tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC June 20, 2013 12:35am-1:36am PDT
that is they let me -- we have gates to go in my neighborhood. >> jay: right. >> and, i mean, you just take, like, two turns and you're at my house. so i get in the driver's seat, get all my seat -- i pull it up so i could see, and i put the music on, and just adjust it. and be, like, just turn, and then i'm there. >> jay: and then that's it. [ laughter ] well, that's great. well, you have a wonderful career ahead of you. we're all very excited. you seem like a very nice young girl. so congratulations on everything. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: j chris newberg, thank you, buddy. and, of course, david gregory! and tomorrow night, kristin davis will be here. but "jimmy fallon" is happening now. jimmy, take it! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. that's a great new york city crowd right there. looking good. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. you guys feeling good tonight? [ cheers and applause ] here's what people are talking about. this whole spying scandal at the white house is not going away. in fact, it was just announced that president obama will meet up with a group of regular americans to hear their concerns about the white house surveillance program. or more accurately, rehear them. [ laughter ] more political news. a new report predicts that the senate's immigration bill will reduce the deficit by $200 billion. when they heard that, even republicans were like, "hola!" [ laughter ] did you guys see the game between the heat and the spurs last night? [ cheers and applause ] the heat made a crazy last second comeback, and i noticed that lebron james played most of the fourth quarter in overtime without his trademark headband. at which point he was like, i guess this wasn't a magic headband. [ laughter ] the magic was inside me all along.
[ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter and applause ] that was a good freeze frame there. yeah, i like that. ♪ this is not good, you guys. men's warehouse founder and spokesman george zimmer has been fired after 40 years with the company. [ audience aws ] yeah, they fired their founder. i don't know about you but i do not like the way this looks. [ laughter ] i guarantee it. you guys see cher last night? cher went on "the voice." sounds great, but she made a definite hair choice that people are talking about. look at this photo here. look at that. [ laughter ] i've never seen that before. i think her wig is wearing a wig. [ laughter ] that's the first i have ever seen that. this is very interesting. a new survey found that 70% of
americans admit to going through the motions at their job. the other 30% -- blah, blah, blah. punchline, you get the gist. [ laughter ] ♪ you didn't freeze frame it. [ laughter ] ♪ now you got to freeze frame it. [ laughter ] it's doesn't look fun, if you don't freeze frame it. that just looks like i was prancing. that's not "karate kid." let's do it again. you got to freeze it. ready? ♪ [ cheers and applause ] it looks like it just bowled a really awesome bowling ball. [ laughter ] all right, we can do this. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ]
you're the best. check this out. researchers in michigan recently discovered a message in a bottle that was sent in 1915. which is even weirder when you find out it said, "don't let cher wear that wig." [ laughter ] you guys noticed that wednesday nights for prime time tv -- i've noticed there's a lot of cooking shows. like fox's "master chef with gordon ramsey." and over on cbs there's "the american baking competition with jeff foxworthy." both great shows. two different shows. two very different hosts. check it out. >> it's still moving. it's that [ bleep ] raw. >> what are we making today? >> -- [ bleep ] with steak tartare! >> that's really good. >> this is egg vomit. >> good. >> oh, guys, please. >> bakers, five minutes 'til one fo the happiest moments of my life! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i love that.
