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>> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- 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 -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: thank you. i feel the love. great new york city crowd. good to be back home in new york. [ cheers and applause ] welcome to "late night" -- welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon", everybody. here is what people are talking about. last night the seattle seahawks beat the green bay packers -- [ some people boo ] 14-12 on "monday night football." yeah. i dvr'd the game and watched it later, you know, just like the refs. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i didn't watch it as it was going on. >> steve: you've got stuff to do. >> jimmy: i mean that's unbelievable what's happening. i mean the nfl replacement referees, they are under fire after a botched call last night gave seattle the win over green bay. fans say they are fed up with these phony refs and they want to see them back where they belong, in the nba. [ laughter ] [ applause ] just give them fake calls there. we don't care. >> steve: foul. >> jimmy: whatever. no one cares. [ applause ] some more football news, on sunday.
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tim tebow was hit in the head by a pass from fellow quarterback, mark sanchez. it wouldn't have been so bad if it hadn't happened on the flight home. [ light laughter ] that was just confusing. it made no sense. it just -- classic case of bullying. [ applause ] did you guys see this? iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad has arrived in new york for the u.n. general assembly with 100 people in his entourage. which explains his new challenge as president, trying to get a reservation at the olive garden. he's like, [ imitating mahmoud ahmadinejad ] "can't we just push 20 tables together? what is the big deal? [ laughter ] i don't -- what is the big deal? yes. when i'm there i'm family. what are you saying? what? [ laughter ] ahmadinejad. under the -- yes, i'm going to wear a dinner jacket. ahmadinejad is the name. and i wear the dinner jacket." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] [ applause ] [ imitating mahmoud ahmadinejad ]
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"we are going to applebee's, we are going to applebee's. don't make me do this. i will go to applebee's." >> steve: [ imitating mahmoud ahmadinejad ] i blame israel. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: [ imitating mahmoud ahmadinejad ] "i will have a blooming onion." [ laughter ] some election news, a new poll found that mitt romney is behind in florida by 1%. [ applause ] which is weird. which is weird because if there's one group that loves romney it is definitely the 1%. [ laughter ] that's what i don't understand that's what i don't get. >> steve: yeah, why? yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i read that clint eastwood's new movie, "trouble with the curve" opened in third place this weekend after making only $12 million. of course, when he saw the movie theater had so many empty seats, eastwood was like, [ imitating eastwood ] "look at these crowds." [ laughter ] "queen elizabeth. ben franklin. yoda." [ applause ] >> steve: yoda? [ applause ] >> jimmy: some tech news. there are reports that facebook
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is considering a new feature that will keep users from stalking their exes by displaying their search history. or in simpler terms, facebook is considering going out of business. [ laughter ] and that's why people go on facebook -- to see what your exes are doing. making sure they're losers. [ applause ] that's the only reason. we want to make sure you're fat. [ applause ] we want to make sure you're fat and you're a loser. [ laughter ] check this out, you guys. starbucks -- it's so true though, come on. [ light laughter ] anyone can look skinny when you make that face. anyone can look skinny when you make that face. [ laughter ] check this out you guys, starbucks is now selling a coffeemaker so that customers can enjoy its coffee at home. and this is nice. it even comes with a sharpie so you can write the wrong name on your cup, just like they do -- just like they do at starbucks. [ applause ] [ imitating barista ] "jimothy? is anyone here named jimothy?" no, that's not a name. jimmy that's it.
