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ptions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh. fantastic. welcome, everybody. thank you for being here. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." you guys feeling good? [ cheers and applause ] that's all that matters. >> audience member: i love you! >> jimmy: i love you, too. here's what people are talking about. earlier this week, justin bieber debuted a new tattoo of an "x" on his left arm. yeah. [ light laughter ] first time he's been spotted with an x on his arm since selena gomez. and it's -- [ audience ohs ] they will date again. [ laughter ] i just -- i just heard that nickelodeon is coming out with a spinoff of "dora the explorer" aimed at preschoolers. or, in other words, they finally admitted the original was totally aimed at stoners. [ laughter ] [ as dora ] "can you say argentina?" [ as stoner ] "uh, no." [ laughter ] some more tv news. tlc has renewed its reality show, "breaking amish," for a
second season. [ scattered cheers ] yeah. parents of those kids would be so proud if they had any idea what that meant. [ laughter ] this is not good, you guys. americans are bracing for this thing called the sequester. you guys know what i'm talking about? >> audience: yeah! >> jimmy: it's like when $85 billion will be cut from almost every part of the budget. so, teachers, meat inspectors and tsa workers will all be affected. so, if you're someone who teaches people how to keep bad meat off airplanes, you're really screwed. this is gonna be tough -- [ laughter ] tough weekend. listen to this. in his final speech before resigning, pope benedict said that he is not abandoning the catholic church. like most catholics, he'll be back for christmas and easter. [ laughter and applause ] admit it. just admit it! you know when you've got to do it, yeah. in fact, church scholars say that there will be a lot of arguing and drama when it comes to choosing the next pope. which explains the person in charge of keeping the peace, cardinal andy cohen.
[ laughter ] for andy. thank you. that's for andy. and finally, during one direction's concert last night, someone in the crowd threw their shoe on the stage and hit harry styles in the crotch. [ laughter and applause ] harry is looking for the person who did it, while taylor swift is looking for another shoe. [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have a great show! a fantastic show, an exciting show tonight. he's a great actor and our buddy. christian slater is back on the show! [ cheers and applause ] plus, from the new movie "stoker," the very talented mia wasikowska is stopping by! [ cheers and applause ] love her. and we have music from country superstar jason aldean! [ screams and applause ]
that guy rocks the house, man. he is awesome, man. [ shrieking ] that's just from the harry styles joke. they're still -- getting over that. jason was here this afternoon and just -- [ shrieking ] -- hit a home run, man. oh, my gosh. so, he's gonna be -- he's country, but he's like rock-country. he can really -- yeah, he's gonna blow your pants off. did you guys ever notice when you're -- go to some websites, you get those annoying pop-up ads? it happens all the time and most people just click out of them right away, but you'd be surprised at some of the things you'd in these ads if you just opened them up. i'll show you what i'm talking about in a segment we call "late night pop-up ads." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ late night pop-up ads ♪ >> jimmy: let me get my laptop on the old pop-up screen here. clearly, it's my laptop. [ laughter ] i --
whatever. all right, let me click refresh and see if any ads pop up. [ pop ] there's one. it's a pepsi ad. these ads have a little link that says "expand," and when you click it, you actually get to see the rest of the ad. for example, this first one says "pepsi -- the only choice -- if they run out of coke." [ laughter ] you see? now, the slogan makes a little more sense, so these are the kinds of things you're missing out on by not clicking them. let's click refresh to get a new ad. [ pop ] this is for carnival cruise lines. [ light laughter ] don't get ahead of me here. [ laughter ] let's experience this together. [ laughter ] it says, "the ship that feels like home -- because it only has one working bathroom." oh, that's good to know. [ laughter ] does remind me of home, so -- [ laughter and applause ]
refresh the screen. [ pop ] i'm gonna get an emmy for this -- this is good acting. [ cheers and applause ] it says, "check out our new cabinet, the vorkentaag --" and then, you -- yes. "and our new lunch, horsinmeetbaals." [ laughter ] there you go. that's -- ♪ m&ms! says, "melts in your mouth, not in your hands -- unless you hold them in your hands for more than 20 seconds, then they'll definitely melt in your hands." [ laughter ] that is true. that's just science. let's refresh. [ pop ] this one's for the ps4. playstation 4. "see the future -- it's in your mom's basement." [ laughter ] at least you'll be really good at call of duty. you know -- let's refresh. next one's for american express. "do more -- than you can afford."
