tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC July 7, 2012 12:35am-1:35am EDT
♪ who do i see well miss rosalee sure a sight for sore eyes ♪ ♪ i like the way she talks to me a voice as soft as twilight ♪ ♪ lord have mercy on this daydreamin' man my boots ain't dry from the flood ♪ ♪ i give you my word to do the best that i can i understand that this bird in my hand ♪ ♪ is better than two in the bush rosalee you little country thang ♪
♪ sure 'nuff know to make me smile you like the jangle of my tambourine ♪ ♪ won't you stay with me a little while rosalee rosalee ♪ ♪ rosalee rosalee ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: thank you guys. chris robinson brotherhood. nice job, gentlemen! thanks, guys. thank you, gentlemen. nice job. i want to thank my guests emma stone, chris hemsworth, and of course chris robertson brotherhood. tomorrow night julia louis-dreyfus will join us. but "jimmy fallon" happening
right now. jimmy, take it! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> 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 -- www.vitac.com
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh man! that's what i'm talking about. how are you guys feeling tonight? you feeling good? [ cheers and applause ] welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. it's going to be a fun night tonight. wow. what a big show we have! but, first, let's get to some jokes here. [ laughter ] in some political news, there's talks that this october, president obama will announce his support for legalizing marijuana. [ cheers and applause ] which explains why he's moving his family out of the white house and into a white castle. [ laughter ] that's right. obama might support legalized marijuana to boost his chances of winning the election in november. or as stoners put it in december, "weren't we supposed to -- we were supposed to do something, right?" [ laughter ] "oh, that's right. bonnaroo. we got to go." [ laughter ] "merry christmas, man." check this out.
a new survey found that u.s. airways is the most hated airline in the country. [ audience boos ] today, u.s. airways apologized to its passengers, then charged them a $50 apology fee. [ laughter ] you can't get it for free. will you sit down? sit down in the back. someone is standing up in the back -- sit down! mad woman. >> steve: mean. >> jimmy: mean woman. very bad. oh, happy birthday to my man, barry manilow, who turns 66 on sunday. barry manilow. [ cheers and applause ] barry manilow, or as most people put it, "man, clay aiken's really let himself go." [ laughter ] sit your butt down now. no one's getting off the plane. one more time around the tarmac.
get this, guys. a man in the u.k. has been accused of hacking into the pbs website. finally answering the question, "what's the world's lamest hacker?" [ laughter ] "i first infiltrated the 'antiques roadshow' database." [ laughter ] "then i broke the firewall on 'sesame street.'" [ laughter ] hey, this sunday is father's day, you guys. to all the dads out there. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, this year, i got my dad a new set of golf clubs, a golf bag, some tees. man, if he ever learns how to play golf, he is set. he's got it all. did you guys hear about this? tomorrow, china will send its first female astronaut into space. [ cheers and applause ] which sounds pretty awesome until you hear that it's because her parents already have a boy. [ audience ohs ] play by the rules, you guys. play by the rules. >> steve: it's cultural.
