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>> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: how are you? thank you, roots. thank you very, very much, everybody. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." what a great crowd. welcome to our show. thank you for coming out. let's get right to the news, everybody. let's get right to the news. in a new interview on abc's "nightline," jesse james says he's probably the most hated man in the world, yeah, and the ceo of bp was like, "dude, don't flatter yourself." [ laughter ] yeah. today bp executive doug suttles predicted that his company will survive the gulf coast oil spill. seriously? that's like running over someone's dog and going "don't worry, my car is fine." [ laughter ] who cares? who cares if bp is fine? [ cheers and applause ] you hear what they said? bp said today -- "in worst case scenario, it would take until august to clean up the gulf coast." that's not so bad. i mean who goes in the ocean
during the summer anyway, right? [ laughter ] today is national bike to work day, everybody. [ scattered applause ] yeah. which means -- which means tomorrow is officially national ice your balls day. [ laughter ] that can't be right. is that right? >> steve: yes. marked on my calendar. >> jimmy: that is -- that is a fact? >> steve: yeah. "may 22, be good to your dude." >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] hey, i heard that liza minelli performs the song "single ladies" in the upcoming sequel to "sex in the city." wow -- [ scattered cheers ] -- we've got liza, "single ladies," and "sex in the city," that's a gay hat trick. that's a -- i'm sorry, that's a gay -- that's fantastic. [ laughter ] >> steve: that's fantastic! [ applause ] >> jimmy: this week, "sesame street" launched its own online book store -- they have a few different shipping options. you can -- your stuff can be brought to you by u.p.s., fedex or the letter "d." [ light laughter ]
i just heard that joe jonas is planning to release a solo album of his own material, and if you just squealed at that news, it's past your bedtime, young man. [ laughter ] this is interesting -- a new study found that fish are scared of their own reflections. i guess that's why my goldfish can never tell that its bowtie is crooked. [ light laughter ] [ scattered applause ] octomom nadya suleman has a peta sign in her front yard that encourages people to have their pets spayed or neutered. [ laughter ] isn't that kind of like bp
putting a sign that says "don't pee in the pool." that like -- doesn't -- [ laughter ] and finally, you guys, this is a crazy story, a ten-foot alligator found its way into a mall in orlando. police are calling it a close call, while panda express is calling it a combo meal number four. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show. give it up for the roots, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody. oh, man, oh, man. this is going to be a special, special show, but first, one quick announcement. every night next week, monday through friday, i'm going to stay up with you and watch the show at 12:30. while i'm watching, i'm going to be on live video streaming on the internet, chatting with fans and giving behind-the-scenes look at what happens here at "late night." it's gonna be interactive fun -- it's gonna be just so cool. i can't wait to do this. it's called "watch jimmy with jimmy week" -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] -- starting next week, monday, may 24.
