tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC January 18, 2016 10:34pm-11:37pm CST
[ cheers and applause ] >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- tracy morgan, julianne hough, musical guest, hank williams jr. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 402! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hot crowd. that's a hot crowd.
please! welcome to the show. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome. please. please, thank you so much. welcome to "the tonight show." this is it. [ cheers and applause ] you guys are the show. together, we're all the show. good looking crowd. thank you so much for being here. here's what people are talking about. of course, last night, we had the final democratic debate before the iowa caucuses in february, and it got heated. yeah. in fact, at one point, bernie sanders attacked hillary clinton for taking $600,000 in speaking fees from goldman sachs. in response, hillary was like, "oh, come on. that was one speech. [ laughter ] what am i supposed to do? give me a break." [ applause ] but overall, most experts seem to think that bernie sanders was the winner of last night's debate. you could tell bernie won when at the end he stood up and yelled, "bingo! [ laughter ] wait. what happened? [ applause ] where am i?" meanwhile, hillary clinton
dealing with vladimir putin as secretary of state. check out what she had to say about him. >> and we have to figure out how to deal with him. >> what is your relationship with him? >> my relationship with him, it's -- it's -- it's interesting. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: okay. >> steve: oy! >> jimmy: she said their relationship was interesting. at least she didn't say it was complicated. [ laughter ] the other democratic candidate, martin o'malley, was also at the debate. but it seemed like every time o'malley tried to jump in, the other candidates and moderators just cut him off. well o'malley was not happy about it. in fact, here he is in an interview this morning talking about how he was treated. >> so, i thought last night's debate was -- >> jimmy: well you get the idea. [ laughter and applause ] you get the idea. he wasn't happy. he wasn't happy at all. disrespectful. bit of a scandal here,
martin o'malley's under investigation for buying taxpayer owned furniture from the maryland governor's mansion at a discounted rate to put in his own house. [ audience oohs ] you know your campaign's in trouble when even your scandals put people to sleep. [ laughter ] "he paid how much for a love seat? oh, my gosh!" "honey, you won't believe how much he paid for this end table. [ laughter ] $1,000 for an end table?" scandal. [ laughter ] >> steve: got a discount. >> jimmy: hey, i want to say happy birthday to first lady michelle obama, who turned 52 yesterday. [ cheers and applause ] happy birthday to the first lady. when asked how she managed to look so young, she said, "by standing next to barack." [ laughter and applause ] actually, i just read that michelle obama is a big fan of the trendy spin class soulcycle. [ audience oohs ]
white house to attend private classes. yeah, that's right. she spends 45 minutes pedaling without getting anywhere. then barack was like, "try doing that for seven years." [ laughter and applause ] i saw that pope francis visited a synagogue in rome over the weekend. when the pope and rabbi walked in, people in the crowd said, "i think i've heard this one before." [ laughter and applause ] and finally, i heard about a a new $125 umbrella that will alert your phone if you're about to leave the umbrella behind. unfortunately, there's still nothing that warns you when you're about to spend $125 on an umbrella. [ laughter and applause ] we have a great show, everybody. give it up for the roots.
>> steve: oh! >> jimmy: oh, hi, everybody. it is monday. we are so happy to be back. we have a big week of shows coming up. tomorrow night, chelsea handler will be here. [ cheers and applause ] her new show looks great. really good. then on wednesday, dakota johnson will be stopping by. [ applause ] we love her. and we have a special musical performance from one of my favorites. stephen bishop will be here on wednesday. [ applause ] thursday, we have sarah silverman and republican presidential candidate marco rubio will be joining us. [ cheers and applause ] talk to that guy. but first, we have a great show tonight. we've missed this guy. it's so great to have him back. i haven't talked to him since after he was in, you know, the accident. in a coma. but he was great on "saturday night live." >> steve: he was fantastic. >> jimmy: he's one of the funniest human beings ever. tracy morgan is here tonight. >> steve: come on. [ cheers and applause ] come on, jim!
