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ahh they'll never take my body ♪ ♪ from your side love don't die ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: the fray! nice job, gentlemen. nice job, guys. thank you. thank you. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] all right. i want to thank my guests. matthew mcconaughey, eli roth and the fray. melissa mccarthy tomorrow night! jimmy fallon happening right now! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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>> steve: from studio 6a 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 ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, that's what i'm talking about right there. hot crowd!
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hot new york city crowd right there! welcome. thank you for being here, everybody. welcome. oh, my god. happy halloween to everybody out there. welcome to "te night with jimmy fallon." here's what people are talking about. of course, it's the boston red sox. i want to say congrats to those guys. they won the world series last night. [ cheers and jeers ] now, come on, now. they won fair and square. the world series last night, 6-1, they defeated the cardinals. bars in boston went crazy. it was like st. patrick's day mixed with new year's mixed with pretty much any night in boston. [ laughter ] it was really -- people had a really good time last night, which explains why today's most popular halloween costume in boston was hungover guy in same clothes as yesterday. [ laughter ] that's a great costume. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: fantastic costume. [ cheers ] very popular. a lot of people are really excited about the red sox winning, but nobody is more excited than the roots. but i'll just let them say.
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here they are to offer their congratulations using their best boston accents. the roots, everybody. quest, you want to go first? [ with boston accent ] >> questlove: congrats to boston red sox. you really rocked it hard. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you. [ cheers and applause ] all right, very good. that's fantastic. mark, how about you? [ with boston accent ] >> way to go, boston sox, they must have gone crazy in harvard yard. you really rocked it hard. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. pretty good, mark. [ applause ] tariq? tariq? [ with boston accent ] >> congrats, sox, jon lester, daniel nava, big papi, you hit so many homers, you really rocked it hard. >> jimmy: thank you. i like that. [ applause ] that's pretty good. thank you, tariq. what about you kamal? [ with brooklyn accent ] >> hey, forgetaboutit. boston's the best over here. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: i think -- kamal, that's not a boston accent. i think that's like a brooklyn accent. [ laughter ] all right. [ laughter ] okay, fine. the roots, everybody. there they are. [ cheers and applause ] boston accents. and did you see this? fox baseball commentator tim mccarver -- we love tim mccarver. he's retiring from broadcasting after a long career in the booth. last night's game was his last. so joe buck took a moment to offer some heartfelt words for his friend and partner. mccarver's response wasn't quite as heartfelt. take a look. >> you're the best to ever do this in this sport. and it has been an absolute honor and pleasure over these 18 years, 16 world series. you are the best, and i love you. i love you like a brother. i love you like a best friend. thanks for all that you've brought into my life both in a booth and outside a booth. >> ditto. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: ditto? [ applause ] i'd hate to be tim mccarver's wife on valentine's day. "i love you, honey, more than anything in the world." "right back at you." [ laughter ] i love that. of course, today is halloween, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] lookin' good. so everyone who went trick-or-treating, i just want to say i hope you had fun and i hope you stayed safe. and to everyone who gave out raisins, i want to say go to hell. [ laughter ] everybody loves halloween, but a lot of people don't know where the holiday comes from. so to help you out, here's a brief history of halloween. >> halloween comes from the latin word halloweenus, which means slutty costume day. [ laughter ] the first halloween costume was worn by benjamin franklin who dressed up as slutty liberty bell. [ laughter ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: everyone likes halloween. happy halloweenus. i love this.
