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oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ come to me my sweetest friend can you feel my heart again i'll take you back ♪ ♪ where you belong and this'll be your favorite song ♪ ♪ come to me with secrets bared i love you more so don't be scared ♪ ♪ when we're old and near the end we'll go home and start again hey ♪ ♪ start again hey do-do-do do-do-do do-do-do do-do-do ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: goo goo dolls! nice job, guys. good job. thank you. i want to thank my guests -- andy samberg, bailee madison. and, of course, goo goo dolls. tomorrow night, senator ted cruz will be here. but jimmy fallon happening right now. jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> steve: from studio 6a 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 ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: thank you very much. thank you very much. welcome. hey. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." please, thank you for being here, everybody. oh, my goodness. hot crowd. >> steve: hot! >> jimmy: hot crowd right here. [ cheers and applause ] welcome to the show. i love you guys. thank you very much. we've got a fun show tonight. welcome. thank you so much. let's get to some news. here's what people are talking about, everybody. poor president obama. he just can't catch a break, this guy right now. things are not -- i mean, he gave a major immigration speech yesterday in san francisco, and it didn't go well. he ended up getting heckled by one of the people standing on stage that were behind him. this guy was yelling, yelling something about stopping dertations and stuff like that and obama was cool. he said that the man was entitled to free speech, and then he turned to his security and was like, "deport that guy." [ laughter ] [ impersonating obama ] anyway, now, look -- [ applause ] the heckler just keeping yelling, going on with his criticism, and it seemed to get more and more specific.
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it got weird. take a look. >> the cafeteria in my workplace doesn't have enough dessert options. [ laughter ] i've been eating banana pudding every day for the last two weeks. please fix that. >> okay. >> no more banana pudding. come on. [ chanting ] no more banana pudding, in my cafeteria. no more banana pudding. perhaps a brownie or crumbcake. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] [ chanting ] >> jimmy: no more banana pudding. in my cafeteria. >> steve: i like banana pudding. [ rhythmic clapping ] >> jimmy: yeah. should've done the speech in new york. yeah, we would've got the guy's back. >> steve: i know. >> jimmy: no more banana pudding in his cafeteria. but the big news this week is that the u.s. finally got iran to agree to stop making nuclear weapons. in exchange, the u.s. has freed up $8 billion of iran's assets. when asked how it plans to spend the money, iran said, "we're going to buy nuclear weapons. [ laughter and applause ] you've been on ebay
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you can get anything. this is crazy. the playstation 4 just came out, and already a lot of gamers have started using one of the playstation's features to broadcast their homemade porn. [ laughter ] but don't get too excited because porn to most gamers is just watching the hot pocket cook in the microwave. [ laughter ] oh, look at that. it's almost ready. hey, guys, this thursday is thanksgiving. happy thanksgiving! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] happy thanksgiving! it's this thursday which means many people around the country will share thanksgiving dinner with their relatives, and for a lot of people this is the only time of year that they get to see each other. so it can be kind of hard to know what to talk about. so here with the tips for what to say to your family on thanksgiving. it's kamal from the roots. kamal? [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, bro. that's right. sometimes it's hard to know what to talk about with your family. especially if you never get to see them, but i've got you
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covered. now, here's some tips for what to say to each family member. "yo, grandma. yo, did you knit that scarf? yo, i love the color combination. yo, it's mad seasonal." [ laughter ] "hey, yo, aunt claire. slow down on the red wine, girl. [ laughter ] just because you brought over two bottles don't mean they're both for you." [ laughter ] and finally, "yo, uncle jj, quit winking at me, man, after you say you're going to stuff the turkey. [ laughter ] i don't know what that means, and i don't want to know." so there you go, jimmy. some official conversation topics for you and your family. happy thanksgiving, and happy chanukah. best to you, babe. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: those are great tips. thank you, buddy. thank you. oh, my gosh. did you see this, this morning at central park here in new york city? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: one direction. you guys like one direction? [ cheers ] one direction performed in central park for "good morning america" and while covering the
