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-- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, all right. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. how are you guys feeling? you feeling good? [ cheers and applause ] i am so excited. we have "jackass" star johnny knoxville on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] love that dude. i love him. just to be safe, we have a fire extinguisher in case he lights himself on fire. and an emt just incase he shocks himself in the nuts. [ audience ohs ] basically the same stuff we have when brian williams is here. [ laughter ] it's the exact same -- it's the exact same crew. >> love you, jimmy. >> jimmy: what's up, buddy? [ laughter ] check this out. today, president obama met with george clooney at the white house to discuss violence in the sudan. unfortunately the meeting was repeatedly interrupted by nancy pelosi who kept accidentally spilling water all over her blouse. "oh, i have to go change my shirt, george.
want to help?" [ light laughter ] you guys, the first chilean miner is supposed to be rescued today. that's right. [ cheers and applause ] actually, the first miner would have been out of there two days ago, but he had to go all the way back down to get his phone charger. [ light laughter ] you need that thing. i heard that the wives and girlfriends of the trapped chilean miners went to the beauty salon today to get ready for their reunion. [ audience aws ] let me tell you, if you're a guy who spent the last two months trapped in an underground hole with 32 other dudes, something tells me you're going to overlook the french manicure. [ laughter ] you're not a dude covered in feces? get over here. [ laughter and ohs ] and get this. there's talk of turning the whole chilean miner story into a movie. when he heard about it, roman polanski was like, "you had me at miner." [ audience ohs ] [ applause ] he said he wants to do --
>> steve: come on! >> jimmy: listen to this. andy rooney said he's planning to lose 20 pounds by the end of the month. i don't know, though. he's going to look weird without eyebrows, don't you think? [ light laughter ] here's some sports news. brett favre apparently cried yesterday while he apologized to his teammates for being a distraction during his sexting scandal. and his teammates were like, "hey, brett, are you going to hike the ball? because we're about to get a delay of game here. i appreciate it. it's very heartfelt, but it's taking too long." >> go jets! >> yeah. >> jimmy: this is pretty interesting. google is investing in an offshore wind farm project that can provide electricity to 1.9 million homes on the east coast. that's right. not to be outdone, yahoo! just bought a brand new ceiling fan. [ laughter ] a new study found that tuesday is the most miserable day of the week. [ audience ohs ] of course, the results of that study changed depending on what day it is when they asked people.
it's like, "what is today? yeah. today's the worst." and finally, today, president obama met with students in the oval office who have started their own businesses. or as students are called on campus, weed dealers. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: we have such a fun show tonight. from his new film "jackass 3d," johnny knoxville is here. [ cheers and applause ] great, great dude. one of the funniest trailers you'll ever see. the hand gag is killer. one of the stars of "30 rock" and full-on karate master -- he has a book to prove it -- judah friedlander is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] and we got some great music from everest, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] going to be a great show.
you know, we pride ourselves on being a positive show here. always looking on the bright side of things. but, of course, there's always to sides to every story. tonight we take a look at those stories and issues making headlines today and weigh the good with the bad the a segment we call "pros and cons." ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. thank you, everybody. tonight's pros and cons topic -- obama's mtv youth town hall special. [ spring sound ] [ light laughter ] this thursday obama is doing a live town hall style q&a to try to connect with young voters and address some of their issues and concerns. it's going to be live on mtv, bet and cmt. that's music television, black entertainment television and country music television. it should be pretty cool. so let's take a look at the pros and cons of obama's mtv town hall special. pro, the show is called "a conversation with president obama." con, the original title was
"hanging with prezzy b." [ laughter ] that would have been a mistake. yep. wow. pro, the event was set up by two of obama's closest advisers. con, beavis and butt-head. those are good guys. i know those guys. pro, obama plans to unveil his detailed three-point plan for turning around the economy. con, gym, tan, laundry. [ laughter ] that could work. that could work. gtl. pro, this will be the first time president obama has appeared on country music television. con, this will be the first time a black man has a appeared on country music television. [ scattered applause ] it's going to be groundbreaking. >> steve: break some ground. >> jimmy: pro, the program will air commercial free. con, we don't get to see obama's new proactive ad. everyone gets acne, you guys. pro, obama is a big fan of "jackass." con, jackass is biden's secret service code name. [ laughter ]
it shouldn't be that. >> steve: that's rude. >> jimmy: he should change that. and finally, pro, the president might get candid about how he tried drugs when he was younger. con, his nickname back then was barack o-bonga. [ light laughter ] that's all the "pros and cons," everybody. we'll be right back with "ultimate mustache fighter." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ host: could switching to geico really save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance? do woodchucks chuck wood? (high-pitched laughter) man: hey you dang woodchucks, quit chucking my wood! vo: geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance.
