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you got the kiss that tastes like honey ♪ ♪ and i got a little beer money tonight tonight baby we're drinkin' ♪ ♪ let's wake the town that never stops sleeping you got the kiss that tastes like honey ♪ ♪ and i got a little beer money yeah ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: kip moore! nice job, kip. >> thank you. >> jay: thanks, man that was great. thank you. thank you. i want to thank my guests, kristen stewart, dax shepard. kip moore. jimmy fallon is next! jimmy, take it! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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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: thank you very much, everybody. welcome. welcome.
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welcome to the show. thank you for being here. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." here's what people are talking about. after months of buildup and anticipation, the election is just one day away. [ cheers and applause ] which also means only one more day of campaign ads. [ cheers and applause ] i'm jimmy fallon, and i definitely approve that message. there's a bunch of theories going around about who's going to win tomorrow. one study shows that president obama has an 86% chance of winning the election. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] i don't want to say obama's getting cocky, but today, his last stop on the campaign trail was to see a matinee of "wreck-it ralph." [ light laughter ] i mean, he's just having fun now, yeah. actually, i heard that the election results might not even be official until early in the morning on wednesday. which will be weird when one guy's like -- [ as tom brokaw ] "i'm tom brokaw, and i apologize for my footy pajamas. they're very comfy and cozy. they're flannel."
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[ laughter ] "they have little grippy things on the feet. keep me from slipping and sliding around." [ cheers and applause ] i don't know. why would he wear footy pajamas? >> steve: yeah, why would he? >> jimmy: did you guys see this? yesterday, paul ryan went tailgating at a packers game with two of mitt romney's sons. yeah, romney was going to go himself until someone told him what tailgating was. [ as romney ] "you mean people eat out of the trunk of a car like a hobo? no thanks." [ laughter ] it's fun, actually. this is cool. today, bruce springsteen got to fly on "air force one" while he traveled with -- campaign rally -- campaign trail with president obama. very cool. though it got kind of awkward when obama, springsteen and the pilot argued about who gets to be called the boss. [ laughter ] "it's my nickname." "well, i'm the president." "i'm the pilot." nobody calls the pilot the boss. confusing joke. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ >> steve: boss! he's the boss! tony danza called. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. man, the candidates are both doing whatever they can to get people to vote tomorrow. i mean, in fact, i just saw this one bipartisan ad that targets young people. it's kind of extreme. i mean, they're really trying to hype this thing up. check this out. >> tuesday, the epic conclusion of over a year of political conversing and demo-repub campaigning. barack "olama" obama versus mitt "robomormon" romney. >> versus some other people. >> it's a tight race. it's in your face. it's time to see what biden's been hidin'. it's time to see paul ryan's superpac. obama will be there. romney will be there. big bird will be looking at a binder full of women while jumping on a corn dog. we've got blue states. we got red states. we've got some of the dangliest chads you've ever seen. hey, remember herman cain?
