tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC September 1, 2009 1:05am-2:05am EDT
this bar is an excellent source of fiber. there's no fiber in this. tastes too good. there is fiber. [ chuckle ] no. i can't taste the fiber in this chocolate. they have 35% of your daily value. hmm. oh, samples. hmm. autobahn. wackenschdol. fiber one chewy bars. cardboard no. delicious yes. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody, welcome back. welcome back. thank you for watching, very much. our first guest is the host of the popular "rachel maddow show" on msnbc every weeknight at 9:00 p.m. say hello to rachel maddow, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ what the world needs now is love, sweet love ♪
>> jimmy: very nice. thanks for coming back. >> hi, jimmy. good to see you. >> jimmy: we were on when we first came on. >> yes. >> jimmy: you were off. thanks for coming back. >> sure. everything's fancier now. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yes. >> jimmy: what do you mean? >> the cupcakes are frosted. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: before it was just bags of chips. >> jimmy: things are going really well. i heard you've been sick. >> i had the flu, the capital "f" flu. >> jimmy: which one, swine? >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: what? >> i know. i went and got diagnosed and everything. and i got the special swine flu drugs. i'm better. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. >> i love -- cheers. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you had swine flu? >> i had it. it's over. it's done. >> jimmy: you should be in a bubble right now. you're insane. what does it mean? where does it come from? >> it is the predominant strain of flu now. first my girlfriend got it and then i got it. and it's just like a really stinky flu. and i had to take a week off and alison stewart did my show. and i was gone. and it was very scary. but i'm better now. >> jimmy: do you watch your show when someone else is --
>> you know, um -- no. >> jimmy: you don't even have a tv. >> no. i don't. i have it -- no, i don't. >> jimmy: what have you been doing then in your sickbed? >> i read a series of comic books about palestine and sarajevo. [ light laughter ] what? >> jimmy: that would make me healthy. absolutely. >> i watched -- i watched "i, claudius," the dvd's about the fall of ancient rome. >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> i'm really boring. >> jimmy: no, it sounds like torture. >> no, it was great. >> jimmy: wait, what did you read about sarajevo and -- what? >> graphic novels about war zones. >> jimmy: like comic books? >> comic books, but like about real war. >> jimmy: what? >> i had the flu. i know. >> jimmy: were you out of your mind? >> i have weird tastes. i don't know, i -- >> jimmy: where would you even get that? some comic bookstore. >> i could hook you up. >> jimmy: you got a -- that sounds amazing. but, i mean, now you're back. >> now i'm back. >> jimmy: but the whole story this whole summer has been health care. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: so i mean, did you --
>> which is weird, actually, to have gone through swine flu and being sick and having to deal with it, going to the emergency room and all of that stuff. >> jimmy: coverage. >> i walked in the emergency room, got a mask immediately. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but covering the health care thing, i mean, health care is supposed to be the most boring topic in the whole world but the people who are against it have made it a secret plot to kill old people. and they've made it this -- they've made it such a dramatic thing just by being so crazy in their opposition, it's actually been really fun to cover. >> jimmy: they really are going crazy -- i mean people in the town hall meetings it looks like a bar and brawl. >> people have been bringing guns to town hall meetings. that guy in arizona. he had like the air 15 over his back and -- >> jimmy: right. >> -- extra ammo in his pocket and then another gun on his hip. >> jimmy: guys bringing guns to the town hall meetings. >> it's been, i mean -- and it's about health care, about what's supposed to be this incredibly dry subject that nobody can get interested in, nobody wants to cover. but that is the thing that's causing people to show up armed at the, you know, vfw. but you're not anti-gun? >> uh, well -- >> jimmy: it depends.
