tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC August 17, 2010 11:35pm-12:35am PST
[ cheers and applause ] [ 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: oh, that's a crowd right there. i love you guys. thank you very, very much. yeah, right. welcome. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. let's get right to the news. let's get right to the news here. thank you. president obama and his family are going on vacation in the gulf coast next month. yeah. of course, the gulf coast is a lovely place to sit back and relax. just ask bp. [ laughter ] they'll tell you. they'll tell you. here's some business news. starbucks profits went up 37% in the third quarter of this year. they say they owe the increase to their new strategy of opening a starbucks inside an existing starbucks. [ laughter ] it's a new weird thing. i just read about this new application on your phone that lets you connect to a car dealership, and you can buy a car from your iphone. [ cheers ]
and you thought it was bad when you accidentally butt-dialed your ex-girlfriend. [ laughter ] it's like, "crap, i just bought a bmw! what the -- my gosh!" [ cheers and applause ] isn't that cool? an iphone app to buy a car. that seems like a great idea during the day and a terrible idea at 3:00 a.m. when you're wasted. "hell, yeah, i want a yellow altima with racing stripes." [ laughter ] "when can i get it? it's not texting me back." tim gunn from "project runway" sat next to michelle obama during a luncheon at the white house yesterday. it was going pretty well until he looked at michelle's dress and said -- [ tim gunn impression ] "this worries me." [ laughter ] "make it work." check this out. parents in georgia want a middle school to ban t-ball after a
14-year-old boy hurt his shoulder in gym class. in a statement, the parents said, "school should be a place where kids can learn and safely grow up into wussies." [ laughter ] that's right, parents want a middle school to ban t-ball 'cause a 14-year-old boy hurt his shoulder. i don't know what makes you more of a nerd -- wanting to ban t-ball, or still playing tee ball when you're 14. [ laughter ] who does that? [ cheers and applause ] who plays t-ball that old? "am i up to bat? i got to shave first." [ laughter ] too old to play t-ball. listen to this. yesterday, arnold schwarzenegger said that while bp contained its oil well, no one has figured out how to contain mel gibson. [ laughter ] since when did arnold schwarzenegger become a stand-up comedian? it's like -- "seriously, if they want something that's good at plugging holes, they should talk to tiger woods. am i right?" [ cheers and applause ] "is this thing on? is this thing working? come on!" get this. yesterday in france, there were
no injuries when a passenger train hit a truck full of shampoo. [ laughter ] however, some of the passengers are believed to be in critical conditioner. [ laughter ] "is this thing on? is this thing working?" [ cheers and applause ] steve, give me that. steve, give me it. can i have that? [ cheers ] okay. here you go. how are you? there you go. awesome. take care. critical conditioner. i apologize for that joke. i -- i liked it 20 minutes ago and then -- i still kind of like it, but you guys can do something good with it. "is this thing on? is this thing working?" what else is going on in the news? and finally, two more massage therapists are coming forward and accusing al gore of sexual misconduct.
one woman said that gore stood naked in front of her, pointed south and said "take care of this." [ laughter ] even bill clinton was like -- [ as clinton ] "the student has surpassed the master." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show! give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: all right! that's doyle bramhall ii, singing with the roots right there. hey, buddy! [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much, pal. we'll see you later, performing with sheryl, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: thank you so much for being here. i appreciate it. we got such a great show
tonight. i mean, this is an amazing show when you think of this line-up tonight. from "entourage," a great actor and great guy all-around, kevin connolly is here! [ cheers and applause ] fantastic. you know her as joan on the hit show "mad men." the beautiful christina hendricks is joining us as well. [ cheers and applause ] and as we just mentioned, we got some great, great music from the one and only, sheryl crow is here! [ cheers and applause ] great show. so excited. so hot. all right, guys. today is thursday, which means it's time to "remix the clips." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is where we take stuff we found on the internet and tv -- stuff that's funny, weird or interesting -- and have questlove remix it. he does it live, and it's always amazing. so there. thanks, quest. he's getting ready right now. so our first clip is a sound bite that had a lot of people talking this week. sarah palin was on sean hannity's show, and they were talking about the president. and at one point, she comes up
with a word that may not exist. [ laughter ] >> and the president and his wife, you know, the first lady, spoke at naacp so recently, they have power in their words. they could refudiate what it is that this group is saying. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry? refudiate? that's hillarative. [ laughter ] this next clip is totally bizarre. it's this guy in spain having an argument with a goat. watch this. [ speaking spanish ] [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what's going on? i love that one. this next clip is of our friend,
our good friend, whoopi goldberg, from earlier this week, on "the view." i don't know if you guys saw this. but a lot of people know whoopee is really afraid to fly, so every time she gets on a plane, she has to take tons of medication to keep her cool. so, she's just coming back from a trip and goes on "the view," and i don't think the medication had worn off. [ laughter ] check it out. >> it was an insanely huge party, and i just got back and -- >> did you party too much, whoopi? >> well, i -- i may have partied too much. but you know i have to fly drugged. >> oh, that's right. >> so, i'm still slightly drugged. [ laughter ] and i'm sure somewhere in me, i'm still partying. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she's so fun. i love whoopi goldberg. she's fun to party with. this last one is great. i love this one. it's a local news anchor from -- where are they from? do you know? we got to find out where exactly they're from.
