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♪ get down get your thing up off the wall woo-ooh ♪ ♪ get down on it oh ♪ >> are you ready to celebrate in here tonight? [ cheers and applause ] we gonna celebrate on the jay leno show! woo! ♪ ♪ it's time to celebrate ♪ ♪ yahoo ♪ it's a celebration yahoo it's a celebration come on ♪ ♪ celebrate good times come on let's celebrate come now ♪ ♪ celebrate good times come on and everything is gonna be all right ♪ ♪ there's a party goin' on right here a celebration to last throughout the years ♪ ♪ so bring your good times and your laughter too we gonna celebrate and party with you ♪ ♪ sing it to me celebration let's all celebrate and have
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a good time yeah yeah ♪ ♪ celebration we gonna celebrate and have a good time ♪ ♪ it's time to come together it's up to you what's your pleasure ♪ ♪ everyone around the world come on come on and celebrate yeah oh ♪ >> kool & the gang! the jay leno show! woo! thank you! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: hey, guys. nice job, gentlemen. nice job, gentlemen. nice job. hey, look, man. thanks so much. thanks, guys. thanks, guys. i want to thank my guests tom cruise, felix baumgartner and joe kittinger, kool & the
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gang. and monday night, elizabeth banks will be with us. but jimmy fallon's happening right now. have a great weekend! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> questlove: one, two, one, two, three ♪ i threw a wish in the well don't ask me, i'll never tell i looked to you as it fell and now you're in my way ♪ ♪ i trade my soul for a wish pennies and dimes for a kiss i wasn't looking for this but now you're in my way ♪ ♪ your stare was holdin' ripped jeans skin was showin' hot night ♪ ♪ wind was blowin where you think you're going, baby hey, i just met you ♪ ♪ and this is crazy but here's my number so call me maybe it's hard to look right ♪
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♪ at you baby but here's my number so call me maybe hey, i just met you ♪ ♪ and this is crazy but here's my number so call me maybe and all the other boys ♪ ♪ try to chase me but here's my number so call me maybe ♪ ♪ ♪ you took your time with the call i took no time with the fall ♪ ♪ you gave me nothing at all but still you're in my way ♪ ♪ i beg and borrow and steal have foresight and it's real i didn't know i would feel it ♪ ♪ but it's in my way your stare was holdin' ripped jeans skin was showin' hot night ♪ ♪ wind was blowin' where you think you're going, baby hey i just met you ♪ ♪ and this is crazy but here's my number so call me maybe
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it's hard to look right ♪ ♪ at you baby but here's my number so call me maybe hey, i just met you ♪ ♪ and this is crazy but here's my number so call me maybe and all the other boys ♪ ♪ try to chase me but here's my number so call me maybe ♪ ♪ before you came into my life ♪ ♪ i missed you so bad i missed you so bad i missed you so, so bad before you came ♪ ♪ into my life i missed you so bad and you should know that i missed you so, so bad ♪ ♪ bad, bad, bad, bad, bad ♪ ♪ it's hard to look right at you baby but here's my number so call me, maybe ♪ ♪ hey, i just met you and this is crazy
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but here's my number so call me maybe ♪ ♪ and all the other boys try to chase me but here's my number so call me maybe ♪ ♪ before you came into my life i missed you so bad i missed you so bad ♪ ♪ i missed you so, so bad before you came into my life i missed you so bad ♪ ♪ and you should know that ♪ ♪ so call me maybe ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew.
