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the whole lot. they keep them together. that's the point. they keep them in bear jail for a set period of time. and then they transport them to the other side of town. they give them a lift to the use a helicopter to transport it. so this is basically like "the hangover." the bear thinks it's at a a party. [ laughter ] >> jay: he wakes up. he's on the other side of town. he's in a helicopter. the naked korean guy jumping on >> yeah. yeah, they're getting free drugs. getting free drugs and helicopter rides. >> jay: and look at this. >> th f1 the other side of town to a a remote area. and the bear starts waking up on its own. the bear is unharmed. i mean, what a treat to see this majestic animal. these animals, it's -- experts are predicting they may go extinct in the wild in our lifetime. so it was such a treat to get to see this animal. it wakes up. it waits on the ice to form on hudson bay. and once the ice forms it goes out and hunts seals. >> jay: dumb question. i thought they were white, white. >> well, it's fall. they've been rolling around in
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the dirt all summer. so, they haven't cleaned up yet. >> jay: we've got hippos here. tell me about these hippos. >> we went from the world's largest land predator to the second largest l muchachos malos pueden tons, run like the wind and have a bad, bad attitude. >> jay: how fast do they run? >> faster than us. i'll say that. can run. you a fast runner? >> chaz: no. >> jay: i've only got to be faster than you. remember that? >> we can go in the parking lot right now and settle that one. >> jay: what did you learn from these guys? >> well, this is a seriously dangerous animal. >> jay: yeah. >> and the bite force has never been measured. and as you know, i'm into bite force -- >> jay: we did that experiment one time on the show. >> i brought my bite force meter, here. anytime -- when you and russell crowe have a >> jay: i did. i beat him in the bite off. >> -- he's fast and has a a strong bite, like a hippo. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] well, the hippo bite force -- i mean that in a good way. >> jay: what's hippo bite force. >> it had never been measured
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before, for obvious reasons. this is a seriously dangerous animal. we started calling around zoos saying, "look, i want to come in and measure your hippo's bite." and they all laughed. they said, "hell, no, we're not going to let you in the hippo enclosure. it'll kill you." we finally found a zoo in malaysia that said, "yeah, we'll let you come into our hippo enclosure." so, i put a potato on the end of the bite force -- >> jay: did you really think that little thing was going to keep the hippo -- >> wait a minute, look at that. there you go. so i didn't get my reading that time. so, you think we would've learned our lesson? we tried it again. [ audience ohs ] >> a 6-foot high fence. i couldn't have jumped that fence in a million years. but you can feel a hippo bearing down behind you, you get world class abilities. [ laughter ] i went over that. it was like -- >> jay: it would have eaten you, right? >> it would have just cut you in half. >> jay: do they have a a predator? >> they're herbivores. they eat plants. we got the bite force reading.
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it was close to one ton. which makes it one of the strongest biters on the planet. they have no predators. in the wild, crocs don't mess with them, lions don't mess with them. they are kings of their domain out there. so, if you're fast, angry and got a big bite -- >> jay: that's me. >> -- you make the rules. >> jay: all right. folks, you can see the whole "dangerous encounters" all day, the marathon on nat geo wild. [ applause ] brady, thank you buddy. >> appreciate it. >> jay: be right back with foster the people right after this. [ applause ] ♪
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♪e [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: my next guests are a a terrific band from right here in los angeles. they are kicking off their tour in washington on may 30th at the sasquatch festival. this is their debut album, "torches." and tonight they are performing "pumped up kicks," which "spin" magazine calls this year's anthem. please welcome foster the people. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ robert's got a quick hand he'll look around the room he won't tell you his plan ♪ ♪ he's got a rolled cigarette hanging out his mouth he's a cowboy kid yeah he found a six shooter gun ♪
