tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC April 10, 2013 12:35am-1:35am PDT
>> oh, i'm so excited! >> it's the follow-up to our last album, "lines, vines and trying times." [ cheers and applause ] >> "lines -- vines -- and trying times." >> yeah. >> yeah, i have that one. anyway, i'm super-psyched for the new album! when does it come out? >> a little later this year. we're actually -- we just came out with a single, "pom poms." [ cheers and applause ] >> ew! i love pom poms. i kind of wanted to be a cheerleader -- [ laughter ] either that or ear, nose and throat doctor. >> it's good to have life goals. >> before i go, can you guys sign my poster? >> of course. >> we'd be happy to. >> all right. >> [ unintelligible ] -- my bff will -- >> all right. there you go. >> you totally signed over the faces. >> oh, we're sorry. do you have another one we could -- >> the faces are all written on.
>> oh, we could do it again, if you have another poster. >> this is the only poster i have! i'm so sad and i might cry. >> don't, don't cry. >> i'm sure we can figure something else out and make it up to you in some way. >> there's only one thing, that could make up for this. >> yeah, sure, what's that? >> i want a kiss. >> wow. >> all right. [ cheers and applause ] >> well, i hope i'm not interrupting anything, sara. >> ew, it's my step-dad, gary! >> come on, now, you don't want to be late for the show. >> i was just about to get a kiss from the jonas brothers! >> well, i'm sure you'll have another opportunity. come on now, let's skedaddle. >> ew!
>> catch you on the flippitty flop, joe bros. >> ew. >> ew. >> ew. [ cheers and applause ] >> ew. [ cheers and applause ] >> 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: welcome, everybody! thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] this is "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. welcome. we got a great show tonight. the jonas brothers are here! [ cheers and applause ] some fans out there. we hear you. any fans of one direction out there? [ cheers and applause ] you hear what happened with one direction? well, one direction singer harry styles had his pants pulled down by his band mate during a concert over the weekend. yeah, even ken dolls were like, "nothing to see here. nothing -- [ laughter ] go back to your business." here's some more music news. it's rumored that adele is in the early stages of planning her next album. [ cheers and applause ] or as her current boyfriend put
it, "well, we had a good run." [ laughter ] i thought this was interesting. this week on the "today" show, chelsea clinton said that she's open to running for a political office one day. [ laughter ] when she heard that, sasha obama was like, "cool, how does secretary of state sound?" [ laughter ] we can make that happen. i want to say happy birthday to hugh hefner, who turned 87 years old today. [ cheers and applause ] you can tell he's getting old because now he has to call the doctor if he's awake for four hours or more. [ light laughter ] some more celebrity news. ryan gosling is teaming up with peta -- [ cheers and applause ] teaming up with peta and calling on dairy farmers to treat cows more humanely. when the cows found out it was ryan gosling, they were like, "you can do whatever you want to me. [ laughter ] milk me." [ laughter ] what?
>> steve: what?! that's udder-ly ridiculous. >> jimmy: this is pretty cool. a prop phaser gun from the "star trek" tv show recently sold for $231,000 at auction, making it the most expensive thing you can point at someone right before they beat the crap out of you. [ laughter ] [ nerd voice ] "step back. get off of my lawn." [ laughter ] phaser control. you know what i'm talking about. get this. facebook founder mark zuckerberg said that he's challenging himself to meet a new person every day. yeah. if only there were just some website that would make it easy. [ laughter ] this is kind of strange. a town in alaska is considering
a law that would ban people from walking while drunk. [ laughter ] although it's going to be weird at a party when you're like, "give me your shoes, gary. i'm not gonna let you walk home like this! [ laughter ] you're making a big mistake!" "i'm fine." just walking extra careful. [ light laughter ] this is not good, you guys. last week, people broke into the home of miami heat star chris bosh's house and stole $479,000 worth of jewelry while he was at his birthday party. though, on the plus side, now his friends know what to get him next year. [ laughter ] jewelry. >> steve: jewelry. >> jimmy: check this out, you guys. nasa is planning to capture a giant 500-ton asteroid and move it closer to the moon so that astronauts can explore it. or as we'll say a few years from now. "hey, remember the moon?"