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and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, hey, that's what i'm talking about! how are you doing? how are you feeling everybody, feeling good? [ cheers ] welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. >> love you, jimmy! >> jimmy: i love you too. here's some political news, political news here. yesterday on cnn, bill clinton said he's very sorry for going against president obama's campaign messages. obama said it was humbling to hear clinton apologize. then hillary was like, trust me, you get used to it. [ laughter ] speaking of president obama, this weekend his daughter sasha will turn 11 years old. yep. [ applause ]
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sasha -- yep. 11 years old. sasha didn't ask obama for a present, you know, because she's still waiting for him to deliver the gift he promised three birthdays ago. so -- [ audience oohs ] >> steve: oh no, you didn't. >> jimmy: this is weird. you guys, there's a report that mitt romney used to dress up as a police officer in high school and pull over drivers for speeding. [ laughter ] of course, people knew something was up when they noticed that they were being pulled over by a limo. [ laughter and applause ] reginald, make a siren sound. this is interesting. for the first time ever, more than half of all senior citizens in the united states are using the internet. or as aol put it, we're back, baby! [ laughter ] we're back! we did it! [ applause ] you've got mail. yeah! [ dial up modem noises ] that's right. half of all senior citizens are using the internet. yeah, i read that when my
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grandma sent me the entire story to me in the subject line of an e-mail. [ laughter ] so that high school in maryland is reprinting 8,000 diplomas because of a spelling error. which is good because nobody wants to be in the graduating ass of 2012. [ laughter ] no they're like, "i don't want it. [ applause ] i'd rather not get the diploma." everyone's talking about this. new york governor andrew cuomo wants to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana. [ cheers ] you can tell he's serious because today he issued instructions on how to turn the big apple into a bong with some tin foil and a swiss army knife. [ laughter ] you can tell there's people out there who have done that. yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> steve: a lot of them. >> jimmy: a recognition applause, yeah. some international news. on wednesday, north korean leader kim jong-un spoke at a rally for more than 20,000 children.
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yeah, he said if the kids just buckle down and study hard they could be anything he wants them to be. [ laughter ] very nice. [ applause ] i read that this week, several prison inmates here in new york graduated from college. i guess there are some people who want to be in the graduating ass of 2012. [ laughter and applause ] and finally, a company in missouri is selling a glazed doughnut flavored vodka. which explains why last night i got like 20 drunk dials from new jersey governor chris christie. [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight, give it up for the roots! i love you, chris. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we love that guy! hey everybody, we got a fun show tonight. thank you for tuning in, thank you for watching.
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i hope you have a great weekend. hey, check this out, you guys. our new comedy album, "blow your pants off," comes out this tuesday. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] oh, comes out this tuesday. it drops -- >> steve: it drops -- >> jimmy: -- it drops this tuesday. this is our first album that the show is putting out. it's all like, kind of a greatest hits, really. you have eddie vedder singing "balls in your mouth." you have -- it's a protest song about the bp oil spill -- >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: -- and how the tar balls are floating up in the ocean. so, we're saying don't swim in the ocean because you'll get balls in your mouth. [ laughter ] then paul mccartney sings "scrambled eggs." >> steve: "scrambled eggs." >> jimmy: ♪ scrambled eggs oh my lady i love your eggs ♪ >> steve: mr. -- >> jimmy: jersey -- >> steve: -- bruce springsteen? >> jimmy: bruce springstone himself -- >> steve: yes. >> jimmy: -- from the flintstone cartoon. >> steve: exactly. >> jimmy: bruce springstone sings, "whip my hair." can we give a taste or something? a little taste of bruce? a little "whip my hair." number 15. ♪ whip my hair back and forth >> jimmy: that's me as neil young. ♪ whip your hair whip my hair back and forth ♪ ♪ just whip it
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>> jimmy: all right, enough of that. all right. we have me as bob dylan doing "charles in charge." everyone wants to hear bob dylan do "charles in charge." >> steve: everyone. ♪ charles in charge of our days and our nights charles in charge of our wrongs and our rights ♪ >> jimmy: yeah, that's enough. that's enough of that one. [ cheers ] we have me as the doors singing "reading rainbow" at number five. ♪ butterfly in the sky i can go twice as high take a look it's in a book a reading rainbow ♪ >> jimmy: yeah, that's good. that's that. we got -- [ cheers ] big and rich are on here. we have justin timberlake. we love justin timberlake. >> steve: yep. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: the guy's awesome. we do "the history of rap" together, so we cleared all the songs. they're on the album. "history of rap," that's track number two.
