tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC January 29, 2014 12:36am-1:37am PST
>> jimmy: thank you very much! hot crowd right there. hot crowd here in new york city. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. ah, feels good. it wakes you up. it doesn't just wake you up. it's refreshing. welcome. thank you. we have a great show tonight. it's going to be fun. all right. let's get to the jokes. here's what people are talking about -- i love you, too, man. everyone know the president's state of the union address was tonight. this is interesting just three weeks after the bridge gate scandal the mayor of fort lee new jersey was invited to attend that speech. yeah. when he heard that, chris christie was like, good luck getting there. [ laughter and applause ] don't get mad. no. actually that mayor should feel right at home in congress, you know, since they're a bunch of gridlocked people angry with the guy in front of them. [ applause ] yeah. political. political joke. [ laughter ] thank you. >> steve: preach.
preach. >> jimmy: more news out of washington. during a speech yesterday hillary clinton says she still doesn't know if she's running for president in 2016. you know. just like i don't know if i'm going to having a beer on st. patrick's day. [ laughter and applause ] of course i am. what are you talking about? don't ask me that question. speaking of hillary, she says she hasn't driven a car since 1996. pretty incredible, if you think about that, but she's found some alternative ways to get into work. for instance, she's been spotted e.t. basketing. [ laughter ] there you see -- she's also been seen knieveling, which is very dangerous. [ laughter ] people have seen hillary hipstering, which i don't even know what that is. but, last one is probably her most common way of getting to work, she's been teen wolfing, which is very interesting. [ applause ] ♪ style! >> steve: styles.
>> jimmy: we all had a friend named styles. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: the super bowl just around the corner you guys. excited about the super bowl? [ cheers and applause ] i can't wait. i'll be watching. you know, a lot of people watch the game just for the ads you know, just for the commercials, but they're very expensive. in fact, this year's super bowl is charging $4 million just for a 30 second spot. so expensive. some companies are trying to save money by having commercials that aren't quite at long. like check out this one for dunkin' doughnuts. [ laughter and applause ] that right there -- $1 million. >> steve: are you serious? >> jimmy: that's right. dunkin donuts. you know what i call it, funkin' gonuts. ♪ funkin' gonuts [ cheers and applause ] ♪ funkin' gonuts >> steve: egg-white sandwich. >> jimmy: all right.
egg-white sandwich? >> steve: trying to be helpful, you know? they got their whole healthful line. >> jimmy: yeah, they do. everybody is psyched up for the big game. even toronto mayor rob ford is in for the super bowl. [ cheers ] that's my man. look at this photo of rob ford holding a press conference about his cities budget and is wearing a denver broncos' jersey. that's real. yeah. he said he and peyton manning have a lot in common. at any moment, they could get blitzed. [ laughter and applause ] it's actually no secret that mayor ford loves the nfl. in fact, he invented a new play for the league. and we have a new video of him demonstrating it. check it out. this is called the rob ford. [ laughter ] that's real, dude. [ laughter and applause ] let's see that play again one more time again. ♪ there he goes, back for the snap.
never seen that play before where the quarterback tackles himself. very interesting, but he pulls it off. [ applause ] but, actually they're saying a new survey found one third football fans have prayed to god to help their team win. i thought that was interesting. you know that god helps those who themselves, but he also said, i wouldn't be too upset if the seahawks won it by seven. got a little money on it. [ applause ] last night was the fourth episode of our favorite show "the bachelor." very great show. good for america. [ laughter ] good for everybody involved. in this episode, juan pablo -- juan pablo. [ laughter ] and the ladies were in south korea eating octopus and one woman was a little squeamish about eating it and it really bugged one of her competitors. take a look. >> claire, claire, claire. [ all chanting claire ] >> the most dramatic person i have ever seen. her piece was literally this big. and i know you've swallowed bigger things than that. [ audience oohs ]
>> jimmy: those are fighting words! should have had, like, a little -- [ laughter ] i don't know about you. are you asleep? no. i'm awake. i just like it when my eyes are closed. [ laughter ] look at her occupation, by the way. dog lover? >> steve: that's a job? >> jimmy: even kim kardashian was like, get a real job! [ laughter and applause ] dog lover? not a job. >> steve: what do you do for a living? i love dogs. >> jimmy: but last night's episode was great. but if you missed it, don't worry, because here to re-enact the scene with actual lines from the show are mark and tariq from the roots. guys? [ cheers and applause ] >> thanks, jimmy. tonight i'll be playing claire, a 32-year-old hair stylist who is lucky enough to receive the
very first rose from juan pablo. >> and i'll be playing lauren s., a 26-year-old music composer who still hasn't even kissed juan pablo. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: great. whenever you're ready, guys. ♪ >> are you going to try and -- kiss juan pablo tonight? >> i'm not going to try and kiss him. [ laughter ] >> what about you? are you going to try and plant one on him? >> probably not. >> why? do you want to? >> you know i do, of course. a kiss would mean a lot. i mean, i know we're attracted to each other, but -- i don't know he feels. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> i just know you've kissed other girls in the house.
