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your powerball tickets schedule. how many of you bought powerball tickets? one, two, three, four -- actually, i don't need to count you all, i'll add it up later. this powerball drawing is tomorrow night. is pot is up to $1.5 billion. a record, almost trip the previous jackpot. to put that in perspective, $1.5 billion is almost half of oprah. a lot of money. obviously people are fired up. did you buy any powerball tickets, guillermo? >> guillermo: $80. >> jimmy: that's four powerball tickets? >> guillermo: yes. >> jimmy: will you quit you job if you win? >> guillermo: no, no, never. >> jimmy: that's lying. you got to watch it right there.
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friends. powerball, $1.3 billion divided by population, $300 million, everyone receives $4.33 million, poverty solved, which would be great except for the fact if you split 1.3$1.3 million, we get about $4.09 apiece, which is just enough to buy two more powerball tickets. assuming those tickets are winners, yes, povertysolved. we should use all that moneyey from the lotto to teach people how to do math. of course if you really want to win the folks at fox news have a strategy that you might not have thought of. that is, buy as many tickets as you can afford. it's simple. i don't know why i didn't think of that. i'm sure you know the odds of winning the lottery are not very good. for some reason our local and cable news channels are obsessed with reminding this of this.
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the way, one way to know you have too much money is if you have a family spokesperson. they have, quote, loved these past months together and are thrilled to o getting married and excitit about their future. the future, he's 84. there's no future. it's like the grim reaper. he will be lucky if he makes it to the end of the hopneymoon.
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exclusively for white people. >> where white people meet. >> white on! [ applause ] >> jimmy: tonight before a joint session of congress president obama delivered his seventh and final state of the union address. in this one he tried to focus on the poszitive. for example, he's positive nothing he proposes will get done over the next year. republicans control both houses so it's going to be very difficult for the president to pass any new legislation. the only bill more unpopular than a bill from president obama right now is a bill cosby. i'm starting to wonder -- [ applause ] the first ever state of the union address given by our first president george washington, 1790. there's a lot of history there. it's an important part of american politics. we should all pay attention. of course we don't so this afternoon we went out on the
they thought of the state of the union address before it happened. and as usual, many people had many thoughts in tonight's state of the unioned addition of "lie witness news." >> did you see president obama's state of the union last night? >> yes, i did. yes, i did. >> who were you watching it with? >> i was watching it by myself on facebook. i saw some of the highlights from it. >> were you shocked when he let out that belch? >> yes, i did. yes, i did. i thought that, you know, he could have not done it. and decenciwise. >> what did you think about president obama's state of the union last night? sxwli thought he did a very good job. >> what did you like about it in particular? >> just, you know, i just -- everything that he said. i think, you know, made everybody feel really good about, you know, where the country is going and, you know, good about him. >> did you like it when he sat on the podium cross-legged. >> yeah. that was great. yes. that was really cool.
obviously fake cigarette. was that fun? >> yeah, it was fun. >> what about when he lit the cigarette at the end and winked to the camera and said, michelle, i'll see you upstairs. what d you think about that? >> i didn't think anything of it. i just had to read into it really much but i thought he meant, you know, he was being funny. he was being, you know, i guess he has a sense of humor. >> what did you think about the moment during the state of the union when president obama stopped talking and did a harmonica solo, were you moved? >> i thought it was ludicrous. not anyway a president should act. that he should be held to a higher state of decorum than that. i'm embarrassed by the fact that he's our president. >> who were you watching the state of the union with? >> just us. we were in a hotel room. >> who were you with when you were watching the state of the union last night? >> i was with my friends and co-workers while we were watching the news.
>> we were at our apartment in downtown los angeles. >> fictional apartment? >> yeah, yeah. >> does it impress you that he was so honest. >> i think he was one of the only presidents in history that can say that. >> is honesty an important virtue for you? >> i think honesty is the most important virtue for me. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are going to take a break. when we come back i inhave it you to be part of my threesome with mulder and skully from "the
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. >> jimmy: back to the show. we have music from leon bridges and from the movie" room," 9-year-old jacob tremblay is here. mulder and scully returns to fox in a six episode series of later this month. for me it's up with of my personal all-time favorite shows. of course i was excited went i heard it was coming back. i was even whole excited when the creator chris carter invited me to be a part of it. >> just like old times, uh?
>> oh, my god. the government's been hiding this the whole time. >> i knew we would find it. we just have to keep looking. >> hey, guys. what's up? it's dark in here. >> wow. what a dump. >> is this what i think it is? gross. >> who areyou? >> i'm agent keith. i'm your new partner. they figured since you guys have been away for a while you might need help getting back in the swg of things. >> i'm sorry. we've been doing this a long time. i'm going to call skinner. >> uh-huh.