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♪ i said a hip-hop a hippy to the hippy to the hip hip hop and you don't stop rocking ♪ ♪ to the bang bang boogie said up drop the boogie rock the rhythm of the boogie the beat ♪ >> jimmy: all right, that's enough of that. you can tell who's the singer and who's not. [ laughter ] i said a hip-hop, a hippy -- and then justin is like, "get out of the way, old man." [ laughter ] anyway, this drops tuesday. >> steve: don't mess that note up. >> jimmy: check this out. it's going to be fun times. [ cheers and applause ] it will blow your pants off. >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: we have a great show tonight. he's a big-time movie star. we love it when he stops by. from "madagascar 3," the one, the only, ben stiller is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] woah! plus he's a talented chef, host of "no reservations" and "the layover." he's a bad-ass. anthony bourdain is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] he doesn't fool around. he's awesome. and we've got great music from japandroids, you guys! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: they're great. >> jimmy: it's a fun, fun show. you guys, today's friday. that's usually when i catch up
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with the personal stuff. i check my inbox, return some e-mails on aol. and of course, i send out thank you notes. [ cheers ] i'm running a bit behind. that's why if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd just like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that okay? do you mind? [ cheers ] roots, can i get some thank you note writing music? ♪ thank you, miley cyrus, for announcing you're getting married. wow. you're growing up so fast. before you know it, your dad will be moving out of your house. [ laughter and applause ] these aren't written, i'm they grow up so fast. >> steve: yeah. so, so fast. these aren't written, i'm writing them right now. >> steve: are you serious? >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: so, you know them all in your head? >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: and you're writing them right now? >> jimmy: that is correct. these are just things i'm thinking of off the top must have head and just writing -- jotting down. >> steve: i can't wait to see what you write next. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, the new film "prometheus," for giving sci-fi fans a movie to look forward to and a really hard
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word to say with their retainers on. [ laughter ] prometheus, prometheus. [ applause ] >> steve: that is it, prometheus. >> jimmy: prometheus. hey, don't spray it, buddy. hey. >> steve: hey. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, dogs, for being such loyal, loving pets who are always there when you need them. thank you, cats, for pooping in my house. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: what are you going to do? >> jimmy: what to do. >> steve: it's called the truth. >> jimmy: yeah. it's called the truth, google it. >> steve: yeah, google it. google it. look it up on the wikipedia. >> jimmy: you sound like an intelligent man. >> steve: well, you know, i read. [ laughter ] the google. >> jimmy: that's good. ♪ thank you, starbucks, for improving your pastries with baked goods from a french bakery called la boulange. first you made us learn italian, now we've got to learn french, too? what's next, chinese?
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can i get a venti cappuccino, a beignet, and a hee sai mee chu. [laughter and applause ] >> steve: it's more about globalization. >> jimmy: that means chicken sandwich. >> steve: yeah. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, moss, for being toupees for rocks. [ laughter ] not his real hair. >> steve: no. i'm not only a member, i'm a client. >> jimmy: very good, man. stone cold good. >> steve: is that stone cold? got it? i googled it. that's what it's named. it's call the truth. google it. >> jimmy: google the truth? >> steve: you can't handle it. ♪ >> jimmy: i'm sorry. [ laughter and applause ] [ coughing ] >> steve: i had something in my throat. go ahead. [ laughter ] ♪
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>> jimmy: do it again. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, alarm clocks, for being like the guy who's like, oh my god, we're going to be late! and thank you, snooze button, for being the guy who's like, "dude, chill your grill, flip that pillow to the cool side and squeeze in a few more zs." [ laughter and applause ] who's that guy? >> steve: who's that guy? ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, kinko's, for sounding less like a copy center and more like a cereal for perverts. [laughter and applause ] ♪ prometheus. last one right here. the last un. [ audience aws ]
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yeah. >> steve: it's the last one. >> jimmy: i love you guys. each and every one of you. ♪ thank you, people who say i love taking baths, for basically saying, i love relaxing in human dirt soup. [ laughter ] there you go, guys. those are our thank you notes. we'll be right back with ben stiller! i love you guys! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ with the capital one cash rewards card