>> jimmy: all right. all right. >> it would make me feel like he isn't interested. >> jimmy: okay. >> yeah. ♪ >> jimmy: there you go. right there. very dramatic. very dramatic scene. [ applause ] thank you very much, mark and tariq. thank you very much. [ applause ] there you go, more than enough applause. you've had more than enough applause. hams. this wasn't good. microsoft had to apologize recently for posting a tweet that suggested older women don't know how to use computers. my mom was pretty mad. she was upset. she spent, like, half an hour typing an angry e-mail into the microwave. [ laughter ] she was at the microwave just pressing the buttons going beep, beep, beep, beep, beep. this is a crazy story here. last week a man kansas managed to escape from his burning house only to run back in to save his xbox. [ laughter ] fortunately, his wife wasn't
harmed, because she left him years ago. i've got to go back in. for baby photos? no. my xbox. you're xbox? this seems to be happening more and more these days. michael's, the country's biggest arts and crafts store is warning customers that hackers might have stolen their credit card information. in fact, today michael's is released an official statement to address the situation. check it out. [ laughter ] they aren't the only ones having trouble. royal caribbean cruise is having to return to the u.s. early, because more than 600 people onboard fell ill with symptoms including vomiting and diarrhea. or as royal caribbean put it the weight-loss cruise was a total success! [ laughter and applause ] and finally, later this year florida residents will vote on new law to legalize medical marijuana. [ cheers ] which means your grandma's cookies are about to get a lot
better! we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: all right. that is singer liv warfield sitting in with the roots tonight. oh, welcome, liv. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much for being here. her album "the unexpected" will be out february 18th. and it was executive produced by no other than prince. [ cheers and applause ] that's what i'm talking about. prince, sorry. prince harry. [ laughter ] yeah.
prince is a good man. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: yeah. he's fun. he's like, jimmy you got to have liv on the show. then he disappeared in a purple smoke. [ laughter ] we have great show tonight, after more than 12 years, he'll appear on his last "saturday night live" this weekend. please. he has a job. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: all right. >> jimmy: next month he takes over as host of this show seth meyers is in the house tonight! [ cheers and applause ] he's a great dude. i love him. i love seth. plus, he's calling the super bowl this weekend to tell us all about the big game. joe buck is stopping by. nobody better than joe buck. i like that guy. and as i said before, liv warfield is not only sitting in with the roots, she'll be performing tonight as well.
thank you for that, liv. jimmy, you've got to have liv on the show. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: where did he go? oh, my god. >> steve: i saw some purple rain! >> jimmy: he's was just here! [ laughter ] it's like that. he's a magician. he's prince. guys, it's time to look at the stories making headlines today, and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ >> jimmy: tonight we'll look at the pros and cons of the super bowl coming to new york. that's right. super bowl xlviii will be played at metlife stadium home of the jets and giants. it's a really exciting time to be here but it does present some challenge. let's take a look at the pros and cons of the super bowl coming to new york. here we go. pro, a trip from new york city
to metlife stadium in jersey is a short 30- minute drive. con, unless chris christie is mad. then it's about five hours. [ laughter and applause ] understood. keep that in mind. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: pro, it's the biggest event in new york and tickets are super hard to get. con, at least that's what peyton keeps telling eli. [ laughter and applause ] pro, animal planet is putting a new york city twist on this year's puppy bowl. con, hello rat bowl! [ laughter and applause ] not as cute, but exciting. >> steve: very exciting. >> jimmy: pro, hearing the winning quarterback say, i'm going to disney world. con, hearing the losing quarterback say i'm going to bubba gump shrimp! that's a fun restaurant. >> steve: times square tradition. >> jimmy: i like it. pro, seeing peyton manning get blitzed. con, while appearing on the kathie lee. pro, this will be the first cold weather super bowl. con, which explains this year's halftime show, bruno mars and the luke-warm chili peppers.