>> it depends. my -- it's a complicated answer. my first date with my girlfriend susan was at a shooting range. that was awesome. >> jimmy: that sounds like a great date. you just went to a shooting range. >> it was ladies' day on the range. [ laughter ] her sister is a lifetime nra member, and she was organizing ladies' day on the range at her gun club -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> and so we did -- we shot ar-15s and we threw tomahawks and we did archery and pistols and skeets. susan was really good with skeets. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. >> she was wearing a dress. first date, right, so we're trying to impress each other. she's all dressed to the nines with this giant shotgun. >> jimmy: sounds sarah palin's dream right there. >> yeah, because i'm in it. >> jimmy: yeah, right. yeah. >> no. and i used to be -- when i had my radio show, that was my full-time job, but before i was on tv, i used to bring all my producers to the shooting range in manhattan. there's one down on 20th street. that's what we'd do that's what i'd do to unsettle them when
they started working for me. >> jimmy: you're so fun. that's hilarious. >> i like making liberals shoot guns. i just don't think we should be allowed to bring them home. >> jimmy: just leave them there. >> yeah, i mean it's like -- yeah. it's like you go to the carnival, you know, and like the roller coaster is fun, but that doesn't mean you get one to come home with. >> jimmy: you don't build one in your back yard. >> --home roller coaster. just leave it there. it's a game. yeah. >> jimmy: you're so fun. last time you came on, i -- you made fun of my drink. because i drink -- you love cocktails and i had a gin and tonic. you said it wasn't manly enough. >> sorry. >> jimmy: you made another drink. you're a great mixologist. >> yeah, thank you. >> jimmy: so when we come back, >> we'll do another drink. >> jimmy: you'll do another drink. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: we'll be right back with rachel maddow, everybody. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ner beeps ) and that's one... ( sighs ) ( sighs ) ( quacking ) ( growls lightly ) really? unlike ordinary candles, glade scented oil candle tins... quickly fill the room with fragrance. rings ) - hello there! - hi! - mmmm... nice! - very nice!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're back with rachel maddow, everybody. now, last time you were on the show i told you i do drink gin and tonic, it's my favorite, and you said it wasn't manly enough. so now what drink are you going to concoct now? >> i want to -- i want to make it up to you for having challenged your masculinity on the basis of your choice of drinks. >> jimmy: thank you. >> but i've chosen the wrong cocktail with which to do that because tonight we're going to make a white lady. [ laughter ] i just thought of you and i thought white lady. >> jimmy: white lady. that's what a lot of people think when i walk into a bar. white lady. >> seems like white lady or white lady.
a totally different thing. this involves an egg white, which is a thing that is commonly found in classic cocktails. it's not mayonnaise. i don't want you to worry. i know you don't like mayonnaise. >> jimmy: i hate mayonnaise. >> no but this is just an egg white. >> jimmy: reminds me of pus. [ laughter ] i hate mayonnaise. >> sorry. okay. we won't talk about that anymore, but make an egg white. >> jimmy: okay. make an egg white. >> you'll separate that. you know. >> jimmy: yep. >> when you've got the egg, take the yolk in there. right. >> jimmy: good enough. is that enough egg white? >> yeah, the egg white's in there, though. you've got the yolk. >> jimmy: what do you want me to do? >> that's okay. no, it's all right. we'll just do like this. ready? >> jimmy: yup. >> pretend that's not there. okay, now back in there. there you go. in there. it's over. >> jimmy: appetizing. >> drop it. drop it. >> jimmy: what? >> drop it. >> jimmy: don't pull a gun on me. all right. here we go. >> all right. so, the white lady has -- >> jimmy: egg whites. protein-heavy drink. >> yes. also good hair gel, if you need it. it's a gin-based drink, so mostly talking gin here. >> jimmy: love gin. >> so, we're going to make three, i think. because i hear there is somebody else thirsty on board here. >> jimmy: he's half drunk already.
>> i heard that. [ laughter ] so, we're doing enough for three drinks. >> steve: i am not. >> jimmy: stop talking, steve. >> somebody's watered down the gin. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> no. >> jimmy: i like that. >> i do a news show comedy. all right. >> jimmy: no, you're awesome. >> so, 1 1/2 ounces per drink. three drinks. 4 1/2. >> jimmy: i love how you do this. i just pour it all in by eye and just get wasted off it. but because i'm over 21. >> that's right. i wish we were making pina coladas so kerry -- >> jimmy: kerry, you can tell she's had a couple. [ laughter ] silly line like, "i would never." pina colada! >> we can fake make some lemon juice here. >> jimmy: yes, fake make lemon. >> so, we'll put that in there. cut that. >> jimmy: try it the other way. >> no, it goes like that. >> jimmy: are you sure? >> now squeeze it into there. >> jimmy: i think it goes the other way. >> come on! you can do it. come on! [ grunts ] >> jimmy: there you go. >> yay!