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live flake free. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is one of the biggest movie stars in the world as well as a talented director, writer and producer. starting today he's back as alex the lion in the blockbuster animated movie "madagascar 3: europe's most wanted." please welcome back to the show, the very funny ben stiller! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: there you have it. they love you. >> how are you? >> jimmy: the love you ben. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you for coming. >> is that the old "ben stiller show" theme song? >> jimmy: yeah. the roots -- >> yeah. dweezil zappa. >> jimmy: was that dweezil zappa? >> yes, he did. >> jimmy: really? >> he wrote that. >> jimmy: what an interesting crew of people who was on that show. >> yes. andy dick. >> jimmy: janeane garofalo. >> that's right. bob odenkirk. >> jimmy: bob odenkirk. >> david cross. >> jimmy: david cross, too? >> oh yeah. >> jimmy: i don't remember him on there. >> that was one of his first things he did. >> jimmy: gosh. now you're doing a -- you're directing a movie on top of promoting this. >> yeah, we're doing this movie right now. i'm doing a movie with kristen wiig. we are doing "the secret life of walter mitty." >> jimmy: i love kristen wiig. [ cheers and applause ] >> she's incredible. she's the best. she's amazing. >> jimmy: and you're shooting that here in new york? >> yeah, we've been shooting on the streets right down here all around rockefeller center. >> jimmy: your family's here. you moved the whole family back to new york. >> yes i did. we moved back here about a year and a half ago.
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>> jimmy: are you loving it? >> i am. i wanted my kids to have -- i grew up in the city. so, i wanted my kids to have a feeling of new york and, you know. but it's changed so much. >> jimmy: really? >> well, new york in the '70s was just -- it was much funkier, and you know, kind of a little more edgy. you know? the upper west side in the '70s was kind of like a dangerous sesame street. [ laughter ] you know, there was like a lot of singing going on. >> jimmy: yeah. >> there was a mean guy who was living in a trash can. [ laughter ] but, mainly he was trying to sell us speed. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. a little different than oscar. >> yeah. but, now like times square, it's all cleaned up. i took my kids to times square and i pointed to the m&m store and said, "there's hookers in there." >> jimmy: oh, come on. >> i don't want them to get soft, you know? >> jimmy: yeah, you want to give them a little edge. >> i'm thinking of hiring a couple of thugs to steal their bikes. >> jimmy: that's so smart. that's so smart. raise them up right. what were you like when you were a kid here in new york? >> i was -- well we -- you know, my sister and i would -- my parents would travel a lot. they would go out and work in l.a.
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and we'd go to see shows and we'd do shows, we'd act out broadway shows in the living room. >> jimmy: for your parents? >> yes. well, for my parents, but when they were away. most kids when their parents go away, they'd have a keg party. and we'd act out "pippin." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's like the lamest version of "risky business" ever. we're going to put on the best version of "pippin." >> we'd get complaints from the neighbors, "those two jewish kids are doing "jesus christ superstar" next door!" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i love that. but, look here you are now. and "madagascar 3," congratulations on this. already i know it's going to be giant. you went to cannes film festival. >> yes. yeah. we premiered -- >> jimmy: it's amazing. >> yeah. which was kind of weird because we had this serious black tie premiere at cannes. and everybody put on their 3d glasses and watched the movie. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is the film festival of all -- >> yeah, it's very france. yeah, we did the press conference. you know, so the press conference, the french, they took it very seriously. >> jimmy: really? >> you know, one guy asked, "are the children allowed to smoke in this film?" >> jimmy: no. [ laughs ]
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>> he wanted to know what the existential themes of the movie were. >> jimmy: for the cartoon, yes. >> yeah. and also, it has a different title in france. it's "animal horse of the circus." >> jimmy: is that right? >> three. >> jimmy: part three, yeah. the third of the series. but is it your voice in france? >> no, it's not my voice. they have french people to do that. it's a strange thing because you're -- we do the voice. i mean, the process is it's not like they animate it and then we do the voice. we do the voices and then they animate it, so it happens over a number of years. but, when they -- you know, it goes to other countries they dub it. >> jimmy: so basically, yeah. >> so yeah, so basically we're there promoting a film that we're not in. it's not our voice. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's pretty genius if you think about it. >> it's show business. it's show business. >> jimmy: i want to show a clip from the movie. here's ben stiller in "madagascar 3," the real one. ♪ >> hey.