>> steve: america. >> jimmy: america. thank you, higgins. [ cheers and applause ] some town. it's hilarious. a local news anchor is introducing a story, and she gets one very important detail wrong. just watch. >> right after the break, we're gonna interview erik weihenmayer, who climbed the highest mountain in the world, mt. everest, but -- he's gay -- i mean, he's gay, excuse me -- he's blind. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's gay. no, no. sorry. almost. no, he's not gay. he's blind. [ laughter ] he's a blind man, he's not a gay man. anyways, all right, those are the clips we have today. questlove, let's see what you can do, buddy. [ cheers and applause ] [ record scratching ] >> they have power in their words. ♪ they could refudiate what it is that this -- they could refudiate what it is that this -- they could -- ♪
they could refudiate what it is that this -- they could -- they could refudiate what it is that this -- ♪ >> somewhere in me, i'm still partying. somewhere in me, i'm still -- somewhere in me, i'm still -- somewhere in me, i'm still -- >> gay. gay. gay. >> somewhere in me, i'm still -- >> gay. gay. gay. gay. >> somewhere in me, i'm still -- >> gay. >> i mean, he's gay -- excuse me, he's blind. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: give it up for questlove, right here. quest, great job, man. we'll be right back with more "late night," everybody. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ here, take the card. you go to the shops... i'll meet you at the gate. thanks. please remove all metal objects out of your pockets.
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what's on the schedule for today? >> jimmy: welcome back to the show, and thank you so much for watching our show at home. we're getting super excited about the emmys around here, you guys. i don't know if you guys know this, but i'm actually hosting the 62nd primetime emmy awards on august 29th. [ cheers and applause ] very excited. it's gonna be a fun night. very, very excited about that. of course, one of the best parts of the emmys or any award show is that moment that the envelope is opened and you find out who won. now, most people will never get a chance to know what that feels like until now. because it's time to play a new game called "and the winner is."
♪ and the winner is ♪ >> announcer: here to present the nominees in the category of "winner" are jimmy fallon from "late night with jimmy fallon" and steve higgins, from "late night with jimmy fallon." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, steve. you must be so tired from staying up late every night. you must need an ambien to go to sleep. >> steve: actually, i just listen to your monologue. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the rules of this game are simple. we nominate three people from our ought audience in the category of "winner." >> steve: and after a really long drum roll, we announce who the winner is. >> jimmy: they then have five seconds to give an acceptance speech before being played off the stage. higgins, who are tonight's nominees? >> steve: tonight's nominees are, "joy landware" from brooklyn, massachusetts. [ applause ] "blake benefield" from
indianapolis, indiana. [ applause ] and "sarah strong" from richmond, virginia. [ applause ] >> jimmy: very exciting. >> steve: i think she's from brookline. i said brooklyn. >> jimmy: yeah, brookline. very good, very exciting. we can edit this all out. >> can we? >> jimmy: no. [ laughter ] very exciting. even more exciting when you realize that whoever wins here tonight will be celebrating with an all-expense paid trip to costa rica. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: oh, that's right, jimmy. tonight's winner and a guest will fly first class on american airlines and spend five days basking in the luxury of a king bungalow oceanfront suite at the all-inclusive hilton papagayo costa rica resort and spa in beautiful guanacaste, costa rica. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know, each one of our nominees has worked so hard, and each one deserves this amazing prize. but, of course, there can only be one winner.
