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tomorrow night wanda sykes, but jimmy fallon happening right now. jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody! thank you so much! hey! that's a lot of love!
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makes you feel good! welcome! hot crowd! [ cheers and applause ] hot crowd. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. oh, my goodness. welcome. fun show tonight. welcome, everybody. welcome to the show. let's get to some news stuff. here's what people are talking about there. the grammy awards were last night. did you guys watch the grammys? [ cheers ] it was really good. i enjoyed it. some fun things there. the big winners were daft punk and lorde, which is great. the big loser was the guy sitting behind pharrell williams. [ laughter and applause ] even the pope was like, "hey, down in front." come on. couldn't see anything. last night daft punk won five grammys including album of the year. [ cheers and applause ] it was great.
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fans said it was great to see someone new finally win the award. then daft punk pulled off their helmets to reveal they're actually taylor swift and adele. they're like, "got you, suckers!" [ cheers and applause ] and then this is kind of cute. i saw jay z accepted the grammy for best rap collaboration with my man, justin timberlake. [ cheers and applause ] -- jay z accepted. he joked that the award would be a gold sippy cup for his daughter, blue ivy. then jay z said i'm kidding, "she already has, like, four of those." it was a joke. did you see steven tyler? he was looking cool, man. he showed up to the grammys sporting a new beard and mustache. or as most people put it, "whoa, lady looks like a dude." [ light laughter ] it was a fun night overall. i liked it. let's see what's happening over in washington. president obama is still putting the final touches on his state
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of the union address for tomorrow. and if he's anything like me in college, that means he's going to bring in the margins and bump up the font and be like, "oh, there we go. got it." helvetica 25. my project is about "the catcher in the -- and get this, after the president's state of the union dress, there will be three separate republican rebuttals. obama said, "yeah, i live with two daughters, my wife and my mother-in-law. three people telling me i'm wrong is a holiday." i look forward to that. three is easy. [ applause ] good joke. big new announcement from nsa leaker edward snowden. in a new interview he said he no longer has any confidential documents in his possession. then he said, "hey, where's everybody going?" i have the seven herbs and spices from kfc. [ laughter and applause ] i have mcdonalds secret sauce!
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i know what the secret sauce is! don't forget about me! of course, the super bowl coming up. you guys excited about this? [ cheers and applause ] yeah. it's going to be here in new york. this year they're doing a lot of new stuff for fans. in fact, the company making the food for this year's super bowl says it will offer healthy choices like kale sandwiches. if you're hungry at the super bowl, now you know where the shortest line for food will be. i'm going to get a kale sandwich. [ applause ] no one in line. i need something to eat or i'm going to die! >> steve: come on, man, let's get some kale sandwiches. >> jimmy: no, i need a pretzel-covered hot dog. i'll wait 45 minutes. >> steve: get your kale sandwiches here! >> jimmy: who wants a kale sandwich? >> steve: i got, down in front. >> jimmy: i saw that
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oprah winfrey will celebrate her 60th birthday this week. that's cool. she's gonna be 60. yeah, just five more years till she can start collecting that sweet social security. very excited about that. [ laughter and applause ] listen to this, there are reports that adele and phil collins are teaming up to record new music together. phil collins and adele. it's good news for fans. even better news for the deejay at my dentist's office. [ laughter and applause ] you guys like little river band? here we go. we're going to play little river band one more time. [ imitating drill ] no, that was scratching. >> steve: oh, that was scratching? i thought you were doing the drill. >> jimmy: oh, that's the drill. i don't know if i'm scratching or if that's the drill. i don't know. [ imitates drill and scratching ] ♪ oh, reminiscent [ cheers and applause ] ♪ the dolphin and the whale ♪ >> jimmy: that was a good jam.
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i like that. i saw this thing on the internet the other day that made me laugh. i forget. it was from new zealand, i think. little river band, i think. >> steve: there you go. >> jimmy: lorde is from there. it's a greyhound race in new zealand. there was a 6.3 magnitude earthquake during the race. and it didn't stop the guy calling the race from staying calm and just trying to do his job. it's weird. check this out. >> a little shaking here, i'm afraid. looks like we might have a bit of an earthquake going on here. a very big earthquake, in fact. we've got a very large earthquake going here. the race is under way here. unfortunately, the monitor has fallen on me. i can't do much but call this race -- >> jimmy: yeah. what does it take to rattle that
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guy? "i'm being mugged right now. yeah, i'm being stabbed. i'm bleeding a little bit, actually. i'm bleeding a lot. i have no wallet. rusty's in the lead." [ applause ] and this can't be good. a new report predicts that 70% of jobs could be done by robots in the next 30 years. it's kind of embarrassing one day when i have to hand over "the tonight show" to a roomba. what else is going on in the news? [ imitating robot ] "the president. the president. has killed all the humans." audience robots going, "ha, ha, ha." i don't know what you think about this one, but health officials are now saying that britain's obesity rate is almost the same as the rate in the u.s.
