tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC December 14, 2010 12:35am-1:35am EST
captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody, come on! that's the crowd you want. new york city crowd. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for coming out tonight and thank you for enjoying the show. hey, did you see this? george w. bush's daughter jenna is moving to new york city -- so that she can be closer to her twin sister barbara. [ laughter ] meanwhile -- yeah. meanwhile, their dad plans a visit to new york so that so he can be closer to "elf the musical." [ laughter ] [ applause ] [ jimmy imitating president bush ] "he's like a grown man being an elf." [ laughter ] hey, last night kate gosselin was on the tlc show "sarah palin's alaska" and palin told kate that, "you're putting
your family in danger if you don't bring a gun with you in the wilderness." [ laughter ] of course, there's always the other option, not taking your kids into the wilderness. but it's -- [ laughter ] later in the show, kate gosselin started crying, because she didn't like the food that they had on their camping trip. really? [ audience aws ] there are people living out on the streets who don't have access to food at all. people like jon gosselin. [ laughter ] i mean, it's just -- [ cheers and applause ] she's so selfish. you probably saw this on friday. president obama left bill clinton alone with the press to take questions about their meeting, because he had to go to a white house christmas party. [ laughter ] yeah. why would you say that there with so many cameras and --
some crazy sports news, you guys. sunday's giants-vikings game had to be rescheduled after 17 inches of snow deflated the roof of the metrodome. yeah, just caved in. when they heard the game had to be postponed, the jets were like, "why didn't we think of that?" [ laughter ] [ applause ] why didn't we think of that? [ cheers and applause ] that would have been awesome! [ cheers and applause ] that's right. the roof of the minnesota vikings stadium collapsed after it snowed 17 inches. well, they said it was 17 inches, but brett favre texted me a pic, and it looked more like 3 inches, tops. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] [ applause ] ♪ >> steve: where's the confetti? >> jimmy: sorry, sorry. hey -- you guys, i heard about a man in new york who lost 30 pounds after he started riding his bike to work. you know who else heard about that? his co-workers every single day for the past six months. [ laughter ] said, "yeah, yeah, we heard you, gary, yeah, great."
[ laughter ] "all i do is just take it from home and it" -- "yeah, yeah, yeah, sounds amazing. you look great. you want to sweat yourself into the conference room? we just got a" -- [ laughter ] "i bring my bike wheel with me, so they don't steal it." "yeah, we heard every, every story you have possible, we've heard. liked you better when you were fat." "what?" [ laughter ] "nothing. nothing. i didn't say anything." [ laughter ] and finally, fedex said that it shipped 16 million packages today on its busiest day of the year. that's right. they handled 16 million packages, or as the tsa calls that, "kind of a slow day." [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show. [ cheers and applause ] give it up for -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ] we've got a fantastic show tonight, everybody. the beautiful and delightful jessica alba is here.