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everybody over at "the today show" was wearing costumes this morning. very festive. they dressed up as classic tv characters. and matt lauer really went for it this year, dressing up as pamela anderson from "baywatch." look at this. [ laughter ] i just figured out where in the world matt lauer is. my nightmares. [ laughter and applause ] wow! he went for it. and i was surprised to see even some politicians dressing up for halloween. let's take a look at this clip from a recent obama speech. >> with that, what i'd like to do is ask to say a few words starting with our outstanding current -- [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, if you're going to be traveling soon, you should listen to this. the faa announced today that airline passengers can start
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using cell phones and ipads during takeoffs and landings. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ yep. in related news, everyone was already doing that. [ laughter ] but thank you for your permission. i thought this was kind of weird. i saw that the former director of the cia, robert gates, has been nominated as the new president of the boy scouts. he went from the cia to the boy scouts. [ light laughter ] don't be surprised if you ask a little boy what's your badge for? and he's like, "if i tell you, i'll have to kill you." [ laughter and applause ] this is interesting. i guess even kids shows are starting to reflect what's going on with the economy. in fact, i heard that spongebob squarepants will soon be unemployed in a new episode. [ light laughter ] which explains the new name, spongebob sweatpants. [ laughter ] you can tell spongebob's unemployed by that new lyric --
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♪ who lives in his car under the sea ♪ [ laughter ] oh man, higgins, you're going to laugh at this. this isn't good at all but really made me laugh. a church in the town of dixon, illinois, is getting a lot of attention after it showed up in a recent google earth picture that was taken from above. take a look at this. [ laughter and applause ] let's see that again. i just want to see that again. [ applause ] >> steve: i guess they're not happy to see me. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] it would probably look bigger if they trimmed that tree. you know? [ laughter ] that's all the time we have. got a big show tonight. give it up for the roots, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, that is singer amel larrieux sitting in with the roots tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and that's her daughter sky joining her. hey, sky. this is amel's new album, "ice cream every day." her first new release in six years. thanks for being on our show here. i appreciate that. >> it's super-duper. my pleasure. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. well, we've known the roots for a long time.
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you're friends with these guys. we dug up this photo. get ready, man. this is awesome. you were questlove's prom date. [ laughter and applause ] that's what i'm talking about. what do you remember about this night? >> it was frazzled because your date got sick, i believe. and i stood in for her. >> jimmy: aw. >> and so he didn't think he was going to have a date and it worked out. we were really good friends. i went. >> jimmy: you definitely worked out. oh, my gosh. what a great prom date. >> questlove: that was my last haircut. >> jimmy: was in the last time you did? >> questlove: june 2nd, '89, yeah. that was my last haricut. >> jimmy: you remember the exact day. okay. all right, rainman. chill out. [ laughter and applause ] we love you. congrats on the new album. look at this right there. oh, my. [ cheers and applause ]
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welcome and thank you. thank you for being here. we love you, quest. we have a great show. she's hosting "saturday night live" with musical guest eminem this weekend. from the hit show "scandal," kerry washington is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] she's awesome. plus we love it when this guy stops by. he's just so fun. every time he comes on the show, we ask him to do something weird. and he just does it. >> steve: he says yes. >> jimmy: he's just the nicest guy ever. great actor, funny guy as well. he's doing the first ever youtube music awards. he's going to host it this sunday. jason schwartzman will be joining us. [ cheers and applause ] he's so fun. and then we got this -- this kid is amazing. he's a 14-year-old culinary prodigy. chef glen mcgarry is on the show. [ cheers and applause ] 14-year-old chef. he's a genius. he's good. happy halloween, higgins. >> steve: happy halloween to you, james. >> jimmy: i appreciate that. i like halloween. all right. i think it's okay.