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on twitter they call it a hashtag. anyway, earlier today i started a hashtag called "that would be awesome," and i tweeted out "if mount rushmore was animatronic and sang songs like the country bear jamboree." [ laughter ] i just think that would be pretty awesome. so this is where -- it would be cool, yes? so this is where you guys come in. go on twitter, tweet out something that you think would be awesome or amazing if it actually happened. be sure to include the hashtag, "that would be awesome." i'll look at all of them tonight and put some of my favorites on the show tomorrow night. so tune in, you might see your tweet on the show. it will be fun. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. so, i was at the gym the other day. it was friday, so i was doing upper body. [ laughter ] and i'm looking at the tv, and they're reporting on the ugly war of words that's broken out between the mustaches of albert einstein and lionel richie. have you heard about this? it's gotten really bad. in fact, so bad they're now about to do battle in the ring, the octagon to be exact.
let's switch on over to our sister station the steel network and get ready for "ultimate mustache fighter." [ cheers and applause ] >> ultimate mustache fighter presents einstein/richie. stache smash eight: molecular manslaughter! >> whoa, nelly! >> welcome to ultimate mustache fighter. stache smash eight: molecular manslaughter. i am brock leonard. with me, as always, the professor barry starr. barry, we got a hot one tonight. >> it is a classic matchup of brains versus song. >> that's right. who's battling it out? [ laughter ] >> you want to take it? you go for it. >> who is it? >> well, battling it out for the intercontinental title, it's the mad genius, albert einstein's mustache. >> man! >> taking on the vile lip patch of soul, r&b and pop legend lionel richie. >> there's no love lost between these two mustaches, barry. >> no. >> this ring's not big enough for these two whisker warriors, these bushy beasts, these frizzy freaks, these frightening feelers, these
fluffy fur mongers, these fanatical filaments, these fiendish face fibers, these ferocious follicle fillers, these maniacal mucus masks, these morbidly murderous manes of monstrosity macabre maliciousness. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm sorry, i missed that last part. what did you say? [ smack sounds ] [ laughter ] >> roll the tape! [ cheers and applause ] >> richie. >> one belt -- two mustaches. e equals mc squared! e equals mc scared! e equals mc haired! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
>> that is what it's all about, right there, professor barry. this capacity crowd is on its feet right now. >> oh, my god, the excitement is palpable, brock! [ cheers and applause ] let's go to the tale of the tape. [ whip sound ] >> hard to see a definitive edge there, professor barry. >> here's an interesting graphic. [ bell rings ] >> people, make some noise. we got world famous ufc ref dan miragliotta in the house. [ cheers and applause ] glad i'm here with dan miragliotta. here we go, the throw down is about to go down. [ cheers and applause ] now entering the ring, weighing at o.01 ounces, with 12 wins, no losses, captain of groundbreaking theories in the field of physics, hailing from under the nose of albert einstein -- it's einstein's mustache! >> this hairy bastard's theory of relativity formed the mathematical underpinnings of the notion of interstellar time travel, brock. >> blow it out your worm hole! and his opponent weighing in at 0.001 1/4 ounces, with a record of 8 wins, no losses, and more than 100 million albums worldwide, his hair his strong,
his mind is gone -- he's lionel richie's mustache, and he'll kick your ass all night long. >> oh, my god! remember the video for "hello" when the blind kid goes on the bus with lionel? >> yes. two hours later his mustache murdered her in cold blood. here he is -- oh! all hell has broken loose! >> pandemonium in the ring. it is pandemonium in the ring. [ bell ringing ] >> okay, order has been restored. [ laughter ] let's go to the ref. >> mustache, are you ready? you ready? let's go. fight. >> here we go, the furry fight is unfolding. