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you guys feeling good?! [ cheers and applause ] hot peanuts. hey, guys, everybody's still talking about the new pope. everybody. everybody's talking -- >> steve: everybody. >> jimmy: everybody, yeah. but i was doing research on this guy. it turns out, did you know that he was a chemistry teacher, a high school chemistry teacher? >> steve: no, i didn't know that. >> jimmy: yeah, he starts out a chemistry teacher and winds up the pope. as most people put it, "breaking bad" spoiler alert. [ laughter ] >> that's how it ends. >> jimmy: i also read that pope francis actually put himself through school by working as a bouncer at a nightclub. which will come in handy now that he's kind of now the bouncer for heaven. [ laughter ] "you knoyou can't come in dressed like that." check this out here, a bakery here in new york is already selling cookies with a picture of the new pope on them, which is perfect for anyone who is hoping to feel even guiltier after eating a bunch of cookies. [ laughter ] actually, before the pope was revealed yesterday, onlookers waited for over an hour.
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some people were saying that he had trouble opening the door, to the thing -- actually, a new video has surfaced, that might give us a clue here. take a look. [ italian accents ] >> okay, are you ready to go? >> yes, i'm ready. >> okay, it's right through these doors -- >> wait, i think the door's stuck. >> no, no, no. >> yes, yes, yes. it's stuck. i can't get out. >> are you lifting the top handle while you are twisting the knob? >> i am lifting the handle. >> yes, but you have to jiggle it. >> i've been jiggling this whole time. >> that's not a jiggle. >> it is a jiggle. >> no, here. let me do it. here we go! you just have to jiggle harder. >> okay, next time, i jiggle more. >> now, get this curtain out of my way! >> ah, there we go. >> here's the new pope! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: here's the new pope! >> jimmy: no one said, "here's a the pope." >> steve: "here's a the pope." that's what they say. >> jimmy: it's mario and luigi over there? >> steve: yes, mario and luigi work for the vatican. [ imitating mario ] >> jimmy: it's a me! >> steve: the pope-io! it's me and the curio! >> jimmy: some celebrity news here. you've got some hot goss. it's rumored that lady gaga and her boyfriend are planning to get married this summer. yeah.
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[ audience oohs ] in fact, just today, i saw her at a deli picking out her dress. and it is beautiful. beautiful. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: olive loaf. >> steve: olive loaf. [ cheers and applause ] pickle loaf. >> jimmy: olive loaf corset. beautiful corset. olive loaf, salami. get this, with washington in the middle of a budget crisis, the white house is facing criticism for spending $250,000 a year on calligraphy. [ light laughter ] yeah, you can tell you're spending way too much money on calligraphy when you spend any money on calligraphy. [ laughter ] some business news here. costco just announced that it made $537 million in the last quarter. which means there's also a record number of people saying, "what the hell am i going to do with 10,000 rolls of paper towels?" [ laughter ] my mom and dad, that's all they have. >> steve: we love them. >> jimmy: a house full of paper towels. >> steve: they love them. they could build a castle out of them. >> jimmy: yeah, they could build a little fort. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. this is cool. a company in japan just created
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the world's smallest book. or as most people put it, "i'll just wait to see the world's smallest movie." [ light laughter ] yeah, the book measures only 0.03 of an inch on each side. yep, it's called "taylor swift's guide to successful relationships." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and finally, in a recent interview, snoop dogg said that he would like to get high with president obama and bill clinton. [ cheers and applause ] and then he said, "or whoever." [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: good crowd tonight. good crowd tonight. we've got a fun show. you guys, timberweek continues. that's right, justin timberlake is here every night.