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[ screaming ] >> where are you coming from? >> please you've got to hide us just until the heat dies down. >> absolute no outsiders. so wipe that smile off your face and pop off. >> oh, come on man. you've got to do one cat a solid cat to cat. do a solid here, buddy, come on. >> this train is for circus animals only. [ cheers and applause ] >> that is -- that tiger. >> yeah. >> jimmy: vitaly the tiger. that's bryan cranston from "breaking bad?" >> of "breaking bad" fame, yeah. >> jimmy: the russian guy. >> yes, he's actually cooking crystal meth in that trailer. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: amazing. it's a great movie for kids, you guys. "madagascar 3: europe's most wanted" 3d, in theaters everywhere right now. more with ben when we come back, you guys! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] with ultra-filtered water from the first ever hands-free dispenser, and micro-climate controls powered by twinchill™ technology, the new ge french door refrigerator is engineered
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>> jimmy: hey everybody, we are back with the man ben stiller, "madagascar 3" is out right now. [ cheers and applause ] it's always good to see you, buddy. >> thank you. >> jimmy: do you remember, we did that canadian soap opera a long time ago? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: me and you. >> yeah, jacob station. >> jimmy: jacob station, that's right. >> i played -- i played pizza man in a pizzeria. >> jimmy: yeah. it was good. except -- don't take this the wrong way but you were a little difficult to work with. kind of. >> i don't know what you mean? >> jimmy: i mean, i think you do know what i'm talking about. i mean, one thing you refused to use your own arms in any of the scenes. you remember this? >> yeah, i do remember that, and that was a time in my life when i was -- i just had an issue with my arms. they were really skinny at the time and my hands looked like, you know, like two brooms at the end of broomstick handles. [ laughter ] i don't know -- why are you bringing this up? >> jimmy: well, for whatever reason, i'm just bringing it up
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because it kind of just burns me a little bit thinking about it. >> everything was going -- we were having fun. >> jimmy: we were having fun. but, i mean, you were kind of -- it was awful. i mean, the bottom line, you refused to use your own arms in these scenes. you used mannequin arms instead of your arms. you used fake arms. >> yeah i know. >> jimmy: and to make you more comfortable, the director wanted to make everyone else use fake arms as well. and i got to say, that just made things pretty inconvenient. >> yeah, well, i'm sorry it was inconvenient but honestly the arms looked totally real so i don't know what your issue is. i mean, nobody could tell they were fake. >> i respectfully disagree with you. [ laughter ] they were mannequin arms and they looked like they were mannequin arms. we have a clip. can we show the audience? let the audience decide. ♪ >> hello, welcome to luigi's pizza, what can i do for you, huh? [ laughter ]
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>> well, what would you recommend? >> i'd recommend the pizza, huh? >> sounds good. what kind do you have? >> well, we have your choice. we got the sausage. >> oh, yeah? [ laughter ] >> we got the meatball. >> sounds good. >> oh, we got a mushroom here. >> watch your fingers there. >> no, it feels good. and then, oh, we got a green -- green pepper. >> okay. um -- i'll take a slice of pepperoni, please. >> ah, pepperoni. some people from my land, we call it a paparoni or a puperino. but, you know, and some even call it a piperonini. [ laughter ] >> what do you call it? >> i call it pepperoni. yeah. you know what? i'm going to make you a fresh one from scratch, huh? >> that sounds so authentic, thank you. >> now, every pizza begins with a crust and every crust begins with dough so let me get you some, huh? >> oh, wow, it's fresh. >> the only way to get a crispy crunch into the crust is to
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really stretch the dough out, oh! >> yeah. >> see, that's right. you got that. >> stretch it right now. >> stretch it out, yeah. and then you got to toss the dough into the air. >> oh, there you go. >> toss the dough. toss the dough. the happy dough. you know what i'm saying? >> yeah. >> toss the dough. that's all right. don't worry about it, it will all get baked out in the oven. >> yeah. >> next up is the sauce. >> oh, i love sauce. >> the sauce is the most important ingredient. >> the sauce, yeah. >> from an old family recipe. >> watch out. watch out there. >> i got it. i got it. >> watch out. watch out. all right. >> on the fingers. >> all right. all right. >> there we go. to the dough, yeah. >> that's perfect. >> you think that's enough, huh? >> yeah, that's enough. that's perfect. can i get some cheese on there, maybe? >> oh, yeah. i'm going to grate you up some fresh mozzarella, huh? >> great, i love mozzarella. >> oh, this is the freshest mozzarella you'll ever find. yeah, look at this. the way it stretch, huh? [ laughter ] >> yeah.
