tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC September 5, 2009 12:35am-1:35am EDT
[ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company esents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television
-- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i am talking about. thank you. that's what i'm talking about. that's a good job. that was a great job. thank you so much, everybody. thank you and welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. thank you so much. friday is here. it's a three-day weekend. i can feel the energy here. [ cheers and applause ] this is true. that is right. labor day is monday. labor day, of course, is the day that we set aside to remember when people used to have jobs. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: despite the announcement today that the unemployment hit 9.7%, joe biden said that the recovery is more than we had hoped. [ laughter ] and when asked to clarify, biden said, "well, we had hoped that unemployment would only be about 5%, and now it is 9.7%. so, that's more than we had hoped." [ laughter ]
four more than what we -- president obama will be featured in four health magazines this fall to help promote his health care proposal. obama even wrote a article for one of the magazines. it's called "smoke your way to sexy abs," which i think is really good. [ laughter ] some good tips in there. yesterday, an al qaeda website announced that osama bin laden will give a present to muslims for ramadan. >> audience member: boo! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you want to open it? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: let's skip it. let's go to the next one. [ laughter ] oh, i am excited about this. the video game -- let's see if this guy is. [ laughter ] the video game the beatles rock band is coming out next week. [ cheers and applause ] that is exciting.
i'll tell you what, i've already tried it and let me tell you, pretending to play the beatles' songs on fake instruments is just like being in the monkees. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i love micky dolenz. i love micky dolenz. "the beatles' rock band" has 45 songs. it has three different skill levels. you can play hard, medium or ringo. [ laughter ] everyone gets to have fun. [ laughter ] hey, there's a lot of buzz about who is going to replace diane sawyer on "good morning america." sarah palin has expressed interest. [ audience groans ] [ audience boos ] she said, "i'd be honored to quit that job." [ laughter ] that would just be -- [ laughter ] the federal government has paid out over $500 million to car dealerships in the cash for clunkers program. $500 million for car dealerships.
that kind of money is going to buy a lot of these guys. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: creepy. [ applause ] creepy, weird. i don't do a good impression. [ applause ] you see -- wind sock. okay, i'm doing to wind sock man. the creepy thing. [ laughter ] i hope that fad goes away. i don't know what's going on. a man -- i hope this goes away, too -- a man in sweden said that he plans -- this is true -- he plans to pump his breasts eight times a day until december in hopes of producing breast milk. [ laughter ] of course, by then the corn flakes will be stale. [ laughter ] so, i mean, there's no sense. he should just go to -- he says he's to going to pump his breasts eight times a day. you know who is most excited about this? his co-worker, darrell, who used to be the weird guy in the office. [ laughter ] he's like, "thank goodness." this joke is all right. okay. [ laughter ]
where is that guy? do you want to read a joke? [ laughter ] where is that guy? [ cheers and applause ] come on. over here, buddy. how are you? come on down. what is your name? >> dan. >> jimmy: danny? >> danny is fine. >> jimmy: what do you go by? >> whatever you want to call me, jim. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, i want you to try and read this joke. here you go. ready? >> on a long island, a nun was arrested and charged with drunk driving after she crashed her car into a tree. when the cops asked how many drinks she had, she just pointed to herself and said, "nun." >> jimmy: thank you very much. [ laughter ] ♪ i appreciate it. [ applause ] thank you very much. you made that look easy. i don't like that. [ laughter ] it's very hard. scientists have found that men with the highest iqs also have the healthiest sperm.