and now it's time to find out who it will be. may i have the envelope, please? thank you. >> steve: it's exciting. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and the winner is -- [ drum roll ] [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] and the winner is -- contestant number one, joy landware! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: this is joy landware's first "late night" award and her first nomination. she'll be taking home the trip to costa rica, valued at over $6,000. >> thank you.
>> jimmy: congratulations. there's your prize, right there. congratulations. now please, go ahead and give your acceptance speech. >> um, i would like to thank all the wonderful people that made it possible for me to come to new york today to accept the award, including my adviser -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's all the time we have for "and the winner is." congratulations to joy landware for a big win. we'll be right back with kevin connolly. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ pepsi max, please.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love that. on the commercial break, we had to tell her that that was a real prize. she was like, "wait, this is real? i thought it was a joke." i was like, "no, you're really going." yeah, thanks to hilton and american airlines. [ cheers and applause ] have fun. have fun.
that guy's clearly going with you, right? because he's really excited. he's really excited. oh, very good. hey, watch it. watch it. [ laughter ] i thought it was the other one. i was like, "whoa, hey!" all right, everybody, here we go. our the first guest is one of the stars of "entourage," which just began its seventh hit season on hbo. put it together for our pal kevin connolly. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. thank you for coming back, my friend. always good to see you. you don't do that much press for -- you haven't been doing much press for this -- >> yeah, i -- just you, basically. you and regis. >> jimmy: hey, thank you!
>> well, i'm comfortable with you. we're friends, so it's more comfortable. >> jimmy: regis loves you. >> yeah, i love regis. regis and i are like best friends. >> jimmy: you're best pals? [ as regis ] "i love kevin connolly! he's the best!" he wouldn't let you get a word in edgewise. he loves you. i love you too. >> he wanted to cut kelly right out of the interview too. he was like leaning, yeah. he's like -- you know. it was a guy-to-guy interview. it was fun, though. >> jimmy: uh, seven -- seventh season? >> crazy, right? >> jimmy: bonkers. >> i know. >> jimmy: dude, this is fantastic. >> listen, as an actor, anytime you have a job -- [ cheers and applause ] -- at all is a miracle. but for seven years and -- you know, next year is gonna be our last year though, so -- >> jimmy: definitely? [ audience aws ] >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: eight seasons? >> eight seasons. >> jimmy: and then you're finished? >> and we're probably gonna fall short of 100. just short of 100 episodes, which is crazy to me. >> jimmy: like what? like 90 -- >> like 98 or 90. >> jimmy: can't you do a christmas special? [ laughter ] >> listen. >> jimmy: two-part? >> i honestly would. if we don't -- i mean, there's just got to be a way. >> jimmy: you've got to do it. >> i mean, i would do two episodes for free. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: just to get to 100 would be amazing. >> you have a look like you don't believe me that i would do it. do you not believe that i would do it? >> jimmy: well, of course you
would do it. gosh, of all people -- >> i would, i would. >> jimmy: yeah, you'd make everyone do it. >> yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: yeah. and what if you just kept the show going and there was, like, 500 -- >> that would be fantastic. >> jimmy: what would the 500th episode be? >> what would it be? everybody divorced a few times. >> jimmy: yeah. but i know you directed an episode. >> i did. >> jimmy: you're a director as well. >> yes. >> jimmy: a lot of people don't know this. >> right. i directed an episode this season, and it's episode nine, so -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: number nine? >> number nine. >> jimmy: number nine -- >> that would be 91? whatever. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, i can't do the math. but episode number nine. and there's a crazy -- there's a sex scene in here with adrian -- >> adrian, yeah. and vince. [ audience oohs ] but it's also -- sasha grey, who is a real, live adult film star. >> jimmy: wait, who is this? >> sasha grey. >> jimmy: sasha grey. oh, wait, i've heard of that. sasha grey. [ laughter ] i've heard about it from my friend. >> right, exactly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, no, no, no, she's famous because -- >> she's very -- >> jimmy: steven soderbergh put her in a movie, right? >> "the girlfriend experience," yeah. >> jimmy: like an actual. he hired her as an actor, yeah. >> as an actor.