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"oh, yeah well, here's your latte." and finally, there are reports that president obama is getting ready to release about one-third of the prisoners being held at guantanamo bay -- which gets even worse when you hear they are all going to work as replacement refs for the nfl. [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow! do we have a great show tonight! great crowd! thanks for watching. one of the funniest human beings in the world, jerry seinfeld is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] one of the great comedy minds. it's just the way his brain thinks is just different than other people. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: he is just a funny, funny human, and loves jokes, and loves comedy. >> steve: yep. >> jimmy: and he's got this great web thing, it's
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>> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: and it's just him with another comedian, driving around, in cars, getting coffee. [ light laughter ] that's -- [ laughter ] [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: the title is what it is. and that's the way it should be. >> steve: yeah, exactly. what is it? >> jimmy: no curve ball. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, comedians in cars getting coffee. what more do i got to say? >> steve: so it's like scientists in buses getting jam? >> jimmy: no, no, that's not what it is. no. [ light laughter ] >> steve: it's comedians. >> jimmy: but that is my website. >> steve: that is your website. >> jimmy: yeah, scientists go getting jam. from the new nbc comedy, "guys with kids," anthony anderson, zach cregger and jesse bradford are coming by! [ cheers and applause ] they're very funny. very funny individuals. very talented. and we have music from two door cinema club! [ cheers and applause ] oh, my gosh! hot show! >> steve: hot! >> jimmy: hot peanuts. >> steve: wait, what? oh, peanuts. >> jimmy: hot peanuts. >> steve: oh, sorry. [ laughter ] guys, it's time to take a look at the stories making headlines today and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. ♪ pros and cons
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and pros and cons and pros ♪ >> jimmy: tonight we will be taking a look at the pros and cons of "dancing with the stars: all-stars edition." all of the best dancers are back for a new season of competition. you got pamela anderson, bristol palin, joey fatone, drew lachey, emmitt smith, kirstie alley, the lorax. [ light laughter ] max headroom's gonna be there. >> steve: everybody's gonna be there. >> jimmy: it's gonna be hot peanuts when you watch this thing. [ laughter ] so let's take a look at the pros and cons of "dancing with the stars: all-stars edition." here we go. pro -- the competition will be tight. con -- not as tight as joey fatone's leotards. [ light laughter ] [ applause ] they're very tight, but that's how he gets the votes. i'm going for my man, joey fatone man, all the way. >> steve: i vote for him. i vote simpatico because his name spells, "fat one." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fatone. fatone. fatone. yeah.
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>> steve: sorry. >> jimmy: sorry, joey. pro -- millions will be tuning in to see who wins. con -- tens of millions will be tuning in to see who falls. [ laughter ] i mean, that's the reason you watch. >> steve: yeah, come on. >> jimmy: you don't want them to dance good. you go, "that's awful." you don't want to see the good dancing. yeah. you want kate gosselin to come back. that was magic. that was magic in a bottle. that was just unbelievable. >> steve: that was like william hung times ten. >> jimmy: that really was amazing fun. michael bolton was pretty good, too. you see he came out of, like, a dog house or something. he crawled out with a bone in his mouth. >> steve: awesome. wait, what? >> jimmy: youtube it. a dog bone in his mouth. [ laughter ] >> steve: okay, i'm sorry. i'm a little tired. i'm a little jet lagged. you know what i mean, i'm sorry. >> jimmy: yeah, i understand. i got ya, i know. >> steve: the hearing goes first. >> jimmy: pro -- the elimination shows offer heart-stopping, edge-of-your-seat suspense. con -- so does carpooling with
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amanda bynes and lindsay lohan. [ applause ] either way. you do one or the other. it's easier to watch "dancing with the stars." [ applause ] pro -- for many of the "all-stars," appearing on "dancing with the stars" has opened up new and exciting career opportunities. con -- like appearing on another season of "dancing with the stars." [ light laughter ] there you go. >> steve: yeah, take it. >> jimmy: you got it, you're back. >> steve: jobs are back. yeah. >> jimmy: pro -- getting to see america vote a new person off the show each week. con -- wondering why they can't do that on "keeping up with the kardashians." [ cheers and applause ] yeah, that's a good -- that's a good idea. i'd watch that. pro -- the judges scoring at times seems random, unpredictable and even irrational. con -- which explains why they just got hired to be nfl replacement referees. [ light laughter ] [ applause ] >> steve: there you go! it's logical. yeah. >> jimmy: a gig's a gig. [ imitating bruno tunioli ] "i can't believe how beautiful that was!" >> steve: [ imitating bruno tunioli ] you made it a touchdown! >> jimmy: [ imitating bruno tunioli ] that was a touchdown! [ laughter ]