it's so different. [ applause ] you gotta be ready for that freeze. that was a good one, i think. [ light laughter ] ready? ♪ all right. that's a weird story here. last week, fishermen in florida reeled in 55 pounds of cocaine floating in the water. so as florida law clearly states, if it's not over 60 pounds of cocaine, you have to throw it back. 55 pounds of cocaine. although, you know, the fisherman probably told everyone it was 100 pounds. [ laughter ] i read that nasa is challenging people to help them figure out a better way to find threatening asteroids. people were like, "what do we get if you pick our idea?" and nasa was like, "to live." [ laughter ] nasa is looking for a better way to find and destroy threatening asteroids, which is great because our current system doesn't make me feel too safe. look at our current system. it just doesn't feel right. [ light laughter ] and finally, i saw that the
"today show" is renovating its studio here at rockefeller center. yep. producers say it will be nice seeing something get hammered besides kathie lee and hoda. there you go. we have a great show tonight. i love you guys. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we got a fun show tonight, guys. i want to introduce our guest announcer tonight. that's gary hayes from duluth, georgia. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] fantastic job. he's the winner of the charitybuzz auction, benefiting the mayor's fund to support new york city and hurricane sandy relief. thank you for donating that, and you did a great job tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: you're a good man. we have a great show tonight. his new the stand-up movie, "let me explain" hits theaters july 3rd. the hilarious kevin hart is here. [ cheers and applause ] also, we love it when she stops by. from hbo's "the newsroom," olivia munn is coming back here! [ cheers and applause ]
our video game week continues. aisha tyler we will be here with the demo of the new cyber adventure game watch dogs. it's a fun game. [ applause ] i think it's going to be game of the year. i think. it's just a fun game. it's like grand theft auto-y type of hacking game. it's really cool. and we have great music from chvrches tonight. [ cheers and applause ] making a debut, i think. love chvrches. we have to thank at&t for sponsoring video game week. we couldn't do it without them. thank you at&t for making it all happen. [ cheers and applause ] very cool people. as you know, we're always striving to get better here at "late night." ♪ harder, better faster, stronger ♪ [ laughter ] so before every show, we put out a suggestion box for the audience just to get some feedback about what you guys think of the show, things you like to see us do. that kind of stuff. so tonight, let's look inside the "audience suggestion box." ♪ ♪ suggestion box
>> jimmy: there we go, right here. first one is from jeff osmond. says, "hey, jimmy, i love watching the nba finals and i love playing video games. you should do something that combines the two." that's a good suggestion, jeff. i think we can do that. here's a clip form this years nba finals, and we replaced the actual sound of the game with video game sound effects. [ video game sounds ] there we go. very nice there. [ cheers and applause ] good suggestion, jeff. this one's from lauren grimshaw. "hey, jimmy, can you find someone in the audience who looks like a cross between egon from 'ghostbusters' and mclovin." [ laughter ] cross between egon from "ghostbusters" and mclovin? let's check the audience. see if we can find someone. yeah, he looks about right, right there. [ laughter ] [ applause ]
it's fun to be an intern on our show. it really is. [ laughter ] >> cruel. >> jimmy: this is from charlie rockwell. "hey, jimmy, my favorite video game is super mario brothers. i love the theme song, but i wish there were lyrics to it. you should do something about that." it's a great suggestion, charlie. as it turns out tariq from the roots is one of the biggest gamers out there. isn't that right? >> tariq: yeah, i'm a huge game freak. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: do you think that you can try to doing a rap to the mario theme song? >> tariq: i can give it a try. ♪ ♪ from where my inspiration comes nobody knows but i kept my pockets double stuffed like oreos ♪ ♪ just creating this digital kingdom of the mario it all began on donkey kong people just has jumpman ♪ ♪ getting his monkey on and trying to save daisy was making him crazy he come a long ♪ ♪ since those 8-bit '80s
but who knew in the future he was killing goombas and super princess peach from king of the koopas ♪ ♪ we threw a cable in his back and he became super these are the life and times of a mushroom trooper ♪ ♪ his brother is a coward could be divine intervention from a higher power ♪ ♪ but mario defends luigi spitting fire flowers it is weird that it's been all these years ♪ ♪ since he originally appeared but mario's still here ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about, right there. give it up for tariq! [ cheers and applause ] big -- big, huge gamer. every time i see him, he's always gaming, man. a game freak. this one's from katie clark. "hey, jimmy, i love the line, 'it's-a me, mario.' but i'd really love to see a dramatic reading of it. can you just have a professional actor perform just that line in a very dramatic way?" sure, i'd love to see that. so ladies and gentlemen, here's a professional actor reading the
line, "it's-a me, mario" in a very dramatic way. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ all right, whenever you're ready. take it away. ♪ >> it's-a me -- mario. [ light laughter ] it's-a me, mario. [ laughter ] it's-a me, mario! [ laughter ] it's-a me, mario! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: give it up for a professional actor dramatically reading, "it's-a me, mario." [ cheers and applause ] ♪
this's next one's from thomas bozman. "jimmy, i love simon and garfunkel, but i really love black simon and garfunkel. could you have them on?" well, it's funny you mention it. last night i was having a pimm's cup uptown at monique's, and i saw them perform. they really brought the house down. so here to perform a song, ladies and gentlemen, off their box set, here's black simon and garfunkel, you guys. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ we've come too far to give up who we are so let's raise the bar and our cups to the stars ♪ ♪ she's up all night to the sun i'm up all night to get some ♪ ♪ she's up all night for to have fun i'm up all night to get lucky ♪ ♪ we're up all night to get lucky
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by the star of recent hit comedies like "death at a funeral" and "think like a man," as well as the hit b.e.t. series, "real husbands of hollywood." his new stand-up film, "kevin hart: let me explain" will be in theaters wednesday, july 3rd. give it up for a talented and hardworking man. here's kevin hart, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: kevin hart! >> what's going on, my man? >> jimmy: kevin hart! >> what's up, everybody? what's up? what's up? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for coming to see us. >> thank you for having me see you. what's up, philadelphia? [ cheers ] lot of philadelphia in the building.