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>> tuesday! >> grab your coat and yank the vote! get some! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, that's a little crazy. get some. uh, some international news. amsterdam says it will no longer ban tourists from buying marijuana in coffee shops. [ cheers and applause ] i guess amsterdam decided to lift the ban when they realized there were no more tourists. [ cheers and applause ] what, did you think we were here for, the clogs? and finally, i just read about it. a woman in indiana who is selling a series of paintings that were made by her horse. [ light laughter ] even weirder, they're nudes. [ laughter ] tasteful nudes. actually, no, we have a photo of one of the horse's paintings. look, there it is. [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: everyone, welcome to our show. i had a pretty amazing weekend. on friday, you know, nbc had this telethon that raised $23 million, i think it was, for the red cross. [ applause ] amazing. so, nbc said, would you do anything? introduce somebody? i go, sure. they got big names. they got billy joel, sting, bon jovi, christina aguilera, bruce springsteen. it was crazy. aerosmith. all these big names, and they're all walking around the hall and all this stuff. big thing. i said, sure. and then i was talking to billy joel, and i said, maybe we should do, like, a doo-wop song. like, some type of song. he goes, yeah, great. so, "under the boardwalk," 'cause it's, like, jersey? and, you know, he goes, yeah, that's great. so i get the lyrics. and i'm practicing with billy joel and his band in his
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room. and i'm going -- ♪ whatever. and i'm doing the lyrics. i go -- and i point to billy, like, are you going to take the next line? and he goes, no, keep going. [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ under the -- and he goes, no, that's good, keep going. [ laughter ] ♪ sing the whole thing. i get second verse. i go -- ♪ in the park you and he doesn't want -- no, he wants me to sing. so, i go, dude, i'm not -- i'm singing the whole song. i'm singing the whole "under the --" no one wants to see that. [ laughter ] no one's tuning in the telethon -- you got sting, you have christina aguilera. you're having jimmy fallon sing a song? [ cheers ] >> steve: what's jimmy going to sing? i would, i would. >> jimmy: so, i'm freaking out. i go, this is not what i thought this was going to be. so i'm so nervous that, like, i'm going to tank the telethon. they're going to get no calls. i mean, the phones will be just sitting there, you know? so, anyways, so then, steven tyler is walking around. i go, hey, dude, do you want to --
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would you want to sing "under the boardwalk" with me? he's like, "yeah, man, i'll do it." like, oh, he's just fun. he'll do anything. he wanted to just do it there, right in the hall. i go, no, wait till the telethon. [ laughter ] so then we're about to go out. at least i have something. steven tyler and billy joel. you can look at other people besides me. i don't know why i'm even, you know, doing -- so then, we're about to go on. 10 seconds -- like, 20 seconds before we're about to go on, bruce springsteen walks over with a guitar. he goes, "i'm joining you guys, too." [ cheers ] and we all sang. and it was the craziest thing of my whole life. it was unbelievable. [ cheers and applause ] great job, nbc and everyone who helped out. thank you, everyone, for donating. $23 million is amazing. the red cross is just phenomenal. they're just doing so much stuff here. they do need your help, though, you guys. so, the easy way to do it -- you can text the word "redcross" to 90999, and that would make an automatic donation of $10. super easy. or you can go to redcross.org. they really need your help. so thank you, guys. if you could give them -- [ cheers and applause ]
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i was freaking out for a little bit. i was, like, whoa. ♪ under the boardwalk it was, like, the numbers are actually going down. >> steve: people are hanging up. >> jimmy: people are -- people want their money back. >> steve: we lost money. >> jimmy: we've lost money on it. we've got a great show tonight, you guys. he's a good friend of our show. from "saturday night live," the very funny jason sudeikis is here! [ cheers and applause ] plus, they have a hilarious sketch show on comedy central. key and peele are stopping by! [ cheers and applause ] and we have a super group tonight. rndm tonight! [ cheers and applause ] they're a super group. it's going to be big. they sound great. i know this is hard to believe, but tomorrow is election day, so get out and vote, everybody. that's right. after months of debates, hundreds of millions spent on political ads and well over a year of nonstop campaigning, we're just a day away from knowing who the next president of the united states is going to be. but what's crazy to me is that usually by this point, we can
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tell who's going to win, but this one's too close to call. it's a dead heat. is it going to be barack obama or mitt romney? nobody knows. now, we could just wait a day and find out, but i want to know now. so luckily, here on "late night," we have an animal with incredible predicting power. ladies and gentlemen, it's time for "if puppies could vote: 2012 presidential edition." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, guys. this is my dog, gary frick. [ audience aws ] say hi, gary. [ applause ] and she's got a pretty special power. she can predict who the next president of the united states is going to be. the race is between barack obama and mitt romney. each of these candidates are represented by two identical bowls of kibble right there. as you can see, the blue bowl represents
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president barack obama. the red bowl represents his opponent, mitt romney. in a moment, i'm going to put gary down, and she'll run to the bowl of the candidate that she thinks best represents -- gary, pay attention -- best represents america. now, she may not be voting for the same person i am, by the way. in my family, everyone gets their say. every vote counts, except for gary's. [ light laughter ] as of 2012, dogs are still not allowed to vote. yet. all right, gary. before you vote, i want to give you a quick briefing on the candidates, so listen up. gary? all right. as i'm sure you know, mitt romney is a free market purist, while barack obama believes government must play a role in creating jobs. gary, pay attention. [ laughter ] romney has promised to cut spending and repeal obamacare, and obama wants america to become energy independent by focusing on clean energy. [ laughter ] these are just the basics, but they should be enough to help you make an informed decision.
