tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC December 7, 2010 12:35am-1:35am PST
"jimmy fallon" happening right [ cheersnd applause ] >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- 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: that's a good new york city crowd right there. hey, guys, welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." i'm sorry if i seem a little nervous, you guys. wikileaks is threatening to release all my drunk texts, so that's little awkward. [ laughter ] this whole wikileaks scandal is out of control. wikileaks founder julian assange said he is going to release damaging files on bp and guantanamo bay, if his website is shut down. [ laughter ] excuse me? [ laughter ] no one besmirches the good names of bp and guantanamo bay! [ laughter ] "it was such a great year, this is gonna kill us!" [ laughter ] i don't know if you guys heard this, president obama is ordering thousands of government workers not to read the secret documents published by wikileaks and he really doesn't want them to read the remixed version,
"wicky wicky wikileaks." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ wicky, wicky, wicky get money get money my name is chili d ♪ [ laughter ] hey, you guys getting pumped for the holidays? [ cheers and applause ] i'm so excited. today, i received an e-vite to mel gibson's hanukkah party. [ laughter ] that's just going to be fun, it's just going to be exciting. ah! [ laughter ] hey, this is pretty interesting, you guys, a scientist in the uk has figured out that april 11th, 1954, was the most boring day in history. [ laughter ] which is why i have started calling "skating with the stars" the april 11, 1954, of tv shows. [ laughter ] that's what i call it now. [ applause ] >> steve: it sort of is. >> jimmy: i haven't even seen it yet -- [ laughter ] but it -- i'm assuming. hey, check this out this is cool. apple is working on a new 3-d
technology that can be seen without special glasses. but it's not ready yet, so if you want to experience 3-d without having to wear 3-d glasses, go outside and look at something. [ laughter ] it is really cool technology. [ cheers and applause ] really cool. hey, i just read that kate gosselin was one of the most searched for celebrities of 2010. unfortunately, it was her kids who spent the most time searching for her. [ audience oohs ] [ laughter ] "where is she?" "she is dancing right now." [ laughter ] yeah. hey, here's some health news. weight watchers is updating its points system so that most vegetables are point-free. [ cheers and applause ] but something tells me that the biggest problem for people on weight watchers wasn't permission to eat vegetables, right? [ laughter ] is that -- probably not what's putting you over the point system, you know? "i ate too many string beans, probably. [ laughter ]
and a gallon of ice cream, but --" [ laughter ] this is pretty cool. oprah winfrey has chosen the charles dickens novels "a tale of two cities" and "great expectations" for her latest book club selections. man, that guy is about to get rich. [ laughter ] charles dickens, look out. get this, the government has stopped producing new $100 bills, because of the problems with it's printing presses. yeah, there are so few $100 bills out there, rappers in strip clubs are only making it drizzle. [ laughter ] [ applause ] and finally, a new study found that good looking people are more likely to have daughters than sons. yep. whereas ugly people are more likely to have cats. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a
great show, give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, it's good to be back, you guys. i have two big announcements today. first, over the break -- it's our first show back from the break. over the break, the very own roots -- our very own the roots got six grammy nominations [ cheers and applause ] six grammy nominations! come on! [ cheers and applause ] you got one for "how it got over." right? "how it got over" is your record, which is awesome. >> qwestlove: thank you. >> jimmy: and then five for john legend, "wake up." >> qwestlove: yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: that's so good -- so exciting. >> qwestlove: we're excited. >> jimmy: this is going to be good. i'm so happy. [ applause ] and we're pumped. [ cheers and applause ] pumped. [ applause ] and secondly, i want to welcome all of our viewers in australia. hi, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] we're on the comedy channel over there. i'm so excited about this. and in celebration, i'll sending oprah over. [ laughter ]
so, treat her well. she's a national treasure. and now, as i said earlier, i'm going to eat as much vegemite as i can. [ crowd groaning ] in how much time? three seconds? okay, here we go. ready? one -- two -- go. [ drum roll ] [ laughter ] [ buzzer ] man, oh -- bummer. [ cheers and applause ] next time -- we're going to keep doing this until i get this right. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: but, thank you australia, thank you, comedy channel, we are going to have fun over there i appreciate it. [ applause ] we got a fun show tonight. the ultimate holiday hostess, the one and only, martha stewart is here. [ cheers and applause ] she's gonna show me a few ways to get ready for the holidays. i love martha stewart. from "the howard stern show," gary dell'abate, baba booey is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] he's going to talk about his new best selling book "they call me baba booey." it's going to be fun having that guy on. i love him. and then we've got some great new music from the one and only r. kelly, everybody! [ cheers and applause ]
