tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC October 31, 2018 11:34pm-12:38am EDT
desus and mero, musical guest, sheck wes, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: mmmmm drop? >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness! hi, everybody, welcome. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome to "t tonight show." this is it, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] you're here. you made it. thank yovery much. you guys, it's halloween. happy halloween, everybody!rs [ chnd applause ]
it's really exciting for kids. it's a chance to get lots of candy and for parents it's a a chance to look inside your neighbors'ouse and judge them. [ laughter and applause ] a lot of carpet. it's almost midnight on hallown which means right now every cvs employee is frantically stocking the shelves with christmas decorations. go, go, go, go! [ laughter and applause ] i need tinsel. i saw that a republican congressman in south carolina gave trick-or-treaters pocket size constitutions. [ light laughter ] yeah. it was the first time that kids were like, "got any raisin" [ laughter i mean this -- is awful. and here in new york, reese's unveiled a candy converter vending machine where you put in your unwanted candy and you get ck peanut butter cups. [ light laughter ] it's real.e they h -- there it is right there, yeah. it worked for an hour until new yorkers started stuffing with it coffee cups and newspapers. [ laughter a applause ] listen to this. the d.e.a. says that if you see candies labeleefmunchy way,
at or rasta reese's, they may contain weed. [ laughter ] when adults heard that, they were like, "may contain them? what the hell did i pay for? yeah they better contam. [ laughter ] rasta reese's? come on, man." [ applause ] i read that amazon's alexa can now answer questions about the mid-terms. yep. which explains why today trump was in the oval office asking, uslexa, what are the mid-terms? [ laughter and app] what are they?" some more tech news. apple just unveiled over 70 new emojis and some people think one of them looks drunk. take a look at this. [ laughter ] in response, the emoji was like, "no, you look drunk. [ laughter ] am i a pretty girl?" ] [ laughtwa todathe red sox world series victory parade and i saw that a fan actually threw can of beer that damag the world series trophy. [ light laughter ] o [ audiens ] the fan wasn't arrested. he was named mayor of boston.
[ laughter and applause ] fantastic. check this out. nasa says that they are retiring one of their space crafts and now it will just drift around the sun forever. in response, people who just ate a bunch of rasta reese's l wee, "hey, man, aren't we all just drifting around the sun forever, right?" [ laughter and applause ] and finally guys, as i mentioned, the mid-terms are comingp and trump's been traveling to as many states as possible to campaign. he even corded a personal message for every state in the country.we e got our hands on some of the outtakes. here, take a look at this. >> my fellow americans, the mid-terms are a week away, so i want to tell each and every state how much they mean to me. >> okay, mr. president. up first is alabama. >> that sounds too much like obama. next. [ laughter ] >> how about -- >> next! [ beep ] >> okay, how about hawaii? >> hawaii is a beautiful, beautiful country. [ laughter ] >> massachusetts. >> god bless you. [ laughter ] >> oh that wasn't a sneeze, that's the next state. >> what's the next state? >> massachusetts.
>> gesundheit. [ beep ] [ laughter ] >> oregon. >> you might not know this but i'm an oregon donor. [ laughter ] >> what? >> i am an oregon donor. you can check the back of my driver's license. >> sir, i don't -- >> i'm a hero, so -- [ laughter ] [ beep ] >> new mexico. >> there's a new mexico? isn't the old one bad enough? >> no, sir i don't think -- >> make new mexico old again. put that on a hat. [ beep ] >> oklahoma. >> i miss oklahoma. i wish i didn't have to fire her. >> sir, that was omarosa. [ beep ] >> north dakota. >> i love north dakota. they have mount rushmore. >> oh no, sir, that's south dakota. >> i think that they should put arms on mount rushmore. that would be a true wonder. >> i'm sorry, what? >> arms. [ beep ] [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]my >> jimmy: ohoodness! oh, my goodness! that is mix master mike sitting in with the roots tonight! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ oh, my goodness! mixed master mike. i love you, buddy. g d to see you, man. >> good to see you. : every time i see you, i always bring it up, i probably have seen you probably 10 to 15 times. yoused to crush, you playe with the beasties, but also, ed to open up for the beasties, you would close with this "tom sawyer" mix. do you know what i'm talking about? k. wow, that was a while b