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you ready to vote, gary? all right. [ cheers and applause ] all right, ready? here we go, guys. good luck. to the next four years. go, gary! ♪ >> jimmy: mitt romney! [ cheers and applause ] gary has voted for mitt romney. wow. gary has predicted -- wow. gary, you must have not heard the story about romney tying his dog to the roof, but it's all right. [ laughter ] it's unbelievable how focused gary was. thank you so much, gary. we'll have you back when we do the recount. you're a good girl. stick around. we'll be right back with "karate pinata," everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ new pink lemonade 5-hour energy? 5-hour energy supports the avon foundation for women breast cancer crusade. so i can get the energized feeling i need and support a great cause?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to the show, everybody. you know what time it is. it's time to play karate pinata! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: this is karate pinata, the time-honored sport of kicking pinatas while blindfolded. behold, the fiesta ring. [ gong ] [ cheers ] i'm your sensei, jimmy fallon. [ gong ] now, please welcome our three audience contestants. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, nice to see you. welcome to the karate pinata dojo.
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what is your name and where are you from? >> my name is tom, and i'm from boston, massachusetts. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: where you from? >> kiera, and i'm from utah. [ cheers and applause ] >> matthew, and i'm from albuquerque, new mexico. [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: here's how the game works. to your left, you'll see four confetti-filled pinatas, each of which bear a striking resemblance to four current celebrities in the news. joe biden, wreck-it ralph, the dos equis guy and goofus, the bad kid from "highlights" magazine. [ laughter ] now, one at a time, you'll take your place under the fiesta ring. when play starts, the pinatas will slowly spin, and you'll have 20 seconds to break as many as you can. whoever breaks the most wins the grand prize, and oh, what a prize it is. higgins?
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>> steve: well, jimmy, tonight's winner will be taking home $300 worth of old el paso hard and soft taco taco dinner kits. [ cheers and applause ] contains everything you need for a fantastic family style dinner. the only thing that's missing is your imagination and 75 pounds of ground beef. jimmy? ♪ >> jimmy: thank you so much, higgins. right? thank you, kwar. thank you, dwar. [ gong ] all right. [ light laughter ] now, a few things before we start. first, you can only break the pinatas using karate kicks. you cannot use your hands. you cannot use your body. in addition, the pinatas must fully break in order to count. also keep in mind, in the event of a tie, our great audience will decide the winner based on kicking awesomeness, so it's very important that your kicks are awesome. any questions before we begin? >> ready to go. >> jimmy: all right, here we go. contestant number one, you're up. go take your place, and put on your blindfold. let's get the fiesta ring spinning! [ cheers and applause ] remember to stay on the mat at all times. 20 seconds on the clock please. ready, set, kick!
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♪ ♪ ♪ [ gong ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: whoa! hey! good job. all right, stop kicking. thank you. come on over, buddy. that was great. that was amazing. >> woo! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: never seen karate kicks like that before. a lot of this. [ laughter ] very interesting. let's take a look at some of your kicks in slow motion. see how -- look at this. yep, that one just -- that one was attacking you in a weird way. but then -- yeah. here's where you -- yeah. that's where you sliced that dude open right there. that was a killer one. and then -- woo, yeah. look at that one. oh, beautiful. and you kicked him twice. yeah, for good measure. very good. higgins, how many pinatas did he
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break? >> steve: two! >> jimmy: two! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ very, very good. now, we've replaced the broken pinatas with fresh ones. remember, you can't use your hands or your body, only kicks. please go take your place, and put on your blindfold. >> i'm gonna fall on my face. >> jimmy: good luck. you can do good. no. >> -- on my face. >> jimmy: this'll be good. you'll be great. ready? let's start the fiesta ring. 20 seconds on the clock. ready, set, kick! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ aw, nice. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: hey, hey, hold on. whoa. all right, good. come on over here. hey. [ applause ] it's all right. hey, that was good. [ cheers and applause ] that was pretty good. that was great. >> wow. >> jimmy: pretty awesome kicks there. a little ralph macchio action there.