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don't be psyched about that. that's not good. no, no. ♪ >> steve: number one! >> jimmy: the obesity rate is the same as the united states. the average british person weighs 190 pounds, or to us, $300. [ laughter and applause ] remember when we flipped to number two for a second? >> steve: one second. >> jimmy: for one second, we switch to number two fattest country in the world. i was psyched. i was like, "yes!" no, that's not good. hey, if you guys live in colorado, listen to this. i read this. there is a big new marijuana store in colorado. it's being referred to as the costco for weed. the costco for weed. though a store that sells eight-gallon tubs of cheese doodles, i'm pretty sure costco is already the costco for weed. "want me to wheel it out to your car? i'm just going to get in there
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and swim around. eat and just hang out. i'll be like the prize in the cereal box. hey, there's dave. oh, man! i was just taking a nap in here, man." >> steve: my hands are orange man! why? >> jimmy: my hands are orange. oh, my god! i think i have dysentary, man. >> steve: wait! where's my car? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: but, despite the legalization of weed in two states, google, instagram and facebook says they won't let people advertise marijuana on their site. absolutely not. no. but, that didn't stop stoners from coming up with some ads anyway. and some of these are pretty good ads. let me show you a couple. here's the first one. "weed, ba da ba ba ba, i'm smokin' it." [ laughter ] that's not bad. >> steve: not bad at all. >> jimmy: here's the next one here. "weed, creating memories you'll
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never remember." [ laughter ] that's tricky. here's a great one. there's weed. "these buds are for you." [ laughter ] here's my favorite. "weed. i forgot the slogan for this one." i wrote it down. wait. and finally, here's the last one. "weed, melts in your mouth, not in your hands. but your hands are like, 'whoa!'" they're all pretty good, you guys. we've got a great show. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome! it is monday! we are excited to be back! welcome! thank you for watching! how fun is this? i love you guys. so fun doing the show here. we're happy to be back. we have great shows coming up for you this week. seth meyers is going to be here.
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he's going to take over "late night." [ cheers and applause ] we love seth. jennifer connelly will be here, melissa mccarthy, david beckham will all be here. [ cheers and applause ] we're going to bend it like beckham. then we've got music from liz warfield, david crosby and busta rhymes is going to be here this week. [ cheers and applause ] but tonight -- tonight is special. tonight is very, very exciting. this guy is just a friend of the show. we love him so much. he's going to tell us about all the extras on the new "bad grandpa" dvd. i am so proud to say this, academy award nominee -- [ laughter ] johnny knoxville is back on the show. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: academy award nominee, come on! >> jimmy: the movie got nominated for best makeup. yeah. i can't wait to talk to him about this. he's so excited. this movie got nominated for an academy award. i love america. it's so awesome.
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[ laughter ] you can never take that away. he will always be an academy award nominee. every time he comes on the show, i'll have to introduce him like that. and it's great makeup. johnny and i are also going to put on suits of armor and try a crazy race later on in the show. you don't want to miss that. [ cheers and applause ] it's gonna be ridiculous. plus, he's one of my idols. he's one of the bee gees and an absolute music legend. he's going to talk and also perform, and he's just amazing. barry effing gibb is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] barry gibb is here! >> steve: come on! come on! >> jimmy: get ready. if you like barry gibb, you love the bee gees, he's going to play some songs tonight. you're going to go nuts. it sounds great. and he's jamming out with the roots. right quest? >> questlove: yeah. >> jimmy: it's killer, killer. i don't want to spoil it. but, wow! you have to be ready for this. crank it up. turn it up. >> jimmy: higgins, do you ever wonder what celebrities are whispering to each other on the
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red carpet or at press conferences? i was watching the grammys last night, wondering, "what are they always whispering about?" >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: well, this is why we send our entertainment correspondent from the u.k., mr. peggy hess with his highly sensitive microphone to get to the bottom of this thing. that's right, it is time for "celebrity whispers." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hello, i'm peggy hess. and welcome to "celebrity whispers." sshh. >> did i tell you i let a skunk spray me when i got up this morning? >> really? >> yeah, i read an article online. that said it's supposed to be good for you. >> wow, that's what that is. >> hey, where you going? >> i'm just going over here. >> come back. >> i've got to go. >> jimmy: whisper. >> my phone vibrated and it tickled.