pro, metlife stadium can hold 82,500 people inside of it. con, so can this. very, very -- very large hat. [ applause ] >> steve: a nice hat. incredibly large hat. >> jimmy: a lot of people in there. >> steve: you know what they say about large hats? >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: large heads. >> jimmy: is that right? [ laughter ] ♪ pro -- [ laughter ] you want to retire? take care. >> steve: good bye everybody. ♪ >> jimmy: you're back? >> steve: yeah. i came out of retirement. >> jimmy: how was retirement? what did you do? anything fun? >> steve: it was good. i went fishing. >> jimmy: you never fish. >> steve: i never fished before. i went fishing. someone stole my identity. m $3now i'illion in debt. >> jimmy: unbelievable. >> steve: i fishing trip. awful story. >> jimmy: awful story. >> steve: the boat was called "the anna marie." [ laughter ]
west palm beach. >> jimmy: sailing into the sunset. there i was only my shadow to be proof that i exist. [ laughter ] lapping of water -- >> steve: lapping water coming azure, blue, azure -- as the desert sky. anyway -- three marlins! >> jimmy: anyway, i used my credit card -- stupidly on the internet. you know -- >> steve: i bought a pez dispenser. >> jimmy: you've got a weird pez dispenser on ebay? >> steve: yes. a russian address. i didn't think anything of it. >> jimmy: your credit card limit is $3 million? >> steve: yes. >> jimmy: you've got to fix that. >> steve: i've got to fix that now. tell me now. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. what's your favorite pez dispenser you have? >> steve: mine is the -- [ laughter ] ah, i like the yoda one. >> jimmy: that's good. then you have the whole cast of after mash.
>> steve: i have the whole cast of after mash. i have radar, i have -- making an omelet? >> jimmy: and you have eight bulls from night court. >> steve: eight bulls from night court and selma diamonds. a fantastic collection. >> jimmy: congratulations. here we go. [ laughter ] well, we're glad you are back. pro, hearing the seahawks -- [ laughter ] i don't know what he is talking about. wait a second. pro, hearing the seahawks richard sherman go on a long, angry deafening tirade. con, and still be the most polite person on the subway. there you go. it's new york. [ applause ] pro, going to the super bowl and smelling the excitement in the air. con, going to new jersey and smelling the new jersey in the air. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: nice time of year. pro, players will wearing special gear to combat frigid conditions. con, including helmets designed by daft punk.
look at that. it's very interesting. pro, the super bowl is coming back to new york. con, it's now called the super bowl starring jimmy fallon. [ cheers and applause ] bringing it back to new york! >> steve: bring it back to new york. >> jimmy: and finally, pro, super bowl boulevard in times square, police will be on the lookout for any suspicious packages. con, like the one on this guy. there you go. "pros and cons." we'll be right back with seth meyers, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [announcer] welcome to the all-new intuit quickbooks. do more than ever before with it. make any place your place of business with it. get paid faster with it. run payroll with it. sync this stuff with that stuff with it. make more time for what you love with it. turn on only what you need with it.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is the anchor of "weekend update" and head writer on "saturday night live," which this weekend will be hosted by melissa mccarthy with musical guest imagine dragons. on february 24th he takes over as host of "late night." i couldn't be more psyched for this guy. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome seth meyers! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> well, well -- wow. >> jimmy: get used to it buddy.
