tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC March 5, 2011 3:05am-4:00am PST
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. i appreciate it. welcome. that's a crowd right there. that's a great crowd. [ cheers and applause ] new york city, baby. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." hey, i'm not sure if you guys have heard this, but there's a casting change for 2011. the role of mel gibson will now be played by charlie sheen. [ laughter ] that's what they are saying. this charlie sheen stuff is getting insane. i mean, in an open letter, charlie asked his fans to walk with him as they march up the steps of justice. or more accurately, stagger with him as they stumble up the steps of a house that kind of looks like his. [ light laughter ] get this you guys. a 10,000 square foot medical marijuana store will open tomorrow in california. it's being -- [ cheers and applause ] isn't that wild? it's been called a wal-mart for stoners.
[ laughter ] really? wal-mart sells doritos, parakeets, and kiddie pools. i'm pretty sure wal-mart is the wal-mart for stoners. [ laughter ] what more do you need? >> steve: and funions. >> jimmy: that's right, a mega store for marijuana. it's the only store where the managers are like -- "attention shoppers -- -- does anyone remember what i was going to say? [ laughter ] never mind." [ light laughter ] this is nice. a woman here in new york celebrated her 105th birthday this week by gambling at a casino. yeah. it's a little different than the way she usually gambles -- by going to sleep. [ laughter and applause ] [ elderly lady voices ] "good night -- hope to see you tomorrow. who knows? jackpot, i'm a winner." hmm, momma needs a new can of
ensure. let's go!" [ laughter ] check this out. a new study that found that cats bond better with women than men. yeah. when cats are near men, they are like -- [ laughter ] but when they are near women they are like -- [ laughter ] you see the difference? i don't know what to make of this, you guys. a store in london is selling ice cream made from breast milk. [ audience mutters ] yeah. yeah, i know. that's how cows feel about regular ice cream. they're like, "oh, are you serious? [ laughter ] never eat that. [ laughter ] please moooove it away from me. [ laughter ] that is udderly ridiculous." [ laughter ] this is pun upon -- i kid.
>> steve: what the hay? >> jimmy: that's right. they are selling ice cream made from breast milk. it comes in three sizes. small, medium, and j-woww. [ light laughter ] not so much. listen to this. disney just bought the children's social networking site, togetherville. or as "dateline's" chris hansen refers to it as, "go time. let's do this. hi, how you doing? computer monitor big enough for you?" hey, i read that russia is close to classifying beer as an alcoholic drink instead of a food. wait, beer is considered a food there? must be amazing. "yeah, i'll have a vodka and you know what? i don't want to go on an empty stomach. give me two beers, too. [ laughter ] i don't want to get too drunk." some celebrity news, guys. kirstie alley is said to be joining the new season of "dancing with the stars." that's right. she'll be performing her favorite dance, the charleston chew. [ laughter ] i bet you she'd be good on that show.
and finally, this is pretty weird. a man in florida who was arrested this week listed his religion as redneck. [ laughter ] yeah, he even recited a prayer in the name of the father who's also the son of the sister's half cousin. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show tonight! give it up for the roots right there. ♪ [cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. that's legendary violinist itzhak perlman sitting in with the roots. what an honor it is to have you here. thank you so much for being here. now, in addition to everything you have going on musically, i understand you're working with
the rotary international on a new initiative to help the fight against polio? >> yes, that's right. you see, we are very, very close. it's a campaign as a matter of fact. it's called, that's -- that's close. and the thing is, that there's still about four countries that still have incidences of polio. nigeria, india, afghanistan, pakistan. and you know, i was -- i'm a polio survivor. you know, i had polio when i was 4-years-old and there was no vaccines but right now there's absolutely no excuse for anybody to get polio. because we have all of the vaccines that we need. the thing is, is that the rotary has been working -- trying to inoculate everybody, and it's still a challenge because we're 1% from eradicating polio. so, we are trying to do this and go to rotary.org and polio and you'll see much more about what you can do with, you know, financially and with moral support. you know, it's very important. >> jimmy: thank you so much. good for you. [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's awesome. very cool. go to our website too. latenightwithjimmyfallon.com we'll have more information
about that, too. thank you so much. it's a pleasure. it's an honor to have you here. >> my pleasure, my friend. >> jimmy: ah, we've got such a great finish to the week tonight. one of the stars of "saturday night live," one of our friends, jason sudeikis is here. [ cheers and applause ] he's a funny man. charming dude. his new movie "hall pass" opens today. it's directed by the farrelly brothers. apparently, it's one of the funniest movies ever. and it comes out this week. yeah. "hall pass," go check that out. also, she's the beautiful bad-ass starring opposite nicholas cage in "drive angry 3-d." amber heard is here! [ cheers and applause ] that's gonna be good. that'll be a fun movie, too. and i'm going to be cooking with renowned french chef, cyril renaud, everybody. cyril renaud. he's gonna be making some good -- type of a grill cheese. some awesome stuff. he's so cool. you guys, today is friday and that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff. check my inbox. return some e-mails and of course i send out some thank you notes. well, i'm running a bit behind today. so i thought, if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd just like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now.