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it was really good. let's take a look at that in slow motion. >> right. >> jimmy: oh yeah, rig there. that was a great one right there. >> yeah. >> jimmy: got that one good. then, you almost -- yeah, you almost elbowed that one. instead, you kicked that one, but then you -- >> my elbow. >> jimmy: and just went off the rails. and just started going -- [ laughter ] then, you just went rogue and you started -- yeah. it was great. then you -- yeah. you got dizzy there and kinda -- [ laughter ] you didn't know where the heck -- look at that. that's just amazing. like bruce lee type of stuff. all right, very good. higgins, how many pinatas did she break? >> steve: hmm. two! >> jimmy: two! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> all right. >> jimmy: all right. [ applause ] we replaced the broken pinatas for you. this is it. this is what it all comes down to. all the work. all the training. this is your time. your moment. this has been your destiny ever since you were a little baby. [ light laughter ] you're da baby. [ laughter ] [ applause ] now, go take your place, and put on your blindfold.
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let's start the fiesta ring. 20 seconds on the clock! you gotta beat two! ready, set, kick! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> woo! ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: hey, get over here! oh, my gosh! you're a mad man. get over here. look what you did to poor goofus, kicked his whole sombrero off, everything. very, very good. let's take a look at that in slow motion. ♪ >> oh. >> jimmy: yeah, that one really took him right -- took his hat off. look at that. three in a row! this is very exciting right here. higgins, how many pinatas did he break?
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>> steve: well, albuquerque, more like albakicky. three! >> jimmy: oh! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ we have a winner! >> steve: the winner! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you won the game, so you get the tacos, and you get to take them home, and you get to take them out of the box, and you get to make them for your friends that you invited to your house for your dinner that you made with your own two hands. [ cheers and applause ] of course, no one goes home empty handed. you guys will each be taking home these official "late night with jimmy fallon" black belts and a can of turtle wax. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] and a can of turtle wax. there you go. so, you can wax your car, and you can let it dry, and you can take a rag, and you can wax it on again, and you can wax it off, and you can say, "wax on, wax off," because you like "the karate kid," and you identified with ralph macchio when you were 12, and that's why you tried to comb your hair the same way he did for your sixth grade photo. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> yes! woo! >> jimmy: thanks to everyone for playing karate pinata. stick around. we'll be right back with jason sudeikis. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ first rule of taking the world by surprise? do something the world will actually notice. introducing the entirely new ford fusion. with turbo-charged ecoboost engine and a hybrid that doubles the fuel economy of the average vehicle. it's an entirely new idea of what a car can be
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a talented comedian and cast member of "saturday night live." they have a new show this week with host anne hathaway and musical guest rihanna. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome jason sudeikis! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> the ruts! the ruts! >> jimmy: the ruts right over there. the roots, actually. they -- >> not in -- not in kansas. >> jimmy: okay. they call 'em the ruts. >> still the ruts. >> jimmy: jason sudeikis, you're a good man. >> i appreciate that. >> jimmy: you had a good show last saturday with louis ck. >> yeah, that was fun. yeah, how about that? [ cheers and applause ] yeah, he -- he's just so funny. i think -- he's just got like a great voice. and i don't mean just like his brain, like is original, i mean, literally the way he talks. it's like -- it's such -- it makes me laugh. >> jimmy: endearing. something about him. >> oh, no. did you read that e-mail that he hurricane? >> pretty -- pretty great. pretty great, yeah. >> jimmy: what do you mean? >> well, i sell bottled water, so i made out great. >> jimmy: no, why would you do that? [ laughter ] >> that's my side gig. >> jimmy: why would you -- >> no, no, no. i was actually, in all sincerity, out of town. i missed the whole thing. i was visiting my girlfriend who is working in europe and then we stayed there for the weekend and i actually got stranded in europe. she ended up flying to l.a. for work, but i got stuck by myself in paris.