>> jimmy: lot of philadelphia in the building. >> lot of philadelphia in the building. >> jimmy: and you're here on video game week, as well. >> yes, i am. >> jimmy: are you a gamer? >> i'm beyond a gamer. >> jimmy: really? >> i take it very serious, jimmy. >> jimmy: you really do. >> very serious. i'm not even laughing. >> jimmy: yeah, you don't have fun. you don't laugh at all. >> i don't laugh when i play. it's not a game to me. >> jimmy: and what -- yeah. [ light laughter ] now, what non-games do you play? >> what non-games do i play for not fun? >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> i'm a heavy nba 2k guy. you know, call of duty. i played that for several days without washing. [ laughter and applause ] yeah, call of duty, you gotta look up and remember, "you know, i didn't bathe today." >> jimmy: "yeah, yeah, i got to do something. [ laughter ] yeah, i got --" >> i was kissing my babies. i didn't brush my teeth once today. >> jimmy: yeah, that's not good. >> this is not good. [ light laughter ] my lesson's aren't going good in this household, no. call of duty, 2k -- those are my two main games. >> jimmy: yeah. >> madden -- i'm a madden guy, too. >> jimmy: oh, madden -- >> madden, very serious. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, i'm good -- i'm good at madden. >> you play for real? >> jimmy: yeah. >> are you a headset guy? >> jimmy: yeah. >> like, online? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i don't believe the look in your eye, jimmy. i don't know if i believe it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, you know what it is? i do do it, but i don't really like the conversations when i talk to strangers. >> oh, i do. that's the best part.
>> jimmy: really? >> yeah, i cussed this little boy out one time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, kevin, you shouldn't do that. >> no, no. that's the best part about it. that's why you do it. 'cause they don't know who you are. >> jimmy: exactly. >> you can say bad things. [ laughter ] yeah, i've said some bad things. >> jimmy: yeah, you said some rough things -- >> i told this little boy there's no way he was gonna finish school the way i was beating him. i was beating him so bad. i said, "there's no way you have an education, losing this bad." >> jimmy: that's very nice. >> "i'm only 9!" shut up. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we have adrian peterson coming here friday with madden, the new madden. >> yeah, you tell adrian peterson i'd kick his ass if he wanted to play. [ laughter ] you tell him. >> jimmy: kevin, you're aggressive. >> yeah, i'm very aggressive. i told you, it's not a game. >> jimmy: you don't play. >> i actually play in a helmet. yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you actually wear a football helmet. >> i wear a football helmet. [ laughter ] just in case. >> jimmy: just in case. >> just in case. >> jimmy: yeah, you never know. >> 'cause it looks so real. sometimes i get scared. hey! >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, exactly. >> all right. >> jimmy: you know the roots. >> i do know the roots, man. >> jimmy: you're hosting what? is it the fourth of july jam? >> yes, it is. yes, it is. >> jimmy: in your hometown ofs philly. >> hometown philadelphia. it's going to be a big weekend, man. [ cheers and applause ] big weekend, man. >> jimmy: who else is on the roster then?
