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he made the heroes laugh the today. sebastian met the firefighters and the police officers who saved his life. sebastian had slipped off of the edge of a cliff and tumbled more than 200 feet and landed on the rocks p below. the firefighters rapeled off of the cliff and rescued him. he had broken bones and jaw wired shut, and he is so much better and going through the rehab at uscf, and he met the heros and gave them a hug. >> look at how cute he is. >> and how adorable. >> and he is very good with the mic, too. >> thank you for joining us tonight. have a great day tomorrow. >> bye-bye. >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests --
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gweneth paltrow josh gad musical guest, panda bear and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 194. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you! welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome! [ cheers and applause ] welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. thank you for being here. fun show tonight.
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it's going to be great. but first, here's what people are talking about. there are reports that new jersey governor chris christie will begin fund-raising for a potential 2016 presidential campaign by the end of january. no word on what his platform will be. but if i know christie, it will be really strong. [ applause ] really strong -- really strong platform. >> steve: a lot of support. >> jimmy: as much as you get. he has a lot of support. actually, christie gave his fifth annual state of the state speech yesterday, and a lot of people felt like he was using it as the kickoff to a possible presidential campaign. and i can see why people would think that. because remember, he's supposed to be talking about new jersey. watch. >> i saw it on the streets of chicago and felt it in the suburbs of maryland. i heard it from farmers in kansas and from teachers in colorado. i felt it from veterans in maine and from workers in arkansas. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: pretty sure
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new jersey is the only state he did not mention. any mention at all. [ cheers and applause ] i went to kansas. even the guys that wrote "kokomo," were like any other places you want to mention? aruba, jamaica. [ laughter ] did you hear this? it's rumored that chris christie and mitt romney are planning to meet to overcome any lingering awkwardness from the 2 2012 election. incidentally, "lingering awkwardness" was actually mitt romney's secret service code name. [ laughter ] lingering awkwardness is now in the -- good evening, mr. romney, governor romney. chris christie and mitt romney have had their fair share of differences. apparently, the two haven't spoken in years after their last argument over who's on first. and they just -- [ applause ] now they figured it out and now they're going to -- and yesterday senate majority leader mitch mcconnell was asked what he thinks about mitt romney joining an already crowded field of potential republican nominees, and he said, "the more the merrier." actually that's not all
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mcconnell had to say about potential candidates. take a look. when told donald trump might run, he said, "the more the hairier." [ laughter ] when he was told rick scott might run he said, "the more the scarier." when he was told rick perry might run, he said, "the more the perry-er." i mean, he's reaching there. but then finally when told kim kardashian might run he said "the more the derriere." [ laughter ] she's not even in politics. what is he doing? just tell him to hang up the phone. hang up the phone. i feel like it's going to be a a rough election. yesterday rnc chairman reince priebus said that any activities between hillary and bill clinton are fair game if she decides to run in 2016. and bill said, "trust me, there hasn't been any activity between us in years." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] "i mean, have y'all seen 'frozen'?" [ laughter ]
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"i don't want to build a a snowman." some tv news, cbs is coming out with a new drama called "supergirl" which will focus on superman's cousin. then cbs viewers were like, "you had me on soup. i love soup so much. oh, my hip, oh, the heart. oh the heart -- i'm dead." [ applause ] this kind of made me laugh. a dog in seattle is making news after commuters noticed that she'd been riding the bus to a a local park all by herself. [ audience aws ] everyone says the dog is amazing. while the dog was like, "i've got to find that blind guy. i mean, i am in a lot of trouble. this is not good. [ laughter and applause ] this is awful." according to the magazine "u.s. news & world report," the best job in america is -- >> yours. >> jimmy: thank you. yeah. mine. [ laughter ] thank you. yeah, mine is. it pretty much is the best job. yeah. >> steve: it is.