♪ i believe i can fly i believe i can touch -- ♪ this is going to be really good. hey, any of you guys out there justin bieber fans? [ scattered cheers ] yeah, i can tell. i could tell. i am, too, he is a talented dude. and if you'll pardon me just for saying so, he's not too shabby to look at either. now, everybody knows what a fun, happy guy justin bieber is, he's a great guy. but here's something you might not realize. he has also got a really serious side. in fact, i happen to know that justin bieber likes to reflect really deeply on a lot of things. here, take a look. ♪ reflections , reflections of reflections look at my reflection ♪ [ laughter ] >> yo, what's up, i'm justin bieber. and i'm gonna reflect for a minute if that's cool with you. [ laughter ] ♪
my life is just crazy lately, i have been so blessed, i won four american music awards. that was dope. and now the holidays are here and that's like yuletide dope. [ laughter ] and now, i just want to sit here and like reflect on it for a while. ♪ [ laughter ] yeah, man. the holidays are so great, everyone is like happy and festive and whatever. and just fills me with all this like joy and all these questions about what like what's going to happen in the new year? like whether i'm finally going to get a kinect for my xbox. or if i'm finally going to get a date with kim kardashian. or whether china is finally going to achieve economic domination over the united states. ♪ [ laughter ] yeah, man, ever since, like, world war ii the united states has been, like, this crazy economic superpower, man. and we've been like controlling all the foreign commodities and resources and whatever but lately it has been, like, "boom, not so fast, son! china, yo." ♪ [ phone ringing ]
[ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] like everyone says we don't need to worry. like everyone's like, "oh, they don't have a transparent enough political system to become an economic superpower. they don't have a high enough gdp, blah, blah blah." but it's like when you talk to the economists and you analyze all the geopolitical shifts and everything, it's like get your heads out of your butts, yo. hello? they got 1.3 billion people! do you guys even understand how many freaking chinese people that is? [ laughter ] [ phone ringing ] ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ [ cheers ] anyway, i'm not saying it's going to happen overnight, like, i'm not saying the chinese investment in low-cost manufacturing is going to pay off, like, tomorrow or whatever, but i'm gonna saying mandarin, yo.
[ laughter ] y'all want a job in 2030? y'all better learn some mandarin. [ laughter ] [ speaking in chinese ] [ laughter ] ♪ anyway, i'm just a regular kid and those are my reflections. see you guys later. [ light laughter ] [ scattered cheers ] ♪ look at my reflection >> jimmy: turned into a puppy. [ applause ] turned into gary fritz. hey, we'll be right back with the game "models and buckets," you guys. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ depression is a serious medical condition
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to our show, everybody and thank you so much for watching us. hope you had a great day and hope you have a great night because right now, i can tell you guys look like you are ready to play a game of intense competition and fabulous prizes. [ cheers ] it's time for a game that everyone's been talking about school teachers, rugby players, firemen, policemen, salvation army bell ringers, everyone is talking about it. it is time for the holiday edition of "models and buckets." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ models and models and models and buckets ♪ >> jimmy: that's right it's the game everyone's been talking about. >> steve: i love models. and buckets. >> jimmy: that's right. everyone. let's get started. let bring out the models and the buckets. ♪ wow.
very, very nice. very, very beautiful. hi, models. >> hi, jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: as you can guys can see, we have 12 beautiful models with 12 beautiful buckets for our contestants to choose from. now what ever bucket they pick, it will be dumped on their head, but one of these buckets contains $100. let's meet our contestants. ♪ [ applause ] how you doing, buddy? >> good. >> jimmy: what's your name, where are you from? >> i'm ferdie from miami. >> jimmy: ferdie? >> yeah. >> jimmy: feride. and is that you on your shirt? >> that's me. [ applause ] >> jimmy: pretty normal occurrence? okay. [ laughter ] what is your name where are you from? >> diego from miami. >> jimmy: diego from miami. good man. all right, very good. welcome, yeah -- good man. who you got there? what does it say? >> seminoles.