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everybody get a touchdown, it's sexy! [ laughter ] we've got to get those old refs back. >> steve: [ imitating bruno tunioli ] he's off-a sides, he's a-off! everyone off-a sides! >> jimmy: all right, all right, buddy. [ someone in audience yells ] >> i love you, jimmy! >> jimmy: [ imitating bruno tunioli ] i love you! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: pro -- watching football hall of famer emmitt smith do a pirouette. con -- watching as he forgets where he is, yells "hut," and tackles pamela anderson. [ applause ] it might happen. those helmets -- >> steve: you never know. never know. >> jimmy: those helmets aren't safe. and finally pro -- even if a duo screws up over and over again, america can still vote them the winners. con -- paid for by romney/ryan 2012. [ cheers and applause ] there you go. that will be "pros and cons." we will be right back with jerry seinfeld! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] been shopping so smart, cash back with your freedom card
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. our first guest is an incredibly funny comedian whose self-titled sitcom was named the greatest show of all time by "tv guide." you can check out his new web series at , which will post its season finale thursday at 9:00 p.m. ladies and gentlemen, the one and only, jerry seinfeld. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. jerry seinfeld. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you so much. >> this is great. this is great it's great already. >> jimmy: it's fun already. >> because we're all in suits. [ laughter ] and this is what show business -- you thought it was when you were a kid. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and you were trying to get into this. >> jimmy: yeah. >> this is the dream. >> jimmy: this is it. yeah. >> we're all in suits. >> jimmy: yeah, everyone's wearing a suit. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and this is fun. >> 'cause this is a show. >> jimmy: this is what people do! >> yes. >> jimmy: i can't help doing impressions of you when you talk to me. >> yeah. i don't -- [ laughter ] i know that. i know that. >> jimmy: because you talk to me and by the end of the night, i'm going - [ as seinfeld ] "this is the show! this is what we do!"
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you come in here, you do that -- [ laughter ] i can't help but do it. i can't help it. >> you're going a little high. >> jimmy: i am going high. >> you're going a little high. >> jimmy: i know. >> i guess that's the artistic interpretation of how i talk. [ laughter ] [ high pitched ] "this is the show!" i don't talk like that. >> jimmy: no. you go -- [ as seinfeld, lower ] "this is the show." no. i can't go lower. >> jimmy: you know, you're a master at this. i'm gonna say you're a little off. >> jimmy: a little off, yeah. [ laughter ] >> you're a little off. i go, this is the show! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know what, i'm close. >> people like it. >> jimmy: people like it. >> do it the way you do it. >> jimmy: i did it -- >> whatever -- you know how you -- you know how you do this business? >> jimmy: yeah. >> do something. people like it. just keep doing it. >> jimmy: why change it? why change it? >> you see any changes over here? >> jimmy: no. >> every night, same [ bleep ] damn thing. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. [ laughter ] you know what they're doing. >> yes. you come out, stand there, same thing. i'm doing the same thing. we're not changing anything. >> jimmy: i did the impression in front of your wife and she enjoyed it. >> yeah. >> jimmy: she thought it was pretty accurate. >> she likes you. >> jimmy: she said it was pretty accurate.
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but you guys have been married -- is it almost 13 years? >> almost 13 years. >> jimmy: congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: she is awesome. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: i love jessica. she's very cool. she's very fun. is it fun being married for 13 years? >> it's fun being married. i love being married. i got married late in life. i got married at 45. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> which is the -- i don't know -- you'll probably have to cut this joke. but i'll do it anyway. [ laughter ] i'd always called 45 the jesus christ point of singlehood. [ light laughter ] because -- let me get to the joke. >> jimmy: that's very funny. that's very funny. >> it's not funny yet. >> jimmy: it is funny 'cause i see where you're going with it. >> no, you don't. >> jimmy: yeah, all right. [ laughter ] >> now i can't get there. [ laughter ] when you tell people you're still single at 45, they go, [ bleep ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i did not know where you were going to go with it. >> yeah, yeah. but i don't think you can say that on tv. >> jimmy: can you not say "jesus christ"? >> no, you can't. you can't. >> jimmy: what if we book a band named, jesus christ and we're talking about the
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band? [ laughter ] >> but i was watching before and i was saying, "i see the way he's going on -- so this -- you just go over and then you're gonna edit this?" >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> okay, great. so we can relax. >> jimmy: i don't even know -- [ laughter ] i don't even -- i can't guarantee that you're gonna be on tonight. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i can't guarantee it. [ cheers and applause ] i mean, i don't know. i don't know and i won't know. oh, my gosh. is that your new signature move? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: good for you. did you ever have a signature move or signature outfit? were you -- >> no. >> jimmy: you didn't? >> well, jeans and sneakers on the sitcom. that was my look on that show. >> jimmy: 'cause remember, like in the '80s, a lot of comics had their outfits? >> no, i had no outfit. i had no hook. >> jimmy: you didn't have a hook or thing? >> no, no. >> jimmy: you did, like -- like humbugger? remember that guy? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: he used to tell a joke and go, "hamburger!" >> what does that mean? >> jimmy: it meant -- [ bleep ] [ laughter ] you can't say that on tv so he invented "hamburger." 'cause you can say that. >> but getting back to marriage -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> because you're married. >> jimmy: yes. >> it's -- there are so many beautiful