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>> jimmy: but no. according to "u.s. news & world report" -- [ laughter ] thank you. that was a really good one. do you want to write for our show? i'm going to get your agent's number. the best job in america is being a dentist. which is interesting, because a a dentist's office is the only place where people still read "u.s. news & world report." [ applause ] this is kind of weird. there's a company in australia that will anonymously send glitter to your enemies. they'll be finding it everywhere for weeks. so if you have an enemy and you send them glitter, congratulations on being elton john. [ applause ] ♪ have you cleaned the rug tonight ♪ [ laughter ] and finally, a snowstorm has been hitting northern ireland this week, and of course the local weather channel's doing its best to keep people in the know. check out what this kid they interviewed had to say.
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>> well my wife says we have to go. you hadn't much a choice in the matter. oh good you wouldn't belong getting frostbite. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they really need to get a drinking age over there. they really do. we've got a great show, you guys! give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: it's been a great week so far, and there's more ahead. tomorrow night kevin hart will be here. [ cheers and applause ] he's a great guy. funny guy. we're going to go head to head in a game of slap jack. plus jay baruchel and music from meghan trainor. [ cheers and applause ] then on friday we've got brian williams, victoria justice, tech expert josh topolsky, and thank you notes.
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that's all looped into one friday. [ applause ] it's going to be a good week. and of course don't forget starting february 1st, we're taking the show out west. that's right, after the super bowl we're going live on sunday night from phoenix, arizona. [ cheers and applause ] it's going to be huge. will ferrell and kevin hart will both be there. and we're going to do a a lip-sync battle to end all lip-sync battles. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: yeah. i think i got my jams ready to go. >> steve: you know what it is? >> jimmy: then on monday, february 2nd, we're going to start a week of shows in los angeles. we're going to bring "the tonight show" back to l.a. that's going to be fun. but first, we're so happy that she's here tonight, because she's always so much fun. oh, my gosh. from the new movie "mortdecai" the lovely gwyneth paltrow is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: yes! love that lady. >> jimmy: she's really fun. super talented. plus this guy's a major talent. he and kevin hart star in the new comedy "the wedding ringer." it opens this friday. every time he comes on he kills it. josh gad is dropping by. funny, talented man, josh gad!
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[ cheers and applause ] and we've got great music from panda bear, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] am i holding it up right? can we just zoom in even more? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: zoom in even more so it's just this. yeah. ♪ >> steve: we just broke a a record. >> jimmy: as you guys know -- [ laughter ] panda bear. i know, yeah. i saw. as you guys know, we're always striving to get better here at "the tonight show." ♪ harder better faster stronger ♪ [ cheers and applause ] so before every show we put out a suggestion box for the audience, just to get some feedback about what you guys think of the show.
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things you'd like to see us do, that kind of stuff. so tonight let's look inside the "audience suggestion box." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ here we go here. this first one is from mike mcbride. mike, are you here? great. [ laughter ] "jimmy, i love the bachelor." yeah, so do we. that's my favorite show, man. america's favorite show. "i love the bachelor. they can make any situation seem romantic. but i was wondering if you could edit it to make it look like the host, chris harrison, is falling in love with the bachelor." i think we can do that. here. take a look. >> hi, guys. >> hey. >> sorry to interrupt, but actually, i need to steal chris. ♪ ♪ >> wow. ♪ look into my eyes >> this is going to happen.
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this is it. >> this night isn't even close to being done. >> i feel like this is a dream. ♪ >> jimmy: there you go. [ applause ] >> steve: slapped him. upside his head. >> jimmy: this one's from bill lang. bill, are you here? there you go. great. "jimmy, there are two things i've been wanting to do for a a while -- buy a van and get a a tan. the only problem is i'm so forgetful. is there some way you can help me remember to do those things?" well, we actually know someone who comes up with songs to help you remember things. he does these interactive duets with real people around new york city. so here now to help you remember to buy a van and get a a tan is the one, the only roy bongo. roy. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] whenever you're ready, take it away, roy.