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>> jimmy: not too shabby. >> not bad at all. >> jimmy: not bad at all. no, that's pretty great. >> not complaining at all. no, just -- >> jimmy: what do you do? what do you do there? >> me? personally? i ball so hard. >> jimmy: you do, right? [ laughter and applause ] >> yeah, i ball so hard. what if it's a guys name? >> jimmy: okay. [ laughter ] first or last name? >> it's just dick head. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have a richard head. >> well, yeah, you know his dad? [ laughter ] yeah, yeah, yeah. richard head, yeah. >> jimmy: richard head. >> yeah, that guy -- that guy's an ass [ bleep ] [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that guy. that guy. >> jimmy: well you can't -- >> too hard on his son. >> jimmy: but that you can't -- too hard. >> too hard on his son. >> jimmy: he really is. really is. >> he has two brothers. he's got two younger brothers that are nuts. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: oh, my goodness. oh, my god. >> anyway -- >> jimmy: we can go. yeah, we can go all night. i just, like, my brains moving -- well, i'm glad you're back here. we're glad you're safe and you have another show this weekend. anne hathaway. >> yes, the lovely anne hathaway. >> jimmy: and rihanna. >> rihanna. >> jimmy: rihanna, we love her too. >> and they both -- i think they both have short hair cuts now, so i hope we can tell who's who. [ laughter ] you know. >> jimmy: nah, i think you can. >> i think we can. >> jimmy: i think you can figure it out. basketball season's back up. i know you're a big fan. you love basketball. >> i do. i do. i love basketball. i don't pay attention too much to the stats of it but i love the stories. i'm excited that we got the brooklyn nets. that's exciting news. i'm excited to check out a game there. >> jimmy: are you a brooklyn nets fan? are you -- >> well i wouldn't say i am yet. i mean, i'm a fan of their -- one of -- you know, jay-z. isn't he playing point guard or something for 'em? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, no he's a scratch. >> no, but i'm -- you know what's funny, my sister kristen, who lives here in new york, got my father dan a brooklyn -- a brooklyn nets t-shirt, and he lives in kansas.
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overland park, kansas. and he wore the hell out of this thing all summer just thinking of this. >> jimmy: in kansas? >> yeah, yeah. he's like, 6'5", i don't know. he's a big guy. and you see a big white dude rolling around in the middle of suburban kansas with a brooklyn nets t-shirt. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: he feels pretty good about that. >> probably my dad. >> jimmy: yeah, that's probably him. is he as funny -- is he as funny as you? >> i think -- >> jimmy: you're a funny gentlemen. >> oh, that's nice of you to say. i would say he -- he is -- i think he's very funny. yeah. and more importantly, he does. so -- [ laughter ] no, but he -- >> jimmy: he thinks he's funny. >> yeah, no, he's very, very funny guy. he's a lot bigger than he used to be but -- >> jimmy: is he, why? >> well, he stopped drinking and got his sugars from desserts, i guess would be -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: he loves desserts? >> one of my favorites stories. my sister, again kristen, the one in the picture there, i have another younger sister, lindsay, but that's kristen. and she -- she asked him, she's like, very earnestly, like, "dad --" he was making something and she was back home and was like, "dad, what's your favorite dessert?" and he came out fo the kitchen,
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she was in the living room. and he was just like, "huh. huh." like really thought it over, like -- like, rodin was going to sculpt him while he was thinking. [ laughter ] so there was like, he was like -- he was like, "you know, kris, that's a -- that's tough. i gotta say ice cream. i gotta say ice cream." he walked back into the kitchen, and kristen's told me this story a number of times. he walks back out and he goes, "i don't know." [ laughter ] "i don't know man." >> jimmy: no, i just spoke too soon. >> "cakes and pies are pretty good too." [ laughter ] and then he walked back out. >> jimmy: i love dad. that's what you gotta have. i love that guy. >> yeah. makes it easy to shop for. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, right. he's a cool dude. and brooklyn nets fan all the way. >> yeah. >> jimmy: would you like to play a brand new game with me on our show? >> i love breaking in new games on your show. absolutely. >> jimmy: we have a brand new game. >> i think every time i've been here we've played a new game. >> jimmy: we've designed a new game. this one's called egg russian roulette. >> oh, then no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, we're going to be playing that. jason and i will play when we get back here. you'll enjoy this. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ cereal?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: everybody, welcome back. i'm here with jason sudeikis.