[ cheers and applause ] my pal, the hilarious co [ cheers and applause ] we have a big deal tonight. we're gonna have the worldwide debut of the video game "uncharted 3" on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] this video game doesn't come out until next november. but you're gonna see it here tonight. and i get to play it. i'm very excited about that. and we got some unbelievable music from one of my all-time favorites. this guy is great. you might know -- you might know -- [ jimmy singing ] ♪ animal house whoa animal ♪ ♪ let me tell you about some friends i know ♪ >> jimmy: he -- that's him. he also did -- [ jimmy singing ] ♪ on and on you just keep on crying and you smile when it feels like crying ♪ ♪ on and on >> jimmy: he does that one. [ laughter ] he does -- [ jimmy singing ] ♪ you have no right to ask me how i feel ♪
>> jimmy: oh, sad. it's a really good song. [ laughter ] but tonight he's doing, as a favor to us, 'cause he knows we're fans, he's doing the theme from "tootsie." which is -- yeah. [ cheers and applause ] killer. ♪ something's telling me it might be you all of my life ♪ >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, it's gonna be awesome. i love that song so much. the one and only stephen bishop is gonna be on the program. [ cheers and applause ] talented guy. guys, there are -- there's exactly nine shows before we go on christmas break. so, it's time for that beloved "late night" tradition, "12 days 'of christmas sweaters." [ cheers and applause ] here we go. ♪ 12 days of christmas sweaters nine days left ♪ >> jimmy: hey, that's right. [ applause ] every show between now and christmas, we're giving one lucky audience member a boss christmas sweater. [ laughter ]
from the countdown to christmas cabinet. so, since there are nine days left, let's open door number nine, nine, nine, nine, nine. [ drum roll ] oh! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: three dimensional, three dimensional sweater. it's a three dimensional. and it makes noises. [ laughter ] this is like the top technology. all the kids are talking about this. i should have mentioned that in the opening, "uncharted 3" and then this as well. [ laughter ] this is what -- this is what all the kids are talking about. now, let's see who is going home with tonight's great sweater. everyone, look at your seat number. and if i call your number, i need you to jump up and let me know where you are. quest, can i get a drum roll? thank you, my friend. who wants me to pick their number? who wants this sweater? come on, this could be yours.
[ cheers and applause ] 254! ♪ hey, that's right! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what's up, buddy? what's going on? hey, nice to see you. i'm great, here, hold this. >> i'm excited. >> jimmy: yeah, i know, a lot of people do get excited when they get these. there are only 12 of them. and this is it. [ laughter ] i forgot to mention the bonus. [ cheers and applause ] a little bonus on the back. very exciting. so, people can love you from the front and from the back. it's kind of exciting. >> love it -- love it. >> jimmy: and what is your name? >> trish. >> jimmy: trish, where you from? >> long island. >> jimmy: oh, really? very, very cool. long island. >> i didn't say long island, though. >> jimmy: no, no. i don't think people on long island do say long island. some people do. what do you do? >> i'm a teacher. >> jimmy: you're a teacher -- very good. what grade? >> fifth. >> jimmy: fifth grade? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh my god, they're going to love it when you come in -- [ laughter ]
you want to try this guy on? >> oh, okay. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean come on. [ cheers ] >> oh goodness. >> jimmy: yeah, try it. it's gonna be bulky, but go for it. sweater over a sweater. i would just try to yank it over, to be honest. yeah. ♪ yeah, yeah. >> i'm not gonna be able to hide anywhere. >> jimmy: no, this is going to be -- you are going to be sweating so hard. [ laughter ] it's going to be fantastic. uh-oh, uh-oh. ♪ [ applause ] beautiful. hey, you look gorgeous. thank you so much. good luck to you. congratulations. nice to meet you, chris, take care. chris collins, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] you look fantastic. you guys, we'll be right back with battle of "the instant dance crews." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ some guys think it's cool not to use one. i like having fun -- but i always use one. we used one just last night. it was awesome.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to the show, everybody. word of warning, everybody. hang on to your pants if you don't want them blown straight off your body. it's time for "battle of the instant dance crews." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: before the show, we picked ten people from our audience, the greatest audience in the world. [ cheers and applause ] these, these people have never met before, but they all have one thing in common. they love to dance. [ laughter ] then we split them into two dance crews. and here's how talented our audience is here at "late night." these guys had just 45 minutes to make up a full-on dance routine and perform it for us live tonight. [ cheers and applause ] they're gonna have a battle! here's footage of them practicing backstage a little while ago. there they are just going for it.