>> we got some other philly natives on the roster. i believe we got jill scott. she's on the roster. [ scattered applause ] j. cole, a great artist, is on the roster. >> jimmy: love j. cole. [ scattered applause ] >> who else, man? >> questlove: demi lovato. >> demi lovato. >> there you go. okay. >> questlove: grace potter, john mayer. >> yep. >> jimmy: john mayer? >> you going to say everything, quest. [ laughter ] why don't you just give me a chance to answer some of 'em? [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] i appreciate you, quest. i didn't know any. i appreciate you. [ laughter ] i had nothing. thank you. >> jimmy: it's gonna be fun. do you get a lot of hometown love? >> dude, you know what, man? i am in love with the city of brotherly love. i'm philadelphia, born and raised. [ cheers and applause ] so, the fact that i get to go back and participate in big things like this is huge. i mean, philly made me, jimmy, you know? you probably looking at me right now. you're like, "yo, this dude is so cool. he's so tall." [ laughter ] how? how? you know? how does he get like this? >> jimmy: yeah. >> well, philly did this, you know? if i didn't have philadelphia in my life, man, i wouldn't be funny. i wouldn't have the wit that i have. all that stuff came from
philadelphia. truth is, jimmy, i got chased home a lot of my youth. [ laughter ] that's when i decided, i got to be funny 'cause fighting ain't doing it. [ laughter ] i'm not winning. >> jimmy: i'm breaking down the layers of kevin hart here. yeah, this is good. i got to say, you were great on "saturday night live." >> thank you. >> jimmy: "saturday night live" was great with macklemore. >> yep. >> jimmy: loved that. that was a great show. but then, i found out that you auditioned for "snl." >> i did audition for "snl." >> jimmy: do you remember that day? >> yeah, jimmy, 'cause i didn't get it. thank you. [ laughter and applause ] no, no, no. this is going great, jimmy. thank you. this going great. >> jimmy: make you feel real good. >> no, way to bring me down. >> jimmy: no, it -- what went wrong? >> well, everything went wrong. here's the thing. and i talked about this when i did "snl." you know, they said, "kevin, do some impressions." now, my thing, people -- i didn't really do impressions at the time. i'm just a funny guy. so, i said, "okay, you want impressions." i assumed that i could do impressions. i chose to do avery johnson. [ light laughter ] here's the thing about doing avery johnson. nobody knew who avery johnson was. >> jimmy: who is --
[ laughter ] that's not a great impression to start with, yeah. >> avery johnson is a basketball coach now. at the time, he was a player, but i was the only one who followed his career at the time -- [ laughter ] -- because i remember doing the impression at the end, people were looking at me, and i was like, "you guys have no idea how good of a avery johnson --" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the best avery johnson, yeah. >> that's a great avery johnson. >> jimmy: that's the only one you're gonna see all day, too. >> that went nowhere. i just remember seeing somebody throw a tablet down. i don't know what that meant. >> jimmy: they were angry. >> that's how frustrated they were. >> jimmy: they were mad. >> and, like, i heard something slam in the trash can, and then, i tried to do denzel, but i didn't know none of his lines. so, i just started cussing. [ laughter ] i just started doing a bunch of cussing. >> jimmy: you can't do that. >> no, i set black people back in that audition. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, didn't do good. >> i guarantee they didn't have us back for a minute. "you know what? let's ease up on the black character guys for a minute. let's just see what else we can get." it was bad. it was real bad. >> jimmy: but boy -- but how's your comedy changed? i mean, were you -- >> well, it's changed good 'cause i don't do any impressions, jimmy.
if i did impressions, i would be in the same place as i was then. >> jimmy: yeah. >> although, i do -- i do do a very good, like, london voice. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah, okay. >> jimmy: like a british accent? >> yeah, well, i call it london voice. >> jimmy: yeah, london voice. [ laughter ] you trademarked that, yeah. >> okay, are you ready? >> jimmy: yes. >> okay, don't make me nervous. okay. >> jimmy: yeah. [ with cockney accent ] >> i don't like to eat nutty butter. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: what do you -- you don't like to eat nuh-y buh-er? [ with cockney accent ] >> i don't like to eat nutty butter. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: never heard of nuh-y buh-er. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: but that's pretty good. i don't like to eat nuh-y buh-er. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i want to talk to you about your stand up movie. [ with cockney accent ] >> what you wan' to talk abou'? >> jimmy: no, you don't do keep doing that. nutty butter. yeah, you don't have do that. >> okay. >> jimmy: it was very good. that's a very good london voice. [ with british accent ] i don't like to eat -- we won't talk about nutty butter. [ light laughter ] >> did you see the look of disgust on his face when i tried that again? no, no, that's it. >> jimmy: no, no, don't do that. >> it's over. the moment's over. >> jimmy: we're not doing that today. >> it's over. >> jimmy: "let me explain." this is -- that's what it's called. >> yes, it is. "let me explain." >> jimmy: "kevin hart: let me explain." >> yes. >> jimmy: it's hilarious from
start to finish. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and basically, it's you -- it starts with you at a party. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: and just people are coming up and just saying the meanest, most wrong stuff to you. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: and then, you go, "i got to speak my mind." >> let me explain. >> jimmy: yeah, let me explain. let me explain what it's really about. and you go to madison square garden. and this is a real concert. you sold out madison square garden. congratulations. >> people, i don't think you heard what he said. and if you don't clap -- [ cheers and applause ] ♪ that was a daggone big deal, man, especially as a comedian. you know, like -- >> jimmy: yeah, well, who else has done it? eddie murphy? >> eddie murphy. >> jimmy: chris rock? >> chris rock, george carlin, andrew dice clay and dane cook. that's it. it's a list of five. and now, kevin hart is number six. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's amazing. to see what you do in the movies, too, i got to give you props for that. 'cause you go all-around the world. >> yes. >> jimmy: you were in, like, stockholm. you're in, like, amsterdam. >> we went to oslo, norway. stockholm, we went to amsterdam. >> jimmy: that's amazing. >> it was unbelievable.