and she was, you know, excellent and doug ellin, our boss, saw it and she -- she's in, like, five or six episodes. she plays vince's girlfriend, vince's love interest. >> jimmy: and she's a porn star. >> oh, she's a real -- she's a real adult -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: adult. >> adult film star. >> jimmy: all right, don't say porn. >> no, no, i don't know if that's their proper -- i don't know what the etiquette is. i just say adult films. >> jimmy: yeah, and she's a famous one. >> she's, like, the biggest. [ laughter ] she's, like, won those -- she clean-sweeped the awards. like, the award show. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? the awards? >> yeah, the showtime, the showtime avn, the adult -- have you not seen that? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no. >> again. >> jimmy: my friend told me about it. my friend must have told me about it. but no -- she swept all the awards? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that must be fun directing a sex scene with her. >> well, yeah, it was weird because i -- when i got the script, i obviously -- was the first one to get the script, and i said to them, "all right" -- and i was actually dead serious. i was like, "all right, guys. got a racy scene coming up." and she was like, "racy?" and i was like, "well, maybe not so much racy for you." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, for you but for
me. >> it was about as racy as i've gotten behind a camera. >> jimmy: draw me a picture of what you think racy is. [ laughter ] all right. that is definitely -- we're not doing that scene. good lord! we are not doing that. oh, my god. yeah, that's pretty. it must be -- >> but it was fun. but it was strangely -- you know, you think that just because she's an adult film star -- but it's still awkward. it's weird. i'm very conservative, also. >> jimmy: yeah, well, so am i. me too. i'm very conservative. very -- i'm very prudish and sensitive when it comes to that. but you -- >> it's not something i was like very excited, to put it that way. i was happier when that scene was over. >> jimmy: yeah, really, just got it out of the way. >> i was like, "let's just get this done." >> jimmy: irish catholic upbringing? >> yes, exactly, exactly. and it was in a bathroom and the whole bit. >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> yeah. racy. >> jimmy: there's rumors of an entourage movie. is this true? >> i -- it's out there. >> jimmy: yeah, it is out there. >> it is out there. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you should direct it. >> i'm throwing my hat into the ring. i would like to -- i want to be considered. >> jimmy: you want to direct?
>> i want to direct the movie. >> jimmy: you have to do it. "sex and the city." that worked. >> yes, well, listen. "sex and the city." i tell you -- i never thought i'd be so happy to see "sex and the city" be -- when that movie came out and did well, it sort of opened the door for us. so we'll probably do a movie. but i want us to start this rumor that i am the front-runner to direct it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you want to start it right now? >> let's start it right now. >> jimmy: let's start a rumor that you are gonna direct the "entourage" movie. >> like you heard that i'm directing -- >> jimmy: yeah, we overheard -- yeah. get on your blogs and just -- [ laughter ] this is a rumor. the other thing i want to talk to you about -- i'm very excited about this. you just bought a piece of a restaurant. >> yeah, siro's in saratoga. >> jimmy: dude, it's so famous, i can't believe it. >> yeah, i -- you know, i've never been. i've never been. [ laughter ] which is ridiculous, i know. >> jimmy: you invested in a restaurant, and you've never been to it? >> no, no. >> jimmy: it is -- honestly, it's a legendary place. you go to the racetrack, you have to go to -- if you're lucky enough to get reservations, you go to siro's. >> right, siro's is the spot. >> jimmy: it's the best. i've been there. i've signed the wall. >> oh, you did? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm gonna have to see about that. i'm gonna look into that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry about the paint