[ laughter ] looking good, you guys, this is going to be a good one. [ laughter ] i saw a lot of turning and crossing. it's gonna be really good. let's meet our first dance crew, ladies and gentlemen. give them a hand over here. hey, guys. how you doing? [ cheers and applause ] how you doing? hey guys, hey, how are you? what's the name and where are you from? >> my name's amy. i'm from miami, florida. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: very cool all right, good. and you? >> i'm savannah green and i'm from new york city. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: good. [ cheers and applause ] >> my name is michael medina and i'm from stockton, california. [ applause ] >> jimmy: good man. >> my name is jeff. i'm from coral springs, florida. [ cheers and applause ] >> and my name is william lynches and i'm from aniston, alabama. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very, very good. i'm very excited. now you guys have never met before, correct? >> not at all. >> jimmy: all right, very good. now, while you were backstage, we asked to you pick a name for your crew. what'd you come up with? >> we are the "red nosed reindeers." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, here you go. "red nosed reindeers." very, very nice. [ applause ] that's a cute name -- i like that -- very good. clearly you've been accessorized backstage, judging by the -- you got some good bling there. [ laughter ]
or is that your diamond money bag? you just had that. you just brought that with you. all right, let's take a look at your -- let's take a look at your group photo here. there they are. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i love this nose and reindeerz with a "z." you forgot to tell me that, yeah -- reindeerz. [ laughter ] "red-nosed reindeerz." all right, very good. now it's time to see who you will be up against. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome our second dance crew right over here. [ cheers and applause ] what's up, buddy? [ cheers and applause ] what are your names and where are you from? >> my name is mary ellen from miami, florida. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very good, mary ellen. >> my name is lexie and i'm from new york city. >> jimmy: hey! >> my name is jenna, i'm from n.y.c! >> jimmy: oh! >> my name is anoog, i'm from n.y.c. >> jimmy: oh. >> i'm will, i'm from alabama. [ applause ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is like a mirror was right here. i'm from miami, i'm from new york, i'm from alabama. [ laughter ] all right -- is that weird? are you from alabama? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and so are you.
>> yeah. >> jimmy: and you're from miami. >> i am. >> jimmy: and you're from miami. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you're from new york -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: and so are you. >> yes. >> jimmy: okay. i'm just making sure that that actually happened. okay -- [ laughter ] it's like man the, salvia's kicking in. [ laughter ] what is the name of your dance crew? >> we are "green eggs and ham." >> jimmy: oh, i like green eggs and ham. very good, i get it, from the green color. [ laughter ] here's your group shot right here. oh. [ cheers and applause ] again, again with the "z," you have eggz, it can't be, it can't be an "s." >> we keep it real. >> jimmy: you keep it pretty real. there you go -- i took your mic. here. all right, so, i still have to mention that we have a couple of ringers in the dance crews tonight. show of hands -- two of you are actually miami dolphins cheerleaders. [ cheers ] is that correct? there you go, guys. [ cheers and applause ] how are you? [ cheers and applause ] welcome. thank you so much for doing this. did you know today that you were going to be doing this, or no? >> we didn't. we actually just found out maybe an hour before we went on, so, that was fun. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's a nice surprise. >> jimmy: this is very good.
this is a slight advantage for both teams. i'm very excited about this. thanks for coming here. it all comes down to this, you guys, it's time for the dance battle. behold, the dance floor. [ laughter ] [ audience oohs ] this is where the magic happens. the roots are going to play a song and each grew will perform a choreographed dance routine they made up less than an hour ago. this is it, you guys. and remember, in the words of brett dolan from the classic street dancing film "step up" -- [ laughter ] "-- when someone hands you your dreams, you take it, you don't ask questions." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that being said, are there any questions? [ laughter ] all right, perfect. okay, the "red-nosed reindeerz," please take the stage. [ cheers and applause ] good luck. all right, you guys, ladies and gentlemen, performing together as a dance troupe for the very first time, please give it up for "the red-nosed reindeerz."
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, come on over. that was great. [ applause ] fantastic! [ applause ] hey -- wow. pretty nice. that's your teammate there. >> sure is. >> jimmy: yeah. they made a pretty bold statement out there. you guys think you can top what they did?