is that okay? do you mind? [ cheers and applause ] it's the polite thing to do. i like sending out thank you notes. everybody should be doing it. it's a very polite thing. the roots, can i get some thank you note-writing music. ♪ ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you charlie sheen for going "two and a half mental." [ light laughter ] ♪ thank you, vending machines, for being like slot machines for fat people.
[ laughter ] "come on d-6. come on d-6. yes!" [ laughter ] >> audience member: doritos! >> jimmy: hot pocket! ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: thank you girl scout cookie season for being the one time of the year when it's not creepy to ask, "do you know any girl scouts?" [ laughter ] i just want to get some thin mints. samoas in the house! [ scattered applause ] that's the best cookie, right? >> steve: yeah. clearly. hands down. >> jimmy: clearly. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ laughter ] ♪
>> jimmy: thank you, "the king's speech," for picking up 12 oscar nominations. >> steve: 12? >> jimmy: did i stutter? [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, lint trap in a dryer, for being like a giant robot belly button. [ laughter ] ♪ >> i'm just anticipating. >> jimmy: well, don't. [ laughter ] i guess, ready? itzhak? >> i'm ready. [ laughter ] i'm already playing the note. ♪ ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you, george clooney, for saying you could never get into politics
because you've done too many drugs and dated too many women. [ popping sounds ] [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think he would be perfect. [ laughter ] to each his own. as the cow would say. "moo." >> steve: "bravo." >> jimmy: bravo, my friend. moo, to you." [ light laughter ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, people who have clapped for the pilot when the plane lands for basically applauding not dying. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ thank you, phlegm, for being
just as gross in word form as you are in phlegm form. [ laughter ] there you have it, everybody. those are my thank you notes. we'll be right back with more "late night!" [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] unlock the potential of nature and shine. with pantene nature fusion shampoo. experience cassia essence fused with pantene pro v science. the advanced formula conditions damaged hair to unlock radiant shine today and up to 10 times more strength in 14 days. nature fusion from pantene. healthy makes it happen.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sounds great. welcome back, everybody. hope you have a great weekend. the 83rd academy -- annual academy awards are this sunday. i'm very excited. it's all across the country. people are making their final picks in the oscar office pools. it's really hard to predict who the winners are gonna be. especially in the category of best picture. just ten nominees. so once again, we turn to the predicting power of the "late night" puppies. it's time for, "if puppies could vote." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you guys want to meet the puppies? [ cheers and applause ]
let's bring them out. here we go. ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: gary, watch it. gary, get off her. gary? you guys, let me introduce you to this impressive panel here. we have roger blain, brian johnson, nancy simons, kyle mcadams, lisa armstrong, tommy young, donna braylon and, of course, gary frick. [ cheers and applause ] each of the ten nominated movies are represented with identical bowls of kibble. the nominees are "black swan," "the fighter," "inception," "the kids are all right," "the king's speech," "127 hours," "social network," "toy story 3," "true grit," and "winter's bone." i think that's gonna be a favorite for puppies. i think -- i don't know why.