[ laughter and applause ] why would you -- all right, all right. ♪ why screw with the universe. just leave the asteroid where it is, please. here's a local story, here, you guys. new york city may soon impose a $1,000 fine on tourists who buy a knockoff handbag. and then officials were like, "but for you, my friend, i will make the fine $900. [ laughter ] you look cool. you look like a cool --" and finally, it was just announced that this year, bravo will let fans vote for the real housewives awards. or as they'll also be known, the silicone globes. [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight, we love her every time she stops by. from "the good wife,"
julianna margulies is back on the show. [ cheers and applause ] she's so fun. plus, from "parks and recreation," the hilarious adam scott is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] he's a good man. and we have music from jonas brothers! [ cheers and applause ] "pom poms." "pom poms," man. yeah. it's all about the "pom poms." >> steve: it's all about it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: "pom pom" it up. >> jimmy: hey, guys, it's time to take a look at stories making headlines today and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight, we'll be taking a look at the "pros and cons" of being kim jong-un. [ laughter ] sure, he seems like a bad guy, but -- >> steve: but -- >> jimmy: we always try to keep an open mind here and see both sides. so, let's take a look at the "pros and cons" of being kim jong-un. here we go.
pro, his people adore him. con, or else. [ laughter ] fair enough. >> steve: fair enough. >> jimmy: pro, he's got a soft side. con, it's called his body. [ laughter ] a little plump. little plump. >> steve: tiny bit. just a tad. >> jimmy: pro, he can do whatever he wants. con, except ride a roller-coaster. [ laughter ] >> steve: too short. >> jimmy: yeah, you got to be -- [ laughter ] rules are rules. >> steve: rules are rules. you gotta be this high to ride. >> jimmy: pro, he gets to follow in the footsteps is of his all-powerful father, kim jong-il. con, everyone at work still calls him lil' kim. [ laughter ] good to have a nickname. it's good to have a nickname. >> steve: he's got a hard road. big -- tiny shoes to fill. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: might be coming up, here. >> steve: oh, okay. [ laughter and applause ]
[ sad tuba ] >> jimmy: pro, he likes to relax by playing his favorite game. con, kim jong-uno. there ya go. [ laughter ] it's a fun game. >> steve: it's a fun game. >> jimmy: you have to draw four. pro, people have no idea what it's like to be in his shoes. [ laughter ] [ drumroll ] con, except toddlers who wear size 3. there you go! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: here. give it to me. i'll take it. i'll take it. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> steve: i'm sorry. >> jimmy: pro, in college, he played a lot of pick-up basketball. con, meaning the other players would pick him up and use him as the basketball. [ laughter ] is that what that means? i don't know. pro, he has a son. con, kim jong-unior. [ laughter ] >> steve: really? >> jimmy: kim jong-unior. >> steve: kim jong-unior? >> jimmy: unior, yeah? >> steve: that's the hamburger king over there, isn't it?
>> jimmy: pro, he has the temperament of his father. con, and the hair of ernie. [ laughter ] he went with the ernie. >> steve: the ernie or a moe, with the part. >> jimmy: and finally, pro, there are rumors he's hiding a miniaturized warhead. con, or as his wife put it, "trust me, he is." [ laughter ] that's the "pros and cons," you guys! [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with julianna margulies. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] pearls. hairbands. and now hot pink toes. seems tough for a tough dog like duke. but when it has to do with gwen, he's putty in her hands. for a love this strong, duke's family only feeds him iams. compared to other leading brands, it has 50% more animal protein... ...to help keep his body as strong as a love that can endure any fashion trend. iams. keep love strong.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. you look gorgeous, as always. >> oh, you're very kind, thank you. >> jimmy: how's it going? how's the family? how's the little guy? >> the little guy is awesome. >> jimmy: i love your son -- i mean, i've never met him, but i love hearing stories about him. [ laughter ] he's cute. he's into sports. >> he's very cute. he's very sweet. and really into sports. and last night we had a little bit of -- my husband and his family are from michigan. [ gasp ] >> jimmy: oh, the big game. >> yeah. >> jimmy: tough loss. >> it was -- yes. and it was a 9:30 game, it's a little late for a 5-year-old, so my husband had promised him -- in our house, my brother-in-law lives in the building, on the third floor, we're on the seventh floor and kieran's new thing is to go into the man cave to watch -- i call my brother-in-laws -- oh, my god, he doesn't know that. >> jimmy: oh, no. [ laughter ] oh, my gosh.