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♪ in his dads closet hidden in a box of fun things and i don't even know what ♪ ♪ but he's coming for you yeah he's coming for you ♪ ♪ all the other kids with the pumped up kicks you'd better run, better run outrun my gun ♪ ♪ all the other kids with the pumped up kicks you'd better run, better run faster than my bullet ♪ ♪ all the other kids with the pumped up kicks you'd better run, better run outrun my gun ♪ ♪ all the other kids with the pumped up kicks you'd better run, better run faster than my bullet ♪ ♪ daddy works a long day he coming home late yeah coming home late and he's bringing me a surprise ♪ ♪ 'cause dinner's in the kitchen and it's packed in ice i've waited for a long time ♪
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♪ yeah the slight of my hand is now a quick pull trigger i reason with my cigarette ♪ ♪ and say your hair's on fire you must have lost your wits, yeah ♪ ♪ all the other kids with the pumped up kicks you'd better run, better run outrun my gun ♪ ♪ all the other kids with the pumped up kicks you'd better run, better run faster than my bullet ♪ ♪ all the other kids with the pumped up kicks you'd better run, better run outrun my gun ♪ ♪ all the other kids with the pumped up kicks you'd better run, better run faster than my bullet ♪ ♪ yeah run run run ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ all the other kids with the pumped up kicks you'd better run, better run outrun my gun ♪ ♪ all the other kids with the pumped up kicks you'd better run, better run faster than my bullet ♪ ♪ all the other kids with the pumped up kicks you'd better run, better run outrun my gun ♪ ♪ all the other kids with the pumped up kicks you'd better run, better run faster than my bullet ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: foster the people, nice job, guys.
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thank you, gentlemen. thanks, guys. i want to thank my guests, chaz bono, dr. brady barr, foster the people. tomorrow night, piers morgan will be here. jimmy fallon happening right now. jimmy? ♪ [ cheers and applause ] 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 --
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody! oh, it's going to be a great night. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. hope you're feeling great. we're going to have fun tonight. [ cheers and applause ] it's going to be good. it's going to be a fun night. hey, guys, listen to this. one of sarah palin's supporters is about to release a documentary about her called "the undefeated." really? "the undefeated?" [ laughter ] that's like a documentary about arnold schwarzenegger called "the faithful." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's right. someone made a two-hour documentary about sarah palin's political life. in case you're interested in watching a movie that's longer than palin's actual political life. speaking of the palins, in a new interview, bristol palin says she doesn't plan on having more kids any time soon. but then she added, "but that never stopped me before." [ laughter ]
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i just saw this, president obama is planning a state visit to puerto rico in june. i'm sorry, "a state visit to puerto rico"? i'm pretty sure that's a vacation to puerto rico. [ laughter ] "we also have just normalized diplomatic relations with sandals resort in jamaica, so i've got to get over there and make sure -- apparently they stopped doing massages. [ laughter ] so we've got to get down to it and see what they're doing over there. nightmare. nightmare over there." some election news. donald trump now says he may run for president as an independent. and when donald trump says he's going to do something, donald trump says he's going to do something. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] "i may run and that is a beautiful thing!" and get this, former new york mayor rudy giuliani is apparently thinking about running for president. that would bring us to 7 candidates and about 35 ex-wives, that's what it's up