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♪ gotta make a plan gotta make a plan gotta make a plan to buy a van and get a tan ♪ ♪ gotta make a plan gotta make a plan gotta make a plan to buy a van and get a tan ♪ ♪ gotta make a plan to buy a van and get a tan gotta make a plan to get a tan and buy a van ♪ ♪ gotta make a gotta make a gotta make a gotta make a gotta make a plan to buy a van and get a tan ♪ ♪ hey, guess what man gotta make a plan man gotta make a plan to buy a van and get a tan ♪ ♪ hey man, what man gotta get a tan man gotta plan to buy a van and maybe get a tan ♪ ♪ hey man, gotta make a plan man, gotta make a plan to buy a van and get a tan man ♪ ♪ hey man gotta buy a van man, gotta buy a van and get a tan so maybe i should make a plan ♪ ♪ gotta make a plan to get a tan and buy a van gotta plan to buy a van and maybe get a tan ♪ ♪ gotta buy a van gotta get a tan gotta buy a van gotta get a tan ♪ ♪ gotta buy a van gotta buy a van gotta get a tan gotta get a tan ♪ ♪ hey guess what man gotta make a plan man gotta make a plan to buy a van and get a tan ♪ ♪ gotta make a gotta make a gotta make a gotta make a gotta make a gotta make a plan ♪ >> make that plan, man [ cheers
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and applause ] >> jimmy: oh my gosh. roy bongo, everyone. roy bongo. [ cheers and applause ] that's fun, man. oh, my gosh. try another one of these. that's from steven loris. "hey jimmy, have you seen those gag laser pointers where you press the button and it gives you an electric shock? you should use one on someone." yeah, we actually had one of those around our office. just the other day here it is. it looks like kind of a a keychain, but it's also -- seems like a red laser pointer. you press this button, you're in trouble. so we told higgins and the roots we wanted to test their laser pointer accuracy in a new game. we gave them the trick laser pointer instead. and well we taped their reactions and this is what happened. ♪ >> yo! >> [ bleep ]. >> yo! why do you do this? [ laughter ] >> go! [ bleep ]
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>> ah! >> mother [ bleep ]. >> [ bleep ]. >> wait. [ bleep ] man. >> jimmy: yeah. there you go. [ cheers and applause ] we have one more here from the old suggestion box. coming from whitney benyon. she says, "jimmy, i love simon & garfunkel but i really love black simon & garfunkel. could you have them on?" it's funny you mention that, because last night was having a a sour cherry old-fashioned at the cat scratch lounge uptown. and i saw them perform. they really brought the house down. so here to perform a song, ladies and gentlemen, off their boxed set, this is "black simon & garfunkel." [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ this is that ice cold michelle pfeiffer that white gold ♪ ♪ i'm too hot hot damn call the police and the fireman ♪ ♪ i'm too hot, hot damn make a dragon wanna retire man ♪ ♪ girls hit hallelujah, whoo uptown funk gonna give it to you, woo ♪ ♪ saturday night and we in the spot, if you don't believe me just watch ♪ ♪ la, la la la la la la la la la la ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: give it up for black simon & garfunkel, everybody! that is all the time we have for audience suggestion box. stick around. we'll be back with more of the "tonight show," everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] steve: ladies and gentlemen, forget everything you know about rap music. here to perform broadway versions of hip-hop songs, please welcome gwyneth paltrow! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hey, gwyneth. >> yes, jimmy? >> jimmy: what do you say we start things off from the bottom? and on the three. one, two, three, and -- ♪ ♪ started from the bottom now we're here started from the bottom now the whole team here ♪ ♪ started from the bottom now we're here we started from the bottom now the whole team here ♪ >> jimmy: hey. [ cheers and applause ] hey, gwyneth? >> yes, jimmy? >> jimmy: how about we kick things up a notch?
