tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC July 19, 2012 12:35am-1:35am PDT
♪ i just want to listen telling me i'm invincible i'm invincible i'm invincible ♪ ♪ telling me i'm invincible i'm invincible i'm invincible i am ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: nice job. mgk, ester dean. nice work. that was very good. you really clean up nice. good job, my friend. >> thanks, man. >> jay: nice work. i want to thank my guests, newt gingrich, nicole "snooki" polizzi and mgk and ester dean. tomorrow night, rachel weisz will be here. but jimmy fallon's happening right now. jimmy, take it. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! it's going to be a good one tonight. thank you very much, everybody. tonight, new york city. welcome. welcome -- [ cheers and applause ] welcome, everyone, to "late night with jimmy fallon." this is huge for new yorkers. last night, the knicks decided to let go of jeremy lin. [ boos ] allowing him to join the houston rockets. and, if that weren't bad enough, the knicks actually had jason kidd drive him to the airport. [ audience ohs ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: and that's where i said enough is enough. i said to him. i said enough is enough. did you guys see this? in an interview with espn, president obama said that 1992's dream team was better than this year's olympic basketball team. which is interesting, since a lot of people think 1992's president was also better than this year's. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: it's interesting.
>> steve: yeah, a lot of people. >> jimmy: i said this is too much. >> steve: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: get this, guys. it turns out that when mitt romney was in charge of the salt lake city olympics, some of the uniforms were made in burma. >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: that is ridiculous. you don't make american uniforms in burma. you make them in china. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that was a -- i said enough is enough, man. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: it's been a rough week for mitt romney. yesterday, ron paul and rick perry called on romney to release his tax returns. and if ron paul and rick perry tell you to do something, you really don't have to do it. [ laughter ] you really -- i mean, it doesn't really matter. who cares? >> steve: enough is enough. >> jimmy: you guys hear about this? there's a new slow-moving storm in the pacific called hurricane fabio. [ laughter ] yeah, meteorologists expect
hurricane fabio to touch the coastline, caress it softly and then whisper, "i can't believe it's not butter." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] enough is enough. that's what i said to him. aw, this is really nice, you guys. today american airlines honored an 86-year-old mechanic who has been with the company for 70 years. passengers were like, "aw, that's so sweet. but he didn't fix this plane, did he?" [ laughter ] "get him out of here. give him a watch." >> steve: thank you. >> jimmy: don't fix my plane. >> steve: no, enough is enough. >> jimmy: hey, this is really fun news. i just read that pixar is planning to release a sequel to "finding nemo" in 2016. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yep. it's called "you guys really need to keep a better eye on nemo." [ laughter ]
lost again. check this out. a new study found that facebook games can cause kids to develop gambling problems. that is not good, no. you'd hate to see a kid's gambling addiction get in the way of their facebook addiction. [ laughter ] 'cause that's what you want them to -- >> steve: yeah, that's the real -- >> jimmy: and finally -- this is crazy. a man in tennessee was arrested for operating a chainsaw while he was in the nude. [ laughter ] apparently, the police got a 911 call from a very nervous couple -- his testicles. we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you for watching, guys. big show tonight. hey, guys, we get to do so much great music on our show, as
shown on our very first album, "blow your pants off," which is released right now for this summer. this is our cd full of all our music stuff. well, nbc recognized this, and so next wednesday, we are getting our own primetime music special. ♪ 10:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. on nbc. i'm talking carly rae jepsen singing "call me maybe" with the roots on classroom instruments. i'm talking paul mccartney. i'm talking bruce springsteen. [ cheers and applause ] i'm talking slow jamming the news with the president of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] all of our greatest stuff will air this wednesday, 10:00 p.m., primetime, for the first time ever. so, tell your friends. tell your enemies. tell whoever you think will enjoy some good comedy and music. set your tivos and dvrs and vcrs -- if you still have that technology going. that's good, right? vcrs are great. >> steve: i do my betamax every day. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: set it to next