i love him. tracy is going to tell us about his upcoming national stand-up tour and he has a new show on fx. and then he and i are facing off in our favorite animal trivia contest, pup quiz. [ cheers and applause ] tracy morgan, once again, will be on the show tonight. plus, she stars alongside zac efron and robert de niro in the new movie "dirty grandpa." julianne hough is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] she's talented. talented. love her. and we have great, great music from the one and only hank williams jr. [ cheers and applause ] bocefus. >> steve: bocefus himself. >> jimmy: you guys, i always say we're so lucky to have the greatest band in all of late night, the roots right there. here every single night. we love those guys. [ cheers and applause ] good to see you guys.
games. from time to time, we put the roots to the test. we pick people from our audience and have the roots make up random songs about them on the spot. that's right. it's time for freestylin' with the roots. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] time to freestyle with the roots >> jimmy: thank you very much, roots. ready to do this? >> questlove: yes! >> jimmy: all right, here we go. raise your hand if your want the roots to do a song about you. [ cheers and applause ] hi, how are you? >> great. how are you? >> jimmy: fantastic. thank you for being here. >> oh, it's a pleasure to be here. >> jimmy: what is your name? >> my name is mirta. >> jimmy: mirta. m -- >> i-r-t-a. >> jimmy: oh, i did it. >> perfect. >> jimmy: first time, hey. >> wow, that's amazing. you're the first person. >> jimmy: really? >> yes. >> jimmy: ever? >> ever. >> jimmy: mirta. there you go, i love it.
>> i'm from south florida. >> jimmy: south florida. okay, south florida. it is january. which means a lot of people are making new year's resolutions. did you make any new year's resolutions? >> i made a resolution to not make a resolution. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so far, are you sticking to it? >> i'm sticking to it. >> jimmy: wait, but that means you've made a resolution. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the whole thing is -- it's a conundrum, it's a -- it's a puzzle. okay, not to make any very tricky. you made a resolution not to make any resolutions. >> i made a resolution to get my husband to get back to the gym. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she made a resolution to get her husband to go back to the gym. that's the way to do it. okay, you want to get your husband back in the gym there. okay, good. very nice of you. that's so good. yeah. [ light laughter ] you guys, we've got my pal mirta here. m-i-r-t-a. classic spelling. [ laughter ] mirta. she's from south florida. and her resolution is to not make any more resolutions, but
she made a resolution to get her husband back to the gym. and hitting the gym. for this first one, we have hank williams jr. on the show tonight. so roots, can you do like an outlaw country type of song? yeah, yeah. the roots can do anything. had a friend named mirta wrote a song and i wasn't prepared those south florida shores she came from there and at the top of january to make a resolution she was scared the only one to get her husband to the gym i thought that was weird [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, that wasn't weird. come on. thank you, thank you so much. have fun. thanks for being here. excuse me. you mind if i cut through? i've just got to cut through here. excuse me for a second. hey, how you doing? how you doing? [ cheers and applause ] sorry about that.
sorry about that. hey, how are you doing, buddy? nice to see you. hello, how are you? [ cheers and applause ] how are you? i'm so sorry. thank you very much. how are you doing? >> good. >> jimmy: nice to see you guys. hey, hey. [ cheers and applause ] oh, my gosh. i apologize, sorry. [ cheers and applause ] who wants? who wants? who wants? are you good? you? you want to go? >> yes! >> jimmy: yes. she is down. you want to. [ scream ] let's go. yes. [ screams ] yes. all right. hey, no, no. it's not "the price is right." you didn't win anything. [ cheers and applause ] nothing happened. [ screams ] hi, yes. >> this is the best moment of my life. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. please, please. thank you so much for being here. please. what is your name? >> i'm julia. >> jimmy: julia. very good. julia. j-u-i -- j-u-l-i-a. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yes. [ laughter ] [ screams ] we did it. we did it. we did it. we did it together. we did it. [ cheers and applause ] julia. >> yes. >> jimmy: all right, this is a a serious question. >> okay.