it's going to be fun. for more detail, check out our website latenightwithjimmyfallon.com. but what a show we've got tonight, you guys -- [ cheers ] -- what a show we've got tonight. from the "celebrity apprentice," the one and only donald trump is joining us! [ cheers and applause ] he's a great, great guy. love that guy. so, hey -- if he does ask, higgins was the project manager on last night's show, okay? [ light laughter ] >> steve: i'll take the fall. >> jimmy: you guys, we've also got our good buddy, hurley from "lost," jorge garcia is with us. [ cheers and applause ] he's been with us before. he's a great dude. and hold on to your captain's hat, we're going to yacht rock with robbie dupree, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ why don't we sail away why don't we sail away into the night ♪ >> jimmy: that's it -- that's all you get. that's all you get. that's all you get. until robbie comes out tonight and rocks it out. that's it. yeah, it's going to be awesome. well, we've been talking about it for over a week now, and it's
about to get real, you guys, that's right. it's yacht rock 2k10. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: was that boat on fire? was that sail boat on fire? i love yacht rock. i love the music, the parties. here's how it all came about. there was a web series on channel101.com made by a couple of dudes, j.d. ryznar and hunter -- and hunter stair and these guys -- they started this thing -- it's really funny. you should check it out. it basically tells the story about a musical movement that took place in the '80s when all the album covers had guys standing on yachts, sunsets, unbuttoned shirts, a lot of facial hair, it was magical, it was whimsical, it was nautical -- [ light laughter ] -- and here to represent the founders of yacht rock are michael mcdonald and kenny loggins. hey guys, how are you? [ cheers and applause ] >> ahoy there cool breeze. >> jimmy: how was your trip out here? was it okay? >> oh, it was smooth, jimmy. i came in on a beautiful boat. >> i was carried here on an eagle.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow -- well, you guys arrived at a perfect time. because it's a yacht rock party and everyone is invited. it's time for a yacht rock shared experience, you guys. ♪ ♪ it's a shared experience [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now, if you guys look under your seats, you'll each find a nautical ensemble. it includes shades, a captain's hat and a yellow sweater. you know, when i mentioned to tommy hilfiger that we were having this yacht rock party, he said "cool breeze, what can i do to help?" and i said, "call me jimmy colada." and he sent over 200 of the finest quality yellow sweaters. i want you guys to wear them around your neck, don't put them on. just wear them around your neck and tie them like this, yeah. tie it like that. yeah. there you go. looks good, yeah. that's the way to do it. this is it. now you guys look great. check you guys out -- this is good. yeah. looking good. that's what i'm talking about. yeah.
this is great. hey, guys. if you -- you guys may have noticed. it seems like the fog is rolling in here. [ light laughter ] i -- i don't want to crash this party before it even gets started so we've got to get them to turn on the light in the lighthouse, okay? here's what we're going to do. you guys got to be the human fog horn, okay? like this. everyone is going to go -- [ laughter ] -- so, so everyone on this side of the audience go -- >> jimmy: and everyone on this part go -- all right? then everyone at home -- everyone on this side of the television go -- and everyone on this side of the television go -- >> jimmy: all right, good. loggins and then mcdonald, can you help these guys out? >> yeah. >> jimmy: they are going to do -- they are going to go out there and direct you guys so that we can get this -- hopefully get the lighthouse guy, he's very shy. hopefully we can get him out here and turn the light on. ready? [ foghorn sounds ]
>> jimmy: keep it going, guys. i think we might be able to coax out the bashful, lighthouse keeper. there he is, everybody, he might be coming out. you see him? he's poking his head out. keep going. keep going, guys. he looks like he might do it. might turn on the light. no, no, he's not. he wants it louder. he's not satisfied with that. he's not satisfied with that. come on. keep going. [ foghorn sounds ] >> jimmy: come on, you guys, let's do it louder. come on, lighthouse. he's checking his e-mail -- this is awful. you guys. come on, let's do it. everybody, come on, we can do this. no, he's not satisfied. he's not satisfied. he wants -- he wants more. [ foghorn sounds ] >> jimmy: i think he's going to do it. yes, he did it right there! he turned the light on. you guys, we did it! [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you guys look great. hey, welcome back to the show, everybody. you know, today is friday. and that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff. i check my inbox. return some e-mails and, of course, send out thank you notes. well, i'm -- [ cheers and applause ] -- running a bit behind today so i thought that you guys wouldn't mind, i'd just like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that cool? [ cheers and applause ] take a minute, thank you. hey, roots, can i get some thank ♪ [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god -- ♪ "thank you, shorts weather, for reminding me that it's almost