>> absolutely. >> no doubt. >> jimmy: amen. there's only one way to find out. why don't you take a step to the stage. [ cheers and applause ] roots, you guys ready? >> questlove: ready. >> jimmy: ladies and gentlemen, dancing together for the very first time, please welcome "green eggz and ham!" [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on over. incredible. [ cheers and applause ] that was great. very, very good. okay. it is time to pick our winner. who is it going to be, audience? will it be "the red-nosed reindeerz?" [ cheers and applause ] or will it be "green eggz and ham?" [ cheers and applause ] the winner is "green eggz and ham." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] and because you guys are the best dance crew, you'll each be taking home a $300 gift certificate to j. crew. that's right. ♪ one crew deserves another. there you go. congratulations. >> thank you. >> jimmy: that was some good moves out there. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and because nobody at "late night" goes home empty handed, everyone in the runner-up crew is getting a $100 gift certificate to j. crew. [ cheers and applause ] enjoy, you guys. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you guys had some good
moves. and i'll be rooting for you guys every time i watch the dolphins game. thank you for being on the show. >> thank you. >> jimmy: look at these guys. they're awesome. [ cheers and applause ] thank you to our friends at j. crew. we appreciate that. [ cheers and applause ] and congratulations to all our dancers. "green eggz and ham," once again, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] stick around. and we'll be right back with jessica alba. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ with the capital one venture card
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a lovely and talented actress. she starred in the hit movies "fantastic four," "sin city" and "valentine's day." starting wednesday, december 22nd, you can see her opposite ben stiller and robert de niro in "little fockers." [ laughter ] glad i got that right. please welcome back to the show, jessica alba. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: you look gorgeous. >> thank you. >> jimmy: absolutely beautiful. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you for being back on the show -- coming back on the show. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: the -- >> thank you guys for all your good music all the time. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] the roots always do something good. was that -- was that cee lo you were doing just there? >> questlove: yeah. >> jimmy: you just changed one letter? >> questlove: if the f.c.c.'s watching, no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: exactly. yeah. when you just saw -- did you just see that dance crew battle? that was pretty intense. >> oh, yeah, but -- yes. >> jimmy: why, what? >> no, i don't know. >> jimmy: why? wait, what? >> i thought the red team won. >> jimmy: really? [ cheers ] >> i don't know. >> jimmy: there's some controversy. >> well, maybe the green team has more friends in the audience? >> jimmy: oh, really, that's your feeling. >> maybe. >> jimmy: maybe the red team had it over them. see, it's just an ongoing battle. >> but no, but they actually both were too good. >> jimmy: yeah -- do you -- >> like in 45 minutes? >> jimmy: yeah, isn't that amazing. >> come on. >> jimmy: are you -- do you do a lot of dancing? i know you were in -- you had one dance movie "honey." >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes. >> i usually just do my own random dancing.