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a little nicki minaj? on the two. one, two, three, two. ♪ ♪ boy toy named troy used to live in detroit big dope dealer money getting some coins ♪ ♪ my anaconda don't don't my anaconda don't don't it shouldn't my anaconda isn't at fault ♪ ♪ it don't want none unless you got buns hon ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that makes sense. that makes sense. hey, gwyneth? >> oh, yes, jimmy? >> jimmy: i --- [ laughter ] i was thinking for this last number let's go big. >> how big? >> jimmy: big sean. and on the one. one, two, three, one. ♪
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♪ i don't [ bleep ] with you you little stupid ass bitch i ain't [ bleep ] with you you little dumbass bitch ♪ ♪ i don't [ bleep ] with you you little stupid ass bitch got a million things ♪ ♪ i'd rather do than be [ bleep ] with you ♪ >> jimmy: break it down! ♪ i don't [ bleep ] with you you little stupid ass bitch da do da do da do daa ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: gwyneth paltrow, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] stick around. we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show!" come on! [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is an oscar, emmy, and golden globe award-winning actress, who stars in a new movie called "mortdecai" which will be in theaters everywhere january 23rd. please welcome the incredibly beautiful and talented gwyneth paltrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: hey! thank you. it's been so long since i've seen you last. >> i know. >> jimmy: thank you for doing that bit with us singing. i appreciate that. >> it was very fun. >> jimmy: i always like to make you sing because i know you can sing. you were actually were in a -- weren't you in a vocal group in high school? >> yes. acapella singing group. >> jimmy: what was the name? >> it was called triple trio. >> jimmy: i have their album. >> yeah. [ laughter ] who doesn't? >> jimmy: triple trio. why is that the name? >> because there were nine girls. >> jimmy: oh, wow. [ laughter ] so there was math involved. yeah. a lot of math involved with that name. yeah. >> and it was like a really cute, you know, barbershop quartet but nine -- ninetet? however you say that. >> jimmy: ninetet, yeah. i don't know, it's nine. but what would you sing? >> we would sing like the "boogie woogie bugle boy." >> jimmy: how fun. >> and we would sing the -- billy joel's acapella song. >> jimmy: oh, "longest time"? >> yes. "longest time", that was my audition piece for the group. >> jimmy: that's a big jam right there. >> yeah, it was. you know like stuff like that.
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it was really fun. >> jimmy: do your kids sing though? how old were you when you moved to the city? were you 10? >> i was 11 when i moved to new york city. >> jimmy: and how old is baby -- apple? >> she's 10 1/2. she's nearly 11. >> jimmy: oh, wow. so she enjoys -- >> she's so big now. >> jimmy: i know they're the cutest kids. >> it goes so fast. >> jimmy: they're the best kids. >> thank you. >> jimmy: but they're going to start doing things you were doing when you were -- >> yeah. hopefully not smoke cigarettes. >> jimmy: no, no, of course not. yeah. not at 10 at least. yeah. >> i mean i did. so uh -- >> jimmy: wait till 12. yeah, absolutely. did you ever do anything? did you sneak out of the house or do anything bad when you lived in new york city? >> i did, yes. [ laughter ] you know, i snuck out of the house. we used to go to the steps of the metropolitan museum at night. we were too young to get into bars. and we would buy -- >> jimmy: sounds crazy. [ laughter ] yeah i mean -- just sit there and go up and down and everything. yeah. >> well the boys would skateboard. and we would smoke and buy bartles & jaymes wine coolers. do you remember those? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah.