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do not miss this week's "saturday night live" hosted by anne hathaway. musical guest rihanna. >> ri-ri. >> jimmy: now, jason and i are about to try a new game called egg russian roulette. [ cheers and applause ] higgins, you want to explain how this works? >> steve: yes, james. >> jimmy: that bucket down there. >> steve: start with the bucket. >> that's for me. >> steve: is that your bucket hat? >> yeah, that's my bucket. >> steve: yeah. here is my hand i have a dozen eggs. eight of them have been hard boiled. and four of them are still raw. you and jason will take turns selecting one egg at a time and smashing it on the top of your head. [ audience ohs ] you will not know which eggs are raw and which are hard boiled. >> oh, man. [ laughter ] taunting us. >> jimmy: at least go to acting class, man. >> something. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: once you choose an egg, you must smash that egg on your head, no putbacks. >> okay, no putbacks. >> jimmy: okay, no putbacks. >> steve: first one to smash two raw eggs loses.
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so we'll keep going until one of you has broken a second egg on your head. >> dude, you can still get that switched -- >> jimmy: well, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> steve: did you forget the clothes and pants? what happened. >> no, knock it off. you knock it off. this is -- very nice dog hair. >> steve: all right. jason, as guest of this show, you will you choose the rst egg. be careful. are you sure? >> jimmy: sure that's the one? he chose it. he just chose a different one, though. [ audience ohs ] >> all right. listen, here we go. >> jimmy: all right, buddy >> steve: top of the head. >> jimmy: thanks for coming on the show. [ laughter ] >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> i get to drop it. drop it in the bucket. >> jimmy: that's the bucket. >> steve: careful, james. your fate is in your hands. [ laughter ] which one will he chose? oh, no.
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that egg. take it. good luck. [ laughter ] >> again, thank you for having me on the show. >> jimmy: oh, it's such a pleasure to have you here. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: odds go down. two go out. >> jimmy: it's like master blaster. >> steve: are you sure? >> yeah, yeah. >> steve: good luck. >> this is the one. >> jimmy: yeah, that's good. do it. that's the one you should have picked. that's the best one right there. >> steve: oh! [ laughter ] ♪ [ applause ] >> three. >> jimmy: yeah, three. good. >> see, this is where the odds jump into the favor of the person not going. >> jimmy: yeah. >> boom, done. >> jimmy: one of us is going to pick up and be able to tell. and it's going to be -- it's going to change. all right, here we go. [ audience ohs ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: gentlemen, one-quarter of the eggs are gone. >> oh, man. >> steve: that means there's a 50/50 chance of picking the wrong one. [ laughter ] >> this -- this is very close to being like a full, like, half hour nbc show. [ laughter ] it's really close. >> steve: egg-cetera. good luck, mr. sudeikis. >> thank you. all right. oh this -- oh, i don't know. i don't know. >> jimmy: is it a little watery? oh, man! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: getting a little worried. oh man! [ audience ohs ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> it's so loose. it's so loose in there. >> jimmy: don't lose. all right. let me grab one of your eggs. [ laughter ] >> oh, that's what he said. >> jimmy: all right. >> huevos. >> steve: good luck, mr. fallon. >> hey, seriously, seriously, good luck, man. good luck. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thanks so much.