wednesday, july 25th at 10:00 p.m. for "jimmy fallon's primetime music special, you guys." [ cheers and applause ] it's gonna blow your pants off. so excited. major. major. we have a huge show tonight, you guys. he's a great actor starring in aaron sorkin's new show, "the newsroom." he's killing it on that show. jeff daniels is here! [ cheers and applause ] he's a fun guy. she's a special correspondent for "today" and will be part of the nbc team covering the summer olympics. jenna bush hager is stopping by here today. [ cheers and applause ] she's fun. >> steve: fun. >> jimmy: and, back again -- i thought it was a mistake when i woke up this morning and looked at the schedule. who's on our show tonight? i go, this is great. i love jenna bush. i love jeff daniels. and then i went -- [ laughter ] i said there's no way we're bringing this lunatic back. yeah. i almost hate him. >> steve: yes. >> jimmy: i don't use the word hate. >> steve: but you almost --
>> jimmy: i loathe him. >> steve: you loathe him. >> jimmy: jeff musial is back here with his animals. [ cheers and applause ] he brings these animals on here. he's a lunatic. and he comes out with all these baby animals and stuff, and then he, like, throws snakes on me and stuff. >> steve: he threw some fake snakes. >> jimmy: he's out of control. he talks to the roots like he knows the roots. and, like, he just -- and he's a nuisance. he's a real nuisance. he should be put in a cage. >> steve: because enough is enough. >> jimmy: but anyway, he's here. jeff musial is here. [ cheers and applause ] and he's bringing out his animals. they're fun. then we have music tonight that is going to blow your pants off. these guys -- get ready. i mean, they're going to rock your socks. >> steve: your pants. >> jimmy: your pants and your underpants. they'll leave your underpants on. >> steve: yeah, they'll leave your underpants alone. yeah. >> jimmy: they're unbelievable. >> steve: no swimsuit area. >> jimmy: refused is on the show tonight, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] first time ever on american tv. >> steve: whoa! >> jimmy: it's gonna be pretty major. super treat.
hey, guys, raise your hand if you're either a man or a woman. [ laughter ] all right, that's what i thought. me, too. and you know, one thing i've really noticed lately is that men and women are totally different. they almost never see eye to eye. in fact, sometimes they can be in the exact same situation and be thinking two totally different things. what kind of things are men and women thinking? let's find out together in a segment we call, "he said, she said." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now, you guys might not realize this, but i have a real knack for telling what's on people's minds. i don't like to brag about it, but i'm kind of a psychic that way. yeah, thank you. like, for example, take a look at this right here. here we see a man and a woman at church. they've got their choir books open. and i can tell that he's thinking, "i love singing from the hymnal." and she's thinking something very different. she's thinking, "i love pretending to sing from the hymnal while reading "50 shades of grey." [ laughter ] two people in the same situation. two very different viewpoint.
>> steve: it's amazing. >> jimmy: let's keep going. here we see a nice couple embracing one another on the beach. they look very much in love. she's thinking, "when i stand here, i can see your beautiful eyes. and he's thinking, "when i put my thumb here, i can't see your weird butt chin." sorry. i know what they're thinking, but i couldn't say it. >> steve: right, it comes out wrong. so he, with his thumb, is covering up what he thinks is a weird butt chin. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: so she has a cleft on her chin akin to a butt. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> steve: but you can tell that from looking at the picture. >> jimmy: thank you. yeah, just i say, like -- here's another example. here is a young couple hanging out in the park on a very nice summer day. she is thinking, "he's such a sweetheart." and he is thinking, "right over there is where i buried my first wife." [ audience ohs ] isn't that true? yeah, got to be honest. without honesty, what do you have? let's keep going. here's a young couple strolling on the beach together. he's thinking, "i didn't know i
could love you so." and she's thinking, "i didn't know men got camel toe." [ audience ohs ] well, you think this thing and it happens, and you just say. >> jimmy: i said this much is too much. it's enough. >> steve: same space and time. >> jimmy: yeah. here's the last one. [ light laughter ] >> steve: uh oh. >> jimmy: a couple in bed together. looks like there's trouble in paradise. she's thinking, "this never happened when i was with brad." and he's thinking, "this never happened when i was with brad." [ laughter ] that's all the "he said, she said" we have time for, you guys. thank you. stick around. we'll be right back with jeff musial, everybody. whoa! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ let'"that looks hard"oject from