>> jimmy: absolutely. yep. yes. you guys know how the game works, you have to pick a bucket number and then we will dump that bucket on your head. but first, higgins, tell us what's in some of today's buckets? >> well, jimmy, there's eggnog, cranberry sauce, melted chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream, baked beans, brown gravy, pumpkin pie filling or $100, jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: whoo! 100 dollars. [ applause ] look out for that pumpkin pie filling. pumpkin pie, everybody, pumpkin pie. ♪ who got that pumpkin pie we got that pumpkin pie yo the jets pumpkin pie who got the pumpkin pie ♪ ♪ every body's eating pumpkin pie who got that pumpkin pie ♪ all right. [ laughter ] you go first, my man. what was your name again, just so i remember. >> ferdie. >> audience: ferdie. >> jimmy: thank you, yeah. okay, ferdie, you go first. audience, help him out. which number should he pick? [audience yelling] >> ten. >> jimmy: number ten, i'm talking about sharita, come on down. ♪
sharita, take your time this bucket could be 100 dollars or it could be something else. sharita, let him have it. [wah-wah] [ applause ] thank you, sharita. [ cheers and applause ] thank you very much. sorry, buddy. that was not the 100 dollars. that was brown gravy. whoo. [ laughter ] that was gravy. i'm so sorry -- i think i'm sure that was not the 100 dollars. >> fine. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: contestant number two, what are you going to pick, buddy? [audience yelling] >> five. five. [audience yelling] >> jimmy: number five. cheetah, come on down, cheetah. ♪ cheetah beautiful cheetah there with bucket number five, could have 100 dollars in it. [ drumroll ] cheetah, let him know what's in that bucket. [ drumroll ] no brother.
that is not -- oh, that is -- it is a heavy bucket. that is only one bucket that is orange soda. [ laughter ] oh, thank you so much, dude. i appreciate that. >> very tasty. >> jimmy: sorry. all right, your turn to do it buddy. [audience yelling] >> number six. >> jimmy: number six, talking about beth. come on down! ♪ beth very pretty beth is smiling. i think she could be holding 100 dollars cash. [ drumroll ] let's see, beth, what do you have? [ drumroll ] whoa! [ sad tuba ] ♪ i'm talking pumpkin pie who got that pumpkin pie everybody pumpkin pie pumpkin pie ♪ ♪ who got that pumpkin pie you got the pumpkin pie everybody eating ♪ ♪ pumpkin pie hey, beth pumpkin pie never get enough pumpkin pie ♪ all right. >> that looks like baby food. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it is not baby food. >> questlove: you sure? maybe you should taste it. >> jimmy: ♪ got that baby food who got that baby food he got that baby food everybody got that ♪ ♪ baby food
just keep this pumpkin pie ♪ all right. here we go buddy boy. what do you think? >> 12. 12. >> jimmy: 12. let's bring up the dozen, kenzie, 12. come on down. ♪ kenzie kenzie is holding the bucket number 12, could be the winning money. let him have it. [ drum roll ] no. [ sad tuba ] bummer. that was melted chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream. >> awesome. >> jimmy: it was not the 100 dollars we were hoping for. [ laughter ] so sorry. what do you say, my man? [ audience yelling ] >> number one. >> jimmy: number one! he is going for number one. lulu come on over. ♪ lulu lulu, number one of course no
one would choose bucket number one because that would be too obvious but is that the winning bucket? [ drum roll ] let him have it! [ sad tuba ] >> that is? >> jimmy: that is condensed -- condensed milk. [ audience ohs ] sorry, buddy. you actually could make a pie with everything that's landed on you. gosh. these are your real clothes? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean that's your face on that shirt. so, yeah sorry. we're going to have to get you a new shirt with your face on it. [ laughter ] could be hard to get. can you see? >> no. >> jimmy: all right, you don't need to just talk. which -- just which one? >> four. >> jimmy: number four! here we go. scarlet s. come on over! ♪ scarlet s. scarlet s. up there lucky number four could be the money, the winning bucket, scarlet s. let him have it. [ drum roll ] no it's snow! it's snowing. sorry, it is snow. happy holidays, by the way, but that is not 100 dollars we were looking for.