i mean, for me, the reason i wanted to put this movie out theatrically is because, you know, my fans that support so much -- we were doing arenas worldwide. but i was like, there's such an amazing journey that people don't get a chance to see. so, put this all together and finish it off in madison square garden hasn't been done before, and it's been a long time since a stand-up film has been released theatrically. so, i said, "you know what? i'm going to try to do it and attempt to do it at madison." i guess we say -- and a overwhelming number of people say, they not only respect my work ethic -- but look at me and say, "wow, this guys did lots this year, and i understand it and i get it. and i see why he wanted us to see it." it's pretty big, man. i actually looked at it myself the other day. and i thought to myself, jimmy -- i was like -- [ with cockney accent ] that is bloody good. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] you don't have to -- -- another london voice. london voice again. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i got to say, the -- i don't want to spoil the end. >> the ending. >> jimmy: but after -- you know what i'm talking about? >> yeah, where i get emotional. where i cry. you know, you're full of bad moments today, jimmy, you know? [ laughter ] between this -- >> jimmy: no, that's not a bad moment.
>> well, no, i just think you're just trying to really bring my masculinity down while i'm up here, man. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, look, we found out that you wear a football helmet when you play madden, and you cry when you do stand-up. >> no, i -- >> jimmy: no, there's a part where he gets very emotional -- >> i get emotional. >> jimmy: because your dream is coming true, and you're saying that you guys are witnessing a dream come true right now. >> it was, for me, it was overwhelming. it was overwhelming because, you know, i literally thought about the fact that i've worked so hard to get here. i've been doing stand-up for 17 years. and when i was on stage, i was attempting to just tell people, "thank you, i appreciate your love and support," and while doing it, like, my emotions got the best of me onstage without it being suggested or -- >> jimmy: it wasn't planned. it wasn't scripted. >> it wasn't planned. it was a real moment where i started to cry because i told people, i said, "you have no idea how good this feels to see my dreams become a reality." and onstage, i just start bawling like a baby. like, it was a tough cry, though. it wasn't like i wasn't tough. like, you can tell that i wear helmets when i play games. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. it was a masculine cry. >> you can still see how tough i was. >> jimmy: well, it was very
moving for me, and it's one of the reasons that we root for you because we -- >> thank you, man. >> jimmy: we love seeing you. and you're a hard worker. [ cheers and applause ] >> i appreciate it. i appreciate it. i really do. >> jimmy: i want to show a clip of your stand-up comedy movie. here's kevin hart in "let me explain," in theaters july 3rd, you guys. >> reality doesn't hit you about how bad the single life is until you call your friends to go out. and on that night, none of your friends are available 'cause they're out with their women. that's when reality hits you. "yo, what up, boy? what you trying to do tonight?" "aw, man, i ain't doin' nothin'. it's cupcake tuesday. me and my lady are making cupcakes. red velvet. i get to lick the bowl and everything." "lick the bowl?" [ laughter ] "man, get off my phone." "hey, don't be mad at me 'cause you ain't got no bowl to lick." "what?" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: go see "kevin hart: let me explain," in theaters july 3rd. olivia munn joins us after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] every inch. every minute. every second -- we chip away. at redefining capability. for whatever days may come.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know our next guest from such films as "magic mike" and "iron man 2." she currently stars opposite jeff daniels on the hit hbo show, "the newsroom," which returns for its second season on july 14th at 10:00 p.m. please welcome olivia munn, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. please have a seat. welcome back, pal! >> thanks, guys. >> jimmy: we love you, olivia munn. >> i love you guys. >> jimmy: everything good? >> things are really good.