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to right now? that's the count? [ laughter ] check this out, a new study found that oprah's fans are going to feel a sense of overwhelming loneliness when her show goes off the air. [ audience aws ] but that's only if oprah tells them to. [ laughter ] "not yet." hey, a recent study found that women are more attracted to guys who are moody as opposed to guys who are happy all the time. although, personally i find that study -- i don't know, it just kind of bums me out. [ cheers and applause ] studies are stupid anyway, right? [ laughter ] and finally, new research shows that having a long commute to work increases your chance of getting a divorce by 40%. or as bill clinton put it, "i think i'll take the scenic route today." [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show tonight! give it up for the roots! ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey! hey, everybody! we have -- our first book is released this week. "thank you notes" is a book! [ cheers and applause ] it's $12. it's $12. what's $12? >> steve: nothing, it's like a third of a cup of coffee. >> jimmy: you can get a smart car for $12. >> steve: yeah, come on. >> jimmy: but 12 bucks at stores everywhere. if you haven't bought it, it's okay, because i have an idea. it's an idea, an experiment i want to try. on, they have this sales rank that tells you how popular your book is and all that stuff. i don't know what the number one book is now, snooki's book, i think. [ laughter ] but they do it by the hour. okay, so every hour, you see who sold the most books and they're the number one book or number two book. so, what i want to do is tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. east coast
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time, 12:00 noon on the west coast, if you didn't buy it yet, or even if you did buy it, go on amazon and buy it again. [ laughter ] it's like 6 bucks on amazon, they have some special deal. it's like $6.50 or something. you get that between 3:00 and 4:00 new york time and 12:00 and 1:00 west coast time. we'll be the number one book in the country, you guys, by 4:00 p.m. [ cheers and applause ] and then we'll get a screen grab of it. none will be the wiser. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: except i will put it on t-shirts and mugs. >> steve: yeah. mugs, t-shirts, cars. >> jimmy: frisbees. yeah, saying that we were the number one book in the country. we beat snooki's book for one hour. that's what i'm looking for. that's what i'm talking about. we can do it, you guys. >> steve: we can do it. [ cheers and applause ] come on. 3:00. >> jimmy: it's got a back cover and a front cover. you guys, we've got a great show tonight. one of the stars of "kung fu panda 2," our pal lucy liu is here. [ cheers and applause ] she's the best, so much fun. from the new york giants football organization,
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justin tuck is dropping by! [ cheers and applause ] we're going to catch up with j. tuck, and he and i are going to shoot a little pool together. >> steve: there you go. >> jimmy: yep. also, celebrating his 75th birthday here in new york, he's a legendary fixture in the '60s as well as the '70s, '80s, '90s and whatever you call this decade, an entertainer, an activist, and just an all around cool dude, wavy gravy is here. [ cheers and applause ] he's the most -- he's like the happiest guy on earth. smiling, he's just the most positive guy. he's a hard working guy. and we've got some great music. like we don't have enough show right there. the one and only -- i'm so excited to say this, david crosby and graham nash are here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] crosby and nash! they have the best harmonies around, ever in the history of anyone harmonizing. i think they have the best. you guys, it's time for "late night hashtags." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ hash tags hash tags ♪ ♪ hash tags hash tags ♪ ♪ hash tags ♪ >> jimmy: all right, guys, these are our lists on twitter where
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we give you the topic and you send in the tweets. so yesterday, i went on twitter and i started a hash tag called "i went there." and i asked you guys at home to tweet out something everyone's thinking but no one wants to say out loud. basically, something that makes you want to say "oh, i went there." [ light laughter ] so we got thousands of tweets. i was watching them come in all night. it was great, so now i thought i'd share some of my favorite "i went there" tweets from you guys. here we go. the first tweet is from @roybaddie23. he says "if your facebook profile pick is of your dog instead of you, you probably made a wise choice." [ laughter ] he went there. yeah, he went there. this one's from @hybe13. he says "is it just me or did the taco bell chihuahua disappear right before the fake beef scandal." [ audience ohs ] [ cheers and applause ] never thought about that. >> steve: yo quiero. >> jimmy: i didn't go there. >> steve: no, he went there. >> jimmy: he went there, yeah. >> steve: he bought the ticket,