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please welcome back to the show, our so-called animal expert, here is jeff musial, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hey man. >> my boys. hardest working band in the world right there. >> jimmy: yeah. me and tariq were talking, we're going to do some, like, shows together. >> jimmy: you and tariq -- >> he'll be rhyming, i'm bringing out animals, it's going to be unique. >> jimmy: i don't think so. >> it will be sweet. >> jimmy: i don't think you will. >> and then you have refused on tonight. what? [ cheers and applause ] dude, you know how many stage dives i used to do? i used to walk on people's heads when they would play. my mom's like, "i raised you in catholic school and you're running on people's heads, what's wrong with you?" you know? >> jimmy: something just jump? is everything okay? >> just the kid from the last show. >> jimmy: i never -- i don't know what's going to happen when you have these animals. >> this is a possum. north american possum. so cool, right? >> jimmy: opossum, or possum? >> opossum. i found him off an alley on
broadway. and -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a rat. you brought a rat onto the show. >> no it's not. it's a possum. normally you don't see them like this. normally you see them on the side of the road. or in that commercial, you ever see that? the thing's laying on the ground with the kids and he's like, oh, did you buy a puppy? dad, did you buy us a puppy? he goes, he's just playing possum, and then the thing jumps up and the kid's screaming. he goes, yeah, he's up. [ laughter ] you ever see that? >> jimmy: no. >> okay. >> jimmy: nope. >> super cool, they have more teeth then any mammal in the world. >> jimmy: is that right? >> they can deliver one heck of a bite. and they have a pouch. the girls have a pouch, the boys do not. and they have a prehensile tail, so they can hang from it. i'm not hurting him. i would never do anything to hurt my animals, but she can hang like this and hold herself up. the babies climb around in her pouch. and normally you just see them on the side of the road. you don't really see them, like, alive and moving around. super cute animals and they're the only marsupial in the united states. >> jimmy: it's unbelievably gorgeous. can i touch it? or -- >> if you want to you can feel the back. but -- >> jimmy: you know what, it has teeth, never mind. >> yeah, it does have a lot of teeth. >> jimmy: thank you, you can -- >> no problem, i'll pass -- you want me to pass him off? >> yes, please. >> okay, this one -- my boy
lar-dog will take him. watch, he bites really hard. [ talking over each other ] >> she bites hard and -- >> jimmy: yeah, okay. good. >> you want to see another animal? >> jimmy: yes. >> this one over here i'm going to bring in from the side of the stage over here. >> jimmy: okay. >> and -- so cool. [ cheers and applause ] they -- >> jimmy: where did he grow up? [ laughter ] >> she's zz top's brother. >> jimmy: yeah, pretty cool man. i like it. >> he could just never grow his beard long enough so he got ousted from the band. >> jimmy: yeah, i like this guy man. >> here, you can feed him. this here is -- >> jimmy: what is this? >> it's a camel. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's a dromedary camel. she likes to suck on that bottle. there's lots of milk in there. she'll go to town on it. >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> sorry, he's the boy. i think. yeah, it's a boy. >> jimmy: thank you though. >> they -- they're dromedary camels. they can go almost their entire life without water. these guys can go a long time. they have pads on their feet so they don't slip on the floor. they're pretty amazing. they -- maybe it's stuck. hang on. >> jimmy: where's it from? >> sorry they -- [ audience ohs ] i just -- no, it was stuck. she was choking on it. [ cheers and applause ]
i don't -- i don't want -- i don't -- [ sad tuba ] she -- i didn't want her to choke. she was choking and it was nothing. she was sucking air and -- >> jimmy: thank you very much. >> sorry. >> jimmy: yeah, i got it from here. i know. >> they -- they -- no they were -- you sure? >> jimmy: yeah, i do. >> you're like a professional -- >> jimmy: yeah, you're a good man. >> if it sucks though you just -- you can tell. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah, i can tell. >> okay. >> jimmy: don't worry about it. [ laughter ] >> but, you did a great job though. >> jimmy: i appreciate it. >> sorry, no problem. it's camel milk. i just got done milking here so it's fresh. >> jimmy: you did? >> it's still warm. but, cute huh? dromedary camel. >> jimmy: i mean this is little -- >> she's little. she's still going to get really big like the one we brought in here, almost took out the ceiling beams that time? >> jimmy: that's right. but how big? like, from here to like here? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] they're big. >> there we go. >> jimmy: no, no. i would never do that. >> no. >> jimmy: you're a guest on my show. so i appreciate you being here. >> i appreciate -- >> jimmy: no, no. >> no, really. [ talking over each other ] i'm going to hand it off. >> jimmy: let's go to the next animal. >> we're going to go to the next animal. >> jimmy: yeah, that's great. yeah, we'll go to the next animal.