>> yeah, great. >> jimmy: they like you. they like you. [ cheers and applause ] if you're all free on february 24th, i'd love to have you. >> jimmy: they're not doing anything. yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: welcome back to the program, buddy. >> good to be back. >> jimmy: this is your last week on "saturday night live." >> last week. crazy. >> jimmy: is it bittersweet. >> it's so bittersweet. it's so emotional. like i'm just counting down last things. like pitch on monday. i'm like, last pitch. >> jimmy: oh yeah. >> and then tonight's the writing night, if you well remember -- and like, i'm going to just be like, last sugar-free red bull at 5:00 a.m. >> jimmy: i like how it's sugar-free red bull. like it's healthier. [ talking over each other ] >> yeah exactly. drinking red bull at 5:00 a.m. is ridiculous. >> jimmy: yeah, it's sugar free though. >> but no, it's crazy. i'll sleep from like, 2:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. on a couch with like a little blanket. which is like, i'm 40. you're not supposed to do that. [ light laughter ] a grown man? wake up and work. >> jimmy: totally but that's what you do on writing nights. >> yeah. i do think, like, no matter how healthy i live after "snl," like ten years from now, my doctor will be like, "were you drinking a lot of sugar-free, red bulls about ten years ago?
you have a week to live." >> jimmy: that's how you die. that's how you die. >> yes. >> jimmy: are you going to hit the after party after? >> well you know, i'm going to make one more run at like the after-after. >> jimmy: oh. i remember those. >> 'cause those were pretty fun. but i kind of retired from those. but i do feel i'm going to go and immediately pull a hamstring. [ laughter ] i'm back at the -- oh. there it goes. >> jimmy: old man at the -- >> there it goes. can i have a sugar-free tequila? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not a drink. >> it is. you can get them. >> jimmy: that's not a drink. i remember going to one of those after-afters, and i remember it was time to go and tracy was shirtless, crawling on the floor. >> yeah. but it was a pool pit, there were pool tables. >> jimmy: yes. >> and he was shirtless. and remember someone being like, "excuse me. your friend is under the pool table." like very polite management being like, "could you give us a hand?" i think horatio was next to him passed out spooning. >> jimmy: you started "snl" back in 2001. >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you remember your first time on "weekend update"? >> i do. you introduced me my first time on "weekend update." >> jimmy: that's right, i did. >> coming out to talk about the
yankees and red sox and all that fun stuff. >> jimmy: we have a clip of me and you in 2001. let's take a look. november 3rd. >> well, tough night for the new york yankees. they lost to arizona 15-2. the series is tied at three games apiece, here with a commentary is our own seth meyers. >> thanks, jimmy. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: what was going on? >> what was wrong with us? [ cheers and applause ] >> that's like -- >> jimmy: that's what we looked like? >> that's 0-2 on haircuts. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what was going on with our hair? that is absolutely insane. here is dress rehearsal me and air me. >> that's great. what was that? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what am i doing in dress rehearsal? >> i don't know. in dress rehearsal you looked like the lead singer of the cars. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and on-air i look like a lesbian. >> that's right. i like that at dress you were like using the hair products and they're like, "don't run out." [ laughter ] you're like, "no there'll be plenty left." >> jimmy: kyle maclachlan.
and there's you. >> oh! i took your hair products! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's what happened. >> i'm so sorry. look what happened. >> jimmy: that's what happened. yeah. >> oh, my god. that's great. lorne must have been -- i like what you're doing. i want to switch one thing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i love this. this is unbelievable. i think you gradually lose your hair as you get older. i think i lost eyebrow hair. look at the eyebrows. man, oh man, i had some big eyebrows. >> i bring some intense eyebrows. i'm also like super tan. we both look, like, really tan. >> jimmy: yeah. looks like you were running a fishing charter before you got to "snl." [ laughter ] >> by the way, i just want to point out the accuracy. dress and hair holding the pencil the exact same way. >> jimmy: i'm a professional, seth. >> this is like one of those things in "people," magazine which is like, what's different? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: 10 things are different. >> i think -- i'm not that good at advice. take the haircut. >> jimmy: gosh. that was unbelievable hair. i don't know what to do with that stuff. but this is an exciting time. you've got to be freaking out. >> yeah, very excited.
