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change your apartment. change the world. ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- kevin james, vanessa hudgens, magician dan white,
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and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 244, angola! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about, there! hot crowd! i feel the love! i feel the love! thank you so much. welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. you made it. you're here. come on, this is awesome! [ cheers and applause ] we're at "the tonight show." and it's a good show tonight. it's a great one. but first, let's get to some
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news. here's what everyone's talking about. big political news. it's being reported that hillary clinton will announce she's running for president at noon on sunday. yeah. [ cheers ] [ laughter ] god was like, "that's normally my day, but i'm way too scared of her, so i'll just let her do what she wants." [ laughter ] actually, i read that some women are concerned that hillary clinton is usually referred to by just her first name, which they say wouldn't happen if she were a male candidate. they think it shows a lack of respect. "are you sure about that?" said oprah, madonna, cher, and beyonce? [ cheers and applause ] some of the most respected people on the planet! and republican candidate rand paul -- oh, man, he's already -- [ laughter ] he's facing some criticism for appearing tense in several interviews this past week. but paul addressed the issue and said he's "universally short-tempered and testy." [ laughter ] then he said, "anyway, vote for me to run the country."
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[ laughter and applause ] what? "yeah, i'm just like that." but rand paul, he addressed his tense interviews this week and said that he is "universally short-tempered and testy" and added "i think i should have more patience." [ laughter ] then he was asked why he had such a short temper. and he said, "who knows? maybe it runs in the family. i'll have to talk to my parents about that. heh, heh, heh." [ laughter ] then he was asked what he wants to do about his temper problem. and he said, "i wouldn't exactly call it a problem, but i'll have to get better at holding my tongue. heh heh." [ laughter ] then he was asked if he'll seek therapy or some counseling for his rage issues. he said, "not to repeat myself but i don't have a problem with rage. just a couple slip-ups now and then. should we move on? i think we should move on. heh heh." [ laughter ] then he was asked if he believes his ongoing anger episodes will prevent him from being president and he said, "no, it won't prevent me from being president because i'm not angry! i don't have rage! my temper is fine! so stop asking me these questions because i don't have
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any damn rage! okay? huh? can you do that for me? huh? can you be a good little reporter and shut your mouth when you get the answer you're looking for?! or do i need to repeat myself?! 'cause i'm more than happy to do that! look, i don't have rage problems! i don't have rage problems! i don't have rage problems! see?! i'm doing such a good job of answering your question. i get a gold star! gold star for me!" [ cheers and applause ] rand paul finally just added "just kidding." [ laughter ] i'm not sure the joke came across. this is almost too good, this story here. chris christie, governor of new jersey. love the guy. one of our -- right? he's nice to us. he's always come on the show. i don't want to make jokes about him. >> steve: no. >> jimmy: i don't want to. [ laughter ] but then he goes and does something like this. he actually appeared on a local talk show in new jersey this week. this is real. it's called "pasta and politics." >> steve: oh, come on! [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: unfortunately, there were no survivors.
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[ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's right. chris christie appeared on a a talk show in new jersey called "pasta and politics." of course, when he left, it was just called "politics." [ laughter ] actually, the governor really seemed to be in his element while he was on the show. take a look at him. >> governor, we're going to take half a pint of heavy cream. >> nice. [ laughter and applause ] >> just in case -- we're going to -- >> you want me to help you with this? listen, the governor can do this. this is real. this is part of my function here. >> beautiful, beautiful. >> i opened it, i get to pour it. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: of course, he knows how to use heavy cream. he uses it to brush his teeth. [ laughter ] i don't want to make these jokes! i don't want to make these jokes. but i have one more. actually, heavy cream is christie's blood type. [ laughter ] all right, that's it. that's all i'm doing. chris, i'm sorry. come back on the show! [ cheers and applause ] oh, hey, whoa. >> steve: forget about it. [ applause ]
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dvd! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, listen to this. i read that scientists in england have developed technology that allows a person to actually feel holograms by using ultrasound. when asked what feeling holograms could be used for, they were like, "don't come in here! [ laughter ] we're busy doing science stuff. lock the door! lock the door!" [ laughter ] this is cool. beginning today, all six "star wars" films are available on itunes for the first time. yeah. and it could just be me, but i think apple tried to sneak a a few changes into the movies. take a look at this scene with han solo. watch. >> everything's under control. situation normal. [ siri voice ] >> okay. i think you said scooby doo is formal. is that correct? >> uh -- negative. negative. everything's perfectly all right now. [ siri voice ] >> okay. searching for "adele dazeem." i found several results in your area. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: see, i don't remember that in the first time i saw that.