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>> jimmy: care for some whispers? >> did you just make gestures? >> your point, sailor -- >> jimmy: you know that was a whisper. >> hey, can i try to read your thoughts? come on, it will be fun. >> okay. how does this work? >> okay, so put your head up to mine. that's good. now think of a number between 1 and 10. >> 614. >> no, i just said that it has to be between 1 and 10. this time think of an animal. >> tractor pumpkin robot. >> never mind. you're going to get confused. >> jimmy: celebrity. >> you know i've always wanted a hamster. >> oh, yeah, me, too. you know who loves hamsters? jon voight. hey, jon, do you still have that pet hamster you used to have? >> did someone say something about a hamster? >> do you still have your hamster? >> yeah, how's he doing these days? [ sighs ] >> -- he's dead. >> oh, i'm sorry. what happened?
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>> well, one day i was just petting him kind of like that. i went to pick him up and i just squished his whole body. >> jimmy: i'm peggy hess. i'll see you next time on "celebrity whispers." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: those are "celebrity whispers." stick around. we'll be right back with johnny knoxville, everybody. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ aflac! aflac! got 'em. ♪ yeah, he's clean, boss. now listen to me, duck. i have an associate that met with, uh, an unfortunate accident. while he's been incapacitated, somebody's been paying him cash. now, is this your doing? aflac? now, if i met with some such accident, would aflac pay me? ♪ nice. this is your stop. [ male announcer ] find out what aflac can do for you and your family... aflac? [ male announcer ] ...at aflac.com.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest this evening was the star and creator of "jackass presents: bad grandpa." this is it right here. it's out on dvd. it's one of the most successful comedies of 2013. and it's now available on dvd in an unrated -- is that possible? [ laughter ] an unrated version with a ton of new extra footage. we were talking about this last time he was on the show. one of my favorites, he's selling -- like a -- like not a craftmatic bed, but one of those movable beds. he's trying to sell all this stuff because his wife passed away. the fake thing. so he's a bad grandpa. and the grandpa is selling this thing. and these are people walking around his house trying to buy his wife's old stuff. here's one of my favorite scenes. >> this bed's going for a pretty good price. >> i'd like to lay down and take a nap myself. i'm tired all ready. >> yeah. >> is it one of those ones that adjusts? >> yes, ma'am, it's really good.
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it's one of those that kind of sit up where you're watching tv. yes, here, try -- i'll try to adjust it a little. whoa! whoa! whoa! whoa! stop! stop! whoa, stop! >> unplug it! >> oh, my god! what are you trying to do to me? >> jimmy: please welcome back to the show one of our favorites. say hello to johnny knoxville, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: johnny knoxville! welcome back, buddy! >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you for coming back to see us here. [ cheers and applause ] before we get into this, i heard your name mentioned the other day because we are getting all
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excited for the olympics here on nbc. and bob costas was talking, and he said that johnny knoxville should be the president of the ioc. the olympic committee, to come up with new olympic events. >> there's a man with his finger on the pulse. >> jimmy: yes, that's exactly right. bob costas. yeah, you should do this. >> yeah, i think so. >> jimmy: yeah, and put us some new sports into the olympics. >> well, you know nutball would be sanctioned immediately. >> jimmy: yes. now, familiarize -- i'm not familiar with nutball. what is that again? >> well, you lay about -- you sit about eight feet across from your buddy on a carpet. and just take a ball or a bone or a shoe and just try to hit each other in the nuts. >> jimmy: yeah, there you go. that's it. it's a great -- costas, call him. >> or battle shots. we played that last time. >> jimmy: ah, man, we played this game last time you were on the show. we wore sailor hats, and we played like battleship. but it was called battle shots. and instead of -- what were we drinking, shots of beer? >> beer and we added tequila at the last second. >> jimmy: we didn't add tequila. we didn't add tequila at the last second.