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moments in it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and moments in life just -- they happen. you don't know they're gonna happen. they just happen. and you go, "oh, that was beautiful." and, to me, one of the most beautiful moments in marriage is if you can somehow find yourself in the company of another couple that's doing poorly. [ laughter ] and i don't know if that's right but it really -- it feels good. >> jimmy: it feels good to go -- it could be bad. >> yeah. [ laughter ] it's really nice. it's really, really nice. >> jimmy: i like having you back on our show 'cause you're so funny. it's only your second time here. >> yes. >> jimmy: and we love having you here. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and i gotta -- be honest. besides the times that you have been on, have you ever seen the show? >> yes. yes. i love the show. >> jimmy: you do? you watch it? >> i do. i like your little tiny desk. the little, fake job interview setup. [ laughter ] which is part of all talk shows. >> jimmy: you have to have the fake desk. >> and the key to the show -- key to any one of these shows, as you already know, you gotta come up with a bit that you can go back to and repeat. >> jimmy: yeah.
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>> like your "thank you notes," which everybody loves. >> jimmy: yeah. i do the "thank you notes." [ cheers and applause ] got a book. i got a book. it's a plug now. >> and i think the key to that bit, as i've seen it, is that little sneaky tongue. when that little lizard tongue comes out -- [ light laughter ] you wait for that. i don't listen for the joke. i go, "here comes the tongue. here comes the little --" >> jimmy: i do, yeah. i try to lick the envelope just for authenticity. >> it's a little creepy but -- >> yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] but it's good bit. >> jimmy: yeah, it is a decent -- thank you. i appreciate you doing that. what else do you watch? do you watch television, like -- >> i watch prescription drug commercials. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they are on every channel. >> there's like nothing else now but that and ads for law firms helping you sue for the drugs you took last year. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they go hand in hand. >> now, the guy -- the viagra guy with the pickup and the horses in the back -- have you seen that one? >> jimmy: yeah. >> he's in the pickup and he's -- and he gets stuck in the mud. and because he's --
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i think the viagra thing now is the guy who gets things done or something, right? so, he takes the horses out of the back of the -- the horse trailer and hooks them up to the front of the pickup and they pull the pickup out of the mud. so this is the image for your dysfunctional sexual member. [ laughter ] we're going gonna attach some horses to it. yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and pull it out. >> yeah, we're gonna get some clydesdales on you. [ laughter ] and we're gonna get this thing going. >> jimmy: yeah, and we're gonna get this thing going. very smart. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i wanna -- the cool thing you're doing. you're doing stand up in all the five boroughs, here in new york. >> yes. yes. it was my little valentine to my city that i love. i wanted to come back. i haven't done -- performed in new york for a long time and i wanted to do something different. >> jimmy: why? >> well, you know, i grew up here. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, the audience is just all relatives. [ laughter ] you know? >> jimmy: they're all you. yeah. everyone is you. yeah, it's true. it's weird. >> it's all your friends and your relatives and you go, "hi, bob. hi, aunt sarah." >> jimmy: yeah, you got to do
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that. >> yeah. bu i kind of -- i like strangers. i feel like comedy is for strangers. >> jimmy: i like that too. like, i would go to an area where i go, "i would probably never visit this place." >> yeah, they don't know me. i don't know them. >> jimmy: and then, if you can score -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's fantastic. >> it's something -- the anonymity of the comedic exchange. i kinda like that. >> jimmy: you grew up in manhattan or no? where'd you -- >> i grew up in -- i was born in brooklyn and then i grew up on long island, then i went to school in queens and then -- now live in manhattan. >> jimmy: and you've kind of lived in the same area of manhattan your whole entire adult life? >> yes. two-block area. i've moved three times in a two-block area. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: so, you don't know any other area? >> no. what's the difference? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait, don't you wanna experience a different neighborhood? >> no. no. for what? >> jimmy: well i don't know. >> it's new york. i live in new york. you put your finger up, you get a cab. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: more with jerry seinfeld when we get back, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. we are hanging out with jerry seinfeld. [ cheers and applause ] "comediansincarsgettingcoffee. com." >> right. right. >> jimmy: that's what the show is called. >> yes, i didn't want to have to explain anything. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> i thought if i just say it all in the title -- what's the show -- that's what it's about. what's it about? that. >> jimmy: exactly, yeah. it's about that. >> you get that. >> jimmy: but you love coffee. >> i love coffee. i love cars. and i love hanging out with comedians. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i don't like, you know, putting on makeup. i did that for a lot of years. >> jimmy: yeah, so it's just natural. >> so, i just thought -- but you know there's that thing with comedians when they're together.
