tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC January 1, 2016 12:30am-1:33am CST
oh, my gosh. welcome to "the tonight sh." thank you very much. thank you very much. here's what people are talking about. of course, it is the world series between the mets and the royals. [ cheers and applause ] that's right. last night was -- last night was a crazy game. and if you missed it, don't worry because they're set. [ laughter ] long game last night. yeah. long game. last night, the mets bartolo colon became the oldest pitcher to lose a world series game. yeah. he's old. yeahahyou can tell he's old. i mean, you can tell he's old because when the manager came out to talk to him, he was just happy to have a visitor. [ laughter ] are you one of my grandkids? no, bartolo colon was the oldest pitcher to lose a world series game. i mean, this pitcher is old. >> audience: how old is he? >> jimmy: he's so old, he keeps yelling at the outfielders to
get off! i'm just saying, he's old. >> audience: how old is he? >> jimmy: he's so old, he yells at his own fastball to slow down. he's like too fast. i'm just saying the man has aged more than other men. >> steve: humans on the planet. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> steve: he's advanced in years. >> jimmy: he's just saying he's old. >> audience: how old is he? >> jimmy: he's so old, his idea of a doubleheader is a a back-to-back episode of "matlock." [ laughter ] he's so old, he tested positive for performance enhancing applesauce. you guys, he's old. >> audience: how old is he? >> jimmy: he's so old, his balls are always low and away. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: ho! hey! >> jimmy: this one's good. did you see the game last night? did you see when it was delayed? fox -- fox sports lost its feed due to a power outage e something. it was weird. and they went back to the
figure things out. but i don't think the broadcasters were ready for this. take a look at this. >> hi, we're having some technical difficulties. eric karros and dontrelle willis here. as soon as those issues are resolved, we'll get you back to kansas city. once we regain p per to our truck, we will be going back there. are we heading back there now? i hear our music. does that mean we're going back to kansas city? does that mean we're going back to kansas city right now? >> jimmy: can someone take me to kansas cityty [ laughter ] these guys are want moving at all or saying anything. if the world stops, or is that for me? is that what happened? speaking of the world series, this is kind of funny. we stumbled upon this old ford commercial from 1986 featuring hall of fame pitcher bret saberhagen. it was awesome. he played for both the royals and the mets. and this is a real commercial. in the commercial, he actually rapped.
but just check it out. see if you remember. >> folks, i joined a new team. the tough ford ranger team at my ford dealer. got the trucks on the ball they've got it all they've got a truck and herere another very go deal choose a truck named after me the special edition ford mvp do the saberhagen shuffle to the kansas city ford dealer today [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: pretty funny. well, , did some digging and it turns out 1986 bret saberhagen is still out there and he's still rapping. [ laughter ] in fact, he's here with us tonight. come on out, bret. 1986. [ cheers and applause ] well thanks here jimmy thanks for having me on been a little while since anybody's had me on n >> jimmymyoh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ]
oh, my. we're glad -- we're glad to have you here, bret. what do you think the royals chances are to win the world series? [ laughter ] you're getting hyped up. yeah, yeah, whatato you think the royals' chances are to w w the world series? well i played for the royals and i also played for the mets so i'd like to not make any premature bets gamblin's a sin and i'm not speculating satan so let's just watch the game and may the best team win [ cheers and applause ] nailed it. >> jimmy: you nailed it? [ laughter ] oh, yeah. ask these guys. >> jimmy: just le rehearsal. >> yeah, even better. >> jimmy: there you go. swinging the bat, yeah. do you have any y vice for the team? >> oh, yeah.
it's a pretty long series it's the best out of seven so don't get weary it's a strenuous game and a lot is mental it comes down to who's got better fundamentals you gotta stay focused and don't get bored and when it's all over, come down to buy a ford truck [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there he is, bret saberhagen, everybody. good to see you, buddy. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: he's doing the shuffle. >> jimmy: saberhagen shuffle. saberhagen shuffle is just him walking, really. [ laughter ] he doesn't know how to open the door. can you open the door for him, higgins? there he is. get him out of there. [ applause ] >> steve: yeah, that's the shuffle.