>> jimmy: all right. [ applause ] >> oh. >> jimmy: don't clap for me for squeezing a lemon. it's ridiculous. it feels so wimpy. everyone just clapped i squeezed a lemon. that's just so sad. i think it would go in that way, right? >> no, but then when you squeeze it then it'll just -- you want it to come up all holes in the bottom of it. >> jimmy: you make it so tricky. >> yes. people cheer though. come on. [ applause ] >> jimmy: lemon, egg white, gin. >> lemon, egg white, gin. >> jimmy: sounds like a drink to me. here we go. higgins, come on over. you want to try some of this? >> yeah, it's going to be great. >> jimmy: now what do you do with this? >> do you want to shake it or do you want me to shake it? this is a little lemon juice we prepared earlier. we had a bunch of very strong people in here, speaking of. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm pretty strong. higgins, you can just shake it up. >> steve: i'll shake it up. >> are you the shaker? >> jimmy: roots, we got any shaking music? >> steve: how are you? >> good. >> jimmy: we're taking a little shaking time? ♪ ♪ >> this is what it's like when i prepare for my news show every day. >> jimmy: all right. >> this is what it's like. here we go. >> jimmy: go higgins.
>> come on, give it a little life. yeah. [ clapping to the beat ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: all right, all right, all right. very good. here we go. look at that. >> white ladies all around. >> jimmy: wow. there you go. >> there's never been more white ladies on this show than there are right now. >> jimmy: that's true. here we go. >> you see the kind of like frothy factor there? that's the egg white. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: that's the mayonnaise. >> if you're worried about the whole egg thing, just remember, it's in a big bath of alcohol. >> jimmy: yes, it's disinfectant. >> there you go. there's your white lady. >> steve: now, i'm allergic to eggs and gin. is this bad? >> no [ laughter ] >> jimmy: rachel maddow. watch her nightly on msnbc at 9:00, rachel maddow, everybody! we'll be right back with tommy davidson. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ welcome to the now network. population: 49 million. right now 1.2 million people are on sprint mobile broadband. 31 are streaming a sales conference from the road.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. welcome back. our next guest is a hilarious stand-up comedian and an actor, whose new film "black dynamite" stole the sundance film festival this year. put it together for tommy davidson, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow, look at you in all white. you look great. >> i got good humor. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you brought good humor with you. absolutely.
>> new york, come on! >> jimmy: what's up, dude? how are you? >> i'm doing good. >> jimmy: thanks so much for coming on. >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: i've been doing a lot of research about you. because i've been a fan of yours for a long time. "in living color." i mean, you were -- >> "in living color." >> jimmy: "in living color," come on. [ cheers and applause ] that show had some of the funniest people in the world. from the wayans, david alan rier, jim carrey. >> jamie. >> jimmy: you, jamie foxx. >> jamie, jamie. [ singing "blame it" ] "ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah." he's rolling. >> jimmy: well, you're wearing all white but your movie is "black dynamite." >> dynamite. black dynamite. >> jimmy: now, tell me -- i saw a clip of this thing. it's like a -- just explain it. >> okay, well, i don't know if you know, old school new york city, back on 42nd street, you used to be able to see a movie for $2.75. you could see "shaft," "three the hard way" for, like, $2. you know, brothers in there. you know, laughing, smoking weed, having a good time. so, it's a can of film that was found from that era, that blaxsploitation era with "superfly" and all that. so, it's a funky, kung-fu -- >> jimmy: so, it's a movie from the '70s but it's done, you just did it last year.