[ laughter ] it's a tough call. they're excited to vote. [ audience aws ] look how excited. they have all seen the movies. they are going to be voting for which film they think best deserves the award. drum roll, please. [ drum roll ] release the puppies! come on guys. [ cheers and applause ] they are all wearing bowties. come on over guys. come on over. come on over. there goes gary. gary's going right for "winter's bone." no, he got one. he's a flip-flopper. "toy story 3" get's a little bit. "the king's speech." it's a tie. someone likes my shoes. my shoes are not nominated. get over here, guys. what's going on? get over here. come on. it's okay. come on over, pal. oh come on. it looks like a vote for everything so far. gary? go up there. two right there. we might have a winner. we might have a winner here, you guys. i think -- it's the winner here. "toy story 3" is the winner.
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: great job guys. i want to thank my director, lee. lee unkrich, everybody else at caa. the man upstairs on the ninth floor. i can't remember his name. he's cool. and gary frick wants to thank puppy chow. chew toys, harry winston for his bow tie. definitely not cats. rubber balls and all the bitches out there that voted for him. [ laughter ] he had to sniff a lot of butts to get to where he is tonight. but he's so excited. thanks to all of our puppies. you guys, we'll be right back with jason sudeikis! stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ boy's voice ] hi, samantha.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our next guest is a talented comedian who kills it every week on "saturday night live." he's starring alongside owen wilson in the new farrelly brothers comedy movie "hall pass," which opens everywhere today. please welcome a funny, funny dude, jason sudeikis! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ get out of my car get into my truck get out of my car get into my truck ♪ >> get in the truck! >> jimmy: there he is. >> always so thoughtful. so well thought out, the entrance music on this show. >> jimmy: they're the greatest guys in the world. >> do they think it up or do you? >> jimmy: itzhak. itzhak thought of all of them. >> itzhak, thank you so much. >> it's all me. thank you very much. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's very humble. doesn't want to take credit for it. no.
dude, good to see you. >> nice to see you, too. >> jimmy: i heard this movie, "hall pass," is phenomenal. i heard you steal the movie. congratulations. i heard it's just so good. >> that's very nice. >> jimmy: congratulations. >> well, i appreciate that. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you were at the premiere in l.a. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and it's the first time you've seen it, right? >> jimmy: the first time i got to see it, especially with an audience. which with the farrelly brothers movies, you want to watch with an audience, because it's a good mix of laughter and gasps. >> jimmy: screams. >> screams and -- ah! >> jimmy: out of breath laughing at one scene. >> who is that? >> jimmy: my friend. >> oh, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i won't tell you his name. i couldn't. >> no, i don't want to know. [ light laughter ] come on. go ahead. name dropper. >> jimmy: steven spielberg. >> steven spielberg?! [ laughter ] stevey steve? >> jimmy: spielboots. yeah, i said, "don't make a big deal about it." but anyways -- >> that's nice of him. >> jimmy: yeah, he was crying and laughing. not the director. >> oh, i'm sorry. >> jimmy: he runs a carwash over in -- [ laughter ] jersey. >> still, it's nice. >> jimmy: he loved it. >> spiel-berg is the director, right? >> jimmy: i said it wrong. "speil-berg," yeah. >> yeah, it was a lot of "blah." >> jimmy: he looks like steven spielberg, though. he has the hat and the beard.
he wear a "gremlins" t-shirt. >> when he gets done washing cars he goes, "cut!" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, he puts an "e.t." finger in the window. while he's waxing it, i was like, "wait, did i just see that?" [ as e.t. ] >> "drive home." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: ridiculous. but it's funny. do you like seeing yourself on the screen? >> no! >> jimmy: you don't? >> i don't. i watched the movie. and i watched owen and i'm like, "he's incredible. he's great." then i'm like, "oy!" when i watch myself, i have to like squint. it's the same stuff with like "snl." i used to say, "oh, it's because we don't get a lot of time at 'snl' for makeup. you know, you are doing it really quick in between the commercial breaks." that was the excuse i was giving myself when i would watch myself on television. and then on movies, you know, they take a great deal of time with makeup and lighting and all that stuff, and i still look like hell. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you look great. >> no, the characters are supposed to be super schlubby and, like, you know, very pale and i went for it. i got way into character. ate a lot of waffle house. >> jimmy: almost too into character. >> yeah, too into character, indeed. yeah, it was really fun. it was a great experience.