is he still out there? there he is. all right. that's the saberhagen shuffle. classic. classic dance. >> steve: classic. >> jimmy: classic dance. the saberhagen shuffle. guys, tonight -- he's not still out there, is he still out there? [ cheers and applause ] all right, guys. tonight, game two of the world series started at the samemeime as cnbc's republican debate. so if you're a fan of a famous new yorker with a giant head, you can watch either, which is good news. he'll be happy. >> jimmy: well, this week was exciting. bernie sanders went on "the view" and it w w a really great chchce for him to talk to viewers about his policy. take a look at this. >> well, look, it is -- we have right now --
quality to you, just like super -- [ talking over each other ] [ talking over each other ] [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: whatever hearing bernie had left is now totally gone. check this out, guys. a canadian burger chain is now offering hamburgers with reese's peanut butter cups inside the burger. so, to answer your question, yes, there is a wrong way to eat a reese's. [ laughter ] listen to this, speaking of candy. a new poll found the least popular halloween candy in the u.s. this year is -- not raisins. no, reese's pieces are good. warheads are good, too. no. bears? theyeye not a candy at all. [ laughter ] >> steve: bears?
candy corn. there you go, yeah. >> steve: too late. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but it's candy corn. >> steve: candy corn. >> jimmy: yeah. do you know what that means? time for our annual least favoritetealloween candies list. first, of course, there's tootsie dumps. don't likes those. next we have, mystery nut log. no one knows what's in there. we have something called warm activia last bite spoon scrapables. [ audience ohs ] >> steve: how do they get that out? with a spoon? >> jimmy: by spoon scrapables. comes with a spoon, yeah. next we have gotcha bouillon cubes. [ laughterer and finally, of course, butt-or-finger. there you go. we have a great show. give it up for the roots.
>> jimmy: fantastic. guy, it's been a great week so far. there's more ahead tomorrow night. will forte, kate upton -- [ cheers and applause ] alex rodriguez, steve martin, and edie brickell will all be here tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] then on friday, dana carvey will be dropping by. [ cheersrsnd applause ] i love him. and we're going to play a game of wheel of impressions. plus, demi lovato, who's just -- i love her. [ cheers and applause ] and thank you notes. that's friday. but first, we have a fantastic show tonight. she's beautiful. she's talented. she's charming. she has an academy award. she's nice to everybody. everyone. everyone is in love e we don't want her t tleave. she really is.s. really is. i thought i was america's sweet -- thank you. thank you, thank you. we're excited because it's her first time on the show, from the new movie "our brand is crisis" sandra bullock is here. >> steve: yeah. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: sandy b. >> steve: i love watching her movies on dvd. >> jimmy: i've got all her movies on dvd. we got something really fun the show. you don't want to miss that. plus, he's one of the biggest rock stars in the entire world. i'm talking about my man rod stewart is s spping by. cheers and applause ] we're talking to him. he's going to perform a song off his new album. it's going to be fantastic. guys, we're in week eight of the nfl season, and sunday night's big matchup is between the denver broncos and the green bay packers. [ cheers and applause ] as you know, at the end of every season, they give out awards like most valuable player. but they also give out awards during the season. sort of like the ones in a high school yearbook. most likely to succeed, class clown, stuff like that. so with that in mind, it's time for "tonight show superlatives."
>> jimmy: our first player is jake ryan. he's a linebacker for the green bay packers. he was voted most likely to be the japanese anime version of matt damon. [ laughter ] >> steve: that's a great award. very prestigious. >> jimmy: didn't know that existed, yeah. next up, we have von miller. he's a linebacker for the denver broncos. he was voted most likely to shove himself into his own locker after a game. [ laughter ] get in there, nerd. >> steve: wait. >> jimmy: next up from the packers is ha ha clinton-dix. [ laughter ] he was voted most likely to have an archenemy named ho ho trump-cox. [ laughter ] >> steve: not good. not good. you do not want to mess with trump-cox. >> jimmy: next up from the denver broncos is matt paradis.
deserve hair. [ laughter ] if that's what you're gonna do with it, then don't even -- >> steve: if you're gonna have it, don't even. >> jimmy: wearing it backwards or something. [ laughter ] next up from the packers is mike pennel. he was voted most likely to be constantly limboing. [ laughterer >> jimmy: next from the packers is datone jones. he was voted most likely to say pat my tummy, let's get weird." [ laughter ] >> steve: really? that's an award? that's one award? >> jimmy: i've never heard of that award being given out to anyone. >> jimmy: next, we have denver peyton manning. [ cheers ] yeah. he was voted most likely to down two inches. [ laughter ]
popoible. >> jimmy: i don't think that's possible at all. you can't just do that. what did it -- what did it look like before? oh, yeah. no. [ laughter ] much better. much better. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: finally, from the broncos, we have sylvester williams. he was voted most likely to go by the nickname chestlove. there you go, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] there are your nfl superlatives. we'll be right back with sandra bullock, everybody.