right, are happening. all right? what team? what team are you rooting for here? >> giants. >> jimmy: okay, all right. [ laughter ] >> i'm just kidding. >> jimmy: yes, joking. yes. >> carolina. they won the last game, right? yes, yes, yes. >> jimmy: carolina. okay, good. so, you're going -- you're going with the panthers. >> panthers. >> jimmy: very good. so you're going for the panthers. and what advice, julia. you see the panthers. >> yeah. you see cam, you go, "hey, cam, here's some advice." give them some advice. what would you say? >> play hard and work together. >> jimmy: yes. [ laughter ] totally. you could be a football coach. play hard and work together. play hard and work together. >> oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: this is great. roots, we have our pal julia here. [ laughter ] [ screams ] >> this is the best day ever. >> jimmy: i know. i know it is. yeah, yeah, yeah. she is rooting for -- >> the panthers. >> jimmy: the panthers. yeah, she's rooting for the panthers, and she wants to give advice. she said, "look guys, play hard --" >> and work together. >> jimmy: "work together."
here. and we're just, yeah. that excited. so, for this last one, it was just announced run-dmc will receive a lifetime achievement award at this year's grammys. >> questlove: right. >> jimmy: so, roots, can you do an old school run-dmc style song? [ cheers and applause ] julia, is that good? >> yes! julia's in the house come to watch the show feeling really up sitting in the third row this the kind of girl tell the panthers get you home ahead five so you see the late show this playoff time in the nfl rooting for the panthers they do well advice julia says to the whole squad is work together and play real hard [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks to these guys. julia, thank you so much. you're awesome. thank you, pal. thanks to the roots. we'll be right back with
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy:
we're so happy to be welcoming this man back to studio 6b. one of the nicest, one of funniest people we know. starting february 5th, he's kicking off a north american stand-up tour entitled "tracy morgan: picking up the pieces." put it together for the one and only tracy morgan, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. >> it feels good, man. >> jimmy: come on.
it's got to feel good. >> don't call it a comeback. >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> i've been here for years. as a matter of fact, mama said knock you out. >> jimmy: no, no, no, let's not go through all the greatest hits. >> hey, jimbo. >> jimmy: yo. >> i want to thank you, man. i want to congratulate you, rather. i heard that you're beating david letterman in the ratings. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. [ applause ] thank you. i appreciate that, yeah. we're excited about that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, we're really excited. >> he's not here no more. >> jimmy: no, no. i'll tell you later. >> i like that dude. >> jimmy: no, no. he was good. >> i'm going back in a coma. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what do you mean? no, no. >> i'm going back, jimmy! >> jimmy: no, no, don't go back. >> i'm going to go back. >> jimmy: don't do it. we're happy to have you. it must be weird, though, having this whole thing happen to you. the coma and you come out and everything is different. >> yeah, things are different. [ light laughter ] donald trump is leading in the polls. [ laughter ] i'm going back. >> jimmy: no, you can't go back. [ applause ] no, don't go. don't go back. it's fine.
and we're happy. >> all right. >> jimmy: yeah. have you seen the new "star wars?" >> yeah. things are different, man. hold up. one black dude in the whole galaxy? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, i didn't write it. i didn't write it. >> i'm pissed off, man. [ laughter ] that was lando calrissian's nephew. [ light laughter ] he pulled some strings to get him in the cadets. >> jimmy: i didn't know that. >> yeah, he's got -- they got him doing that crappy job. he left a good union job as a a stormtrooper. [ light laughter ] good union job. now i'm trying to get him an application for sanitation. >> jimmy: good job. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] i'm going to tell you something, man. chewbacca's not good, man. [ laughter ] he's behind in his child support payments right now. >> jimmy: chewbacca doesn't have any -- >> everybody knows chewbacca's in rehab right now. >> jimmy: no, chewbacca doesn't -- he's not like that. >> things i just want to get off my chest since i came out
>> jimmy: what's wrong with chewbacca? >> balboa lost that second fight. [ laughter ] [ applause ] apollo creed carried that for 15 rounds and two movies. [ laughter ] balboa lost the second fight. >> jimmy: all right. well, i got to watch the tape. >> he was a bum. he said, "you're a bum, rocky. you're a bum." they took his locker the first episode, the first scene. >> jimmy: i know they did, but he got it back. now you have creed. his son is fighting. >> i was watching a lot of tv during that whole drama. >> jimmy: you did. >> and i watched the "godfather" 150 times. [ light laughter ] let me tell you something. sonny would have lived if they had ez-pass. [ laughter ] [ applause ] what? he'd have lived. you know the beltway, he'd have lived. should have had ez-pass. [ laughter ] he was a hot head. he was a hot head. >> jimmy: he was a hot head. >> my hero was fredo, though. i love fredo. >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah. he said, "pop didn't want it that way." i wanted it that
he was sitting like this. remember on "the godfather." fredo said, "i can do things." that's fredo. "you're my kid brother, michael." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: this is -- that's unbelievable. >> what? >> jimmy: that you know all the -- you can become fredo. it's like if i close my eyes -- >> i'm looking at a show on sirius radio. like, i just talk about classic movies. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> nobody acts better than barbra streisand. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, i wish we could have gotten married, but it didn't work out. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: it didn't work out. it didn't turn out -- >> we had kids together, though. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you and barbra. >> barbra, i love you. >> jimmy: you do have a a beautiful baby, by the way. >> yeah, she's backstage. that's my princess, maven. >> jimmy: she's so cute. so nice. >> yeah, that's my baby girl. that's the reason why i survived, for her. [ cheers and applause ] her and my wife. >> jimmy: your wife. your wife is beautiful as well. >> my wife is a doll. those are my star players. >> jimmy: yeah.