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[ cheers and applause ] it's been so fun having him here. >> steve: good times in a box. >> jimmy: i'm going to miss that guy. good times in a box. [ laughter ] also, tonight, she's got the number one new daytime talk show. the lovely, the talented katie couric is stopping by! [ cheers and applause ] that'll be fun. from the new a&e series, "bates motel," freddie highmore is dropping in. [ cheers and applause ] and once again, we have music from the one, the only, justin timberlake tonight! [ cheers and applause ] fantastic. so good, what a show. hey, guys, it's time for "late night hashtags." ♪ ♪ hashtags hashtags hashtags hashtags hashtags ♪ >> jimmy: these are lists on twitter where we give you the topic and you send in the tweets. so, as you know, it's justin timberlake week here. everyone around the office is listening to music. so i went on twitter and started a hashtag called #misheardlyrics. i asked you guys to tweet out a song lyric that you or someone you know has gotten wrong. i tweeted out that one of our
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writers thought that billy joel was singing, "we didn't start the fire, it was always burning, said the worst attorney." [ laughter ] >> steve: that's a great lyric. >> jimmy: yeah. anyways, we got thousands of tweets. in fact, within 20 minutes, it was a worldwide trending topic. at one point, it was even trending above pope francis. [ laughter ] >> steve: are you serious? [ cheers and applause ] we did it! "who was a trending above a me?" >> jimmy: "you were a trending." so, thank you for those tweets. and now i thought i'd share some of my favorite misheard lyrics tweets from you guys. these are funny. this first one's from @ams723. she says, "when my roommate was younger, she thought elton john was singing, 'hold me close and tie me down, sir.'" [ laughter ] maybe? >> steve: maybe. i have heard, "hold me closer, tony danza." >> jimmy: yeah, i know. this is @rachellloyds2. she says, "do a little dance, make a little love, italian ice, italian ice." [ laughter ] italian ice.
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>> steve: oh, that's fantastic. >> jimmy: this one's from @libbiesbrother. he says, "hit me with your pet shark." [ laughter ] >> steve: pat benatar -- she does have a pet shark. >> jimmy: yes, she does. this one's from @cwalk. she says, "i thought the chant in michael jackson's was "wanna be starting something" was "i'm ashamed of the side of my moccasins." [ laughter ] ♪ [ singing ] "i'm ashamed of the side of my moccasins." "i'm ashamed of the side of my moccasins." "i'm ashamed of the side of my moccasins." "i'm ashamed of the side of my moccasins." >> steve: which makes more sense. because, what is it really? >> jimmy: what? >> steve: what is it really? >> jimmy: ma ma se, ma ma sa, ma ma coo sa. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: that guy's a fool! >> jimmy: you have it tattooed on your lower back. >> steve: i do. i mean, i know the phrase. but it is nonsense words that mean a great deal to me. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: this next one is from @loribriggs. she says, "give me the beef, boys, to free my soul." ♪ [ singing ] >> steve: "give me the beef, boys and free my soul. i wanna get lost --"
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>> jimmy: "in a kaiser roll." [ laughter ] >> steve: beef on a kaiser roll. >> jimmy: yeah. this one's from @laurenhollis16. she said, in "brown-eyed girl," i thought the first words were "hey there, amigo." [ laughter ] [ both sing ] "hey there, amigo." [ laughter ] >> steve: hey, rodrigo. >> jimmy: "como estas?" [ laughter ] [ singing in spanish ] [ laughter ] this one's from @jordanpace13. he says, "some nights stay i up, splashing in my bathtub." [ laughter ] >> steve: some nights i get my rubber ducky out. >> jimmy: this one's from @missystone. she said, "i thought the lyrics to 'living on a prayer' were, 'it doesn't really matter if we were naked or not." [ laughter ] this one's a good one. from @heckingdumb. she says, "then i saw her face, now i'm going to leave her." [ laughter ] [ talking over each other ]
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>> jimmy: they were talking on the phone. they had a great conversation. and then he got catfished. >> steve: yeah, he got catfished by her. >> jimmy: he got catfished. >> steve: she's not attractive. that guy's shallow. >> jimmy: this one's from @zackback. he says, "hey, now, you're an all-star, get your gay mom, goat lay." [ laughter ] that is the lyrics. that is the lyrics. get your gay mom. goat lay. >> steve: wait a second. >> jimmy: here's the last one here. this is from @lydabell. she says, "i've got two chickens to paralyze." there you have it. this is tonight's "late night hashtags." thank you very much. check out more of our favorites, go to stick around, we'll be right back with more "late night," everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ two chickens to paralyze two chickens to paralyze i've got two chickens to paralyze ♪ break the news gently.