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there's a thing. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and it's not the show thing. >> jimmy: no. >> and it's not your performing thing. there's a thing, right? >> jimmy: there is a -- yeah, i know what he's talking about. >> yeah. so, i thought -- and it was just an experiment. it really was a very personal experiment. i want to see if i could get that on video -- >> jimmy: it is. >> -- in a way that, you know, people would like. and i thought for comedy geeks and comedy fans -- i thought they might enjoy seeing the tone of comedians hanging out. >> jimmy: it's fantastic because it's -- >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: it's -- you have -- larry david was a great one. brian regan was a great one. >> yeah. >> jimmy: mel brooks? >> mel brooks was on. >> jimmy: how did you get mel brooks to do that? >> i asked him. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: so he just said, "i'll do it"? >> well, i was doing one with carl reiner, and he was telling me how he has dinner every night with mel brooks. and then, they invited me. >> jimmy: really? >> so, i went, and they have dinner together every single night in carl's living room. and a lot of people have asked, "can we come and film it?"
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and they didn't want anyone to do it. it's just their thing. you know, they're older now. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and -- but they invited me, and they let me do it. and we had a great time. we just put that one out last week. it's just fun. >> jimmy: it's fantastic. it's great. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i feel like with all these podcasts now, too, coming out, like, you know, the mark marons or the, you know, jay mohr has had one. but a lot of comedians are coming out with podcasts, which are so unscripted and it's just comedians talking to other comedians. and it's fascinating. >> yeah. well, this i tried to make it a little more -- it's almost like a music video in a way 'cause i have, like, a lot of music and we -- >> jimmy: you have a wind machine. >> yeah, we have a wind machine. >> jimmy: smoke. lasers. >> yeah, i was doing a split on the front of a jaguar. yeah, whitesnake. >> jimmy: whitesnake. yeah, you're so smart, yeah. but you just take different cars. they're cool cars. >> i pick a car for that guest, that reminds me of that guest. >> jimmy: now, larry david was -- >> -- was a '52 vw bug. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> because i thought, "you have two guys that have done well. let's put them in the cheapest possible car." [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: see how he reacts. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and play with him. and ricky gervais was in what? >> ricky gervais was in a triumph tr6 'cause he's an english guy. so, i put him in an english car. >> jimmy: now, i would say a jaguar. >> yeah. >> jimmy: or jag-u-ar. >> yeah. >> jimmy: don't they say that? >> they can say jag-u-ar. >> jimmy: yes. >> but you can never sell that car 'cause you hear "jag-u-ar," you think, "this is going to be too expensive." [ laughter ] you know. >> jimmy: this is gonna be too much. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: well, i think it's great. and this thursday at 9:00 -- >> this last one we did was michael richards, my dear friend. >> jimmy: oh, of course. >> and we did one in a vw bus, a rusted out vw bus. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i brought a little piece of it for you. >> jimmy: it's very cool. and you actually edited this piece for us. >> yeah. yeah. >> jimmy: do you do the editing on this? >> i do all the editing, yeah. >> jimmy: on what? on, like, an apple, a macbook or something? >> no, in an edit place. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> with some very fine, professional editors. >> jimmy: what was i thinking? i'm thinking you were doing out of your mom's basement or something. [ laughter ] it's a professional thing. >> yeah, well, kind of. kind of. >> jimmy: it's super fun. it's kind of a homemade thing.