>> jimmy: yeah, they are. >> i'm just hanging out. >> jimmy: i see you threw out a first pitch. >> oh, i did, the dodgers. >> jimmy: that's amazing. >> woo! that was very -- that's -- is that me? >> jimmy: look at this -- >> yeah, that's me -- >> jimmy: great form right there. >> do you see the look -- i'm so scared right there. i'm so -- i'm so afraid. >> jimmy: why would you do this? >> because they asked me to, and i felt like -- [ light laughter ] it's one of those things that you feel like it's kind of, like, sacrilege if you say no. like, "i -- no, i'm too busy." >> jimmy: no, but -- are you a baseball player? >> no. >> jimmy: no. >> no, no. >> jimmy: did you play when you were a kid? >> no, and that was the thing. i only -- i learned to throw a baseball the day before. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is such a bad idea. >> i know. it's so bad. >> jimmy: you got to call me before you do these things. >> i know. i should've. >> jimmy: it's a lot of pressure 'cause you don't make it over the plate, people boo you. >> these are things i know. >> jimmy: yeah. oh, sorry. >> and i was so afraid, like when i did it. and i thought -- that's the problem. i think that i have this -- i have more of a tomboy kind of attitude. and that's really my problem. i'm not much of a lady. and i was like, "oh, i should be more of a lady in life because i think people expect me to do better." and then, when i do bad, it's gonna be even more of a failure. i'm like --
>> jimmy: oh, my gosh. why -- why are you building it up? >> 'cause that's what i do. i just -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> i make myself feel horrible every single day. i wake up. i think, "no one likes you." >> jimmy: so, they asked you to throw closer. >> well, no, yeah. so, then, you get there and every -- but i practiced it. i learned how to throw and do the whole thing. and i get there, and everyone says, "don't worry. you can throw from in front of the mound." everybody throws in front of the mound. big movie stars, athletes, everybody throws in front of the mound. but i get there and, like, all these dodgers people, they said, "no, only little bitches throw from in front of the mound." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait, the dodgers -- the corporation -- the people behind the dodgers said that. >> yeah. he's like, "you need to know that little bitches throw from in front of the mound." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not -- that doesn't sound right. >> i swear he said that exact same thing to me. and i go, "but i'm -- i don't want to be a little bitch." >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> and i didn't know what to do. >> jimmy: absolutely, yeah. >> so, but then, i practiced and, like, one out of every eight are going left or right. so, i'm getting it, but, like, i don't know what's glitching it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, i get out there, and start walking. and i think, "okay, i'm going to go to the front." >> jimmy: stop. yeah. don't -- >> 'cause right now, i'm okay being a little bitch. i'm okay with that. >> jimmy: yeah, you're fine, yeah. >> i'll be a little bitch.
>> jimmy: i'll be a little bitch. yeah, yeah, sure. >> i'm fine with that. so, as i start walking out. they announce my name, and i see my face on the jumbotron. and i see me walking, and i think, "oh, no. oh, my gosh." and i start freaking out. so, i close my eyes, and i just start walking and telling myself, like, "extend all the way, follow through, aim high." >> jimmy: yeah. >> like, everything that people taught me to do. and then, right when i opened my eyes, i realize, "i'm walking onto the mound. what am i doing?" >> jimmy: now, you're already one the mound. >> i'm walking towards the mound, and i'm like, "this is too late." i can't do like an immediate left 'cause then, i'll really be a little bitch. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> so, i'm standing on the mound, and then, i think, "well, let me just see how this is, and i'll walk in front." and then, i look around. i realize, "now, i can't walk off it." >> jimmy: no. >> 'cause then, i would be a little bitch. and there's all this -- so, then i -- >> jimmy: it's a lot of pressure. and then, what happened? >> i got up there and guess -- but i did. i got up there, and i -- right down the middle, right to home plate. >> jimmy: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> i got -- >> jimmy: who's getting called a little bitch now? ♪ >> not me! >> jimmy: not olivia munn. look at that right there. [ applause ] >> very, very exciting. i was like, "today, i am not a little bitch." >> jimmy: yeah, i love it. i -- great. i learned a little something about you. >> what did you learn? >> jimmy: i learned that you can beatbox.