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>> hey, justin? justin, you awake? >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> yeah, i can't fall asleep. hey, hey, do you want to tell ghost stories? >> not tonight. i'm down to my last clean bedsheet. maybe we could sneak into the girl's cabin and steal their underpants? >> ew, no way! cootie central. >> you're right. oh, i know, we could sing that song we heard on the radio? >> oh, you mean "africa" by toto? [ laughter ] i love that song, but let's try to keep it down. it's after lights out. [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ i hear the drums echoing tonight but she hears only whispers of some quiet conversation ♪ ♪ she's coming in the 12:30 flight the moonlit wings reflect the stars that guide me ♪
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♪ towards salvation it's gonna take a lot to take me away from you there's nothing that ♪ ♪ a hundred men or more could ever do i bless the rains down in africa ♪ ♪ gonna take some time to do the things we never had woo hoo ♪ [ whistle blows ] >> what in the pete's sakes going on in here? >> sorry, mr. fletcher, we were just singing. >> well, it's after lights out and you two turkeys have got to get some shut-eye. i would hate to have to take away your snack shack time. i heard a little rumor from a little birdie that we're going to have manwiches tomorrow. and i know how much you boys love your sloppy joes. [ laughter ] >> sorry, mr. fletcher. >> yeah. >> we'll go to bed. >> all right. >> sleep tight. don't let the bedbugs bite. seriously!
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we've had a horrible infestation of bedbugs. and i would hate for you to lose feeling in your fingers. goodnight! >> mr. fletcher such a dork. >> are you even tired? >> no, i ate like 43,000 hundred thousand twizzlers. >> all right. let's just try to go to sleep. >> okay. [ humming ] ♪ ♪ it's gonna take a lot to take me away from you there's nothing that ♪ ♪ a hundred men or more could ever do i bless the rains down in africa ♪ ♪ gonna take some time to do the things we never had woo hoo ♪ [ whistle blows ] >> what the heck is all this racket? i thought i told you two to go to bed? >> sorry, mr. fletcher. we're trying to keep it down.
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>> well, it's called lights out, not lights loud. >> that's a stupid joke. >> yeah, yeah. >> be that as it may, ixnay on the inging-say. you two dingbats got that? wouldn't want you to miss out on those manwiches and sloppy joes. >> hey, justin, does mr. fletcher have a license? >> a license for what, jimmy? >> a license to sell hot dogs. >> lights out! you two understand! >> yes, mr. fletcher. >> all right. i love you, boys! >> did he just say he loved us? >> i don't know. >> that's weird. >> we could probably just go to bed. >> yeah, yeah. probably. >> all right. i'll see you tomorrow, buddy. >> best friends forever. >> yeah. >> yeah. ♪ ♪ it's gonna take a lot to take me away from you
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is an award-winning journalist and tv personality, who you can see weekdays on her new syndicated daytime talk show, "katie." ladies and gentlemen, please welcome back to the show, katie couric. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: katie, welcome back to the show! >> i love being here. it's so fun. >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. >> walking around the halls, seeing j.t. yo, j.t., how you doing? >> jimmy: you didn't say "yo, j.t., how you doing?" >> no, i didn't. i wanted to. >> jimmy: congratulations, number one new daytime talk show. >> oh, well, whatever. thank you. >> jimmy: come on, that's great. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] can't get bigger than number one. so psyched. you got renewed for a second season. are you having fun with it? you like it? >> i am having fun. as you know, it's sort of an insatiable beast. to come up with an hour of really what you hope to be compelling or fun television every single day, as you know jimmy. >> jimmy: barely. >> it's challenging. >> jimmy: we hope for five minutes. >> but, it's really fun. you know, tomorrow, jon bon jovi spent the whole hour with me. not too shabby. >> jimmy: really? >> which was really fun. we really get to actually have a conversation -- talk about a lot of different things. i get to hang out with chelsea handler, literally. i did that recently. >> jimmy: explain what this is. i've never seen this before. >> that is a certain kind of