[ cheers ] and stephen hawking said, "did you hear that, ladies?" [ laughter ] i read that "forbes" ranked oprah winfrey the highest paid talk show host. she earned $275 million just last year. that really inspires me. if i work hard and do everything right, somehow, someday, i can convince oprah to give me some money. [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] and finally -- finally, chris brown said that oprah's comments on domestic abuse in the spring was a slap in the face. [ laughter ] he did, he said that. brown immediately apologized for choice of words. he said, "strike that." [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: thank you. i should have gave that guy that last card. [ laughter ] wow, it is going to be a good weekend this weekend, for me, especially, because my apartment is finally renovate and i'm moving back into the apartment. it's been like a couple of months now and i haven't been in my own -- there's nothing like your own bed. i'm so excited to get back in there and just -- it is just -- i miss it. i feel like i've been on a camping trip or something, sleeping on floors, gutters. [ audience aws ] >> steve: cars. >> jimmy: but i'm excited about it. i'm going to be moving my stuff in. of course, i'm going to bring the "rock band," "the beatles' rock band." my wife will love that. [ laughter ] i'm just so excited just to move everything back around. it's labor day weekend, so i'm just excited. it's an extended weekend. i'm just going to have a beer when i get home. [ cheers ] and then -- yeah. and then another beer. [ laughter ] and then just another beer. and then just wake up tuesday morning with grill marks on my face. [ laughter ] that's just what -- but we are wrapping up the week right tonight.
nbc sports broadcast legend, the one and only, bob costas is in the building. [ cheers and applause ] i love bob costas. he is great. [ applause ] from the hit show "entourage," the beautiful jamie-lynn sigler is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] i love her, too. i want to talk to her about something. and we got a very, very, very special performance tonight. the one and only pet shop boys are with us. [ cheers and applause ] how exciting is that? what have i -- what have i -- what have i done to deserve this? [ laughter ] that's right, i can do that, quest. you like pet shop boys, right? what's your favorite one? >> steve: "west end girls." >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. ♪ yeah, yeah. i should do a cover band. >> steve: you should. the pet shop boys rock band. >> jimmy: yeah, pet shop boys rock band. i can do that. [ laughter ] i'm just so excited. it's a good friday show. and today is friday, that's when i usually -- i catch up on my personal stuff. you know, my e-mails, i check my inbox and, of course, i send out thank you notes.
[ scattered applause ] so, thank you, two people. [ laughter ] i'm running a little bit behind. so i thought that, if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. if you don't mind. [ cheers and applause ] i'm going to do this. thank you so much. i'll make it quick. hey, james, can i get a little thank you note writing music? ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. "thank you, pre-season football, for having all of the excitement, commercials and time-outs as the regular season, but with none of them mattering." [ laughter ] "thank you, bristol palin's ex-boyfriend levi johnston for announcing your intention to
pose nude for 'playgirl' magazine. i think i speak for america when i say we don't want to see anymore of levi, and we definitely don't want to see his johnston." [ laughter ] [ applause ] it's true. [ laughter ] "thank you, jon gosselin's pool party in vegas. [ laughter ] you're the reason chlorine was invented." [ laughter and applause ] "thank you, guy with the $10,000 sound system in his $800 car, [ laughter ] for driving down broadway this afternoon. you're loud, you're proud, you're in a '93 tercel. [ laughter ] thank you."
[ applause ] [ laughter ] "thank you, chris brown, for wearing a bow tie on your 'larry king' appearance. although i thought that the black and blue color combination was a little insensitive." [ audience groans ] [ laughter and applause ] "thank you, guy at my dry cleaners, for charging me $11 to clean a dress shirt. it clearly doesn't cost that much, but you know i'll pay it anyway because i am not sure what you do and how much it should cost. [ laughter ] in fact, i am 99% sure that all you did was iron it and put a plastic sheet over it." [ laughter ]
"thank you, fantasy football draft, for letting me know that even in my fantasies, i'm bad at sports." [ laughter and applause ] "thank you, newly-discovered virus linked to penile cancer, for making me say the words penile cancer. [ laughter ] i don't think that i have penile cancer, but maybe i'm just in pe-nial." [ laughter ]
i'll put you over there. i'll put you over there. "thank you, guy sitting in front of me on the airplane, who decided to recline his seat back all of the way. [ laughter ] go ahead, stretch out. you should have a bed. especially if it comes to the expense of me having a lap. [ laughter ] and every few minutes or so, why don't you try and lean back some more and jab it in and try to see if you've truly gone back as far as possible. [ laughter ] fyi, you have. [ laughter ] just don't blame me when i point my air blower nozzle at your head. just my way of saying thanks." [ laughter ] there you have it, everybody. those are my thank you notes. we'll be right back with more "late night." come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ welcome to the now network. population: 49 million.