>> i can beatbox, yes. >> jimmy: now, what -- when did you -- >> my ninth grade boyfriend -- i grew up in a military family, so when you move around a lot, you kind of need to have, like, a cool thing so that you try to get people to like you. you're like, "hey, guess what i can do." >> jimmy: yeah. >> and so, my ninth grade boyfriend knew how to beatbox, so i asked him, "how i do it?" and he taught me. and, you know, i do it with a bass line, too, 'cause some people just do, like, the percussion. >> jimmy: yeah. like, how could you -- could you teach me how to do it? >> yeah. so, you -- well, you start with a bass line, and then, you get to go -- [ hums ] and then, you bring it to -- [ beatboxes ] [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my god! [ beatboxes ] [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's amazing! ♪ that was amazing! >> i'll teach you how. i'll teach you how. >> jimmy: that was fantastic! i love that. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: what's happening with
sloan sabbith? >> sloan sabbith -- >> jimmy: that's my favorite name of any character on television. >> you told me that you loved it. >> jimmy: yeah. sloan sabbith, your character on "the newsroom." >> sloan sabbith. so, last season, she's the financial news reporter, and that's what she was doing a lot of last year. this year, she gets more into the news stories, and she really drives this purpose of getting out drone stories and for us to do more stories on the administration's antiterrorism policy. so, she gets into more news-news things. >> jimmy: ooh, love it, love it. we have a clip. here's olivia munn in "the newsroom." take a look. >> drone strike. >> i don't believe this. >> drone strike. >> this is jerry santana who's been covering for jim. >> what you got there? >> drone strikes. >> joan sent this. >> drone strike. >> can't understand what you're saying. >> you can too understand what i'm -- reuters. >> this is what i was talking -- >> united states predator drone strike vehicle in northwest pakistan. >> can i see that? >> it's blank newspaper. i left the wire report in my office on the way here. i decided i wanted a prop. >> you didn't think to just have someone print it out? >> a lot of better ideas are coming to me as i'm standing here, but why don't we let the past be the past? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. pal, i'm so proud of you. we love you. >> oh, i love you. >> jimmy: olivia munn! the new season of "the newsroom"
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: video game week is brought to you by at&t. rethink possible. >> jimmy: it's video game week here at "late night," and i'm here with one of the actors in the new cyber adventure game watch dogs. you know her from "archer" and "whose line is it anyway?," which premieres july 16th on the cw. please welcome aisha tyler right there! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] and nicholas mainville from ubisoft right there. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] nice to see you. >> i'm so excited to be here! >> jimmy: thank you for being here. please, we are so psyched. i got to talk about watch dogs. i think it's going to be game of the year. everyone's been talking about this thing. it's like grand theft auto but you're hacking into people's -- >> well, i feel like it has all the components of grand theft auto but it's bigger and more exciting because -- okay, it's a hacker game.
it's an open world hacking game. but you can be stealthy, you can be a spy. you can be balls out shooting. you can be driving. like, every single thing you want to so in game, you can do in this game. and it's very cool. >> jimmy: let's take a look at what it looks like. >> yeah, yeah. let's do it. >> jimmy: so where are we walking around? this is going to be where? >> so watch dogs is set in chicago, in a beautiful fictional chicago. one of the reasons that ubi picked chicago is because it's one of the american cities with the most video surveillance in the country. so there's cameras everywhere in the real chicago, and there are cameras everywhere our make believe chicago. >> jimmy: this guy right now, you can hack into anyone's phone like that lady right there. >> yeah. anyone. so our character, the main character, aiden, is chasing some bad guys that who did something terrible to his family. but he's a hacker, but he's not kind of your sit behind the computer kind of boring, like "i at so many cheese doodles i have to lie down" hacker. he can hack anywhere in the city and he's hacked the ctos, which is like the central operating system of chicago. >> jimmy: yep. >> and he can use it to hack into every single phone, atm, the police system. >> jimmy: you can hack this elevator? >> he's going to hack this elevator right here. very exciting. >> jimmy: this is fun. you can do anything in this whole world. >> anything, anything. >> jimmy: so what's he going to do right now?
>> well, we're going to spy on come chicagoans right now. >> jimmy: spy on just people. >> just check out the people. >> jimmy: is he a bad guy or a good guy? >> well, that's the cool thing. it's your choice. so the way you behave in this world dictates who you become. if you make a lot of good choices, if you're a hero people will treat you like a hero. if you're a bad guy, they're going call the roller every time they see you. >> jimmy: really? >> so we're hacking into this guy's apartment. he's got cameras everywhere. and his name is arvid stegman, 41-years-old, makes 500 -- >> jimmy: collections action figures. >> yeah. $573,000 income, which i don't know how you explain that. but we're going to check him out through his own camera. and, oh! his girlfriend. >> jimmy: that's a mannequin. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. that's good. yeah. some weird people. some weird people. >> it's like arvid and the real girl right now. >> jimmy: that's what it is right there. >> we're going to leave here because arvid is never, ever going to get laid no matter how i -- [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: thank you, yeah. >> unless he's like geppetto, she's not going to be a real boy. >> jimmy: that too. gotcha. >> we're going to go to another part of chicago now. >> jimmy: all right. >> okay. so we're checking this out. one of the -- i'm a huge gamer, and i love these kinds of games because they combine role playing and kind of active combat.