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yoga that you can do in new york. it's called anti-gravity yoga. >> jimmy: give me a break. >> yeah. and it was really fun to do it. i was much better at it than chelsea was. but that was really fun. >> jimmy: she's a good sport. >> then we get to do, obviously, serious shows too, and talk about important issues. some of my favorites, though, have combined kind of popular culture with issues, like, i interviewed bradley cooper and bob deniro came on. and david o. russell. and we talked about "silver linings playbook", but used it kind of as an entry point to talk about bipolar disorder and mental illness in america. we did the same thing with jessica chastain. and then we talked about sexual assault in the military. so it's really kind of a nice way to both talk to celebrities, but also talk about important issues. so i'm really enjoying it. >> jimmy: and mix it up. and you just did one, it like a de-clutter, where they went to your apartment, because you said -- >> i'm a -- i'm katie and i'm a borderline hoarder. yeah.
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basically, i'm a really messy person, much to the chagrin of my -- especially my younger daughter, carrie. like, mommy, please keep it neater in this apartment. and we went and tried this red room, my own red room of pain, unlike the 50 shades of grey red room jimmy, you're familiar with that. >> jimmy: no, no. i don't know that at all. >> it is a complete mess. so, we did a show to really help people organize. >> jimmy: the red room of shame? >> no, just pain. well, that's what it is in the book. >> jimmy: i didn't get to that chapter. >> so, we tried to clean up and i found film that hasn't been developed from 2001. i found a check my mom had written to one of my daughters for their birthday from 2010. my mom said, hey, did you ever cash that check. i was like, don't worry about it, mom. >> jimmy: do you still have those videotapes? >> oh, yeah. jimmy came to my house to do a show, came to my apartment. and did one of the shows from my house. >> jimmy: you did a show from your house. it was so much fun. >> and i had a whole collection of vhs tapes. but they're from the american film institute, and they're the top 100 movies of the 20th century. and that's why i held on to them. >> jimmy: but the 20th century is not videotape. >> i know. i don't know what to do with
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them. where do old vhs tapes go to die? i do not know what to do with them. but, i still have then. but i got rid of my viper trim. remember my viper trim. >> jimmy: that is not what you think. [ laughter ] >> it's a thing you get on and you shake and apparently, somebody told me -- >> jimmy: it's an exercise thing. >> somebody told me it would make you really toned, and i was like, all right. >> jimmy: you hung coats on it. it's like a coat rack. >> i used it like once. i did get rid of it though. >> jimmy: i do love that. i saw -- it got giant pickup -- it was great interview, of course, with katie couric, manti te'o. >> oh, yeah, that was fun. interesting, because, obviously, it was sort of right in the zeitgeist at that very moment. he hadn't spoken. so we did this pretty intense interview, his mom and dad joined toward the end of the show. but, the funniest part -- i know you know the gregory brothers from brooklyn. >> jimmy: yeah, autotune the news. >> well, they've autotuned me a lot. so they autotuned me when i was at cbs. so they autotuned the manti te'o interview, and it's really funny. >> jimmy: let's take a look at it.