thank you very much. >> thanks dwayne. >> jimmy: what is -- thanks dwayne. >> this -- that's dwayne. >> jimmy: all right, now what is this? this is jumping. [ grunting ] [ audience aws ] >> this is incredible. look at that. this is called a eurasian eagle owl. it's the largest owl in the world. they're found everywhere in the world except for the united states. now move your head kind of like this. she might, kind of, check you out. kind of try and focus. >> jimmy: you want me to do it? >> yeah, see if she'll move at you and look. yeah, there you go. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: so kind of move -- >> if she could talk, she'd be like, oh no you didn't! [ laughter ] right? move her head around. so cool. she's only nine weeks old. they can get almost three feet tall with a six foot wingspan. it's kind of like an amped-up ferbie. you know? [ laughter ] they're uh -- she just whipped her head around. look at that. >> jimmy: wow. >> she looks like she's wearing a shower cap, those are all down feathers over here on the side right there. and then they have the -- >> jimmy: oh. [ light laughter ] >> they have the -- no, you're okay. [ laughter ] you're fine. you're fine. >> jimmy: i'm going to -- i'm going to get attacked by an owl! >> don't jump, don't jump. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: get it out of here now. i'm afraid of getting attacked
by an owl. >> i'll hold it. no, i'll hold it. she's like -- look. look at those weapons of mass destruction. >> jimmy: all right, there you go. i just don't want to have a message from gryffindor saying that i'm in trouble. [ laughter and applause ] >> no. i put a picture of her. you can go on twitter. on jeff animal guy. >> jimmy: yeah, at -- @jeffanimalguy is your twitter handle. >> it's my name, yeah. and you can go on there and i set up -- i put pictures on there when she was just a ball of fluff and that was two weeks ago. so now she's losing all that down feather. she still has a little bit here like she's got a little skirt. right? but they're incredible ego -- they're incredible owls called an eagle owl. our largest owl is the great horned owl. >> jimmy: yeah. >> they want to fall -- >> jimmy: oh very nice. >> but she -- hi. >> jimmy: i like that clicking and clacking noise. i didn't know owls made that noise. >> no, she's pissed off. they -- [ laughter ] yeah, they -- they only do that when they're mad. she can spin her head around though. watch, i don't know if she'll do it. just if she's -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> she's focused on you. >> jimmy: well, i think we'll never know. we'll never know. that's the mystery. that's the fun mystery. >> all right, i'll -- you want me to put her away.
>> jimmy: yes, please. [ laughter ] >> all right, i'll put her away. they -- i got some more animals for you though. >> jimmy: all right, what'd you got for me buddy? >> we're going to go down where we were with the camel. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what'd you got? >> now don't get stupid with the bottle, okay. be professional. [ audience aws ] don't shoot milk at people. >> jimmy: wait, what is this? >> this is uh -- this is a baby wildebeest. and this is a baby yak. now these guys have no smell. watch, come down here. smell him. >> jimmy: they smell -- >> no, get in there. like, get right in there. get in there. >> jimmy: stop it man. >> no, just get in there. smell him. they have no scent. smell. >> jimmy: all right. stop pointing at me and -- >> here, watch, take the protection off the nipple. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, that's the bottle. oh, i really screwed that up. all right. >> well you can feed 'em here. feed 'em -- you can feed 'em. >> jimmy: all right, thank you. >> and then i'm going to feed the wildebeest. is he going to take a bottle? these guys, the wildebeest, these are part of the big, the world's largest migration. >> jimmy: is that right. i did not know -- now this is, look at this. this is unbelievable. how old? >> um, six weeks old. you can feel, like, where the horns are coming in. they're also known as a gnu. >> jimmy: gnu? >> which is another name for -- >> jimmy: oh, yeah. i remember gnu from "great space
coaster." >> yeah, yeah. there you go. exactly. and they, these guys will get pretty good size. they can almost get up around 800 to 1,000 pounds. they have the great migration. these are the ones that will cross over the river where the nile crocs and stuff will feed on them. on the weak or the young. >> jimmy: wow. so strong. >> yeah, isn't it awesome. it's just incredible. and they can actually fend off lions. >> jimmy: they can? >> yeah, like a lion's coming at them, they can actually go after a lion which is super super cool. >> jimmy: this is awesome jeff. thank you. you can get these guys out of here. this is good. jeff, i have a special treat for you jeff. >> you do? >> jimmy: yeah, i do. you guys can set that here. thanks buddy. jeff, i've been seeing on twitter, i follow you. jeff animal guy. >> right. >> jimmy: you do a lot of noise. you make a lot of noise saying you want to play water war with me. >> right. >> jimmy: that was -- water war, if you guys don't know this, we play a game of war on the show where you flip a card and the loser gets water thrown on them. >> that would be awesome. >> jimmy: well, jeff has been demanding it so here we go. let's play a game of water war. [ cheers and applause ] gotta be a quick game. >> no.