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packed up the bag, got in the bus -- >> jimmy: went there, took pictures, came back, had a slide show party at his house. >> steve: exactly, because he went there. >> jimmy: he totally went there. this one's from @andrewsigwart. he says "schwarzenegger's maid must have had a great personality." [ audience ohs ] [ applause ] looks like a very nice person. >> steve: oh, my gosh, very nice person. >> jimmy: very sexy name, mildred. >> steve: oh, my god, yes. [ as schwarzenegger ] >> jimmy: "you'd better in here, mildred, and clean up. what's going on over here? quickly, quickly!" >> steve: quickly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "it's not a tumor! i have something that needs polishing in the bedroom right now. [ audience ohs ] mildred! get in here!" >> steve: "i want to do it from the i'll be back." [ laughter ] but i did not go there. >> jimmy: yeah, you didn't go there. >> steve: that guy went there. >> jimmy: he went there. >> steve: i saw him on kayak. >> jimmy: he bought a t-shirt and gave it to me. >> steve: i went there and all i
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got was a stupid t-shirt. >> jimmy: this one's from @kellyohmo. she says "stop saying i'm bringing sexy back. bitch, you are the reason sexy left." [ audience groans ] [ as schwarzenegger ] "mildred, you bring sexy back now. [ laughter ] you left sexy all alone. freezing in a cave somewhere, get over here and bring it with you. oh, forget it. don't even bring it." >> steve: forget it. >> jimmy: "just get in here now! [ laughter ] polish it! polish something in here! >> steve: "hasta la vista, it's a baby." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "hasta la vista, it's a baby." very cute, looks like me." >> steve: very cute. thank you. it looks just like me. >> jimmy: "80 pounds. that's a great baby. is it time? i got to arm wrestle the baby
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now. [ laughter ] sit on daddy's breast. there you go. get over here. beautiful baby, speedo looking diapers. [ laughter ] they look very nice on you." >> steve: "oil him up! oil up the baby." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "give him his protein bottle and put him back in the crib." >> steve: "and clean and jerk. i'm talking to you, mildred!" >> jimmy: "just the name mildred, the ring of that name is bringing sexy back." [ laughter ] this one's from @dailydoodle. he says "social gatherings are pretty much a two-hour countdown to when we're all allowed to fart again." [ laughter ] >> steve: social gatherings? >> jimmy: any social gatherings? >> jimmy: it's a two hour countdown -- >> steve: gathered in a social arrangement. >> jimmy: everyone's like waiting for it? >> steve: yeah, social gathering.
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you going to the social gathering later? >> jimmy: i am, yeah. i'm pretty much -- i don't know this guy. [ light laughter ] this one's from @mandysue13. she says "girl, you know you shouldn't wear spanks when it makes you look like a busted can of biscuits." [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] [ as schwarzenegger ] >> steve: "put the bun in the oven!" >> jimmy: "put the bun in the oven." >> steve: "i'm going to eat you!" >> jimmy: "i'm the pillsbury dough boy, put your finger in my tummy. he-he-he-ha-ha!" [ laughter ] this one's from @littlechiz618. she says "lady gaga looks like paul from the 'wonder years.'" [ audience ohs ] let's look at the picture. [ laughter ]
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[ cheers and applause ] >> steve: uh-oh! oh, no, you didn't! >> jimmy: i didn't go there. >> steve: no, i didn't go there. >> jimmy: littlechiz went there. >> steve: littlechiz went there. [ as schwarzenegger ] "speaking of little --" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "mildred! [ laughter ] >> steve: "get in here now with your windex and your endust and the what not." >> jimmy: "i'm hungry, who wants a bratwurst?" [ yodeling ] [ laughter ] this one's from @ramsville. he says "do i really have to high five you because we both like guacamole." [ laughter ] i just like that one because like -- i guess so. this one's from @mkdontplay. she says "it'd be nice if rappers would stop sampling police sirens in their songs so