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i like it. it's fun for everybody, i guess. the time of year reminds me of something scary that happened to me years ago. it's scary to even talk about it. higgins, do you remember the lamp on my desk? >> steve: yeah, the scary lamp? >> jimmy: yeah, it was a scary lamp. i had a lamp on my desk, i don't know. i think it was haunted or something. it was a scary lamp. i know it sounds crazy, but it was just a scary lamp. [ laughter ] here, take a look. >> happy halloween, mr. fallon. >> jimmy: happy halloween, carl. [ sinister music playing ] ♪
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♪ ♪ >> steve: what up, bud? >> jimmy: geez, higgins, you scared me. >> steve: ooh, sorry. you all right? >> jimmy: no, it's no big deal. hey, dude, while you're here, do you notice anything weird about this lamp? >> steve: what lamp? ♪ >> jimmy: dude, the lamp right there. >> steve: are you drunk? >> jimmy: what? i'm not drunk. >> steve: because if you are drunk, seriously, don't worry about it. i can get you out of here. i can sneak you to the back door. >> higgins. >> steve: what? >> i found you. i need you to do a voiceover for
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this sketch. who are you talking to? ♪ >> steve: jimmy. he has some crazy story about a lamp. >> jimmy fallon? >> steve: right there, jimmy fallon. >> jimmy: i'm right here. >> jimmy fallon? ♪ whatever, man. hey, listen, we've got to get this sketch put away. if you can come to the voiceover -- >> hey, man, what's up miles? ♪ >> hey, man. >> hey, what's up. >> have you seen jimmy? >> jimmy: i'm right here. i'm right here. the lamp's right there. >> how's it going, man? have you guys seen jimmy or miles? we supposed to have, like, a writer's meeting. >> he's right there. >> he's right where? >> this jimmy thing is annoying, though, because i really need to talk to that guy and i can't find him anywhere. >> jimmy: i'm right here. oh, my gosh, this is so infuriating. and seriously, no one can tell me what's going on with this lamp? >> i still don't see miles. >> i still don't have any idea who you're talking to. but i could use a lamp in my office, so if you see one, let me know. >> oh, yeah sure. >> look, if you see jimmy, can you tell him we're looking for
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him? >> jimmy: i'm right here. >> steve: dude, it's like they can't see you or something. >> seriously, who are you talking to? >> who are you talking to? >> who are you guys talking to? >> steve: what do you mean who am i talking to? >> there's nobody there. >> jimmy: enough! okay, enough! conference room. right now. well, everybody who can see me just tell the others. tell the others. [ laughter ] okay, here's the deal. i can see everybody and i can see the lamp. who here can see the lamp? ♪ higgins, can you ask everyone if they can see the lamp? >> steve: can you see the lamp? >> god, no. i can't even see jimmy. i can't see the lamp. >> jimmy: okay, you know what? forget that. let's move on. who here can see the monologue writers? ♪ okay, roots. who can see the roots? ♪
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the basketball players? [ laughter ] ♪ great, so only the black people can see the basketball team. that's not racist at all. [ laughter ] rachel maddow. anybody? >> don't see anything. >> jimmy: okay. who can see the guy in the newspaper costume? ♪ okay. that guy's not even a real dude, yet you can all see him. i have no idea what's going on anymore. this is insane. happy halloween! you're all nuts. >> trick-or-treat, bud. have a happy holiday. >> everything okay, mr. fallon? >> jimmy: i guess so, carl. lamp trouble. >> come on, mr. fallon. i'll take you home.
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>> jimmy: ladies and gentlemen, here to perform a special halloween song, please welcome tux. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ mr. scarecrow made out of straw plaid shirt and overalls ♪ ♪ mr. scarecrow made out of hay get those crows away ♪ ♪ alone you spend your days peeking through the haze protecting the fields of the corn maze ♪
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>> wait a minute, brother. >> what's that, brother? ♪ corn maze is called a corn maze and the native american word for corn is maize ♪ ♪ that means the native american called it a maize maze called it a maize maze ♪ >> jimmy: take it, tariq! >> one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. 11, 12, 13. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20. ♪ that's a maize maze get a maize ball disco maize ball ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ mr. scarecrow
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please welcome back to the show kerry washington. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: kerry washington, welcome back. >> thank you. >> jimmy: happy halloween. >> yes! i wore my naughty ears. >> jimmy: yeah. you're really cute. thank you so much for doing that. do you like to dress for halloween? >> i hate it. >> jimmy: me, too. why, though? >> because i dress up as other people for a living all year long. so on halloween, i'd like to be myself. >> jimmy: you're constantly as a character. >> nobody gives me candy for dressing up all year long. >> jimmy: that's true. i didn't think about that. >> that's not fair. pal, i want to know what's going on at "saturday night live." you were there. oh, my gosh, eminem. that's a show. >> i feel like the show is the fact that eminem is there and
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i'm just sort of riding his coattails. >> jimmy: not at all. >> he's amazing. >> jimmy: no, no, no. he is amazing. but no, so are you. and i can't tell you -- "scandal" couldn't be bigger. >> it's exciting. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's so good. it's the biggest thing ever. i'm so happy. >> it's really fun. >> jimmy: abc did a really smart thing, i thought, before the season kicked off. they had, like, a catch-up episode. >> yes, where they told you everything that had happened up until that point. it was narrated by our own josh molina. it was great. >> jimmy: who ever thought of that. you wanted to thank her, right? >> well, she rearranged our shooting schedule so that i could be here. sort of rearranged the episode and the shooting schedule so i could spend a week in new york doing "snl." she's the best boss ever. >> jimmy: shonda rhimes. we love you. we love you. [ applause ] she must be happy with the way everything is going, too, because everybody is talking about this show. >> we love our show. we are obsessed with our own show. we're constantly giving each other standing ovations and tweeting each other.