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here's the autotuned -- the gregory brothers. manti t'eo, katie couric. [ autotune voices ] >> why, why, manti? >> i feel like a pain, oh so real. >> can you see why people viewed this as a lie? >> i didn't lie. my whole world told me that she died. >> why, why, manti? >> she seemed nice. she seemed very beautiful. >> did you just feel like i'm in too deep? >> yes. >> why, why, manti? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's catchy. >> it was like, why, why, manti. and then i started falling asleep on planes and i would wake up thinking "why, why, manti." >> jimmy: it sticks in your head. >> she was very nice. she was very beautiful. i love them! they're so funny. >> jimmy: they're geniuses. >> aren't they great? >> jimmy: you do this to me every time you come on. but i like to challenge you -- you're very competitive and so am i. >> yes, i know. last time we played salad bowl. >> jimmy: yeah, salad bowl. >> and i think i won, i believe. >> jimmy: i don't remember. but -- you did win, but now i would like to challenge you to a game that i've never won our
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show. pictionary. >> you've never won? >> jimmy: i've never won. >> well, i don't think you're going to win tonight. >> jimmy: katie couric and i are playing pictionary after the break. come on back, you guys. we shall see. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] come alive with the refreshing taste of lipton iced tea.
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feel the taste. a hairline fracture to the mandible and contusions to the metacarpus. what do you see? um, i see a duck. be more specific. i see the aflac duck. i see the aflac duck out of work and not making any money. i see him moving in with his parents and selling bootleg dvds out of the back of a van. dude, that's your life. remember, aflac will give him cash to help cover his rent, car payments and keep everything as normal as possible. i see lunch. [ monitor beeping ] let's move on. [ male announcer ] find out what a hospital stay could really cost you at it's not for colds. it's not for pain. it's just for sleep. because sleep is a beautiful thing™. ♪ zzzquil™. the non-habit forming sleep-aid from the makers of nyquil®. ♪ yeah, that sounds good.
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oh my gosh no, no don't look at me don't you look at me there's only one place to get more jt. ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody. we are back with the one and only katie couric right here. [ cheers and applause ] katie and i are about to play a round of pictionary with two members of our studio audience. guys, what are your names and where are you from? >> i'm dee and i'm from ft. lauderdale, florida. >> jimmy: welcome, dee! ♪ what's your name? >> i'm chris from boston. >> jimmy: chris from boston. ♪ we love boston. very good. but we will win. did you explode? did you explode? oh, my gosh, you are unbelievable. you guys, the rules are simple. we pick a clue. we'll announce if it's an action, object, person, or phrase and then start drawing. 30 seconds on the clock per turn. katie and i will go once, guess it to our teammates. one point per correct answer. then our partners will each take their turn drawing --
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who cares about these rules. they'll have a showdown. >> you're taking time away from the game, jimmy. >> jimmy: i've never won -- slow down. >> okay. >> jimmy: this is my show. you can't control this show. katie, i've never won this. i'm awful at this. i'm so awful. >> really? >> jimmy: yeah, i'm the worst drawer. sorry, dee. here we go. katie, why don't you go first. >> oh, i go first? okay, ready? >> jimmy: yeah. me and dee are here. >> okay. it's a phrase. >> jimmy: you don't have to tell me. >> okay. okay. >> jimmy: good luck! >> all right. that is a st. patrick's day. happy st. patrick's day. four-leaf clover. luck of the irish. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what! you're good! >> come on, come on. >> jimmy: oh, my god! what number should i say? four, here we go. >> what do we win, by the way? >> jimmy: no.
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why, why, manti. okay, oh, sorry. it is a phrase. phrase. >> happy. happy face. happy, be happy! potato? wrinkles. onions. happy go lucky. happy waves. happy sound waves. happy -- [ buzzer sounds ] [ sad tuba ] >> jimmy: happy as a clam. no, don't show it anymore. it never happened, dee.
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it never happened. >> i'm up? >> jimmy: i'm so upset. good luck, chris. take your time, chris. >> let's go with six. >> jimmy: holy moly. >> okay. object. >> okay. face? bottle. bottle? bottle cap. >> jimmy: what kind of weird bottle is that? >> bottle -- >> jimmy: you can't draw that on television. stop it! stop it you're making it worse! >> bottle rocket! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: dee, we can do this. dee, we can do this!