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it's a new thinking game that everyone's thinking about, it's called "think about it." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ think about it think about it think, think yeah ♪ >> jimmy: "think about it" is a game where we make people think about something really hard and then decide who's thinking the hardest. [ laughter ] higgins, who's thinking tonight? >> steve: well, jimmy, coming to the stage are reagan mckendry, meryl montgomery and shawn fidella. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very nice. can you please say your names once again? contestant number one, what is your name? >> reagan mckendry. >> jimmy: contestant number two? >> meryl montgomery. >> jimmy: contestant number three? >> shawn fidella. >> jimmy: good man, very good. all right, great. are you guys ready to think about it? >> yes. >> yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don't think too hard already. save your thinking. let's bring out the thinko thinkometer 8500, everybody. wow, very good. thank you, monkus.
ain't she a beaut? look at this. this is fantastic. this machine will be able to measure your brainwaves to tell exactly how hard you're thinking. be careful. it cost $30 million and we lost the receipt. [ laughter ] now, each of you, please put on your wireless thinko readometer headbands. [ laughter ] there you go. pass it right down there. yeah, make sure the cerebral cortex nipple is facing out. [ laughter ] if it's not, it will not work. okay, the rules of the game are simple. i will give you a word, and you'll think about it as hard as you can for 15 seconds. and whoever thinks the hardest wins. is there any questions? >> no. >> jimmy: okay. good. now, i just want -- you're in the zone back, aren't you? >> i'm ready. >> jimmy: yeah, you're ready, okay. all right, now, i just want to remind you, this all cutting-edge, top-secret technology. i'm not even supposed to have this thing here, you guys understand? [ laughter ] did you ever see the movie "war games"?
>> yeah. >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah. >> jimmy: great, right? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hey -- [ laughter ] let's get started. everyone sit on your silver think-o-stool. [ laughter ] and get in your best thinking position. okay. [ laughter ] the word you'll be thinking about tonight, moccasin. moccasin. [ laughter ] moccasins, of course, are the soft, leather shoes popularized by native americans along with l.l. bean shoppers looking for a last-minute christmas gift that requires little money and even less thought. [ laughter ] audience, we'll need your help. you job is to chant "think, think, think," along with me, as quietly as you can. okay? everyone ready? all right, let's do this. 15 seconds on the clock. clear your minds. ready? set.
think. [ clock ticking ] [ jimmy and audience chanting together ] think, think, think, think, think. there you go. think, think. that's good. think, think, think. oh, that's good. [ laughter ] think, think, think, think. oh, good. think, think. thinking. [ laughter ] there you go. very good, that's it. time's up. very good. everyone stop thinking. hands off your thoughts. [ laughter ] now, you guys really went for it. you were definitely thinking hard. we saw it. now, it's time to see what you were thinking so hard about. now, look. see right here is the -- if i push this red button in the thinko thinkometer, this will allow us to project your thoughts on the screen, so that everyone can see what you were thinking. [ laser sound ] i told you this was cutting-edge technology. [ laughter ] contestant number one, we'll start with you. how do you think you thought? >> deeply. >> jimmy: yeah, you did think deeply, too. all right, let's take a look. i'm just going to touch the nipple on your cranium. [ laughter ] [ laser sound ]
okay, look at the monitor. nice job, you were really thinking about moccasins. spot on. well done, buddy. [ laughter ] contestant number two, you think you out-thought those thoughts? >> yeah, definitely. >> jimmy: okay, you sound confident. let's see. i'll just press your cranium nip. [ laughter ] more of a flip-flop, but -- >> i don't even like flip-flops. >> jimmy: i know -- oh, okay. [ laughter ] what's up with that? all right, i'm a little shocked, all right. that's okay, contestant number two. that's all right. contestant number three, it's all down to you, buddy. now, how hard do you think your thoughts were being thought while you were thinking those thoughts you were thinking of? >> i forgot to think about moccasins. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, we're about to find out. let me just poke your nip here.