>> they're my star players. >> jimmy: and is she speaking yet, saying words? >> yeah, she says dada. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's the best. >> she said dada when i came home. yeah. i remember, i was in the wheelchair, and i seen her. i was like, she was 14 months. and i seen her take her first steps. and it inspired me to get out of the wheelchair and take my first steps. it did. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. and then one day, i saw her running down the hall in a a doodle pamper. [ laughter ] i started running down the hallway in my doodle pamper. [ laughter ] i was still pooping on myself. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: just like a baby. that's cute. >> yeah. >> jimmy: just as cute. >> i like pooping on myself. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no. >> i feel like a baby. >> jimmy: i feel like a baby. >> like a baby. >> jimmy: hey, congrats. i got great news for you, because you have a north
on. and i have got to say, "picking up the pieces." it's you going on tour, getting back out. were you nervous? were you scared? were you excited? >> i never use that word nervous. i'm excited. >> jimmy: you are? >> yeah. words take on meaning. people who act nervous can't wait for it to be over. i can't wait for it to start. [ cheers and applause ] i can make you laugh. yo, yo, yo, i came back bearing gifts. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you always make us laugh. >> a lot of good material. a lot of stuff going on on the other side. yeah. [ laughter ] jimmy, i saw the white light. >> jimmy: you did? >> but i didn't go to it because i thought it was the police. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you got to watch. you got to watch. but then -- >> you can't get into heaven with all those parking tickets and fines. you got to clear some of those fines up. >> jimmy: if you have warrants, they don't let you in to heaven. [ light laughter ] warrants.
you're doing also, now, you're doing a show again. you're coming back to tv, on fx. >> oh, yeah. jordan peele. >> jimmy: jordan peele. >> i watched that. that was part of my therapy. i would watch "key and peele." >> jimmy: "key and peele." >> i would watch that show like every day. i got the title messed up. [ light laughter ] but i would laugh. >> jimmy: yeah. so what's the premise? can we say what the premise is or not yet? because it's out. >> oh, the premise is out there. >> jimmy: yeah. >> what is it? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you're a guy -- >> what is it? i don't know. >> jimmy: you're a guy who's in jail. >> what is the premise? >> jimmy: you have been in jail for 15 years, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and then you come out and the world is a different place. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's you. >> so, keep on. i got to learn new stuff. [ light laughter ] i haven't learned the script! might as well start now. you know what. the doctor, right? the doctors, because of the
doctor eventually told me and my wife that eventually he'll get back to being normal. he's still waiting. [ laughter ] my wife said, he better not go back to normal. i'm going to sue his ass. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we all know that you're an animal lover. tracy morgan loves animals. >> i got an octopus at the house right now. [ laughter ] i do. i have six sharks. i got a a great reef shark. >> jimmy: what's the name -- do you have a name for the octopus? >> octopus. [ laughter ] i'm not stupid. i'm not going to name no octopus. you don't name octopuses. octopus, here, get something to eat. [ light laughter ] you got something to eat? >> jimmy: that's cool to have an octopus in the house. >> yeah. that's dope. a lot of people get goldfish and stuff. i got an octopus. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, you got yourself an octopus. >> that's because i like calamari. [ light laughter ] i'm going to cook that octopus. >> jimmy: you're not going to