>> it's a very nice man cave. it's so well put together. no seriously. but i call it the man cave where all the guys watch sports and kieran's thing now is to go down there and watch sports with his dad and his uncle, whose name is jeff, but he calls him uncle jeffason. [ laughter ] and so, last night, i said -- you know, he was getting sleepy and i was reading to him, and i said, just a fall asleep and we'll wake you up at 9:30 so you can watch the game. and 9:30 came and there just was no moving a 5-year-old. he was dead to the world. >> jimmy: deadweight. >> could not -- >> jimmy: oh, i love those sleeps. [ light laughter ] >> i miss those sleeps. >> jimmy: i know, i remember going to disneyland and i wanted to stay up for the electric parade or whatever. slept through the whole thing. >> you did? you still remember it. see, this is going to mar him for the rest of his life. >> jimmy: every time i hear that song, i immediately go to sleep. no, no. [ laughter ] >> well, anyway, he slept. and then at 1:20 in the morning -- i didn't watch the game, nothing personal to michigan, i just, you know. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i've got a life. [ laughter and ohs ]
so i had gone to bed and my husband -- i hear my husband come in, i go, "honey, did you win?" he's like, "uh, no we lost." i said, "i'm sorry, i fell asleep." 1:20 in the morning, i see this little silhouette of this little boy holding his puppy in one hand -- stuffed puppy. [ laughter ] -- and he just starts to scream, "i missed the game! >> jimmy: oh no. >> you didn't wake" -- for an hour, sobbing, snot flying. it was like someone died. >> jimmy: when there's snot bubbles that means it's serious. >> it was bad. [ hyperventilating ] he couldn't talk. he was getting that -- [ hyperventilating ] i held him. i was holding him for an hour. >> jimmy: he loves sports, that kid. >> he's obsessed with sports. i mean, really. in fact, he said to me today, "why are you going" -- we wrapped a week ago, so i keep saying, "mama's home now." and then of course i left to come to your show. >> jimmy: thank you. >> yes. >> and he goes, "where you going, where you going, you said you weren't going to work."
he still can't say his rs. >> jimmy: cute. [ laughter ] >> apparently he'll grow out of that at 7. >> jimmy: i think it's cute, right? >> i love it. >> jimmy: yeah, just want to keep it -- you don't want to be old -- >> i said, "this is a good thing because jimmy is a friend of mama an dada's and he's staying in new york, he's bringing the "tonight show" to new york. he's a new yorker." [ cheers and applause ] so, my kid is an avid, avid -- any new york team. knicks, giants, yankees -- he's just a new yorker. so he wanted you to have this to say thank you for supporting new york. it's his jersey. [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: are you kidding me? how cute is this, man? [ cheers and applause ] oh, my gosh. how cute is that? >> it's really sweet. >> jimmy: i will retire this in the rafters, and next time he comes, when he's old enough to come to the show -- >> when he's old enough. but he was really -- >> jimmy: that's so thoughtful. >> he goes, "he likes the giants?" i'm like, "i'm sure he likes" -- do you like -- i don't know. you do now. >> jimmy: i do now. yes, of course. of course i love the giants, if he's watching. yeah. that is super-duper nice. >> yes, he'll stay up 'til 1:30 -- >> jimmy: thank you buddy, i appreciate that.