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i can stop thinking i'm being pulled over." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] [ imitates siren ] >> jimmy: get out of the car! get out of the car. [ beatboxes ] are you eating all your drugs? how many drugs -- you are immediately, you think -- you have a lot of drugs with you in your car. >> steve: i always take them with me in my car. >> jimmy: oh, man. this is the last one here. this one's from @hbomb84. she says "one of the greatest joys in life is when i find an old friend on facebook and they've gotten fat." [ laughter ] oh, yeah! yeah! there you have it. those are tonight's late night hash tags. to check out all of these and more of our favorites, go to we'll be right back with more "late night." thanks for watching! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: hey, i like to rent a car at the airport and i like to go real fast. >> well, i like to rent a car at the airport and i like to go real slow, with the wind blowing through my hair so my fingers don't get all sweaty on the steering wheel. >> jimmy: well who cares, i want to go fast. >> well, i just want to go real slow and just like, stop over -- pull over, take some snapshots and stuff. [ laughter ] enjoy the ride and put it -- put it in cruise control and just sit back and enjoy the -- just enjoy the heated seats. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: heated seats?! i like to go fast when i rent a car at the airport. what the hell are we going to do? i'll tell you guys what to do. you go to hertz. whether you're the gas, and want to go fast or the brake and want to go slow, they've got you covered. hertz, we're at the airport and close by in your neighborhood. the gas or the brake -- which one are you. go to [ cheers and applause ]
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my tummy's turnin' and i'm feeling kinda homesick ♪ ♪ too much pressure and i'm nervous that's when the taxi man turned on the radio ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ and a jay-z song was on and a jay-z song was on and a jay-z song was on ♪ so i put my hands up the butterflies fly away noddin' my head like yeah ♪ ♪ movin' my hips like yeah put my hands up they're playing my song i know i'm gonna be okay ♪ ♪ yeah yeah
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it's a party in the usa ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ so hard with my girls not around me it's definitely not a nashville party ♪ ♪ 'cause all i see are stilettos i guess i never got the memo i put my hands up ♪ ♪ they're playin' my song the butterflies fly away noddin' my head like yeah movin' my hips like yeah ♪ ♪ so i put my hands up they're playing my song i know i'm gonna be okay
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yeah ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ it's a party in the usa yeah yeah ♪ ♪ it's a party in the usa yeah yeah ♪ ♪ it's a party in the usa ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: our first guest is a beautiful actress who's credits include the "kill bills" and "charlie's angles" films. starting tomorrow she's back in as voice of viper in the animated "kung fu panda 2." ladies and gentlemen, please welcome lucy liu. ♪ ♪ my lovely, lovely lucy baby my lovely, lovely lucy liu ♪
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♪ my lovely, lovely lucy baby my lovely, lovey lucy liu ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: lucy liu! welcome back to the show. >> woo! i love being here. what about the roots? >> jimmy: i mean, come on, give it up for the roots. there we go. [ cheers and applause ] you can't beat those guys. >> i love them. >> jimmy: they're the greatest. i love all of them. yeah. you -- where have you been? what have you been up to? i haven't seen you in like a year. >> oh, my god. i've been -- i know, i've been traveling a lot. i was just in china. i was shooting "the man with iron fists." >> jimmy: oh, yeah. what is -- can you explain this again? >> okay. riza wrote a script. >> jimmy: rza from woo tang
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>> rza from woo tang clan. >> jimmy: he wrote a script? >> he wrote a script. and not only did he write. he directed it. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. and russell crow is in it, and we -- it's a -- it's like -- it's a period piece in the 1800s. so, we're up, like, in these crazy outfits. yeah, rza. never underestimate. >> jimmy: in the 1800s? >> yeah, full-on, like, warrior costumes. really cool. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: it turned out great, huh? >> he did a great job. >> jimmy: it's like an action movie? >> it's an action movie. there's a bunch of stuff in it. it's love story. it's an action movie. >> jimmy: so that's pretty cool. you were in china for how long? >> i was in china. i visited. i was there for, like, four or five weeks. and then after that, i went down to -- i went south and visited a community where they had children -- you know, i partnered up with heinz and i'm doing this campaign with them. they have this heinz micronutrient campaign to try to combat, basically, anemia. iron deficiency anemia for kids around the world.