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>> yeah, yeah, yeah. no, you can't do that. you can't. >> jimmy: why can't i spin it? >> because -- well, i mean -- >> jimmy: does that mean something? >> it does. it does. it does if you ever watch "mr. wizards" or, like, "bill nye the science guy." >> jimmy: it's plural? mr. wizards? >> mr. wizards is cool. >> jimmy: there two of them? >> yeah, you know. >> jimmy: you never had. >> it's like channel a and channel b. >> jimmy: and it never had a hard-boiled egg. >> get out of here. [ audience ohs ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> if it -- if it get's down to the final four and it's like -- >> jimmy: i know. it's frightening. oh, man. >> okay. okay. >> jimmy: go for it, man. oh! [ audience ohs ] [ sad tuba ] [ cheers and applause ] >> that's one. >> steve: that's one. [ cheers and applause ] >> okay. for the record, you can't tell when you pick it up. [ laughter ] it's heavy as well.
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>> jimmy: oh, man. >> steve: all right. you're an egg head. >> here we go. >> steve: good luck. one to zero. >> jimmy: coo-coo-ka-choo. [ laughter ] you're the egg man. [ audience ohs ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: it's all right. >> steve: this could be all over for you. >> this right here? that's going to be funny to explain on the train. [ laughter ] that's going to be real fun. [ laughter ] yeah. >> steve: no, i'm just happy to see you. i love the banana in my pocket. >> all right. oh, man. all right. >> steve: one of four. >> this guy. oh, it's slipping because i have yolk on from my other -- >> steve: the yolk's on you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he had to say it. he had to say it. >> thank you. but i -- yeah.
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[ audience ohs ] [ sad tuba ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: we have a winner! the championship is over. >> jimmy: our thanks to jason sudeikis. you are the greatest. we'll be right back with key and peele after the break. there they are right now in the bud light platinum suite. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] clay matthews is turning the nfl upside-down. turn your world upside down with gillette fusion proglide
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: don't -- it's like robert pattinson is here, you guys. >> yeah, right? [ cheers and applause ] >> except for the bone structure and, you know, pretty eyes, yeah. but other than that, it's identical. >> jimmy: our next guests are a very funny, funny sketch comedy duo with a hit comedy central series, "key & peele," which is in its second season wednesdays at 10:30 p.m. here they are as obama and his anger translator, luther. take a look. >> good evening, my fellow americans. with me, as always, is my anger translator, luther. >> boom, mitt! i sunk your battleship, bitch! what's up? >> american people, i just want to say the debates are over, but now is not a time to tally points or to keep the score. >> 2-1, obama. game, set, match, touchdown,
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home run, checkmate. can we get back to work now? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: please welcome keegan-michael key and jordan peele! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: jordan, keegan, welcome. >> we're sorry. >> jimmy: welcome. welcome, welcome, guys. welcome. >> thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: congrats on the show. of course, we're not the only fans of your show. on our show -- on our actual talk show, the president himself, president obama, talked about how he's fans of yours. >> right here. >> jimmy: yeah. >> in this actual seat. >> jimmy: yes. yeah. >> that blew our minds. it was crazy. i mean, this seat was in north carolina, but we did it. we got it. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> but no -- >> jimmy: it's still this seat, yeah. >> it was amazing. yeah, 'cause it was random. yeah, he wasn't -- >> and what was -- we love that you were, like, nerdy enough to
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ask him what his favorite comedy was. that was just -- that was awesome. you know, just threw it out there. >> jimmy: yeah. >> what's your favorite comedy? >> jimmy: i don't know why. i just figured -- i don't know. i want to know why -- i want to know what he watches. >> and then, so, yeah. he referenced that sketch. and he said, you know -- [ as president obama ] >> "they got this guy who -- i can't say what he said. it was on tv." [ laughter ] "but --" >> jimmy: yeah, he did. such a great impression, too. it's so good. you're killing it, buddy. >> aw, thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: you guys are awesome. we actually have a clip of the president talking about you on our show. >> oh, okay. >> there is one that my staff showed me recently by these guys, key and peele on comedy central and -- [ cheers and applause ] they've got -- they've got a guy who imitates me pretty well. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> and -- and the premise is i'm sitting in the oval office. and he's got an anger translator named luther. so, i'll make my little speech, and then, luther will come on and say -- i can't actually repeat -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] it's pretty good stuff. [ talking over each other ]