let's talk about "good wife." >> okay. >> jimmy: because now it's going in syndication. i don't know if -- does everyone know what that means? i don't even know if that's an inside term. syndication is basically when it's -- it's gonna be on everything, 24 hours a day. >> well, syndication is when -- usually, when a show gets to 100 episodes, it gets sold into syndication. it means that the show is a success and it gets sold, usually to another channel like tnt -- "e.r" was tnt. and, this time, since the whole world of television is changing and everyone likes to binge-watch. >> jimmy: yeah, me too. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i love it. >> we have sold on to a multi-platform of hulu, amazon, netflix. it's like -- you're gonna be able to binge-watch forever. >> jimmy: that's -- >> god help all of us. and -- and it's a huge deal. and it's the first time a network television series has sold to online streaming. >> jimmy: that's wild. >> so it's great. and it brings in a whole new group of people. >> jimmy: it does, right? >> it's very exciting, yeah. >> jimmy: because some people don't --
>> well, if they don't catch it at first -- like, with "e.r," i have been off the show for 10 years and suddenly they were doing binge runs of it on tnt, they would show it 18 times a week. and like 25 year old kids would come up to me on the street being like, "i love you on that show 'e.r.,' man. you're great." and i was like, "i've been off it for 10 years." >> jimmy: yeah, they think you're still on it. -- love it. >> so it brings in a whole new generation, which is great. >> jimmy: it's a good show, too. people should watch it. you've got one of the best casts in television right now. >> we're very lucky. >> jimmy: josh charles, unbelievable. alan cumming. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and, alan cumming, i went to see his show. >> alan cumming, everyone has to go see his one-man -- can i say it here? it's a scottish play. yes, i can, right? you know, actors think it superstitious if you say "macbeth" in a theater. but, we'll call this a studio. >> jimmy: yeah, it's a studio. >> you can never say the word "macbeth" when you're backstage in the theater. >> jimmy: is that right? >> you have to say -- you call it "the scottish play." oh, yeah. >> jimmy: i didn't know that. >> see, you learn something new everyday. >> jimmy: i love this. >> isn't this exciting? >> jimmy: i'll never -- not like i would ever slip and say that. >> but, yeah.
it's truly an amazing experience. >> jimmy: there it is. what's the "rock of ages?" -- this plays like "macbeth" -- [ laughter ] >> it is, but -- >> jimmy: apparently his "macbeth," i heard it's nuts. >> it's nuts. and i actually went with trepidation the first time i saw. it played this summer at lincoln center just for four runs, because shakespeare can be daunting. a one-man shakespeare show, you can't even get distracted by new costumes. >> jimmy: just one guy with a stool. you're going like -- >> but it's 90 minutes, no intermission, not a dry eye in the house. i was sobbing. it is beautiful. so i -- >> jimmy: oh, i love -- >> i highly recommend everyone go see it. >> jimmy: uh -- and then who else do you have? christine baranski. >> well, there's moments on our show -- i mean, i always feel -- i know i'm sort of the headliner of the show, but -- i was doing a scene where nathan lane, who was guest starring this season, crosses paths with alan cumming and then christine baranski, they're all coming sort of into my office to say something, and i stood there in rehearsal and i looked at them, i'm like, "i'm the only person here who doesn't have a tony." [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: they're really -- yeah, they are. they're really good. >> they're crazy. >> jimmy: cream of the crop. >> and then -- stockard channing plays my mom and she is unbelievable. >> jimmy: i love stockard channing. >> unbelievable. >> jimmy: rizzo from "grease." >> right. >> jimmy: hello. among many things. >> they'll be netflixing that soon. >> jimmy: she's super fun. >> um -- she's unbelievable. everyone has been just a pleasure and a joy. >> jimmy: well we're so happy that it's in syndication. and happy that you came to see us. >> thank you. >> jimmy: now -- let's get to business. i always challenge you to something, a game or something ridiculous. >> i love a game. >> jimmy: and i want to challenge you to a fun game. would you like to play one? >> i would love to play a game. >> jimmy: we're going to play catchphrase when we come back. julianna margulies and i. come on back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ oh, he's a fighter alright. since aflac is helping with his expenses while he can't work, he can focus on his recovery. he doesn't have to worry so much about his mortgage, groceries, or even gas bills. kick! kick... feel it! feel it! feel it! nice work!