can't wait to get started. >> jimmy: couldn't happen to a greater guy. you're going to do a great job with the show. and i saw this. i was so proud of you. cover of "time" magazine. what? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is big time. >> it's great. >> jimmy: that is big time. >> it's funny, because that, like, came out a month ago. but i keep now -- i feel like now it's in dentists' offices. so i'm getting a lot of texts from friends now who don't get "time" but are seeing it. and they always send pictures of it. and it's like on a coffee table. and they're like, "dude, that's awesome." and i've just been writing back, "cool. any cavities?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: nowhere -- i know exactly where you are. >> jimmy: but this made you, it was also an ego check for you. >> it was a ego check. i used to live in europe. and i have friends over there. and i was like, hey everybody, get "time." i'm on the cover of "time." turns out i'm not on the international edition of "time." >> jimmy: you're not. >> no, they went with something a little more interesting. just the year. [ laughter ] that we were like, do you want seth meyers? and they were like, no.
i think -- we like the 2014. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's going to fly off the shelves. >> that's great. that's really good. we don't quite know who the man is. >> jimmy: that is a good ego check right there. i love that. well, now you went from "snl." you went to "late night" and i know before that, improv. you worked in improv. >> yep. oh yeah. >> jimmy: but any non-performing jobs? >> my last non-performing job was i waited tables as a mexican restaurant in chicago. >> jimmy: yes. that's where you pay your dues. >> twisted lizard, out of business now. >> jimmy: twisted lizard? >> twisted lizard. i think it recently shut it's doors. but it's funny of all the jobs i had, all these stressful jobs, it's the only job i still have panic dreams about. [ laughter ] i'll still be like -- i'll sit, bolt upright, because i'll have a dream of like, table 15 doesn't have their margaritas. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this will be a lot easier. more with seth meyers when we get back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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actually build it. "here's a hammer and some nails. just tell us what you need. we'll get you the wood and you can go to work." >> jimmy: i think this looks like a desk. i think i built something. are you worried about anything though? >> i'm worried about -- i'm worried about the interviewing. i mean, obviously that's a thing that you have to learn by doing. >> jimmy: yeah, you can't really just practice that by watching dvds. >> a lot of journalists will be like, when you were a kid, did you interview your stuffed animals? i didn't. but then i started thinking, maybe i should do that now. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so i called my mom. i was like, i need all the old stuffed animals. sitting them down. i'm like, oh popsicle, what you've been up to? and he's like, ah, in the closet for 30 years. thanks for checking in. i'm glad you're doing well. >> jimmy: i appreciate that. yeah, absolutely. this is going to be exciting. do you have any time off between, or no? >> we have a little bit of time off. i think another thing i'm really worried about is the time off on saturday. having saturday's off. >> jimmy: yeah. >> because you don't have saturdays off. and i feel like i have to start going to, like, dinner parties. >> jimmy: no, no. >> and then the dinner parties, i feel like the conversations all feel like a "late night"
host. and i'll be talking to somebody at the dinner party. "that's really interesting. i think we have a clip." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. you don't want a clip. not everyone has a clip. we don't have the a clip? you didn't bring a clip, mom? well, there's a "late night" tradition that was passed down. i don't even know if it's real or not, because i don't know -- no one from letterman has actually told me. the writers of david letterman, who started "late night." the writers passed this thing on to conan o'brien, who was fantastic at "late night" as well. i wouldn't have this job without conan o'brien. yeah. he's a great guy [ cheers and applause ] he had it and then gave it to me. >> right. >> jimmy: and then i've been stuck with it for five years. i mean, i've been so blessed to have this thing for five years. and so now i would like to present it to you. >> all right. >> jimmy: this is the "late night" pickle. it is a giant -- [ cheers and applause ] >> wow. ♪
>> jimmy: this is it right there. this is the passing of the pickle. if anyone -- >> don't know if i have room for it. hold back the emotions. hold back the emotion. he did it right there, everybody. seth meyers! [ cheers and applause ] just yesterday, you were a little kid. watch him on "saturday night live" this weekend with host melissa mccarthy, musical guest imagine dragons. and right here on "late night" starting february 24th. seth meyers, once again everybody! congratulations on your show. joe buck joins us next. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i don't just make things for a living i take pride in them. so when my moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis was also on display, i'd had it. i finally had a serious talk with my dermatologist. this time, he prescribed humira-adalimumab. humira helps to clear the surface of my skin
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is considered the best at his craft. he called his first world series at age 27. this sunday he'll be calling his fourth super bowl as the denver broncos face-off against the seattle seahawks in super bowl xlviii at 6:00 p.m. on fox. please welcome back to the show, a talented man, here is joe buck!