no way. this is so -- wait, wait, no, no, no. no, no, no, no. >> jimmy: all right. >> all right. >> jimmy: all right, hey. >> that's so not cool. that's so not -- >> jimmy: one, two, three. [ cheers and applause ] you did it buddy. thank you jeff musial. his animals. jeff daniels is up next. see you after the break. oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hello, it is i your boss. great news! the video call went very very well. asia is on board. too bad you couldn't participate. probably you were worried about overages on that limited data plan you use. perhaps you shouldn't have uploaded so many vacation photos. ooh.
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ladies and gentlemen, please welcome, jeff daniels! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. jeff daniels everybody, we love you. congrats on "the newsroom." >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: it just got picked up for a second season. >> it did. i have a job. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we love that. we love that. good news. it's good news, we're -- >> it's actually the first regular job i've had in 36 years to be honest. yeah. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah, you go movie to movie you're a freelancer. but now to have somebody go, no, we want you back many november, you're going "thank god." >> jimmy: oh, really? >> oh yeah. >> jimmy: there's something comforting to that isn't there, yeah. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: you don't live out in l.a.? >> no, i live in michigan. yeah. >> jimmy: we had aaron sorkin on the show, and told me that you drive an rv to l.a. and -- >> i do. >> jimmy: -- you live out of an rv. >> yeah. >> jimmy: what's that like? >> well, it's weird. [ light laughter ]
>> jimmy: yeah. i mean, i always wanted to do that. is it, can you -- do you drive it and everything? >> oh, yeah. and you don't have to be a senior citizen to drive one. >> jimmy: you don't. no, no. it looks like a lot of fun. >> it can be. it can be your gonna just -- you know you're gonna hit something at some point. just know -- >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> -- whether it's a stop sign, or somebody -- >> jimmy: underneath a bridge or something. >> cars. a car's down a corner and you cut the turn -- >> jimmy: 'cause it's giant. >> it's just -- it's -- mine's 42 feet long. thank you very much. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: if you're just joining us now -- >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: jeff daniels is 42 feet long, you guys. >> and size does matter. >> jimmy: it definitely does. >> because if you have a huge rv -- >> jimmy: -- yeah. >> -- the respect you get on the road from the truckers going, "you must know something if you're driving that thing." >> jimmy: is that right? >> you get into places like the oasis rv park in amarillo, texas. doddy and wilbur run it. you know? i don't know that that's their names but -- >> jimmy: you made that up. that's good, yeah. you're assuming. what, who knows. that's great. >> and they've spent a lot -- we stayed there. you hook up. they don't, they don't really know who you are. and then they put it together
and they go, you know, matthew mcconaughey stays here sometimes. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. then you go, "oh, really? i gotta call him." >> ooh, he's big! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no. >> he ain't 42 feet but he's -- >> jimmy: but he's pretty big. i gotta ask, just 'cause you know i love you and i love everyone involved with it. >> it's true. >> jimmy: what is going on with "dumb and dumber ii." >> it's true. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on. the deuce? >> the deuce. >> jimmy: the deuce. "dumb and dumber ii," is it happening? tell me it's happening. >> it's happening! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: yes! that is awesome. that is good news. that is great to hear it. now, are you serious. >> no. thing is -- [ audience groans ] no, actually, you know, to be honest. next week's a big week. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: so it's in discussion. >> the farrelly brothers are doing a big rewrite on it. they're very excited about it. jim, despite, you know, what happened maybe a month ago, we haven't heard from him. so i'm hoping that he forgot what he did. >> jimmy: yeah.