>> jimmy: they love you. the audience loves you. i love you. i love you. >> jimmy: we all love each other. >> i love everybody. >> jimmy: i love everybody. we m around ten years ago. do you remember meeting? >> i sure do. >> jimmy: i think it was the last time i saw you. >> that's the last time you saw me. [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: i see what you're saying. we were doing a sketch. >> yes, we were. >> jimmy: no, i was hosting thth mtv video awards. >> yes, you were. >> jimmy: we were doing a fun bit. >> we were doing a bit, then you grabbed mine. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hoping you wouldn't bring that up again. >> this is really good. i need it right by the bed. [ laughter ] jimmy: we did a thing -- throots will do that, by the way.
we -- it was a very funny bit. and thank you for doing that. >> well, thank you for finding them. >> jimmy: well, no, no. [ laughter ] we did a bit where my arms were through your -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: my hands -- my arms were through your arms so my arms would be your arms. and your arms would be my arms. >> yes, that's correct. >> jimmy: yeah. then it got funny. it was funny. >> it was very funny. [ laughing ] >> jimmy: i remember. i was very cautious. and then you said -- >> if that's cautious, your wife is a lucky girl. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: let's change the subject. holidays are coming up. you like the holidays? we do have a holiday. halloween coming up. yeah, you have a little boy. what is your son dressing up for halloween? >> ninja turtles. >> jimmy: oh, i love it.
he's a classic guy. >> jimmy: are you going with -- how old is he? >> he's 5 3/4. >> jimmy: so do you dress up, too or no? >> i do. we usually match. this year, he deviated off the matching. he chose something that -- he chose slutty bat girl. [ laughter ] the most inappropriate. like there's the regular bat girl and the one for the moms that like to really turn it out. like a little leather skirt that comes to about right here. the boots that go over the knee, and like the bustier that you can barely tell it says batman -- bat girl. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm not going to be wearing that. >> jimmy: he chose that for you? >> he chose that. >> jimmy: where did he find that? >> we were going through-- there's a sensible catalog, and that one popped up. and he goes, "mama, you have to wear this." and i went, "no, mama doesn't have to wear that." [ laughter ] i'm not wearing that around your friends. >> jimmy: exactly. >> no coverage. so i'm going to deviate from the matching. >> jimmy: do you know what you're going to be? >> it's either like a pirate wench, covered head to toe, or
a mime. >> jimmy: be a mime, might as well. >> got too, they're 5. >> jimmy: my baby is 2. i'm afraid of wearing a mask. i think it's going to scare her. >> a little creepy. >> jimmy: it'll scare her, yeah. >> yeah, don't. >> jimmy: don't do it. >> don't do that. >> jimmy: but i mean, you have to change your hairstyle and color all the time as an actor. >> yes, we do, we do. >> jimmy: does your son get nervous? >> yeah, he doesn't like it. he doesn't like makeup. he just wants like hair down, he likes hair down, no makeup. and like sweatpants and a a t-shirt. then he picks slutty bat girl. [ laughter ] so i don't know -- >> jimmy: he's a boy. he's a boy. yeah. you going to take him out -- did you get dressed up when you were a kid? did you go out and do the whole thing? >> yeah, didn't everybody -- >> jimmy: you're lucky to have that. >> my mother was amazing. her and my dad would build my costumes. one year, i was a candy corn, just because i was going through puberty and it was a a mess. [ laughter ] so my dad -- >> jimmy: you wanted to cover your face up? >> they wanted to cover me from head to toe. >> jimmy: you're going as a a refrigerator box.