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>> look at how it stretches. >> oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. it looks good. looks really nice. >> kind of soft cheese. a lot of fiber in it. >> can i get a little more? >> oh! oh! [ laughter ] we've got to get it right down to the bone. >> okay, all right. >> it's worth it. it's worth it. >> that's good. >> okay. topping time. >> yeah. >> you said the puperini, yeah? >> that's correct. >> all right. oh, let me see. i seem to be all out of pepperoni. so, let me see if i have some over here, huh? oh, here we go. >> there you go. >> i got a little up in here for you. i always decide to keep the extra ingredients on the hand just in case. there you go, huh? >> aren't those supposed to be refrigerated or something? >> i don't know. i never really thought about it. >> okay. all right. >> all right. there we go. we get a little bit out here. oh, look at this, i tossing the pepperoni. it's like i'm at blackjack table. place your bets, huh? [ laughter ] >> place for your bets. >> my bet is you're going to like this pizza, huh? >> yeah, i guess so.
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it's starting to look pretty good, i must say. >> yeah, you want some jalapenos on there? >> no, thank you. no. >> there we go. >> i don't know if i -- >> just go with it. just go with it. >> i'm not sure if i -- >> i'm going to put some on there. >> i'm not sure if i want -- >> all right. >> it might be too -- too much -- >> oh, there we go. now it's all ready for the oven. >> okay, here we go. >> okay. >> it looks good. it's got a lot of pepperoni on there. >> this is one tasty pizza. oh, oh! [ laughter ] there we go. >> all right. there you go. >> oh, oh! now, can i get you something to drink while you wait, huh? >> yeah. you know, i'd love a soda. that'd be good. >> ah, soda, you got it. you got it. >> thank you so much. >> you want me to pop the top for you? >> no, i probably -- >> come on. let me pop the top for you. >> no, i can probably do it myself. >> come on, nothing goes better with a luigi's pizza than a nice, cold soda. >> i am thirsty so the quicker the better. so, that would be great. all right.
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>> let me get this baby for you. >> there it is. right there. >> let me get this baby for you. >> oh, i got it. >> i can get -- butter finger. butter finger. >> no problem. >> you know i'm going to give you a little sip here. a little sip. i got some in my -- there you go. oh, there you go. [ laughter ] that's right. that's right. suck it off the top. suck it off the top. there you go. oh. [ applause ] that's so tasty. that's sweet and tasty, huh? you know they say -- >> that really quenches my thirst there. thank you. >> that hits the spot, huh? >> yeah, i'm finished. [ bell rings ] >> oh, your pizza's done. [ laughter ] >> thank goodness. thank god. i'm so hungry. can i take a bite of that pizza -- >> i can smell the taste of this pizza pie from here. >> really? is that right? >> it smells so good. so good. >> can't wait to have it, so delicious. >> let's see. here we go. oh, ah. let me -- let me get this out of here for you, oh, oh. there we go. there we go. there we go.
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she's a slicky girl. she wants to slide off. >> whoa, whoa, whoa. >> let me slice it off for you, huh? >> oh, wow. >> let me slice it. >> that would be great right there, yeah. >> there we go. >> all right. yeah. >> i like to go from the outside in and work my way in there. >> you do a good job. >> you only go outside -- >> is that right. you've done this before. >> oh, many, many times. now, there we go. >> just one slice, please, that's all. >> one slice. okay, okay. >> oh, wow. >> let me get this baby for you. >> that looks perfect. i can't wait to take a bite of that. >> i'm going to feed it to you, okay? [ laughter ] i'm going to feed it -- it's a traditional way. >> no, no, no. >> this is how we serve our slices at luigi's, i insist. >> no, no, no. >> i feed it to you. it would be fine. >> we do it new york style. okay? so you've got to fold it up here. i got it for you. there we go. now take a nice, sweet bite of this baby. [ talking over each other ] oh. eat that up. mm! you want some more? >> no. >> have a little more, no? a little more.