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>> jimmy: that's the best. we love each other here, too, as well. >> it makes it so much better. how can you not love the roots? how can you not love the roots? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how can you not love the roots? you can tell that because you live tweet during your episode. >> yeah, we do. >> jimmy: so, if you're on twitter, you can follow. >> it used to be that just the cast had twitter accounts because we would live tweet with audiences and fans of the show. but now the grips and electrics have twitter accounts and the dp and the producer and the props department. like, everybody's got a twitter account. >> jimmy: everybody knows the behind the scenes stories. it's fun. i'm so happy about that. now what is going on on "saturday night live" upstairs? have you ever been to "saturday night live" yet? >> i have seen it once before. i've never been on it, obviously, which is a total dream come true. especially being from new york, it's a new york institution. it's like an institution of business. 40 years next year. >> jimmy: so you've seen it live tapings? >> here's the coolest thing about it. there is this group of people, the crew behind the scenes, that
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are moving furniture and sets around at a speed you can't even imagine. it is like the performance behind the performance. it's a well-choreographed dance of set pieces moving fast like if one of them hits you you're down for the count. >> jimmy: no, yeah, exactly. that's what i try to tell people. when you're watching "saturday night live" and there's a commercial on. it's not a commercial upstairs. it's live. it's live. >> people are working. people are changing things, moving furniture. >> jimmy: putting a mustache on you. putting a wig on. everybody's moving around. it's insane. >> the woman who does wardrobe on the show has already apologized to me. she's like, "i'm going to grab you. i'm going to grab you a lot." >> jimmy: donna. >> yes, donna's amazing. >> jimmy: you have to trust donna. she's going to grab your hand and just run with her. run and fly like a little bird. >> i shall. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you shall, yes. you have to. and i hope -- don't tell me anything you're going to do because i love to be surprised. that's why i love "saturday night live." are you doing a little singing or some type of singing something? >> maybe, maybe. >> jimmy: because i did some research. i did some research, and i found out that you sang in an a cappella group. >> busted. >> jimmy: wasn't it called triple trio?
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>> it was nine girls. it was triple trio. >> jimmy: so a math problem was your name. [ light laughter ] >> i went to a very smarty pants school. >> jimmy: they were the square roots. [ light laughter ] >> see? that's even nerdier. >> jimmy: that's even nerdier. they were the square roots. they were like, "that's too much math." >> you stopped by and thought it was this cool afrocentric roots thing. >> jimmy: they're the greatest. triple trio. what would happen when triple trio would get together? >> we would sing songs without music. and our big fund-raising thing, especially big time of the year was valentine's day, because you could hire us to do, like, loving singing telegrams to people. it was an all girls school so we'd go to, like, diners or cafes or the boys school. >> jimmy: did you have outfits and costumes? >> we did. we had our uniforms and sometimes we did bows. we had a little catalog of love songs. >> jimmy: did you sing any pop songs? do you remember anything? >> we did old school. we did classical songs.