>> not far from it. my dad, it was made out of wood, actually. head to toe. he slid it over me and it had straps. so you couldn't see me, and there was a flap to put the candy in. literally, it was like -- >> jimmy: oh, no. oh, no. you could've been -- [ laughter ] could've been sandy corn. >> or sandy clause. >> jimmy: sandy corn. i get it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. no, no. did you ever go out and tp or anything, or egg houses? >> yeah, we did. >> jimmy: you did? >> i mean, everybody did. we were very responsible. i never cut class, except for nior skip day. we would ask permission, ask the parents of the tp recipients if it was okay to tp the house. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? >> i was a rebel. >> jimmy: you are-- oh, my gosh. >> i stayed the course until i was about 40. then it all just -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, me too.
"our brand is crisis." itit not too serious of a a political thriller, if anyone's thinking that. it's actually very funny. but it's basically you and billy bob thornton who i love. >> he's amazing. the nicest -- not worked with him, but we cannot remember why, but i was in his house at some point, a long time ago. [ laughter ] just he and i and this, what's called a myna bird. he had a talking bird that just -- all i remember is the bird in billy's house, and i cannot remember why i was there. this was during the day and i was completely sober. [ laughter ] i was. >> jimmy: so you and billy bob and a talking bird? >> and a talking bird. >> jimmy: really? the bird was like -- [ slingblade voice ] "some people call it a saltine, i call it a cracker." [ laughterer if you're getting the reference at all. >> we got it. we got it. >> jimmy: we love that guy. he's a great guy. >> he's the nicest -- you think he wants to shank you, but he's actually the nicest guy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's a tough looking dude.
that's what freaks me out. you talk to him, he's like this. and you're like, "he wanan to have me killed," but he doesn't. he actually listening. then he responds in kind. >> jimmy: and he's funny. >> he's a good guy. >> jimmy: then david gordon green. you can't get better than that. i love that guy. >> he's pretty spectacular. >> jimmy: a great director. "george, washington." >> did "joe," he did "pineapple express." >> jimmy: "pineapple express." >snow angels." >> jimmy: ththguy doing "pineapple express" is doing this movie. so just understand what type of movie it is. it's very good. you and billy bob, based on a a documentary. >> called "our brand is crisis." isn't it weird that we should name it after the documentary? >> jimmy: you can see the documentary, but see this movie first. >> it's just about what people will do for the win and for money, and just how far they spin out a a how, do they ever ow a conscience, and it's kind of reflecting what's happening now politically. >> jimmy: yeah, and people do freak out. i want to show everyone a clip. sandra bullock in "our brand is crisis." take a look at this. >> you see that bus?
over take that bus. >> no, come on now. >> how much would it cost for you to pass us. >> overtake that bus! >> g g go, go! >> very dangerous. >> watch the bridge. watch the bridge. watch the bridge! [ shouting ] >> oh, yeah. >> put your foot down. coco on! [ cheering ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. [ cheers and applause ] come on! hey, watch it! more with sandra bullock when we come back, everybody. "our brand is crisis."
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we're here with the one and oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] oh, they love you. they love you. and i love you, too. but -- and i don't mean to put t u on the spot. but do you remember doing a back -- >> yes, yeah. >> jimmy: you do? >> "jacob's patience." >> jimmy: yeah "jacob's >> yeah, i was -- i think it was like an ice cream store owner and you were my first customer. or one of my customers. >> jimmy: yeah. no i mean -- >> it was incredible. i had an incredible time then. >> jimmy: yeah, me -- me, too. [ laughter ] >> likikwhat? i mean -- >> jimmy: well i just know -- i don't know. >> was well reviewed, it was -- >> jimmy: don't take this the wrong way. you were a little difficult to work with. [ audience ohs ] sorry. >> sorry, like how so? how was i difficult?