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concert, robin roberts had a little trouble remembering the name of the group. robin, it's one direction. that's who you're interviewing. take a look. >> they wanted a free concert in the park for you, and you have shown up. one edition, thank you, fellas, one and all. one edition will be performing live coming up in our next half hour. >> one edition! >> give it up for one edition! >> jimmy: one edition, yeah! [ cheers and applause ] give it up for one edition, everybody! one edition. i mean, big-time direction. i'm sorry. please welcome the back street degrees, everybody. [ laughter ] the back street -- 98 kids on the block, right there, you guys, performing for you. [ cheers and applause ] oh, robi that's funny. props to louis for yelling out. things are good, he was a good sport. like, "one edition." this is interesting here. a new study found that parents
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who only have daughters are more likely to be republican. which i guess explains why my dad registered as republican when he saw me throw a football. [ laughter ] just makes sense now. [ applause ] check this out. researchers in canada say they have discovered the part of the brain that is used to make decisions, and this is weird. if you're married, it's actually located in your wife's brain. [ laughter ] >> steve: that's weird. [ cheers and applause ] i don't know, honey. i agree. >> jimmy: sure, absolutely. that's perfect curtains. [ laughter ] this isn't good here. they are now saying that smoking marijuana can cause guys to develop man boobs. [ laughter ] that's what they are saying. well, technically it's called eating seven bags of doritos after smoking weed. so it's just a gateway drug. a gateway drug. >> steve: gateway. >> jimmy: be careful.
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some big movie news here. "star wars" fans were excited to hear that r2-d2 will be making an appearance in the new "star wars" movie. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] i'm excited. but it seems that several of the other characters will not be in the film, and actually many of them aren't even in show business anymore. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: so i thought it would be nice tonight -- it would be fun to take a look at where some of those characters are today. [ laughter ] first up, we have jarjar binks, he's now a customer service rep for time warner cable. [ laughter ] [ imitating binks ] >> steve: meesa call you. [ imitating binks ] >> jimmy: meesa, meesa -- yeah. [ imitating binks ] >> steve: next week, three thursdays from now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: next up we have c3po. he hit rock bottom and mailed himself to cash for gold. [ laughter ] sad. >> steve: sad, sad. >> jimmy: sad to see that. moving on, we have legendary jedi master, yoda.
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zumba teacher he is. [ laughter ] that's very interesting. very popular. here we have the commander of the rebel fleet, admiral ackbar. he was accidentally served as an appetizer at red lobster. [ laughter ] this is tragic, tragic. some of these stories. >> steve: tragic, they don't end well. >> jimmy: i should have warned everyone. >> steve: they're sad. >> jimmy: should have warned you. they're are sad. here we have r5-d4. he's vegas' number one r2-d2 impersonator. that's good. [ laughter ] hey, close enough. moving on we have wicket, the ewok. >> steve: aw. >> jimmy: yeah, he's cute. he was tragically dismembered after a misunderstanding at the build-a-bear workshop. [ laughter ] >> steve: awful. >> jimmy: hypoallergenic. >> steve: oh, my god. so he was torn limb from limb. >> jimmy: terrible. >> steve: disemboweled. awful. >> jimmy: and here's the last one here. this is darth vader. he recently appeared on "maury" and found out that he's not father. [ cheers and applause ] that was a great episode. not the father. and finally, did you guys hear