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guys, this is funny. there's a story about a police horse in florida named jacob that likes to paint when he's not out on patrol. [ laughter ] he likes to paint. the horse in the next stall said "hey, that's pretty good." and the cop was like, "oh, my god, that one talks." [ laughter ] a magical horse. and finally, this is going viral. two girls at an amusement park in florida went on a ride there called the slingshot. and, well, i think they quickly regretted their decision. take a look. >> i love you. and you are my best friend. and if i die, tell my mama i love her. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that's so cute. that's so cute. tell my mom i love her. it's pretty embarrassing. i mean, who would get that scared on a silly ride? [ screaming ] [ laughter ] we have a great show. give it up for the roots, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: hey! >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: welcome to the show, everybody. hey, good news, everybody. the rolling stones are back on tour. [ cheers and applause ] they're doing it! they're friends of the show. so be sure to check out for more information, see if they're around. get tickets to go see them, because they're back on tour. [ cheers and applause ] we have got a great show tonight. it's his first time here, and he's one of the funniest guys on the planet. he's from the new movie "paul blart: mall cop 2." the very funny kevin james is on the show! >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we love kevin james. >> steve: kevin james! >> jimmy: from the broadway musical "gigi," the lovely, the talented vanessa hudgens is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] and to close the show tonight, we're going to see a magic trick. this guy, he's a magician. dan white. he has a new show at the nomad
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hotel here in new york city. i went and saw it one night. blown away. it's a really cool trick. so you're going to see what's up. anyways. some good magic. dan white is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: ta-da! >> jimmy: i'm so excited that baseball season's back. last night, i went to the yankees game. i had a great time. i was cheering on all the players. and i think a-rod hates me. did i tell you this? [ laughter ] i don't think he likes me. because we got great seats and i see all the yankees come out of the dugout. they'll look over at me and nod. jeter used to take his hat and i go "hey, what's up." a-rod comes out. nothing. he comes out, like, hits his cleats with his bat. and then he looks at me, and i go, "what's up?" he doesn't say anything. and then he swings his bat and goes -- [ laughter ] direct eye contact with my face. like imagining my head as the ball or something. >> steve: oh, my gosh. >> and it freaks me out. it scares me. and then he hit a home run last night. and that scared me even more, because he's probably imagining my head on the ball. [ laughter ] anyway, so i'm at the game.
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amazing seats. sitting next to lorne. we're hanging out. i've been to a zillion games. minding my own business, i'm trying to cheer on my team. jacoby ellsbury comes up to bat. hits a foul ball. comes straight for my head. right? and for a second, i forget that there's a net protecting me. [ laughter ] i also forget that there was a a camera on me. >> steve: yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: anyway. take a look at what happened. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. i'm okay. yeah, i'm okay. i knocked my own hat off. the ball didn't even come close. [ laughter ] it happened so fast, i could hear the hiss of the ball. [ hissing sound ] it's like someone throwing a a cobra at you, and it almost bites you. so i don't know what i did there. i freaked out a little bit, right. big deal! >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: i reacted the way any normal man would react. >> steve: right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: then a couple batters later, it happens again.