that's true. [ laughter ] at least they're being honest about it. let's refresh. [ pop ] here's one for hallmark. "when you care enough to send the very best -- but you want to send a card instead." [ laughter ] way easier to send a card. let's refresh. [ pop ] one for tic tacs. "your friends will notice -- that it sounds like you have a maraca in your pants." [ laughter ] yeah, that -- it does sound like that. it does happen. [ applause ] let's refresh here. [ pop ] oh, we have one for aol. "american online, stay connected -- to 1997." [ laughter ] it's important not to forget the past. let's do one more. [ gasps ] [ pop ] five-hour energy drink. "it gives you the energy you need to get through the day -- and to go running and swimming and biking and mountain climbing and sky diving, kayaking --
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special comes along. something that defines a generation and changes the way we all think. that's right. it's time to play "name that guy." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ name that guy ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you. let's give it up for tonight's lucky contestants. ♪ [ applause ] hello, everybody. welcome to "name that guy." the rules are very simple. we're going to show you a picture of a guy, and you'll have to correctly guess his first and last name. so, for example, here's an easy one. i'll show you a picture. you would say -- that's right. frank lowry. [ laughter ] but like i said, that was an easy one. they'll be much tougher in the real game. you guys ready to play?
>> yeah. >> jimmy: all right, here we go. very good. all right, let's go to round one. [ creaking door ] [ crash ] we're on a tight budget, so we had to steal all of our graphics from old episodes of "home improvement." [ laughter ] contestant number one, what is your name and where are you from? >> megan from louisville, kentucky. >> jimmy: hey, welcome, megan. [ cheers ] hi to everyone in louisville. now, you all know how it works. a series of guys will flash by on the sharp 108. whichever one it lands on, you have to guess his full name. >> okay. >> jimmy: let's "name that guy." [ beeping ] all right. there you go. [ laughter ] ooh. you got an easy one. audience, no help. [ laughter ] >> john lowry. [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: aw, so close to the example, but no. we were looking for -- [ laughter ] herman rutledge. herman rutledge.
i'm sorry. that's the end of round one, which means it's time for a brief word from our sponsor. ♪ rabbit wig put that rabbit in a wig ♪ >> rabbit wig. [ explosion ] >> jimmy: thank you so much for playing. take care. ♪ [ applause ] contestant number two. nice to see you, buddy. thank you for coming here. what is your name, where you from? >> kenny, and i'm from new jersey. [ crazy slide whistle ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: kenny, i know you. >> yeah? >> jimmy: yeah, i think i do. yeah. >> i wish we knew each other. >> jimmy: yeah, we don't know each other, but we -- >> we should hang out. >> jimmy: we know each other, yeah. i love kenny. he's pretty awesome. all right, i'm psyched about this. kenny, you know what that sound means right there. it is time for a brief behind-the-scenes look at the making of the rabbit wigs commercial. ♪ >> okay, rolling. >> all right.
>> rabbit wigs. rabbit wigs. rabbit wigs. >> let me try one. rabbit wigs. [ light laughter ] >> that's the one. ♪ kiss me kiss me yeah kiss me kiss me kiss me kiss me yeah ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: all right. here we go, kenny. let's "name that guy." [ beeping ] [ siren ] oh, you know what that sound means. you get a free hint. >> hint! >> all right, cool. >> jimmy: here's your hint. his name is not igor stanislovski. now, with that hint in mind, what is your answer? >> god, it's got to be something eastern european. >> jimmy: mm-hmm. yeah, he looks it. [ light laughter ] >> vlad von heiss.