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we did new stuff. a lot of '60s doo-wop kind of stuff. >> jimmy: that was your jam? >> yeah. >> jimmy: got ya. will you do a little something maybe saturday? >> maybe saturday. >> jimmy: i do love it. let's talk about "scandal" while we're out here. and everyone knows this. can you explain the show if you haven't seen "scandal"? >> i play olivia pope, who is a fixer. i'm a person who very wealthy, powerful people go to when they have problems that they don't know how to fix. when they can't go to the cops, they can't go to a lawyer, they can't go to a publicist. this is a problem much bigger than them. they come to us at pope and associates and we fix it. >> jimmy: yes, and you fix it. yes. >> the problem is we're all really good at fixing scandals because we all have scandals of our own at the office. my character's scandal -- >> jimmy: is beyond belief. >> sleeping with the president. >> jimmy: what? [ laughter ] and not the president of, like, you know, kinkos or something. [ laughter ] >> no, no, no, no. president of the united states. >> jimmy: president of the united states. you are sleeping with him. and tell shonda about that. the kinkos guy. i can play the kinkos guy if you want me. [ light laughter ] >> the guy that steals olivia's
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heart. i know you run the free world, but kinkos! >> jimmy: i mean, free copies. >> come on. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: free copies. >> call the preachers. >> jimmy: but team jake and team fitz is, like, the big thing now. >> yes, there's sort of two camps because olivia, you know, she has big feelings for the president, who's fitz. but this other guy around played by scott foley. the president is played by the brilliant tony goldwyn. and scott foley is equally brilliant. jake and there's a team jake and a team fitz. they call them o-lake because i'm olivia. so o-lake is olivia/jake. >> jimmy: o-litz? >> o-litz, good. >> jimmy: o-lake and o-litz. like a word jumble. >> the gladiators, our fans fight over o-lake and o-litz. say that seven times fast. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's my favorite german restaurant in new york city. [ laughter ] but which team are you on as a fan of the show? >> i am on team shonda.
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whatever she writes. [ applause ] >> jimmy: oh, very smart. kerry washington. "scandal" airs tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. on abc. [ cheers and applause ] check out "saturday night live" this weekend. so happy for you. musical guest eminem. jason schwartzman joins us next. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ screaming ] [ whirring ] ♪ ♪ one, two, one, two, three ♪ come on, come on ♪ come on, come on ♪ come on, come on [ male announcer ] this is an invitation... xbox, on. [ male announcer ] a new generation... where your games and entertainment are no longer separated... xbox, go to "star trek into darkness." [ male announcer ] ...but together in one. the all-in-one, xbox one. ♪ everybody, come on
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. our next guest is a very funny and talented actor who will host the first ever youtube music awards live this sunday at 6:00 p.m. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome our friend, jason schwartzman, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to our show.
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>> nice to see you. >> jimmy: just your luck. the band tux reunited on our show earlier. and i mean, i know you're a big fan. >> i mean, how -- i mean, you guys saw what i saw, right? [ cheers ] i mean, wow, i mean, really, wow. >> jimmy: really, wow. they haven't been together -- >> you have great people on here all the time, so you are used to that type of an event. that is -- i mean, tux just doesn't just walk through everyone's door and say, you know, we want to play. congratulations. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: makes me feel good. i appreciate that. we have the photo of them just having a good time. [ laughter ] they're having fun. [ cheers and applause ] >> what a mystery. >> jimmy: they're very mysterious. i will say they're very mysterious, that gentleman there. i don't know where they're from. >> i don't know if anyone does. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: they don't tour much. >> weird. that's what i heard. like, so what? do they just do these kind of one-off things? >> jimmy: yeah, they do one-off