[ laughter ] [ laser sound ] [ laughter and applause ] not even close. not even close. you didn't even know -- do you even know what moccasins are? >> i forgot. >> jimmy: yeah, no, that's not a strip club on the highway 80 outside of ft. worth. no, yeah. that closed years ago. but you were definitely thinking hard, though. you get an "e" for effort. which means contestant number one, you are the winner! [ cheers and applause ] you win a size five moccasin. there you go. [ laughter ] contestant number two, you win some flip-flops. which you don't like. and contestant number three, you win dale. there you go. [ cheers and applause ] and remember, when life throws you a lemon, don't make lemonade, just think about making it. we'll be right back with bob costas, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ (german folk music plays)
wow. every sunday night at 7:00 pm as the host of nbc's "football night in america." ladies and gentlemen, please welcome bob costas. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yes, i love it. bob costas. >> gary glitter, ladies and gentlemen. how is he doing these days? "rock 'n' roll, part two." >> jimmy: that plays everywhere. >> heard in every arena in america. >> jimmy: it's unbelievable. that is giant. i just love hearing your voice. "every arena in america." [ laughter ] it's very -- that's not on there. >> oh, all right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you can take it. i'll go with sans questions tonight. i'm not afraid. >> "late night with jimmy fallon." >> jimmy: we have something in common. >> you just wanted to hear me speak, so i'm just looking for something to read. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, good. yeah, you can do that. well, you already did that. you can do it again, if you want. but i like you -- you have the legendary voice. you're bob costas, which -- i used to watch you late, late
night. later it was -- >> i used to have the slot that belongs to "carson daly." and when i did it, from 1988 through 1994, and it was a different kind of show, it was a single guest interview show. when i did it for most of that time, the lineup was "johnny carson," "david letterman" and then me, all right? and people would say, "hey, i saw you last night with martin scorsese." but they really didn't. they saw the promos on "johnny" and "dave." ann then, "oh, you were great with scorscese." and then, i would say, "did you enjoy the part when he talked about "goodfellas"? "oh, i think i had to go to bathroom then." >> jimmy: they never made it past the promos. >> "thanks for staying up late. our guest tonight is mclean stevenson." even i would pass out. it was 1:35 in the morning. >> jimmy: i have it pretty good. i used to remember -- i just to stay up and watch you all the time. you had those two chairs. >> giant chairs, right. >> jimmy: giant, big, fluffy chairs. it was so interesting. it was great. i love that now you're here. this is amazing that you're here
tonight. i'm psyched that you're here. football is back already? >> yeah, we start, actually, this coming thursday. [ cheers and applause ] this coming thursday. we have what is now the traditional opener, the super bowl champion hosts a thursday night game that officially begins the season. so, it's the steelers hosting the titans. and that game is on nbc on thursday. and the first sunday night game is the packers at home against the bears. [ cheers and applause ] bears fans. >> jimmy: they like the bears, yeah. how do you keep track of all that? because you do every sport. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, how do you -- i mean, have you ever, like, just done a sport that you go, "this not a sport." [ laughter ] >> you know, on the olympics, one of the actual olympic events is race walking. [ laughter ] and, you know, in parts of the world, race walking is a big, big deal. if you're a top race walker from romania, you're like the michael jordan of romania, i guess. >> jimmy: what's a race walker? >> you know what, race walkers -- they walk as fast as
a person can walk. [ laughter ] but you're not allowed to run. and, basically, what it looks like is, you know, "got to go, got to go, got to go right now." [ laughter ] that's really what it looks like. and one olympics, i can't remember which one it was, but we came back from the race walking. and i said, "you know, to have a contest to see who can walk the fastest is like having a contest to see who can whisper the loudest." [ laughter ] what is the point? if you need to walk that fast, just run. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's against the rules. >> yeah. >> jimmy: once you start trotting, you're thrown out. >> now, here's another one that now is covered in sports pages and, in fact, after "carson daly," it comes on each night on nbc, "poker after dark." if you go to the nbc sports website, there's poker news alongside the basketball and the baseball and the football. >> jimmy: is that a sport? >> evidently. and i'm saying to myself, "bottom of the ninth, game seven
of the world series. fourth and goal, last minute of the super bowl. some sketchy guy in a members only jacket trying to complete a flush in a game of texas hold 'em. which one is it?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i got to go with the members only jacket guy. >> you ever see these guys, about 3:00 in the morning? >> jimmy: the costumes are just getting ridiculous. it looks like an elton john concert. [ laughter ] there's like a guy dressed as donald duck -- and it is bizarre. but, i mean, you're such a legend. do people recognize you all the time and go, "oh, my god, it is bob costas." when you talk? >> well, sometimes. sometimes, people will say, "i didn't recognize you until you began to speak." and then, sometimes, you get these very strange circumstances. and i swear to you, i swear on my life, this actually happened. about three years ago, i'm walking down the street in new york, and i'm stopped at a corner and a young guy comes up to me.