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just a little. it smells so good. [ cheers and applause ] come on, one more. for luigi, huh? just for luigi, you have one more little taste. oh, yummy. [ laughter ] that is so yummy, huh? that is such a sweet bite. >> really good. >> so what do you think, huh? >> that's a tasty pizza pie. >> yeah, hey. up top! up top! come on, huh? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you know, now that i see it again i guess you're right. they do look pretty real. >> yeah, see, i told you. >> jimmy: you guys, go see "madagascar 3." it's in theaters now. ben stiller! we'll be right back with anthony bourdain. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you can take the man outta new jersey,
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is the host of the hit show "no reservations." he's also a renowned chef and best-selling author. he's got a new graphic novel coming out called "get jiro!" please welcome anthony bourdain! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: anthony bourdain. big news for you. you're a busy, busy, man. i just heard, this is true, you're moving to cnn? >> i'm moving to cnn, yes. >> jimmy: what is going on? what do you mean? >> oh, i mean, i'm not going to start doing election commentary. you won't be seeing me barbecuing in "the situation room." >> jimmy: what, you're going to hang with wolf blitzer? >> he does a mean brisket. [ laughs ] >> jimmy: what are you doing though for cnn? >> a travel show. what we know how to do. same team, same production company. >> jimmy: really? >> just a bigger world. i'm guessing that cnn can get us into a lot of the destinations that we've had trouble getting into. >> jimmy: like where do you want to get into? >> i'm obsessed with "apocalypse now" and "heart of darkness." i want to go up the congo river. libya sounds good to me. >> jimmy: oh, my god. are you crazy. >> cool places like that. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. i love that you have the guts to do all of this stuff. i can't do half the stuff you do.
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>> i was, you know, standing on my feet next to a frialator for most of my life. so, given the chance late in life to have a lot of fun and see the world, i'm going to do it. >> jimmy: yeah, but so this is -- when does this start? >> we should start -- around november we'll start filming. >> so, you have a little time off? are you going to take any time off? >> well, i'm still going to be doing some of the current shows, "layover," -- vacation. i'm taking a real vacation this year. first time in a long time. i've been on, sort of, arguably on permanent vacation for the last 12 years. but, mostly alone. this is the first sort of normal family vacation for any period of time, you know. to where i'm driving out, renting a place by the beach, you know. doing whatever normal people do, i'm going to try to do that. >> jimmy: i don't believe you. you're not normal. i mean, i don't see you -- what does anthony bourdain do to relax on vacation? >> i'm thinking you know, a hammock, beer, some books, splash around in a pool with my daughter, watch cartoons. i like watching cartoons with my daughter, that makes me happy. >> jimmy: you watch cartoons? >> way too conversant in
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children's cartoons. like -- oh, god. some of them are awful. [ laughter ] you know, like when you can sing the songs, you know? >> jimmy: you know it's bad. >> you know it's bad. i'm watching "my little pony" with my daughter. >> jimmy: no, no, no, i don't see this happening. >> here's where it really gets bad. she leaves the room. [ laughter ] and i'm -- you know my wife comes in, "honey, it's time to go." and i'm like "wait, wait, i'm waiting to find out what happens to rainbow dash." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: rainbow dash. you're really into "my little pony." >> you know about bronies, right? >> jimmy: no. >> you know what a brony is? >> jimmy: can you say it on televsion? >> i've made some -- some remark on the show about -- i think it was eating a horse on the show. i made a -- a "my little pony" reference. suddenly i started to get some very disturbing tweets and stuff on social media from an outfit calling themselves bronies. this is a monster, a huge subculture of allegedly