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you added tequila at the last second. i had to do the rest of the show like -- [ mumbling ] tell me what your movie's about. [ jimmy snores ] i've got to say -- so "jackass 3," when you came on for that -- which we loved that as well. it screened at moma, which is -- what an honor that is. i thought that was amazing. now, "bad grandpa," they announced the academy awards. and here your name comes up. your movie's nominated for an academy award. you're an academy award nominated -- [ cheers and applause ] i'm so excited about this! i'm so happy! >> i can't hear it without laughing. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: without laughing, exactly. it's just amazing. >> well, you know, i'm -- you know, between moma and the oscar nomination, i started drinking my moonshine out of brandy snifters. >> jimmy: oh, is that right? >> and smoking pipes, yeah. >> jimmy: you've really changed. >> very high class. yeah. >> jimmy: doing a tour now. but, i mean, that's -- how amazing. how fun is that? >> i mean, you know, you can't take that back. >> jimmy: you always -- for the
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rest of your life, this will be an academy award-nominated film. unrated. >> it's funny just to say. >> jimmy: i love it. >> but on the flip side, our guys actually deserve it. because, i mean, the movie has to look great on screen. but it has to look great in sunlight when i'm this close to you, pranking you. and not one person knew that i was in makeup. we shot 60 days over 10 months. not one person recognized the makeup. they would recognize the character, but not the makeup. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. without the makeup for this movie -- thank you -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i thought an acting nod. >> yeah. >> jimmy: can we get an acting award as well? >> well, let's not get crazy. >> jimmy: all right now, all right. [ laughter ] but, i mean, it is unbelievable, this makeup in here. i guess, if that doesn't work, you've got no movie. >> that's exactly right. other movies could exist without the makeup. this one couldn't. >> jimmy: yeah. >> period. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, it's unbelievable how you get people to do this stuff. it's like, there's one scene where you go into this seedy strip club.
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and it's like -- [ laughter ] it's unbelievable. i was afraid for you. >> oh, yeah. we knew i was either going to get great footage or shot that night. [ laughter ] i was fine with both. you walked in the club, and there's been a couple shootings there before. they had written on a paper plate, "if you walk into this bar with a mask, you will be treated like a robber." and if you ever get a warning written on a paper plate, heed that warning. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: a paper plate taped to the glass, i guess. if you come in here wearing a mask, you'll be treated like a robber. >> it took us three hours -- sorry. it took three hours for makeup usually, but that day it took five because i had a chest and a back on. but i ended up getting loaded during that prank. and i spent five hours of makeup and forgot to take my shirt off. i dropped my pants but forgot to take my shirt off. so all that for nothing. >> jimmy: oh, wait. so, you had a chest and a back, but we never saw that. >> never saw it. >> jimmy: because your character, bad grandpa, irving zisman -- he gets inspired to dance with
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the ladies. >> he got loaded, too. >> jimmy: yeah. you're a method actor. you're a method actor. both you and the character got loaded. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and his pants come down. and let's just say certain things hang out in his underwear. >> yeah, he's endowed in one area. not the area you want to be endowed in. >> jimmy: no. >> more cosmetic. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> you get what i'm talking about, right? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. but then you're jumping over the railing -- >> yeah, yeah, yeah. at one point, i'm no longer 86-year-old irving. i'm a really drunk johnny knoxville in makeup, jumping over the railings and harassing people. >> jimmy: it's unbelievable. and then, there's one thing where you get -- there's a giant penguin in, like -- what is it? a diner or something? >> yeah, we put a giant penguin out in front of a diner like an hour before we did the prank. so i pull into the diner, and hit the penguin. and i just get one of the best marks i've ever had in my life. i pranked him for 30 straight
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minutes, this guy. and they finally had to step in and stop me because i would still be pranking him. >> jimmy: how can you do it for that long? how can you prank someone for 30 minutes? >> well, he was so -- i yelled at him, and he got angry. and when he got angry, i can do whatever i want with him because he's just completely emotional and not thinking straight. and i just -- i just loved it. it's so much fun. i'm a small person. >> jimmy: no, no, i know. but i mean -- and you do it -- aren't you afraid of getting hit or anything? >> oh, he kept saying -- >> jimmy: i'm going to hit you. >> yeah, he kept saying "i'm going to knock you out." but when someone keeps telling you they're going to hit you, each time they tell you, the percentage goes down more and more each time. it's the guys that don't say anything, they just knock you out. that's happened. >> jimmy: yes, that's happened before, yeah. where they just go off. well, this guy, apparently, he didn't want to -- he's like, "i'm not signing the release," once you revealed that you were him, not irving zisman? >> no, he actually signed the release, but we went back and