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now you're talking about. that's the real deal. yeah. >> the peach wine coolers. >> jimmy: that was more my sister's jam. but still that was good. [ laughter ] >> oh i loved those things. i could go for one of those right now. i swear to god. >> jimmy: they don't make them anymore. they don't make wine coolers. >> but so, when i would sneak out. i would leave a note for my parents on my bed in case they caught me. in the middle of the night, because i didn't want them to worry that something really bad -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you were such a geek, man. >> i know. >> jimmy: you were such a nerd. like i'm sneaking out of the house but first i'm going to write a letter. [ laughter ] what did you tell them in the note? >> i'm really sorry, i'm feeling rebellious and i snuck out. [ laughter ] it's the first time i've ever done this, i've never done this before, and if you catch me you can punish me in the morning but i'm out drinking bartles & jaymes wine coolers. >> jimmy: you described everything you're doing? [ laughter ] >> and they never caught me. so i just reused the same note. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh my god. do you remember the last time we saw each other, we were hanging out? >> i do. >> jimmy: we were in a shower together. [ audience oohs ] >> it sounds -- it's actually -- >> jimmy: no, but we were.
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>> it's even better than that. >> jimmy: yeah. we were in with like 20 people or something. [ laughter ] or 25 people. it was cameron diaz's birthday. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and it was a surprise party at your house. and we couldn't find where we were going to end up to surprise her. we were like do it right in front door so she opens her door? and then you were like, "i don't know why she would she just open my door. whe would probably ring the doorbell." we have to be behind the door going surprise so we go let's hide somewhere. so then we hid in your daughter's room. and your daughter is with us and everybody -- there was a whole bunch of people there. my wife was there and drew barrymore was there. rashida. there's a whole mess of people there -- gucci. all these people. there's too many people. so we were like, "why would she walk into your daughter's room? that would be weird." like let's go into the bathroom. then when he all agreed that was the right room. [ laughter ] then we all squeeeze in. then we are all in this bathroom. >> we're all in my daughter's bathtub. >> jimmy: it's like a little girl's bathroom bathtub and we're all shoved in. i was standing in the tub with chris and everybody. we're like -- and then cameron's 25, half hour late.
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>> easily. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: at least, easily. maybe 40 minutes late. so we're all just hanging out and sweating in the bathroom. [ laughter ] we're like, does anyone have an eta at all? they said they're down the street. >> jimmy: and finally cameron came in. we were all practicing. >> oh wait, someone had a fart app on their phone -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i know which is like -- cause you're not supposed to laugh. it's like laughing in church. going like -- >> it's like she's here, she's here. [ fart sound ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so everyone starts laughing. then we all said all right, let's sing happy birthday. but let's not scream it. let's sing like a nice -- ♪ happy birth -- then as soon as she came, we went "surprise!" and then we all went -- ♪ happy birthday like screaming. [ laughter ] but i have a videotape. and i forgot to bring it in, because i forgot to upload it. >> oh, god. >> jimmy: but maybe next time cameron's on i'll have to show it. but that was the most fun night. we had the greatest time ever. and she had a great, great birthday. >> we did it was really -- >> jimmy: it's always fun hanging out with you. so you get to be funny in this movie. it's you and johnny depp. >> mm-hmm >> jimmy: "mortdecai." have you met johnny depp
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before? >> i had met him once at a bar in london. at sort of this loungey type bar. we have the same agent. and i went there, and he was just so cool. i mean, he was rolling cigarettes with one hand and like wearing sunglasses inside. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. floating -- yeah, yeah. >> which is normally bad, but not for him somehow. >> jimmy: yeah, he's so cool. >> he was so cool. and he's got tattoos. >> jimmy: what does he smell like, johnny depp? [ laughter ] >> he smells like sort of patchouli and tobacco. >> jimmy: yeah. >> just so awesome. >> jimmy: just a man's man, just rock and roll, man. yeah. [ laughter ] >> so into it. >> jimmy: rolling a cigarette. yeah, even though you can buy them prerolled. he doesn't care. >> he rolled me one. i know. he rolled me a cigarette and he's like, "do you want a a cigarette?" and i was like, "-- yeah, sure." [ laughter ] "sure. i don't smoke anymore, but now i do again. thanks." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're johnny depp. absoultely, it's like yeah -- [ british accent ] "i'm going to blow my own glass to make glasses we can drink out of first." [ laughter ] no, but they have glasses here. "no, i like to make it myself." [ laughter ] >> and in your world he has a a british accent just all the