>> jimmy: look at this. this is amazing. >> yeah, we're in another part of chicago now. >> jimmy: nicholas, how long did this take to develop? >> a few years. >> almost five years, it took to develop this game. >> jimmy: and it's amazing. >> and the cool is it's incredibly substantial. even though there's a campaign where you can kind of like win. you can go anywhere in the city -- >> jimmy: you can do a bunch of mini games as well on here. >> anything. right, all kinds of side objectives. so right now, we're going to -- you can be a good guy. you can be like a paladin or a hero. we're going to find this girl who might be -- >> jimmy: a potential victim. >> yeah. >> jimmy: something's going to happen to her. >> and we're going to follow her and creep her the hell out. >> jimmy: yeah, look how creepy he's walking. >> right. really feels -- >> jimmy: kind of looks like my face. i hope i get paid for this game. can't just use my likeness. >> all we need now is a jumping freeze frame. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. so now -- >> so she's walking down this alley, not her best choice. >> jimmy: and now you can control the security cameras. uh-oh, here he is. >> we hacked this camera. we're watching what happening, and we're going to decide whether we're going to intervene. >> jimmy: what's that, yeah. >> not a nice guy. >> jimmy: okay, he's not nice. what's going on? >> no. >> need to stop following me! >> nobody turns me down. >> jimmy: whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!
>> do not touch -- >> jimmy: oh! >> oh. go girl! >> jimmy: and what are we doing? >> okay, so now we have to do something. >> jimmy: yes! >> yeah, we're going to intervene. jimmy wants to intervene. let's be a hero. >> jimmy: go! >> he runs away, and now it's essentially you're choice if you want to be the hero. you want to track this guy down? >> jimmy: yes. >> okay. >> jimmy: beat him down! let's go slap him around. >> follow this guy, give him the business. >> jimmy: how many -- look at all these fences. >> this is super kung fu. why so many fences? >> jimmy: yeah. a lot of fences in this neighborhood. >> but that's what's great because this is a action game and a hacking game. and now it's about to be a driving game. so we're going to put our gun away, and we're going to drive. you want to take over now? >> jimmy: yeah, you want me to drive? >> yeah, so we're going to drive this car. we're going to chase this guy down, and you're going to show him who's the boss. maybe help a couple people, too. >> jimmy: yeah, i'm just going to cruise. oops. >> we didn't need that, though. we didn't need that at all. yeah, get out of my way. >> jimmy: oh my -- >> so we're going to follow this guy. you can see the marker on there. this is a totally open world game. you can drive anywhere. you can go anywhere. you can destroy anything. you're going to go to that fence on the right. >> jimmy: yeah. sorry, i'm going to lose him. i'm going to lose him.
>> right on the right. >> jimmy: come on, cabbie, get out of the way! >> on the right, on the right here. >> jimmy: oh sorry. >> oh, that's okay. >> jimmy: okay, on the right. >> well, let's see. at this part here make a left at the light. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so then, what i would do is i'd take him down. >> you would follow him, and you would take him down. >> jimmy: i could play this game for like, four days straight. >> it's like a 300 hour game. >> jimmy: i got to tell kevin hart about this. okay, this is awesome. when does this come out? >> it comes out november 19th. >> jimmy: okay. >> and for the next gen platforms as soon as they're available. so it's going to be -- whatever platform you play, this game's going to be on it. and i played it for a couple of months now, it's so cool because it's combat, it's chasing, it's hacking. >> jimmy: yeah, love it. >> in a minute you can come find me and hack me. >> jimmy: yeah, all right good. >> that sounds dirty though, doesn't it? >> jimmy: no that sounds good. go hack aisha tyler right there. [ cheers and applause ] nicholas mainville from ubisoft. watch dogs launches on multiple platforms november 19th. and on xbox one and ps4 later this year. chvrches performs next. come on back, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ (laughing)
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> my thanks to kevin hart, olivia munn, aisha tyler, nicholas mainville from ubisoft. chvrches! [ cheers and applause ] at&t for sponsoring video game week and helping me make it happen. and the greatest band in late night, the roots, everybody. stay tuned for carson daly. thank you for watching. have a great night. hope to see you tomorrow. buh-bye, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