>> jimmy: it was like -- >> that's digging in the crate. you're digging in the crate. >>immy: tom was like -- [ beatxing ] [ laughter ] t t was pretty good. that was pretty good. >> jimmy: dude, i can come open for you. >> you can open for me? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love you, man. mix master mike, right there ladies and gentlemen! >> [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have a fantastic show tonight. they are one of the greatest bands of all time. they've sold over 50 million albums worldwide. "license to ill," "paul's boutique," "check your head," ll communication." they have a new book out called "beastie boys book." [ cheers and applause ] from t beastie boys, mike d and adrock! oh, i love them! plus, they're performing live
at the hultheater at madison square garden on november 11th. bysus and mero are stoppin >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jim: bodega boys and the beastie boys. and we got great music from sheck wes, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] and tomorrow night, make sure you tune in tomorrow night. our pal justin timberlake will w be on the omorrow night. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: j.t. >> jimmy: justin has bruis his vocal chord so he is recovering but he can't sing or talk. [ light laughter ] >> steve: he's still a great guest. [ laughter >> jimmy: i -- that's what i said. justin, i got "justin, it's fine." he goes, "no, i want t come i go, "i know you want to come on." he's got this book, he's got the tour, "man of the woods" tour. he's got the game show, spin the wheel or something. i go, "yeah, i'll talk about that. you don't have to be here. that's fine." he goes, he types, i've got to
do it. [ light laughter ] so now we have to rewrite the whole show. i don't know what we're going to do, but we have to get creative with a very silent just timberlake will be here tomorrow on the show. first time. [ cheers and applause ] tariq, did you have a good halloween? did you -- did you wear your costume? did you dress up? >> tariq: yeah, i figured it out. i figureit out. >> jimmy: 'cause what happened? you ordered it in the mail. you were gonna be -- >> tariq: yeah, i was going to be black panther. >> jimmy: that's cl. and then what happened? >> tariq: the costume came, but it was just sort of tights. so without any muscles. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so you ordered a pair of black tights? >> tariq: yeah, black tights. but the ma is crazy. it lights up like the helmet. it's crazy. so, i was thinking, i was gonnaw jur the helmet, but then you said i should just go as out of shape like black panther. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think that's a a great costume. considering it.n, i'm i'm either going to do that,
i'll be out of shape black panther, or i'm gonna take my "incredibles" costume from a a couple years ago and put black panther on over top! >> jimmy: see, that's the genius right there, yeah. >> tariq: right? >> jimmy: what are the kids doing? anything cool? >> tariq: everybody's doing black panther.: >> jimally? [ laughter ] my kids are into "hotel transylvania." the adam sandler -- the cartoon? so they love -- they're like, "i want to be a vampir b i want a mummy." and they're five and almost four. and so they -- so i said, "okay." so we practiced trick or treating at my apartment. let's practice here before you go out and bother people. [ >> steve: just so they know the protocol. >> jimmy: yes. bother me first. but when you tring door bell, you gotta be scary. you gotta be like, "trick or treat," because you're a a vampire and a mummy. you're scaring people. you know? so i video taped it and just check out winnie and francis. ♪ [ doorbell ] >> who is it? hold on! ♪ >> trick or treat!