a well-dressed guy about 25, 26 years old, african-american guy. he walks up and he goes, "bryant, bryant!" [ laughter ] and i'm like -- so, i pause for a second and i say, "you know, this is getting so old. i'm greg gumbel, i'm not bryant gumbel. [ laughter ] i know my brother is more famous than i am, but can i get a little respect?" and the guy, without missing a beat, says "oh, greg. i love you, too." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is awesome. that is way awesome. way awesome. >> another time, i'm getting off of a plane, and the pilot is standing in the cockpit door and with a big smile. he says, "thanks for flying with us, marv." [ laughter ] i said, "yes! i'm happy we touched down in cleveland!" [ laughter ] whatever you want. whatever you want. >> jimmy: on fire. >> right. >> jimmy: thanks for flying with us, marv. >> and hearing it from the crowd.
>> jimmy: you're a legend. you're bob costas. i know, like, legendary athletes and stuff like that, they retire jerseys and stuff like that. we wanted to do something because you've been with the nbc family and, gosh, i love you so much. i was just wondering if we could retire you up in the rafters. [ laughter ] >> if you retire me, does that mean that the checks stop? >> jimmy: no, no, no. [ laughter ] we can get them sent up there. >> well, in that case, i'm good with it. >> jimmy: when we get back, we're raising bob costas up to the rafters, everybody. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ yeah, looks like we're going to be the first... to buy raisin bran extra! i'm surprised nobody else is here for the big debut of the almonds. oh, guys, i can see it! they're setting it up right now! is it true? are there really going to be cranberries? yep, i can see the boxes, and there's definitely yogurty clusters in there too! i think this is a 24-hour store. introducing kellogg's® raisin bran extra! with cranberries, almonds and yogurty clusters, it's raisin bran with so much extra. ♪ raisin bran extra! it's a mouthful of awesome!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we are back with broadcasting legend bob costas. if ever there was an nbc hall of fame, he'd be in it. and like the great athletes he covers who have their jerseys raised to the rafters, tonight, we'd like to honor bob in the same way. bob doesn't wear a jersey, so, instead, we're going to have to raise bob costas, himself, into the rafters. bob, are you ready for this great honor? >> this makes up for losing the "peter pan" part to cathy rigby. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that was -- it was close. it was really close. will this work? can we just it a little bit? just pull it to see if it works. there you go. >> oh! >> jimmy: you're up there a little bit. stop right there. that's pretty good. >> yeah, i'm actually enjoying the added elevation. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sounds like a ventriloquist act. [ laughter ]
[ applause ] "hey, everybody, i'm bob costas. tonight, the ninth inning. two outs --" [ laughter ] all right, we are going to raise legend bob costas into the rafters roof. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow! we did it. we made it. you were great, bob. how is everything? how's it going up there? is it okay? >> yeah, jack paar left his wallet up here in 1958. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hey, to the left of you is my doctorate degree. that's the only thing else we've retired to the rafters. >> oh, the college of st. rose,
yes. >> jimmy: that's me. yeah, i got my doctorate in humane letters. so, you're talking to a doctor. >> i may need a doctor shortly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is fantastic. bob, i want to thank you so much. can you hang out up there for a little bit? >> literally, yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you can watch the rest of the show. we have a great show. i mean, jamie-lynn is coming out and the pet shop boys. you'll be there? >> can i listen to "west end girls" from up here? >> jimmy: absolutely. [ laughter ] i wouldn't dance if i were you. yeah. [ laughter ] bob costas. you can see the legend at work sundays at 7:00 pm on nbc's "football night in america." jamie-lynn sigler joins us next. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ announcer: welcome to the now network. currently, thousands of people are enjoying the new palm pre from sprint. its revolutionary web os allows multiple applications to run at the same time. - ( thunder and rain ) - millions are using the simply everything plan. - each is saving $1200 over an at&t iphone plan. - ( cash register dings ) together that's billions of dollars. enough to open a dunkin' donuts in space.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: bob sent us some e-mails. very good. we have a great show coming up next week elijah wood, tyler perry, mario batali -- the great mario batali and russell brand are all gonna be stopping by. and we got performances from john fogerty, queen latifah and george jones. [ cheers and applause ] all next week. wow. that is going to be amazing next week. bob likes that. okay, good. our next guest is a versatile and talented actress who currently stars in the hit hbo series "entourage." put it together for jamie-lynn sigler, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ see my girl she wants to be my girl jamie wants to be my girl ♪
>> hi, it's like a theme song. >> jimmy: you look fantastic. how are you? >> thanks, i'm good. how are you? >> jimmy: very good. welcome back. you're are back in new york. >> yeah >> jimmy: yeah, you were out in l.a. for a bit. >> i've been living in l.a. for about a year and a half. >> jimmy: that's wild. but you're a new york girl. >> i'm a new yorker. born and raised. >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. now you're back but you're doing --what, you're out in l.a. doing. [ light laughter ] we have one new yorker there. [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] weird enough the crowd's from l.a. tonight. it's so ironic. but you shot, of course, the "sopranos." >> yeah >> jimmy: and that was amazing. now you're doing "entourage." >> doing "entourage" in l.a. [ cheers and applause ] >> you fit in perfect, it's really great. but now -- you miss new york? do you miss us? >> you know, i do miss new york. my whole family's here and all my friends that i grew up with. but, you know i have to say, when you move to l.a. and then you come back to new york, all of the things that people used to say about new york that i never noticed, all of the sudden i do. like, it is really loud. it's dirty. it's kind of claustrophobic. like i -- when i first came back here, i was, you know, my first
stop like was duane reade's to go get my toiletries and what not. i'm like walking down the street and i'm getting elbowed left and right by people. i'm like not with my pace obviously. and i get into the pharmacy/drugstore and all of the sudden, you are like, "shoot, the aisles are so small." everything's so much tighter. everything's so much smaller. it is a lot to get used to. >> jimmy: and the bottom shelf is all covered in like mop water from the night before. [ laughter ] that's new york. that's the way it is. >> but i love it. i mean, but i -- >> jimmy: you're not getting soft on us right? >> no, no, no. i still got it in me, but i just got to, you know, dust some l.a. off. >> jimmy: 'cause you get spoiled out there. >> yeah. absolutely. >> jimmy: but now i hear you're shooting "ugly betty"? >> yes, i'm working on "ugly betty" right now. >> jimmy: that's fun. >> yeah, it's a lot of fun. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: your character on "entourage" is a stretch for you because you play -- >> it's a big stretch. i'm playing myself. [ light laughter ] which is weird, yeah. you know, last year when i did the show, it's only supposed to
be one episode, which is kind of -- "entourage" is famous for letting new actors do this kind of goofy exaggerated version of themselves for one episode. but it turned into a lot more. you know, who knows. maybe if i know it was gonna be be another full season, i would have maybe changed my name a little bit or something. but it's great, you know, 'cause i get to be myself. it's not like i just show up and talk. i have lines that i have to know. [ light laughter ] situation i'm having to act out. it's fun, i'm kind of one of the boys. >> jimmy: i'm a huge fan of yours. >> thanks. >> jimmy: and we met a while back. you remember this? >> yeah, at a charity event. it was strange, though. because, jimmy was hosting this charity event, the frick awards. and it was a very great event. but we must have done like, "hi, how are you?" and that was it. and then the next day in one of the new york papers it was saying that jimmy was hitting on me and i denied him. [ cheers ] [ scattered applause ] he was really upset about it. which just goes to show you. and then, we had mutual friend