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interviewed him in charlotte, north carolina a week ago. and he was mad, he said, for two weeks afterwards. he was still pissed, but he was cool and signed the release. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: gosh, it's unbelievable. you guys -- [ applause ] if you didn't like johnny knoxville before and if you didn't root for this to win an academy award before, you will now because everyone in the audience is getting this dvd. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ everybody got "bad grandpa unrated." you're going home with that one! [ cheers ] you want to try a fun race when we get? >> yeah! >> jimmy: that will be fun. we'll be right back with johnny knoxville. we're going to try a little racing. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. yeah. everybody knows that. did you know there is an oldest trick in the book? what? trick number one.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ imitating british accent ] >> jimmy: welcome back! welcome back, everyone! i am here with johnny knoxville. the "bad grandpa" dvd is in stores today, and there's tons of great extras from that hilarious movie. go pick up a copy. >> yes. >> jimmy: johnny and i are dressed in these suits of armor and are going to try out a new race. we're calling it "late knights." with a "k." [ laughter and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] thank you. you look pretty good. we're going to start the race by spinning five times on our swords like you'd do with a baseball bat at a picnic. once we're good and dizzy, we're going to run backstage. [ laughter ] there's a hallway. there's a hallway. [ laughter ] >> sorry.
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>> jimmy: no, that's fine. i think it comes down. we're going to run into the scene dock and into the hallway there. we'll stop and chug a beer. >> whoo-hoo! [ cheers ] >> jimmy: guess who added that? [ laughter ] then we're going to spin again on our swords. we're going to keep racing down the hallway, climb over the hay bales. then go rescue the damsel in distress. [ laughter and applause ] spin on your sword one final time, then it's a race back to the studio. the first one to cross the finish line right there with their damsel in distress is the winner and the first-ever "late knights" with a "k" champion! [ cheers and applause ] you ready to do this? [ laughter and applause ] really, there's no armor there.
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>> sorry, bro. >> jimmy: no problem. johnny, you ready to do this? >> yeah! >> jimmy: roots, can we get a little "late knights" music? ♪ all right, we're going to spin five times on our swords. one! two! three! spin! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ here we go. >> where do we go? this way? ♪ >> jimmy: whoo. cheers, buddy. >> cheers. ah. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: yeah. we love you. welcome back to our show. >> thank you, jimmy. >> jimmy: i've got to thank you so much for in december. i hosted "saturday night live." >> that's right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it was too fun and such an honor. you came on. we did the "barry gibb talk show." >> that's right. >> jimmy: it was me, you and justin timberlake. there's a picture. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much for putting on the suit and going for it. >> yeah. no, it's okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: was it odd doing that skit? >> yeah. because i'm -- what was odd was looking at myself 30 years ago. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] that's pretty weird. yeah, yeah, come on. i mean, me and justin were sitting there -- or justin and i were sitting there.
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you were hitting the falsetto, and we were both just in awe. jaw dropped. i'm like, "that's barry gibb." like, he's so amazing. and just so everyone knows, i'm a fan. the whole thing where barry gets mad, i made that up. you're actually a nice guy. never heard a bad story about you. i just made it up because i always wanted to do a character that just snaps on people. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i thought, "well, i also do an impression of barry gibb." [ laughter ] so i apologize if anyone thinks that you're a mean guy. >> no, i love it. i love it. and i've been -- [ cheers and applause ] i haven't been allowed to wear white for, like, 30 years. >> jimmy: you haven't worn white in 30 -- yeah. >> i'm not allowed. >> jimmy: you're not allowed to? yeah, okay, good. [ talking over each other ] i saw you talking with paul mccartney because he was also on the show. that looked like a fun conversation, but i didn't want to stop it. so i was like, i'll let you guys just chat. >> well, we've met twice. that was the second time. the first time was 1967 at the savoy theatre in london. when he came, i think, with a lady named jane asher.