>> oh, yes, i am. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no you're not. you're breeding it -- >> you want to make a bet? >> jimmy: no. >> i like that keyboard. >> jimmy: you'll win. no. >> that's a nice keyboard. >> jimmy: oh yeah. [ light laughter ] >> i just like saying the word keyboard. it makes me sound musically inclined. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i said it like a keyboard player. that's my keyboard. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you snuck it in there. yeah. >> keyboard. >> jimmy: i wanted to play a a game with you because i know you love animals and i know you love trivia. >> what game? [ light laughter ] i don't play games. you know that. >> jimmy: yeah, this is a a serious game. >> if we're going to play a a serious game, then let's do it. >> jimmy: "pup quiz." it's with puppies. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. tracy morgan and i are playing "pup quiz" after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] the more you move
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[ cheers and applause ] >> steve: very funny. very funny. [ laughter ] welcome back, to "the tonight show," everybody. i'm steve higgins and we're about to play pup quiz. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: tonight, the host of "the tonight show," jimmy fallon. [ cheers and applause ] and a very, very talented actor and comedian, tracy morgan. [ cheers and applause ] and this is the first puppy up for grabs tonight. gary frick jr. here's how the game works. i will be asking both of you animal trivia questions. if you answer them correctly, you will win a golden retriever puppy.
opponent will receive the puppy. most puppies at the end of the game is the pup quiz champion. tracy, you're our guest, so we shall commence with you. the first question is, what is the longest species of snake in the world? is it, a, green anaconda. [ light laughter ] b, king cobra. or c, reticulated python. what do you think tracy? >> jimmy: i think you would know this, because you probably have a snake. [ light laughter ] >> steve: you have snakes. you love snakes. >> reticulated. >> steve: reticulated python, c? >> yes. >> steve: let's see what the answer is. you're correct. reticulated python. [ cheers and applause ] >> give me. >> steve: you get gary frick jr. >> yes, baby. yes, baby. >> steve: next question is for you, jimmy. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: which
island of new guinea? >> jimmy: what? [ light laughter ] >> steve: is it a -- >> jimmy: he gets the longest snake? >> steve: is it a, the singing bushlark? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that sounds fake. >> steve: b, painted berrypecker. [ laughter ] >> i didn't know berry was into that. [ light laughter ] >> steve: or c -- >> jimmy: that's the longest species of snake, by the way. [ laughter ] have you ever met berry before? >> steve: never. >> jimmy: he's well into -- >> steve: or the buff-rumped warbler. so is it a, b, or c? >> jimmy: singing bushlark. buff -- buff. well, it couldn't be c and c. that's the way i did my s.a.t.s. i would switch them. [ light laughter ] >> steve: how did you do on those? >> jimmy: i got a 610. [ light laughter ] i'm going to say, gosh. singing bushlark, a. >> steve: a. ooh, no. [ buzzer ] it was painted berrypecker. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the worst, man. >> steve: so jimmy, tracy gets
mary kennedy. >> jimmy: oh, mary kennedy. [ barking ] >> steve: the score two pups to zero. [ barking ] oh, that sound means it's time for double puppardy. [ laughter ] questions are now worth two puppies. >> yes. >> steve: and the next question is for you, tracy. >> jimmy: i'm not even comfortable in the seat. >> steve: you look very comfortable. >> jimmy: if you ask him about the biggest snake -- >> steve: this is a hard one. [ light laughter ] what type of animal does mohair come from? a, chinchilla. b, goat. or c, sheep. >> what kind of hair? >> steve: mohair. >> mohair? >> steve: mm-hmm. [ light laughter ] a, chinchilla. b, goat, or c, sheep? >> jimmy: this one puppy is winking at me. [ light laughter ] >> i'm going to go b. >> steve: b, goat. you are correct.