>> jimmy: vlad von heiss. judges, can we accept that? [ buzzer ] sorry. we're looking for dan jangle. [ laughter ] very close. we also would have accepted daniel jangle as well. [ cheers and applause ] your score is zero, which means it's time for a brief biography of dan jangle. ♪ >> dan jangle was born in litchfield, illinois. >> jimmy: thank you for playing, buddy. you're a good man. ♪ come on over, pal. how you doing, pal? >> it's a pleasure, my friend. >> jimmy: what's your name, and where you from, bro? >> i'm eric from south jersey. [ cat growl ] [ cheers ] >> jimmy: south jersey. you know i love it. you know what that sound means. it's time for a quick "name that guy" cartoon break. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, very good. contestant number three, it's time to "name that guy." [ beeping ]
oh. [ lightning ] hey-o! you know what that sound means. it's time for the lightning round. >> okay. >> jimmy: all right. [ laughter ] >> let's do it. >> jimmy: we're going to show you up to eight guys. one at a time, okay? answer as quickly as possible. >> okay. >> jimmy: there's no penalty for a wrong answer, but you get one guess per guy, so make them count. >> okay. >> jimmy: remember, for every right answer, you get $1,000. >> oh, all right. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you ready? >> yeah. >> jimmy: 20 seconds on the clock. and "name that guy." >> jim "sweet apple pie" martinez. [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: no. >> cory newhart. [ buzzer ] gary "the sledgehammer" johnson. [ buzzer ] [ laughter ] skateboard matt. [ buzzer ] [ laughter ] johnny on the run. [ buzzer ] steve wonderbelt. [ buzzer ] windfall. [ buzzer ] [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: steve wonderbelt.
[ applause ] oh, man. that was so close. i'm so sorry. you missed all of them for a score of zero. we were looking for, in order, jordan delaney, pat zachary, kelvin akkerman, mumford p. whitlock. [ laughter ] you said his name was skateboard jones or something? [ laughter ] this is bip kibble. you know him. that's travis "iceman" mcfadden, carter knowles and ricky cricket. >> ooh, okay. >> jimmy: ricky cricket. you would have had a shot at ricky. >> i would've nailed that one. ♪ ricky cricket [ rhythmic clapping ] ♪ ricky cricket [ rhythmic clapping ] ♪ ricky cricket [ rhythmic clapping ] >> jimmy: well, that's all the time we have here on "name that guy." guys, come back over here. ♪ you all finished tied for last place with zero points, so you all missed out on the grand prize of $15,000, but we do have consolation prizes. what will they be taking home,
miles? >> well, jimmy, they'll each be getting a t-shirt emblazoned with the name of the guy they failed to correctly identify. wear your shame in style. jimmy? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. enjoy those prizes, everybody. we'll be right back with christian slater! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ "ever ask somebody to lend you a foot?" "who thinks about stuff like that?" "vince mahe grew up on two continents... and noticed that wherever you go, people have their hands full, but their feet free." "the result? a liftgate you operate with your foot." "code name?" "open sesame" "the all new twenty thirteen ford escape. it's what happens when you go further." ♪ i got it made, i got it made
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playing in select theaters. please welcome back to the show, a good man. here's christian slater, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ feel the power feel the power of few feel the power feel the power of few ♪ ♪ feel the power feel the power of few ♪ >> jimmy: "power of few." that's pretty good, right? >> that was good. >> jimmy: welcome. that's what i'm talking about. [ cheers and applause ] christian slater. >> yeah! >> jimmy: christian slater, please, welcome to our show. thanks for coming back, my friend. >> thank you for having me back again. very nice. >> jimmy: you look fantastic, as always. >> you as well. >> jimmy: you're a movie star, but congratulations are in order to you. >> oh? >> jimmy: yeah, you're engaged. >> oh, yeah. that's true. thank you. >> jimmy: that's fantastic. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] that's so good. congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: who is she? where's she from from? what are we doing? >> she's -- well, i've been living in miami really for -- i relocated to miami and -- >> jimmy: christian slater in miami? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you're a new yorker