>> no, please remind me. >> jimmy: for one thing, you refused to use your own arms. [ laughter ] in any of the scenes. >> jimmy: so yeah. do you remember this now? >> i -- very clearly. yes. i was -- i was actually at the time was a hand model for ring pop so they had my arms insured for like, 50,000 -- >> jimmy: but no matter what the deal was, you refused to use your arms. you used fake arms. used mannequin arms during all of your scenes, and then the director, to make you more comfortable, made all of us act with mannequin arms. and i just, i haha to say, it made things pretty inconvenient. >> i mean, as far as i was concerned, it looked completely natural. i don't think anybody even noticing. >> jimmy: well sure, as far as you were concerned, but there were millions of people enjoying "jacob's patience." >> absolutely no one could tell that they were fake. >> jimmy: i hate to do this to you on live tv, but do we have a clip? [ laughter ] could we show the audience? let the audienceceecide? please, here's "jacob's
[ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] >> hello. welcome to sandy's scoopery. i'm sandy, your super r per scooper. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hi sandy. >> hey. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'd love an ice cream. >> oh, well then you've come to the right place. what flavor do you favor? >> jimmy: what do you recommend? >> oh, well we have an assortment of delicious flavors. we have milli vanilla. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh that's nice. >> livin' la vida loca. >> j jmy: oh, yeah. that's a good, love ricky martin. >> here's beavis and butterscotch. >> jimmy: that'sood. oh, got a little mocha in that one. >> and like a slice of heaven we have -- >> jimmy: oh, we're gonna get right in there. >> apples and banae-nae. >> jimmy: whip and banae-nae. >> whip and banae-nae. >> jimmy: yeah, they all sound great, but i think i'll take -- i'll take one milli vanilla, please. >> okay, excellent choice. cup or cone? >> jimmy: i'll take the cone. >> oh, i knew you were a cone boy the minute you walked in. [ laughter ]
>> j mmy: yeah. >> just gr -- >> jimmy: that one looks good. looks like freshly baked. >> your gonna get that one. that's what we're gonna give you. >> jimmy: thank you. >> and we're gonna, okay. that's perfect. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: any one on top. no, no, any one -- ananone of the top ones. the one over on the e ft. i'm going -- on the bottom? >> jimmy: the one on the left i could have. >> okay. >> jimmy: is everything okay? >> we just -- so i'm going to -- [ laughter ] i'm just going to scoop it the old fashioned way that granny sandy used to do it. >> jimmy: is that right? >> scoop there it is. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: granny sandy would do it like this? >> i love that slide in. that first her slide. >> jimmy: the first slide in the ice cream? that's not what t anny sandy >> ol' granny sandy. there you go. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. you want that too, right there? sure, sure. thank you very much. >> num num. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's good vanilla. [ laughter ]
>> well we have a delicious assortment of toppings. we have rainbow sprinkles. >> jimmy: oh, no, i'm not sure if i want them yet. >> no, these are great. you're going to want these. they add a little crunch. we have some chocolate chips. >> jimmy: i might be allergic to chocolate. so just be careful. >> these are hypo-allergenic. and you'll want some of these. >> jimmy: oh, i appreciate that. >> we have some delicicis gooey goomy worms. >> jimmymyooh. yeah, thth sounds good. yeah, the gooey goomy worms. yep. >> let's, just take this one. >> jimmy: yep. that's -- i'll have one of those. look out. look out. look out. >> and then you need strawberries. fresh strawberries. >> jimmy: yeah, that might be enough. but -- [ laughter ] i love hot fudge. >> i don't fudge with you. [ laughter ] no, i'm kidding. i do. [ laughter ] so let me get you just the right scoop. >> jimmy: oh, yep. you want me to help you there? i love hot fudge. >> just the right amount of hot fudge. >> jimmy: just one scoop is good enough. >> that's good. i'm just gonna do it this way. >> jimmy: oh, you do it with your hands again. >> sometimes the skin comes off. i think we're good. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i thought i heard you say --
i'm just going to give you the whole thing. >> jimmy: no, oh, be careful. be careful. i'll take the whole thing. i mean sure, why not. this is my cheat day. [ laughter and applause ] >> here comes the fun part is mixing it all together. >> jimmy: okay. there you go. >> mix it real good. >> jimmy: oh, that one's gonna be all good, all this stuff. >> got to get in there and get all up in the grill. >> jimmy: why did it take me -- oh, watch out. be careful. [ laughter ] >> let you know a little secret. all in the wrist. >> jimmy: be careful. >> all in the wrist. >> jimmy: that certainly is. alalin the wrist. that's very, that's impressive. >> and voila. >> jimmy: oh, hey. wow. [ cheers and applause ] this is the best birthday present i have -- treat -- i have ever -- >> it isour birthday? >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know what that means. you know! [ ringing ] >> here we go. happy happy birthday ice creamy creamy cream churn it up churnrnt up it's ice cream day ice ice ice cream cream cream birth birth birth day day day
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was great. that deserves a tip. [ laughter ] >> you know what that means? >> jimmy: what's that? >> you gave sandy's scoopery a a tip. that means you get the tip song. >> jimmy: oh, hold on. i got -- let me snapchat this. [ laughter ] [ ringing e >> here we go. happy happy tip ice creaea creamy cream tip it up tip it up you gave a tip ice ice ice cream cream cream you gave gave gave a tip tip tip thank you [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're welcome. you're welcome. say, what good is ice cream if you can't share it with a a friend? shall we? >> let's.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're the best. you're the best. that's so good. up top? >> up top. [ cheers and applause ] [ lauguger ] >> jimmy: now that i see it again, i guess you're right. they do look pretty real. >> yep. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm sorry. you were right the whole time. >> yep. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sandra bullock, everybody. "our brand is crisis." "our brand is crisis" opens s friday. we'll bebeight back with rod stewart.