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, it's sickening! it's sports like this that make me question my utter faith in humanity. >> it's sports like this that make me go on a vision quest and confront my spirit animal. wait -- what the hell is going on? >> no! what is this? >> no! >> it can't be! >> no! >> it's the masked mustache! >> it's the masked mustache! >> his identity is completely unknown to the rest of us. >> oh, my god! and he's unstoppable! he is unstoppable! >> no one knows who he is. there he is -- the masked mustache cannot be put down. >> no, no! >> now einstein and richie are going after him. they're taking him out.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our first guest this evening has been making us laugh and wince and squirm for over a decade with his hilarious "jackass" franchise. starting this friday, you can see the new installment in real 3d in theaters everywhere, please welcome mr. johnny knoxville! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey johnny. good to see you, buddy. >> good to see you. >> jimmy: everything good? >> everything's great. >> jimmy: you were at -- they had a screening of your movie "jackass 3d" at the museum of modern art last night. that is awesome. >> and he's not joking. >> jimmy: that is insane. how cool is that? >> when we came out of the screening, it was hailing and thunder storming so hard, it's like god just wasn't cool with it. [ laughter ] but we are.
>> jimmy: "they shouldn't be in that museum." >> "that is bull crap." >> jimmy: but, that's so cool. the way this whole thing started out, it was with a skateboard magazine, right? >> yes. we were -- i was just writing for magazines, and i wrote an idea for "big brother" skateboarding magazine, where i tested self-defense equipment on myself, stun gun, pepper spray, taser gun, and i shot myself in the chest while wearing a bulletproof vest with a .38. and the editor jeff tremaine, who now directs the "jackass" films, said, "well, you should film it as well." and i did. and that kind of, you know, along with the cky videos and spike jonze getting involved, we turned it into "jackass." >> jimmy: yeah, i do remember seeing those videos and being like, "who is this guy? he's crazy." 'cause you were in just like backyards and stuff. >> yeah, i did it in my friend's backyard and then for the gun thing, we just drove out the 14 into the middle of angeles national forest and just pulled off on a fire road. and someone actually pulled up
while i had the gun out. [ laughter ] i thought i was on a deserted road, but they pulled up and i was like, "oh, sorry, yeah, you just get to the freeway this way." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but now you're shooting in glorious 3d. >> oh, yes. >> jimmy: using the same camera as "avatar" did, right? >> we absolutely did. yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh my god! what is going on? it's amazing -- the story. >> the cameras may be a little more expensive, but the ideas aren't any smarter, jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they're not at all, no. >> i wish we would have shot the first two films in 3d because our stuff is just tailor made for it. because it just puts you right in the middle of the stunts and the pranks and all the stuff coming off the screen at you. >> jimmy: you also have a super slo-mo like precision phantom camera. or what is the thing called? >> the phantom camera. it shoots one thousand frames per second, and they actually built a phantom 3d rig just for us. and what do we do? we get out the dildo bazooka.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's what one would normally do, yeah. what is the -- >> it cost me a tooth. >> jimmy: it did? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. that one. the molar. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah, whoops. >> jimmy: really just playing with a bazooka. >> well, the dildo, i think, is what actually did it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: where -- it was aimed at your face apparently? >> there was a lot. yeah. there was an exploding bowl of them that went in my face, and then there was an air cannon full of them that -- you're bout four feet away. >> jimmy: i mean -- >> pretty technical stuff. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean i can't wait to see this. some of the stunts -- just tell us about -- we'll go through a list of these. bee hive tether ball. >> that looks great in 3d just because we used 50,000 africanized bees, and they're swarming around and just stinging the hell out of steve-o and dave england, and it looks like they're swarming around the theater. people were actually like waving their hands. >> jimmy: you fill up a tether ball with bees and hit the ball, right?
>> yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] we name our ideas really cleverly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i should have known that, yeah. my friend saw it and said in 3d it feels like there's bees all around you. you get freaked out as well. >> dave england actually cried in that. there were three cries in the film. so, there's one in that one. >> jimmy: going for an oscar this year? [ laughter ] electric avenue. >> oh, yeah, electric avenue. we had about 30 or 40 950,000 volt stun guns hanging in different intervals down a hall with spinning cattle prods and -- man, the boys got really smoked on that one. [ laughter ] they don't like -- they don't like -- i don't like it either, the getting shocked. >> jimmy: yeah. that's the toughest thing. >> it's really tough. and i -- i hate for, you know, to bring ehren mcghehey out here in a little bit to maybe -- >> jimmy: test something out, maybe. >> you guys wouldn't mind if we brought ehren out here? [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: first, tell me about the brozilian. [ laughs ] yeah. that didn't make the movie, but it -- [ laughter ] it's gonna -- we shot two films worth of footage, and in january we're coming out with "3.5," and brozilian will be in "3.5." we were just sitting around the hotel one day, which is how most ideas, you know, start out. why don't we get wolfy a brozilian. we got him -- >> jimmy: the guys nickname is wolfy? >> yeah, yeah, greg wolf. >> jimmy: oh, okay. i thought it was because he was hairy. >> he's -- he is very hairy. [ laughter ] or he was before the brozilian. and a guy came to the hotel, and we told him what we wanted. he goes, "oh, you want the grand slam." like what? he goes, "yeah the back, the balls, the infield and the dugout." [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: there you go. that's it right there. unbelievable. so, you got that on film? he must have been psyched. i look at like -- how some of these ideas come up.
you're in a hotel, you're somewhere, and you just draw them and you go, "this is it. i think this should be the next idea." >> yeah, yeah -- >> jimmy: totally drawn out. look at these. >> that is the, "flying nut lock no crusher." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's that. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: this is you. you draw on these? >> yes, that's me. it looks like my 10-month-old, but that's actually me. >> jimmy: that's you who drew that. here's this one here. >> oh, "wood peckering." [ laughter and ohs ] we actually put pontius' pee-pee in a wooden sheath and brought in the wood peckers. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: look at his face up here -- -- that's really like -- [ laughter ] he's not happy. >> i think this is going in the moma permanent collection too. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: might be there all ready. >> yeah. >> jimmy: this one's called, "snowballing." [ laughs ] >> yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: very well done. very well done right there. i like also -- you just get ideas too. you get ideas -- there's one thing called, "the invisible man." >> right. i saw this chinese artist online. he paints himself into
backgrounds -- brick walls. and he paints himself like the brick wall, and you can't see him. and i thought that was such a good idea, but it's half an idea. >> jimmy: we have picture of the first. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: here's the first picture of you here. >> and i thought, how could this be funny? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how can it be funny? >> well, if you put it in a bull ring. if i'm an invisible man in a bull ring, suddenly -- [ laughter ] i'm the not so invisible man. >> jimmy: yeah, he kind of -- oh! [ audience ohs ] >> there we go. there we go. and -- there's concussion. [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: was that a concussion? >> that was a concussion. that was almost bad forever but, luckily, it was just a concussion. >> jimmy: gosh, i worry about you when i see you do these things. that's hard for me to watch because i'm a fan. i want to see you do more, and i want to see you live. >> oh, yeah, me too. i want to shoot some more bits so, yeah. >> jimmy: but i mean, you always do something funny. it's always very funny, you and all your guys that do these movies. i think it's brilliantly funny. this -- we're gonna show a clip. it's you dressed up as an old man, and your grandson is your buddy. but your grandson is buying your grandpa a motorcycle? >> yeah.