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i was like, "i can't play beer pong." >> jimmy: it's not -- there's not a real skill level. [ laughter ] >> also, i had to do a show that night. and they're like -- they wouldn't, like, change the beer. i was like, can you guys put, like, apple cider in there and just shake it up? they're like, "no, we've got to put beer in them." >> jimmy: people get drunk on our show! that's what we do. yeah. >> i know. i was like -- i have -- "i have to do broadway tonight." >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> and they're, "no, won't mix it up for you." i was like -- >> jimmy: were you sloppy that night? >> dude, i lost it. every time i drank. and i had to drink the whole thing. >> jimmy: i'm so sorry. you should have seen betty white coming out of here. [ laughter ] that was the worst. that i felt bad about. i felt bad about that. >> that might have been my best performance. >> jimmy: you also went to italy. >> i was in italy, yeah. >> jimmy: this was very cool. you -- you -- i know you always do paintings and sculpture, too. didn't you do that? >> yeah, i was doing that, and then i finally, sort of -- like, three years ago i started compiling a book of paintings. one set of paintings, like, 70 paintings and stuff. and i finally went to verona where they print this -- they have this incredible print shop. and i decided to go and visit. because you have to sort of check out -- i mean, the book is all black and white. but in the black paintings they have, like, yellow and magenta and blues. i mean, there's so many different colors that go into black. so i went to check out --
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>> jimmy: to make black black. >> to make black black. yeah. >> jimmy: i know that from play-dough. [ laughter ] when i was a kid i just mixed them all together -- >> -- and it made it black. >> jimmy: yeah. that's pretty good. end up with al the different colors in there. but, look at this. how big is this guy? >> that guy is actually that size. >> jimmy: it is his size? >> it is his size. yeah. >> jimmy: i just didn't know if it was bigger or smaller. >> no, this is it. this is the size. >> jimmy: could be that way, too. could be that way. >> could be anyway you can make. >> jimmy: could be like pacman. >> yeah. >> jimmy: wocka, wocka, wocka, wocka, wocka. [ laughter ] >> exactly. >> jimmy: this is pretty cool. >> so, they have like blues and reds in the blacks. you can't really tell, but there's actually blues in that black, as well. i mean, this is something i learned when i was there. >> jimmy: yeah. this one i can kind of see different colors in this. >> yeah. >> jimmy: am i crazy? >> that's got blues in it, too. no, you're not. >> jimmy: yeah, there are different colors. >> a little bit crazy could be good crazy. >> jimmy: yeah. but the same with the blue. i see blues in there. >> it's got blues and you can add, like, reds to make it -- >> jimmy: if anyone at with a high-def television set. >> yeah. and sometimes -- >> jimmy: and if you have a 3d television set, woo! >> -- it pops out. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is pretty fun, though. this is really cool. when does this come out? >> that's going to come out in the fall.
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>> jimmy: gosh. and now "kung fu panda 2" is going to be the biggest movie in the history of the world. >> i don't know. it's like, people love it. >> jimmy: it is. it is renowned. i can tell you -- >> kids are, like, screaming. they love jack black. >> the first one was like, what -- $615 million worldwide? >> it was crazy. it was crazy. >> jimmy: or something crazy like that. >> it was really successful. yeah. >> jimmy: almost $700 million made off one movie. >> i didn't even look at the numbers. i just knew that kids liked it. >> jimmy: i did. i studied the numbers. yeah, yeah, yeah. i was like, can't you invent another animal that i can do the voice of? come on. >> oh, my god. >> jimmy: got like a rat that goes in the zoo or something? i can do that. and this one's 3d, as well. >> this one is going to be 3d, which is really fun. >> jimmy: what's the plot of this one? >> basically jack black's character, po, is on a quest to find his roots. because he finds out that his father is not his, real biological father. >> jimmy: hmm! >> so, it's sort of that definition of who you are and what makes you. >> jimmy: very, very cool. >> and then, we have a cool bad guy in it, too. >> jimmy: yeah, who is it? >> gary oldman. >> jimmy: gary oldman. >> yeah. really good, amazing voice. >> jimmy: come on. that guy's the best. right? we have a clip of "kung fu panda 2." here's the great lucy liu and jack black.