>> that he's still on board. i think he is. jim's been -- jim has been wanting -- the reason we're even considering it 'cause jim wants to do it. >> jimmy: he should do it. i mean, it's -- god, just one of the -- just great character. >> well, and it's turned into a classic. much to many critics chagrin. but it -- [ laughter ] you know, i remember the articles when the first one came out. that it was, oh, my god. the dumbing down of america. i mean, guys, guys were writing dissertations on how stupid we were. >> jimmy: on a fun comedy. >> oh my -- >> jimmy: and you're purposefully being dumb. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: the name of the movie's "dumb and dumber." >> jim -- exactly. jim, wants to -- he's wanted to do it for a year and a half. i think next week it'll either come together or it wont. indications are it probably will. >> jimmy: oh, i hope so. >> and then, we all want to do it. >> jimmy: can we help in any way? can we write letters to any -- is it a movie studio? do we know yet? >> there are -- warner brothers is the one that makes the decision -- >> jimmy: okay, you got it. >> my hope is that they'll say yes. >> jimmy: yeah, all right. so if you're on twitter or anything, if you find out some connection to warner brothers movies say, on "the dark knight rises." say "the dumb and dumber rises."
>> absolutely. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hash tag that to any warner brothers person and say make this movie. [ cheers and applause ] it's good for america! well i love seeing you in everything. and then "newsroom" comes along and "newsroom," this is a great idea for a show. well written. well everything. directed, produced, all that. aaron sorkin. and you play, like, a cable news -- >> anchor. >> jimmy: anchor, thank you. [ light laughter ] and you're kind of a mean guy. >> i'm a prick. >> jimmy: yeah, you are. yeah. but in real life you're jeff daniels. we love you. you're the nice guy. >> that -- yeah. and it was an issue actually to get the role. aaron, i love aaron, and he was, you know, a fan, of sorts, of mine. and he said, "my only thing with you is i don't know if you can get angry." if you can -- you know. 'cause the -- will mcavoy, the character just blows up all the time and all that. so i had to have a meeting with him at a hotel here in new york and kind of convince him that i could be angry. and i tried, you know, raising my voice. you know, and, you know being
rude to the waiter. and i tried all these different things and he was -- you could tell he wasn't buying it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so at some point i just, i said aaron, and i reached across and i placed my hand on his head and i'm going to do this to jimmy. and it's not going to hurt, i promise. and i took aaron's head, and i slammed it down into the table and it bounced back up -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm just happy my toupee didn't come off. i gotta be honest. [ laughter ] that's why i'm in a good mood right now. >> and then i had the role. it was that -- >> jimmy: you seriously smacked his head against -- >> boom! right off the table. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you gotta get in there with jeff musial, the animal guy. [ laughter ] you guys both scare me. i want to show a clip 'cause gosh, you were good in this. >> thank you. >> jimmy: here's jeff daniels in "the newsroom" on hbo. take a look. >> onions make you cry.
they don't themselves experience emotions. >> the way you experience emotion when you watch "rudy." >> one scene, one moment, once in a while. >> the jersey thing? >> yep. >> everybody cries at the jersey scene. >> jim. >> i never saw it. >> you haven't seen "rudy?" >> uh-oh. >> what were you doing when everyone else your age was living their lives? >> my homework. >> my homework. i didn't think i'd be the only one to say that. i thought i'd have the safety of a mob. >> listen up, 'cause it's rudy's last chance to dress for a game. >> i shouldn't have started this. >> well you did. >> jimmy: yeah, you did. more with jeff daniels when we get back you guys. fun. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] oh, to suffer with dandruff that keeps coming back. women hate it. but now, sad man, you're saved by a new anti-dandruff shampoo. clear men with mint, ginseng and tea tree. clear men feeds your scalp and stops dandruff at the source.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're back with the great jeff daniels everybody. now you star in "the newsroom" which is, we all know, is a very dramatic show. and personally my favorite part of any drama is when a character dramatically, like, turns around and, like, takes off their glasses and says, like, some crazy line of dialog. like -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: so i was thinking, if you're up for it. i would like to -- i challenge you to a glasses off turn and speak. >> wow. >> jimmy: and here's how it works. >> okay. >> jimmy: yeah. we'll each start by saying the same line to each other. something to, like, that very well may be, but. and then we're going to turn to