>> jimmy: super cool. but i wonder, out in l.a., you played in the celebrity all-star basketball game. >> yeah, with the nba. >> jimmy: how cool is that? >> it was a blast. it was really fun. >> jimmy: looks like you took it real serious. >> i took it real serious. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that basketball's not touching your finger, by the way. that is behind you. you're pretending to spin it on your finger. >> exactly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there's a black man's hand holding the ball. [ laughter ] clearly, you're not holding that. >> okay. we were supposed to photoshop that out. >> jimmy: yeah, well, they didn't. >> oh, well. but that picture would be a hell of a lot funnier if you could see everybody else's face. no one else is anywhere near as serious in that thing. i just went for it, took a knee. i was the only one on my knee. >> jimmy: here's an athlete and here's a comedian. guess which one. [ laughter ] there's an athlete and there's -- that's scottie pippen right there. >> that's scottie. that's the pips! i kicked it out to him for a 3-point at one point. that was a pretty awesome moment. >> jimmy: did you ever think that, in your life, you would play basketball with scottie pippin? >> yeah! [ laughter ] sure. did he ever think? no, probably not. [ laughter ]
but look at my position. go down. i'm in like -- i don't know. i never took ballet. [ laughter ] it's like i'm in "black swan." [ laughter ] who's the black swan here? i'm like in fifth position or something like that? >> jimmy: you're in fifth position. but you did pretty well. >> i didn't play much, because bill walton, who was our coach, who i thought i was gonna hit it off with, because i'm a big fan of john wood and his former basketball coach at ucla. and -- and he's like -- you know, he likes marijuana. and i thought that i was going to be like his -- he's going to look at me. >> jimmy: yeah, he's like a grateful dead -- isn't he a deadhead? >> yes, that i know. and i'm implying that maybe there's drugs involved with the appreciation of that band. [ light laughter ] but he -- yeah, he didn't take to me. i only played about five minutes. bieber -- bieber got in 25 minutes. bieber was running around the court and just -- he did really well. he made two 3s and had a couple of assists. won mvp, which the fix was kind of on, because it was -- the fans got to text in, you know, their vote.
so now, "a," texting is already a certain age bracket and then also the names. i don't know how to spell "sudeikis." you're supposed to send in the name. >> jimmy: oh, come on! [ laughter ] that is not why you did not win. >> i went 0-1. >> jimmy: bieber's not easy, too. it's ei's and ie's. >> it's i before e except after b. >> jimmy: bieber? [ laughter ] >> but it was fun. i've seen a lot of him recently. him being on "snl" and then on every magazine. >> jimmy: and then you went to the all-star game the next day? >> forte, will forte, and i got to go. >> jimmy: i love forte. how is he doing? >> he's doing great. he's doing great. he's growing a mustache right now. >> jimmy: remember he had that neck beard for a while? >> he's always doing something. >> jimmy: will forte grew a beard just from here down. [ laughter ] >> it was awful. >> jimmy: it was the ugliest thing i've ever seen in my life. he's great. >> i don't know why he does it. but yeah, we went to the game. we showed up hungry. so we had beers right away. and you know you get tipsy quick that way. >> jimmy: then i gotta get food. >> yeah, exactly. and i got a little shouty. and bieber was across the court from us. and at one point, he was on his -- texting. he had front row.