>> jimmy: cultural. here's something for the history buffs. this monday is the 200th anniversary of the war of 1812, or as it was known in 1812, the war. [ laughter ] listen to this, you guys. in a new interview, the guys who created "the bachelor" said that 70-80% of reality tv is staged. >> steve: what? >> jimmy: then he was, like, "can i say that again? i want it to sound more spontaneous." [ laughter ] and finally, i read that apple's first computer from 1976 has been sold at an auction for almost $400,000. no thanks. if i wanted a 36-year-old apple, i would just go to the produce aisle in walmart. we have such a great show tonight, you guys. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: whoa! [ cheers and applause ]
we have such a fun show tonight. it's been a crazy week. i always want to remind you guys -- our musical comedy album, "blow your pants off," is in stores right now. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: what? ♪ >> jimmy: big week. a big week for us. we cracked the charts. no, i'm just kidding. that was a butt joke. >> steve: what about crack? you said something about crack? >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. >> steve: you're covering it with your finger. there you go. >> jimmy: i just get a little embarrassed. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, that makes it spicier. >> jimmy: yeah, spicier and weirder. a giant hand over my butt? this is, like, a greatest hits collection of all of the fun songs we did on the show. but we have amazing guest stars on this record. bruce springsteen, i got to thank. he's on the album. [ cheers and applause ] bruce! justin timberlake is on this record. [ cheers and applause ] we do "the history of rap" together on this, and all of the
kids were requesting it on their radio stations. and it's sweeping the nation. can we get a taste of the history of rap? ♪ now peter piper picked peppers but run rocked rhymes ♪ ♪ humpty dumpty fell down that's his hard time ♪ ♪ jack b. nimble what nimble and he was quick ♪ ♪ but jam master cut faster jack's on his ♪ ♪ now here's a little story i got to tell ♪ >> jimmy: enough, guys. stop. enough. [ cheers and applause ] that's how great justin timberlake is. i had to practice that rap for, like, five days, for, like, 20 hours a day. yeah, i was doing "soulja boy" in my kitchen. trying to learn how to "soulja boy." my wife is, like, "you're nuts." justin timberlake comes in, two takes and he's done. the guy's just awesome. >> steve: he's insane. remember when he first did barry gibb? "don't lose that note." >> jimmy: yeah. he was serious. yeah, he goes, "remember that harmony." i was, like -- he grabbed my hand. i was, like, "don't talk like i'm lance bass." [ laughter ] i don't know if he talked to lance bass like that. but, eddie vedder is on this record.
dave matthews, paul mccartney, big & rich. >> steve: oh, come on. >> jimmy: we do a song called "cougar huntin'" on this record. it's a country song. and it's not about murdering animals. let's just say that. there's some great new songs in there. "cougar huntin'" is one. "new french girlfriend" is one. it's remixed. it's remastered. it's out in stores right now. pick it up -- walmart, where ever you do it. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: target. k-mart. the 'zon. the mart. >> jimmy: we're so proud of it. it came out this tuesday. so proud of the roots. the roots -- i've got to thank the roots, man. [ cheers and applause ] we have a great show for you tonight. he is one of the funniest people of all time. he's got a new movie out today called "that's my boy." he's one of my idols. the one and only adam sandler is here. he's the best human around. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: what a gentlemen. >> jimmy: plus -- and he's bringing a little surprise guest with him, too. i think. plus, it's the finale of video game week. my friend, reggie fils-aime from nintendo, is here. [ cheers and applause ] we get a new look at brand new video game console, wii u. this is the new thing.
this is gonna be the new system. you add it to your wii. or you don't even need to use the wii. do you need to use the wii? you can just use it on your own. but, you can also use it with the wii. it's, like, a handheld weird device, and you can, like flip things from the thing to your tv set. you want to shoot -- it's just insane. [ laughter ] it's so weird and so fun, i can't explain it. >> steve: it's super futuristic. >> jimmy: it's super futuristic. it's today -- it's, like, what tron plays as a goof. live in the future. >> steve: 'cause tron goofing would be that kind of thing. >> jimmy: yeah. tron goofing around -- this is what you see right here, yeah. and then, also, i can't wait for this. we're going to set a bunch of new world records with you guys, too. [ cheers and applause ] the guys -- the guys from recordsetter are here tonight, you guys. oh, my god. hey guys, i want to get this out of the way. just so i can do this. i know you want to go out and party all night. and go nuts. but, i just want to write out some "thank you notes" if you don't mind. is that okay? is that all right? [ cheers and applause ] i got to get them written.
thank you so much. i appreciate it guys. james, can i get some "thank you note" writing music? ♪ [ laughter ] no one's clapping. no one's clapping, james. [ cheers and applause ] give me a break. he guilted them into that. oh, my goodness. >> steve: he's been acknowledging an unseen audience. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, lobster bibs, for letting everyone know i dine like an aristocrat but eat like a 2-year-old. [ laughter ] >> steve: win/win. >> jimmy: there you go. ♪ thank you, doing the limbo, for looking more like an endless line of dorky keanu reeves impressions. [ laughter ] ♪ ♪jack be nimble jack be quick jack go under limbo stick ♪ >> jimmy: "limbo rock," man.