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about this, this new interview with kanye? new interview with kanye west. oh, he's just the gift that keeps on giving. [ laughter ] this is pretty interesting -- he said he and kim are like romeo and juliet. in a related story, kanye west hasn't read all of "romeo and juliet." [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: we have a fun show tonight! he stars in the number one movie in the country. from "the hunger games: catching fire," josh hutcherson is here! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: a delight. a delightful young man. >> jimmy: he's a good man. >> steve: good man. >> jimmy: i'm going to challenge josh to a thanksgiving themed game of random object shootout
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later in the show. [ cheers ] plus, we have -- virtually every comedian you've ever heard of has worked his improv comedy club. he gave me one of my big breaks in the business. he opened the first one here in new york 50 years ago, and there's a new documentary coming out about it, and it's phenomenal. it's so interesting, because i remember i moved out to l.a. i dropped out of school with 15 credits left. i just moved out to l.a., and my mom always loved if i worked improv because they would feed you. >> steve: right. [ light laughter ] wouldn't give you money. >> jimmy: wouldn't necessarily pay you. >> steve: you would get free food. >> jimmy: you get free food on the menu, and my mom was so happy when i got to work the improv. she was so happy that i eating some type of food besides ramen noodle, which is great. i still eat ramen noodle. but i remember, and i'll talk to budd about this. but i remember seinfeld came in one night. it was a big deal to work a saturday night at the club, and so i got my first saturday night. budd put me up and seinfeld was there eating food and i was like, "oh, my gosh." so i ran out and i called my mom
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from the pay phone. this was when pay phones existed. any fans of one edition. [ laughter ] robin would know that. so i called my mom 1-800-collect, and i was like, "jerry seinfeld's in there, oh, my gosh." she goes, "what does he look like?" oh, my gosh, whatever. she's freaking out. my mother really doesn't sound like that. but it's funnier if i make her voice like that. so, i say, "i've got to go mom." so excited. -- so i went in and he went on stage, and just random, went up and crushed. he was so funny. standing ovation going up. standing ovation leaving the stage. just unbelievable to watch him. and then this was my first saturday night and i was later on in the night, and whoever the comedians that were supposed to follow him were like, "i'm out of here. i'm not going to follow that, man." some guy -- like, "who is jimmy fallon? we'll put that guy up." "oh, that's me." so i went up and i did impressions at the time. and i went up and instead i changed my act. i just started with the seinfeld impression.
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it was about a doll, and i was doing different celebrities auditioning to be the new voice of these dolls so i went up and i'm like, "first up for the audition, mr. jerry seinfeld." i'm like -- [ impersonating jerry seinfeld ] "what kind of dolls are these? who knows this here? what is this?" and it just came out like that and worked and i had a good set. [ cheers and applause ] and changed my whole life right there. [ cheers and applause ] the great budd friedman is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and we've got some good music. oh, boy. she's just phenomenal. she's got some pipes. she can sing. oh, my gosh, i love her. kelly clarkson is here tonight. [ applause ] it's a fun show. hey, guys, it's time to take a look at the 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 ♪ >> jimmy: tonight we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of thanksgiving. that's just a few days away. lots of people will be getting
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together with their families sitting down and eating turkey. so let's take a look at the pros and cons of thanksgiving. here we go. pro, it's the start of the holiday season. con, it's the end of fitting into your pants season. [ laughter ] balances out. balances out. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: pro, spending the entire day with your family reminds you of what's truly important in life. con, alcohol. [ laughter ] whatever it -- >> steve: great lubricator. social lubricator. >> jimmy: yeah. pro, seeing a gigantic balloon float down sixth avenue during the macy's parade. con, realizing it's actually toronto mayor rob ford after a three-day helium binge. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: give me some crack, man. >> jimmy: just say no to him. [ high pitched voice ] >> steve: give him some crack. give me some crack. it's about time i get some crack, eh? >> jimmy: he's so cute. he's so cute. pro, unbuttoning your pants when you're done with your meal. con, being escorted out of applebee's.