albums. wow. [ cheers and applause ] that's a lot of records. his latest "another country" is in stores now. ladies and gentlemen please welcome the one and only rod stewart. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: rod! [ cheers and applause ] rod! >> there's my old mate! >> jimmy: oy, rod. thank you for coming back to the show, my man. >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: we love you man. >> three years ago, i think it was. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. absolutely. and this is your 29th studio album. >> yes, indeed, it is. >> jimmy: 29 albums. did you ever think? [ cheers and applause ] that's a lot of records. >> well, it's a lot of fun as well. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly, but 29. i would think probably around
>> get bored. >> jimmy: no, but you go that's a lot of records. do you ever think you would make 29 records? >> no, when i started out, i sure didn't. but you know -- has it's ups and downs. you sell a lot of albums one week and not the next. so you just got to keep piling through. >> jimmy: yeah. >> the most important thing is i enjoy it. and i think it shows. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh, absolutely. you're the best. [ cheers and applause ] you're the -- last time it was fantastic. i mean every time you come on, you're the best. but this is like -- >> well, if you say so. >> jimmy: well, i mean yeah. [ laughter ] you didn't want to be a singer at first, though. right? you were a little e y when you started. >> yeah, i was. i remember we had singing lessons at school. and the singing teacher used to pick on me. say, "stewart? oy, come over here. i want you to sing on your own." and it got so bad, i would be off school. like i was sick. i was paranoid about having to sing in front of people. >> jimmy: yeah, and now look at you. you sing in front of stadiums. >> still bloody nervous. >> jimmy: no you're not. no. [ laughtht ] but this is called "another country" and i think the tricky part of the title is that you never made a country album.
and this one isn't country at all. [ light laughter ] so that's the fun of it. neither -- it neither is another country album, nor is it country music. but it's another country record from rod stewart. >> [ bleep ] are you talking about? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you know what i'm saying? it's another country -- >> you've been doing this too long, mate. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but tell me about this. tell me about this. you have reggae songs on here. you got all things. >> yeah, it's hard to tell you about an album when there's 12 songs on it. >> jimmy: let's start with one. no, no. [ laughter ] >> no, no. there's a lovely -- have you got children? >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> oh good, there's a song on spiderman." so i wrote about putting my son. 'cause he would always say, dad, read me a story. and i go, well what about? he would say, "make it up." i say, well what about? "batman, superman, or spiderman." [ laughter ] all right, i have a song made. it's very touching. >> jimmy: that's how you got yeah.
putting your kids to bed. >> jimmy: that's the best thing in the whole wide world. no, no. hey. [ laughter ] hey! are you -- you're going back to vegas, aren't you? don't you have a thing? >> in march, yeah. >> jimmy: in march. and where is it over in vegas? >> caesar's. >> jimmy: caesar's, yeah. as a tour with elton john? as well. >> yeah, she's there as well. >> jimmy: no, no, elton john. elton john. elton john. [ laughter ] >> no, we fell out. we didn't fall out with each other, we just didn't communicate with each other for a while. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> in the last week, we e-mailed each other every day. it's quite extraordinary. i don't know why, but. >> jimmy: you and elton john? >> we love each other again. >> jimmy: aw. would you ever consider going >> i'd love to. but i think he -- i think he gets worried because he's stationary, at the piano. he knows i can still jump about. [ laughter ] if he gets over that little, you know, hump, then we'll be okay. >> jimmy: yeah. well, if you want to go see rod in vegas, it's called "all the hits," right? is that what it's called? >> yeah, yeah. come on. you -- i want to go see
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