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things. they were going to have a big reunion tour. >> i heard about that. >> jimmy: with ace of base? [ laughter ] >> and then what happened? they pulled out? >> jimmy: something happened in the ace of base camp and it didn't go over well. >> i know. look -- they didn't want to open for tux. >> jimmy: yeah, tux wanted to headline. >> tux was the headline. they butted heads. >> jimmy: they butted heads. they've had a ton of albums. >> yeah, 17, i think. >> jimmy: 17 albums. >> 18 including the live album. >> jimmy: the live album wasn't -- well it turned out it wasn't live. >> get out of here. you're a real tux freak. >> jimmy: i am, yeah. [ laughter ] >> i do love tux. >> jimmy: i do love tux. >> no, i do, too. i don't meet a lot of tux fans. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: at first i thought they were spelled t-u-c-k-s, like the hemorrhoid -- >> oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: which you would think what everyone thought. but it's just t-u-x. >> i know, it's beautiful. >> jimmy: i'm just so psyched you were here on that night. they are the best band in the
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world. >> when i heard they were coming here, i was, like, i couldn't believe it. >> jimmy: there were really, like, three or four fans outside trying to get in this morning. [ laughter ] >> that's amazing. >> jimmy: then it turns out they were in line for cronuts. [ laughter ] jason, we always love when you're on the show here. you're doing something always different and fun. now you're going to host the first ever youtube music awards this sunday, 6:00 p.m. this is exciting. why are you doing this? >> why am i doing this? that's a great question. >> jimmy: are you a fan of youtube? >> yes, i love youtube. i mean, i'm not, like -- i'm sure there's a lot of other people out there that know youtube better. i don't know about the channels and the different things you can have on youtube. i use it primarily as, like, a resource tool. i love instruments and old equipment. and a lot of times the only way to hear a synthesizer or something that you will never see in your lifetime is to type in, like, casio something demo. and a guy with the casio
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keyboard sk-1000, brass section. here is the string section. here is the saxophone section. [ light laughter ] these kind of go into to pre-steps. i watch it. i'm the one view. i watch it go from zero to one halfway through watching it. but it's amazing because what happens is -- you know, we are all this computer age now, so you know if, like, that thing happens where it's, like, if i look at my search history it's, like, 9:21, cord something synthesizer. 4:00 a.m., how to bleed a leech. [ laughter ] [ talking over each other ] i swear to god i was, like, watching this video and i was, like, i, like, closed the computer. i was like -- >> jimmy: became an evil man. >> i felt terrible about myself. >> jimmy: you jumped in the wormhole. >> it was terrible. >> jimmy: you jumped in the wormhole. >> i was, like, in the wormhole with leaches. get me out! but doing this thing has been great. i've been learning so much about youtube. i mean, nothing that everybody
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else doesn't know, but i've been learning about great stuff and it's exciting. >> jimmy: spike jonze is directing. >> spike jonze conceived of the whole thing. that's his night, his event. he's directing a bunch of it. >> jimmy: you've never done this before. >> he's never done it before. pretty much everyone else on that crew has never done it before. i've never done it before. >> jimmy: it's the first ever. >> first ever. >> jimmy: but no one's done it before. >> but no one's done that, but not even any of us have even done anything on, like, live on television or on the internet before. so it's exciting. it's great. the stakes are low. it's going to be either -- [ laughter ] it's going to be either, like, a beautiful mess. like, it's going to be great because we're doing these live music videos. these very complicated videos live, and it will be great. or it's gonna be just a normal mess. at which case, who cares? it's just not going to be a hot mess, which is what i hear. >> jimmy: i love this. you're in town because you're always prepared for your work. you're, like, a method actor. you get involved. you came ten days before the youtube awards, and they wouldn't let you into the building. >> this is what happened. well, what happened was i do like to prepare, as you know about me.