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>> steve: what? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: another foul ball right at me. now i feel like the yankees are testing my manhood. >> steve: right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so i did what any man would do in that situation. i grabbed my beer and i chugged it. check it out. >> jimmy: i said "that's good, i've had enough. there you go, right there." >> so quickly, 0-2. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: you'd think that would be enough. now, i guess some people are saying i didn't really chug it, that half of it spilled onto my shirt. anyone who knows me knows that's not how jimmy fallon rolls. and to prove it, i've got a a beer right here. [ cheers and applause ] i'm going to chug it for you right now. i need some music for this. roots, can you play "this is how we do it"? ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ this is how we do it this is how we do it
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this is how we do it ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is how you do it! >> steve: what?! >> jimmy: go yankees! >> steve: wow. [ puking sounds ] >> steve: oh, no, he threw up! not a drop spilled. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: guys, today's friday, and that's usually when i catch up with some personal stuff. i check my inbox, return some e-mails and, of course, send out thank you notes. i was running a bit behind today. so if you wouldn't mind, could i write out some thank you notes right now? is that cool? [ cheers and applause ] thank you very much. james, could i get some thank you note writing music, please? ♪ >> steve: oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> steve: look how cute he is. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: very cute, yes. >> steve: he's all in gray. it's like 50 shades of james. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, tax day, for combining the fun of doing paperwork with the threat of going to jail. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, the u.s. post
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office, for being criticized for misquoting maya angelou on her new stamp. [ audience ohs ] but hey, as albert einstein once said, "haters gonna hate." [ laughter and applause ] very famous. >> steve: e equals m.c. hammer. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, college basketball's oscar robertson player of the year trophy. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] for making me glad i never played college basketball. no, thanks. [ laughter ] >> steve: is that the imodium ad trophy? >> jimmy: it's not, no. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, my gosh. rocket man. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, washington, d.c., for losing power this week. or as president obama put it, join the club. [ laughter ]
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>> steve: oh, no, you didn't. >> jimmy: well, i did. >> steve: whoa. >> jimmy: thank you, george r.r. martin, for developing a a new hbo series called "captain cosmos," which incidentally is also my nickname when i go out for drinks with the gals. [ laughter and applause ] hello. captain cosmos, here. >> steve: used to be major cosmos. >> jimmy: you are such a a samantha. >> steve: leisure alcoholic. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, white house easter egg roll, for being the one day a year joe biden gets to pick his own outfit. [ laughter and applause ] thank you very much. guys, those are my thank you notes. i appreciate that. [ cheers and applause ] guys, we're doing a big thing on our show tonight. we're giving away a car. [ cheers and applause ] the first ever lexus nx-turbo is what it is. a few weeks ago, we asked you
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guys to make a six-second rap about why you deserve this car. we got thousands of entries. there were funny ones, there were clever ones. it was really difficult to choose. but we do have a winner. someone is going home tonight in a brand new lexus nx-turbo. here we go. now, before we announce the name, we wanted to show you some of our favorite entries. so we put together this lexus vine rap music video. we gave you the beat and asked you to rap. here's what we came up with. ♪ if i won a lexus if i, if i won a lexus jimmy i must confess this ♪ ♪ i really do want that lexus ♪ ♪ to whip around to the end of town to impress all these t-rexes ♪ ♪ oh my if i won a lexus i'd say thank you ♪ ♪ 'cause when i drive my car all the girls say ew ♪ ♪ ♪ what what's this a lexus lexus ♪ ♪ chillin in car with no ac sitting like a drunk cowboy in texas m ♪ sitting in sweat then i look to my girl like should'a got you a lexus ♪ ♪ abracadabra alacazam 'till this car becomes a lexus for my mom ♪
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♪ oh man what do he tell his wife when he got no tranmish no a-c ♪ ♪ gotta do the laundry gotta open a jar gotta clean the floors gotta win the car ♪ ♪ yo girl you wanna go to prom you gotta cool car no but we can take my moms ♪ ♪ take take my moms take take my moms say what what's this a lexus ♪ ♪ need a new ride jimmy it's kinda hard to be me ♪ ♪ no ladies wanna be near me got no car i got a donkey yeah ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: isn't that great? everybody's is so good. [ applause ] well, this is the moment, if you're watching. the winner of the first ever lexus nx-turbo is kara johnson from north hollywood, california. congratulations, kara, you just won a lexus! thank you to everybody who sent in your raps and enjoy that lexus, kara. we'll be right back with kevin james, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: our first guest is a a very, very funny, funny man. he's a talented actor and comedian. he stars in the sequel to his blockbuster film. this new one's called "paul blart: mall cop 2." it opens april 17th. please say hello to kevin james! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> yeah! >> jimmy: yeah, that's how you make an entrance. that's how you make an entrance right there. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's how you bring it. >> jimmy: that's how you bring it. kevin -- [ laughter ] >> we got to bring it down for the interview. >> jimmy: we got to bring it down, yeah. i got the -- thank you so much for coming on the show. >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: this is the first time i've gotten a chance to interview you on the show. >> yes, yes, this is the first time. i'm so excited to be here. although, we did -- we worked together once very long ago. >> jimmy: long, yeah.