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>> jimmy: we have a clip here. jerry seinfeld and michael richards in a preview of the season finale of "comedians in cars getting coffee." take a look. >> you can't just walk in there going, "hi, we're not normal people." we're not normal people. ♪ if i ain't around you, jerry, i'm going to turn into that crazy character. ♪ up here is where sugar ray leonard lives. >> are you friends with him? >> sugar! ♪ well, that was interesting. it's a slight tilt on the axis, and it's bubbly time. [ yelling gibberish ] ♪ [ laughter ] >> charles manson. that was supposed to be a party. [ yelling gibberish ] >> boom, checkmate. i'm like, whoa. >> no one is going to believe that that just happened. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: see, i mean, he can't help himself. >> no. >> jimmy: he's physical comedian -- [ applause ] physical comedian genius. >> now, the really crazy thing -- a lot of crazy things happened in that episode.
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one of the craziest ones was he had -- for some reason, he put on this wig and these crazy sunglasses. and we get out of the truck, and there's a guy in a linen truck that you saw him there with the exact same hair. [ laughter ] and the exact same glasses. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: unbelievable. you guys got to check it out, check out jerry seinfeld! this thursday, 9:00 p.m. check it out. anthony anderson, zach cregger, jesse bradford joins us next. there they are in the bud light platinum suite! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ "there's stylish." "there's functional." "and then, there's both." "erika tsubaki is a big fan of both." "that's what she and her team had in mind when they designed the all new ford escape." "with more cargo space than before, wrapped in a brand new body." "the tech-savvy, ready-for-adventure, all new, twenty thirteen ford escape."
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests star in the new nbc comedy, "guys with kids," which airs on wednesday nights at 8:30 p.m. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome anthony anderson, zach cregger and jesse bradford, you guys! come on! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: oh, my goodness. there they are, the guys. ♪ i put my hand up on my hip when i dip you dip you dip who dat is ♪ ♪ hand up on my hip and when i dip ♪ >> jimmy: oh, here we are. [ laughter ] "guys with kids." >> yes. >> jimmy: what is this show about? [ laughter ] >> jimmy, did you just wake up out of a coma? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we have been doing press -- i gotta tell everybody. so, i'm executive producing this show -- >> are you? >> jimmy: -- "guys with kids." [ cheers and applause ] you haven't seen me? >> no! wow, i had no idea! >> jimmy: i haven't been by the office at all. we were doing press all day today. here we are. it's -- we were doing the "today" show this morning with hoda and kathie lee. it's booze day tuesday. [ laughter ] >> yes. >> jimmy: this is like -- >> i can't believe how much booze they're doing over there. >> every day of the week, it's like -- booze day is like -- wednesday is winesday. >> thursday is -- i thought it was --
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>> throw up thursday. [ laughter ] [ talking over each other ] >> hungover friday. >> jimmy: but it was super, duper fun, man. it's fun doing press with you guys 'cause i'm excited about the show. i'm proud of the show. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i wanted to make a sitcom like the ones that i grew up with. a family sitcom where they have the set with the couch in the middle and the people enter through the doors and they get applause, and it's in front of a live audience. >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you like doing it in front of live -- does that feel good for you guys, acting wise? >> i love it 'cause, like, you know, acting, i think, is all about confidence. and when you get a laugh, you get more confident, and it just kind of feeds itself. and i think it improves everything. i dig it. >> for me, it's very different. i've been acting for set decades, and i've never done it in front of an audience until now. >> who are you? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> i'm an old, old man. >> jimmy: old, old man. it's clint eastwood right there, you guys. there he is. [ laughter ] >> i have a pension. i have a pension. >> jimmy: you have a pension. >> you're 22, jesse! >> 33 years. >> jimmy: yeah. >> count 'em. >> all right, baby. >> jimmy: a lot of stuff. but it's -- >> anyway, it's this instant payoff where you know how to
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tailor what you're doing to try to get even more out of the wonderful human -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you do feel it. >> and you know -- you know if you're, like, doing the right thing. like, i was working a -- before this, doing comedy, where you'd shoot shoot shoot, you have no idea if it's funny until how many youtube people like it or something like that. but this, it's like, "oh, i can go home today and feel good about today." >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. you got a good laugh. you got a good laugh. and how are you guys -- how's the cast chemistry? like -- you guys get along? >> it's rough. it's rough, jimmy. >> it's not good. >> jimmy: yeah, you do not like each other. >> falling apart. >> jimmy: it's falling apart. >> we really only talk to one another as characters in the show. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is awful. >> that's how we communicate. and once the bell rings, we're done. we go home and don't talk to each other again. >> jimmy: you don't -- no. >> this is torture. >> jimmy: this is torture right now? >> yeah. >> jimmy: but i mean, you have -- besides you -- these kids -- when you have them on the show and they're acting -- like, you know the olsen twins now, but at the time, on "full house," you just thought it was one kid. >> right. >> oh, my god. >> we have -- on our pilot -- so, he's got -- he's got one. i've got two. he's got four. they're all triplets.