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>> jimmy: "i'm the president. i can't do it." >> i can't do it. >> that would've been the only thing that would've made that better. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but i remember, like, him saying that. i go, "these guys are going to freak out when they see -- i mean, the president talking about them." >> we heard from -- i mean, you were the one -- you tweeted -- >> you tweeted us, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you said, "you better watch the show tonight." we've never gotten, you know, a tweet from -- we never met you until before the show. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and so, that was -- you know, we were like, "oh, my god." i called him. he was working on a movie. i was like, "dude, sit down." [ laughter ] >> i think i know what's happening here. >> right, right, right. >> jimmy: did you -- you had an idea? >> quest gave us a shout out that day. >> yeah, that was awesome. you know -- [ coughing ] [ laughter and applause ] [ rim shot ] you all right? >> jimmy: hey, what -- what just -- dude -- >> do the heimlich on that thing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: dude, did you just throw up? [ laughter ] he pulled, like, a justin bieber. he just vomited. [ laughter ] he just vomited. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, boy. >> jimmy: what is going -- [ applause ] what happened?
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>> questlove: no, i was -- i thought i had to respond, but i was drinking water and -- [ laughter ] >> you got a little crazy. >> yeah, yeah, man. we got a little excited. >> jimmy: well, i like how tariq didn't even go over to help you at all. [ laughter ] just laughing at you. yeah, if you were choking -- yeah, he wasn't there. >> they're all acting like this happens all the time. >> jimmy: are you okay, though? >> he's just like, "we don't need -- we don't need a drummer." >> jimmy: that was insane. oh, my god. >> oh, man. >> jimmy: you're all right, though? everything's good? >> questlove: yeah, i'm alive. >> jimmy: okay, good, good, good. >> "i'm alive." >> jimmy: but then, you actually -- >> i tell you what. he won't be all right once that gets on the internet. [ laughter ] you're not all right. >> jimmy: yeah, that'll be -- that'll be a meme. >> you're not all right. viral. >> jimmy: look at this. you got -- >> what you got here? >> jimmy: you got to meet the president. >> there it is. >> that's him, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] right there, yeah. >> jimmy: that's fun. >> you notice, i'm the only guy that meets the president dressed like adam duritz. [ laughter ] counting crows. >> jimmy: hilarious. >> yeah. >> jimmy: dude, but how fun was that? and he's a funny guy, too, right? >> he was great. he was great.
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and was really -- i mean, he was -- he's better looking than you think he is. he's taller than you think he is. he's warmer than you think he is. and he smells like honey. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he smells like honey. he is so calm, though. he doesn't make you feel like you're -- like, protective. he's very presidential. >> right, yeah. >> hand on your shoulder. he goes like this. he goes --e [ as president obama ] >> "hey, i need luther. i need him." [ laughter ] "-- going to have to wait till second term." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's key and peele. [ cheers and applause ] check out their show wednesdays at 10:30 p.m., comedy central. and the season one dvd is out right now. rndm performs a song after the break. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests feature the talents of jeff ament from pearl jam, joseph arthur and richard stuverud. they're making their tv debut with us tonight to perform the song, "modern times," from their first album, "acts." please welcome rndm. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ the modern times are coming after us i got no time to sit around and cuss ♪ ♪ the modern times are coming after you
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you got nowhere to hide your heart ♪ ♪ it's true ♪ when we dream we still laugh with the stars anywyay ♪ ♪ it's our time to come through this life until we pay ♪ ♪ it's our time ♪ the modern times are coming after me i got nowhere to hide my destiny ♪ ♪ the modern times are coming after them they got no way to start it all again ♪
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♪ when we dream we still laugh with the stars anyway ♪ ♪ it's our time to come through this life until we pay ♪ ♪ when we dream we still laugh with the stars anyway ♪ ♪ it's our time to come through this life until we pay ♪ ♪ it's our time ♪

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