >> jimmy: like a "hey-oh!" >> yeah. >> jimmy: like, a catch phrase
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you want to try as an announcer. >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you want to try a few and see if we like it? >> yeah, mind if i try a couple? yeah. >> jimmy: let's see if the audience enjoys it. go. first one -- >> he let the dogs out! >> audience: who! who, who, who, who, who! >> jimmy: they added a couple extra whos. like, who, who. no, seriously, who? >> no, they gotta say he. >> jimmy: yeah, they said, he. oh, yeah, you did say he. yeah, he. >> he! >> jimmy: yeah, he let the dogs out. yeah, he. that's pretty good. >> then everyone says, "jimmy, jimmy, jimmy!" >> jimmy: all right, good. okay. so, what other ones we got? i don't know if that one's going to work. >> i got a -- all right jimmy, keep them separated. [ laughter ] you know? like that song? keep them separated. >> jimmy: no, that's not really a top ten song right now. >> well, there's another one i have. i know you don't like that one. how about -- o.j. was innocent! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, no. no, i don't -- no, see, i think -- let's go back to the drawing board. do you have one more? >> okay, i have one more. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you can't touch this. my penis! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, all right. that's enough. that's -- we got to work on that. we'll work on that backstage. >> thank you.
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>> jimmy: our next guest this evening rose to fame with his performance in "the hurt locker." gosh, we love him. he's worked nonstop ever since. this friday, you can see him opposite ben affleck and justin timberlake in a big new movie called "runner, runner." please welcome back to the show a talented man. say hello to anthony mackie! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: pound it! >> come on now! i got my drink. all right, okay? you got my drink. got my cup. got my whiskey. you don't know about that, huh? yeah, everyone know about that. ♪
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♪ i came out to have a good time yeah ♪ that's my jam! ♪ got my money got my whiskey tonight is about to get real tipsy ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> this is nice, man. >> jimmy: anthony mackie. >> got your own little latino ed mcmahon. >> jimmy: we have latino -- >> that's when you know you blowing up. that's when you know you blowing up. [ speaking spanish ] we had a crazy night together. you don't remember. it was on seventh avenue, that little bar on the corner. you remember? nah, you don't remember. it was crazy. woo! >> jimmy: yeah, it was good, yeah. >> jimmy: oh, we had a couple fun nights. >> remember 2008, dog? 2008 was the year. we hung out a lot in 2008. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> those were good times. >> jimmy: do you remember any of those -- >> no, i got in a jet-ski accident and forgot everything. i forgot everything from 2008. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not what happened at all. when does the big superhero movie come out for you? >> uh, "captain america 2."
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i play the falcon. first african-american super hero. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> that's what i'm talking about, baby. >> jimmy: i'm so excited. ♪ i'm so excited about that. >> that comes out, i think, in april. they don't really tell you. >> jimmy: the falcon. i mean, that's pretty cool. >> marvel just call you two weeks earlier and be, like, "yo, i need you in l.a. in 14 days." "i'm working." "it's marvel." i'll be there. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. what time? i go, yeah. >> that's kind of how i do it. that's kind of how i do it. >> jimmy: but you do giant movies like that. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: and then you do smaller independent movies that are fun. like, this one's called "the inevitable defeat of mister and pete." >> yeah. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: tell me about that. >> it's an amazing little movie, you know? i feel like we never really understand the trials and tribulations that go into being a child in this day and age of technology and everything that they have in front of them. and this movie's about two kids, you know, growing up without proper parenting and how they maneuver through day-to-day life and just trying to survive. and george tillman, the director, who did "soul food," "notorious" -- i called him, and he was, like, "man, i got this script.
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you know, i want you to do a small role in it." and i read it, and i was, like, dude, i'll do two scenes in this movie. because it's more important for us to understand kids than for kids to understand us. you know? [ applause ] and this movie is two amazing young actors, and they just blow up on the scene. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, man. >> jimmy: and i got to say -- you've got an awesome beard in this movie. >> oh, freeway! >> jimmy: i mean, come on. look at that. that's like -- that's like -- that's like black dynasty. >> that's what we do. look at my arms, kid. look at my arms. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness gracious. >> yo! i'm doing 225 10 reps. that's man weight. >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> that's man weight. >> jimmy: man weight. >> you get under 225 -- woo! man weight. >> jimmy: yeah, save the drama for your mama. >> right? you get under that 225, yeah. >> jimmy: then you're in "runner, runner" -- >> yes, yes. >> -- with two human beings that i'm familiar with, ben affleck and justin timberlake. >> justin timberlake, yeah.