>> trick or treat! [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: say "happy halloween!" >> both: happy halloween! [ cheers and alause ] >> jimmy: frightening. >> steve: scary! >> jimmy: frightening! >> steve: scary. >> steve: oh my gosh. my heart skipped a beat. >> jmy: guys, it is time for "tonight show hashtags." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hashtags hashtags ♪ >> jimmy: hey, we do this thing aery week where i send ou a hashtag and we ask to you guys to respond to that topic. so because today is halloween, i sent out a hashtag c #weirdesthalloweenever. i keep talking like a beastie boy. i can't help it. i'm like -- ♪ so we asked to you guys to send a funny or weird ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ it's weirdest halloween yeah. we asked you guys to respond to that topic. so we asked to you guys send us funny or weird things that have happened to you on halloween. [ light laughter ] within 30 minutes, it was aen a ng topic in the u.s. so thank you for playing along
with it. [ cheers and applause ] now i thought i'd share some of my favorite #weirdesthalloweenever stories from you guys. this first one is from @realamyjo. she says, "we rang the bell at e guy was drunk. he had no idea it was halloween. so he just gave us each a a dollar and then turned off las porch light." [ laughter and ae ] "am i a pretty emoji?" [ light laughter ] this one's from @cam31. he says, "once at the mall, i saw five people walk into a a public restroom dressed as nt clark five minutes later, all five of them came out dressed as superman." [ laughter ] >> steve: yeah. [ applause ] planned it!, they really "look, it's five birds!" they could be five drones." [ light laughter ] just update.pd juste it. >> steve: i'ma call an uber. you're making it modern. >> jimmy: yeah, making superman modern. >> jimmy: this one's from @nataliewild7. she says, "my friend and i were walking through a haunted house when a clown jumped out. my friend freaked out and ,"reamed, "not today, beot
and then ran away. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: why go? >> jimmy: stay in your lane, clown. [ laughter ] this one is from @gumgummerson. >> steve: oh! ol' gum gummerson! >> jimmy: ol' gum gummmerson >> steve: been here many years. >> jimmy: man get outta here -- >> steve: dag nabbit! what's gum say? >> jimmy: gum says, "a trick or treater once showed at my door in a poncho that had the name john written on it. when we asked what he was, he applied, i'm john.la hter and applause ] >> steve: gum gave him some gum. >> jimmy: this is from @misslorit.oh @mrs.lorit. >> steve: oh, misses. >> jimmy: oh, maybe she's married to a a mr. t. she says - >> steve: i pity the fool. >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: i pity the fool. [ laughter ] who was married to mr t. >> jimmy: the idea was that superman used to say it to birds -- >> steve: playing as superman.
he didn't say it. the people would s that. >> jimmy: the humans walking around metropolis -- >> steve: right, wouldh,o, "oh, my gt's a bird, it's a a plane, it's superman. >> jimmy: no, it's a plane, no it's superman. >> steve: w you're saying, "is that a drone?" >> jimmy: that's correct. or is that a, some type of -- >> steve: person. >> jimmy: a flying -- a remote control flying thing? is that some sort of a flying device? maybe balln boy? and some people would say, "is that a drone or a balloon boy?"a hter ] >> steve: no. by golly, it's just superman. >> jimmy: in fact, it'just superman. yet again i was tricked. [ light laughter ]>> teve: you fooled me once again. >> jimmy: you fooled me once again. >> steve: damn you kryptonian. to kryptoday and krte. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: this one's from @punkreckless. she says, "i wasressed as a
a fortune teller at a party. a guy asd me to read his palm so i told him he could get drunk and have a good time. he came back an hour latto, me i was the real deal. then he fell over a table." [ laughter and applause ] this last one is from @mattlong1. he says, "i once got so drunk at a halloween party that when i got home, egged my own house." there you have it, everybody. those are "tonight show hashtags." o to che more of our favorites, go to tonightshow.com/hashtags. stick around. r we'll ht back with mike d and adrock of the beastie boys! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ when we were dating, we used to getxcited about things like concert tickets or a new snowboard. matt: whoo! whoo! jen: but that all changed when we bought a house. matt: voilà! jen: matt started turning into his dad. at matt: mm. some good mulch. ♪ i'm awake. but it was pretty nifty when jen showed me how easy it was
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♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: look at how much fun he's having already. oh, my gosh. he's having the most fun. look at this. i've never seen him like this. he's havinso much fun. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers animapplause ] >>: look at how much fun he's having already. oh, my gosh.mo he's having th fun. look at this. i've never seen him like this. he's hav>>g so much fun. hy did you say mike's name first? >> it's alphabetical, like, you know, as authors. >> jimmy: yeah. >> no, but he said -- >> jimmy: author michael diamond. >> -- mike d and ad-rock. jimmy: mickey. i didn't say "mickey." >> you said "mickey." that's what i meant. >> jimmy: mickey and ad-rock. >> why is he calling him "mickey?" his name is mike. >> jimmy: 'cause -- guys, hi! >> hey. [ cheers and applause ] h >> jimmy: e a lot to talk about. i want to say, before i start --
>> but -- >> jimmy: -- this off that i know, i'm sad that yauch is not mth us anymore. and i loved him h. i know you loved him so much. and i wish i had a chance to tell him how much i loved him when he was around. i just want to tell you guys, i love you. and i love you. >> thank you very much, jimmy. love you too. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: did you have any idea? i lo this book. i'm checking out. i didn't want to it end. it was so good. did you have any idea that you guys were gonna have this much chemistry? did you know that you were gonna be -- know each other for 40 years, almost? >> when you're -- [ laughter ] think when you're a teenager, you're very -- like weeks ahead of you is -- >> you're not thinking tomorrow. ou can't even see that. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: could you have done it with anyone else, think? >> oh, definitely. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, you got to think about that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that was a -llit wasn't r-- i didn't want really answer that fast. yeah.ni you dely could have done it with someone else. yeah. >> yeah. might have even been more successful -- >> jimmy: but i mean -- >> actually. >> jimmy: i think, after reading the book, one of the things that we all like as fans is that, i think it's his sense of humor that ki of motivated this group. a and you guays make each other laugh. can you tell everyone the ring story? the story about the ring?