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey everybody, we are back with our favorite julianna margulies, the emmy award-winning star of "the good wife," which airs sunday nights at 9:00 p.m. on cbs. julianna and i are about to play a game of catchphrase. we're joined tonight by our teammates from the studio audience. guys, what are you names and where are you from? >> i'm naomi makoski and i'm from new jersey. >> jimmy: hey, welcome.
♪ [ applause ] >> i'm andrew jarretts, i'm from park ridge, illinois. >> jimmy: hey, welcome, buddy! ♪ [ applause ] thank you for being here. thank you for being at our show. we're going to play catchphrase. here's how it works. julianna will start the game by pressing the start button on this buzzer, okay? and then you draw a clue from the top of the pile. you've got your teammates to guess the correct clue as quickly as possible and hand the buzzer off to the person on your right. you can be physical, you can say anything, but you can't say any word in the actual clue. and if you're holding the buzzer when it goes off, your team loses that round. first team -- to win two rounds wins the whole thing. i don't know what the prize is, like a t-shirt? turtle wax and a t-shirt. >> excellent. can't wait to win. >> jimmy: all right. margulies, you're first, pal. >> i'm so nervous. >> jimmy: press start and draw your clue. >> where do we all go? >> jimmy: i go here and you go here. >> i press start first or draw the clue and then press start?
>> jimmy: start first. >> it's like -- >> jimmy: is it working? >> i pressed it. [ beeping ] it's what you do at a playground and it's playground -- >> merry-go-round, carousel. >> it's -- >> jimmy: playground? >> it's the -- it's a big, it's a big -- >> ferris wheel. >> yes. to the right. >> jimmy: to the right. correct. >> oh, i'm so nervous. >> okay, two words, the first word is, different word for money. >> jimmy: cash? >> yes. second word is farm animal and it's -- >> jimmy: cow. cash cow! >> yes! [ cheers ] >> all right, so you can do this at the great barrier reef. you see really beautiful things. >> deep diving -- deep sea diving. >> what's another word for that? >> snorkeling. >> awesome. >> jimmy: oh okay! -- if you get this -- >> beard? >> jimmy: a car accident or something. >> a neck brace. >> jimmy: but this -- >> oh, uh -- [ mumbling ] >> jimmy: you can't talk. this part, it's not your chin, it's your -- >> your jaw. >> yeah. and if you put a key in a door, you -- >> jaw -- >> jimmy: if you put a key in. >> jaw lock. jaw lock. lock jaw! >> jimmy: yes! [ cheers and applause ] [ buzzer ]
>> look what happened. what -- what -- why are you jumping up and down? ♪ ♪ did you just win that? seriously? oh, my god. seriously, you just won that? >> jimmy: yeah. that was awesome. the buzzer went off -- right? >> they got jaw lock. >> jimmy: yeah, jaw lock and then i said -- >> okay. >> jimmy: lock jaw. >> okay. so, now we start again? >> jimmy: i didn't mean to rub it in. was that a little bit over the top? >> no, i liked it. okay. so, i press this button here. >> jimmy: okay, yeah. >> and then -- okay. [ beeping ] okay. ♪ plop, plop, fizz, fizz oh, what a relief it is ♪ it's what you put in -- two things, when you have a cold. oh, my god! [ laughter ] what? >> alka seltzer? >> yes! [ talking over each other ] >> indians smoke this in a
circle in a tent. >> jimmy: peace pipe? >> yes. [ cheers ] >> it's a phrase, the first is not three, not one, but -- >> two. >> okay, great. and what's the dance move, it's not the samba. >> two -- tango. it's the tango. it's a phrase. takes two to tango. >> yes. >> jimmy: okay. if you get sick and you vomit you -- it's three words. you -- if you don't win you -- >> you lose. >> jimmy: that's the first word. >> lose your. >> jimmy: not breakfast but -- >> lose your lunch, lose your dinner? >> jimmy: yes. [ cheers ] >> um, it doesn't melt in your hand it -- [ buzzer ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: the reigning champ! the reigning champ! my thanks to julianna margulies, right there. [ cheers and applause ] adam scott joins us after the break. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] degree antiperspirant does more for you,
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>> jimmy: our next guest stars along with amy poehler and aziz ansari on nbc's hilarious show, "parks and recreation," which airs thursday nights at 8:30 p.m. please welcome back to our show the very funny and talented adam scott, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome, my friend. >> what a nice welcome! >> jimmy: nice to see you. >> thank you. nice to see you. >> jimmy: and a happy belated birthday. >> oh, thank you very much. >> jimmy: you had a big birthday. >> i did. i turned 40 years young last week. >> jimmy: wow. [ cheers and applause ] fantastic. you do look very young. you have a young-looking face. >> oh, thank you very much. >> jimmy: how was 40? did that mean anything to you? >> well, you know, as it approached, i was kind of -- i thought, like, oh, who cares? >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's not a big deal. like, just a number. a lot of people turn 40. i don't care. >> jimmy: no.