like jack nicholson kind of seats. two
seats away from beyonce and her fella. >> jimmy: jay-z. >> james zeppelin, i don't know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not it. jay-z. >> it's his nickname. james zeppelin is his full name. >> jimmy: james zeppelin is not his name. jay-z. >> whatever it is. yeah. his name is sean in real life. not jay-z. so, i'm just yelling at him. like, he was on his thing. i'm like, "bieber, get off your phone!" [ laughter ] just screaming at him. >> jimmy: yelling at poor biebs? >> poor biebs? poor biebs, hardly. [ laughter ] doing quite well. and then at one point, i just remember -- forte reminded me of this later, they had like an illusionist come out in between the first and second quarter. and i was just like fired up. and it's like a box and the woman gets in the box. and i was just out of my head. and i'm like, "don't go in that box!" [ laughter ] and then, you know, the woman gets in the box and gets all balled up or whatever happened and then they start putting swords in there. and i'm just literally front court, center, just yelling, "he's killing her! [ laughter ]
somebody do something!" >> jimmy: oh, my
god. >> people are like looking around and saying, "what's going on?" and then he opens the thing up and she's not in there. i'm like, "never mind, it's magic! [ laughter ] just magic. everybody, calm down." >> jimmy: i'm getting two more beers. anyone want one?" >> "who wants one? i'm cut off at the second quarter? understandable." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what is "hall pass" about? explain to people. it's a pretty funny premise. >> it's a pretty good idea. yeah, the basic idea is -- owen wilson and i are a couple guys that have been married for a while. both of our marriages are a little stale. and our wives give us a week off of marriage to do whatever we want with no consequences. so that can be anything from, you know, sleeping in late, playing golf. to, you know, chasing girls. three of those things, which we do. none of them very good. >> jimmy: you think it's just gonna be a wild, like, "oh, my gosh." >> my character's fired up about it. >> jimmy: you guys are just at an applebee's going, "this is fun." [ light laughter ] >> we're pretty lame dudes. roll around in my honda odyssey. >> jimmy: not as amazing as you
think it's going to be. >> no, no. >> jimmy: which makes it so funny. it's directed by the farrelly brothers. >> yeah, pete and bobby. >> jimmy: yeah, they're the greatest. "there's something about mary," "dumb and dumber." they're the greatest. "fever pitch." >> "fever pitch." >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. [ scattered cheers ] i think it's going to be giant. i'm so excited about this. we have a clip from the movie "hall pass." here is jason sudeikis, everybody. >> hey. >> hi. >> ice coffee, one splenda, right? >> yeah. >> and for your mate? >> same. >> okay. [ imitating camera sounds ] >> what are you doing? what are you doing? >> taking mental photographs. [ imitating camera sounds ] >> you need help. >> no, no, she already got us. thank you. >> it wasn't a question. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm so excited for it, buddy. congratulations on that. it's going to be awesome. hey, when we come back, can we play a new drinking game that i figured out? it's pretty fun. >> yeah, i'd love to. >> jimmy: cool.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody. we're back. we are back. >> i'm trying to clap. i'm trying to clap. >> jimmy: i got you. i could feel the vibe. we're back with jason sudeikis. he and owen wilson star in "hall pass," the new farrelly brothers movie. it opens everywhere today. we're trying a new game. it's called it "the long pour." and the object of the game is for each of us to pour those three beers, one at a time, into a beer mug. then pour the beer mug into our individual cylinders here in the middle table here. [ light laughter ] but we have to do the long pour with these broom sticks, holding
our arms out straight. [ light laughter ] once all of the three beers have been long poured, which everyone one of us has the most beer, not foam, beer, in their cylinder, is the weiner. [ light laughter ] >> how do you pronounce? >> jimmy: winner. >> okay, winner. okay. >> jimmy: i'm sorry. >> winner. >> jimmy: all right, here we go. ready? >> yeah. >> jimmy: let's go. [ light laughter ] >> oh, hell. [ laughter ] [ cheers ] that's hard. that's real hard. that's real hard. >> jimmy: it's not easy. no, it's not easy. >> my urine samples are more impressive than that. all right. all right. here we go. >> jimmy: close race. >> that's real close. >> jimmy: yeah, it's real close. >> here we go. [ cheers ]
we've got a horse race. [ laughter ] all right, that just went all in my hair. [ cheers ] i imagine this feeling is like what it must be like to be underneath a horse when it's taking a leak. [ laughter ] look at this. >> jimmy: i never thought of that. >> secretariat! secretariat! [ laughter ] okay. here we go. >> oh, goodness. >> jimmy: is that your last beer? >> maybe. >> jimmy: i want to wipe my face, but i can't. [ light laughter ] >> oh, there you go. it looks like you have the lead there. >> look at this. >> jimmy: wait, you have the lead, huh? >> yeah, but i've got a little bit more in the hopper here. oh! [ cheers ] ah! [ light laughter ] come on!