>> okay. so, well it's in this book, there's a story called "the ring." >> jimmy: i know. >> available in the marketplace. >> jim: yeah, yeah. but tell the story. >> all right. so, i got to do it real quick. because we got -- >> jimmy: no, but we got time. >> limite. >> jimmy: yeah. we got a cocktail party after this. >> we still got an after after -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's packed. it's packed. >> no, so -- >> jimmy: there's people are y.ere alre >> so in 1992 we played a a regular show. we were in san francisco. it was just a regular show. and we are in -- in thaf dressing roorwards, backstage. we're hanging out. and then this guy kind of cornered me. but looked odd.- he just i don't know. it's -- he had like big huge teeth that looked like -- and he had really long arms. and don't know. he just -- >> jimmy: his arms were longer than -- it went past his kneecap. his -- yeah. >> jimmy: that's impossible. >> it's no big deal. but it's just kind of startling. >> jimmy: tlay, okay. stg when you first meet him. >> and he cornered me. and he was like, "i really want you to have my ring." d i was like, "no, i don really wear jewelry. but thanks anyway." tot he was like, "no, no, no. i really want yoave it." and so he'd like -- so i was like, "okay, man. whatever."an then i went home, you know, whenever that was. and i put the ring on my shelf.
and i was like, "forget it." and then we were on a train to a show in d.c. and then i looked in my bag. and there was the ring again. and i didn't understand. because i thought i put it -- at any rate. >> jimmy: it's back. >> cut to -- that was in '92 and then cut to 2007. i'm on tour.e we tour. and i go to my backpack. and the ring's in there. [ light laughter ] and so -- okay, so i was freaking out. then i told everyb i was like, "i got the ring." everybody's like -- >> really freaking out. >> we were all like, "what's wrong with that?" >> i was like -- well, i was going curse but not on television. i was like -- >> jimmy: thank you. >> i was like, what the [ bleep ] is up with this? [ laughter ] >> going to cursy. >> right, so >> jimmy: going to edit there. >> and -- and -- and so anyway, i was freaking out. l and the a -- about a week later, yauch pulled me aside on tour and was like, you know, "hey, man. i put that ring in your bag." [ laughter ] but it was 15 years later. [ laughter ]: >> jimo does that? [ applause ] >> who does that?wh >> jimmydoes that?