>> do you have a pay phone in here? >> use this. >> what is that? >> a smartphone. you use it to call, text, gps, snapchat, tinder, whatever. >> we can't let them trace us here. >> i had 18 months before i can upgrade that. what's wrong with you? people can find anybody anywhere all the time now. haven't you ever heard of the internet? >> the internet. >> the internet. >> they're not going to shut us down this time. the whole world is going to know.
[ applause ] >> hey, maybe we need a floppy to do that. >> mulder, put the floppy down. put it down. this isn't the '90s anymore. we've moved on. >> why? >> it was a great decade. >> why would we do that? >> it was a great decade. >> great music. hootie. >> the blowfish. >> beanie babies. >> pogs. >> everybody loves pogs. >> not anymore. we've moved on. >> do people still like us? >> you guys? oh, yeah, of course. we loved you then and we love you now. even if coming back turns out to be a bad idea, like a really, really bad idea that makes everyone hate you, you'll still
also, you two should have sex. >> what? >> you should. it's been like 23 years. everybody knows. >>no, that's not what -- no. >> it is what. and it's time to do it already. [ cheers and applause ] >> guys, guys, maybe you can have sex later. >> [ bleep ]. [ applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the show we have music from leon bridges. from the movie "room," 9-year-old jacob tremblay is here. and we'll be right back with dave duchovny and gillian anderson. dad, you can just drop me off right here. oh no, i'll take you up to the front of the school. that's where your friends are.
>> jimmy: we're back with the show. tonight, from the critically-acclaimed movie "room," in fact, it won a golden globe," jacob tremblay is here. he was really great in that. then, a very talented gentleman from fort worth, texas. i love this guy. this is his grammy-nominated album called "coming home," leon bridges from the samsung outdoor stage. tomorrow night, chloe grace moretz, from the new show "colony," josh holloway will join us, and we'll have music from dj khaled with future. and thursday, leslie mann, ariana grande, and music from
[ applause ] >> jimmy: 23 years ago our first guests first formed the classic tv duo mulder and scully, and ignited a sci-fi sexual tension the likes of which had not been seen since kirk met spock. "the x-files" returns to fox sunday, january 24th. please welcome david duchovny & gillian anderson. [ applause ] glad to have you back here. how exciting for the two of you to finally -- to be able to act with me. really -- >> i've been looking for it all my life. >> jimmy: -- bucket list kind of moment. one thing that did not appear in the thing we shot today is you had a red wig on and it came out
>> jimmy: i didn't realize, david, that you had a wig on. i didn't realize. >> you didn't know i had a wig on? >> jimmy: no. >> you just thought i had this big frank steinian head. >> jimmy: i thought maybe you grew it out. i didn't realize you had a wig on. >> what the -- >> jimmy: i didn't realize i'm wearing a wig right now. no, i really didn't realize it. >> do you have an outtake from the whole repositioning of the wig? >> jimmy: it was so dark we couldn't see it. >> it looked like my head was falling off. >> jimmy: it was funny. did you always wear a wig? >> no, i used to be red. >> jimmy: was your hair naturally r or dyed it for the part? >> for the part. >> is this an infomercial? >> jimmy: it could segue into that, it's possible. >> me, i don't believe i've ever worn a wig and i've never been red. >> jimmy: i think that would be a cute color for you. did you know each other when you started on the show? have you known each other previously at all? have you met? >> never.
before going in to read. you don't like that room? >> anti-room? >> foyer. >> hallway? >> lobby. >> hallway? >> we met in a hallway. >> jimmy: i've never heard anti-room. i don't know that one yet. >> i don't know where the hell that came from. >> jimmy: make your aunt. >> can we start over? >> we met in the anti-room and we were there. and one o us asked the other to just run the lines. >> you asked me if i wanted to run the lines. >> jimmy: did you sense at that time that you had some kind of a chemistry? >> no. >> no. >> jimmy: you did not, no, no. did anything strange happen at the audition or standard -- after the anti-room? >> yes. in the audition? uh, i don't think so. >> no, nothing happened. >> jimmy: who did you audition for, chris carter? >> fox mulder. >> jimmy: you know damn well what i meant. >> it was a tiny, tiny room. like 50 network people.