and you e-mailed me the next day being like, "i'm really sad, thanks a lot." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm said, "i'm so sorry i was hitting on you so bad last night." >> and i felt so bad. >> jimmy: and at the time i was engaged to now my wife. i'm like, "i swear i wasn't hitting on her, i swear." [ laughter ] "i was just at the charity even trying to do something good, i swear." it was ridiculous. >> you were doing a good thing. there you go. >> jimmy: huge headlines, "jimmy fallon gets dumped." [ light laughter ] "denied." oh my god, i felt so bad. but thanks for being a good sport with that, 'cause i was like -- >> oh my god, i felt bad. >> jimmy: yeah. what i meant to say is i wanted you to say, "thanks for being a good sport." [ laughter ] >> oh, thank you, thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: i'm kidding. but i was so embarrassed about that. i was like, "oh my god, i hope you didn't think i was hitting on you when i said 'hi' to you." >> not at all. >> jimmy: and then you're like, "that creep." >> yeah, right. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "get a life old man." and you got some idea last night, and i think this is brilliant. i've never heard of this website. >> okay, this is so much fun, i hope everyone has the same sense of humor that i do. there's something called year
book your self. >> jimmy: you guys ever heard of that? [ scattered cheers ] >> it is so fun. i did it with all my friends. basically, there's like this mold and you take a photo of yourself and you can fit your face into it. and then it will take you through the years from like 1960 to, you know, now or 2000. and it will have year book photos with different hairstyles and different wardrobes. it's hilarious. i did it with my 1-year-old nephew's picture which was kind of funny. [ light laughter ] but it's so much fun. >> jimmy: you did one for you and one for me. >> yes. yes. >> jimmy: let's take a look. we got a couple of these. here's one. hey! [ laughter ] you're a babe. that's like the '60s. >> i'm doing all right. >> jimmy: look, here's me. there you go. [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] it looks a little -- who's that? >> who's that? >> jimmy: is that me? >> someone in science class. >> jimmy: that's me and higgins. that's higgins, our announcer. [ laughter ] is that me? which one is -- on the right side? i see higgins. >> oh, yeah, there you are. >> jimmy: oh, yeah that is me over there. >> you didn't recognize yourself
with the glasses. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's exactly what it is. let's go to the next one. [ laughter ] that's looking good. that's fantastic there. there you go. [ laughter and applause ] "hey, hey, you want to go out with me?" [ laughter ] "stop hitting on me, you creep." [ laughter ] yeah! that's a great look. >> that is my new headshot. >> jimmy: that is a good look there. [ laughter ] that is pretty fantastic there. [ audience ohs ] oh, that is it. you look gorgeous in all of these shots, and i look like an idiot in all of these. [ cheers and applause ] there you go! that is insane. that last one is absolutely crazy. >> that was like a -- you have to have to wake up early before school to get that going." >> jimmy: a lot of spray going on. a curling iron. yeah, that was a little ridiculous. >> yeah, that was great. >> jimmy: we have a clip from "entourage" i just want to show everybody. >> oh, cool. >> jimmy: so everyone can see you in "entourage." jamie-lynn sigler in "entourage," everybody. >> tell me about this movie. >> okay well, josh schwartz and
he's got this new show that i love. it's called "runaways" and it is about these two girls who are completely in debt, and jobless and hate their lives, and they run away to l.a. it's really good. but, i have to do a boston accent. i've never really done an accent. >> ah, you can do it. >> do you think? >> i know you can. i know you're gonna get this. i feel it. >> thanks. >> jimmy: this is jamie-lynn segler, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] you got to come back, please. thanks so much. >> oh my gosh, i'd be happy to. >> jimmy: pet shop boys are performing next, everybody. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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