>> yeah. >> jimmy: you formed the group beastie boys, right?ys >> well, yeah,f and yauch and john berry and kate shellenbach. >> jimmy: and kate. yeah. >> that was the original. >> jimmy: now what did -- and beastie -- it was called beastie boys. because it stood -- yeah, what did it stand for? beastie? >> i've only recently learned ay tohis properly. >> jimmy: yeah. >> because we had to do these shows. - 's an acronym. >> jimmy: that'sw. >> yeah, you can say "anacronym." >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then i was corrected, like a word.ot actually a >> jimmy: anacronym could be a a new -- but it is an acronym. >> it's i yeah. a acronym. [ laughter ] >> an acronym. >> jimmy: an acronym. >> yes, that too. [ laughter ] e boering anarchistic states towards inner excellence. and yes, it was a stupid name. [ laughter ] no, it's funny. here we are. we're supposed to be grown ass men. and it's still the name of the band. >> jimmy: yeah, beastie -- yeah. so beastie boys. and then so you're in the punk
scene. then you started liking hip hop. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and what song triggered you, like, "oh, i want to be like that? >> there was a song called uffalo gals" that malcolm mclaren did. and it was a big song. and since weere like city kids, that, like, you know, we kind of -- you know we just sde fun of everything. that's just likepid thing. like, because kids in new york or big cities, you can't really e ke anything. you got to sort ofol about everything. you can't really get fully into something. >> jimmy: sou can't like thing if you're a new york city kid? >> you're not allowed to like something. yeah. >> and you c't say "oh, i love that." you got to be like, "oh, yeah." >> you'll be like, "ice cream's cool. whatever." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: whatever. >> cake tastes good. i don't know. >> jimmy: yeah, i guess cake tastes good. >> it's cool. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but then -- >> and so -- so adam yauch's parents had a friend that had at a recordinio. and he let us record one night. and so we made all this crazy stuff. and we had a song sslled "cooky and then we put it out. >> jimmy: but "cooky puss" is based on -- if you're from new an east hink it coast thing, right? >> yeah, i always wondered that. but i feel like it's defimytely -- >> jcarvel? >> --northeast. >> it's carvel. and i got a story about it, too. exclusive. not in here. >> jimmy: what?
>> it's not that excitin as i'm saying -- >> jimmy: wait, what are you talking about? this is i got to call tmz and "the daily mail. >> so we used to go to this club called -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hello? sorry. hello? oh, why would you call m i told you i was going to call you. >> do you need a phone? [ laughter ] >> so we used to -- >> are you sure? you can sell this on groupon, you know? this story. >> sell e story on groupon? >> jimmy: exclusive story. oh, we can be on the bonus audiobook. >> oh, okay. forget it then. >> jimmy: no, no, we want to hear it. [ laughter ] >> oh, no, no. we used to go this club called dancing theory all the time. and it was when "cooky puss" came out. t and there was this kid ts kind of hanging around. and he came up to us one night. and he was like, "hey, man. you know i'm going to talk to my uncle. and everything is going to be ol about 'cooky puss.'" and i was like, "okay, cool. what are you talking about?" and he was like, "well, my uncle is tom carvel." and we were like, "wait, what?" and he's like, "yeah.m ing to talk to him and make sure you know, there's no like legal problems with, you know, your guy's song about, you know, his cake."ht [ la ] and we were like, "oh, wouldn't that be cool? great." and then we kept singing it. he was like, "yeah, i talked to my uncle. -erything is fine." we're like, i didni don't -- one, i don't think it's true at all. >> jimmy: yeah.
>> and i don't think -- i thinkl you can just-- you can sing a song about a cake, lght? i don't know if ital -- >> jimmy: i don't know. but he didn't sue you though. >> can you make a quick call on that and find out? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry about that. >> yep. jimmy: i'm sorry. i just got -- i got like no bars right now. this is so embarrassing. i'll do it later. >> we're doing bits. >> jimmy: i got to tell you. speaking of doing bits, that story is in the book, by the way. >> no, it's not. >> jimmy: yeah, it is. >> is it? >> jimmy: yeah. >> is it? >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ]cl it's not an ive at all. you didn't give us an exclusive at all. [ applause ] you got to read your damn book!p [ cheers anduse ] >> wow. >> jimmy: that story is in the book. and how nice that a carvel was o ou. yeah, anyway. i'm like -- >> i can't be expected to remeer -- >> it's a lot of pages. >> jimmy: don't start reading now, what are you doing? on't -- i don't see it i here. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. [ laughter ] >> definitely don't -- jimmy: all right, so you do -- so -- so if you do "cooky puss," and word gets around that you guys are like a new cool thing, someone says you t got to -- you -- you got to meet this deejay that -- he's a really good deejay and he -- he has a bubble