job. first things first. >> i want to look at other signatures. see, i have no idea what -- >> jimmy: signatures in the kitchen, yeah. you gotta name a drink after me or something. >> i will -- i will name a drink a drink after you. can we talk? what do you think? got any ideas? 'cause you've been there. you're, like, a regular -- not a regular. >> jimmy: every time i go to -- it's a fantastic restaurant. >> it's, like, the spot. can you think of what else that'd be like -- what would that be like -- >> jimmy: the bad gambler, the guy who loses money at the track. >> yeah, i'm excited. i gonna try to go this weekend. i don't know if i'm gonna be able to make it but -- >> jimmy: what made you get into -- >> well, my business manager put a few of his clients together and -- >> jimmy: your business manager told you to do this? he must be awful. [ laughter ] you're gonna lose money on this. >> a terrible investment, right? but siro's is not. >> jimmy: siro's is a legendary place. >> siro's is a home run. it's been open 30 years. >> jimmy: it's only open in the summertime. >> i'm gonna change all that. >> jimmy: really? >> i want to change all that. it's my first order of business. it's only open for six weeks, which is weird to me. >> jimmy: i invested in a restaurant, and it went out of business. >> it's terrible, right? it's a terrible investment. >> jimmy: a really bad investment. and then, worse, when i bought a
horse. a piece of a horse. [ laughter ] the front half. no, no, but seriously, i bought i a racehorse. >> that's the worst. >> jimmy: m.c. hammer will tell you. everyone will tell you don't buy a horse. [ laughter ] so, wait, here's the deal. this guy is my -- "dude, i know you like horseracing. do you want to buy a horse?" i go, "absolutely, sure." i invest money. i call my business manager, he goes, "this is awful." [ laughter ] "don't do it." i go "come on, man." so i buy a piece of this horse, and i go, "i can't wait to name it, like 'sea warrior' or something like that." [ laughter ] yeah, the guy goes, "oh, you can't name horses. they're named by the sire." and i go, "well, what's the name of our horse?" he goes, "poco bueno." and i go -- [ laughter ] >> a little bit good? >> jimmy: it means a little bit good, yeah. i go, "a little bit good? where's 'mucho bueno'? who bought that? i want 'mucho bueno.'" [ cheers and applause ] >> it stays the same. >> jimmy: no, he's hosting a show on the animal planet. unbelievable. more when we come back with kevin connolly, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ quinn ] my name is quinn,
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trying to shoot the random objects on this table into that basketball hoop right behind us. and we'll keep a score on screen. the objects that kevin and i are shooting today are -- a long island iced tea. [ cheers and applause ] you're from long island? >> i'm from long island. >> jimmy: very good. we have a super soaker over here. [ cheers and applause ] we have a whole pizza. [ cheers and applause ] because you're in the restaurant business. that's why. a bowl of super bouncy balls. [ cheers and applause ] and -- this is a money ball. >> the money ball? >> jimmy: a table fan with cords. that's so hot. that's worth two points. worth two points. all right, are you ready to go? >> now, who shoots first? me or you? >> jimmy: the guest. >> where's the line? >> jimmy: the line's right here. >> okay. >> jimmy: all right, here we go. all right, roots? ♪ ready? here we go. you can drink that. that's real. >> i'm gonna take one sip because i'm from long island. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: do we have a replay of
that? what does the audience say, yes? [ cheers and applause ] no! replay says no, that is not a point. [ buzzer ] [ boos ] oh! all right, super soaker. >> now, does this actually go in? will this actually -- >> jimmy: i don't know -- it works. [ audience ohs ] [ cheers and applause ] [ audience ohs ] that's embarrassing. i'm sorry. >> that was terrible. that was terrible. okay, so do i -- can i take it out of the box?
>> jimmy: yeah. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] come on! [ audience ohs ] [ cheers and applause ] >> you've done that pizza one before. you had a good -- >> jimmy: i had a good pull on that. all right, super bouncy ball. >> now -- there's no score. the bowl has to go in, right? >> jimmy: yeah. [ audience ohs ] >> i got robbed twice in a row. [ cheers ] ♪ >> jimmy: all right, you got to
go for the win. >> this one's for the win. >> jimmy: it's gotta go in. for the win, kevin connolly -- [ drum roll ] [ cheers and applause ] this is for the win. for the win. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] this is for the win. for the win. [ cheers and applause ] watch "entourage" sunday nights on hbo. kevin connolly, everybody! christina hendricks is next!