>> but then, when we were, like, two months out, i was suddenly kind of, like, well, oh, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. i actually don't want this to happen. [ light laughter ] but then it just happened. there was nothing i could do about it. >> jimmy: you can't stop your birthday from coming up. >> no. no, you absolutely can't. i found that out. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but i did -- you know, i've just kind of found myself -- all of a sudden, i'm moving much slower. it takes me, like, 15 minutes to take out the garbage. >> jimmy: no, that's not true. >> i find myself in rooms and i have no idea, like, how i got there or what i'm doing. >> jimmy: oh, my god. all because you turned 40? >> just -- ever since last week. >> jimmy: oh, my god. are you taking any different medications or something? >> not that i know of, but i probably am, because i don't even know what's happening. >> jimmy: yeah. well, you're in new york city right now. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you're on "late night." >> thank you very much. is that what i'm doing right now? >> jimmy: yes, that's what you're doing right now. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you're welcome. you grew up in california, right? >> santa cruz, california. yeah. >> jimmy: santa cruz. >> yeah. really? really? all right. >> jimmy: yeah.
they don't lie. >> no. >> jimmy: no. >> you have a very honest audience. >> jimmy: they're like shakira's hips. [ laughter ] yeah. what was santa cruz like? what did you do there? >> santa cruz is a beautiful little, like, seaside town. they filmed "lost boys" there. it's beautiful. >> jimmy: one of my favorite movies, yeah. >> awesome. very much kind of a hippie stoner town when i was growing up there. >> jimmy: yeah. >> which is great fun for the people that live there. i had this job -- i delivered pizzas for a summer, and -- >> jimmy: it kept you busy. >> it kept me busy because, like, i would arrive at smoke-filled apartments where there's, like, four dudes and they ordered, you know, six pepperoni pizzas. we also had movies, vhs movies -- again, i'm 40. [ laughter ] so -- >> jimmy: wait. it was a pizzeria/video store? >> yes, so you deliver -- i would deliver, like, four pepperoni pizzas, two pints of ben and jerry's and "blade runner." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a party right there, man. >> yeah, you know what those guys were up to.
murder. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes, of course. they're murdering people. how's my man jon hamm doing? >> hamm's good. >> jimmy: we love hamm. >> he and i made this show called "the greatest event in television history." >> jimmy: yeah, explain this. how did this come about? >> well, he and i one night were just kind of e-mailing youtube links to each other of opening credits sequences for, like, '80s tv shows that we grew up with, like "magnum, p.i." and "riptide" and all these shows. and after about an hour of it -- >> jimmy: "riptide." >> do you remember "riptide"? >> jimmy: wait. was that, like, two vietnam vets and a robot? >> jimmy: yes. [ laughter ] there was a robot. and they lived on a boat in a yacht harbor. >> jimmy: yeah, and the robot was the funny one. >> yeah. >> jimmy: he would make jokes like, "ha ha." >> yeah. >> jimmy: and, like, yeah. what a weird show! >> he got all the laughs. >> jimmy: he got all the laughs. yeah, they wrote just for the robot. >> joe penny and perry king. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. anyway, let's talk about "riptide" for, like, 40 minutes. >> jimmy: there are some weird shows out there. what was the one -- >> so -- so, after about an hour of e-mailing these back and forth, we found --
the last one we e-mailed -- we e-mailed it at the exact same time -- was a show called "simon and simon." do you remember "simon and simon"? [ cheers ] >> jimmy: yeah, there were -- yeah. it was, like, detectives. they have -- >> yes. there were brothers, and they were detectives. >> jimmy: did they have moustaches? >> yeah, gerald mcraney had a moustache. >> jimmy: yeah. a lot of shooting and rolling around. >> shooting, rolling. >> jimmy: rolling over cars and stuff. >> so, i thought the only logical conclusion to us e-mailing that at the same time was we need to do, like, a meticulous shot-for-shot recreation of this opening title sequence. so we did, and we modestly called it "the greatest event in television history." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a very modest title. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> so, yeah. so, we -- we made that. and it's really, really, just very stupid. >> jimmy: is it going to air anywhere? >> it aired on adult swim, but it's on youtube forever, so -- you can watch it. >> jimmy: it will live forever. well, i want to show everybody the clip of "simon and simon," first, just so we know what we're dealing with. >> oh, sure. great. >> jimmy: here's "simon and simon."
♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is a great theme song, too. ♪ >> oh, it's the best. i have it in my car, and sometimes i put it on and crank it. great song. >> jimmy: that is a great song. >> yeah, yeah. and now, here's the greatest -- one of "the greatest moments in television history." >> well, we'll see. >> jimmy: well, that is the name of your show. >> that's true. >> jimmy: "the greatest event in television history." yeah. >> that's true. >> jimmy: here's the remake of "simon and simon." ♪ [ cheers ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: how fun is that? >> it was so fun. it was so fun. >> jimmy: that is so fun. >> yeah, it was -- it was a lot
of work and a total waste of time, but it was super fun. >> jimmy: that's great! are you going to do more? >> we have one that's airing june 6th on adult swim and it's -- i can say that it stars amy poehler and i. >> jimmy: no way! [ cheers and applause ] >> and horatio sanz. >> jimmy: and horatio sanz? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: amy poehler. so it's a guy/girl sitcom. >> yep. >> jimmy: "mork and mindy." >> nope. no, it's an hour-long show. >> jimmy: ooh. >> i can't say what it is because of very strict rules that, like -- >> jimmy: you made up in your head, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay. [ laughter ] well, i just want to come up with other ideas and fun bits for you to do. >> yeah, i know. it's fun to try and think of other ones we should do. >> jimmy: yeah. >> we are going to do two more after -- we'll do three more of them this year. >> jimmy: that's great! >> yeah, it's super fun. >> jimmy: well, next time you do another one, you'll have to bring it back and show it to us. >> yeah, absolutely. >> jimmy: debut it here. no, adult swim wouldn't like that. >> that would be great. they don't care. >> jimmy: yeah. they don't? >> no. >> jimmy: okay, perfect. let's talk about your other show, "parks and recreation."
>> yes. >> jimmy: congratulations on that. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: how's amy poehler? how's our pal doing? >> great. everybody's -- everybody's doing great. >> jimmy: we love amy. we love her so much. you have a great cast as well over there. and this year, what are you guys doing? you're married. >> we're married now. and chris pratt and i have kind of gone into business together a little bit. and so he and aziz ansari's character and my character are going around trying to get people to donate money to a charitable foundation. and we go to one of the worst people in pawnee, dennis feinstein, played by jason mantzoukas, and ask him for money. and he's just a horrible -- i think he may be an admitted murderer. like, he's a terrible, terrible person. >> jimmy: it's just a fun show. i love it so much. you can have just a murderer there. >> we have a clip. here's adam scott, aziz and chris pratt in "parks and recreation." take a look at this. >> dennis feinstein belongs to a new generation of wealth. rappers, tech geniuses, x games medalists and, of course, scent artists.