machine.d at's pretty cool. >> allegedly. >> jimmy: allegedly. >> allegedly. >> jimmy: allegedly has a a bubble machine.so f you're a deejay and a a bubble machine, that's a a party. >> hey mix master mike, did you ever have a bubble machine? >> i don't rock bubble machines. >> jimmy: yeah, come on -- >> ever? suspect.hat' >> jimmy: hey, never say never dude. >> i don't like that style i don't go like that. >> i want this -- i'm telling you christmas time, look under the tree. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you meet this deejayy. you go, "o this dude --" and it turns out this deejay is d.j. double r.me his s rick rubin. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and he goes on to be the legendary rick rubin. you start working with rick. he's working with run-d.m.c. tu start meeting those guys. i mean run-d.m.c, time for you guys -- you know them already, rht? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and want to be them? >> yeah. >> kind of. yeah. i mean, no. run-dmc, look they made -- who didn't want -- >> run-dmc's "sucker m.c's" was out. that was probably the most influent -- like the most l influentcord probably to us in so many countless other aspiring -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> -- rappers. >> jimmy: so you meet with him -- long story long, yo
make "license to ill." it's the first number one hip hop album ever. [ cheers and applause history is made. "paul's boutique." >> not so much. >> jimmy: not so muc >> anymore. not as much. >> jimmy: not as much of a hit. >> not as mu. aul's boutique," "check your head," "ill communication." >> wait, can we do that again? i thought my -- >> jyeah. -- had some band hits after those titles. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. you're right. let's do it ain. ady, quest? so i go, "oh, my gosh." so number one hip-hop album in the country. thename "paul's boutique." ♪ then came "check your head." ♪wa yo to go "one, two" and then -- [ laughter ] you got -- obviously, you got "license to ill." ♪ then you come up with "paul's boutique." ♪ ♪ then you got "check your head." ♪ ♪ ♪ [ laughter ]ee [ and applause ] then you got "ill communication." ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ applause ]
then you got "hello nasty." ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ then you5 ot "to the boroughs." ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> then u got -- jimmy: yeah, we got the other one. yeah, "the mix-up." all right. anyway. w i jut to say, i don't even know if could realize that because you're you, how much of an inspiration you've been to millions and millions of pele. you really are an inspiration and influence artists out there. but definitely including me. i just wanted to show a -- a a video if i could. this is video of me lip syncing you guys when i s in high school. [ laughter ]he in my kiin socrates, new york. my hometown. check it out. ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ a [ cheers applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we're hanging out with mike d and ad-roc their new book, "beastie boys book" is available now. it is fantastic.: >> jimis book is everything. it's a graphic novel. it is -- there's a cookbook in here. you have -- there is. [ laughter ] >> there is a cookbook. >> jimmyikyou have -- jonze writes a great thing in here. amy poehler's super funny. d it also has an audiobook in case you're tired of me talking about it. you hear funnier people talking about it.on >> it's a veryaudiobook. >> jimmy: it's a very long audiobook. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, but rt's all of like -- jon stewart signed it. will ferrell did something on it. anyways, check it out.
it's fantastic. i wanted to say, a lot of the book is dedicated to -- obviously, you wouldn't be where you are without new york city. you always -- you , lk about thth you guys. you love the city. you talk about how people used to walk around with boom boxes and just play their music loud, which is -- people don't do that now. and then you hear a car go by. and you go, "oh, they're listening to that. allaughter ] human beings wouldaround with their sound systems. and they would play what they're into. >>imeah. >>: and you also talk about the art of making a a mixtape. >> yeah. >> jimmy: which is tricky for the young kids out there that don't even know what aet a ca -- what you had to do. >> absolutely. 'cause yes, the music would be on a thing.n it wouldn't beur phone. [ laughter ] it would be on this like other thing. >> jimmy: a different thing. nd then you would have to take that other thingut it in another thing. and then you'd have to put a a thing in that and then put itn our ears, on your ears. >> jimmy: but when you're making a mixtape, you actually had to play the whole song while you're -- plus, play record on the tape and you would have to -- you can't just -- can't click and drag. >> it was kind of like live streaming but that jdn't stop. you had to like -- you'd make it -- >> jimmy: yeah.