>> the room we auditioned in was teeny-weeny. >> all the fox suits were there. >> they're on chairs like two feet away from us. >> they want to hate you. they just want to -- they want to hate you. they did hate most of us. >> they hated me mostly. >> jimmy: did they really hate you? >> no. >> jimmy: but they hired you. >> they hired me because i think chris pressured them a bit into hiring me. they didn't want me to be cast and then the next time i was called back for network they had flown in all of these other actresses that i had been used to auditions with in new york. >> and i refused to read with them. >> jimmy: is that right? >> no. >> no. >> but women that i knew -- women that i knew who were suddenly now obviously i wasn't good enough and so -- >> jimmy: boy, it really is tough, this whole thing. isn't it? >> yeah. >> it's brutal. >> jimmy: is it my imagination or did you guys while you were shooting the show -- today i was surprised how friend luly you guys were and are.
you guys didn't like each other. >> friendly to each other? >> jimmy: yes, very friendly to each other. >> you made us like have sex. >> jimmy i'm talking about off camera. there was a lot of comradery there. >> there is. >> jimmy: is it always like that? >> no. >> jimmy: okay. so that i do remember that correctly. there were le some rough patch snes. >> sure. >> issues. >> yeah. >> jimmy: what would you guys- what was it that -- if you had to pick one thing,as it like taking a long time to get ready? was it -- david and his anti-room nonsense that he keeps saying? what was it that rubbed you the wrong way about each other? >> well, i wondered this for a long time. and i think part of it -- you know, what we shot in vancouver.
>> jimmy: it was the humidity? was it chafing? >> it's very moist in the anti-room. >> jimmy: see why mean though? these are people that get along. these two people that i'm looking at right here. >> go on. >> i was going to say when my hair gets -- >> jimmy: your face is getting -- your fac is now redder than your hair. >> i know. i'm sorry. >> let
me just say i have no idea where it's going. >> jimmy: i don't either. >> it's kind of fun. >> jimmy: right. we're on a ride here. >> i just got to get it out. okay. >> i would finish the story if i had any idea what you were talking about. [ applause ] but i don't. >> oh, for god's sake. okay. i can't do it. >> jimmy: i feel like we've
this is wonderful. >> it was all my fault. i'm so sorry. >> jimmy: what the hell went on between you two? i mean -- >> you know i know it's gone on for a while but i would like to know where the moistness -- >> jimmy: where did the moistness come from? is it just the hair? >> yes, my hair gets very frizzy. >> that's what it was! >> it takes forever. between every single take, they would have to stand there and blow dry my hair again and things take a long time. >> i got p irk ssed at that? >> i think it added to the tension to the fact that i took so long. is that anything to do with it? >> kind of makes me sound like an [ bleep ]. [ applause ] >> jimmy: why don't we take a break and regroup. and when we come back we've got
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>> nothing to worry about. i'm taking good care of myself. >> it's good for you to get out of that little house every once in a while. >> certainly looks good for you. >> i'm always happy to see you. >> and i'm always happy to find a reason. >> that is gillian anderson and david duchovny on "the x-files." [ applause ] >> you cut the clip a little short because after that i said you frizzy haired bitch. [ applause ] >> jimmy: whose idea was it to put this all together again? was it your idea? >> wasn't your idea? >> jimmy: it was my idea but it was like 12 years ago and nobody listened. >> chris and me and joanne and we had to make sure. >> it wasn't my idea. >> it wasn't gillian's idea. we had to make sure everybody was onboard and could do it at the same time.
back into those characters? was it easy? >> it wasn't as easy as i expected it to be. >> jimmy: really? why? >> i think because i've been working really hard to get away from her as much as possible. and so i think it took me a while to find her again. also, i was trying to find the old version of her, not the aged version of her. >> jimmy: you have to think about that. >> yeah. yes. >> jimmy: not in the same place that they were when you left them. >> no. >> jimmy: these are the important things that actors have to think about because no one does at home. >> no. >> did you discover that today? >> jimmy: i discovered it right this moment actually. >> you didn't know we were wearing wigs or anything. >> jimmy: i would not make a good fbi agent for real. observant is not among my best qualities. it was a lot of fun because i really love the show. am very excited that you guys are back. i wish it was more than six episodes. i wish it was a whole thing all the time. why is the show going to be on
is that because of the football game? did you know that? >> is that true? >> jimmy: yes, it is true. >> you're asking us? >> probably football. that would be my guess. >> jimmy: we're going get football. one of the many mysteries. >> maybe we should have done the pre-interview. >> jimmy: is it going to be -- will we have -- will we have monsters on the show? >> hell, yeah. >> yes. >> jimmy: you will? >> yes. >> jimmy: you're going do the monster of the week thing? i lovedthat. >> a few times. we've got a couple monsters of the week. >> we do? monsters of the week? >> you asking me or do you know? >> i'm agreeing with you. >> we have a couple. we have a couple of mythology. >> jimmy: what was your favorite of all the monsters and which one was your least favorite? >> of all time? >> jimmy: yes, of all time, yeah. >> well, i liked the pooh man. he was my least favorite. >> you forgot that he was your least favorite? >> yeah. and --