the man owns a rolexus. it's a lexus filled with rolexes. >> what's the point of that? >> to have it, which he does. >> okay, i'll lay out the benefits of donating, tom will flatter and schmooze as only tom can. andy, you know, this is just a learning experience for you, so you just watch and listen. >> i had to pull a lot of strings to get this meeting, so, please, no one embarrass me. ben, put on something decent, like a tux. andy, you're hopeless. just take a shower. >> i already took what i call a dwyer shower. i rub my armpits with air fresheners. new car. >> jimmy: new car. [ cheers and applause ] adam scott, everybody. "parks and recreation" airs thursday nights at 8:30 p.m. here on nbc. jonas brothers perform next, so you want to come back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ phoebe ] stress sweat. it can happen any time, to anyone!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests are here tonight to debut their new single, "pom poms," from their upcoming fifth album. [ cheers ] they'll be back on the road starting july 10th in chicago for a summer tour presented by huawei. [ cheers and applause ] tickets go on sale this saturday, april 13th.
please welcome back to the show jonas brothers! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ oh i love it when your hands are free so baby put your pom poms down for me ♪ ♪ come on shake it up one, two, three baby put your pom poms down for me ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ miles away just to see how you get down feels like an earthquake every time you come around ♪ ♪ hear 'em say yeah yeah every time feels like a revival ♪ ♪ so get up right now we're comin' for the title ♪ ♪ oh i love it
when your hands are free so baby put your pom poms down for me ♪ ♪ come on shake it up one, two, three baby put your pom poms down for me ♪ ♪ when you move i fall to my knees baby put your pom poms down for me ♪ ♪ come on shake it up five, four, three baby put your pom poms down for me ♪ ♪ i want you on my team want you like a kid just wants a milkshake ♪ ♪ and i won't let it go to waste if i get a taste i'm gonna drink the whole thing ♪ ♪ hear 'em say yeah yeah every time feels like a revival ♪ ♪ so get up right now we're comin' for the title ♪ ♪ oh i love it when your hands are free baby put your pom poms down for me ♪ ♪ come on shake it up one, two, three
baby put your pom poms down for me ♪ ♪ when you move i fall to my knees baby put your pom poms down for me ♪ ♪ come on shake it up five, four, three baby put your pom poms down for me ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ if you wanna see me put my pom poms down then sing it to me baby sing it right now ♪ ♪ na na na na na na na na na na na na na na yeah yeah ♪ ♪ if you wanna see me put my pom poms down then sing it to me baby sing it right now ♪ ♪ na na na na na na na na na na na na na na yeah yeah ♪ ♪ oh i love it when your hands are free baby put your pom poms down for me ♪ ♪ come on shake it up one, two, three baby put your pom poms down for me ♪
♪ when you move i fall to my knees baby put your pom poms down for me ♪ ♪ come on shake it up five, four, three baby put your pom poms down for me ♪ ♪ me me oh come on ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: jonas brothers! visit jonasbrothers.com for details about their summer tour. we'll be right back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to julianna margulies, adam scott, jonas brothers, once again! [ cheers and applause ] 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. thank you! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪
♪ captions paid for by nbc-universal television captions by vitac www.vitac.com ♪ >> carson: well hello, everybody. i'm carson daly, this is "last call." tonight, we're at koi restaurant in west hollywood. here's what we got for you. in just a bit, you're gonna meet a fantastic young filmmaker here to talk about his latest project. sean dunne and "oxyana" are the subjects of our spotlight tonight coming up.
we'll also head to the troubadour. great music tonight courtesy of curtis peoples. more on that in a minute. but first, we kick things off with the hardest working man in showbiz. over the course of his 50 plus year career, he has seen, and literally done it all. and this august, he makes his return to the world of the daily talk show. from valbella in new york city, here he is. the one and only, regis philbin. ♪ >> carson: i remember you came on my show and you said -- [ as regis ] "carson daly, where have you been? i haven't seen you!" >> well, because i -- >> carson: and just 'cause i was off the grid, you know, making a transition from mtv to nbc. i wanted to do a super late night show. i loved charlie rose, i loved bob costas. i wanted to do something with a little more gravitas, a little more, you know? and here comes reege -- "millionaire," you're saving abc. and it's "carson daly, you suck!" >> i did -- never said that! will you stop that? >> carson: go to youtube and look. ♪ >> how many cameras do you need, for god's sake? i've never seen anything like six cameras. >> carson: good to see you. this is what you hav h