>> -- anyway, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, well, you had that. >> you can google that and look that up. >> and then you had to press th pause at jusright moment. and then if you mess that up, then you have to go rewind back and be like, "i got to get this right." >> jimmy: with the -- , or take the pencil out and just make sure that it's all good. [ laughter ] >> tidy it up. >> jimmy: since it's -- i want to say, happy birthday to you adam. >> thank you. >> jimmy: today is ad-rock's birthday you guys. [ cheers and applae ] happy birthday! look how happy he is! look h happy he is! look at the baby. look at the baby. look how happye is. my god. hey. >> little ad-rock. >> jimmy: hey am, i got you a gift from "the tonight show." >> i -- that's -- [ drum roll ] >> oh, wow! >> jimmy: this is a -- >> whoa! >> whoa! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: happy birthday, ad-rock -- ♪ " -- loe tonight show." [ applause ] >> are you kidding? >> jimmy: love "the tonight show." that's the date on it right there. it has cds. it's bluetooth.'s sb. it's got cassettes. and we also have a mixtape made for you personally by questlove himself. >> oh, come on
what? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: for your birthday, and -- [ cheers and applause ] ♪an yeahmike -- >> is this real? >> jimmy: mike, we also know -- i know that your birthday is november 20th. it's coming up. >> yeah. >> oddly enongh. >> it's cop. >> it's coming up. >> jimmy: it's coming up, so i got you a surprise. so, don'open it now. >> i'm not opening it. >> jimmy: but when you open when it it's your birthday. [ laughter ] u're going to like it. ♪ it's a surprise! it's a surprise. that's a surprise too. don't open it yet. you're going to be so psyched. >> yeah. >> jimmy: guys, thank you so much for -- >> thank you. >> jimmy: no, that's when his birthd is -- >> that's the same thing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, no, no. guys, i figured, why not celebrate your new book. >> jimmy: with a little bite of -- "cookie puss." no, i almost put it in your a ce! there's "cooky puss" right here. [ cheers and applause ] thank you, ad-rock, mike d. >> hey! >> jimmy: "beastie boys book" is available now. we'll be right back with desus and mero. stick around everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ]>> immy: our next guests are the hosts of the very popular "bodega boys" podcast. as part of the new york comedy l be performing live at the hulu theater at madison square garden on nomber 11th. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome desus and mero! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> hey. th>> jimmy: welcome back t show! it's been too long. >> oh man. >> jimmy: i've missed you guys. >> ifeels like home. jimmy: it feels good. >> thanks for having us back, jimmy. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i love having -- please, you and the beastie boys.an the bodega boythe beastie boys.
>> yeah. >> you know what i'm saying. >> it's crazy. >> jimmy: have you ever met the beastie boys? >> backstage. >> yeah -- >> we tried to sell them our rap album, but they were like, no. >> they were like, no, chill. >> jimmy: they didn't like it at all. bo? are you big beasti fans? >> you have to be. >> you're from new york. like, the beastie boys are like one of the founding elements of hip hop. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah.ik >> you'll get into a a fight with the cops. you'll be like the beastie boys are whack. they'll be like, "you don't know hip hop bro." >> you don't know [ bleep ] hip hop bro. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh my god. you're not on showme yet. you can't say -- [ laughter ] >> yeah -- >> no, it is predictive. >> jimmy: you can't -- >> every time we come here. >> jimmy: every time you -- [ talking over each other] >> sorry guys. if, here are any children he i apologize. >> jimmy: no, there aren't. actually, it's a good segway.ta let' about the showtime show. >> let's talk about the showtime show. >> jimmy: do you know whent starts yet do you know what it is yet? do you know what's happening? >> we can't tell you when it starts, but i mean, it's going to be a great show. we've got some great people mi up. it's a late -- the first late night show on showtime and we actually have -- signed a band to be on named the roots. and i don't know if they told you they're coming over. >> yeah. >> jimmy: wait, wait. the roots are going to be your band? >> yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: no, no. no, no guys.
[ blp ] stop! >> you got the new address? >> jimmy: stop, they're kidding. they're kidding. they're kikiing. they're . >> my guy, no. >> jimmy: they making a joke. they're making a comedy -- >> they're sending the band over on monday. >> jimmy it's going to be like? it's going to be like this? >> it's going to be fire. >> it's going to -- >> jimmydo you have any ests yet? >> you. >> jimmy: give us some spoilers. i'll come on. >> you got to come on jimmy. >> come on, come on, c >> jimmy: i'll definitely come on. >> come on jimmy, you got to come on. >> jimmy: i'm in. i'm definitely coming up. >> we got you. >> look, we already doing -- >> we got you, we got ruth bader ginsburg, and tupac on the first episode. >> jimmy: oh perfect. oh my god. a great show. [ cheers and applause ] you guys. >> we got a hologram. >> jimmy: i felt like when you first came on our show, you were very popular, but i think since then you've taken it to the next level. so congratulations, because -- >> thank you. >> jimmy: i saw a big yo collaboratioguys did with nike. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, wait. >> look how sexy. look at at. >> look at that. whoo! [ cheers and applause ] that's all real. that's not cgi. >> jimmy: that is totally airbrushed. >> you can't see it right now, but that's how my eye really -- >> jimmy: that is so airbrushed. >> that is how my arms really look.s >> no, no, thast a lot of baby oil. [ laughter ] that is a lot of baby oil. >> jimmy: no way. >> that's all it is. >> jimmy: how cool is that? now let's talk about november 11th.la you'reng madison square garden. >> yeah. >> some people say the hulu theater. t >> don't st.