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time. >> jimmy: he kind of does. he slips in and out. he slides in and out for me. it's like he's peter pan, isn't he? [ laughter ] he just like slides around. he's not real. but in this film can you explain the film at all? should we set it up? >> yeah. it's basically johnny plays this amazing -- i love it when he plays these characters. >> jimmy: he always plays characters. it's the best. >> and in this one he plays this amazing, super british aristocrat whose wife, who's played by me, goes away to visit a friend and she comes back, he's grown this giant mustache. at the center of the movie it's this fight about this mustache but it's also an art heist adventure kind of romance. and it's really fun. >> jimmy: he grows -- but it's a great mustache. >> it's giant. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but it's a handsome mustache. but it grosses -- >> is it? is it handsome? >> jimmy: yes. >> it's very large. and my character's disturbed by it. >> jimmy: that's a handsome mustache right there. yeah. [ laughter ]
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you get bummed -- you get bummed out by this mustache. and you're the wife, you don't like this. >> the wife doesn't like the mustache. >> jimmy: you're grossed out by it. >> yeah, the wife is grossed out by the mustache and she tries to make up with him. he tries to kiss her, and it doesn't go very well. >> jimmy: i have a clip of this. it's very funny. here's gwyneth paltrow and johnny depp in "mortdecai." take a look. >> it's very difficult for me as well you know, this thing that's come between us. >> i know, darling. >> mmm. >> no, no. stay to yourself. [ gagging ] i beg you, darling. please, you know i have a a sympathetic gag reflex. >> oh god. it's unbearable. >> you will get used to it, i promise. >> why should i have to? >> i invested in it. >> why can't you invest in saving us from financial ruin? or do you want me to sort it out for you? >> needn't worry yourself, i have things for me, in hand.
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[ gagging ] [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about right there. gwyneth paltrow, everybody! "mortdecai" is in theaters everywhere january 23rd. josh gad joins us after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ carpenters: "rainy days and mondays" ♪ ♪ ♪ ac/dc: "back in black" ♪ ♪ chevy colorado. when you find new roads, you win motor trend's truck of the year.
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could've parked a little bit closer... it's gonna be dark by the time i get there. geico. proudly serving the military for over 75 years. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is an incredibly talented performer. he shot to fame on broadway, leading the original cast of oo" also starred as olaf in the highest-grossing animated film in history, "frozen." [ cheers and applause ] starting this friday you can see him opposite kevin hart in a new comedy called "the wedding ringer." please welcome a very funny man. here's josh gad! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> yeah! yes! >> jimmy: josh gad in the house! >> oh, my god! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so nice to see you. >> so nice to see you guys. >> jimmy: we love seeing you. you can come by anytime. you know that. >> all right. i'll be back tomorrow, thank you. >> jimmy: perfect. yeah. you brought us actually, a a photo which i love. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: i appreciate that. you went to times square. >> i did. i was in times square yesterday. i was going to do the keith olbermann show. >> jimmy: sure. >> and i ran into this guy in a a very familiar costume. >> jimmy: look at this. >> yeah. i ran into this guy. [ laughter ] so i went up to him and first i was like can i get a picture with you? and elmo was with him. and he's like, we do it together. i'm like no, i don't want you. [ laughter ] i want him. i know this guy better. >> jimmy: yeah, that makes more sense. i said to the guy, you know, i'm the guy who played it. and he goes, "oh, thank you, happy new year." [ laughter ] and i said i don't think you understand. i'm this guy. and he said, "okay, thank you." no clue. i don't think he knew who i was or who olaf was. then i walk away and he
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aggressively taps me on the back. >> jimmy: he remembers. >> and i'm like he figured it out. he said, no, he said, "five dollars please." [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that's awesome. bring you back down to earth, man. mr. big shot. yeah. >> i'm olaf. "happy new year." >> jimmy: happy new year. that's his line, man. famous olaf line. [ laughter ] >> no clue. no clue. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. but i love that -- you recently posted this photo of -- i saw you on -- and this is your daughter. i saw this, this is on instagram. >> yeah, that's my daughter ava. >> jimmy: cute little daughter. >> she did not like what was happening in this poster. >> jimmy: she thought it was inappropriate, that photo. [ laughter ] >> yeah, uh, mommy taught her that anytime daddy's between two legs it's not a good thing, no. >> jimmy: no, it's not a good thing. don't look at that. >> she was like i don't want to see this ever again papa. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how old is she? >> she's 42 years old. >> jimmy: is that -- weird, interesting. [ laughter ] i'm not wearing my glasses. >> it's weird. no, she's 4 years old. >> jimmy: beautiful. >> yeah. she's 4.