guy. >> i know, i know. new york, l.a., but i went down to miami a couple years ago, stayed at this little place called little palm island. very, very nice. you should go there with your wife. it's great. >> jimmy: yeah, really. >> it's lovely. and this girl came walking along with another lady, slightly older lady, and i was sitting in my usual spot eating my oatmeal that morning, and -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: can we back up a little bit? [ laughter ] >> sure, sure, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: your usual spot eating oatmeal? >> i'd been there for about three months. i was in between jobs. it's a small, little island. it's, like, five acres. it's very, very tiny. >> jimmy: oh, pretty fun. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: so, you pick a spot? >> i pick a spot. i'm sitting there. i'm eating my oatmeal. >> jimmy: oatmeal, yeah, i got that, yeah. so, it stays warm? >> the oatmeal? >> jimmy: yeah, like, you heat it up in your house and you bring it in a thermos? >> no, no, no. no, no, there's a restaurant. >> jimmy: oh, an outdoor restaurant? >> sure, sure, sure. that was my usual spot. >> jimmy: okay, i was thinking at the park bench and you're wearing a trench coat eating oatmeal going -- [ as slater ] "oh, there's a girl and an older
lady over there." [ laughter ] >> no, no. no, there's a beautiful spot. >> jimmy: okay, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> i'm on an island. surrounded by water -- [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: i don't know. i'm setting the stage. i'm sorry. >> it's very, very nice. >> jimmy: all right, good. >> you know, the sun and the whole thing. >> jimmy: and you got your oats. >> oats, yeah. and i've got my hat. >> jimmy: your hat. your hat is off. [ talking over each other ] >> like a filthy old man eating my oatmeal. [ laughter ] yeah. and she comes walking along -- and this spot i guess was famous for people proposing to each other actually. >> jimmy: oh. >> yeah, it was very, very nice. so, she's there with this old lady and the next thing i know, she gets down on one knee and proposes to this older lady. so, i was like, "what? hey. you know, what's going on here?" i thought i just witnessed over my oatmeal -- >> jimmy: maybe there's lsd in your oatmeal or something. what the heck is going on here? [ laughter ] you're floating. >> i mean, i've seen a lot of crazy stuff down in the florida keys -- >> jimmy: -- floating dragon. what? >> so -- i turned, i, of course, was very intrigued. >> jimmy: of course. >> and i went over and sat down in my other usual spot, the lounge chair area. >> jimmy: what do you eat there normally? [ laughter ]
>> grapes. >> jimmy: grapes. [ laughter ] of course, yeah. oatmeal, grapes. [ talking over each other ] that's so cool. >> after my oatmeal -- >> jimmy: you gotta put that on youtube, man. >> no, it was very, very nice. yeah, it's a good show. >> jimmy: so, wait. so, what happened? i don't understand. >> well, so, i thought i just witnessed a nice lesbian engagement, so i was coming over to say congratulations. >> jimmy: very nice. >> very nice. but it turns out it was her aunt and she was just trying to, you know, help her aunt capture the beauty and the romance of the place. >> jimmy: she was making a joke, and she was being cute. >> she was making a joke. and i had witnessed it, and it intrigued me, and the next thing i know, we were hanging out in the everglades. and chasing gators and doing all that stuff. >> jimmy: that's great. because you have a great sense of humor as well, so that was it? that was magic. yeah. [ talking over each other ] that's a cute story. >> yeah, thank you. thank you very much. [ applause ] >> jimmy: and how -- how are the in-laws? i know you can't really say it. maybe they're not watching. >> well, i was nervous about meeting her father. he's -- he refers to himself as an asphalt magnate. so, he's got a company down in --