time to go ape [ bleep ] on my milky white chicken legs with a tube of tinted bronzer." [ light laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: "thank you, new miss usa rima fakih, for showing the world that americans can accept a muslim with bazookas." [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] ♪ >> jimmy: "thank you, floyd landis, for admitting that you used performance- enhancing drugs during your cycling career. just one question -- who are you again?" [ laughter ] [ applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: "thank you -- the 'pee-wee herman show' for coming to broadway in october." [ laughs like pee-wee ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: "thank you, final boss in the video game i was trying to beat about until about 3:00 a.m. this morning -- everything that sucks about today's show is your fault." [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: "thank you, dog that needs two viagra pills a day in order to survive. i real want to believe that's true, but i find your doctor's handwriting really suspicious." [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: "thank you, brown cardboard ring around my coffee cup for doubling as a bracelet when i feel like imitating wonder woman." [ laughter ] [ applause ]
send that to the brown cardboard ring. [ light laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: "thank you, socks with sandals --" [ laughter ] [ applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: "thank you, socks with sandals for being a look that proudly declares to the world 'the people i'm friends with now are the only people i ever want to be friends with.'" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: "thank you, socks with sandals, for being a look that proudly declares to the world 'i have officially stopped trying.'" [ laughter ] [ applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: "thank you, socks with sandals, for being a look that proudly declares to the world 'i left my fanny pack at home.'" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] our last thank you note. [ audience aws ] believe it, man? you know, every time we come to the last one, i just get a little choked up -- [ light laughter ] -- and i just wanted to tell you guys something. i'm your father. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: "thank you, captain zog, for showing us some sweet dance moves from the high seas." [ cheers and applause ] come on out, zog, show us how it's done, buddy. >> ahoy, jimmy. ♪
[ light laughter ] >> jimmy: what have you got? what have you got for us? >> you guys want to learn to dance at a yacht club party? >> jimmy: yeah! >> all right. first, let's start with a classic, right? >> we hoist and hoist and hoist, and hoist, right, now we go all hands on deck. what deck, the poop deck. the poop deck, the poop deck. that's right, that's right. now twirl, and twirl, and twirl. and -- now rock out! >> jimmy: yeah. that's what i'm talking about. >> that's how you rock, yacht rock! >> jimmy: that's it right there -- captain zog, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] there you have it, everybody. those are my thank you notes. we'll be right back with donald trump. >> hoist, and hoist, and hoist, and hoist, and twirl, and twirl,
>> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our first guest is one of the most successful businessmen in the world. his hit television show "the celebrity apprentice" has its live season finale this sunday night, at 9:00 p.m., right here on nbc. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome donald trump. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you say i work for you you call me a liar you say i'm fired ♪ >> jimmy: there he is. >> wow. my man, looking good. nice suit. >> jimmy: oh, they love you here. thanks so much for coming back to our show. >> such a young audience. look at this. >> jimmy: they are great, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] they love you. they love you. out of all the people here in the building, you're probably the best candidate for someone who has a yacht. do you? [ light laughter ] >> well, i guess that's true. i actually had a really big one,
and i didn't like it at all. you know, i'd rather play golf. in fact, he performed at trump national golf club in westchester. you were fantastic. >> jimmy: thank you for saying that. >> i had to get that out. >> jimmy: thank you for saying that. >> i did have a yacht, and the best day of my life was when i sold it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it was just horrible? >> well, i had a choice, using the yacht, and you wouldn't believe this yacht. 288 feet long, 75 and help. do you think that's sick? >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i hate -- and i didn't want to use it because i play golf, and then would i say let's play an extra nine holes. if you're a golfer, you can't be into the yachting world. and i sold it, and i was very happy about it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so i'm not a big yacht fan. >> jimmy: you're not a big no. i was going to ask you, congratulations, your 5th anniversary with your wife. >> that's true. >> jimmy: congratulations, that's great. very beautiful wife. >> she's great. >> jimmy: what is -- i always wanted to know like what does a billionaire get for his wife? like, you can't just get her diamonds, right? you have to put some extra thought. >> well, sometimes we're so busy we don't have time to get anything. and if they are really great,
they understand that. >> jimmy: come on. come on. [ audience ohs ] >> no, no. very busy guy -- >> jimmy: but you got to put extra thought or something into it. >> well, i do, but she's really very understanding. >> jimmy: she's cool about that? >> she's cool. >> jimmy: yeah, my wife doesn't like jewelry. she doesn't like chocolate. >> chocolates are okay, but jewelry can cost. >> jimmy: yeah, well, now even chocolate can cost. i mean, everything is expensive now, i guess, if you buy that super expensive stuff downstairs. [ speaking french ] it's like a french chocolate name, yeah. got a lot of controversy, as they say in england, about miss usa last week. [ light laughter ] >> right, very tough. >> jimmy: you had two, one is the photos that you -- you had the girls -- >> the photos before and the photo after. right? >> jimmy: the photos before which i guess were a little racy. this is miss usa right here. ooh-la-la, sasson, a little racy there. [ audience ohs ] and then after this, after she won, photos came out of her on a stripper pole. >> that's right.