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: so nice to see you. >> great to see you. >> jimmy: welcome back to our show. i always love it when you come by. you come from one of my favorites cities by the way. st. louis. >> i do. >> jimmy: fantastic city. ever eaten at crown candy? >> i have. yeah. that's kind of kind like a staple in downtown st. louis. >> jimmy: it is so beautiful. it's from, i think the '50s or something like that. it hasn't changed a bit. >> no. >> jimmy: and they have the heart-stopping blt. >> yes. >> jimmy: have you ever had that thing? >> if you sample the food around st. louis you know why i grew up a fat kid. >> jimmy: it's really unbelievable. >> you got the hill with the italian food. you got downtown, crown candy. it's just a great city for food. >> jimmy: it's two pieces of bread and then all just bacon. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i think the lettuce and tomato disintegrate with the bacon grease. [ laughter ] so all you see is just bacon.
it is really, i mean -- >> "b" is the only capitalized letter. "lt" is -- >> jimmy: built. >> no, not really. >> jimmy: yeah, it's more b than anything. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'm psyched about the super bowl here. interesting that it's here in new york city. >> yeah. >> jimmy: everybody's complaining about the cold weather. >> babies. >> jimmy: what? >> babies. >> jimmy: thank you. thank you so much. >> babies. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wimps! so old. >> it's the nfl. it's football. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i mean, it's new york. nois bthing ter than when it's in new york. >> jimmy: that's what i'm saying! [ cheers and applause ] everything's better in new york. >> that's called playing up to the crowd. >> jimmy: very good. >> playing up to the crowd. but you're right. and i think people complain, because they're worried about not being able to get to parties. you know? typically, if you're in new orleans, you're on bourbon street. people are throwing up at 11:00 a.m. and they're going from one party to the next. here, it's a little bit more tricky. >> jimmy: yep. >> but it's freakin' new york. >> jimmy: i mean, come on.
yeah. it can't be bad. absolutely not. everybody's like, oh it's going to be snow, we might have to cancel the game. >> no. >> jimmy: cancel the game? hitting each other at 90 miles an hour. >> when's the last time they cancelled an nfl game because it was too cold? >> jimmy: yeah, please. it's not going to happen. >> just doesn't happen. >> jimmy: is any team going to be affected though, by the weather? are the broncos going to suffer because it's cold? >> yeah, i think it's if cold, windy. and yeah, i work with troy aikman. he used to hate throwing a wet football. >> jimmy: really? >> i think i speak on behalf of all of us. throwing a wet football is no fun. [ light laughter ] he a tough time with the grip. and so peyton having gone through all the neck stuff and the nerve issues, and there are issues with his grip. that's why he's wearing a glove on his hand now, which he never used to do. so if the place is windy. if the ball is wet, then i think it affects denver more than it would the seahawks, who can just absolutely pound the ball with marshawn lynch. >> jimmy: and all it does is rain in seattle. >> right. >> jimmy: but, so the line is
what? broncos by two? >> i don't talk line, jimmy. >> jimmy: i got you. absolutely, but i got a good price on the seahawks. >> jimmy: so who do you think is going to win, honestly? >> i've literally gone back and forth. i did the championship game in seattle. came out of that game thinking, nobody can beat them. and then friends of mine, who probably know more than i know about the nfl start -- they've convinced me that denver's going to win. my fiance is from deer. so -- it would be hard right now on national tv to pick against the denver broncos. >> jimmy: so -- >> i got a lot riding on that, if you know what i'm saying. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. [ laughter ] >> so that said, i kind of think this game will be won by the -- seahawks? >> jimmy: oh! you think so? >> no. i was kidding. i meant the denver broncos. >> jimmy: you can't say it! oh my god. i heard floyd mayweather made a $10 million bet. >> i just heard that. >> jimmy: on the broncos. $10 million.