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[ laughter ] you can't do that at applebee's. don't try it. [ applause ] >> steve: one time. >> jimmy: they give you one time. pro, watching the "today" show for tips on how to properly stuff a turkey. con, realizing it's just matt lauer and al roker getting prostate exams again. [ laughter ] >> steve: really. gosh darnit. >> jimmy: celery stalk? >> steve: really? >> jimmy: really. [ light laughter ] pro, the macy's parade ends with an appearance by that famous guy with the white beard that everyone knows and loves. con, uncle si from "duck dynasty." there he is. [ cheers and applause ] sorry, santa. >> steve: sorry santa. >> jimmy: pro, eating dinner and giving thanks. con, finishing dinner and wearing spanx. [ laughter ] it rhymes because it's true. pro, grabbing a flight home for a homemade turkey dinner. con, having a tsa agent grab your giblets. [ laughter ] you mind spreading your legs? >> steve: better than having
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them grab your butterball. [ laughter ] turkey. your butterball turkey. >> jimmy: pro, pranking your family at the dinner table by pretending to come out of closet. con, hearing everyone respond, "we knew." >> steve: yeah. [ laughter and applause ] how do you like to say that? backfire city. >> jimmy: and finally, pro, that magical moment when for once your entire family is peaceful and happy. con, because they are all on their iphones ignoring each other. there. that's the pros and cons. we'll be right back with josh hutcherson! come on back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: our first guest stars as peeta in "the hunger games: catching fire," which is in theaters right now. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to the show josh hutcherson! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> yeah. all right. everybody.
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every time. >> jimmy: just the greatest. >> everybody talks about it and mentions it, but it still just blows my mind. >> jimmy: can't believe it. the roots are right there. the roots are in the building. [ cheers and applause ] the roots are in the building. >> yeah, love it. >> jimmy: this is your first time on our show. >> this is my first time. >> jimmy: and i appreciate you being here. >> i actually came down here the other night. i saw liam here. i was working on "snl," in the building. >> jimmy: that's right. >> first time doing that. >> jimmy: great job, by the way. >> thanks, man. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: great job. >> "saturday night live," that was fun. >> jimmy: was it what you expected? >> no. it was so much crazier. you know. of course what it's like with the quick changes. >> jimmy: so exciting. >> it's so exciting. they are like, "leg up, leg down, off, on, boom, boom, wig, wig." all of a sudden you're thrown on the set, and you're like, "what am i doing? thank good there's a cue card so i know what i'm gonna be saying." >> jimmy: exactly. >> it's crazy. >> jimmy: it's fun. >> fun. >> jimmy: would you do it again? >> yeah. literally, i was so nervous the last two months leading up to it. i was like, "i can't do it. i can't do it." and after the first three days, i was like, "i want to do this every week. i love it." not every week. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but what a week it was. i mean, congrats on the movie, too. >> thanks.
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>> jimmy: oh, my goodness, "the hunger games," 150 something million. >> $158 million. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how does that feel to be in such a giant movie? >> yeah, it's crazy. i'm really actually -- i'm really lucky that i have the distraction of "snl" not to be thinking about it all week because i probably would have been quite nervous. >> jimmy: i'm going to host "saturday night live" december 21st. >> oh, okay, good. [ cheers and applause ] good. >> jimmy: i'm very excited. with my man, justin timberlake as musical guest. >> all right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we don't -- we don't get along, you know that? [ laughter ] >> no, i heard. >> jimmy: we're like oil and water. >> don't mix. >> jimmy: we do not mix. we don't mix. i found out, did a little research on you, and you were a big justin timberlake fan. >> i was an embarrassingly big justin timberlake fan. [ light laughter ] i wanted to be justin timberlake. i had like bouts of depression because i didn't have the curly little cool hair. >> jimmy: really? >> i frosted my tips when i was a little kid and i did my best. >> jimmy: really? we found this. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, god.