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she's so cute. ava. she kills me. >> jimmy: how fun is that. and you also posted a picture of your grandpa -- no. this is your grandpa, right? >> yeah it's --no. it's my brother, jimmy. yes, it's my grandpa. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry. >> yes, that's my grandfather. he's amazing. he looks like popeye doyle from "french connection." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a little gene hackman. yeah. >> he's got a little gene hackman. "i'm going to beat the hell out of you." >> jimmy: how old is he? >> 95 years old. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. 95 years old. he's got this thing where every time he sees my daughter she sang "you are my sunshine" once to him and it was so sweet and now he kind of forgets that she had just sung it 42 seconds before 'cause he's older. so she'll finish it and then he'll go, "i want you to sing you are my sunshine to me." and she will just look at me with the saddest eyes and go, "daddy, i can't -- i can't do it again." [ laughter ] "i can't do it again." >> jimmy: you do what daddy did on in "book of mormon." >> daddy did eight shows a a week, ava! you can do it for an old man. [ laughter ] or daddy's going to take more pictures in between ladies'
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legs. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're not getting a a capri sun if you don't do it. >> the milk's going away! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no more ba-ba. so i see grampa -- what's grandpa's name? >> grandpa's name is joseph. and grandpa's a holocaust survivor. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we love you, grandpa. >> he's amazing. >> jimmy: we love you, grandpa. >> he doesn't watch your show. he won't see that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: of course he does. >> well, he can't hear it. but he watches it. he watches reruns actually. >> jimmy: because he can't hear doesn't mean he can't watch? >> no. he only watches carson. he thinks carson's still on the air. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: carson is still on the air. he host's "the voice." >> does he? >> jimmy: that's carson daly. is that who you're talking about? >> you're absolutely right. >> jimmy: yeah, thank you. this is the other one. >> this is amazing. this is my brother -- >> jimmy: i'm meeting my whole faily. >> why are you going through my photo album?