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so sorry about that clam. come on dee! i'm going to have to take this off. the censors alone will just have a -- >> all right. object. >> jimmy: yes! we can do this! uh, wheel! wheel, spokes, two wheels. two-wheel, bicycle. bike tire. pedals. tire -- they're bike tires. bicycle tires. they're inner tubes. ten-speed bike. two-seat bike, bicycle built for two. it is someone with a big, lumpy head. it's a tire spokes -- spokes, spokes -- rims. wheels. [ buzzer sounds ] [ sad tuba ] >> tricycle! >> jimmy: you doing a three-dimensional drawing. what, do you work for pixar! get out of here! all right. did we win at all. >> is it our time to go again?
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>> jimmy: it's a showdown between me and you and it's worth 50 points. >> okay. here. wait. >> jim: that was amazing. gosh. all right, here we go. we both share the same clue. >> oh, we do? >> jimmy: first partner who gets it wins the whole thing. oh, boy. >> okay, okay. >> jimmy: are you ready? it's a phrase. ready? go! >> um, happy -- >> man, happy, sad. >> crying. >> don't cry -- >> crybaby. >> don't worry, be happy! don't cry over spilt milk! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you are the greatest! >> honestly. >> jimmy: congratulations, you guys. congratulations. katie, chris. oh, i'm sorry, dee. katie couric! the champion. you get t-shirts. "katie" airs weekdays on syndication. freddie highmore joins us next.
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>> jimmy: our next guest is a very talented actor. you've seen him in "finding neverland," and "charlie and the chocolate factory." now he's taking on the role of a young norman bates -- really creepy -- in the new a&e series, "bates motel." ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to the show, freddie highmore! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: freddie highmore! we once worked together. do you remember this, in a movie? >> we did, yeah. we only met later on, though. you worked with someone doing an animated film, and then meet them after it's all finished. >> jimmy: it was an animated film. i was in by myself just doing the voiceover thing. so, i never actually met you. and i ran up to you after the premiere and you had no idea who i was. [ laughter ] and you were like, "okay, yeah, crazy old man." >> well, yeah, i think it was the premiere here in new york, wasn't it? and we were out almost in the street doing interviews, probably just dodging the cars. >> jimmy: it was a very odd premiere.
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you've been acting since you were a little kid. i mean, "finding neverland," how old were you in that one. >> probably nine or 10. when i started filming that one. i'm starting to feel old now. >> jimmy: no, my gosh, please. you were working with johnny depp and you worked with him in "charlie and the chocolate factory" as well. >> yes. >> jimmy: is he your buddy? >> he's great, yeah. he's fantastic. >> jimmy: did you realize how big of a star he was when you were that little? >> no. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: treated him the same way as you did me at the premiere. >> you and johnny are very alike. >> jimmy: yeah, we're very similar. yeah, we look the same. [ laughter ] >> he's rubbish at pictionary as well. >> jimmy: yeah, he's rotten at pictionary, thank you for rubbing it in. [ laughter ] you realize he was a crazy star, you say you were doing a very emotional scene? >> that's right, the last scene of "finding neverland," well, just the two of us on a bench, or so it seemed. but there were sort of hundreds of screaming fans, saying, "we love you, johnny!" and various people trying to put umbrellas, trying to block them out. we were just there on the bench looking out at sea of umbrellas. with a few people on shoulders like, peering over. >> jimmy: that was a pretty
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dramatic scene, too. i believe you were wheezing. >> you just try and block it out. >> jimmy: you're a good actor. you're going to college now? university? >> i'm at cambridge. >> jimmy: cambridge. >> yes, carrying on with the studies, as well. >> jimmy: good man. what are you studying? >> i'm doing arabic and spanish. >> jimmy: no thanks. [ laughter ] >> not just the language, a little bit of literature and other stuff. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, no thanks. [ laughter ] no, but that's amazing. why arabic? >> i've just always enjoyed languages. i did french and spanish at school, and figured, why not start a new language. >> jimmy: you know four languages? >> yeah, yeah, i guess, and the american accent as well, for "bates motel." >> jimmy: yeah, and you're not even british. [ laughter ] you're making this up now. [ laughter ] you're from new jersey. >> absolutely. yeah, absolutely. i just pretend to be british. >> jimmy: it's a good pretend. you have to pretend to be norman bates in "bates motel." creepy? how creepy is it? is it scary? >> yeah, it's a kind of psychological thriller, i think. your mind makes up as much as the show. you know, there are some things