>> jimmy: yeah, so what is it -- >> in the house. >> jimmy: do you go to clubs anymore? >> i feel so old when i go to clubs. >> jimmy: yeah, i do. it feels weird. >> it's like so weird, you're like everyone's 16. >> jimmy: they don't id me, they just tell me to leave. [ laughter ] >> i don't belong here. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: just you shouldn't be here. [ laughter ] but, i'm 21. >> i know. >> jimmy: no, i know you're over 21, buddy. [ laughter ] you don't belong here. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i usually just, if anything, i just either clap or snap or tap something. >> yeah, or like -- just do this one. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i used to like clear the floor, go all out. know the routines. >> jimmy: really? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: you did not. >> i did. >> jimmy: clear people out of the way. >> oh, heck, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> not now. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on. ♪ ♪ >> sorry, sorry, sorry. [ cheers ] i don't know what came over me. [ applause ] i just -- [ applause ] i think it was the roots. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. >> that got me all hot and bothered. >> jimmy: see, i can't do anything like that dance. if i tried to -- like -- ♪
[ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] [ cheers ] yeah. funky and -- awful. we're gonna talk about "little fockers." >> yes, sir. >> jimmy: it's out december 22nd. i'm so happy to see you in this movie. i was like, 'cause i know ben stiller, robert de niro and dustin hoffman, and barbra streisand, and here comes our pal jessica alba. >> me? >> jimmy: and you're so great in there. >> i know. >> jimmy: you're so funny in the movie. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: it's really good. you play -- someone who has like a new pill. like a, well, you describe what your job is. >> okay, so, i play a pharmaceutical sales rep. and she is a huge fan of gaylord focker, greg focker, who's a -- >> jimmy: his name is gaylord focker. >> yeah, he's a nurse. [ laughter ] and she is -- she gets -- she wants him to represent this erectile dysfunction medicine that's safe for heart patients. >> jimmy: it's just -- >> because it's innovative and
groundbreaking. >> jimmy: like a viagra type of thing, but safe for heart patients. >> so, even if you got a weak ticker, you can still get it up. >> jimmy: you know, there's some, there's some -- [ laughter ] that's true, yeah. that's true. [ laughter ] and the name of your character in this movie, by the way, this made me laugh. >> andy garcia. >> jimmy: andy garcia. yeah, that's right. [ laughter ] i just love it, and they don't really -- you don't really harp on it too much. it's just perfectly funny. but you did some good falls, including one into a mud pit -- >> yeah, mud pit. >> jimmy: which you think is a pool. >> yeah, my amateur mud wrestling days sort of paid off. >> jimmy: i know, man, you were one of my favorite mud wrestlers. [ laughter ] >> i mean, what can i say? >> jimmy: sorry that didn't work out for you. >> yeah, well. >> jimmy: i know, yeah, well this movie thing will have to work. >> yeah, we'll see. >> jimmy: i want to show a clip of the movie "little fockers." here's the great jessica alba. >> come on, grumpy daddy. come to hawaii. >> okay, grumpy daddy will think about it, okay. >> yes! okay. >> yes! >> okay. >> hey, hey, honey, hi. perfect. pam, this is andy. andy this is pam, my wife. >> hey!
>> hi. it's a pleasure to meet you. >> it's a pleasure to meet you, too. your husband is a freaking rock star, but i'm sure you know, how lucky you are. >> yeah. >> i'm not. she's the rock star. she's the rock star mom and just full on rocking person. >> oh. >> and i'm just a groupie trying to, you know, carry her amps. no -- you're -- you're -- man. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. so sweaty. perfectly done. it's such a funny movie. congratulations on that. >> thank you. >> jimmy: it's gonna be gigantic. "little fockers" is in theaters everywhere wednesday, december 22nd. [ cheers and applause ] my friend jessica alba, everybody. colin quinn joins us next. come back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our next guest is a very funny stand-up comedian and friend whose broadway one-man show "long story short" has been extended through february 5th at the helen hayes theater. you got to see it. it's really funny. please welcome colin quinn, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: you walk out -- >> i feel like ellen from ellen degeneres. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. you walk around like you have an attitude. you have an attitude already. >> i don't have an attitude. that's how i walk. what's wrong with that? >> jimmy: you don't walk like that, you walked out like you have an attitude. >> i walked out like a gentleman. >> jimmy: you walked out like a bully, like you're going to go fight somebody. >> i don't know why i'd be in a bad mood. why don't you do another promo with jessica and ruin another 20 minutes while i'm sitting back there? [ laughter ] i'm sorry, folks. that's just how i am. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, man. oh, man. you are unbelievable. do you have a show tonight? >> dallas -- >> jimmy: do you have a show tonight? do you have to go -- >> i do have a show. i have important business. >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> snap it up, come on. >> jimmy: hey, i liked your show. >> thank you. i know. >> jimmy: i loved it. i've seen it twice. >> yeah. >> jimmy: 'cause i watched it off broadway, and then i sat through it again. [ laughter ] >> that's an interesting phrase.