>> yes, because our -- michael watkins who is directing it, he had told me -- because we had never seen him. right? do you know the story? you're laughing already, which i love. it's fantastic. i feel like i don't have to even finish. he said it's going to be -- it's horrific. this thing. it's made up of everybody's repressed desires and things that they can't face. it's taken the form in the sewer of all the poo and it's -- and it's mean and it wants to -- >> he didn't give me that note about the monster. he gave me something else entirely. >> well, no. the poo man wasn't ready because he was still in makeup, right? so we had to react to a punch of tennis balls on a stand. and he was saying, it's worse than that. it's worse, it's worse, it's worse approximately worse. gillian and i are going, yeah. it's embarrassing because it's tennis balls. and then the guy comes out and it's not my line and you'll have to bleep me but the director
because he doesn't look very scary. he looks like the guy [ bleep ] mrs. buttersworth. [ applause ] >> jimmy: that would be mr. buttersworth. >> yes. >> what would that look like? >> she's the maple syrup bottle. >> i know that. >> he looked like a big maple syrup bottle. >> jimmy: i'm glad you guys are back together. [ applause ] >> jimmy: we don't know what time the show is going to be on why but we think it's 10:00 on the east coast and 7:00 pacific january 24th on fox. david duchovny and gillian anderson. thank you for being here.
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[ applause ] >> jimmy: well, jacob, first of all, you look very handsome. >> thanks. >> jimmy: do you wear a suit a lot? >> no. now, i do. >> jimmy: now you do. >> i usually wear a t-shirt and jeans but now it's every day. >> jimmy: every day. you're still technically a kid, right? i mean, you're not a tiny adult. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. are you having fun with all this? is this exciting for you? >> yes, it's exciting. i'm a big fan of your show. i literally watch it every time. >> jimmy: you do? oh, wow, thank you. thank you. well, do you know about the poo man? never mind. you did a really great job in the movie. how did you become an actor in the first place? [ applause ] that's them confirm that you did
is acting something that you always wanted to do? >> acting was something that i wanted to do since i was 5 because when i was 5 that's when i first did my first movie "smurfs 2." my parents asked me if i wanted to do more and i said yes. >> jimmy: you auditioned for this. your sister is an actor as well, right? >> she got me into this whole thing because she's an actor and she did commercials and the casting director said to me, oh, he's so cute, he should be in a commercial. and then i did commercials and then emma got her first movie. and then like one year later i got my first movie "smurfs 2." >> jimmy: what movie did emma do? damon and i don't understand why you like him -- why you don't like him so much. he's a nice guy. >> jimmy: have you met the guy? >> yeah. >> jimmy: sometimes -- you know
clothing, do you know what that means? >> no. >> jimmy: he's backstage right now waiting to come on and he's not going to make it on but he'll explain it to you later because sometimes people aren't what they seem. sometimes people pretend to be good and on the inside they're actually very evil. they have black clouds. do you understand what i mean? >> like darth sidious? sidious. i know you're a big "star wars" fan. you met oscar isaac. >> yes. >> jimmy: this was a photograph i was given. h is you and oscar with a lightsaber. is that fun for you to meet him? >> yeah, that was fun. i saw the lightsaber because i had it behind my back so i pulled it out and turned it on. then he was li, this is super cool. we did talk about some cool stuff like how it was like to
actually i did ask him how cool was it to -- how cool was it to see yourself -- i mean, how creepy would it be to see yourself as an action figure on the face. he said that was cool but do you know what's really creepy is being on pillow sheets and blankets and yogurt. >> jimmy: and yogurt. >> yogurt as the face. >> jimmy: would you like to be on yogurt one day? >> i do have a delicious face but -- [ cheers and applause ] i do. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you -- do you -- when you go to the red carpet events like the golden globes, for instance, is that something that's exciting for you? is it boring for you? do you even know who those people are?
i don't think it's boring at all. >> jimmy: it's not boring at all. good. >> yeah. it's like the biggest thing in the world. >> jimmy: i didn't mean to offend you. i'm very sorry. were you in the audience at the golden globes? >> i was in the audience, and guess what happened. >> jimmy: what? >> brie won an award. >> jimmy: yes, brie won an award, co-star in the movie. shwas really great in that movie. you must have been very happy for her. did you hear ricky gervais saying all of those bad words? >> yes. >> jimmy: had you heard those words before? >> i heard it in like movies like -- like an adult tv show. he said it a lot of commercial break. it would be like this, oh, yeah. >> jimmy: but with bad words in between the "oh" and the "yes." >> yes.