come on, buddy. audience, help him out! [ audience yelling ] number nine, leslie, come on down! ♪ leslie very good. now, you feel like nine is your lucky number. here we go leslie, let him have it. is that the money? [ drum roll ] no. [ sad tuba ] thank you, leslie. thank you. [ laughter ] >> gosh. >> jimmy: that was not -- that was not the 100 dollars. >> no. i don't know what that was. >> jimmy: chocolate syrup. >> oh, chocolate syrup, okay. >> jimmy: yup, there we go. [ audience yelling ] >> jimmy: you there go what do you think, buddy? >> seven. >> jimmy: seven? >> seven. >> jimmy: number seven, jennifer. ♪ jennifer come on over, jennifer! jennifer it might be the winner. jennifer, let him have it. [ drum roll ]
glittery confetti. [ sad tuba ] that is glittery confetti, there not many to choose from. come on. >> number eight. >> jimmy: eight -- ocho, eight is scarlet b. ♪ scarlet b. scarlet b. -- now i promise you, there is 100 dollars in one of these buckets. [ drum roll ] let him have it. oh, boy! [ laughter ] [ sad tuba ] man, you done got nogged. you got nogged. eggnog. you look psyched, you look happy. >> woo! yeah. >> jimmy: what are you going to do with that 100 bucks? >> buy some stuff. >> jimmy: yeah, that sounds great. all right. which bucket are you going to go for, buddy? [ audience yelling ] >> three. three. >> jimmy: the audience is saying three. let's go for number three. audrey, get over here. ♪ audrey audrey is that 100 dollars pour it on his head?
[ drum roll ] let's find out. no. double b, baked beans. the double b. >> oh. >> jimmy: we are down to our last two buckets. 50/50, come on. number 11. >> 50/50 chance. number 11? >> jimmy: number 11. valerie, come on down, number 11. ♪ valerie all the way over here, valerie and number two is maya. maya, you are going to stand right here. ♪ maya maya, only -- only pour if valerie does not pour the winning 100 dollars. valerie, pour that bucket, let's see! we got a winner! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ $100! congratulations, you won 100 dollars. thank you so much.
thank you. congratulations, you get 100 dollars. you look like a winner. [ cheers and applause ] you look like a champ. there is a check, right there. [ cheers and applause ] and congratulations, buddy. that's awesome -- but nobody goes home empty handed here, so you get our very own "late night with jimmy fallon" bucket hat. >> great. >> jimmy: you get the bucket hat there we go everybody. thank you guys for playing "models and buckets." we will be right back with martha stewart. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away ♪ ♪ now it looks as though they're here to stay. ♪ ♪ oh, i believe in yesterday. oh, i believe in yesterday. ♪
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>> jimmy: welcome back to our show. >> your set looks beautiful. >> jimmy: do you think? yeah? >> yeah, great. >> jimmy: this is our first christmas -- >> and it is gingerbreads behind you. >> jimmy: our little gingerbread home -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: and then, we make it snow. can we turn on the snow? let's see. >> yes. >> jimmy:here -- >> oh, look. couple of things, right? [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, thank you. oh. >> jimmy: that cost us $30,000 per flake. >> i bet. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it is amazing. it looks gorgeous, right? >> it does. >> jimmy: happy holidays to you -- i know that you are -- >> can we have it snow the whole time we are out here? >> jimmy: yeah. >> oh, good, i like that. >> jimmy: totally. cause it's chilly -- nice and cozy in here. >> yeah, i want that. >> jimmy: you've been what do you call it -- thank you, frank. [ laughter ] ringing the bells. you have been super busy because i see you every where cooking a turkey on every show, every magazine. >> oh my gosh -- i think i did 31 turkeys the two weeks before thanksgiving. >> jimmy: my god. you're turkied out. yeah, you're like -- this is crazy. >> i didn't even eat turkey on thanksgiving. >> jimmy: no. you said this is ridiculous. >> no, we went out and had white