don't call it a theater. >> just say madison square garden. >> don't -- we're playing the garden. we're not saying hul >> they played -- >> jimmy: oh, but it's in the hulu theater. >> it's garden adjacent. >> but it's the garden so. >> it's still the garden. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: garden adjacent. >> it's still the garden. >> it's the gaen! we're definitely putting madison square garden on our resume if you know what i'm saying. [ laughter ] k >> yw what i mean. >> jimmy: but what is -- how big is this hulu theater? >> it's enormous. it's like 50,000 seats. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's bigan madison square garden. >> we didn't fact check that, but yeah. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> it's about 5,000 people, but it's a big deal. it's the new york comedy festival. we're gonnbe out there. hilarious. we're throwing babies in the crowd. come through jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm yoke, what are talking about? he's not -- he's being -- he's kidding. >> all kinds of babies. >> jimmy: no, no, no. that's not the problem with that yeah. [ laughter ] >> you got to catch them though. if you drop them, you got to go. [ laughter ] a >> jimmy: thatig deal. [ laughter ] that's a big deal. you're doing hulu theater november 11th, so goatch these dudes live. and then let's talk about --we it's hal here in new york. happy halloween. >> yeah. yeah. >> jimmy: i appreciate you wearing a ttle orange and black. i don't know if you planned it. >> yeah. >> i had no idea it was
halloween. i woke up like every new yorkerd does, like, "wyou all have costumes on? why? [ laughter ] what's going on?" >> why is everybody wearing a a "scream" mask? >> jimmy: but you didn't celebrate halloween in the bronx? >> i mean every day in the bronx is hallowela basically. hter ] it's not a big deal. >> jimmy: what do you do? what do you do in han in the bronx? >> you're allowed to wear -- there's are only two costumes you can wear in the bronx.ad there are residents' face paint, or a "scream" mask that you get from a dollar store. >> and that's it. >> my big thing is -- it's a big holiday for buying eggs, if you know what i'm saying. >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh yeah. >> also, do yoguys have toilet paper here? >> jimmy: yes, no, i don't think so. n >> i migd a couple rolls when i leave. [ laughter ] 'cause you know. >> jimmy: you know, really -- >> i got to do a little decorating, if you know what i mean. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but that's -- you do that -- do you still do that now?t you do that. >> get into a little mischief. you know what i'm saying? >> well, he has four kids. he has to -- he can't have his kids be soft -- >> yeah, yeah. >> so he has to take them out, and teach them the ways of the street on has oween. >> thaght. so i got -- the little ones go trick or treating. i got four. seven, five, three, and one. seven and five -- >> real low numbers. >> you know what i'm saying? seven and five i'm taking to the bronx, and we're going to
throw frozen eggs at py. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: frozen! oh, my gu . ck -- [ laughter ] r. maybe fill a super soaker with bleach or n [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. you got to teach the kids, right? while they'r >> yeah, i love how he just admitted to several felonies. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, no. >> whatever works for you. d >> jimmy: do nany of that stuff 'cause i want to have you back on. we love you guys. congrats on the showtime show. come back when that's on, and i'll bon that show as well. >> thanks for having us jimmy. >> jimmy: i love you guys. [ cheers and applause ] desus and mero. >> love you baby. >> jimmy: every time. desus and mero, check them out h live november t the hulu theater at madison square garden! [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with a a performance by sheck wes! come on back eve [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i wanted more from my copd medicine... ...that's why i've got the power of 1-2-3 medicines with trelegy. the only fda-approved 3-in-1 copd treatment. ♪ trelegy. the power of 1-2-3 ♪ trelegy 1-2-3 trelegy
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