basically, the concern that i had was that he would know where to hide the body if i screwed up. >> jimmy: yeah. in the asphalt, yeah, yeah. dig a nice decent hole and no one will ever find you. >> somewhere in the middle of nowhere, down in the florida keys. that's where i would be. >> jimmy: but he turns out -- >> turned out to be an incredibly sweet guy and also a bit of -- you know, it's funny for an asphalt magnate character to be a closet entertainer, also. he's got a piano and he plays. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: that's fun at parties. >> yeah, it's fun. we, you know, sing a few tunes. >> jimmy: absolutely. yeah, and how's mom, the mother-in-law? >> the mother, she's great. she was a little concerned, i think, with me. >> jimmy: i know why. i heard this story. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i almost can't even believe that this is true. >> yeah. >> jimmy: why would you do this? >> i do have a bizarre sense of humor, i suppose. but my fiancee had been talking about getting a raccoon. she wanted a pet raccoon. >> jimmy: that's insane. >> that's insane. >> jimmy: that's insane. >> right? there's no way -- >> jimmy: you don't do that. >> but she had seen something
about grace coolidge, calvin coolidge's wife had a pet raccoon that would come to meetings and, you know, run around on her shoulder and everybody was thoroughly entertained. >> jimmy: i gotta get the name of this oatmeal. [ laughter ] because i think it sounds like a lot of fun. [ laughter ] yeah, yeah, yeah. so, she wants a raccoon. this is -- you can't get a raccoon. >> no, clearly, i mean, raccoons are rabid and filthy, hideous creatures. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, i didn't think that was a good idea, but i thought i would give her the next best thing. >> jimmy: mm-hmm. >> so i went on ebay, and i figured, "look, i'll get her, you know, a taxidermy raccoon." right? >> jimmy: no, no, no. [ audience aws ] >> is that so bad, really? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, that's bad. you gotta e-mail me, man. you gotta e-mail me before you do this stuff. for christmas, you wrapped up a stuffed raccoon? >> well, i put it in a box, you know? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's scarier! that's scarier. >> i know, right? and i was so excited. you know? i was like, "look, i did it." the next best thing, you know? it was like the big present, and i brought it to the house, the whole family -- we'd opened up all these other presents and
this is, like, the last gift, right? this is the last gift. i was like, "here you go, sweetie. i'm so happy." and she opened the thing and all she saw were, like, two dead eyes staring back at her -- [ laughter ] and she literally cried for 45 minutes. >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> into her mother's bosom. [ laughter ] it was awful. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> it was awful. >> jimmy: that is hilarious. we laugh at your pain. >> i know. no, it was a rough moment, yeah. and then, we had the engagement party, like, a week later and that was -- it almost didn't happen. i mean, it was very, very close. >> jimmy: but you've now grown to enjoy the stuffed raccoon. >> yeah, we named him. you know, we call him stiffy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there's stiffy the raccoon right there. [ audience ohs ] look at how happy you are with stiffy, yeah. this is a present for you. >> that's right. >> jimmy: she's very pretty, by the way. >> he sits, and he stays. [ laughter ] i mean -- >> jimmy: where does stiffy hang out? >> he's actually got a place of honor right in our place now. >> jimmy: there you go. >> we love him. we've embraced him, and he's definitely a part of the family.
and he looks forward, and so do we. >> jimmy: see, that's what i'm talking about. well, our best to stiffy -- [ light applause ] -- and the fiancee. >> thank you. that wasn't the only present i got her, by the way. just so you know. >> jimmy: that's enough. you can't dig more of a hole. that's it. >> all right, all right. >> jimmy: stiffy the raccoon. >> there were other surprises. snake in the bed. >> jimmy: i once got my wife a trash can. >> what?! >> jimmy: i know, because she was talking about she wanted a trash can. i know it's the worst. i know. >> what president's wife had that? >> jimmy: no, not president's wife. she goes, "we need a new trash can for the kitchen." so, i go, "oh, i'm gonna remember that." >> that's right. >> jimmy: stupid. so, i got it, and i wrapped up the trash can. >> yes! >> jimmy: and then, i talked to my brother-in-law, and he goes, "oh, dude, you can't just get her a trash can. what's wrong with you?" >> i love it. >> jimmy: i'm like, "i can't?" he's like, "oh, no." so then, i overdid it with other presents. >> oh, nice. nice. >> jimmy: but the trash can was -- still is, we use it to this day. >> that's very special. >> jimmy: we named it stiffy. [ laughter ] >> there we go. >> jimmy: you bring it all back. let's talk about your film here. "the power of few."