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>> jimmy: yeah, throw your ridiculous things. throwing a fan threw a hoop. you're upset about this. >> kevin: i don't like the replay. 'cause -- i thought i could live with thinking that i won that, but the replay clearly shows -- >> jimmy: we have a replay rules on our game. it's official. you guys, our next guest just received or first emmy nomination for her work as joan on the critically acclaimed television series "mad men," which returns for its fourth season this sunday at 10:00 on amc. please welcome christina hendricks. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: beautiful. you are so beautiful. thank you so much for coming on the show. >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: i'm pleased. and congratulations -- emmy nominations. >> i know! it's so good. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's exciting.
i'm hosting the emmys. i'll see you there. >> i'll see you there. >> jimmy: kevin, did you ever get nominated for an emmy? >> kevin: no, no. [ laughter ] i'm still working on it. >> jimmy: you got two more seasons, a christmas special. how did you find out that you got -- 'cause i know it's always a cool story that you get the call, like, early in the morning. >> yeah, well, i was actually headed to work that morning. i had to be a work at 5:45 that morning, so i was running my bath water and trying to get last seconds of sleep and the phone rang. we have been lucky enough with the show the past couple years has been nominated, and so i usually get a call around that time that says, "congratulations, the show has been nominated." so, i was like, "oh, they're calling. that's exciting." she's like "oh, my god --" and i was like, "oh, thank you, that's so exciting." and i was like -- and she was like "no, you're nominated." i was like, "i know, the show. that's so great." she was like, "no, you too, bozo." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you are nominated! >> i was not expecting that. so, that was exciting. >> jimmy: did you celebrate, or what did do you? >> i was going straight to work, so it was kind of amazing because we got 17 nominations, so each department sort of was nominated for what they did.
so, there was lots of hugging and celebrating. >> jimmy: see, kevin? everyone gets nominated. [ laughter ] >> kevin: seems to be the case, doesn't it? 17, right? >> jimmy: now, you grew up all over the place. your dad is a -- what is he now? he's a forest -- >> he works for the u.s. forest service. >> jimmy: u.s. forest service. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so, what would that mean? a lot of camping? or what does that mean? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. i'm not a camper. are you a camper? you must be. >> i -- never again. you know, there was so much camping when we grew up, and there was so much, like, militant camping. it was sort of rain or shine, you are camping, you are pitching that tent, you're going to do it. and we're just like, "it's cold outside!" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. i never went camping at all. like, maybe once or twice like as a party in the woods in high school or something. and then -- [ laughter ] >> a party in the woods! >> jimmy: someone threw a blanket over me and said, "let him sleep." >> that wasn't a party. >> jimmy: that's camping, yeah. that was camping for me. yeah. >> i still like to be outside, and i like the outdoors and stuff, but i like to have a bed and a toilet.
conveniences. those crazy conveniences. >> jimmy: those crazy things. a toilet, yeah. absolutely. did you ever live in new york? >> i did. i lived here a while back. i lived here for a couple of years in crazy little studio apartments with a group of people in these tiny little spaces. >> jimmy: $10,000 a month. >> gosh -- it was like if it's clean, i'll take it. and i lived there with my best friends. two in a bed. two in a bed. coffee table with, like, you know, a trunk we found on the street and we, like, lugged it in. >> jimmy: four people in a studio apartment? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's illegal. [ laughter ] that's crazy. >> it wasn't illegal at the time. >> jimmy: no, no, yeah. >> it was a while ago. >> jimmy: and you knew them? you just like knew them from -- >> we had gone to high school together. yeah, we had gone to high school together, and we all made the move up to new york. and at one point, you know, one of their boyfriends was there, and it was just crazy. i remember taking pictures of it
going, "no one will believe this." you know, just furniture and clothes and people and it just looked like a crazy, crazy place. >> jimmy: yeah, when i was in college, i had a similar experience. like a flop house. and we had -- it was like a walk-in closet, which you don't need in college. [ light laughter ] so we thought we could sell it as a room. [ laughter ] >> you probably did. >> jimmy: we did. we got my best friend, and he was like 6'3", my friend dennis. and he would sleep -- we'd charge him $150 a month. >> oh, dennis. >> jimmy: he would sleep in the closet, and his feet would hang out the end of the closet. [ laughter ] but then, weirdly enough, what happened was he got a dart board and a boom box and he made his room cool. [ laughter ] and we were all kind of jealous. he would be having parties in his closet. and we'd be like, "hey, what's going on in there, man?" like, he would not invite us. >> well, i tell you, that studio was better. i was modeling at the time, and when i first moved to new york, i was living with several other models in a model's apartments. you know, the agencies sort of find these apartments for these young girls. and you all go in and live
together. and models are crazy. you know, there was all sorts of people high jinks and people stealing your things. >> jimmy: what did they take? >> well, there was this one girl who started stealing the other girls' panties. [ cheers ] it was really crazy. you were just sort of like, "keep it." you know, like -- "you know what? it's all yours." >> jimmy: who would do that? >> i know, it was really weird. she got in trouble. >> jimmy: that's so bizarre. "mad men" is back sunday. new season. do you want to catch us up? what is going on? what did we miss? >> i'm sworn to secrecy on so many things. but basically the end of season three, you sort of see the sterling cooper agency blow up and these guys are going to go on their own and start their own agency. and my character comes in and sort of says, "let's get this organized and get it together."