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>> jimmy: justin is gonna love this. >> oh, god. i haven't seen that picture in forever. i thought it was gone, and it's not. >> jimmy: it's not gone. >> it's not gone. >> jimmy: now it will live forever on the internet. >> lovely. oh, good. >> jimmy: justin is going to love this. >> oh, boy. >> jimmy: you practiced his dance movers and everything? >> yeah, man. he like started me into beat boxing and i wanted to be a rapper. and there's also this other band, lfo. i don't know if you guys remember them. they sang -- [ singing ] ♪ i like girls that wear abercrombie ♪ [ speaking ] anyways, i met those guys, and justin gave me the inspiration to -- and i actually ended up doing a show with them. i rapped on stage when i was like 9 years old. >> jimmy: no. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: no way. i wonder if there's footage of that. send it over immediately. [ cheers and applause ] i've really got to find it. i would love to see that. >> i would die to see it. >> jimmy: that is so cool. >> i would die to see it. >> jimmy: now, i have a photo here. first of all, look, the cover of "people" magazine. it's all over the place because this is what the people are talking about. [ cheers and applause ] >> a lot of photo shop. >> jimmy: how's jennifer lawrence? there's something with her. she's nuts. i know jennifer lawrence and she's crazy. >> here's the thing -- >> jimmy: what is she doing here
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at the red carpet? >> she's very clearly attacking me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, she is. yes, she does that. >> and liam thinks it's hilarious because he's tall enough to defend himself against it. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. what is she attacking you for? >> just because she's her. man, people think that it's cool that she's humble and all this, but she actually has mental problems. [ laughter ] she needs to be medicated. >> jimmy: she needs to be checked out. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: she is a blast -- fun to hang out. >> she really is, man. you just never know what she's going to do next. you really don't. >> jimmy: like give me an example. like what is something she would do to you? >> like, okay. she -- one time we were doing this interview. i was on the carpet. i was like just talking to the reporter like, "the hunger games," whatever. and she just walks by and goes, "hey, josh, she's like how is your rash doing?" and then just keeps on walking. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: how's the rash? yeah. >> it's good. it's clearing up nicely. thanks for asking. >> jimmy: how is your rash doing? it's so good. >> there was no rash. >> jimmy: what a punk. [ laughter ] what a punk. i heard she used to throw things at you while you were doing -- >> yeah, she does too. on the red carpet in landon, this same day when she was like attacking me in the picture you
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saw, she just decides to just start throwing mentos at me in an interview. and then another reporter gave me ammo to throw at her. he's like, "here. here you go." i was like, "oh, yeah. that's what i'm talking about." >> jimmy: she's unbelievably fun. we love her on the show. >> she's great. >> jimmy: we've had liam on the show. we had jena malone on the show and everyone did a little talent. a special talent. jena balanced jenga blocks on her head. >> on her flat head. >> jimmy: on her flat head, yeah. [ light laughter ] and then, liam did this knife thing with a sharpie. >> so, it wasn't a knife thing then. it was a sharpie thing. >> jimmy: a sharpie. [ talking over each other ] a sharpie knife, so he took on of these guys and went -- >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: and he was really good, and then you were coming on him. we were like, "what can we see if we ask you to do?" and one thing that came up, we found that you can spin a basketball pretty well. >> pretty well, yeah. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how long have you done -- >> how long have i been spinning basketballs? >> jimmy: yes, that's correct. [ jimmy in goofy voice ] "he's a professional basketball spinner, everybody." how long have you been spinning basketballs?