we were singing it earlier. >> yes. >> jimmy: you reuniting with christopher walken. >> right. >> jimmy: this is fun. >> yeah. christopher walken is great. i've always loved him. he's certainly a phenomenal actor. >> jimmy: "true romance." >> yeah, "true romance," the scene with him and dennis hopper was genius. >> jimmy: absolutely. [ applause ] always fun. i'm down with that. >> he's the best. and this was an opportunity to get to work with him again, and it's a very, very strange story. it's five different short stories that all kind of intersect, and christopher walken plays this sort of weird, crazy, oatmeal-eating -- [ laughter ] -- guy who thinks that there's some scheme to clone jesus. how's that? >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] that's what i'm talking about, man. that's exactly what we're talking about. very good. >> no, it's twisted. and it all comes together in some crazy way and goes all over the place. but i had a lot of fun. >> jimmy: it's in select theaters right now. let's take a look at a clip though of "the power of few." christian slater. >> okay. >> we have information that links you to a chain that may be
transporting illegal materials. >> i don't do that. >> listen to me, all right? listen to my words and find out exactly what you know. razor, fire, cloud. master, wreck. master. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there you go right there. "the power of few." christian slater and i are playing "catchphrase" after the break. stick around, everybody. right? that'll be fun. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you engineer a true automotive breakthrough? ♪ you give it bold new styling,
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody, we are back with my man, christian slater. he stars along with christopher walken in a new movie called "the power of few," which is currently playing in select theaters. christian and i are about to play a game of "catchphrase." we are joined tonight by teammates from our studio audience.
guys, what are your names and where are you from? >> i'm molly. i'm from great falls, virginia. ♪ [ applause ] >> i'm john from new jersey. >> jimmy: john from new jersey. there you go. ♪ all right, guys, here we go. john, me and you -- we'll be teammates and christian, you and molly will be teammates as well. >> okay. >> jimmy: now, christian will start the game by pressing "start" on the buzzer, and then, drawing a clue from the top of the pile. you gotta get your teammates to guess the clue as quickly as possible, then hand the buzzer off to the person on your right. you can make any physical gesture and say anything, but you can't say any word in the actual clue. >> molly, what, sorry? hello. she's explaining it to me. >> jimmy: i'm explaining as well. >> let's pay attention. >> jimmy: the buzzer -- >> sorry, daddy. >> jimmy: john, you're listening, right? >> of course. >> jimmy: thank you. [ laughter ] the buzzer ticks faster and faster. if you're holding it when it buzzes, your team loses that round. first team to win two rounds wins. christian slater, you're first. press start, and then, draw your clue. >> okay. which is the start button?
oh, that one? okay. >> jimmy: you're gonna be there, right? is that -- >> is this right? and then, i pass it to my right. to you. yeah, okay. that makes sense. >> jimmy: here we go. >> okay, mol! >> i'm ready. >> i'm pushing start. >> jimmy: go. >> something you put on your hand when you are cooking. >> oh, oven mitt. >> yes. >> all right. it's a nursery rhyme. >> jimmy: that could be anything, john. [ laughter ] >> it's -- >> jimmy: "humpty dumpty"? bug. "itsy bitsy spider." >> yes! there ya go. >> okay, crocodile -- another word for crocodile. >> gator. >> okay, like, in the wild crocodile. what's the other one? >> after wild crocodile? >> right, but the other one is a -- another word for crocodile is -- >> alligator. >> so you like -- >> see you later, alligator. >> no, no. >> yes! see you later, alligator! is that right? >> jimmy: yeah, okay, very good. >> okay. >> jimmy: okay, you're not -- you're not chopping the ketchup. you're -- >> you're squirting the ketchup. >> jimmy: no, you -- [ laughter ] the opposite of ketchup is -- >> play-doh -- >> jimmy: no, the opposite of ketchup! >> mustard! >> jimmy: yes!