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm living vicariously through you. >> it's so weird. get your own family pictures dude. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no. it's so much easier, more fun. but here's a picture you posted. >> that's me circa 1987. my brother, who looks like something out of the cobra kai lecturing me. [ laughter ] what he would do is he would lecture me. around this time i was probably not doing well in school. i was gwyneth paltrowing it. i would sit on the steps of museums at night. running away from home. leaving letters to my parents. with my mustache. [ laughter and applause ] >> i love gwyneth. >> jimmy: she's a rebel. >> she's a rebel. i love that she didn't know she said mustache. [ laughter ] so he's lecturing me and he used to say to me all the time, if you don't clean up your act, you're going to end up putting pimentos in olives. [ laughter ] that was his threat to me. so now every time i drink a a martini, i'm like, oh, yeah? who's boss now bitch? [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: look how i did, bro. >> yeah, look what i did, cobra kai. >> jimmy: did pretty good cobra kai. i love that movie. speaking of loving that movie, "the wedding ringer." it's so fun. >> yeah. thank you. >> jimmy: you and kevin hart have a great chemistry. [ cheers and applause ] it's a great premise. there are some funny cameos in there too that you are going to enjoy. but gosh, it made me laugh. it was a great premise. i think that if this movie -- when this movie takes off it will be the number one movie this week. just guessing. it should exist as a job, an occupation. >> yeah. kevin hart plays a best man for hire. and i have a feeling -- that job exists. it's called prostitution. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no. we don't have to talk about that. >> it's people for hire. >> jimmy: that's the sequel. >> that's the sequel. >> jimmy: if you don't have a a buddy, you don't have a a friend -- >> if you don't have a friend to hire for a wedding, and a a lot of people don't -- >> jimmy: nope. you can hire this guy and essentially he'll give you a a package. and in this case he gives me a a package called the "golden tux", which is seven
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groomsmen and a best man. and they're the worst possible people you could imagine hiring. [ laughter ] they do not do a good job. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and chaos ensues. and the movie is really -- it is so funny. >> jimmy: but actually it is good. it does have heart. he does give these amazing speeches. >> right. >> jimmy: and you go oh, my god, i didn't know you had a a friend like that. >> he's unbelievable in this movie. i mean, kevin's unbelievable. i steal the film. but kevin is -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no. no. josh -- >> what? wait, what happened? why do you have no pulse -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm in your imagination. this show doesn't exist josh. >> the weirdest -- wait, what is this carson daly nightmare? >> jimmy: i'm not carson daly. but it is fun and it's good. i want everyone to go see it. even if you don't have a friend to go see it, they are for hire. you can hire them to come, watch the movie with you. >> absoulutely, yeah. >> jimmy: i want to show a a clip. do you know what clip we are going to show? >> yes i do, this is a clip. >> jimmy: you're josh gad and kevin hart -- >> and kevin hart dancing. >> yes, thank you. why did you ask me the question
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jimmy? >> jimmy: i was joking around. >> so yeah. wait a second. jimmy what clip is this? >> jimmy: you're not looking at me. >> jimmy, i'm not feeling too well. [ laughter ] this is a clip of kevin and i dancing. it's pretty funny. >> jimmy: showing off your moves. in "the wedding ringer." it's in theaters this friday. check it out, man. here you go. ♪ >> you ask how girl could fall for a yutz like me? dancing. ♪ ♪ ♪ teach me how to dougie teach me teach me how to dougie ♪ ♪ teach me how to dougie teach me teach me how to dougie ♪ ♪ all my women love me all my all my women love me ♪ ♪ all my women love me you ain't messin' with my dougie ♪ ♪ teach me how to dougie teach me teach me how to dougie ♪ ♪ teach me how to dougie teach me teach me how to
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dougie ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on. that's fun, man. that's awesome. >> it's really fun. >> jimmy: congrats on everything. best to the family. you're the greatest. my thanks to josh gad. "the wedding ringer" opens this friday. >> thank you! >> jimmy: don't miss it. panda bear performs after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i'm jerry bell the second. and i'm jerry bell the third. i'm like a big bear and he's my little cub. this little guy is non-stop. he's always hanging out with his friends. you've got to be prepared to sit at the edge of your seat and be ready to get up. there's no "deep couch sitting." definitely not good for my back. this is the part i really don't like right here. (doorbell) what's that? a package! it's a swiffer wetjet. it almost feels like it's moving itself. this is kind of fun. that comes from my floor? eww! this is deep couch sitting. [jerry bell iii] deep couch sitting!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a founding member of animal collective who is enjoying massive acclaim for his new solo album "panda bear meets the grim reaper." here to perform the song "boys latin," please welcome panda bear! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ beasts don't have a second to think but we don't appreciate our things ♪ ♪ beasts don't have a second to think but we don't appreciate our things ♪
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♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: panda bear, everybody! thank you so much. "panda bear meets the grim reaper" is in stores now. we'll be right back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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