tracy receives kyle mcadams and lisa armstrong. come on out, puppies. [ cheers and applause ] >> two more babies. [ barking ] [ applause ] >> steve: okay. all right, jimmy. next question goes to you. [ light laughter ] that's a calendar picture right there. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: the golden retriever -- the golden retriever -- >> jimmy: that's me. i have that. >> steve: --was first bred in the mid-1800s by lord tweedmouth. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: what? >> steve: in what country. tweed. tweedmouth. >> jimmy: yes. >> steve: lord tweedmouth. >> jimmy: okay, yeah. >> steve: is it a, scotland. b, canada. or c, new zealand. >> jimmy: tweed -- i'm going to say a, scotland. >> steve: yes, it is correct. [ cheers and applause ] roger blaine and ted mooney go straight to jimmy. [ barking ] >> jimmy: get that puppy.
>> steve: oh, come here buddy. >> jimmy: thank you. thank you. gary frick jr. sorry, that one got away. sorry, tracy. got too excited. >> a pocket full of kibble and bits. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, here we go. [ barking ] >> steve: that sound means it's time for final puppardy. [ light laughter ] this is where all of your puppies, and all of your opponents -- whoever gets this question gets all of the puppies. pick up the boards, pick up your markers to write down the answer to this. [ light laughter ] the final puppardy question. for all of the puppies. how many quills does the average porcupine have on its body? how many quills does the average porcupine have on its body? you have ten seconds. starting now.
quilly porcupine. average. [ light laughter ] not a bald porcupine. regular, everyday. [ buzzer ] oh, alrighty. jimmy, what did you write down? >> jimmy: 10,000. [ light laughter ] >> steve: 10,000. all right, tracy. what was your answer to the question? >> two mil. [ laughter ] >> steve: two mil. the answer is 30,000. jimmy, you are the pup quiz winner. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i can't take it. i can't take it. i got to give this one to my man tracy morgan. i got to give it to tracy. you're the real pup quiz champ, my friend. [ cheers and applause ] >> yes. >> jimmy: my thanks to tracy morgan and all these adorable puppies. [ cheers and applause ] julianne hough joins us after the break. stick around, everybody.
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the new movie "dirty grandpa" in theaters nationwide. please give it up for julianne hough, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back -- >> thank you. >> jimmy: -- to the show. always great to see you. you look gorgeous. >> i love being here. thank you for having me back. >> jimmy: oh, please. how exciting is this? you're playing sandy in "grease: live." >> oh, my gosh. i literally feel like my 5-year-old self just like inside and outside, actually is going -- [ screaming ] oh, my gosh. this is so exciting. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. oh, you gotta to meet julia. you have to meet julia. >> oh, i know i saw her, actually. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: she's in the audience. oh, yeah. you gotta meet julia. yeah, yeah. >> it must be our name. i don't know. whoo! >> jimmy: who is -- [ laughter ] who's playing danny? who's playing danny zuko? >> aaron tveit.
you guys saw him in "les miserables." >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah. so he's a great actor, yeah. >> he's also, yeah, he's an amazing actor. amazing singer. >> jimmy: i guess they, like, didn't get my audition tape or something, right? [ laughter ] >> it's cool, baby. it's cool. >> jimmy: i can't believe this. sandy, come on. we can do this. [ [ eers and applause ] if you stiti around we can get this going right. >> danny! >> jimmy: i can't believe this. it's like crazy. i mean, how can we do this live, you know? [ laughter ] >> you're pretty great. >> jimmy: oh, wait. >> you look like you're still in high school. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you have to get your eyes checked. i told you this before. i'm obsessed with the "grease" movie. >> yeah, it's amazing. >> jimmy: i don't think, there was not one bad person acting in it. they're all so talented. and you go, oh, my god. olivia newton-john. >> o i know. i mean, i watched it like right before we started rehearsals. and every single scene is so perfect. and like the background, the ensemble, everybody. everything is just so amazing. >> jimmy: the choreography. >> the choreography. everything. and we actually have some original cast members in our production. we have the original frenchy, didi cohn. >> jimmy: yeah!