>> yeah. does that make you -- is there a small part of you that wants to see him lose that. are you a -- >> jimmy: no. i don't ever -- i don't mess with floyd mayweather. he can do whatever he wants to. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> it's a good way to go through life. yeah, so if floyd picks denver, who am i to pick the seattle seahawks? >> jimmy: yeah. you've always knew this is what you wanted to do, right? >> yeah. i'm a lucky sperm club member. my dad did what i do for 50 years for the st. louis cardinals. >> jimmy: your dad is amazing. >> he was the best. the best, and a great guy. you know, treated people the right way, and so -- >> jimmy: the voice of the st. louis cardinals and he would take you to games? you would sit next to him? >> i mean, all summer. into school. >> jimmy: really? >> go on road trips. go to l.a. leave a dodger/cardinal game. he and i would fly to vegas. i was eight. i played donkey kong all night. he'd shoot craps. i'go to the room, i'd tuck myself in. i'd watch specter vision movies for less than five minutes.
i wouldn't get charged for those. [ laughter ] and then -- >> jimmy: i know what you're talking about, yeah, yeah. >> maybe i was a little bit older. thank you. ♪ questlove, yeah! bring it. >> jimmy: we know what that means. yeah. >> ah, yeah. so they never showed up on the bill, and he would pop in, in the morning and be like, "hey, buck, we work for free this week," if he rocked on the craps table. or, you know, "hey, look at this wad of 100s. don't tell your mom." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's very nice. this is -- i gave seth this "late night" pickle. which is a good luck thing. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so cool. >> i'm so happy for you. this guy, i mean -- we all see these guys, and he is legitimately the nicest guy you could meet in this business. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no. >> yeah. no. it's true. >> jimmy: thanks. >> and seth -- seth is an absolute natural for this. >> jimmy: yeah. >> the two of you guys back to back, just going to kill. >> jimmy: thank you so much. we have this -- this pickle thing. >> right yeah. i was going to ask you if you had any superstitions?
>> i do. >> jimmy: and you do? >> i do. >> jimmy: do you have it with you right now? >> i do. you're the only person to ever seen this. 2009, i'll be quick. i'm doing a game in new orleans. i get a king cake, you know what that is? it's like for good luck. >> jimmy: yeah, new orleans. >> so our group gets one. you take these slices. and if you get the slice with the baby in it, you have, like, years of good luck or something. so i got the slice, and i got the baby. >> jimmy: they put a plastic baby in the cake. >> so i got the baby. >> jimmy: this is true? >> and i -- because i'm superstitious, kept the baby in my pocket. we had great game, we had a huge rating. i was very proud of the work troy aikman and i did, and so i did the whole game with this little guy -- >> jimmy: wow. >> in my hand. [ applause ] now -- i'll keep him, or her, i'm not quite certain. >> jimmy: until it grows up. we'll see what it is, yeah. [ laughter ] >> which may make the next part of the story a little weirder. i will put it in my pocket, i'll hold it in my hand.
i'll freak out aikman when he turns around, back to me, i'll just put it right in his shirt. or sometimes if i feel i need a little shot of good luck -- right there. >> jimmy: really? >> in the cheek. >> jimmy: like you're chewing it? like chewing tobacco? >> listen. second down and four. touchdown! seahawks! >> jimmy: you can hear it. it's a different effect. that actually works. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's the secret. >> so if you hear that on super bowl xlviii, know that the baby is riding large, right there. [ applause ] >> jimmy: our thanks to joe buck. the whole world will be tuning in to see super bowl xlviii this sunday at 6:00 on fox. liv warfield performs after the break. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ whoa, who-o-o-a ♪ whoa, who-o-o-a ♪ one, two, three, four!
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♪ >> carson: hey, what's up everybody? i'm carson daly. welcome to "last call." tonight's lineup, the blank tapes from the troubadour. we got "the 12 o'clock boys" in our "spotlight." and right now an american hero visits "last call." joelbert is a former navy seal who brings his unique skill set to discovery channel. in "lone target," he engages in a real life game of cat and mouse as he attempts to outrun the world's finest military and law enforcement agencies. from la belle at the hollywood tower, this is joel lambert. ♪ >> it's been a total shift for me to have to explain what i'm doing to camera as i'm doing it. and the first episode, it di