you blank the -- >> squirting the mustard. >> jimmy: no, you're -- with a knife, you will -- >> cut the mustard. cut the mustard. >> jimmy: yes! [ buzzer ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ that means you lost. it means you lost. you were stuck with the buzzer! well, if molly wasn't talking while i was explaining the rules -- [ laughter ] no, no, no. molly, when you're stuck with the buzzer, that means -- and it goes off. >> then we lose the round. >> oh! >> jimmy: that's only one round you lost. >> only one round. >> we can come back from this. >> we're playing 12 rounds, right? [ laughter ] we're going all the way. >> jimmy: yeah, here we go. >> here we go. >> jimmy: two. if you lose two, you're out. >> okay. >> jimmy: that's what we're doing. ready? cut the tomatoes. >> do i have to push -- [ laughter ] start? >> jimmy: yes. >> okay. >> here we go. ready? >> yeah. >> okay, that show. it was on hbo. it's when you get buried and you're -- how many feet -- yeah -- [ buzzer ] >> six feet under. >> no, no -- >> jimmy: he didn't say anything. >> did i say something wrong? >> jimmy: no, you didn't say anything wrong. >> very happy still. oh, i did say that.
yeah, yeah -- okay, okay, okay. [ laughter ] okay, you had -- when you feel really, really bad and you're like this particular animal, you are like -- [ groans ] no, no. you're not feeling well. >> sick. >> and there's a little four-legged creature that walks. what's it called? four-letter -- on a leash. >> oh, dog. oh, sick as a dog? >> sick as a dog, yeah. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh! all right, go! >> when you get in a car accident, you get -- you have to wear something around this. >> jimmy: a neck brace? >> that's easy. [ cheers and applause ] >> okay. when you're -- they pull your underwear up. >> wedgie. i know it well! >> jimmy: you -- you smoke this if you're -- >> tobacco. cigarettes. >> jimmy: no, if you're in a wigwam! [ buzzer ] >> what's a wigwam? >> we got one! wigwam? is that what it is? >> jimmy: where do you smoke these? you smoke 'em in a wigwam? >> peace pipe. >> jimmy: a peace pipe. i don't know where you smoke that. i -- assume that everyone would know you smoke it in a wigwam.
>> of course. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: if you're playing the drinking game at home, i said "wigwam" three times. all right. here we go. last one. whoever loses this loses the whole thing. yeah. the kit and caboodle, which is not the -- >> -- the clue. >> jimmy: okay. if -- when you have food, you -- >> eat. >> jimmy: what do you -- when you put food in your mouth? >> chew. >> jimmy: yeah. that's the first word. the last word -- if you're not skinny, you're -- >> fat. chew fat. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but there's a word in the middle! three words! >> chew some fat? what? chew what? it's chewing fat. chewing fat. >> jimmy: three words! >> gee, i don't know, man. >> i love you. >> jimmy: the beginning of every -- of everything! ah -- >> chewing is fat. >> that's it. >> chewing the fat -- chewing the fat! >> jimmy: yes, that's what it is! >> okay, these are grown-up -- >> teeth! baby teeth! >> yes! [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, my god, what?
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: your butt! >> another word for it! >> jimmy: ass? >> it doesn't end in "t." it doesn't end in "t." >> jimmy: oh, it doesn't end in "t"? buttocks? >> try again. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: rear end. >> don't make me say -- [ buzzer ] ♪ oh, my gosh. bum steer. so sorry. >> oh! >> jimmy: that was tense. you're the champions. you guys are the -- my, good job. >> that was insane. good job. >> jimmy: our thanks to the great christian slater. stick around, everybody. we'll be right back with more "late night." come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ lobsterfest is the king of all promotions.