>> jimmy: you can't stand or else i'd give you a standing ovation during the whole thing. >> i'm a little sensitive -- but oh, you were drunk at my show. you were pushing people around. >> jimmy: i was not drunk at your show. first of all -- >> you were -- >> jimmy: i'm gonna have to google that. i don't know what word that is. they -- i went around and the guy's telling you, you know, the classy broadway show. we probably spent probably $300 each on tickets. >> it's not about the money. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and the guy goes -- >> why don't you scare people off? >> jimmy: the guy's selling, you know, snacks or whatever. the guy goes, "we've got m&ms, we got skittles," whatever, he goes, "jell-o shots." [ laughter ] jell-o shots at a broadway play? what kind of classy joint are you running over there? [ laughter ] people are doing belly button shots of rumpleminz out of other people. it was like people doing whipit's in the back. [ laughter ] what kind of a play is this? >> the great helen hayes used to do jell-o shots. >> jimmy: she did not. [ laughter ] that is not true. >> the great helen hayes used do a jell-o shot before each performance. [ laughter ] it's a true story. >> jimmy: you kill during the -- god, what a fun, really great show. it's the history of the world in, what is it -- 70 -- >> 75 --
>> jimmy: 75 minutes. >> whatever, yeah, sure. >> jimmy: it's so fun and funny. it moves so fast. i'm laughing at everything. i was trying to remember everything. i was actually trying to tie it to my phone. i wasn't e-mailing. >> were you stealing? >> jimmy: no -- i was -- [ laughter ] to compliment you when i went backstage. >> oh, thanks. >> jimmy: to tell you how great it was. >> well, sure, you're really selling the tickets tonight saying they're 300 bucks apiece. i'm sure people are gonna run out and buy them now. you scared -- you scared all my potential buyers off. thanks. they're gonna go see "elf." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: go see "elf." >> sure, put another buck in will ferrell's hat. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's not in that. he's not in that. >> he's making money off it. >> jimmy: how much are the tickets? >> he's the character. he's probably getting paid every time. >> jimmy: that's not true at all. what's going on? you're wearing army boots. [ laughter ] is everything okay? [ laughter ] you get done from working as a guest spot on "this old house?" is everything all right? [ laughter ] you do in the show -- >> it's good to be funny. you have to applaud your own joke. [ laughter ]
he's like "this old house." [ laughter ] [ bleep ] [ laughter ] what an egotist. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sometimes i do that. i either bang or i do that, yeah. >> over the years, you become more successful, that's going to be the bane of showbiz's existence. >> jimmy: oh, my god. stop it. >> everybody's gonna be talking about that, mark my words. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. i should say, jerry seinfeld was a friend of yours. >> big jerry, yes. he's more than a friend, let's face it. [ laughter ] practically single-handed resurrected the legend. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. jerry seinfeld produced this play. >> big jer, yes. >> jimmy: directed. stop calling him that, too. that's -- [ laughter ] no one else can relate to that. no one calls him big jer. >> so what, at least i'm here -- okay, i know ben stiller, i know robert de niro, i know dustin hoffman. okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i didn't say i know them, like i know them. i know of them. >> the way you said it, it can be taken both ways. i -- [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: but you definitely know jerry seinfeld. you hang out with jerry seinfeld and he directs your play and he comes and directs you. he wears jodhpurs and he has a whip. he has a whip, and he has a megaphone. [ jimmy makes strange voice ] and he goes, "do it again, colin." [ laughter ] right? what's he doing on -- thing? [ laughter ] "do it again. [ laughter ] that's not as funny as it was. it's the history of the world in 75 minutes!" [ laughter ] >> you better watch out cause me and jerry, have breakfast a lot, and i'm gonna start putting a little bee in his ear, i'm gonna go, i don't like jimmy's impression. i think it's kind of -- you know -- and after a while, it'll start to bug him, too. he'll be like yeah, after a while. i almost -- i almost tried to do an impression of him. can you imagine how bad that would have been? >> jimmy: what is your impression? 'cause you don't do impressions. >> i do a lot of impressions. i could do darrell hammond. i did him last time. first time i was on the show, i did darrell hammond. he goes, "yeah." he just looked at me. imagine this -- you're supposed