truffles and pasta. >> jimmy: oh, man, where did you go? >> oh, the four seasons. they had a turkey for every table but we managed to get some white truffles out of them. >> jimmy: of course, cause you're martha stewart -- exactly. you got to tell me about the home depot thing, martha stewart, it is now your home. >> it is -- it's -- >> jimmy: martha stewart's home depot. >> our home and -- >> jimmy: yeah -- our home. >> our home away from home and it's full of great stuff. oh, my gosh, the christmas -- you are -- >> jimmy: you're doing a holiday thing, yeah with home depot. >> oh, holidays, we're doing paints. yeah paints in your work shop. i went in your workshop. >> jimmy: that's pretty cool, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i don't even go back in the workshop. >> so, it's like your craft room -- yeah it's great. >> jimmy: this is really fun though. >> and we have kitchens. >> jimmy: yeah, but you're doing cool holiday things like pre-decorated christmas trees and pre-lit christmas trees -- cause that's a big pain in the butt. >> oh, yeah. who wants to light a tree? >> jimmy: nobody. >> right, it's all done for you. it's all lit up. >> jimmy: finally someone invented this. flocked with snow. why have we waited this long for this? it's like yeah, you do it for me. >> and the, oh the ornaments are beautiful, too. you're going to see. >> jimmy: i'm loving it. i'm very excited. more with martha stewart when we get back, you guys, a little holiday. [ cheers and applause ] here we go! ♪ [ male announcer ] for frequent heartburn relief,
♪ it comes along just once a year ♪ ♪ on winters wings, decembers rear, ahha humbug faces come and dear ♪ ♪ then appears at perfect christmas time. ♪ ♪ a tiny tree, christmas, tinsel, the lights ♪ ♪ the star that sings, top your tiny tree, yeah ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. i'm here with one of my favorites, martha stewart. she's got a few holiday tips and
tricks for me. you can learn more in this month's "martha stewart living" magazine. very pretty, as always. [ cheers and applause ] i like looking through these, i look at all the stuff, and i go, "i can't make any of this." >> yes, you can. want to make eggnog? >> jimmy: i'm good at making eggnog. i'm good at drinking it. >> you add the cognac. and i'll add the rum. >> jimmy: yeah, i usually just do rum, right? >> just do it by eye. >> jimmy: whoa! >> by eye. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: whoa! >> it doesn't really matter how much you put in. >> jimmy: is this good? >> as long as it is strong and tasty. >> jimmy: a little maker's mark. >> maker's mark. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: calm down, audience! a bunch of boozers. >> how do you know that's maker's mark? >> jimmy: oh, i don't know. >> you call that greasing the label. >> jimmy: yeah, because you can't say what it is. i just know this because i drank it before. >> a little nutmeg. >> jimmy: fresh-grated nutmeg, be careful, martha. >> why? >> jimmy: i don't want you scraping your finger in there. >> i won't. [ light laughter ] and then whipped cream. the other slop in there is egg white. >> jimmy: egg whites in there. >> but this is milk and eggs. >> jimmy: this is good for you, right? [ laughter ] >> it is delicious for you. >> jimmy: 500 calories per glass. [ laughter ]
not as much as string beans. >> but i must tell you, your guests will be very happy if you served them this. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> what do you think? >> jimmy: wow! >> share. [ laughter ] yes, they all want some up there. [ slurring ] >> jimmy: martha, you're my favorite. [ laughter ] you are always my favorite. we're coming over here? okay, good. >> we're gonna do a craft. >> jimmy: what are we doing? we're doing a craft? get me drunk and then give me a hot glue gun. there you go. [ laughter ] >> everything in here is from the home depot. >> jimmy: the home depot. >> look at my favorite, ornament i made that for you. >> jimmy: hey! [ audience aws ] >> can you get a good picture? >> jimmy: there you go. look at that. very sweet. [ applause ] >> so, these are great because if you drop them, oops, they are unbreakable. >> jimmy: geez. >> they look like really good glass. but they are unbreakable. >> jimmy: you always have good ideas for weird, fun, cool stuff. >> we are going to make a treetopper for the beautiful
tree back here. >> jimmy: yeah, look at this whole thing set up. >> isn't that pretty? and every ornament's from home depot. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: incredible. the tree, too? >> the tree, prelit. you don't want to put lights on it. >> jimmy: the future, i already did it. i'm mad about it. >> take five of these ornaments and you have your five -- where are your five? >> jimmy: i feel like they are already done. [ laughter ] >> this is the idea, you take five on a wire and you just tighten this until it forms the star. this takes a little finagling. you know that word, finagling? >> jimmy: yeah, i love finagling. >> so you get that. >> jimmy: okay, so i have that. that's what i'm here with now. >> okay, so, now this is a piece of gold cardboard with a little cylinder -- >> jimmy: toilet paper roll. >> yes, it could be, but it isn't. >> jimmy: golden toilet paper rolls. you have those at your house? [ laughter ] >> five -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: things are going well at home depot. >> five dollops of hot glue and watch out, do not get this on your finger.