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i want to say 20 -- around 20 years ago. >> yeah, yeah, we were at a -- >> jimmy: do you remember this? >> i do remember because we were at a club, a comedy club in new jersey. i think it was bananas. and i remember i had just started headlining. and i was feeling my confidence. i was doing really well all over the country. and you were opening for me there and i remember i was crushing -- i was crushing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i was. >> he was. well, they're laughing. that's not a joke. he was. he was the opening act. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they don't think i'm a comedian. >> no, no, no. [ laughter ] that's horrible. >> jimmy: i did stand-up then. >> you were doing stand-up. >> jimmy: and impressions and stuff like that. >> and, like i said, to close the show you have to be the strongest act and i'm telling you i was good. i was good then. i was doing really well. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i came on -- i remember feeling confident but i was in the green room and all of a a sudden i hear this laughter out there like crazy and cheers. and i was like panicking. is the world series on tonight? like, i'm asking my buddy. and we go out there and you just destroyed. i remember and i started sweating and getting really nervous about oh, my gosh, i have to follow this. and i didn't -- i couldn't follow it. i remember, he was that funny
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and you did that well that i remember -- [ cheers and applause ] this is it -- this is true. this is the truth. and i remember i got my -- after the show, somebody came up to me and i got my first "you were good too." which is the worst thing you can hear as a comedian. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: because we were both waiting as the crowd and leaving. >> yes, yes, yes. and i was panicked. and then i said, "oh, thank you very much." i go, "you guys want a shot, a a group shot?" and they were like this, "no, i think we're good. we're okay." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not true! that's not what happened, no. >> i'm telling you, it happened. >> jimmy: you destroyed. >> you were very funny. >> jimmy: you're one of the best comedians i've ever seen. >> oh, no. >> jimmy: you were so nice to me. i mean, i was 17. >> wasn't your dad there? >> jimmy: yeah, my dad drove. i didn't know how to drive. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and you were so nice to me and you gave me tips on how to be a comedian. you told me to keep writing. >> did i mention you were never going to open for me again? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you just made that up. you were so nice. i'll never forget how nice and cool you were to me. you were an inspiration. i was watching you every night. i was like, how does he do this? all i had was, you know, ten minutes. >> how does he do -- how does
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he hang on and pretend like he's getting laughs? >> jimmy: no, no, no. not at all. you were always killing. you were always killing. congrats. now, you have babies now. >> oh, my gosh, yeah. >> jimmy: you have four kids? >> i have four. i have four. which is -- yeah, it's a lot. [ cheers and applause ] you have two? >> jimmy: i have two babies, yeah. >> i have four. which is great because i love babies and i also love keeping the other kids on their toes. just letting them -- >> jimmy: yeah, every couple years you get a new baby. >> oh, yeah. just say, "hey, buddy, you like being the youngest? well, guess what? you're no longer special." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> i'm telling you, you tell him. next time you ask them to pick up your toys, get to it, man. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, absolutely, yeah. but who -- are you good with putting them to sleep or does your wife do that? >> my wife's much better at that. i'm horrible. do you do that or are you like? >> jimmy: i try, yeah. i put them to sleep but my wife is better. >> always. because they want to be there. you know that's the problem because when you're like -- [ laughter ] i always have like a game to watch. and i want to get -- i'm thinking how fast can i do this? [ laughter ] and then -- kids are like wolves. they can sense when you don't want to be there. [ laughter ] and they will make your night a a living hell. and they really do.
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>> jimmy: yeah, you can tell they're always -- she's not going to go to sleep. >> no. >> jimmy: no, they won't go to sleep. >> i just lay there and it's just a waiting game. that's all it is. it's who can outwait the other. >> jimmy: don't make eye contact. >> don't make eye -- if you peek, one of them's going to be staring over at you. [ laughter ] he elbows the other one. you just pressed reset and added eight hours to your night right there. [ laughter ] it's miserable. and even if you do get them to sleep, the dismount that is -- from the bed, that is the most crucial. you can undo all your hard work with a bad dis -- it's like a a human game of pickup sticks. honestly, when you're trying to move your body parts from one side to the other. and i'm big, so when i roll to one side of the mattress, they come like tumbling into the -- [ laughter ] they get stuck in there. it's brutal. everybody's waking up. there's bodies all over the place. >> jimmy: just sleep on the floor tonight. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i got to tell you, we had a bunch of kids over to the house the other day and the trailer for "paul blart: mall cop 2" came on. and gosh, they were laughing so much. and we had to rewind.