>> oh, we just did it. michael jai white's starring. we got some unlikely good stars. it's like "mad, mad, mad world," but black. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i do want to show a clip of "black dynamite." because it stole the sundance film festival and it's super-duper funny. take a look at this clip. tommy davidson in "black dynamite." ♪ [ fighting sounds ] >> let me catch my breath, black dynamite! >> shut up, sucker. i need some answers! [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: "shut up, sucker, i need some answers!" >> yeah! >> jimmy: that is awesome. and it's about -- somebody is
starting a new malt liquor called anaconda, that are making men's genitalia smaller. >> yeah, it makes the weenie small. >> jimmy: and it turns out it's richard nixon that's doing it. >> exactly. >> jimmy: and so, black dynamite fights richard nixon. >> fights black dick. >> jimmy:i used to watch -- i memorized your comedy show. the one from -- this is from the mid-'90's, where you used to do different people going into mcdonald's. >> oh, mcdonald's. yeah, that's -- >> jimmy: al jarreau going into a mcdonald's. >> classic, yeah. oh, let's do it together. ♪ i got got a date at mcdonald's right on the tip of my tongue ♪ ♪ come and get your i got a date for -- ♪ >> you're like a typewriter. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you got to do the -- [ speaking gibberish ] [ laughter ] ♪ i love me bacon love some golden fries i love and ice cream sundae nothing else can satisfy ♪ ♪ i got a taste for the food ♪ [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "i got a taste for the food." you're one of the funniest men
on earth, can you do a little sammy davis jr.? [ cheers and applause ] just a little? just a little on the way out? >> big props to the roots, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah. i love the roots. very good. [ imitating sammy davis jr. ] >> "now, first of all, i just want to send a warning out to all my jewish friends. never eat the calamari rings at a bris. [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] they take 10%, don't worry about it. go ahead, just play the music and i will go along with you guys." ♪ ♪ i'm lovin' jimmy fallon late night in america you got tommy d ♪ ♪ and sammy davis jr. oh, tonight yeah ♪ >> jimmy: thank you very much. [ scatting ] ♪ new york city makes some noise ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my next guests are a hard-rocking band from australia, who just released their third album "shaka rock." here with the song "black hearts on fire," please welcome jet! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ when i make it i'll be on time ♪ ♪ gonna take what i want and give you a piece of my mind ♪ ♪ your black hearts waited too long just to see me fall down fall down, fall down ♪ ♪ your black hearts won't
be around just to see me fall down ♪ ♪ your hearts on fire so come on burn brighter ♪ ♪ your hearts on fire so come on burn brighter ♪ ♪ your hearts on fire but you're cold to the touch ♪ ♪ i know you want it but you love yourself too much ♪ ♪ your hearts on fire and your head is a rut you best believe it i ain't ever giving up ♪ ♪ when i make it i'll be on time yeah ♪ ♪ well, you might say
i'm crazy but oh, i'm out of my mind ♪ ♪ well, excuse me, black hearts will you tell me who is up and who is down ♪ ♪ are you waiting for me to fall down ♪ ♪ your hearts on fire so come on burn brighter ♪ ♪ your hearts on fire so come on burn brighter ♪ ♪ your hearts on fire but you're cold to the touch ♪ ♪ i know you want it but you love yourself too much ♪ ♪ your hearts on fire and your head is a rut you best believe it i ain't ever giving up ♪ ♪ so come on come on, come on ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ your hearts on fire but you're cold to the touch ♪ ♪ i know you want it but you love yourself too much ♪ ♪ your hearts on fire your head is a rut you best believe it i ain't ever giving up ♪ ♪ hey, yeah [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: great, man. thank you so much, man. thank you so much. that was awesome. jet, everybody! check out their album, "shaka rock," in stores now. my thanks to rachel maddow, tommy davidson, jet!
and the greatest band in late night, the roots! stay tuned for "carson daly." thanks for watching. have a good night. hope we see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ captions paid for by nbc-universal television captions by vitac www.vitac.com ♪ >> carson: hey, cheers, evybody. welcome to the show. carson daly here in toluca lake, california. timmy nolan's, fine little irish watering hole with some great people. this is -- this is a spot that's about three blocks away from the nbc "last call" offices over at nbc's headquarters. we come here all the time with the staff and throw back a few, and i thought it would be fun tonight to hang out here and
present our show from one of my favorite bars. anyway, we got a good one tonight. member of the u.s. olympic ski team, resi stiegler was in l.a. recently doing a little dry land training. we caught up with her. you'll see that. great band from new york city called the virgins will be playing on tonight's show. they were at the el rey recently, which is smack-dab in the middle of hollywood. so we went down there, captured that. and it's great. but let's get to our first feature this evening. back in the summer of 1997, '98 maybe, my very first week at mtv, i was down at the beach house and i met a v-jay then who had already been working at mtv for a while. he was a great guy. we remain good friends. he's a very funny guy. and he stopped by the "last call" studios, and it was really cool to catch up with my old buddy bill belamy. [ cheers and applause ] >> word up! >> carson: always good to see you, my friend. >> what's up, baby? this is nice. >> carson: it's just like my brother from another mother. >> all right! >> carson: that's what it feels like. >> i love it. i am, man -- it's been an amazing -- >> carson: we've got some