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they're all twins or something. we have 14 little brats running around set. [ laughter ] it's, like, 14 little christian bales running around set. they're just raging. [ laughter ] whatever they want. they get so angry at nothing. >> jimmy: they're not angry. >> and you got to deal with it. and it's terrifying. >> we had 14. only have 11 now because zach got three fired. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you gotta do what you gotta do. you got to stand up for -- >> i'm not gonna take their crap. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you, zach. thank you, zach. >> he had a set of triplets fired in front of a live audience! [ audience ohs ] >> live audience. i fired them. >> jimmy: here's the good news. we got them jobs.rees, so it's really good. [ laughter and applause ] you guys, it's a fun show. you can get your family together, have some tv dinners and watch your show and enjoy it and -- that's what i used to do when i was a kid. and i want to show everyone a clip. here's a scene from "guys with kids" with kareem abdul-jabbar. >> i was wondering if before i go, i can get a photograph of you pretending to dunk my son? [ laughter ] >> oh, that's a cool idea. do mine, too. >> no. no one's dunking any babies. >> why?
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>> because it's a bad idea? >> how's it a bad idea? it's awesome. [ laughter ] >> chris, i said no. >> i am in charge of ernie, not you, so you're just going to have to start trusting my decisions, okay? i'm ernie's dad, and i know what i'm doing. kareem abdul-jabbar, dunk my baby! [ laughter and applause ] >> do not dunk that baby. >> dunk the baby. >> dunk the baby. >> dunk it! then dunk me. [ laughter ] [ chanting ] >> dunk. dunk. dunk. dunk! dunk! dunk! dunk! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: more with anthony, zach and jesse when we get back, you guys! it's fun. come on. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ female announcer ] caroline penry began using olay total effects in 2001. since then, there's been one wedding, 2 kids, and 43 bottles of olay total effects. so in spite of 185 tantrums 378 pre-dawn starts and a lot of birthdays,
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. we are here with the cast of "guys with kids," which starts tomorrow. it premiers tomorrow on nbc at 8:30 p.m.. guys, i have -- speaking of "guys with kids," i have childhood photos of you guys -- >> all right. >> jimmy: -- that i figured i'd just show, since this show's about kids. jesse, this is you as a kid -- child. >> awww! if that ain't adorable. >> i was watching nbc at 8:30 on a wednesday night. >> jimmy: is that what you were doing in that photo? that's really amazing. what are you holding? >> the remote control. back when remote controls looked like that. >> jimmy: wow, you have been acting for decades.
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>> i've been acting for decades. >> jimmy: zach cregger, here is you as a child. a lot of aggressiveness there. a lot of aggression. >> see? >> that's fantastic. >> jimmy: that is great and anthony, we found your baby photo as well. here's you. [ laughter ] that's unbelievable. really adorable. >> you were really cute. [ applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: yeah. very, very cute. you know the other thing i like about our show is that we have a theme song. >> yes. >> yeah. >> we do. >> jimmy: shows don't have theme songs anymore. >> yeah, as we should. >> theme songs on great sitcoms are like other characters. >> jimmy: i look forward to hearing the theme song of shows. >> and jimmy fallon sang our theme song on our show. >> jimmy: that is correct. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's amazing. it's ama -- >> jimmy: so when you watch the show, listen to it because i am doing the theme song. i sang it because i love it. i think i miss it. i think it's a -- something that's going away from our -- our world and i grew up with that stuff. and i think -- i think america wants theme songs. [ cheers and applause ] like, what's your favorite theme song? >> hands down, "the jeffersons."