>> steve: "limbo rock," man. you got to rule that. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you -- >> steve: you don't want to talk about "limbo rock" anymore? >> jimmy: yeah, "limbo rock" -- i'm done talking about that. >> steve: you good? are you sure you're done with that? >> jimmy: yeah, you got to roll with that, man. ♪ thank you, baked potatoes, for being like mashed potatoes' stoner brother. [ laughter ] "you got to get some sour cream on there, man." >> steve: "dude, i'm not fried. i'm baked." [ laughter ] what degree do you put the oven on? >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: when you're cooking a baked potato, what should it be? what degree should the oven be on? 420. >> jimmy: what? >> steve: 420. >> jimmy: 420, oh, my god. yeah, yeah. >> steve: come on. ♪ >> jimmy: of course. i'm a little foggy. i'm a little foggy today. >> steve: you all right?
>> jimmy: yeah. ♪ thank you, sonograms, or, as i like to call you, baby spoiler alerts. [ laughter ] it basically is, right? >> steve: exactly. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, sunset, for being nature's way of setting the mood. thank you, sunrise, for being nature's way of turning on all the lights at last call and saying, "if it hasn't happened yet, it ain't happening. time to go home, you guys." [ laughter ] "wrap it up." [ applause ] "you don't got to go home, but you got to get the hell out of here." ♪ thank you, people who order a salad with extra ranch dressing, for basically saying, "i didn't want a salad in the first place." [ laughter ] i want a grilled cheese or something. >> steve: yeah, come on. >> jimmy: got to eat healthy. put some more on there, man. >> steve: come on. i'm not a fool. >> jimmy: yeah. ♪
thank you, passive aggressiveness. no, really. thank you. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, guy who gets on the elevator and then stands on the same side as me even though no one else is in here with us. do you not understand the basic principles of elevator balance and weight distribution? next time i'm just hitting door close on your ass. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ yelling ] "don't do it!" ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: that was active aggressive. >> jimmy: "i get up in the
morning. i work out. do some push-ups. i drink, like, six monkey milks. then i go back. i do, like, crunches. i do the perfect pull-ups. then i drink another two monkey milks. go to work. i got monkey milk in the freezer. i shake it up. sure. do those things, then i eat a baked potato and go to bed. there you go. >> steve: and during the night, you have a monkey milk enema, so it keeps on flowing through you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, come on. monkey milk enema. we should make monkey milk, though. i hope people will buy that. like a protein shake. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: monkey milk. >> steve: monkey milk. >> jimmy: yeah. all right, people love saying it. >> steve: monkey milk. it's fun. >> jimmy: all right. you guys like monkey milk? [ cheers ] banana flavored? something like that? >> steve: yeah, exactly. yeah. manana. >> jimmy: what? >> steve: the monkey milk drinking a giant banana. it's, like -- oh, come on. >> jimmy: i see you did a weird thing. like, you did a weird --
[ laughter ] >> steve: i didn't mean that. >> jimmy: yeah, but you were doing that. >> steve: for the first time in my life, i didn't mean it. >> jimmy: the monkey's holding his banana. and that's why everyone got weirded out, man. >> steve: his sidekick is a manana. it's a man who is like a banana. >> jimmy: do we have a replay of it? yeah, show the replay of what you did. >> steve: there you go. >> jimmy: it's just you laughing. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: well, that looks like a monkey's penis to me. [ laughter ] it's just a picture of you laughing. >> steve: yeah, at the monkey [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: that makes no sense. sorry, guys. >> steve: enjoy this 'cause you won't be seeing this on tv. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we're editing it all out. >> steve: oh, yeah. ready, james? ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, store brand cereal, for making me say "i'm cuckoo for cocoa spheres." [ laughter ] >> steve: off brand cereal. you got to love it. ♪
>> jimmy: thank you, wnbc news anchor sue simmons, for retiring after more than 30 years on the air. the day i lost my first tooth, you delivered the news. the day i had my first kiss, you delivered the news. the day i lost my virginity is the day you're retiring. [ laughter ] i hope. thank you, sue. we're going to miss you, pal. there you have it. those are my thank you notes. we'll be right back with adam sandler! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what's the hold up? he's looking for his dongle. we need a dongle? yes! we need a dongle. brandon usually brings the dongle. susan do you have a dongle? no i didn't bring my dongle. we're having a little dongle issue. dooley has a dongle. i don't have a dongle sir. let's get started. do you guy's have a dongle? we're not using a dongle. see. it's pretty cool huh? ahh, nice. share files instantly. only on the galaxys3. available at sprint.