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>> oh, sorry! ♪ >> now! >> ya! >> gotcha. huh? >> what? where did he go? >> spread out. search everywhere! >> who's that over there? >> is "there" a part of "everywhere"? >> i guess. let's search there! >> all right. follow me! ♪ >> they must be close. i can feel a kung fu chill riding up my spine. >> sorry, po. it's just me. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: lucy liu! "kung fu panda 2" is in theaters on thursday. go check it out! we'll be right back with justin tuck, everybody! ♪ thanks to the venture card from capital one we get double miles on every purchase, so me and the boys earned a trip to dc twice as fast! oh hi! we get double miles every time we use our card. and since double miles add up fast... one more chariot please. ...we can bring the whole gang! i
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♪ jimmy: our next guest this evening is a super bowl champion with the new york giants and a valued member of this community. on thursday, june 2nd, he is hosting a big celebrity billiards tournament here in new york city that will raise money for children's literacy program. please welcome a friend of our show, new york giants', justin tuck everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: how you doing, my man? >> i'm great. i'm great. >> jimmy: all good? >> all's good. all's -- oh, i forgot. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> there we go. >> jimmy: that's what everyone's doing. yeah. >> that's the new thing. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. thanks for coming back. >> aw, man. >> jimmy: i love that you're so active in the community. you always do all these -- i mean, every other -- every time you have free time, you're doing some type of community service thing or charity thing. i know you do a bunch of fun things. >> yeah, man. we stay busy. that's a passion for me and my wife. we do a lot of stuff. we have own charity. children's literacy is our focus, and we stay pretty active. >> yeah. i mean, i just saw you on some interview. they're asking, like -- oh, about the nfl lockout and what you think of that. and you had a great answer. you were like, i could care less about these lockouts when these tornadoes are happening, and these people are dying. >> i mean, yeah. there's more important things in the world than, you know -- i think the coach was saying millionaires and billionaires fighting over how to split up $9 billion. there's a lot more important things in the world that's going on right now. and we'll play football. i know, that's the -- that's the question everyone wants to ask me when i'm walking through new york.
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football, it'll be there. but like i said, it's being able to help these people out that couldn't help themselves. for me, that's more of a, you know, a pressing need. >> jimmy: yeah. you had us scared. very cool. [ cheers and applause ] i think that's so cool because you don't have to do that. [ applause ] your sister is going to school in alabama? where is she? >> yeah, she's a sophomore at the university of alabama. and as you know, the tornadoes went right down the heart of tuscaloosa. so, we had a scare -- about a three-hour scare of not knowing, you know, if she was okay. it was a draft night. so i wasn't paying attention to the weather. >> jimmy: you weren't watching the weather channel? >> i wasn't watching the weather channel that night. >> jimmy: yeah. no. >> so, she actually went on facebook and let us know that everybody was doing okay, and she was fine. but it was a scare for three hours. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh.
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that must have been awful. but she's fine. and then, immediately, you went out to do relief for tornado victims? >> yeah, we partnered with jp morgan chase, an organization called world vision, donated $300,000 and some hygiene kits, some book bags. we're partnering with a lot of schools down there, that lost their libraries, to donate books and reading materials to these schools that, you know -- some schools got totally flattened. so we got a lot of great things going on around -- >> jimmy: you jumped right through it. and i'm telling you, that's the type of fun thing that you like to do as a celebrity. i mean, i -- >> thank you. >> jimmy: i'm going to do something, too. i mean, i'd like to donate to your charity. go to >> there's a big donate button on the website, and also you can go to >> jimmy: i'm definitely going to put some stuff into that. and everyone else should too. it's a great -- a good man. [ cheers and applause ] this pool -- this billiards event -- >> okay. >> jimmy: this billiards event, you're doing, i wasn't invited, thank you so much. and the -- [ laughter ] but i can play, right now, if you want to for a little billiards game. okay? >> okay. >> jimmy: all right. and if you do this, i'll throw
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in 100 bones to the charity. okay? >> my man. let's go. yeah, right, yeah. yeah, for the whole group. let's do this. let's -- well, let's see what we -- >> you want to break? >> jimmy: well, here's what -- no, thanks. [ laughter ] let's do -- the only way i can beat you is if we do it really fast. so, this is speed pool. i'll put two minutes on the clock. and then whoever can sink the most balls in two minutes wins the game. >> so this is your way of cheating, basically. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: ridiculous. is this how the billiards night is going to go down? hey, you ready. and -- as soon as you break we're starting. >> really? >> jimmy: yep. >> okay. ♪ >> jimmy: all right. very good. sunk one. big deal. [ laughter ] has to be the same color. >> if i don't -- if i don't shoot anymore, i win. >> jimmy: i know, but don't think like that. come on. [ laughter ] no strategy involved. just hit as many balls in as you can. yeah, yeah, yeah. that was pretty ridiculous. [ laughter ]
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all right, big deal. [ audience oohs ] >> i have no shots whatsoever here. >> jimmy: yeah, it's perfect. what's that? >> cheating. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. hey. oh. [ cheers and applause ] hurry up! hurry up! >> i don't have anything. >> jimmy: i have a minute left for me to win! [ audience oohs ] [ applause ] yes! go in! >> there we go. i'm not supposed to beat you too bad on your own show, right? >> jimmy: oh, my god. [ cheers and applause ] aw. yes, all right. here we go. come on. [ cheers ] is there anything? do i have anything? >> this ain't golf. [ cheers and applause ] [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: don't sink the eight ball. like that's possible, come on. >> go. >> jimmy: all right.