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and they sat in the box. and i think it was really bad. it was a bad show. >> jimmy: oh, you didn't have a good show? >> no, it wasn't a good show. but he was great. >> jimmy: and you haven't seen him since? >> haven't seen him since. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it was that bad? come on, paul, he's very good. >> yeah, he said, "terrible show." >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. yeah, exactly. >> no, no, no. he's wonderful. he's my hero, you know. he's the kind of songwriter and singer that we follow all our lives. >> jimmy: is that right? >> absolutely. >> jimmy: that's so fun. and now you're going back on tour, may 15th. >> yeah. >> jimmy: is that fun? i mean, did you miss it? because you weren't going to go on tour. >> no, i wasn't. after the last streisand album, you know, i sort of thought, "well, maybe that's enough." you know? because -- but it wasn't. no, it's being on stage. being on stage, there's nothing like it. and singing those songs. >> jimmy: i know. we were talking backstage. i said, "do you ever just get around, and get a guitar and just sing songs?" and you were like, "yeah, we do that." you said that robin would never want to -- >> robin was the one who sort of didn't like the social sort of sing-songs. >> jimmy: because we were doing, like, everly brothers backstage. and you would do other people's
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songs. not just your songs. >> oh, yeah, absolutely. all kinds of old songs. >> jimmy: well, i have a guitar here. and i was just wondering -- [ cheers and applause ] if you could maybe -- >> oh, wow. >> jimmy: playing around. i mean, just playing around. maybe, could we do a couple everly brothers or -- >> jimmy: which one should we try? >> which one? >> jimmy: "bye-bye love," maybe. >> that's great. >> jimmy: again, it's a medium -- apparently -- [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ bye-bye love bye-bye happiness hello loneliness i think i'm gonna cry ♪ ♪ bye-bye love bye-bye sweet caress hello emptiness i feel i'm gonna cry ♪ ♪ bye-bye my love good-bye ♪ >> jimmy: all right, that's good. [ cheers and applause ] not bad.
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how about "wake up little susie"? >> oh, yeah, okay. >> jimmy: can we wake up little susie? ♪ ♪ wake up little susie wake up wake up little susie wake up ♪ ♪ the movie wasn't so hot they didn't have much of a plot we fell asleep ♪ ♪ our goose is cooked our reputation is shot wake up little susie wake up little susie ♪ ♪ well what are we going to tell your mama what are we going to tell your pa ♪ ♪ what are we gonna tell your friends when they say ooh la, la wake up little susie ♪ >> jimmy: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] all right, that's good. should we give them the next one? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: maybe give them "dream." >> yeah. ♪ dream
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dream, dream, dream dream dream, dream, dream ♪ ♪ when i want you in my arms when i want you and all your charms ♪ ♪ whenever i want you all i have to do is dream dream, dream, dream dream ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, barry gibb! that was so good! thank you for doing that! go see him live on the mythology tour starting may 15th. he performs when we get back! wow, that was so fun! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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with a little help from the roots, once again, the one, the only, barry effing gibb! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ my baby moves at midnight goes right on till the dawn my woman takes me higher my woman keeps me warm ♪ ♪ what you doin' on your back what you doin' on your back ♪ ♪ you should be dancing yeah dancing yeah she's juicy and she's trouble she gets it to me good ♪
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♪ my woman gives me power goes right down to my blood what you doin' on your back ♪ ♪ what you doin' on your back you should be dancing yeah dancing yeah ♪ ♪ what you doin' on your back what you doin' on your back ♪ ♪ you should be dancing yeah dancing yeah ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ my baby moves at midnight goes right on till the dawn my woman takes me higher my woman keeps me warm ♪ ♪ what you doin' on your back what you doin' on your back ♪ ♪ you should be dancing yeah dancing yeah what you doin' on your back ♪ ♪ what you doin' on your back ah you should be dancing yeah ♪ dancing yeah >> come on! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ you should be dancing yeah ah ah ♪
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♪ you should be dancing yeah ah ah ♪ ♪ you should be dancing yeah ah you should be dancing yeah ♪ ♪ ah ah ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's the way to do it right there! barry gibb! see him live on the mythology tour this summer starting may 15th in boston. visit jimmyfallonlatenight.com.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our thanks to johnny knoxville. barry gibb, once again! and the greatest band in late night, the roots everybody! there they are. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for carson daly. thank you for watching. have a good night. hope to see you tomorrow, everybody! thank you!
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>> carson: hey everybody, it's carson daly and we are house at evr again this week, so settle in. we got some great shows coming your way. and we're gonna start things off with capital cities from the greek. we got a snapshot on the band kan wakan, but right now the "last call" spotlight. in 2001 charlie todd began orchestrating elaborate pranks all over new york city. 13 years later, improv everywhere has logged over 100 missions, millions of youtube views and now a top-notch documentary. from filmmaker matt adams, take a look at our spotlight tonight, we cause scenes. ♪

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