history now, right? >> yeah. we met like about 12 years ago, which is real cool. i remember we were out at -- we were down in palace -- >> carson: that's right. >> and it was his first day -- >> carson: how did you know that? you remember that? >> i just remember because we were at, like, oh, wally world or something crazy. >> carson: that's right. the old sea world. >> and you came in. i remember you were all nervous as hell. you were like, "dude, you're always on tv." he was acting weird. i was like, "dude --" >> carson: you were a huge celebrity. >> yeah. i said, "dude, your summer -- this is your last summer being a regular guy. you're gonna change overnight." he's like, "really?" i was like, "watch." it only takes like -- at that time, because they were giving us so much love on mtv, where they would give us, you know -- they played the whole video. >> carson: you remember those days, kids? no? >> remember when they played the whole video? >> carson: right. >> and you get to sing along? now, they, you know, they play ten seconds of the video, but -- >> carson: if that. >> they really focused on us. >> carson: they did. >> on our personalities. and i said, "watch, in six months, you'll be different person." and next thing i know, you went from, you know, doing a little segment here -- and then it was like, boom, top 20 countdown. then boom, "c" to the "d." gotta love it! [ cheers and applause ]
>> carson: thank you. >> that's what's up. >> carson: well, what i remembered about bill -- you had, like, five suvs. i mean, you were just like -- it was like i was working with puff daddy or something. >> yeah! >> carson: i mean, you were just so huge. and you were always playing basketball. that's what i remember. >> yes. >> carson: you loved basketball. >> yeah, i mean, that is my thing. like, i hope i can play basketball for a long time 'cause it's just a fun sport. >> carson: did you play in school? in college? >> i played in high school. and i really like it. i didn't really get good until after, you know, college. like, i started playing a lot, playing different leagues and playing with guys that were much better than me. i mean, now, i play in an entertainment league, which is a lot of fun, out here with a lot of actors. >> carson: what is that? >> it is, basically, a league designed for actors, entertainers, where they can all come out, play, wear some cool uniforms, get fouled to death. >> carson: they have refs? it's organized? >> refs, it's organized. >> carson: there's a schedule. >> and we have real, you know, fans that come out. and it's live, man. >> carson: what's the name of your team? >> my team is sacramento kings.
and we didn't do that great. [ light laughter ] >> carson: who is on your team? >> oh, wow! >> carson: i know malcolm probably was. that kid malcolm -- "malcolm in the middle." >> my team -- on my team, the one guy you would know is josh. josh is on a soap opera. he was our point guard. he's on, i think, "days of our lives." he's a very, very good point guard. he was our point guard on my team. guys that you know in the league, like frankie muniz, we got michael clarke duncan, snoop doggy dogg. [ laughter ] we got -- i'm trying to think else. ice cube. it's hard, like, to play against ice cube because you, like, listen to the records and he's like, "yay, yay." you know -- [ laughter ] is he a gangster or a basketball player? and then his son is playing with him, and they both thugs. i love it. [ laughter ] >> carson: you don't want to foul ice cube. >> got you scared. man, that's the whole nwa coming at you. >> carson: that's what i'm saying. >> yeah. but he's a great guy. he's a great guy. >> carson: that sounds like fun. >> it's just a whole bunch of fun. >> carson: have you been watching it right now? it's going crazy. everybody's hoping for lebron versus kobe. >> the deal is this. i want to see lebron and kobe go at it so that the fans can see, like -- okay.
some people think kobe's the best. some people think lebron is the best. so the only way to settle the score is, let's see it. >> carson: and lebron won the mvp this year. and kobe, all he's wanted since shaq's been gone is a ring on his own team. >> yes. >> carson: so he's basically rebuilt. >> yeah. >> carson: who do you think's better? >> i'm going with kobe. because -- [ cheers and applause ] and i can defend this. >> carson: we're clearly not shooting this right now in cleveland. >> i know. i know this is debatable, but the reason i pick kobe is because -- >> audience member: lakers! >> he's a laker, but his skill are ridiculous. like, there's nothing he cannot do with a basketball. >> carson: right. >> i think lebron is on his way to that, as well. like, lebron has brute power, speed. he can score. he can jump over you. he has all of those things. i mean, it really is a blessing to see him play because he's only, what 23? 24 years old. >> carson: right. >> and he's ridiculous. >> carson: well, it'll be fun to watch 'cause nobody wants to see orlando and denver. >> i want to see the mamas come out. just, you know, that's what i like to see. like, you know, the mamas on the -- "that's my baby!" i need some of that.