>> jimmy: come on, my man. >> there we go. >> jimmy: what's up, dude? >> shake it all out there. >> jimmy: that's it right there. >> and you've got to use like this oil -- you know, right? you remember that trick? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: get the foam out. ladies and gentlemen, there's the winner right there. jason! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ we'll be right back with amber heard from "drive angry 3d." there she is hanging out in the bud light lime green room. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ female announcer ] feel the love!
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks for playing that game with me, my friend. >> jason: absolutely. >> jimmy: i appreciate it. our next guest is a beautiful actress who has appeared in the hits, "pineapple express," and "zombieland." starting today, you can see her opposite nicholas cage in "drive angry 3-d." please welcome amber heard! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you look absolutely gorgeous. thank you for being on. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i'm sorry that your surrounded by two beer -- two dudes that smell like beer. i'm totally coated in -- >> yeah. >> i like that.
i like it. >> jimmy: you do? yeah, yeah. >> jason: well, good. all right. well good. >> jimmy: that's pretty good. then we're off to a good start. >> jason: more beer, please. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: where are you from, amber heard? >> texas. >> jimmy: are you from texas? >> yes, i am. >> jimmy: oh very cool. you've had a couple of beers then, right? >> yeah, yeah. well, maybe one or two. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. absolutely. and your dad -- your dad is also a good texan. he's kind of a famous guy in texas. >> yeah, my dad has kind of become like a local celebrity of type. he's been in a couple of movies now as a featured extra. it's a big deal. >> jimmy: oh really? >> yeah and he shows up on set, and they think he's gone through hair and make up and no joke, that's just how he rolls. ten gallon hat. wranglers. belt buckle. the whole nine. >> jimmy: really? >> handle bar mustache. >> jimmy: yeah, he's got a good 'stache. you took him to the premiere, huh? >> cool dude, yeah. >> jimmy: look at this guy. he's awesome. [ light laughter ] i love him. he looks great. i like that dude there. look at that guy. >> thought you were pointing to me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no. like an orange dan aykroyd. i don't know that guy. >> my stalker. >> jimmy: yeah, your stalker. you're dad -- your dad -- he
loves going to the premieres and stuff? he looks like a good dude. >> yeah, he's been my date to a couple of premieres. >> jimmy: and he's from texas all the time as well? >> yes, he is. born and raised. >> jimmy: born and raised. real deal. >> like a real texan. yeah. >> jimmy: what's his name? >> david heard. >> jimmy: david heard. absolutely, you heard? you heard? >> he hunts and wrangles horses and the whole nine. >> jason: it's a good name for that job. >> yeah, right. >> jason: yeah. herd. >> jimmy: yeah. i don't get it. >> he's the marlboro man. >> jason: herd, you know. >> jimmy: i'm joking. i'm joking. >> jason: go herd. >> jimmy: i got it. >> jason: it's a funny word. >> jimmy: "drive angry 3-d." >> yes. >> jimmy: oh man. i'm excited about this one. this is like one of those grinder movies or -- >> it's insane. it's stupid insane. it's a lot of fun though. >> jimmy: stupid -- yeah. >> yeah, i think that could be like the official tag line. >> jimmy: pete travers said, "stupid, insane." no but it is -- it is just crazy, over the top. >> it's crazy. >> jimmy: it's violent. it's action. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's everything. >> yeah. it's everything. gun fights, loud cars. >> jimmy: nicholas cage is my man. he's never bad in anything. >> saving the world with nicholas cage in a pair daisy dukes. not him, me. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, i was like, "i gotta to see this," but now i'm like, "eh."