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were still living with your parents. >> i was, yes. >> jimmy: yeah, and that was fun. >> it was, yes. i'm sort of technically still living with them, but i just got my first place, so i'm about to move out in, like, three weeks. very exciting. >> jimmy: oh, wow. [ scattered applause ] is it bittersweet -- i mean, it's exciting. is it sad? >> well, it's definitely about time. >> jimmy: yeah. do they make you do chores at your house when you -- >> yeah, i guess so, yes. i definitely go back in and have to take out the rubbish and -- >> jimmy: do you really? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: so, wait, now you've got your own pad? >> i do, yeah. >> jimmy: and where is it? close to your parents? >> no, it's in sydney. my parents live outside of sydney by, like, three hours, so, yes. >> jimmy: it's a big move. >> it is. it's a big move. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. how exciting. so, what are you doing now? you going shopping? do you need -- i know where to get the best trash cans. [ light laughter ] >> right. or maybe i'll make them take out the trash. >> jimmy: yeah. that's a nice thing gesture, but what are you doing? what do you need? is it like a one bedroom, two-bedroom? >> well, i need to, like, furnish it. i'm gonna do it myself, which is good. but i'm a little obsessed with, like, the furnishing websites,
so that's good. it's filling the void from, you know, all the -- >> jimmy: is it a giant -- a big place? a house, an apartment? >> it's like an apartment. it's two bedrooms. it's fairly small, but it's -- yes, it's really nice. >> jimmy: good for you. that's fantastic, pal. >> yeah. >> jimmy: well, i love you in everything you do. >> cool, thanks. >> jimmy: and that's since i seen "alice in wonderland," last time i saw you. unbelievable. >> oh, thanks. >> jimmy: fantastic. yeah, please. [ cheers and applause ] you're a great, great actor. >> thanks. >> jimmy: how young did you start? how young did you start? >> i was, like, 15 when i started. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, yeah, quite young. >> jimmy: do you remember your first role? >> yes. well, like, technically my first role when i was 7 was "centipede." >> jimmy: ooh, yeah. that's a big role, yeah. lot of parts, yeah, absolutely. >> but then, like, during the production the sloth got sick, and so, they, like, upgraded me, so i played a sloth. >> jimmy: congratulations. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's a confidence boost you need when you play the sloth. >> yeah, it was a big bonus for me. >> jimmy: absolutely, yeah. that is wild. but here's this movie now. "stoker," right?
and this is -- everyone's talking about this. it's you and nicole kidman. >> yes. >> jimmy: plays your mom? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you just premiered in korea, is that correct? >> yeah, we just were there for, like, four days. the director's korean, so -- >> jimmy: okay, that makes sense. >> yeah, we went to korea. >> jimmy: what was that like? >> it was -- it was really great. i mean, have you been there before? >> jimmy: no, it's on my list. [ laughter ] >> yes, it's good. it's a very different way of doing press to how they do it here in america. >> jimmy: how is it different? >> like, no one's yelling at you, which is good. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. "over here, mia! over here. mia, over here! over here." >> so, it's, like, almost strangely quiet. you just hear like shutters going off and -- [ makes camera sound effects ] yeah, pretty much just like that. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that must be tricky, yeah. >> so, it's a little different. but it's good. >> jimmy: that must be fun. it'd be gorgeous to go around there. do you want to explain what this movie is about to everybody? >> yes. it's a love triangle between -- it's about, like, a young girl who's very isolated and a bit of a loner. her uncle shows up out of nowhere, and so begins a love triangle between her mother, her uncle and her.
it's a psychological thriller. >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. >> and, yeah, it's very -- it's very different. >> jimmy: yeah. been there, done that. you know what i'm saying? [ laughter ] i do want to show you guys a clip of this movie. here's mia wasikowska in "stoker." take a look at this. >> what do you want from me? >> to be friends. >> we don't need to be friends. we're family. >> jimmy: eww. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now, we love you. you're one of my favorite actresses. >> oh, thank you so much. >> jimmy: thank you for coming back to the show. mia wasikowska, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "stoker" is in theaters on
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my thanks to christian slater, mia wasikowska. jason aldean once again! and the greatest band in late night, the roots, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for carson daly. thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow, everybody. bye-bye. thank you! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
captions paid for by nbc-universal television captions by vitac www.vitac.com ♪ >> carson: hey, welcome to the show, i'm carson daly. our setting is bar chloe and this is your "last call" line-up. tonight, we introduce you to the mastermind behind the brand new comedy central series "nathan for you," nathan fielder is coming up in the "spotlight." for our music, buckle in because we're heading to the mayan for the long awaited tv debut of the alt-metal super group tomahawk. that's going to be amazing. but first, jim jeffries is an australian comedian who is quietly taking the u.s. by storm. he's picked up rave reviews for his hbo and show time specials, and is a hot ticket item at the biggest comedy fest in the world. currently, you can find him starring in the filthy and funny fx series "legit." we go to beso in hollywood