[ laughter ] i mean, that was real early in the morning. i had to really look at that. it was early in the morning and it was done for a radio station and she actually was wearing shorts. >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> although they were pulled up pretty tight, if you notice. >> jimmy: really. [ laughter ] crazy. >> they noticed. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. we've got to talk about "celebrity apprentice." >> right. >> jimmy: i love it. what a great season it has been. >> it's been amazing. >> jimmy: i've been rooting -- it's great. [ applause ] and i -- you always get interesting people on there. bret michaels, who i always thought was this kind of rock star, dude that sleeps with everybody, i just thought, like, "rock of love," bret michaels. but on your show, he's so lovable. >> he has really turned out to be a great character. he's going through a very hard time. he went back into the hospital, as you know. they found a hole in his heart, a little tiny hole in his heart. >> jimmy: what is going on? >> and he's really, you know, he's really been fighting. he's a great fighter. i have to tell you. you know, even during the show, i realize what had a tough guy he was. when i first met him, i didn't know him. i said, you know, i wonder how long he's going to last? he really did a great job, and he and holly robinson peete are the finals.
now we're just wondering whether or not bret will be able to make it from -- because he's in los angeles, or, he's in california. >> jimmy: this sunday is the finale. >> sunday at 9:00 on nbc, and it's the finale, and it's a big finale. i'm probably the only -- this can only happen to me. i have a finale, and i don't know if he's going to be showing up. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: have one of the contestants might not be showing up. >> you know what i'll do, i'll talk for two hours to the audience about real estate investment. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that would be -- people will love that. >> hey, that might be better. >> jimmy: that would be great. well, i think, to be honest, i mean, he's a nice guy. here he is here. >> great guy. >> jimmy: and here's holly robinson peete right there. those are the two guys, and i think even though he is a nice guy, i think he's going to lose. >> audience: no! >> what i would like to hear, would you rather have bret? [ cheers and applause ] >> or holly? [ cheers and applause ] holly's great. i'll tell you, holly's done a great job. >> jimmy: i think holly's going to win. i'll tell you why. because it all comes down to -- they created a flavor for
snapple ice tea, and his flavor is awful. [ laughter ] it's like -- it's like pear, guava, and cinnamon. >> but he's done a good job and he's been a project manager and a winning project manager numerous times, although she's raised more money than anybody in the history of "the apprentice." we've had now nine seasons, and for -- [ applause ] >> jimmy: and for -- for charity, right? autism speaks. >> and he's raised a lot of money for diabetes so it's really been a great show. it's been fantastic. in fact, so good that nbc just renewed "celebrity apprentice" and regular "apprentice" for the next year. in the fall, we're going to have regular "apprentice." >> jimmy: regular "apprentice," i want to see regular "apprentice" again, too. >> just ask them. >> jimmy: how about this character. you had him on this season. >> i did. >> jimmy: rod blagojevich. [ audience boos ] >> nice hair. >> jimmy: i mean, he -- he ran -- he ran a state and yet this dude beat him. [ laughter ] and, i mean, that's insane. you would never think that would happen, and it's just amazing. >> well, rod did a very good job, though. he's really in there. he's a likeable guy, and the cast really liked him a lot. and i thought he did very well, actually. >> jimmy: yeah, he's an