we're going to by a scooter. we're just simply going to buy a scooter. >> jimmy: that's all you're doing. and no one knows what's going on. there's hidden cameras. >> no, nobody knows. >> jimmy: grandpa's getting a scooter. here's "jackass 3d." hello, my name is irving. this is my grandson murray. and today we're going to go buy a scooter. >> how much does this cost? >> this runs about $2,000. >> $2,000? >> what do i do, break something? my goodness. [ engine running ] >> yeah. >> really, really solid. [ crashing ] >> ahh! [ crashing ] did i hit the wrong button? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh my god. dude, i love it. >> thank you. >> jimmy: it's so funny, man. >> thank you. >> jimmy: when we come back, you are going to bring your friend out here. >> yes. >> jimmy: johnny knoxville and i are going to be playing a game of "operation," but "jackass" style. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: hey, everybody. i'm back, with the great johnny knoxville. we're about to play a game of "operation" with a "jackass" twist. okay. you all know how the board game "operation" works. we're going to take that to another level right here. i'm going to be operating on the patient here on the board game, and dr. johnny knoxville over there is going to be operating on the patient strapped to that big board over there. >> this is going to suck for him. >> jimmy: this is danger ehren from the "jackass" crew. give it up. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. thank you for helping us out with this, ehren. >> oh, thank you. >> he's doing great. >> steady hands. steady hands, jimmy. >> jimmy: i'm a little hung over tonight, but i should be okay -- >> that's better than having a bunch of coffee. >> jimmy: okay good. i just had a bunch of coffee to wake myself. >> don't do it. >> jimmy: all right, so, i'm going to be attempting to remove the bones from this patient here on my board, but if i mess any of then up, johnny's going to give danger ehren an electrical shock. >> oh, stop, stop. ouch! >> i'm just demonstrating. sorry. >> are you kidding me? >> i slipped. >> just let him play the game. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay, they pack a
pretty mean punch. as always with the "jackass" stunts, these guys are professionals. you should not try something like this at home or anywhere else. >> it burned me all ready. >> jimmy: all right. here we go. >> steady hands. >> yes. >> jimmy: all right we're going to go for the ankle bone connected to the knee bone, first. >> okay. >> take your time. >> oh, you look shaky man. >> take you time. >> you look shaky. [ suspense music plays ] >> don't mess him up. >> jimmy: i got it. >> what do you mean you got it? [ cheers and applause ] >> i'll pay you $100 for each one you get. >> jimmy: here we go. i'm going to go with water on the knee. >> okay. all right. >> oh! i saw the nose. >> yes, yes. okay, where was -- the knee? >> don't do the knee. >> the knee? >> jimmy: the knee. >> don't do the knee! >> jimmy: water on the knee. >> shh, shh! >> ahh! oh! [ laughter ] >> it hurts so much! >> jimmy: a couple more. we got a couple more here. i'm gonna do -- >> just take your time.
don't rush it please. >> jimmy: okay. >> do your best. >> jimmy: writers cramp. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: writers cramp. >> that bread basket's looking pretty good too. >> slow -- oh! >> jimmy: sorry, sorry. >> you totally had it. >> jimmy: i'm sorry, i'm sorry. >> i'm not -- >> ahh! [ audience ohs ] >> i meant -- i'm sorry. are you okay? okay, i'm sorry. i got to get your arm. >> ahh! that hurts. it just got worse. >> jimmy: all right, let's go. we should say this -- >> don't do it. >> jimmy: this is found on your website, right? >> oh yeah, "wonder how to" held a contest and the winner sent in this idea so -- >> thanks. >> so, lucky you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: here we go.