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that are hard hitting, but at the same time, a lot of it is in your mind and you go on that journey to discover what made norman bates psycho. >> jimmy: yeah, are you fan of the original movie? >> yeah, the original is great. >> jimmy: have you ever been to the house in l.a.? >> no, no. >> jimmy: it's on the universal lot. >> no, i've never made it there. we built a new replica of it in vancouver where we're shooting. >> jimmy: ooh, man. that gives me the creeps. >> yeah, there it is. >> jimmy: just looking at the house gives me the creeps. that's just scary right there. >> and the roof isn't actually there at all. they just add that on later. you go up, and on this mound in vancouver, it's actually -- it was a rubbish set, so the smell, after a few days of no rain -- which is rare in vancouver, because it rains a lot. but when it doesn't rain, the smell -- >> jimmy: you get a waft of something awful. that sucks. >> the whole thing stinks. >> jimmy: in l.a., they have this thing, you go on the universal tour, and they go on a tram, it takes you around. i highly recommend it. it's awesome. every time i go to l.a., just to remind you how fun this business is. and you drive past the norman
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bates house, and you're like, that's where they shot "psycho." and then this actor comes out with a fake dead body. [ laughter ] and then he starts chasing you after the tram with a knife, and he's so convincing and scary, he deserves an oscar. whoever that guy is, i want to say, you're awesome. >> it really is norman bates. if this doesn't work out, i could be that. >> jimmy: i'll let him know you can take his job. [ talking over each other ] you should just do the thing and then pull out your own knife and just stare at him. "i'm you as a younger." i want to show a clip of "bates motel." do you want to set this clip up? >> yeah, well, there's a girl who norman takes an interest in, comes by to the bates motel and asks him out with a group of friends, but norma, played by the lovely vera farmiga, says no. >> jimmy: here we go. you'll see how creepy mom and son issues. here we go, freddie highmore in "bates motel." take a look at this. >> how could you do that? you didn't even let me answer. >> there was no point in answering because i knew you would say yes and i knew that i would have to say no.
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>> i could have gone, mom. >> you can go another time when we're settled in. >> this is what it's always going to be like with you. later, another time. when, mom? you said you wanted me to have a life here. this is how you have one. you meet friends. you let other people in your life. >> friends? >> yeah, she's pretty. maybe she kind of likes me. i'm 17. >> norman, you don't even know them. you have to be a little careful. >> why do i have to be careful? >> norman, don't lose your temper with me! i'm just looking out for you! ♪ well, maybe you better just stay there the rest of the night then! >> jimmy: creepy! [ cheers and applause ] you're awesome. freddie highmore, everybody! the series premiere of "bates motel" airs monday, march 18th, at 10:00 p.m. on a&e. justin timberlake performs next. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest will release his new album "the 20/20 experience" on march 19th. [ cheers and applause ] tonight, he's here to debut another brand-new song, "strawberry bubblegum," please welcome back, justin timberlake! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ it was such a mellow mellow mellow mellow mellow day ♪ ♪ when you walk by it was such a mellow mellow mellow, mellow mellow, mellow day ♪ ♪ i, i can't deny the way you caught my eye, eye and then something struck and refilled up the sky ♪ ♪ and everything on you intoxicates i don't know why i let you kick in ♪ ♪ my do not disturb sign but i guess your mouth in motion got me so high and i could tell it's pure ♪ ♪ just by the taste