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i've never had to rewind a a trailer. when the horse kicks you, it's the funniest thing. it's the funniest thing. we all -- and they go, "play it again, play it again." i was like, all right, i'll do it again. i go, "he's coming on next week." they're like we don't care about you. let's watch the horse. >> oh, that's sweet. >> jimmy: but you're back. this one's super physical. it's so funny. the first one was a smash success. >> yeah, it did better than we thought. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> yeah, we were you know -- and we're excited about this one. >> jimmy: well, this one -- i want to show a clip of it here. it's a very, very funny movie. this one's in vegas. >> yes. >> jimmy: paul blart goes to vegas now. so, here's a clip of "paul blart: mall cop 2." take a look at this. ♪ ♪ >> oh!
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mercy! >> i am so sorry, ma'am. >> nope, my fault. i startled you. >> i just feel terrible. >> oh, no, i deserved it. >> can i help you up or get you some medical attention? >> not necessary. this just sets the focus away from my arthritis. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: kevin james! "paul blart mall cop 2" opens april 17th. we're going to do something fun with kevin when we come back. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hi, and this is my story.guy, young guy eats too much junk food and gains a lot of weight. guy changes his life by eating at subway twice a day and walking a lot. guy loses over 200 pounds and keeps weight off for 17 years. guy now has two kids- and even more reason to pass on better eating habits to young people everywhere.
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>> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. i'm hanging out with kevin james! [ cheers and applause ] you've had an amazing career as a comedian but a lot of people don't know that you started in drama. >> yeah. i did, actually. >> jimmy: back in the 80s, do you remember this? we were in a show together. a drama. it was called -- it was an 80s drama called "last call saloon." >> yeah. yeah, i do. i remember it. >> jimmy: you remember that? >> yes. are you kidding me? i get recognized -- still, that's the one thing, more than the "king of queens", more than anything else. i remember it was always "last call saloon." >> jimmy: "last call saloon." [ laughter ] >> it was. it was the biggest. >> jimmy: we played these two badass dudes at a biker bar that never saw eye to eye. that was the premise of the show. >> i remember. like, it was a lot of brawling. it was all fights. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. the show is famous for its slow-motion fight scenes. but we didn't have that much money back then in the 80s, so what we had to do is we had to do the slow-mo fight scenes ourselves. >> yeah. [ laughter ] but i mean, i've got to say all things considered, i think we
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did a good job. i thought we did an awesome job. >> jimmy: i couldn't agree more. i actually have a clip. >> do you really? >> jimmy: yeah. here's a scene from the 80s drama "last call saloon." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers ] ♪ >> yo. someone sitting there? >> yeah. me. [ laughter ] >> who the hell are you? >> i'm your worst nightmare. >> you want to do this? >> jimmy: bring it on! [ screaming ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: still holds up. >> really does. really does, man. really good form. >> jimmy: good slow motion. actually, i think we might have another clip. [ laughter ] >> are you sure? [ laughter ] i think they get it. >> jimmy: no, no, i don't know. i really want give it a a really --
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here's a follow-up scene from "last call saloon." check it out. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: you just ate the last beer nut. everyone around here knows i eat the last beer nut. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> you want a beer nut? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, i want a beer nut, man! >> well, they got a lot more beer nuts behind the bar!
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why don't you go see for yourself? [ screaming ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and stay there! >> we got room for one more! [ laughter ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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[ yelling ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it was so real i had to get water. [ laughter ] >> you see that. >> jimmy: you can see that. i mean, that was very physically demanding. >> well, we were a lot younger back then. [ laughter ] we were younger. >> jimmy: i can't believe i'm saying this. we actually have one more clip.