interesting guy. >> he's an interesting guy. >> jimmy: i mean, look -- >> and he's a fighter. you know, really fighting for his life, when you think of it -- he's fighting for his life. >> jimmy: look at his hair, he's got that hair. you guys both have very good hair. >> there were a lot of comparisons. we had a lot of comparisons. he's got, actually, very good hair. >> jimmy: he does have good hair -- you have really -- >> mine's not bad, you know -- i have friends that have nothing. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and it is mine. >> jimmy: could i -- could i touch your hair. >> whatever you want to do. never been my thing, but whatever he wants to do. [ cheers and applause ] [ dogs barking ] >> jimmy: more with donald trump when we get back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ thanks to the new venture card from capital one,
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. welcome back to yacht rock 2k10. you're a good sport. thank you for doing this. >> i have to be a good sport. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm here with donald trump. now, mr. trump -- we talked about you had a yacht. so you probably know your way around a boat, but tonight, i wanted to challenge you to a little yacht race. are you up for it? >> i'm ready. >> jimmy: all right, here we go. so here's the deal. we've got these remote-controlled yachts. [ light laughter ] and you and i are going to sail these babies through some very challenging waters. >> okay. >> jimmy: we're going to start here and go along the coast of jamaica.
we'll travel east towards the virgin islands. watch out for the flamingos and then come all the way back around cuba and back across the finish line. think you can handle it? >> i think so. >> jimmy: all right, let's do this, buddy. are you ready. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: hey, lighthouse keeper, can you start the race for us? [ light laughter ] on your mark -- [ pop ] here we go, go, go. ♪ >> whoa! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm stuck. i'm in the bp oil spill. >> good. [ laughter ] ♪ [ cheers ] [ scattered applause ] >> jimmy: you're in the track. what are you doing? [ laughter ] you're going with your boat. >> oh. >> jimmy: this is remote controlled. >> i never thought of that. >> jimmy: he's going to beat me though. this is ridiculous. what am i doing? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: lighthouse guy is checking his e-mail still. hey, you know, pay attention. the show is on. he's checking his e-mail. yeah, the show's on. [ laughter ] you know and love our next guest as hurley from the super cool show "lost," which has its two and a half hour series finale sunday night, very sad but very exciting. please welcome back to the show, jorge garcia, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. thank you, my friend. what's up, hurley? >> yacht rock, yes. >> jimmy: yes. you almost forgot to celebrate. you want some champagne? >> why not. [ cheers and applause ] it's the last talk show before the finale. what happened?
>> jimmy: looks like it was already open or something. i thought it was going to pop and be fun, but no, someone ruined it for me. here we go. a little champagne for you there. i'm awful at a party. [ laughter ] dude, thanks for coming, man. this is great. you were here back when we first started about a year ago. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i appreciate you coming back. >> hey, it's my pleasure. >> jimmy: cheers. here's to "lost." >> salut. >> jimmy: yeah. are you sad about the ending? >> wow. hold on. so "celebrity apprentice" has a big finale on sunday? >> jimmy: yeah. there's a giant, big -- there's a big finale on sunday, yeah. they have giant finale on sunday, yeah, yeah. what are you doing sunday? [ laughter ] >> ah, i don't know, i have to watch a little tv. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly, yeah. are you bitter, are you sad about it? >> um, i don't think it's fully hit me yet. >> jimmy: yeah. >> like, i mean, there's like maybe just like a hint of sadness underneath, but right now i'm just anxious.