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theme song to "the jeffersons." >> jimmy: "jeffersons." love "the jeffersons." always a great one. [ cheers and applause ] >> classic. classic. >> jimmy: i know that. i know that one. ♪ fish don't fry in the kitchen beans don't burn on the grill ♪ ♪ took a whole lot of tryin' just to get up that hill now we're up in the big leagues ♪ ♪ getting' our turn at bat as long as we livin it's you and me, baby ♪ ♪ ain't nothing wrong with that well we're movin' on up ♪ ♪ boy, the way glen miller played songs that made the hit parade ♪ ♪ guys like us we had it made those were the days ♪ ♪ thank you for being a friend travel down the road and back again ♪ ♪ your heart is true
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you're a pal and a confidant ♪ ♪ ♪ so no one told you life was gonna end this way [ quick clapping ] ♪ now this is a story all about how my life got flipped-turned upside-down ♪ ♪ and i'd like to take a minute just sit right there ♪ ♪ i'll tell ya how i became the prince of a town called bel-air ♪ ♪ you take the good you take the bad you take 'em both and there you have ♪ ♪ the facts of life the facts of life ♪ ♪ temporary layoffs good times easy credit rip-offs good times ♪ ♪ scratchin' and survivin' good times hanging in the chow line good times ♪ ♪ ain't we lucky we got 'em ♪ ♪ believe it or not i'm walking on air i never thought i could feel so free ♪ ♪ flyin' away on a wing and a prayer who could it be? ♪
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♪ believe it or not it's just me ♪ ♪ come and knock on our door come and knock on our door we've been waiting for you we've been waiting for you ♪ ♪ where the kisses are hers and hers and his three's company too ♪ [ humming theme to "sanford & son" ] ♪ whatever happened to predictability? the milkman, the paperboy evenin' tv ♪ ♪ when i wake up in the mornin' and the alarm gives out a warnin' ♪ ♪ i don't think i'll ever make it on time by the time i grab my books and i give myself a look ♪ ♪ i'm at the corner just in time to see the bus fly by ♪ ♪ it's all right ♪ 'cause i'm saved by the bell ♪ ♪ these happy days are yours and mine
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these happy days are yours and ♪ ♪ mine, happy days [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ makin' your way in the world today takes everything you've got ♪ ♪ taking a break from all your worries sure could help a lot ♪ ♪ wouldn't you like to get away? sometimes you want to go ♪ ♪ where everybody knows your name and they're always glad you came ♪ ♪ you wanna be where you can see our troubles are all the same ♪ ♪ you wanna be where everybody knows your name ♪ ♪ you're gonna make it
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after all ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: anthony anderson, zach cregger jesse bradford. "guys with kids" airs wednesday at 8:30 p.m. on nbc. two door cinema club performs after the break. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] zeebox is the free app that makes tv even better. if your tv were a space captain, zeebox would be an alien, first officer. together they'd become the best star team in the fleet. space. space. [ male announcer ] download zeebox free, and let your tv go where it's never gone before.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests just released their second album "beacon" and they're here
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tonight to perform their hit single from it. "sleep alone." please welcome back to our show, two door cinema club. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ know my only goal is to see when i'm only fast asleep ♪ ♪ it takes more than strength to find this peace of mind so i'll hold hold ♪ ♪ hold hold it close to my heart beating with every step hold hold hold it close ♪
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♪ he sleeps alone he needs no army where he's headed cause he knows ♪ ♪ that they're just ghosts and they can't hurt him if he can't see them oh and i may go ♪ ♪ to places i have never been to just to find the deepest desires ♪ ♪ in my mind we we only know what we see cause we're always ♪ ♪ fast asleep is it so hard not to believe that we'll never know ♪ ♪ oh hold hold hold hold me close i've never been this far from home ♪
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♪ hold hold hold me close he sleeps alone he needs no army where he's headed ♪ ♪ cause he knows that they're just ghosts and they can't hurt him if he can't see them oh ♪ ♪ and i may go to places i have never been to just to find the deepest desires ♪ ♪ in my mind it's in my head and i have said that i must be ♪ ♪ like him now he sleeps alone he sleeps alone and one last chance ♪ ♪ to make sense of what has long escaped us he sleeps alone i sleep alone ♪ ♪ he sleeps alone he needs no army
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where he's headed cause he knows ♪ ♪ that they're just ghosts and they can't hurt him if he can't see them oh and i don't know ♪ ♪ if in the morning i will be here and if so let it be known ♪ ♪ that i was worthy i was worthy i was worthy ♪ ♪ i was oh oh oh ♪ [ cheers and applause ]


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