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when you kiss me so tell me you wanna get close somewhere far away ♪ ♪ far away don't worry about your loving it won't go to waste go to waste ♪ ♪ don't ever change your flavor cause i love the taste love the taste if you ask me where ♪ ♪ i wanna go i say all the way ♪ ♪ cause she's just like nothing that i've ever seen before ♪ ♪ baby please don't change nothing because your flavor's so original ♪ ♪ and it all started when she said hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey ♪ ♪ smacking that strawberry bubblegum you really got me when you said ♪ ♪ hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey popping that strawberry bubblegum ♪ ♪ break it down break it down
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this goes out to you you you you ♪ ♪ you you you this goes out to you you you you you so tell me why ♪ ♪ we're making love like professionals on the first time acting unprofessional ♪ ♪ but it works out cause you didn't wanna work here anyway ♪ ♪ and baby i, i girl i'm all addicted and i won't fight you and me ♪ ♪ best of recipe for a good time and it ain't really nothing but clothes in the way ♪ ♪ tell me you wanna get close somewhere far away far away don't worry about your ♪ ♪ loving it won't go to waste go to waste
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don't ever change your ♪ ♪ flavor cause i love the taste love the taste and if you ask me ♪ ♪ where i wanna go i say all the way ♪ ♪ cause she's just like nothing that i've ever seen before ♪ ♪ and baby please don't change nothing because your flavor's so original ♪ ♪ and it all started when she said hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey ♪ ♪ smacking that strawberry bubblegum you really got me when you said ♪ ♪ hey hey hey hey hey hey hey hey popping that strawberry bubblegum ♪ ♪ my little strawberry strawberry strawberry bubblegum ♪ ♪ my little strawberry strawberry strawberry bubblegum ♪ ♪ she's my little strawberry strawberry strawberry bubblegum ♪
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♪ my little strawberry strawberry strawberry bubblegum ♪ ♪ hey ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ come in sit down let me elevate your appetite any flavor you want ♪ ♪ my selection is the tasty kind but you you're delicious on your own ♪ ♪ after i break you down my fingers you're so sweet that's what you told me when i taste on your lips ♪ ♪ duck under the door girl before they pick up your scent ♪ ♪ if you'd be my
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strawberry bubblegum then i'd be your blueberry lollipop ♪ ♪ baby girl won't you be my strawberry bubblegum then i'd be your blueberry lollipop ♪ ♪ and then i'd love you 'til i make you pop strawberry bubblegum then i'd be your ♪ ♪ blueberry lollipop little girl won't you be my strawberry bubblegum then i'd be your ♪ ♪ blueberry lollipop and then i'd love you 'til i make you pop ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's the way to do it. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you are amazing. you are amazing! justin timberlake! that was great. "the 20/20 experience" in stores on march 19th. my thanks to katie couric, freddie highmore, justin timberlake. once again, and the greatest
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band in late-night, the roots right there! stay tuned for carson daly. thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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captions by vitac ♪ >> carson: hi, carson daly here. thank you for staying up late. i appreciate it. we're coming to you tonight from the redbury hotel in hollywood for tonight's "last call." coming up, we'll shine the spotlight on travis knight, the man behind the animation studio responsible for the oscar- nominated film "paranorman." our music tonight, we'll visit thel rey for a little silver lake rock courtesy of local natives. but first, time to grab the golf clubs and head to weddington golf and tennis. tonight's interview guest can usually be found in one of two places -- the set of his nbc series "guys with kids," or at the driving range. here's my time with actor, comedian, and golf fanatic, anthony anderson. how about that baby bjorn? >> baby bjorn? >> carson: yeah. >> don't you have one? >> carson: oh, yeah, i got one. >> don't you have one? >> carson: i mean, let me tell you something? it's imperative to have one of those things. my daughter, you put her down, she starts crying. so i whip on the baby bjorn. i look like the ad for "guys with kids." >> right


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