if do you, you put it in that little bowl of ice. see that little bowl of ice. >> jimmy: yeah, that is in case i get injured? >> the hot wax, i try to warn people about this, because we do not want you to get that. >> jimmy: you care about me, i appreciate that. >> i do. and hold that on. >> jimmy: oh, sorry. >> like that. yes. anyway -- >> jimmy: that's good. >> and then you turn this over, see these cute little things? another bit of hot wax on the back of that. >> jimmy: okay, turn it over or not yet? >> you can. >> jimmy: jumped the gun. >> you can. use this. >> jimmy: use this guy here? >> oops. mine's falling apart. >> jimmy: mine's pretty good, so don't worry about it. >> yours is perfect. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we're going to be good, pal. we're going to be good. >> mine is a four -- >> jimmy: look at this. i can't believe i made this. >> you did. it is perfect. >> jimmy: this is crazy. >> did you do that to mine? did you sabotage mine?
>> jimmy: i would never in my life, martha stewart. [ laughter ] >> then you can also make garlands. look. >> jimmy: look at this. >> let it dry. that one is all ready. so these are garlands that you can use these beautiful bulbs. just string them and knock them on a piece of -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] he likes it. he like it. and then use a little bit of this glittery, glittery ribbon and make garlands. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: getting a buzz off something. i don't know if it's the glue or what. >> that! here, i want you to put this -- [ laughter ] i want you to put this on the top of the tree. >> jimmy: i will. i'm going to treetop it here with the homemade, martha stewart treetopper, here we go with the ladder, i'm not gonna fall. bruce? >> if he knocks the tree over, by the way, everything is unbreakable. so -- >> jimmy: except ruining christmas for everybody. >> except you. ♪ christmas carols, not playing any special things. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you there go. you are the greatest. martha stewart! "the martha stewart show" airs weekdays on the hallmark channel. we will be back with gary dell'abate, baba booey. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] this is the evo 4g.
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his new book, "they call me baba booey" debuted at number six on the "new york times" best seller list. please welcome, gary dell'abate. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> i like that. that's good. >> jimmy: welcome to the show, thanks for coming on. i appreciate it. we are big fans of you over here at "late night" and the show. >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: doing a great job over there. >> having a lot of fun. >> jimmy: you are on this book tour? >> yes, i am. it's been going on forever. >> jimmy: yeah, howard's giving you grief about this? >> he said it's enough already. he said i'm doing it too long, embarrassing myself. a book tour should be two weeks, i'm in week number six. >> jimmy: he said nobody cares about you. >> right. this is the last thing i'm doing except for a cable show in cleveland, that's it. >> jimmy: which cable show in cleveland, we will give them a plug. >> i have no idea. >> jimmy: okay, good. [ light laughter ] a funny story about this, you were on the "today" show this morning was it? >> no, no, about a month ago, i was at the "today" show and it
was right before the marathon, new york city marathon. so, i'm not green room. and the green room is crazy, people all over the place. al roker comes in and karl rove was there, everybody there. so, natalie morales, who is the stunningly beautiful reporter, who's their hispanic reporter, she walks in and she walks over to me, shakes my hand and goes, "hola, edison --" and started talking spanish quick. i was like, "i don't know what you talking about." i realize over my shoulder there is a chilean miner, she thinks i'm a miner. [ laughter ] we all have the same beard thing going on. she thought i was the miner. so sorry. >> jimmy: was she asking you questions, "like how did you survive?" >> i don't know! it was in spanish, i don't know what she asked me. >> jimmy: it would've been great if you went along with the story and started lying. like, "we ate one of the miners." [ light laughter ] >> like, "si." >> jimmy: there's great pics in this book. any fan of baba booey should look at this guy right there. a little "saturday night fever" there. that's pretty awesome. >> that's 1979, i was very heavily influenced by that movie. >> jimmy: was this "midnight cowboy" in this one?