so, that's where we're gonna start out. >> jimmy: so, if you haven't seen "mad men," you can just start fresh this season because it's almost like a new thing. >> it kind of feels like a pilot, feels like a new show. there's a lot of change and -- but you're gonna see all the people that you love. >> jimmy: i'm so excited. i can't wait. it's become such a pop phenomenon. you have your own barbie doll. >> i know, it's the craziest. >> jimmy: we have it right here. >> i love barbie so much, this is so exciting -- oh, you have her! >> jimmy: yeah, here she is. >> it's crazy! >> jimmy: look at that. >> look, she has little stockings. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what's going on? >> what happened? >> jimmy: what are you doing? >> oh, she has little garter -- little, like, thigh-high stockings on. >> jimmy: yeah! >> it's sexy. >> jimmy: i mean, how awesome is that? you have your own barbie doll. >> i know. >> jimmy: and where are they selling this in stores? like, everywhere? >> i guess so. i know it's, like, a limited release. i think you can get them online. >> jimmy: kevin -- [ laughter ] >> he's already researched. >> jimmy: kevin, have you ever had a doll made --
>> kevin: no emmys. no dolls. no nothing. i'm just terrible over here. >> jimmy: well, christina, it's so lovely having you here. >> thank you. thank you so much. >> jimmy: it really is. you're awesome. "mad men" season premiere is this sunday on amc. christina hendricks right there, everybody. sheryl crow performs next. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ people! look at you! texting...blogging... all this technology,
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a rock 'n' roll superstar. here new album, "100 miles from memphis," what a great record. you got cameos from keith richards, justin timberlake. just came out this week. you got to pick it up. here with a song from it called "peaceful feeling," please welcome the great sheryl crow, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ba-ba-ba-ba ba-ba-ba-ba-ba ba-ba-ba-ba ba-ba-ba-ba-ba ♪ ♪ making the best
of the situation building a house on a strong foundation ♪ ♪ everybody wants to feel all right ♪ ♪ when you fly off in the wrong direction turn it around and see your own reflection ♪ ♪ everybody wants to feel all right oh ♪ ♪ let's dance to the music baby let's dance until our troubles fade away ♪ ♪ let's dance in the summer breeze i wanna dance until my spirit's free ♪ ♪ give me that peace peaceful feeling till my spirit's free ♪ ♪ give me that peace
peaceful feeling till my spirit's free ♪ ♪ ba-ba-ba-ba ba-ba-ba-ba-ba ♪ ♪ every day and every night looking around you miss your own damn life ♪ ♪ everybody wants to feel all right ♪ ♪ let's dance to the music baby let's dance until our troubles fade away ♪ ♪ let's dance in the summer breeze i wanna dance until my spirit's free ♪ ♪ give me that peace peaceful feeling till my spirit's free ♪ ♪ give me that peace peaceful feeling till my spirit's free ♪ ♪ give me that peace peaceful feeling let my spirit free ♪