>> yeah, fought over them but i won. >> jimmy: i'm just kidding. now, what is the movie about? can you explain it? >> yeah. it's very realistic, very deep. it's nicholas cage plays milton, a hardened criminal who escapes hell to avenge his daughter's death. >> jimmy: he escapes hell? >> yes. >> jimmy: yeah, so this is based on a true story. the guy comes -- [ laughter ] >> very realistic. >> jimmy: -- escapes hell. >> it's very realistic. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah, yeah. it's like watching a reality -- it's like watching "real housewives." >> right. he escapes hell to avenge his daughter's death and save her baby from the satanic cultist that kidnapped her. >> jimmy: okay. >> i know. it's deep. >> jimmy: yeah. which character are you? the baby. >> i play piper, a small-town diner waitress with a bad attitude and a heart of gold. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is so perfect. >> jason: there you go. >> the best part is she has a '69 charger. >> jimmy: a '69 charger. >> yeah. so naturally nick stumbles upon her and thinks that i could -- i could help him out. save the world, you know. >> jimmy: so you drive around in this muscle car. super cool. are you good at driving or --
>> i'm a horrible driver. i will just throw that out there right now. >> jimmy: me too. >> i will not be -- >> jimmy: i am an awful driver. >> i'm bad. >> jimmy: i'm like -- oh i rolled down the window, my blinkers and hand out the window. everyone, like "turning. about to turn." i yell -- yell signals. everything. >> jason: then you started the car. >> jimmy: then i start the car. [ laughter ] it's weird thing. i've never been in one accident. it's fantastic. uh -- i want to talk to you about -- i know you did -- you went to a nascar event and you got the honor of saying, "gentlemen, start your engines." >> yeah. >> jimmy: have you ever done that, jason? >> jason: no. i mean, not at a race. [ laughter ] few bachelorette parties. >> jimmy: "you guys are under arrest." you came dressed as a cop. >> that's saturday night for him. >> jimmy: something like that. >> jason: you know. true enough. >> yeah, i got to be the grand marshal, which is an honor. i mean, i'm from texas, cars, and the whole thing, that's like the apex of awesomeness is the nascar event. >> jimmy: it's so fun. i got a chance to do it, too. did you get good reviews on
your -- 'cause they really take this seriously. >> yeah, it was serious. it kind of went to my head for a sec because people kept coming up to me and telling me, "oh my god, you did such a great job. oh my god, you were so amazing. you did such a good job. oh my god, we love you. you brought a tear to my eye." >> jimmy: a tear to their eye? >> yeah. so i was like, "man, this is like -- i must really rock at saying this. or people must come here and really suck saying it. it's just four words. i'm just that good. so, it was getting to my head and i was like, you know going through the crowd and -- >> jimmy: i could do this every week. this would be a new gig for me. >> yeah. yeah. totally. i mean, i have real potential. so it's just four words but everyone else does it so bad like i'm a pro at it. so finally someone came up to me and said, "man, you did such a good job" and i'm like, "yes, i know. i know. thank you so much." and they were like, "no, i mean really no one has ever really sung the national anthem like that. everyone loved you." >> jimmy: oh no. >> they thought i sang the national anthem because laura bell bundy sang the national anthem and she's a
blonde southern girl. in their defense, looks a lot like me. >> jimmy: what did you say? yeah? >> i was like, "thank you." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: exactly. take credit for it. i remember -- they're like, "don't screw up when you say gentlemen start your engines." don't like - how you going to say it. i'm like, "gentlemen start your engines." they go, "seriously, how you going to say it?" "well, that's it." they're like, "will ferrell was here. he was funny." >> yeah, they did that to me, too. >> jimmy: "well, will ferrell's funnier than me, i guess. i don't know. i'm just here to say it. what do you want me -- i didn't bring any props. i don't know what to do." so i did say it. how did you say it? >> i screamed but okay -- >> jimmy: just give us a taste. >> i should stand up for this. >> jimmy: yeah, sure. >> jason: we should put our hands above our heart, right? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no i don't think we do that. no. no. they don't do that. >> gentlemen, start your engines! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's pretty good. >> i have to give you a run for your money because i hear you're pretty awesome at it yourself.