>> this is the winning idea. >> jimmy: let's just go for a couple more here. >> he's a real drama queen. >> jimmy: should i go for the -- >> oh, the bread basket. looks -- i mean, go for it. it's your show. >> take your time, seriously. come on, jimmy. we're counting on you. >> don't bump him! stop bumping him. >> i'm not. >> dude, you totally cheated. >> no, no, no. i was telling him good job. >> jimmy: he said, "good job," to me. >> he's cheating! no, please, i hate this. >> ehren, ehren, ehren -- >> it hurts so bad. please. just stop. >> -- the bread basket. >> ahh! ahh! [ screaming ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's it -- stop playing the game. you got it. that's a win. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ our thanks to johnny knoxville, danger ehren from the "jackass" crew. i hope it's a big movie. >> thank you. >> jimmy: "jackass 3d," is in theaters this friday.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was crazy. actually saw sparks coming off his leg. did you see any over there, quest? yeah. it sounded like a bug zapper too. we want to thank ehren again. and he's fine, by the way. he's heavily drinking right now back stage. [ cheers and applause ] here we go, guys. our next guest is a talented actor and comedian you can see
every thursday night on nbc's "30 rock." he's also the author of "how to beat up anybody: an instructional and inspirational karate book." please welcome back to the show, the world champion himself, judah friedlander. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: judah friedlander, author -- author of the book. >> yeah. >> jimmy: "how to beat up anybody." >> yeah, i wrote it. [ laughter ] i did it all by myself, man. it's a pretty good book. it's an instructional karate book. and if you read this book, "how to beat up anybody," you will know how to beat up anybody even if the person you're fighting has also read the book. [ laughter ] it's that good. it's not mass produced either. i wrote every one of these myself by hand. >> jimmy: by hand. everyone is done by hand. not mass produced.
>> yeah, not mass produced. >> jimmy: how do you find time to do this between acting, because you are on "30 rock." >> yeah, i am. >> jimmy: and you're doing a live episode. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah, a live episode. yeah, thursday. >> jimmy: have you done live before, ever? >> yeah i did "good morning cleveland" twice. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a live show? >> yeah, except it was on a 5 week tape delay when i did it. but it was still live. >> jimmy: it counts. it counts as live. but now, how do you have time to do "30 rock" and also write a book? >> you know i just do "30 rock" in my down time. i'm just there for security purposes to keep everybody safe. >> jimmy: understood. understood. but you wrote this. did you go to your apartment or - >> no, no. i filmed this all over the world. this was photographed. it's -- a lot of photos in it. and it's all real. i worked on it the past six years. all the photos -- i could give you a karate demonstration now, but -- >> jimmy: that would be great. [ cheers and applause ] >> i said i could do it, but your viewers wouldn't be able to see it, because you have great cameras here, but they only film at 60 frames per second, and i move at over a million frames
per second. [ laughter ] so what i did for this book, this is the first time there's ever been photographs of me doing karate. i got a state of the art camera from the future which films at a million frames per second, and i programmed it to go back in time to film me doing all this karate. so, everything in the book is real, and it's from the future and the past at the same time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is unbelievable. oh, yeah, here's a shot of you from the future. i guess this is you beating someone up. there you go. [ laughter ] >> yeah, you might want to zoom out a little bit. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah, that's just a regular move. you know, regular karate move. and that's only page 12. i mean, as you know -- -- if you read my book, you'll be able to do that. >> jimmy: i mean, because there's -- you show different fighting strategies in this book. >> yeah i do. there's all kinds of things -- i show you how to beat up bigfoots, ninjas, dinosaurs, ninjas that are riding on the backs of dinosaurs, you name it. [ laughter ] it's all covered. >> jimmy: can you explain this one here. the shadow? >> yeah, i have a special chapter. this is -- you won't see this in any other book. i have a special chapter on shadows -- on how to fight with
your shadow. [ laughter ] the shadow is basically part of you. so, i teach you how to fight with your shadow, or against someone's shadow. show this photo here. this is from the book. in this one, i'm actually showing you how i could punch someone's shadow -- punch the shadow and knock the person out. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow, that is very impressive. [ cheers and applause ] >> they don't teach that in any other karate class, or any other book. >> jimmy: that is very impressive. >> sometimes i'll fight with my shadow. we'll team up. and i'll have my shadow do different moves than i'm doing just to confuse my opponent. >> jimmy: what's a detach? >> yeah, i'll show you here. sometimes i'll split off from my shadow. i'll detach from my shadow. [ laughter ] and we'll fight separately. i'll give my shadow a break, because i'm in better shape. >> jimmy: the shadow needs a break -- >> yeah, you know. >> jimmy: every now and then. >> this one, sometimes if my shadow makes a good move, i'll give him a high five. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is very nice of you. that is very nice of you.