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>> no. [ laughter ] no, we don't. no, we don't have another. >> jimmy: they found it on the internet. how lucky are we? >> not that lucky. >> jimmy: very lucky. yeah, let's check it out. here's one more scene from "last call saloon." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: four aces. read 'em and weep. >> wait a second. how can you have four aces when i have the same hand? [ yelling ]
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[ yelling ] >> jimmy: let's go for it. [ yelling ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it was still stuck in my memory.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know our next guest from her roles in the "high school musical" movies, "sucker punch" and "spring breakers." she's currently making her broadway debut in the musical "gigi" at the neil simon theater. please welcome, vanessa hudgens, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's the way to do it. >> that's the second time music was good. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly, yeah. you are the sexy kevin james. >> there you go. >> jimmy: that's what everyone
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calls you. gosh, you look beautiful. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you for coming and congrats. you're on broadway. >> i'm on broadway! >> jimmy: i mean, come on. how awesome. [ cheers and applause ] >> so awesome. it's so crazy. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. i've always dreamt of doing it but for it to actually happen is just so surreal. >> jimmy: it's just so much work, though. >> it's so much work. i've never worked this hard before in my life. but it's so worth it. like, every single night, getting to perform for the audience and i take them on this journey. it's so much fun. >> jimmy: do you get all sorts of -- do you get like fans of -- obviously, you get fans of you coming there and going, like, "oh, my gosh." >> yeah. there was this one night, because we did a little run in d.c. at the kennedy center, and there was this fan, front right, very front row, and every single time i walked past him he'd go, "vanessa. vanessa!" and i looked at him once. if you give a mouse a cookie, he comes back asking for a a glass of milk. every single time i walked by, he's like, "vanessa." i'm like, i'm trying to do a a show. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: gigi, remember? gigi. >> calm down. i don't know who this vanessa is. >> jimmy: yeah, who is this vanessa you're speaking of? >> i don't know her.
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>> jimmy: i'm in character. so, don't do that if you go see the show, yeah. but you always wanted to be an actress since you were a super, super little baby. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i have some photos here. even when it wasn't halloween, you would dress up in costume. >> yes, i just loved dressing up. i loved being a different character. so, i decided that costumes weren't meant for one day of the year, just halloween. no, it's meant for the whole year. >> jimmy: this is my daughter. this is little vanessa. she wants to say hi to you guys. [ audience aws ] little catwoman. >> catwoman. and i was catwoman every single day. >> jimmy: and then, this one is like carmen miranda? >> that was a little later in life. that was when i was dancing around the house, i think. >> jimmy: but how did you get to put this together? >> it was my mom's costume. my mom's tiny. >> jimmy: yeah, she must be. >> i'm like seven and i fit in her clothes. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. so, you would go out and you would go out for roles and go do theater and -- >> yeah. i loved doing theater. ever since i was really young. i started in my community theater where you actually had to pay to be part of the
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production. and we did -- they were doing the "hunchback of notre dame" one year. and i was so excited about it. i was like, esmeralda is my girl. like, i've got her ethnic looks going on. so, i go in thinking i'm going to get esmeralda. and who did i get? the hunchback. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there she is. the hunchback. [ laughter ] >> i'm not very happy about this, obviously. >> jimmy: that's the cutest thing ever. but you know what, you start here and you end up -- >> and now i'm this girl. >> jimmy: on broadway. congratulations, really. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i can't even tell you. the best of luck. vanessa hudgens, ladies and gentlemen. go see her in "gigi" at the neil simon theater. dan white joins us after the break with some magic. there he is in the xbox green room. hey, dan. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what made you switch to taco bell breakfast? it's like it doesn't matter where you go, it's the same thing which is like an english muffin with an egg on top! what do you eat now? i've got the chicken biscuit taco. and i've got the egg, bacon and cheese biscuit taco.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. hey, everybody. welcome back. a few weeks ago, i got to see a a magic show in a private room at the nomad hotel here in new york city. and it was one of the coolest, most mind-blowing nights. if you come to town, you have to try to get in to see this guy's act. it's unforgettable. here to perform one of the tricks from that show, please welcome the magician dan white. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you are so great. i have no idea what we're going to do. please. >> well, because this is such a
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a momentous occasion, i brought a special gift for you. >> jimmy: thank you. >> i'm not going to give it to you yet. >> jimmy: okay. >> instead, we're going to play a game. >> jimmy: okay. >> i know you like games. >> jimmy: i love games. i love games. >> the game is called how much money did i spend on jimmy fallon's gift? >> jimmy: let's start at 1,000 and -- [ laughter ] >> instead of me just telling you, we're going to have the audience guess. okay? so we need six random people. and in order to get them, you're going to toss that ball into the audience. okay? >> jimmy: okay. >> so one at a time, toss that ball out into the audience. [ cheers ] fantastic. throw it back. stay right there. stay right there. stay right there. no, no, we're gonna use them first. >> jimmy: okay. >> i want you to take a guess between $1 and $60. how much money did i spend on jimmy's gift? no change. just between 1 and 60. >> $25. >> $25. all right. jimmy, i'm going to give you this piece of chalk. >> jimmy: yes. >> and i want you to write 25 on that board. >> jimmy: okay. >> 25. fantastic.