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[ cheers and applause ] i never knew justin timberlake was justin timberlake until i hung out with justin timberlake. >> jimmy: yeah, he's -- >> like, we had a premiere in vegas, and it was at the planet hollywood. and they're, like, oh, we're just gonna walk you out and say hello to everybody. so i made the mistake of being, like, oh, i'm going to walk out behind justin. i don't think anybody knew i was there. [ laughter ] anybody. i was walking out, and there was, like, this pretty black chick. and i was, like, of course she's gonna say hello. and i was, like, hey. she went, "justin!" >> jimmy: pushed you out of the way. >> yo. >> jimmy: yeah. >> heisman in the face. >> jimmy: justin, ben -- they have hard lives. >> i mean, the luckiest dudes in the world. ben -- ben is -- this is ben's life. i'm going to write my first movie, and i'm gonna win an oscar for it. then i'm gonna do movies, do well, marry a stupidly rich and attractive woman. then i'm gonna stop acting, win a few poker tournaments, which is impossible to do. then i'm gonna direct a movie. oh, and both of them be
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nominated for oscars. maybe i'll go back to acting. wow, you want me to be batman? [ cheers and applause ] i don't know. i don't know. >> jimmy: i don't know, yeah. >> and then justin is, like, oh, you know, i'm making movies. i'm making -- oh, i'm a scratch golfer. i'm gonna just buy a golf course. oh, that's crazy. why would i do that? wait a minute. i'm gonna release an album with jay z. [ cheers and applause ] oh, let's go on tour. 100 cities. oh, number one album. oh, number one tour. you know what? i'm going to release a double album. oh, it's platinum. wow, i have a movie coming out. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, i know. just silly. silly. >> then there's anthony mackie. damn, i didn't get nobody's number when we were shooting this movie. [ sad tuba ] [ applause ] but i have you, jimmy. i have you. >> jimmy: you have me. i'm always there for you, buddy. >> you're my new rich friend. >> jimmy: i love you. you know i love you. i love you so much. >> i love you. so beautiful. >> jimmy: he calls me mr. jefferson. >> oh, yeah!
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>> jimmy: because i'm moving on up to "the tonight show." >> woo! oh, you're so much fun. >> jimmy: oh, i love you. >> you're great. >> jimmy: "runner, runner." >> yes, yes. yes, that's why i'm here. >> jimmy: you get to beat up justin timberlake in the movie. you get to beat him up in the movie. >> yeah. so, you know, my thing is, these dudes -- when i read the script, i played this -- it was a nice fbi agent. and i'm, like, yo, these dudes have great lives. i don't, you know? so i would take the job so i get to smack him around a little bit. literally, in the movie, i just slap the hell out of justin the whole movie. >> jimmy: fantastic. >> that's when my scene with ben, i tried to smack up ben, and i realized he was 6'4." >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, he's a big dude. >> i was, like, i'm gonna just grab you by your shoulders and shake you really hard. >> jimmy: congratulations on the oscar. so, if you want guys want to see justin get smacked around, we have a clip right here. anthony mackie and justin timberlake. >> 225. man weight. man weight. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's not called "man weight." the name of the movie is
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"runner, runner." "man weight" is a different movie. yeah. >> man weight. >> jimmy: here's a clip. "runner, runner" is in theaters friday. check it out. be careful. be careful. >> shavers. and you work for me now. >> hey, man, can we just back up for a second here? >> don't play me for stupid. now, if you were my guy, i could make it all go away. wipe the slate clean. but if the sun comes up tomorrow and you're still here and you're not my guy, you can forget about working on wall street or any legitimate casino. see, i could stand here and say i'm doing it because it's my job, but the truth is i'm doing it because i enjoy it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: go see anthony mackie, justin timberlake and ben affleck in "runner, runner," in theaters this weekend. ms mr performs after the break. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ have hail damage to both their cars. ted ted is trying to get a hold of his insurance agent.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests have a hit on their hands with the song, "hurricanes" from their debut album "secondhand rapture." here to perform is please welcome, ms mr! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ didn't know what this would be but i knew i didn't see what you thought ♪ ♪ you saw in me i jumped the gun so sure you'd split and run ready for the worst ♪ ♪ before the damage was done ♪ ♪ ♪ the storm never came or it never was didn't know getting lost in the blue ♪ ♪ it meant i wound up losing you