>> jimmy: they love you. >> thank you, jimmy. >> jimmy: adam sandler. thank you so much. >> nice to see you. >> jimmy: good to see you, buddy. we're finishing up video game week here at the show. are you a video game player? >> i'm not good at -- i don't know. i wish i was. i used to be when i was a kid. i mean, i love it. i love everybody that does it. [ laughter ] but i just -- i, kind of -- i was great at it when i was, like, in sixth grade. i was great at -- maybe even younger. no, when i was, like, ten i used to do pong. >> jimmy: oh, pong. >> pong was fantastic. >> jimmy: pong is a great game. >> i was great at that. i even knew how to turn it on, even at the house. i would flip it on the tv. i know to switch it to some channel and it would work. and then, as it progressed, i got worse. space invaders, i started going down. i wasn't great at that. like, defender, at the arcade, i started sucking at that. and that missile command is where i gave up. >> jimmy: gave up.
>> the little circle ball -- i pinched my finger one time. i started screaming in the arcade, "no!" [ laughter ] and everybody is like, "what happened?" and i'm like, "it got me. it got me!" >> jimmy: it pinched me. >> "no more of this." >> jimmy: you look good, my man. you working out? >> yeah, no, a little bit. i had to sneak it in. my doctor told me i got to start working out. but i got somewhat of a tight schedule, and being with the family all the time. so, i use the kids for the workout. you know, i'll say, "i love you." and then, i'll do the curls with them and that kind of stuff. [ laughter ] and then -- you know what? i got two kids. and i -- the only exercise they hate is i make them hold hands and i jump rope with them for, like, 20 minutes. [ laughter ] that's the only one they don't like. >> jimmy: yeah, that's good they don't like that one. that's a lot. >> by the way, jimmy, higgins -- he's not here now. but, i know why -- did they ever do -- did you guys ever get the slo-mo shot of the banana? >> jimmy: no. [ laughter ] >> because i was -- i watched it in my room. in the dressing room, we have a slow motion thing. you guys didn't notice. he, actually, was going like this -- [ laughter ]
that's why they couldn't show it. >> jimmy: was not! >> i swear to you! [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: he was not doing that in slo-mo. we couldn't get it in slo-mo. >> you'll see. you'll see. >> jimmy: we couldn't get it in slo-mo. you must be, like, a -- you must be an awesome, fun dad to have. adam sandler's a dad. >> it sounds good on paper. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, i would love it. i would freak out. >> no, it's good. when i walk into a joint, it's good. the kids get to go, "yeah, that's right. we're with him." you know, that's good. [ light laughter ] but, my kids' school, they have rules that you can either -- like, when they invite a friend over, they got to have either one friend or the whole class come. they can't exclude other people. so, i don't know. it's good. it's a nightmare. >> jimmy: that's a nice thing to do. >> well, we had a sleepover. i got a six-year-old kid. and i was like, "so we're going with the one kid, please?" [ laughter ] and then, the next -- you know, and all of a sudden there's 13 kids in my house. and my wife took the shift of, like, the fun before they went to sleep. and i said, "yeah, yeah. and i'll handle the morning," you know.