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all right, throw that ball out again. this time the person who gets it, keep it. i want you to yell how much money you think i spent on jimmy fallon's gift. yell. >> $47. >> 47. jimmy, can you write 47? >> jimmy: yes. any box? >> second one right there. 47. toss that ball somewhere else in the back. [ cheers ] oh, fighting over -- all right, give me a number. 1 and 60. >> 52. >> 52. >> jimmy: 52. >> thank you, jimmy, you're a a great, lovely assistant. >> i'm really good at this. yeah, we should take this on the road. >> and toss it out. anywhere you want. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: nice catch. >> that would be an interception. >> jimmy: yeah. >> give me a number. >> $4. >> what's that? >> four. >> four. >> jimmy: $4? [ laughter ] >> this is "the tonight show." >> jimmy: have i not given you a great show? >> uh-oh. all right, there we go. toss that ball again. oh, is it already? fantastic. >> jimmy: yes. >> give me a number. >> 1 to 60? >> 1 to 60. >> 59. >> 59. perfect. 59. toss that ball again.
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one more number. we have one more number. this is the most important one. between 1 and 60. go for it. >> 31. >> 31. >> jimmy: 31? okay, good. >> 31. perfect. and jimmy, if you wouldn't mind, can you toss the ball back to jimmy? whoa! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hey! hey! stop it! be nice! be nice out there! [ laughter ] >> there we go. that was good. it took three times, but we got there. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i'm going to get hurt. yes. >> but jimmy, if i were to ask you, those numbers were completely random. we -- all the people were random. all the numbers are random. is that fair? random? and we got 25, 47, 52, $4, $59, and $31. i'm going to tell you, honestly, how much i actually spent. >> jimmy: okay. >> i spent $2. >> jimmy: thank you. [ laughter ] >> no, but the thing is, sometimes how much something costs isn't necessarily how much it's worth.
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right? >> jimmy: yeah. >> in this box, i have a gift. open it up. i'm going to take a look what's inside of there. come over here. >> jimmy: okay. >> it's a piece of paper. >> jimmy: yes? >> i want you to pull that piece of paper out. >> jimmy: okay. >> pull it out. >> jimmy: okay. >> nothing else inside. just a piece of paper. turn it over. so, just keep it folded, just like that. it's actually a powerball lottery ticket. >> jimmy: that's correct. >> the odds of winning the powerball are 1 in 150 million. >> jimmy: i'll take it. [ laughter ] >> and now, nobody got the number two. but you all got something else. something else a lot more impossible. can you do me a favor? open up that lottery ticket. [ laughter ] and i want you to read out what the numbers are on that lottery ticket, in order. >> jimmy: four. >> four. ♪ >> jimmy: 25. ♪ >> 25. >> jimmy: 47. ♪ >> 47. >> jimmy: 52. ♪ >> 52. >> jimmy: 59. ♪ >> 59. and the powerball?
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>> jimmy: 31. ♪ >> show it to the camera. 4, 25, 47, 52, 59, powerball 31. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh! you're the best. dan white! [ cheers and applause ] get tickets to the magician at more "tonight show" after the break. stick around, everybody. how did you do that? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ xfinity watchathon week. the biggest week in television history. it's your all-access binge-watching pass to tv's hottest shows, free with xfinity on demand. xfinity watchathon week. now through april 12th. perfect for people who really love tv.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was amazing. my thanks to kevin james, vanessa hudgens, dan white! [ cheers and applause ] the magician! and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen. thank you so much for watching. have a great weekend. i hope to see you next week. bye-bye, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]


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