to be the host, take care of the guest. i did a big impression, then i wait for the silent moment. much like this, only -- i get the feeling this is going to be even worse for some reason. [ laughter ] and at the end of it, he just looks at me and goes, "yeah, he's a tough impersonation to do." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hey, i was just being. i was being -- >> you were being spontaneous and honest, i know. >> jimmy: yeah. do your great darrell hammond for everybody. i love darrell hammond. >> well, this is darrell off camera, you know. >> jimmy: no, they don't know. [ laughter ] that's the thing -- they don't know. that's the problem with your impressions. [ laughter ] "apocalypse now"? >> no. no, that was more like "platoon." remember when he was like this -- >> jimmy: that's -- you're right -- "platoon." it was a war movie. i get them all mixed up. >> i know. war. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm at war. >> has darrell been on your show? >> jimmy: i've been dying for darrell hammond to be on here. he has not been on our show. >> oh. well, all right. let's do -- >> jimmy: yeah, do somebody else. >> i'll do somebody else. i'll do the situation. i can do him. [ laughter ] from -- [ cheers and applause ] you want me to do the situation?
>> jimmy: yeah. is your shirt going to come off? >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, yeah. i'd love to see the situation. >> hey, pauly, can i borrow your -- i want to bring a girl into this bedroom. [ laughter ] i don't care. [ laughter ] they know. i don't care if you stay here, too. but just be in a separate bed, you know what i mean? >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. great impressionist. really, really good. >> that's why they like the show. >> jimmy: people like it. [ applause ] i don't know why they're clapping. [ cheers and applause ] darrell got nothing. the situation got a laugh. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you won't see that at the play, but you should go see this play. bring your family when you come to visit new york city. [ cheers and applause ] on broadway at the helen hayes theater. we'll be right back with the video game designers "uncharted 3." evan wells and christophe balestra. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. i'm here with evan wells and christophe balestra, the designers of what is often called the greatest video game franchise ever. the "uncharted" series. you are about to see the worldwide debut of actual game play from "uncharted 3." i'm excited about this. but first, explain "uncharted 3." it's the third of the series. you had a big weekend. you were at the spike "video game awards."
>> yeah, finally we're going to talk about the game, because we've been working on it for one year now. and so, it was just time to just release the new game. >> jimmy: christophe, you are a french. [ laughter ] >> i'm french -- yes. >> jimmy: you're french, yes. >> yes, i am. >> jimmy: and how long have you been over here? >> eight years. >> jimmy: eight years? >> eight years. >> jimmy: couldn't lose the accent? [ laughter ] >> no. >> jimmy: you gotta tell colin quinn. he loves accents. >> i don't even try. >> jimmy: no, that's great. but you announce the release date is november 1st, 2011, which is 11-1-11. >> 11-1-11. >> jimmy: very good -- that's better. yeah, yeah, yeah. that's a lot of 1s. [ laughter ] evan, tell us about "uncharted 3." what's different than "uncharted 2." >> well, this time we're going to the desert, sand, following in the footsteps of the famed lawrence of arabia. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and ultimately looking for the lost city of atlantis of the sands. >> jimmy: oh, very good. now you -- people saw the trailer of this -- the video games. and they were like, "i don't believe it. that looks fake." >> well, we're about to see. >> yeah, we're about to see. >> jimmy: that's the thing about