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>> jimmy: yes. >> i'm a super-preparer. that's my e-mail address. [ light laughter ] what is that super-preparer. so basically, i came here, i left my wife and my child had a fever at the time. daddy's got to go work, baby. i gotta go prepare for the youtube awards. we gotta write the script up. we gotta make it good. i come out here ten days, i'm working for two days. we're getting going. pretty early on in the process, it's decided, let's take away the script. there shouldn't be any script for jason or my co-host, reggie watts. he's not here now. >> jimmy: we can cgi him in later. floating head of reggie watts right there. that's reggie there. >> so basically, there's no script anymore. they took away because they want to keep it spontaneous. the night is about spontaneity and live fun. i have no idea. not only that, but then they said, you know what? we should just throw a bunch of obstacles at him and ambush him over the course of the night. i have to try to host it on my feet for 90 minutes. we have no idea what's gonna happen. when i show up, like, to the
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writing meetings, they go, "stop. can jason come in?" [ laughter ] "you have to wait an hour." they won't let me in. and -- >> jimmy: what's going to happen? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: you didn't give them any guidelines at all? >> yes. the guidelines are -- and i'm up for everything. but my three guidelines that i gave them which was no shaving -- no hair pulling. >> jimmy: no, no. >> and what was my third guideline that i gave them? >> jimmy: i do kind of remember this. no chasing you. >> oh, no chasing me. that's right. i don't like to be chased. [ laughter ] i don't want to be chased. so whatever happens happens. but everything else -- >> jimmy: that's my favorite guideline. >> you can pierce me. >> jimmy: they can pierce you, but you don't want to be chased. >> was that a belly ring you just did? you can pierce me. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, i did do a belly ring. >> i was imagining this. maybe i should add a fourth one. no belly rings. i meant ears only. >> jimmy: please get a belly piercing. >> only above the collarbone piercing. i can add this guideline whenever i want. i'm hosting the youtube awards.
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>> jimmy: he can do it right there. that's a guideline. >> it's gonna be crazy. >> jimmy: i cannot wait to watch. i can't wait to see what's gonna happen. >> anything can happen. >> jimmy: jason schwartzman. check out the youtube music awards this sunday at 6:00 p.m. we're gonna meet chef flynn mcgarry next. come on back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ this is the quicksilver cash back card from capital one. it's not the "limit the cash i earn every month" card. it's not the "i only earn decent rewards at the gas station" card. it's the no-games, no-signing up, everyday-rewarding, kung-fu-fighting, silver-lightning-in-a-bottle, bringing-home-the-bacon cash back card. this is the quicksilver card from capital one. unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase, everywhere, every single day. so ask yourself, what's in your wallet? perfectly bite-sized drops day. of rich and creamy chocolate happiness.
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♪ >> jimmy: our next guest is 14 years old. he's already cooked alongside some of the world's best chefs. he also has his own monthly pop-up restaurant called eureka in beverly hills, and he's here tonight to show us what we can do with leftover halloween candy. here's my man, chef flynn mcgarry, everybody. ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: welcome, welcome. all right, flynn, what are we doing here? what do we got? what are we having? >> today we have some smoked maple ice cream that we're going to mix frozen snickers and reese's into it. >> jimmy: so this is what you can do with your leftover halloween candy? >> if you have liquid nitrogen at home, which everyone does. >> jimmy: who doesn't? yeah, duh. [ laughter ] we always have too much. >> i don't know what to do with it? what do you do with your leftover liquid nitrogen? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes, so you get liquid nitrogen.
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what do we do there? >> and then we take the candy and put it in there until it's frozen. >> jimmy: can you just drop it straight into that? >> you just drop it straight in -- >> jimmy: you can eat liquid nitrogen? >> it all evaporates off of it, so it's safe to eat. >> jimmy: sorry, i'm an older man than you are. and i didn't know this. [ laughter ] >> so now you guys can take the mallets and just smash the candy. >> jimmy: smash the candy? >> smash the candy. >> jimmy: yup. whoa! wow. wait, that's it. >> yeah. >> jimmy: we just did -- it broke faster than i thought. i thought i'd be here like an "i love lucy" sketch. that was so fast. >> wow. >> jimmy: so that goes right in with that frozen stuff? >> so this is -- this is gonna go on top. this stuff -- we're going to take it and mix it into the ice cream. >> jimmy: 14 years old? gosh, when i was your age, i was not doing this. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i was playing with he-man dolls and pretending it was some other little kid's doll. my mom was basically "this kid is playing with he-man dolls." not me, i'm 14 years old. way too old to play with -- skeletor! don't touch skeletor!