[ laughter ] you know, have you ever seen the black mamas in the nba? they always wear the jersey and they always like -- [ laughter ] the white moms are like, "hi." [ laughter ] >> carson: "that's my boy." >> "that's my son." [ laughter ] >> carson: well, it's gonna be exciting either way. have you been doing a lot standup dates? >> yes, yes. i've been travelling all over the country, working on my new comedy special. i don't know what the title will be called yet, but i'm just working on it. intimate crowds like this, where people can hear you, see you -- and just been knocking it out the park. i'm going home this week to the state theater. >> carson: that's a big homecoming gig for you. >> yeah. it's like 2,500 seater. it's the state theater. it is right where i went to college at rutgers. it's a beautiful, beautiful theater where, like, bill cosby and all the big guys perform. >> carson: have you performed there before? >> yeah, yeah. this will be my third time. >> carson: but has it been a little while since you've been back? >> yeah. it's been about three years. >> carson: what's it like when you perform there? >> dude, when i go back home, it's so cool because a lot of people i went to college with, a
lot of people i went to high school with -- then it's just jersey pride. you know what i'm saying? it's -- "dude, you made it from here!" "just got off the turnpike" you know, that kind of thing. >> carson: jersey gets a bad rap in comedy. >> why? i don't know why people give jersey such a bad rap. i mean, there's only one section of highway that stinks real bad. [ laughter ] and i think that's somewhere between elizabeth and linden. it's just some industry stuff. but we got the best mobsters in the world, dog. i mean, think about it. >> carson: yeah, you do. we'll give you that. >> think about it. tony soprano. jersey! come on. you got -- come on. you got -- [ applause ] frank sinatra from jersey. ray liotta from jersey. you got whitney houston from jersey. you got queen latifah. [ laughter ] naughty by nature. who else? >> carson: i'd like to see how long you could do this. >> i can go. i can go. where's my man -- joe pesci's from jersey. stop playing. [ cheers and applause ] come on, baby. the boss, bruce springsteen. the dude who wears jeans so tight, you can see all the coins in his pocket. [ laughter ] love him. >> carson: you've been in comedy for 17 years now, and now you're
breaking talent, too. right? >> yeah. >> carson: i mean, it's hard. there's not a really good outlet for comedians. >> it's really hard to get your break if you're a new comic out there. i know what it is. it's like, you know, you want the club owners in your local area to give you a shot. if you do five, ten minutes. "last comic standing," to me, was such a great opportunity because you get to go from wherever you are to the mainstream spotlight. you get to be seen in front of, what, millions of people every wednesday night. and all you had to do was do four minutes of good material. people would remember those jokes forever. you know what i mean? they're etched in stone. so for me, as the host and being a comedian, i felt really connected to the success of all the finalists. and even the people who did bad, i was like, "wow, don't do that again, dog." [ laughter ] not on tv. >> carson: and now, "who's got jokes?" >> yeah. "who's got jokes?" is a hybrid of "last comic standing." same premise. i'm searching all over the country to find wonderfully talented people. sometimes we get some bad ones.
you know, for every three great ones, we get, like, two doosies. and you're like, "damn! what was that?" [ laughter ] but people laugh at the bad ones, too. that's the funny thing. if you put a bunch of the bad ones in the reel, and you put them together, they're actually funny because they suck so bad. [ laughter ] >> carson: we gotta wrap it up. >> all right. thank you, baby. >> carson: definitely. bill bellamy. [ cheers and applause ] >> carson: yeah, it's good to catch up with my old buddy, bill bellamy. and he's gonna be doing standup in various cities all summer long. if you get a chance to see him, he's very funny. also, on the offchance you would wake up on the morning of june 5th and you find yourself in new brunswick, new jersey, you can always see bill at state theater. he'll be playing there, which is that hometown gig for him. all right, we're gonna take a break. when i get back, i'll make you three promises. one, you're gonna see a great band from new york city called the virgins. two, i'll introduce you to a u.s. skier named resi steigler. and three, this beer will be up here. we'll be right back. ♪ (german folk music plays)
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♪ >> carson: hey, what's happening? cheers to ya. i hope you're having a good late evening, early morning. i'm at timmy nolan's, one of my favorite little irish pubs. this is where i stand to watch games. i get the clear perspective of the bar and all of the sporting activities. hey, speaking of sports, i know it's a little ways off, eight month, in vancouver, is the start of the winter olympics on nbc. but, of course, the united states olympic team has been furiously training around the clock, preparing for what, of course, will be the busiest couple weeks of their lives. and recently, a u.s. skier names resi stiegler was los angeles doing a little dry land training. we had some time with resi. here she is. ♪ >> i'm resi stiegler. i'm 23, and i'm an olympic skier. well, i'm lucky because my father, he's an olympic gold