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heterosexual men who are really into "my little pony." >> jimmy: is that right? [ laughter ] gosh, america. >> really, really -- >> jimmy: really into it. >> into my little pony. >> jimmy: gosh, america is awesome, huh? [ laughter ] pretty awesome. this is of course from the crazy awesome mind of you, "get jiro!" it's a graphic novel. you're a best-selling author. this one's a little departure for you. you always grew up a comic book fan? >> i was a comic book nerd and collector. and in fact, at one point in my life i very much wanted to draw comic books. didn't work out. but again, late in life i'm getting to kind of live my little boy dream. so, i thought a really -- i wanted to do a very hyper foodie graphic novel with a lot of really lurid violence in it. >> jimmy: yeah. and that's what it is. i mean, this is only from the awesome brain of anthony bourdain. in here, like -- this is a -- in the future? >> kind of a dystopic alternate future los angeles where chefs are like crime lords and they
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control the world as we know it. and i thought it would be interesting where, you know, gangs of armed chefs are slaughtering each other over whether or not you should put monterey jack cheese on a taco. [ laughter ] whether that's appropriate. >> jimmy: i would say it's not appropriate. >> i'm against, yeah. >> jimmy: i like that. i agree with a lot of stuff you do. but there's a lot of things you can learn lessons in here. like sushi etiquette. what are the things you should not do when you're eating sushi at a restaurant? >> the first thing i thought of in the book was wouldn't it be great if somebody goes in, sits down at a sushi bar and treats their sushi incorrectly? a big crime in a sushi bar, particularly a good one, is to take a big -- if you're one of these people who puts a big wad of wasabi into the soy sauce and mixes it up into a slurry, you're pretty much dead to the sushi chef now, he hates you. >> jimmy: really? >> and if you compound that by letting your nigiri, your sushi sort of sit there rice side down until the rice crumbles into the sauce. now, he'd like to kill you. i just want to imagine a world
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in which the sushi chef actually did kill people for that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the guy orders the california roll. look, he cuts his head off. [ laughter ] with a knife. chop! it's fantastic. this is such a good read. it's really funny. it's really cool. anthony bourdain, "get jiro!" is available in comic book stores on june 27th and everywhere books are sold on july 3rd. stick around, japandroids perform next, you guys! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ooh yea! ♪ you found 5 bucks check your jeans ♪ ♪ no that ain't no fuzz ♪ have a 5 course meal at the vending machine ♪ ♪ how about some anti static dryer sheets ♪ ♪ ooh yea! ♪ you found $5 bucks ♪ that girl cross the way is noticing your luck ♪ ♪ you catch her eye you know what she's thinking ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest's newest release "celebration rock" has been hailed by npr as the best rock record of this year. performing the song "fire's highway," please welcome back to our show, japandroids! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ a northern soul in southern lands will always find his way to southern hands ♪ ♪ she'll kiss away your gypsy fears and turn some restless nights ♪ ♪ to restless years hearts from hell collide on fire's highway tonight we dreamed it, now we know ♪ ♪ oh hearts from hell collide on fire's highway tonight we dreamed it, now we know ♪ ♪ oh a soul of fire and eyes of flame oh ♪ ♪ tend to overwhelm
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her tender frame oh when raw winds blew us ♪ ♪ down her city's streets oh she warmed my body with her spirit's heat ♪ ♪ oh some empty bottles the cold sweat blues oh ♪ ♪ howling like outlaws from her rented room oh no rising sun ♪ ♪ confession, dear oh only a restless night i'll nurse for years ♪ ♪ oh hearts from hell collide on fire's highway tonight we dreamed it, now we know ♪ ♪ oh hearts from hell collide on fire's highway tonight we dreamed it, now we know ♪ ♪ oh ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ one night to have and to hold oh to let live ♪ ♪ but never let go oh
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a northern soul in southern lands ♪ ♪ will always find his way to southern hands she'll kiss away your gypsy fears ♪ ♪ and turn some restless nights to restless years ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about, brother. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> jimmy: japandroids! wow. check out their album "celebration rock." visit for an exclusive bonus performance. we will be right back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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