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[ laughter ] all right. here we go. how much time we got? >> let's call it -- let's call it decent. >> jimmy: all right. good. i like this. >> you got one. >> jimmy: all right. >> you've got a lot of catching up to do. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how much time do i got? >> too much. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i can do -- i can -- the ball, it went off my -- >> that counts. that counts. that counts. [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: wait. does that mean i lose? hit one. yeah, i hit one. going around the world, man. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i just got killed, right? [ buzzer ] i lost on my own show. this is the worst! you're the best. thank you. ♪ justin tuck, everybody! after the break, we'll talk to a legend, wavy gravy's here. stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a legend. he's hosted all three woodstock festivals and he remains an entertainer and activist to this day. this weekend, he's in town hosting a star-studded 75th birthday benefit concert here in new york city. say hello to the clown prince of the hippy movement, the one and only wavy gravy! ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: here, would you like some water? your fish? >> this is a fish out of water, actually. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: if he wants a little sip, there's a sip right there if he needs it. >> okay. >> jimmy: nice to see you, wavy, do i call you wavy or mr. gravy or wavy gravy? what do i call you? >> mr. gravy if you're from "the new york times." >> jimmy: no, i'm not. but actually your real name is hugh -- >> nanton romney. >> jimmy: yes. hugh nanton romney. >> but i became wavy gravy at the texas pop festival after woodstock, we went to texas. they were having a rodeo and a rock festival, and there was a little friction, so they brought in the hog farm -- >> jimmy: yeah. which is your commune, right? >> exactly. and i'm laying on the free stage on lake dallas. >> jimmy: you're laying on the
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floor? >> of the free stage. >> jimmy: well still, it's free. you're not paying money for this. they're going to watch you lay down. >> the actual concert was in a speedway six miles away. so suddenly this p.a. -- b.b. king is here with his bus, he's going to play for free. could we clear the stage, please. and i started to get up, it was before one of my multitudes of back surgeries and i feel this hand on my shoulder. and i looked up, and there was b.b. king and he looks down at me and says, "you wavy gravy." and i said, "yes, sir." he says, "well, wavy gravy, i can work around you." and he leans me up against his amplifier, pulls out his guitar named lucille. from out of the other side of the stage cam johnny winter, and they jammed until sunrise and a tiny tip of texas went to heaven. >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. [ cheers and applause ] there you go. wavy gravy.
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oh, good. i thought that was something else. i thought that was something else. >> jimmy: and also, people might know wavy gravy as a ben and jerry's flavor. that's based on you. >> yum! >> jimmy: it is really delicious. can i just say, though, it's caramel, cashew, brazil nut ice cream with chocolate hazelnut, fudge swirl and roasted almonds. it's basically a bucket of nuts. [ laughter ] have you ever thought about that? is that hilarious? >> the most complicated and politically correct flavor known to human kind. and i got dumped for not being cost effective. mrs. gravy said she knew i wasn't cost effective all along. [ laughter ] but all the royalties used to go to send economically challenged kids to camp winter rainbow. >> jimmy: i love winter rainbow. >> which is a circus and performing arts camp that i run with my wife for over 30 years. >> jimmy: and congratulations. happy birthday, by the way, i should say to you. 75. >> yeah, 75. >> jimmy: that's great, buddy. hey, that's awesome. what is that benefit for? what is that?


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