the camera and then say it. you'll be turning to that camera in the middle there. >> all right. >> jimmy: all right. we're going to take our glasses off and say the line on the cue card as dramatically and as intensely as we can. no here's the catch. neither of us have seen any of the lines on the cue cards that are about to come above the camera. >> okay. >> jimmy: all right? so we'll be seeing them for the first time when we spin around. >> outstanding. okay. >> jimmy: sounds good? >> okay. >> jimmy: all right, i'll do t first one. all right? that very well may be, but, i'm the one wearing three pairs of spanks. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> that very well may be, jimmy, but, i am a big boy. i am a really big boy. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: that very well may be but ya'll don't know me. [ laughter and applause ] >> that very well may be, but i'm a bad apple and you my seed. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] very close. i was very close. >> jimmy: yeah, very close with that one. that very well may be, but i'm single and ready to mingle so tingle my dingle with the pringle. [ laughter and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a best selling author, special correspondent for "the today show" and one of the faces of nbc at the upcoming summer olympics in london, england. please welcome the lovely and talented jenna bush hager, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah! >> hello. >> jimmy: jenna, thank you for coming on the show. >> of course. >> jimmy: we met once. we met once briefly. >> i was wearing a headband. >> jimmy: that is correct, yes. we were at a loverboy concert. >> and you had a guitar. >> jimmy: now, where were we? >> we were at meredith vieira's going away. >> jimmy: yes, that's right. we were down at "the today show" -- >> and you were such a sport. >> jimmy: wow. >> you danced around like a maniac. >> jimmy: i did do it, yeah. before we were even on camera. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> at 7:30 in the morning. >> jimmy: we were saying good-bye to meredith. it was so sad and emotional. >> i know. >> jimmy: i loved it, though,
because she's awesome. >> she is awesome. >> jimmy: i want to talk about your new website thing you have. >> yes. >> jimmy: the novo project. >> the novo project. >> jimmy: novo means what? >> change. in latin, yes. >> jimmy: change. >> and i started it with my best friend. we wrote a book together on the story. and she's a photographer. and we just realized there are so many people around our country -- really, around our world -- that are making such a big difference. >> jimmy: yeah, it's a well-done website. >> yeah, from merle haggard, from loretta lynn. >> jimmy: i read this thing on merle haggard today because i love merle haggard. gosh, he's just so cool, man. >> he's the best. >> jimmy: if there's, like, a list of things -- you asking fun questions of, like, you know -- >> yeah, will you do that for us? >> jimmy: of course i will. >> okay, good. i'm working. >> jimmy: i won't be as funny as merle haggard, but, i mean, at the end, it was, like -- what did he say? what is the love of your life? and he put wife/guitar. >> wife/guitar, which my husband would say wife/a beer. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. that counts as both, yeah. >> wife, and i need a beer, probably. i see you. you're on "the today show." you're a correspondent. do you like being the reporter now? >> yeah, i mean, it's really fun. obviously, it was not something i planned. i was the girl that stuck my tongue out at the media. should i maybe not bring that up?
>> jimmy: no, that's right. wait, you did. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, when your dad was president, you stuck your tongue out. >> yeah. >> jimmy: in pictures, yeah. >> i did. and, by the way, i was 23 years old. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. so, yeah. >> i mean, i wish i could say i was 10. i was a teacher of third graders, and i was acting like a third grader. >> jimmy: but now here you are doing this. and do you like it? >> it's so much fun. i mean, i know it's so cliché and they say we're a family and whatever, but, i mean, matt lauer is my older obnoxious brother. >> jimmy: yeah. >> he had -- we had a moment recently when we were live on camera, which, you know, people know what that's like. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you really can't cut on our show. on "kathie lee & hoda," it's a different story, but you really can't -- >> jimmy: they can do whatever they want. yeah, yeah. >> -- cuss and i don't want to make my mom mad either -- >> jimmy: no. >> you know. i'm supposed to be a lady. >> jimmy: yes, of course. and matt jumped out and scared me when i was walking on to do my segment, and i yelled a profanity. but then, as he was walking away, i said, too bad i don't have secret service anymore. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, exactly. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> because they wouldn't discriminate. just 'cause he's, like, the darling of morning news. >> jimmy: they would tackle matt lauer. yeah, yeah, yeah. yeah, exactly. >> i know.
>> jimmy: and just give roker one. just, why not? yeah, just give him a good shot. >> no, al does -- no. >> jimmy: no, no, i'm kidding. i love roker. >> they would probably just hug out. >> jimmy: they'll hug out with roker. we love him. you're going to the olympics now. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's your second olympics. >> yes, i did vancouver, and i'm so pumped. >> jimmy: now, i went to the vancouver olympics, too. >> i know. why didn't we hang out? >> jimmy: i know. i was just enthralled with the hockey. >> well, i was enthralled with the snowboarding. >> jimmy: you did several. >> i'm the extreme sports girl. >> jimmy: i'm the lazy dude. i want to sit and drink a beer and watch something. >> i actually have to work. >> jimmy: you have to work and i don't, yeah. i mean, you saw what i did tonight. who are you going for? i know america, but who are you going for -- >> well, i'm going for usa, of course. >> jimmy: no, of course, yes. no, who? >> i mean, i like the track and field. and then i'm also -- i mean, michael phelps. >> jimmy: michael phelps. we love that guy, yeah. >> i'm a michael phelps generation girl, you know. >> jimmy: yeah, that's our dude. >> i'm a little old for him, but, i mean, we're not going out on a date or anything. >> jimmy: no, you don't have to date the winners, no.