medalist. he raced for austria, and he won a gold medal in 1964. so kind of following in my father's footsteps has always been a dream of mine. i think for my dad, it's really kind of overwhelming at some times because i think, at first, he was kind of a little hesitant about it because he didn't want to see me fail. he didn't want to see me go through any hard times because he knows exactly what it's like. i raced in the 2006 olympics, and that was a good learning experience. >> now ready to go, another american, resi stiegler. >> it was my first olympics. i did not know what it was going to be like. they say to prepare like it's another world cup, and it was nothing like that. you know, it's completely different. there's cameras in your face, security. you're a superstar. everybody is watching every move of yours. so that was a little bit difficult. but i've matured a lot since then. and i've had a few injuries, which i think have helped me overcome fears. two days after christmas in
2007, we were racing in my dad's hometown. i remember being halfway down the course and knowing i was skiing really fast. and the next second, i caught an edge. the next thing i knew, i was, like, in a heap, like, blood and everything everywhere, shattering both the bones in my forearm. beautiful scars now. and tearing the mcl, pcl, acl in my right knee and fracturing the tibia plateau. i'm gonna be competing in the slalom and giant slalom and combined in the 2010 vancouver olympics. i've got a lot of hard work ahead of me. i think the unique part about the olympics is that it is only every four years, on a certain day. you can't plan to succeed on that day. almost. you know, you can do everything
in your power to be the best, but somebody else could just be better on that one day. i think it's time for this to all come together. and i've had my injuries. i've had my bad races. i've had my good races. i've had my, you know, young, being young, being a rookie. and now it's time for more of an underdog veteran to come back and really take over. i think that it's gonna be a good year. ♪ >> in three, two -- >> carson: there she is, resi stiegler. and if you want to root for resi or read some of her blogs or check out some pictures, watch and follow her training, you can do that on our website for 2010. all right, we're gonna take a break. when we get back, we take an awesome new york band and then put them right in the middle of hollywood at a great venue called the el rey. the virgins on "last call." they rock, after this. ♪ announcer: welcome to the now network. currently, thousands of people
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experience growing up in new york. and so we used a lot of things from the 80s including the al rodgers production going all the way through david bowie to duran duran. it just gave us a boundary to work in. ♪ >> we love playing live. we play live pretty much everyday. there's like an interaction with a large people. it's really rewarding. >> it's like saying hello to the universe like after you've been in your little space shuttle. ♪ >> "teen lovers" we wrote in ohio on a day off from tour. we were just, i think, bored and antsy. our friend, who was tour managing us at the time, alex, and he had been looking on craigslist 'cause he'd met this girl in a subway but nothing happened, you know, so he was looking on the computer and she wrote to him on this thing on craigslist called missed connections. and they, they got together. ♪ >> we were out there and we had no, no song to work on so we
just wrote what we were talking about. ♪ >> carson: awesome. i'm glad that we had chance to send our boys and music production crew over to the el rey theatre. and we'll take you there right now. performing "teen lovers" off their self-titled album, here are the virgins. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ remember walking on the first time ♪ ♪ a future light in skin and bright brown eyes ♪ ♪ it was september girl you're looking so fine ♪ sex, pack, sleep falling she's my sign ♪ ♪ one, two three, four ♪ ♪ teen lovers
don't wait vacation is over don't wait ♪ ♪ standing on front street she's giving me the sign ♪ ♪ incentive want know your dtf better look both ways before you cross that line ♪ ♪ five, six seven, eight could you have made a move? no, it's too late ♪ ♪ teen lovers don't wait vacation is over don't wait ♪
♪ teen lovers don't wait vacation is over don't wait ♪ ♪ teen lovers don't wait vacation is over don't wait ♪ ♪ teen lovers don't wait vacation is over don't wait ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> carson: yeah. good stuff right there. the virgins from new york city. at the el rey, off their self-titled debut album. pick it up. that was a good song called "teen lovers." all right, we'll take a break and close it out from -- right after this. ♪ express each one more with downy simple pleasures feel more calm with new downy lavender serenity feel more daring
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