this game, "uncharted 2." i was playing this, my wife who's not really into video games came into, you know a 36 year old man's room. [ laughter ] and -- while playing the video game, she's like, "what is this?" she thought it was a movie. this is bizarre. you've got to see this. if you haven't played "uncharted 2," you should get it now. 'cause you have a year to save up the dough for "uncharted 3." but -- [ laughter ] let's take a look at "uncharted 3." can you show us? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you'll play first, and then you'll pass it over? >> that's right. >> jimmy: now look at. this is the game. >> yeah. >> jimmy: this is what the game looks like. >> that's right. so, we're going to chateau. [ grunting ] >> jimmy: it's drake. drake is the main guy. >> drake and sully, they're trying to escape that chateau. >> jimmy: is that your chateau? >> it is in france, actually? >> jimmy: is that your place? >> i had nothing to do with that. >> jimmy: your house is on fire! [ laughter ] >> yeah, exactly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: christophe, we've got to do something! >> i know. >> jimmy: let's save your chateau. >> i hope like evan like can help me -- >> jimmy: evan can do it. >> with my chateau. >> jimmy: look -- the guy's shooting at him there. he just jumps out? >> yeah, there you go. >> jimmy: bang. >> a bunch of bad guys. >> jimmy: but this looks like
it's hard to do. this is the most fun game i've ever played. [ grunts ] [ gunshots ] i mean, you just go around. ♪ [ gunshots ] but it seems like, you're reloading over there. you're just gonna go right over -- ♪ you're just gonna go snap his neck. >> yeah. yeah. [ laughter ] [ grunting ] >> jimmy: bang! whoa! look at this. [ grunting ] oh! backhand. ♪ this is crazy. whoa. [ laughter ] chill out, man. you got into it, don't you? >> don't tick him off. >> jimmy: no, no, no. all right. now, what's that? now, you got a flaming door here. >> yeah, so we work on technology with our fire, and -- >> jimmy: it looks phenomenal. >> i know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and sully, this must be the beginning of the game, 'cause sully is with you. >> sully -- is nathan's mentor. >> all right, now jimmy, you're up. here you go -- it's all you. >> jimmy: all right let's do it. >> you're the first person outside new york playing, you know that? >> jimmy: what's that? >> you're the first person outside new york playing the game tonight. it's your first -- >> jimmy: here we go -- the debut. don't make me nervous, or anything. here we go. >> don't mess it up. >> jimmy: all right well -- whoa, whoa, whoa.
>> there's a door. >> okay, there's a door. >> no, no, no. >> no, straight ahead. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what do i do? go in this hole? i'm going in this hole. >> yeah. ♪ >> back up, back up, back up. >> jimmy: whoa! that's what i'm talking about! oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> up and "x." >> up and "x." >> jimmy: all right. up and "x." >> all right, there you go. [ laughter ] >> open it. >> upstairs. upstairs. upstairs. >> keep going. >> keep going. >> you got it -- you got it. you're good. you're good. >> all right. see, i didn't step on that thing. [ laughter ] [ yelling ] [ fighting ] >> look out. look out. oh, here we go. ♪ [ banging ] >> jimmy: oh, he's dead. [ gunfire ] i can't get -- i can't get this aim right. >> oh, he's good. >> jimmy: yes! [ cheers and applause ] i got to get better. i got to get better. >> you did it -- good job. >> jimmy: that was awesome -- i can't wait to play this. "uncharted 3," available november 1st of 2011, that's 11-1-11. we'll be right back with a song from stephen bishop. come on back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. oh, nancy you're gonna love this. our next guest is an academy award nominated singer, songwriter. he's here tonight to perform his classic theme from "tootsie," "it might be you" with a little help from james poyser of the roots. please welcome stephen bishop. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ time i've been passing time watching trains go by ♪
and what makes it last if i found the place would i recognize the face ♪ ♪ something's telling me it might be you yeah, it's telling me it might be you ♪ ♪ so many quiet walks to take so many dreams to wake and we've so much ♪ ♪ love to make i think we're gonna need some time maybe all we need is time and it's telling me ♪ ♪ it might be you