but i like you when i see you in the interviews 'cause you're human and you're funny, and you get it. and you're very good. but you know who i love? is grandma. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: your grandma, barbara bush -- >> she is a firecracker. >> jimmy: -- is my favorite. she's so funny in interviews, and so quick. >> yeah. and you know what's funny? >> jimmy: i want to hug her through the -- >> is that she kind of thinks you're cute. >> jimmy: she does? [ audience ohs ] >> i don't, like -- i mean, i don't want to make my grandfather uncomfortable, because, at 88, that man looks good. >> jimmy: yeah, no. yeah, he does. yeah, he does. >> but she -- yeah, she -- >> jimmy: she does? i think she is the coolest, funniest person on tv. i see her when you guys do interviews. i love it. everyone just starts kind of filling up. 'cause i think my family is like this 'cause we're a bunch of mushes. >> we're criers except for my grandmother. do you have -- >> jimmy: yeah, grandma doesn't cry. grandma just disses on everybody. watch. here's a clip of the valentine's day. watch this. >> little did i know, it's only trying to keep up. keep up with barb -- barb pierce from onondaga street in rye, new york. >> aw. >> i love you. >> i love you, too. >> don't get me. why are we such criers? >> you know what?
you could be speaker of the house. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: she made a john boehner joke. >> she makes a john boehner joke -- >> jimmy: she's the best. you're crying, he's crying. >> -- when her husband reads her, like, the most romantic love letter ever. and, i mean, i'm tearing up now. >> jimmy: i love this so much. >> and she probably would call me speaker of the house if she was sitting right here. she would have made fun of me again. >> jimmy: it made me love you and her even more. thank you for doing that. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: and thanks for being on the show. >> thank you. see you in london. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: see you in london. jenna bush hager, everybody. check out thenovoproject.com. and watch jenna and "the today show" team at the summer olympics right here on nbc. opening ceremonies friday, july 27th. stick around. refused performs after the break. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] now at your neighborhood subway:
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests are a hugely influential swedish rock band who are in the midst of their first tour in 14 years. tonight, they're making their american tv debut with us to perform the song "new noise" from their classic album, "the shape of punk to come." please welcome refused! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
♪ it's here for us to admire can afford the beauty of it can afford the luxury of turning our heads ♪ ♪ if we can if we can if we can ♪ ♪ adjust the thousand dollar smile and behold the creation of man ♪ ♪ good words won't cover ugly actions good frames won't save bad paintings ♪ ♪ ♪ we lack the motion to move to the new beat woo ♪ ♪ we lack motion ♪ ♪ when the day is over doors are locked on us money buys the access and we can't pay the cost ♪ ♪ how can we expect anyone to listen if we're using the same old voice ♪ ♪ we need new noise new art for the real people ♪ ♪ we dance to all the wrong songs we enjoy all the wrong moves ♪ ♪ dance to all the wrong songs
we're not leading ♪ ♪ dance to all the wrong songs we enjoy all the wrong moves ♪ ♪ dance to all the wrong songs ♪ ♪ we're not we're not we're not we're not ♪ ♪ leading ♪ ♪ ♪ we dance all the wrong songs we enjoy all the wrong moves ♪ ♪ we dance all the wrong songs ♪ ♪ we dance all the wrong songs we enjoy all the wrong moves ♪ ♪ we dance all the wrong songs ♪ ♪
♪ the new beat the new beat the new beat the new beat ♪ ♪ the new beat the new beat the new beat the new beat ♪ ♪ the new beat [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's the way to do it! refused! see them live friday in boston. visit latenightwithjimmyfallon.com for an exclusive bonus performance. my thanks to jeff daniels, jenna bush hager, jeff musial. refused, once again! [ cheers and applause ] wow that was great. give it up for the greatest band in late night, the roots right there, everybody. way to go, man. stay tuned for "carson daly." thank you for watching. have a great night. hope to see you tomorrow! bye-bye! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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