>> i don't know what. >> jimmy: which one was that? [ laughter ] yikes! >> my wife begged me not to put that picture in the book. >> jimmy: i love that you did that. i also love that you made a beer can pyramid over here, a beeramid, pretty awesome, just says class. >> that's what happens when you leave a bunch of guys in the woods for a weekend. >> jimmy: where was that, upstate? >> upstate new york. yeah. >> jimmy: i saw the genesee beers. >> genesee beers, exactly. >> jimmy: i think they still make that. do they still make that? >> they do. >> jimmy: but the whole thing, did you think it was gonna take off? you're the executive produce of a radio show, you mispronounce something and then they go, "oh, we're gonna call you 'baba booey' from now on." then it becomes a giant thing, i remember the o.j. simpson, the chase. >> peter jennings. >> jimmy: do you guys remember this? like the guy going, like, "hey, we have a caller, he is behind --" "i can see him. he's hiding behind a bush." or something like that. >> and he goes, "and a baba booey to y'all." and peter jennings goes, "okay, thank you." he had no idea what it was. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. and then, who was it? >> al michaels. >> jimmy: al michaels had to say, "and that's from the radio show, where --" >> exactly. >> jimmy: it took off. people were pranking everyone saying "baba booey." >> been on "30 rock" twice, on "saturday night live," on "the simpsons."
you know, i thought it was going to go away. i said, "this joke is over." and july of this year was the 20th anniversary. we did a big celebration. >> jimmy: 20 years? >> 20 years. >> jimmy: they have been calling you baba booey? amazing, man. always good to see you. i know from listening to the show and from knowing you that you are a big music fan. >> i am. >> jimmy: you have been on rock 'n' roll jep' -- short for "rock 'n' roll jeopardy." >> i beat weird al yankovic and casey from the sunshine band. >> jimmy: i mean, that's good right there. that's a good battle. [ scattered applause ] we're gonna play a quick game here if you don't mind. just see if you can guess the songs qwestlove and the roots are gonna play a little bit, a taste of a song, then you have to guess the artist and the title of the song. >> okay. ♪ >> that's it? >> jimmy: yeah. >> that's all i get? >> jimmy: yeah. ♪ >> earth, wind and fire. >> jimmy: at least you got the earth, wind and fire.
you got the artist. that was "fantasy" by earth, wind and fire. next one. here you go ready for this one? ♪ >> jimmy: oh, i know this one. >> i'm clearly not the expert i'm supposed to be. >> jimmy: this is like a.m. gold type of stuff. that was a hint. >> was that "lonely boy" by andrew gold? >> jimmy: yes, that was exactly it! ♪ [ applause ] you pulled that one out. that's awesome. bonus trivia, what was his most famous song? >> "thank you for being a friend." >> jimmy: the "golden girls" theme. man, oh, man. you are good. [ scattered cheers ] one more and do the mystery song here, i don't know what this song is and who ever gets this first, i guess we will bang on the -- "they call me baba booey" book? we'll bang on that and who ever gets the name of the group and the song? is it group? oh, that's a hint. here we go. ready? i'd like to play this game, too. >> okay, let's go. ♪
>> jimmy: "long train running," doobie brothers? ♪ [ applause ] we gotta go head-to-head one day. >> you come to the show, we'll go. >> jimmy: absolutely. you guys got to pick up this book, it's a great stocking stuffer. our thanks to gary dell'abate. we will be right back with a performance from r. kelly. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ looking for a holiday recipe your family will love?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next is a grammy-winning artist and producer. his new album "love letter" won't be out until next week, but he's here tonight to give us a preview of the song "when a woman loves." please welcome r. kelly. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ when a woman loves she, she loves for real
she, she, she loves for real yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ see a woman loves it would never die young even when i'm dead and gone i'm gonna love her ♪ ♪ from the sky, yeah 'cause she's given me something that no other woman has given me ♪ ♪ when i think about the girl it makes me ♪ ♪ [ cheers ] ♪ when i think about the girl ♪ ♪
>> thank you! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> okay, sit up, everybody. let's have some fun. ♪ ♪ when a woman loves when she loves, yeah when a woman loves, yeah she loves for real ♪ ♪ like a bumble bee of the honey tree in all those things that she will be ♪ ♪ like a humming bird baby, that's how your heart is all night all the things that one ♪ ♪ little kiss can make stop ♪ oh, you make you want to bop, bop, bop do, bop, bop, bop i want to sing about her ♪ ♪ bop a do dop when a woman loves, yeah when a woman loves, yeah when a woman loves, yeah ♪ ♪ she loves for real