>> and barry pearl who played doody. >> jimmy: no way. >> we've got boyz ii men playing teen angels singing "beauty school drop out." jimmy: that's right. [ cheers and applause ] oh, wait who else. is carly rae jepsen in it as well? >> carly rae jepsen is playing frenchy. >> jimmy: we love her. oh, my gosh. she's fantastic. >> she's amazing. >> jimmy: oh, this is gonna be fun. >> yeah. >> vanessa hudgens is rizzo. i mean -- >> jimmy: that's right. [ applause ] >> yeah. it's pretty amazing. >> jimmy: are you nervous? 'cause it's in front of the live audiencnc >> i agree with tracy morgan. i don't say nervous. >> jimmy: okay. yeah. [ laughter ] >> because that means you want it to be over. i'm excited. >> jimmy: okay, good. >> i can't wait for it to start. d i, yeah, it's janunuy 31st and we're in rehearsals right now. >> jimmy: you're doing these cool things, too, with like go-pro cameras or behind the scenes. >> yeah. so basically, we're not just on one stage. we're on three different like sound stages on the back lot of warner brothers. so it's almost like we're shooting a movie in real time because they're real sets. it's very immersive camera work, and we're on golf f rts going from scene to scene. set to set.
using go-pros so you can actually like watch online. like the second screen. >> jimmy: sohe audience is in each#scene? >> yeah. and we have a live audience, which has never been done before, too. so literally, when you watch it, there's gonna be like audience members in the bleachers with us when we're at the pep rally. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. hopefully nobody just like comes out and is like, yeah! >> jimmy: yeah. i know what you're talking about. i wanted to be a star. yeah, yeah. >> you're more than welcome to come. [ laughter ] i feel like you'd be great. >> jimmy: yeah. she'd be great. yeah, absolutely. yeah. she'd be great. so you have that all going on. and then you have this movie "dirty grandpa." >> yes. >> jimmy: now this is two great guys. they've have been on the show, zac efron and robert de niro. >> yes. >> jimmy: two, i would say, totally different personalities. >> complete opposite personalities. >> jimmy: yeah. de niro's very quiet and shy, and he's hard to break. >> yeah. i didn't know -- every time i'd go on the set, i'd be like, "okay, this is gonna be the day when i make an impression." 'cause like every time i would go to talk to him, i would say something so dumb. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: because he's -- >> because i'm so nervous.
>> jimmy: yeah. >> again, my 5-year-old self is screaming on the inside. >> jimmy: what would you do? >> i'd blike, i don't know, i'd like look around. what's around me? what can i talk about? and i have a clementine in my hand. i'm like, "so, do you like clementines?" and he's like, "not really." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. he's just very honest. >> i'm like, "okay, bye." >> jimmy: like that was awkward. yeah, i tried. yeah. but gosh, is he funny in the movie. >> oh, he's hilarious. i don't know if you guys have seen the trailer but i mean it's robert de niro and the things that come oututf his mouth are pretty amazing. >> jimmy: yeah. and zac takes him cross country to, like a road trip, to spring break kind of. >> yeah. which zac efron's character is totally against. and i play zac's fiancee. >> jimmy: who's totally against your type. >> i was gonna say, i'm even more against that. and i'm very controlling and like just bridezilla. >> jimmy: was your fiance -- >> no. i was like, no, babe, this is not an indication of what it's going to be like. i promise. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm acting, honey. i'm acting. i'm acting. i'm acting. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i want to show a a clip, here. here's julianne hough with robert de niro and zac efron in
>> hey, who is that? >> no one, we're in a a restaurant. sorry. >> who's that? >> what's up? >> oy. i really want them to post our wedding announcement on the "new york times" website before our rehearsal bruch friday. so i just wanted to run your section back to you. >> yeah. you know, now is really not a a good time. >> jason, can we just do this, please? [ car horn ] >> jason richard kelly is a a junior associate at the law firm of -- >> creampie, fart, and donkey punch. >> okay, who is that? >> daytona beach! daytona beach! you were right, buddy. >> you're in daytona beach? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is not you. >> it is not me. >> jimmy: ever. you're the nicest. congrats on everything. julianne hough. "dirty grandpa" is in theaters on friday. be sure to catch "grease: live" january 31st. she's sandy! 7:00 p.m. on fox. we'll be right back, everybody, with hank williams jr. come on back.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to tracy morgan, julianne hough, hank williams jr.! [ cheers and applause ]
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