i just want everyone to see it, you know, just so they can be like okay, now you've seen it, i don't have to keep these secrets anymore and i can kind of relax again. >> jimmy: exactly, yeah. now, when did you shoot the last, like a while ago? >> the last day was like april 24th. >> jimmy: okay. so it was pretty recent. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so it means -- so you know exactly what happens? >> i know everything but a little piece. >> jimmy: oh. they kept that secret. >> there's this one little scene that i'm not in and only the two actors that shot that scene know what happens in that, and i think that's the -- it's the dog. >> jimmy: it's not the dog, no. now, there's a lot of articles coming out this past week all about, you know, "lost" and all that stuff like that and it's been great. and one thing i read is that hurley was supposed to die in the pilot. >> well, when i read -- the
first description i ever saw of hurley, i was like listed as like a 50-year-old redneck, and it said that he was a red shirt. >> jimmy: what is that? >> well, in like, the world of "star trek," the red shirt was the guy who always died in an episode. >> jimmy: oh, really. so it was like a crew member -- >> at the time, i had no idea. i just thought "oh, so i guess he wears a red shirt," but -- but apparently that meant he wasn't supposed to make it past the finale i think. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but you -- you were just so lovable and charming that everyone wanted to keep you. >> i guess they changed their minds. >> jimmy: that's good. thank god they did. [ cheers and applause ] now, are you -- excuse me. what are you doing for this sunday? what are you doing for the big finale event? are you doing anything? going to any parties? >> yeah, i'm kind of hosting a small one in hawaii, just, you know, close friends. >> jimmy: awesome. >> it kind of started there, so i figured should end there. >> jimmy: yeah, that's right. you shoot the show in hawaii. do you live in hawaii? >> i do for another week and change. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> yeah, i'm moving back to l.a. >> jimmy: might as well trash the place, yeah.
[ laughter ] big party. let someone else clean it up, yeah. that will be fun. and have you gone to any -- i heard you went to some event the other night in new york. >> yeah, at the knitting factory. >> jimmy: oh, a great place. >> there's a band, there they call themselves "previously on lost," and they write songs based on the show. >> jimmy: is that right? >> and they all get together when -- on tuesday, they did a set and when the show starts, everyone just brings chairs in and you're not allowed to talk and they are always shushing each other and they just watch the shows very seriously. so then we snuck in through it because everyone is watching the screen. they don't even see us, and we go and hang out in the back with a band and they came and did a second set. and then slowly you see people start realizing who is over there standing in the corner. >> jimmy: no way. >> it was damon and carlton and daniel dae kim and me hanging out over there. >> jimmy: no way, that's so cool. >> it was fun, yeah. >> jimmy: did people go crazy? >> it was -- it was -- they were shocked to see me. it wasn't like being a beatle, but it was still pretty -- pretty cool.
>> jimmy: pretty cool. that's great. i saw you at comic-con quickly. >> yes. >> jimmy: you were at comic-con, and here's what i thought was cool about it. there were 20, maybe, um, 20, i'm being nice -- there's probably 200 other dudes dressed like you, that looked like you in jumpsuits. >> right. >> jimmy: and how nice you were to everybody, by the way. i've just got to compliment you. you were so nice to everybody, answering everyone's questions and being a good sport about it and everything. you're a cool dude. do you like that when people dress up like you? >> i mean, how can you not be flattered when someone does that. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you can see that some people put a lot of, you know, dedication and they spent a lot of time to put like some of these outfits together and i'm like wow. >> jimmy: you're like -- you're a fan of the show. like i know a lot of the other cast, like, don't even really watch the show. we had matthew fox, he's like "i don't watch the show." >> really? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. he's like "i don't like the tv." but i know you're a fan of "lost." >> yeah. >> jimmy: the show that you did. >> yeah, i have been. yeah, i've enjoyed doing it, for sure. >> jimmy: do you have any favorite scenes or any --
>> it's really hard to top the pilot. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and because the pilot, i was doing things that i never really thought that i'd be doing, like the exploding plane wing. >> jimmy: yeah. >> coming down and that -- we were like sitting there going, okay, are we supposed to dive out? like do people really do that, or is that just like a movie thing, the whole explosion? >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then j.j. abrams gets on the megaphone, and he's like "hey, when you hear it behind you, go ahead, dive out in the sand." and foxy and i are like giving each other high fives, like, we get to do this action movie star kind of thing right there in the pilot. >> jimmy: that's great. you and foxy. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you call him foxy? >> yeah. that's what we call him. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's pretty good. that's pretty good. he must love that. >> i don't know, maybe he started it. yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: any classic lines, any lines that you love? you've said so many great lines.