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[ josh does same voice ] >> "roughly five years or so." >> jimmy: "we have similar voices. that's interesting." >> "very odd i know." >> jimmy: "we grew up in different areas. this is so interesting." >> "who is your father? do you know him, honestly? seriously, looks very similar." >> jimmy: "it's like looking into a mirror." [ cheers and applause ] [ normal voice ] >> my brother. my brother. i finally met you. [ goofy voice ] "what are you doing for thanksgiving?" >> jimmy: i'm saving -- at the kids' table. >> we got a basketball? >> jimmy: we need a basketball. i'm not that good, i've got to say. >> okay. >> jimmy: here you go. >> let's start her up. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. that is really good. >> whoa, whoa, whoa. okay. >> jimmy: that's all i can do is this right here. >> you gotta try to change the fingers. [ cheers ] ♪ >> jimmy: you can change your fingers? >> jimmy: brother! yeah. [ cheers and applause ] my brother right there. well, i -- i first want to show a clip of you. >> okay. >> jimmy: in "the hunger games:
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catching fire." here's josh hutcherson. check it out. [ cheers and applause ] >> and that was not fair of me to hold you to the things you said in the games. you saved us. >> i know that. >> well, i can't go on acting for the cameras and then just ignoring each other in real life. so if you can stop looking at me like i'm wounded, then i can quit acting like it. and then maybe we have a shot at being friends. >> i've never been very good at friends. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now i would like to challenge you to a random three-point shootout. >> i'm so in. >> jimmy: that means it's a three-point shootout using anything besides basketball. >> perfect. >> jimmy: more with josh hutcherson when we get back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hey, everybody. we are back. i'm hanging out with josh hutcherson right here. [ cheers and applause ] josh and i are about to face off in a thanksgiving-themed random object shootout. we'll take turns shooting these random objects into that basketball hoop. the objects we're shooting today are -- mannequin head with a football helmet. [ laughter ] pumpkin pie, of course. cornocopola. [ laughter ]
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bowl of cranberry sauce. [ laughter ] yeah, that's a mix of the homemade kind and the weird stuff in the can. which i like better anyway, and then we have a giant, baked thanksgiving turkey. that's pretty weighted. that's chillaxed pretty good there. all right, here we go. >> you going to start us off? >> jimmy: you're the guest. after you, please. >> okay. all righty, then. we starting here? >> jimmy: yeah. you start with that guy. [ cheers and applause ] you can go underhand. whatever you feel is best. ♪ [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: the aim was there. >> i gotta take this jacket off. >> jimmy: the aim was there, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> okay. it's just a jacket. all right. oh, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. all right. good luck. good luck. >> jimmy: thank you. >> it's a lot closer than you think. oohh. >> jimmy: okay, okay. all right. ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> all right. no pressure. >> jimmy: no pressure. >> no pressure. i felt the wind picking up a little bit. [ audience oohs ] i'm sorry, i'm sorry. i'm sorry. >> jimmy: all right. how you going to do that one? ♪ >> i'm going hook shot. >> jimmy: you are? [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: oh. >> we're making a mess. you know that. >> jimmy: it's not that much of a mess. no problem. >> oh, okay. >> jimmy: i'll clean it up during the commercial break. [ chanting ] >> audience: jimmy, jimmy, jimmy! >> jimmy: oh! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: cornocopola. yes! >> all right. now this one. >> jimmy: i don't know. >> i'm not sure how we're going to do this. >> jimmy: i have no advice. >> i'm going for the whole bowl.
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>> jimmy: i could go for the whole bowl, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] between the legs on this one. >> i'm thinking -- i'm going with a side shot. >> jimmy: all right. oh. [ audience oohs ] >> made a good splatter though. it was a nice splatter. >> jimmy: it was a good splatter. >> i think you're going to make it. >> jimmy: you do? >> i'm going to stand right here. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> here we go. ♪ >> jimmy: you ready? >> be careful. don't get any on your pants. [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: that was frightening. that was a little scary. there's plastic shards all over the place. here we go. it's a tied game. all right. you've got to make this one. >> is this worth two points? [ audience oohs ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. it's the money turkey. it's the money turkey right here. ♪ >> all right. [ audience oohs ] [ laughter ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: 50 years ago, our next guest opened the very first comedy club in america, the improv. he's been launching the careers of comedians ever since. on december 6th the new documentary "the improv, 50 years behind the brick wall" will premiere on epix at 8:00 p.m. please welcome budd friedman. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome to the show. >> thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: budd friedman.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: budd -- >> want to face my audience. >> jimmy: you know how to face the audience. >> right. >> jimmy: do you have the monocle? >> of course i have the monocle. >> jimmy: budd wears a monocle. [ cheers and applause ] you rock the monocle. you have to do that. >> why, you're quite lovely. >> jimmy: budd, can you believe that it's been 50 years? >> it's hard to believe. it's hard to believe that i started 50 years ago at the age of 8 years old. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is that right? yeah. unbelievable. >> it's just amazing. >> jimmy: do you remember the first time we met each other? >> absolutely. absolutely. my -- well your career is due to my wife's good tastes because alex said -- we were sitting at the club one night, and we were going to leave and the manager came and said, "stay and see this kid. he's pretty good." i said, "i'm really tired." my wife said, "we'll stay." so we stayed, jimmy went on and he finished. and i said, "can we go now?" and my wife said, "just go and talk to the kid." and i said, "why? he doesn't have an act." [ laughter ] well, you didn't. >> jimmy: i didn't really have
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one, no. i didn't really have one. >> and my wife very wise, even though she wasn't in the business said, "he's got something. go talk to him." and she was right. alex was right. >> jimmy: oh, my god, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'll never forget it. >> jimmy: i'll never forget what you did for me. you were so great to me. actually i was working in improv when i got "saturday night live." >> that's right. you owe . [ light laughter ] two and a half nights. you were at harrah's in las vegas. >> jimmy: that's right. >> and on wednesday he announces to the stage manager i have to leave tomorrow. i just got "saturday night live." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's great. >> and by the way he was the middle act, not the headliner. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: very smart, yeah. that's the way it worked. to audition to you was a big deal, and a lot of pressure. you or ross -- mark -- how is mark doing? >> mark's doing great. he's still handing out candy kisses. you stole the idea here. >> jimmy: yeah. we gave -- everyone got a little chocolate before they came out tonight, right? [ cheers ] >> that's what mark used to do. >> jimmy: mark used to do that
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at the improv. i would walk around the improv and it would be star-studded, all these comedians. it was just so much fun and i learned so much at the club. you've probably seen every comedian on the face of the earth. >> i think so. i think so. >> jimmy: do you have a favorite? >> well, it's hard to say. they are all my children. >> jimmy: that's true, yeah. >> and actually you're employing me tonight, so i would say you are my favorite. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's all i wanted to hear. that's all i wanted to hear. don't say anything. we'll be right back. [ applause ] no, just kidding. >> well, i always have a fond place in my heart for bert klein because robert -- robert klein was the first of his breed. he was the first guy to make it out of the improv. he came into the club. he was in the chorus of "apple tree." >> jimmy: is that right? >> in a broadway show. and he just blew us all away. i think, my theory is that it was robert klein and "the tree" and then jay leno and jerry seinfeld and you. all these people, paul reiser,
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all started through robert klein's influence. >> jimmy: i once saw robert klein at a comedy club and some couple was talking during the show and this other person came over to tell them, "hey. shh. please be quiet." and the guy who came over to tell him to be quiet was jerry seinfeld. [ laughter ] they must have been freaked out. like, "what? oh, my gosh." told him to shut up, but it was like because he was doing his act. please let himo his act. >> if he was in new york at the club it would have been danny aiello. he was our bouncer at that club. >> jimmy: crazy stories like that. i mean, andy kaufman. >> well, andy was something special. you all remember andy kaufman? >> jimmy: absolutely. [ cheers and applause ] >> andy, there was a fellow in great neck, long island, who owned a folk club. and he called me up and he said, "you've got to see this guy. he's a very funny guy." he would say that. "just see his act." i said, "okay." i didn't ask questions. >> jimmy: yeah. >> his name is andy kaufman.