so these kids -- 13 of them -- woke up at 4:00 in the morning. [ laughter ] and i love kids, but i'm not that good with them. and then, i don't know want to do. and their parents weren't coming until 9:00 in the morning. so i have five hours alone. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. [ laughter ] >> and i started off, you know, you try to waste time. i made them pancakes. i got the pancakes going. then, i go, "all right, who wants french toast now?" [ laughter ] and then, moved on. you know, it progressed to, "all right, who wants a ride in the dryer?" so i got them in the dryer. [ laughter ] eventually, the best game was a game we called "watch the movie star sleep." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, that's a good one. that's such a good one. that's the best game. congratulations on "that's my boy." i loved it. super funny. >> thanks, man. >> jimmy: you're awesome. you play the real loser dad. a loser of a dad. >> yeah, yes. a guy who hits the sauce pretty hard. >> jimmy: donny berger. >> donny, yeah. donny berger. the new england boy. >> jimmy: new england boy, exactly. do you want to talk about what it's about? >> it's a -- you know, the kid --
there's a nice looking teacher and she has sex with this 13 or 14-year-old kid in school. and she gets pregnant. she goes to jail. and then, has the baby anyway. and then, this kid, who i play, raises the baby. and it's andy samberg, and he's a mess because i stunk at -- and it's us, 30 years later, hanging out. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> so -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you force yourself to hang out with him, yeah. >> yeah, i force myself on his -- >> jimmy: he does not want to hang out with you. >> no, no. >> jimmy: and so they go, "your dad's donny berger?" >> yeah, donny. no, but i -- in real life, like, this guy was a sexual dynamo, my character. in real life, when i was young, i did not -- that wasn't a big -- like, i wasn't part of that thing where young kids with girls and stuff. i was so behind. i didn't even know the bases, when they were talking about bases. what they did with girls. i was so lost. "i got second base and i got third." but i was always just, like, i don't know what that means. but, i always knew what a pop-up was. i got plenty of pop-ups. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you got a lot, yeah. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> yeah. [ applause ]
>> jimmy: i want to show you and andy samberg. he plays your son. i want to show a clip of adam sandler and andy samberg in "that's my boy." >> right. >> let me get this straight. you want me to go visit my sick mom that i haven't talked to in years in prison the day before my wedding? >> correct. >> not happening [ bleep ]. >> what the [ bleep ] did i do to you to make you hate me so much? i am [ bleep ] baffled right now. >> maybe you don't remember, but you were basically the worst parent ever. >> me? i did everything for you, buddy, and i never gave you an ounce of [ bleep ] about nothing. >> you never gave me nothing! >> i gave you a snake. >> yeah, but it died after it ate all your -- >> that was the only time anybody's ever seen a king cobra laugh. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "that's my boy" is in theaters everywhere right now. more with adam when we come back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. we're here with the great adam sandler. his new movie, "that's my boy," is out in theaters today. now adam, you play a father in this movie, right? ♪ father's day a day for dads ♪ [ cheers ] >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] you play a father. ♪ there's a time to be happy and a time to be sad ♪ [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: adam, adam. adam, what's going on? what are you doing? ♪ hug your dad you kiss him too don't squeeze his butt unless he asks you to ♪ [ laughter ]
♪ tuck them in at night whisper i love you then go down to the basement and whack it to "the view" ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, that is not -- that's not appropriate. that is not -- [ cheers and applause ] >> papa? >> adam: i'm glad you're here, son. ♪ ♪ he sleeps in a long shirt and when he walks in the kitchen ♪ ♪ you can see his >> adam: poking out the bottom.
[ laughter ] ♪ he's getting older but that's okay ♪ ♪ his pubic hair is 50 shades of gray ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ father's day what a day i love you daddy ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to adam sandler, andy samberg. "that's my boy" is in theaters everywhere right now. go see it. stick around. we'll be right back, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] summer is here.