>> it was always great throwing out the "star wars" references. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> like "the ewoks suck, dude." or, when i was like "that was like a jedi moment." >> jimmy: yeah. >> those were always pretty classic. >> jimmy: those are great. people quote those ones. >> that was classic. >> jimmy: well, the show is coming to end. there's a lot of questions that are going to be unanswered, and i -- i want answers now. >> what? >> jimmy: so i'm going to get them. it's going to get intense. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> you're just going to spring this on me now. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. here we go. ♪ i'm going to ask some questions and just answer them as quick as you can. >> you bastard. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's right, i am a bastard. here we go. which do you prefer, hurley or hugo?
>> mr. reyes. >> jimmy: will we see a dharma shark in the finale? >> no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: are more people going to die? >> hell yeah, they're going to die. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: will we see libby again in the finale? >> you will see libby again in the finale. >> jimmy: do you get off the island? >> which island? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh. which tastes better, dharma peanut butter or dharma ranch dressing? [ laughter ] >> dharma lars cookies. >> jimmy: what's the secret recipe for mr. cluck's chicken? >> dharma ranch dressing. >> jimmy: hurley's dad is played by cheech marin. was he also writing the show? >> what? [ impersonating cheech ] hey, man. this is a cave with all sorts of life. [ impersonating chong ] the island is moving, man, weird. >> jimmy: frank lapidus, dead or alive?
>> dead and alive. >> jimmy: charles whitmore. >> how do i answer it without answering it. >> jimmy: charles whitmore, dead or alive? >> um, he was shot in the chest. >> jimmy: okay. >> pretty dead. >> jimmy: okay, richard "guyliner" alpert, dead or alive? >> how dare you. >> jimmy: okay, i'm sorry. does he wear guyliner or is that just his eyes? >> no, that's his eyes. they actually -- >> jimmy: that's amazing. >> they tone his eyes down. >> jimmy: what are you talking about? >> they do. >> jimmy: really? >> they do. >> jimmy: alright, and the last question. >> he's actually a raccoon. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: last question. what is going to be the fans' reaction to the finale? is it, "dude!" "or dude." >> it's a mix of "dude!" and "dude?" >> jimmy: awesome. the series finale of "lost" airs sunday night at 9:00 p.m. on abc. [ cheers and applause ]
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our next guest has a new album out called "time and tide," but he's scored several smash hits from the '80s, none bigger than this one he's about to play for us right now. here to perform "steal away" with a little help from the roots, please welcome robbie dupree! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
♪ c'mon and hold me just like you told me then show me what i want to know ♪ ♪ why don't we steal away why don't we steal away into the night ♪ ♪ i know it ain't right, baby don't tease me why don't you please me ♪ ♪ then show me what you came here for ♪ ♪ why don't we steal away why don't we steal away into the night ♪
why don't we steal away ♪ ♪ why don't we steal away ooh baby why don't we steal away ♪ steal away ♪ why don't we steal away [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on! that's the way you do it, buddy. robbie dupree, right there, and the roots. go to latenightwithjimmyfallon.com for exclusive song from robbie's new album, "time and tide." my thanks to j.d. ryznar, hunter stair, donald trump, jorge garcia, robbie dupree, and the greatest band in late night, the roots. thank you all, so much. stay tuned for carson daly. see you next week. bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