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: that frightens little kids. >> so then we're gonna take that -- >> jimmy: smoked maple? >> smoked maple ice cream. >> jimmy: how did you come up with this palate? what 14-year-old kid likes smoked maple ice cream? that's awesome, dude. >> it tastes a lot better than it sounds, i guess. >> jimmy: i believe it. >> so this -- if you wanna put this -- >> jimmy: what is this? >> this is a lollipop mold. >> jimmy: duh, of course. you have those laying around the house. [ laughter ] laying over the house. >> you have no idea how much this segment means to me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: liquid nitrogen and lollipop molds. that's like his kitchen. >> yeah, all right. just take the lollipops, put 'em in there. >> jimmy: uh-huh. this is very fun. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry. this is like a puzzle. >> you're gonna win! >> jimmy: i do this at my psychiatrist's office every week. [ laughter ] which one is your father? which one is your mother? [ laughter ] >> so we're gonna then take a -- >> jimmy: my father was the ice cream. [ laughter ] sorry. >> take a spoonful of the ice cream. >> jimmy: yep, gotcha. >> put it in.
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>> jimmy: yup. how did you get into this, dude? i keep calling you dude. i'm so sorry. how did you come into this? was your mom into this? was your dad into this? >> i actually got into it because neither of my parents liked to cook. and when they did, i didn't really like their food. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what a great kid. happy mother's day, everybody! [ laughter ] no, no, no, i met your mom backstage. she's very nice. she loves you. >> so yes. [ laughter ] >> than when we put it in the molds, we're going to dip it in the liquid nitrogen. >> jimmy: all right, watch your hands. >> whoa! >> jimmy: whoa, whoa, whoa. >> i got these. i got these. >> jimmy: we got them here, too. >> yeah. you're not touching it, so we're good. >> jimmy: doesn't matter. >> you're safe. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: doesn't matter. halloween, dude. here we go! >> here we go. >> jimmy: let's go! >> i'm touching it. >> jimmy: i'm going to touch it, too. here we go. all right, so -- >> i can't get these -- [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: they're for 14-year-old fingers. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow, look at that. look at that. >> oh, my gosh.
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>> jimmy: whoa. frozen, frozen, frozen. >> so, this is very cold. and then we're gonna -- >> jimmy: how come we're totally wearing this and you're not anymore? it's, like, so lame. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is it going to -- wow. >> they'll just pop out. >> jimmy: you're a genius. >> you are. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. how about your -- you cooked for the president of the united states? >> i did. >> jimmy: that's crazy. >> it was pretty -- >> jimmy: you're 14. [ cheers and applause ] you have to leave other things. you have to have goals or you're going to get bored soon. >> i probably will. >> jimmy: so, what was the president like? was he cool? he was great, right? >> he was great. he was great. we went in to take the photo, and he immediately was, like, "so you have a kitchen in your bedroom?" i was like, uh-oh. >> jimmy: how did he know that? >> i guess he's got good people. >> jimmy: nsa. nsa. [ laughter ] nsa, they know everything. >> so you guys want to take this and just drizzle it on? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> i don't know how to drizzle. >> jimmy: i can't hold -- >> how do i drizzle?
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i mean, what would you do? >> that's a lot, but okay. >> jimmy: i don't know the rules here! >> that's not drizzling anymore. this is more like a dollop. [ laughter ] okay. >> jimmy: there you go. >> i guess it will go back in there. >> jimmy: oh, it's not supposed to go in here? >> it doesn't have to, but -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don't put it in your mouth! what do we do with this? >> now, these ones are -- >> jimmy: so, this is what you want it to -- >> these ones are -- >> jimmy: you want it to look like that? >> i want it to look like that. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ >> drizzle. >> jimmy: wow. all right. >> and then you take the frozen candy, break it up and mix it with maldon and sea salt. >> jimmy: oh yeah, maldon sea salt is a gem. [ laughter ] >> and then it's pretty good. >> jimmy: flynn mcgarry. flynn's supper club, eureka, is popping up in beverly hills november 14th through the 16th. go to this restaurant. you can also go to for more information. we'll be right back, everybody. ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to kerry washington, jason schwartzman, chef flynn mcgarry. amel larrieux right there. [ cheers and applause ] amel larrieux. sky. thank you, sky. and the greatest band in late night, the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "carson daly." thank you for watching. have a good night. i hope to see you tomorrow. come back. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] ♪


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