>> jimmy: yeah, i was not awesome. i screamed as loud as i could and i actually fell down. we have audio of me saying it. here's my audio. [ screaming loudly ] >> jimmy: "gentlemen, start your engines!" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i will never be invited back. never, ever be invited back. >> jason: i was so scared. >> jimmy: i was -- >> jason: "gentlemen" -- "start your" -- "engines!" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not what i do with my hands. [ sound clip ] >> jason: "start your engines!" >> jimmy: i didn't do that. i was manly -- [ laughter ] yeah, i -- that's not why -- [ cheers and applause ] that's not what i sound like at all. >> jason: people -- people will go on tivo. you watch. "huffington post" tomorrow they're gonna be talking about how that's what you sounded like. [ sound clip ] >> jimmy: gentlemen, start your engines! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is an incredible chef and owner of one of new york city's best french restaurants, bar breton. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome chef cyril renaud right here, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] bar breton. my man, cyril, we've known each other a while back. used to go to fleur de sel all the time. i love that restaurant, but bar breton is awesome as well. you're making something special tonigth for me. >> yes, we're making -- we call
it the drunken croque monsieur. >> jimmy: drunken croque monsieur? >> yes, yes. this is a little bit of honey and beer. with the glaze with a -- >> jimmy: love it already. honey and beer. >> yes. putting some ham right in there. >> jimmy: really? >> we're going to macerate that. >> jimmy: just slices of ham? >> just slice of ham. >> jimmy: you are the coolest. i love that you think of this. >> -- with the honey in there. >> jimmy: this is my favorite dinner. i have this like three times a week. >> yes, me, too. [ laughter ] i had it last night. >> jimmy: ham slices and beer and honey. yep. >> so we're going to raise the heat a little bit and we're going to flambé with this, a little bit of whisky. right there. we'll put a little bit more, maybe. it seems like not enough. what do you think? >> jimmy: please, i'm irish, go for it. [ light laughter ] >> do you want to flambé? >> jimmy: just light it up. >> just light it up. it should be -- okay, good. we're good. >> jimmy: hey, look at that. >> so, in the mean time -- >> jimmy: is it still on fire? >> yeah, it's still on fire. >> jimmy: gosh, that frightens me. okay, good. [ light laughter ] >> so, if you want to take this spatula, we're going to take a little bit of butter. >> jimmy: butter, okay. >> yeah, a little bit. just a little bit. >> jimmy: oh, my god. you have two pounds of butter. >> well, i mean, this is french. >> jimmy: yeah, you have to do butter. >> it's kind of like a crust between the crust in between croque monsieur. so, a little bit of butter. >> jimmy: a heart attack. okay, here we go. so, butter here, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right, so, now
what do we do? >> then you put the cheese on. >> jimmy: okay, good. i can do that. good hangover food. >> yes. >> jimmy: or will it make you drunk? >> probably both. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a little bit of both. you've got whiskey, beer, honey. >> beer, honey. >> jimmy: okay. >> american cheese. >> jimmy: i love this. >> we're putting the ham right on. >> jimmy: cyril, i love that you're doing this. this is awesome! are you gonna put this on the menu at bar breton? >> i think i'm gonna go for the brunch. yeah, i think it should be great. you know? >> jimmy: really? you'll do it? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: dude, that'll be awesome. i can get this at bar breton. it'll be fun. we invented it here, you guys. how cool is that? [ applause ] >> fixing it for the show. >> jimmy: this is genius. >> and then close it up. >> jimmy: okay. >> right there. >> jimmy: yeah, i can do this. i can totally do this at home. this is great. i've done this in college on irons before. this is what you do. get a hotplate. this is perfect for a college student. >> so then here we have the final product, which is sautéed on both sides. we're gonna cut this up. >> jimmy: come on, my man. you are the coolest. >> i know. and then what i did also -- oh, yeah, it's burning there. i'm cutting this a little bit. >> jimmy: look at this. >> and then i'm going to do the
final -- what i did is i took some of this reduction here, and i just reduced it a bit more, like a sauce, and i put that right on top, also. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. i cannot wait to eat this. you guys, he is the greatest dude of all time. what is this? >> this is like the first reduction. where it's not to reduce too much. it's kind of like almost a little sake. you know? so, i try to, like, make something different with this, also. >> jimmy: come on. how do you come up with something cool like this? cyril, you're the best. cheers, my man. thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] chef cyril renaud! check out his restaurant, bar breton. have a bite right now, here we go. higbones, get over here. sudukes, come on in, my man. you guys, my thanks to jason sudeikis, amber heard, cyril renaud, itzhak perlman right there, and the greatest band in late night, the roots. [ cheers and applause ] yummy. stay-tuned for "carson daly." thanks for watching. have a great weekend. see you next week. bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