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welcome to the inner workings of my mind ♪ ♪ so dark and foul i can't disguise can't disguise nights like this ♪ ♪ i become afraid of the darkness in my heart hurricane ♪ ♪ what's wrong with me why not understand and see i never saw ♪ ♪ what you saw in me keep my eyes open my lips sealed my heart closed ♪ ♪ and my ears peeled welcome to the inner workings of my mind so dark and ♪
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♪ foul i can't disguise can't disguise nights like this i become afraid ♪ ♪ of the darkness in my heart hurricane make ash and ♪ ♪ leave the dust behind lady diamond in the sky wild light glowing bright ♪ ♪ to guide me when i fall i fall on tragedy welcome to the inner ♪
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♪ workings of my mind so dark and foul i can't i can't i can't i can't disguise ♪ ♪ nights like this i become afraid of the darkness in my heart ♪ ♪ hurricane [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey. awesome, buddy. awesome. thank you so much. that sounded great. ms mr. see them live this weekend at the austin city limits festival in austin, texas. we'll be right back, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to paul giamatti, anthony mackie, ms mr. [ cheers and applause ] horatio sans, right there, and the greatest band in late night, the roots! stay tuned for "carson daly." thank you for watching. have a great night! hope to see you tomorrow! thank you, bye-bye! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> carson: i'm carson daly. welcome to "last call" from the redbury hotel in the heart of hollywood. buckle in, we got an awesome show for you. tonight, we are going to spotlight an incredibly young and talented new rock band that goes by the name the indecent. stick around for their story.
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in our music slot, it's big black delta from cedar street courtyard in texas. but first, we welcome and american icon to the show. in 1969, he became the second person to ever set foot on the moon. in 2013, he's making the case for mars in his new book, "mission to mars: my vision for space exploration." from the wellesbourne in l.a., here's the one and only buzz aldrin. ♪ >> carson: for my generation, it's like what happened? i mean, a space race was what it was -- >> yeah. >> carson: and it was exciting. and now, what's exciting is a guy in red bull suit jumping out in lunar mission control sponsored by a company -- >> somebody asked me what i thought about this guy jumping out of a balloon, and i said, that's a giant leap for red bull. [ laughter ] >> carson: that's a good line. ♪ well, i want to start off -- dr. aldrin, by saying thank you for your service. 66 missions in korea. of course your continued service in the space program.
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>> right. >> carson: thank you for that. and it's great to sit across from you. i appreciate it. here's the book, buzz aldrin, "mission to mars." how do you sum up your unified space vision? it feels like a comprehensive plan that you've laid out. you've got some real sharp ideas. >> it's an opportunity for bringing together people. and make an international base on the moon. that we play a major role in bringing together. >> carson: right. >> and then we set up a transportation system of cycling orbits between earth and mars. we prepare the base on mars. when it's prepared, then the people start going there. every two and half years. >> carson: why mars. >> because it's really the only other place in the solar system that is within reach. >> carson: how many moon trips would it be to get to mars? >> all right. now we need to get down to the speed of light. >> carson: oh, okay. forget it. >> no, no. this is a very useful measurement. >> carson: okay. >> from the sun to the earth is eight and a half minutes. now, the moon is a second and
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half away. >> carson: mars? >> mars, if it's on the same side as the earth, from the sun, four minutes. ♪ >> carson: 1903 the wright brothers. >> yep. >> carson: 66 years later, you and neil armstrong are on the moon in '69. in the 44 years since, where have we gone? >> well, we did an awful lot to be able to do the lunar program. now, since that time, we've been, sort of, riding on the use of earlier rockets. the mercury program used icbm -- the atlas. the gemini program used a titan ii. then the apollo program used the saturn v. it put up a skylab and it became a space station that we visited three times. 28, 56, and 82 -- 84 days. ♪ >> carson: richard branson's got the virgin program to get civilians in space. >> yeah, but not. see, you say the same thing he does. in space.

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