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so i said, "tell him to come in on wednesday." the guy shows up and says -- [ impersonating accent ] "hello." he says, "i am andy kaufman." i said, "hi, kid, how are you? where are you from?" [ impersonating accent ] "i am from an island in the caspian sea." "did you know there are no islands in the caspian sea?" i didn't. >> jimmy: i didn't know either. >> so he goes on, and i'm watching him. people are laughing sort of nervously, and we don't know whether to laugh or not, and then finally he finishes. and he does this elvis impersonation. and he sang like elvis, dead on. but i remember being in the service in japan, and the japanese girls who couldn't speak english could sing an american song no accent. but couldn't speak a word of english. i thought it was the same thing. and then andy says -- [ elvis voice ] "well, thank you very much." i knew i had been had. >> jimmy: yeah, right there. what a totally different act. it's in this documentary. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you have to watch it. it's on epix. you have keenen ivory wayans. ray romano. >> the whole wayans family. >> jimmy: the whole wayans
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family. there are there. marlon and shawn are there. ray romano, jerry seinfeld, jay leno, bill mahr has some great stories. lewis black. i mean, everyone -- sarah silverman. judd apatow. kathy griffin. it's a phenomenal documentary, billy crystal and richard pryor is in it. it's quite amazing, and this is part of the documentary. >> oh, you've got. >> jimmy: i was talking about jerry seinfeld in the documentary, and watch what happens. >> jimmy: a lot of the guys like either if they were doing bits on "the tonight show," you know they want to get their act ready. so they come in and rehearse their "tonight show" bit to make sure they get all the kinks out and you'd see the best of the best. to see ray romano do standup is amazing. to be jerry seinfeld, it's just killer. even like, robin williams -- >> you saw me there? >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> i was there when you were there. >> jimmy: how embarrassing. >> how exciting!
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>> jimmy: i didn't know i was there when you were there. >> oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: we gotta stop talking about it. >> that's exciting! >> jimmy: that's so embarrassing. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i had no idea that he was there. [ applause ] it's one of the best things ever. my mother thanks you. my father thanks you. my sister thanks you, and i thank you for everything. >> thanks, jimmy. >> jimmy: budd friedman, everybody. "the improv, 50 years behind the brick wall" airs december 6th at 8:00 p.m. on epix. kelly clarkson performs next. come on back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ need a spoon, dear? not anymore. what? my silverware isn't good enough for you? have -- have you seen it? yes, i have seen it, and it looks -- you gotta look better. ladies, breathe. cascade kitchen counselor here. it's not your silverware. it's likely your detergent. see, over time, cascade platinum's triple cleaning formula delivers brilliant shine finish gel can't beat.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, we love our next guest. she is a music superstar whose holiday special "kelly clarkson's cautionary christmas music tale" will air december 11th on nbc. she's here tonight to perform the song "don't rush" from her album "greatest hits, chapter one." please welcome back to the show kelly clarkson! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ let's wake up in the afternoon pretend that we got nothing to do ♪ ♪ no we don't have to go by any agenda we can make up our own rules ♪ ♪ i see the way you're looking at me baby know i'm feeling it too ♪ ♪ we can just light up every candle move from room to room ♪ ♪ stopping every minute just because you're in it wishing everyday was sunday you're right next to me ♪ ♪ it's how it's supposed to be hanging on every touch
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baby don't rush, no no baby don't rush ♪ ♪ throwin' the map out of the window taking the long way around ♪ ♪ to a secret place where no one could find us a little place we can call our own ♪ ♪ come over here and take a picture something we can hang on to ♪ ♪ we can look back and try to remember all the crazy things we gonna do ♪ ♪ stopping every minute just because you're in it wishing everyday was sunday you're right next to me ♪
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♪ it's how it's supposed to be just hanging on every touch baby don't rush baby don't rush ♪ ♪ ♪ stopping every minute just because you're in it stopping every minute just because you're in it ♪ ♪ stopping every minute ♪ stopping every minute just because you're in it wishing everyday was sunday you're right next to me ♪ ♪ it's how it's supposed to be ♪ ♪ stopping every minute just because you're in it
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wishing everyday was sunday you're right next to me ♪ ♪ it's how it's supposed to be just hanging on every touch baby don't rush no ♪ ♪ baby don't rush baby don't rush, no no ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: beautiful. oh, my gosh. beautiful! thank you. kelly clarkson. "greatest hits chapter one" is in stores now. "kelly clarkson's cautionary christmas music tale" airs december 11th right here on nbc. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to josh hutcherson, budd friedman, kelly clarkson! [ cheers and applause ] and the greatest band in late night, the roots, ladies and gentlemen, right there. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for carson daly. thank you for watching. have a good night. i hope to see you tomorrow. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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