>> shadows are followers, and they need support. they need a leader. >> jimmy: you -- it's a beautiful book as well, because you do mix up your love of karate with your love of art. >> yes. >> jimmy: and i know that you brought a little art piece with you. >> yeah, i did bring some art with me. yeah. i brought a couple things. i got a big thing here. this is a photograph from the book. >> jimmy: i can't -- >> it's this right here. >> jimmy: this is much larger than the book. >> yeah, well, if you put my book in water it blows up to this size. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: interesting, i didn't know that. >> no other book does that. >> jimmy: this is the secret now? >> yeah, this is a secret. you know, because you're not as strong as me, because you're not the world champion. but if you want to be as strong as me, you need to form 18 triangles in your karate stance, and you will achieve ultimate karate power. [ light laughter ] look at all the triangles that i form. i form triangles between my wrist and my thumb, each finger. >> jimmy: yes. >> there's even a triangle right here between my shirt collar and my biceps. >> jimmy: i don't understand. some of them, that doesn't -- >> jimmy, it all works. you just got to listen to me. you got to study. okay, now i'll show you why it's
the most important thing. 18 triangles you got to form when you do karate. how many sides are in a triangle. >> jimmy: three. >> three. and what is 18 plus 3? >> jimmy: 21. >> 21. and 21 is a winning number. so there's your proof right there. i will break it down for you further. [ cheers and applause ] i'll break it down further. let's break down 21. what's 18 plus 3? 21, right? you break down 21, right, two -- break down 21. two plus one equals three. so there you go. [ laughter ] and then you break down 18. you break down 18, right. you take the eight, you minus the one equals 7. and seven times three equals 21. if you break down 18 further. one plus the eight equals nine, nine divided by three equals three. and that's the secret of why 18 triangles give you the winning power of ultimate karate. >> jimmy: oh, my god. thank you. [ applause ] >> and karate -- karate has six letters. >> jimmy: karate has six letters. >> right. and six times three is 18. there you go.
and this book -- this page in the book, it appears on page 183. >> jimmy: wow. >> it's like destiny. >> jimmy: i mean it's unbelievable. [ cheers and applause ] this last piece you brought us -- >> yeah, i got one more piece here. you know, sometimes even with my state-of-the-art camera from the future, i couldn't capture my -- it couldn't capture my karate power. and this is a piece i made out of clay, and this teaches you the importance of flexibility. the importance of flexibility. >> jimmy: this is phenomenal. i can't wait to see this book. a lot of work went into this. judah friedlander, this is awesome, buddy. thank you so much for coming on our show. the book is in stores now. and "30 rock" is live this thursday at 8:30 p.m. right here on nbc. judah friedlander, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: everest performs next, come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ :
here. [ cheers and applause ] the guys from "ask this old house," they're going to be stopping by to show me a few things about home repairs. [ cheers and applause ] we'll have a performance from "my morning jacket," and a new installment of "reflections with justin bieber." hope to see you back here tomorrow night. [ cheers and applause ] but first, our next guests are a great l.a. band who were discovered by none other than neil young. here tonight to perform the song "let go" from their latest album "on approach," please welcome everest. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ may i come in my old friend
let go ♪ ♪ and i know we're gonna make it tonight ♪ ♪ tomorrow will be all right let go let go ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks, buddy. thanks so much. thanks again, buddy. i appreciate it. everest everybody. check out their album "on approach." see them live october 23rd in new york with my morning jacket. my thanks to johnny knoxville, judah friedlander, everest! [ cheers and applause ] and the greatest band in late night the roots right over there, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "carson daly." thanks for watching. have a good night. hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