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sneak peek at their brand new video game system wii u. i am freaking out about this. tell everyone about this, please. >> so this is the wii u, right? this entire package. the console, and really what makes it different is this new controller. you gotta hold this. i mean, it feels great in the hand. it's got this 6.2 inch touch screen. >> jimmy: i want this so bad. >> it reinvents gaming, right? >> jimmy: wait -- so it's a touch screen. you got controllers. >> you got control sticks. you have all the buttons you need. what really makes it neat is, because of the different games we have, you can be playing a game. i'll be playing with you. you'll have a completely different experience than what i have because of what this controller does. >> jimmy: really? >> it's fantastic. >> jimmy: and you got a camera on here too. >> there's a camera. it can act as a sensor bar, so you could literally play a game just using the control pad. there's nothing like it. >> jimmy: this is unbelievable. like, a remote gaming thing on here. so it goes -- you could use it on your tv as well, right? >> yeah, you could use it to control your tv. come on, it's nintendo. it does everything. >> jimmy: so it's an awesome remote control. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: with cool stuff on it. show me what -- what we can do with this guy. i cannot wait for this. >> so we brought you a game. actually, a couple different
games. this is called nintendo land. it'll be happening right with the launch. it's an amusement park set with all these different nintendo attractions. 12 in all. there's zelda attraction. you saw donkey kong. luigi's mansion. it's a fantastic game. what we're going to play is a game called takamura's ninja castle. >> jimmy: takamura's ninja castle. >> takamura's ninja castle. and what you're going to be doing is you're going to be throwing ninja stars, right? >> jimmy: okay. >> so, the way it works is you're literally -- >> jimmy: i mean, come on. >> you're shooting these ninja stars across from the controller. so now this is you, jimmy. you gotta be shooting at these guys. take over. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, i know. wait, so wait. i'm really struggling. you can only see this remote? it's just that you got a throwing star on this dude. and you just take your controller and you whip it? >> exactly. just throw it. >> jimmy: do i aim it with this guy? >> you aim it and -- >> jimmy: die! that was pretty good. >> and the faster you swipe, the faster it'll go. [ cheers and applause ]
so you want to shoot up high -- >> jimmy: whoa! get lost, creeps. >> if you curve the controller, it'll put a curve on it. ♪ >> jimmy: oh, come on. how cool is this? >> that's really cool. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. my wife is going to divorce me. >> now you gotta be careful, 'cause these guys are going to be throwing their own ninja stars. >> jimmy: why? >> you're going to have to hit them in the air. right? as they throw them at you. like, this guy's going to throw it at you, so you gotta hit it. >> jimmy: no! >> if you don't hit it, you'll take some damage. >> jimmy: this is so rad. this is so rad. this is super, super fun. this is going to change everything. >> it changes everything. just like what nintendo does, right? change everything. >> jimmy: what else can you -- >> so, we've got one other experience for you. this is a game called zombie u. >> jimmy: zombie u. >> zombie u. it's a game by ubisoft. >> jimmy: people love the zombies. >> people love the zombies. >> jimmy: type in the key code. then you look at the tv. come on, reggie. i'm into this.
>> so, this is really cool. >> jimmy: i want this so bad. >> so you've got -- you've got everything you need on the gamepad. the zombies are coming for you, so you got to keep an eye out. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. this is great. >> the thing about this game is once you get bitten, you become a zombie. >> jimmy: you become a zombie? >> and then you have to go chase yourself and kill yourself to get all your ammunition back and all your stuff. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yes! that's what they love. that's what they want. >> there's one more feature to this game where literally you could see what you look like as a zombie. so we're going to zombify jimmy fallon right here. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh! [ cheers and applause ] >> zombie jimmy fallon. [ growls ] >> jimmy: you have to buy the wii u now! wow, that is super cool. look at that. oh, my gosh. creepy. [ laughter ] i love technology. reggie, this is the coolest.
i love when you bring this stuff on. >> we bring all the latest toys for you. >> jimmy: when can i get this guy? >> so, you can get this holiday of this year. holiday 2012. >> jimmy: oh, that's what i'm talking about. it's soon. [ cheers and applause ] my thanks to reggie fils-aime. wii u will be in stores in the holidays. we're getting ready to break some new world records after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] here we are. in the woods. camping together. i took you here so that you can learn to appreciate all the nature that surrounds us. [ bear growling ] there's a bear there. don't show fear. i saw that on the tv once. hey there, little buddy. i'm your friend. huh? [ laughter ] just get in the tent. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody. welcome back.
we are here with corey henderson and dan rollman, the founders of recordsetter.com, everybody. give it up. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] good to see you guys. we're about to set some brand new world records. jackie, tell everybody how record setter works. >> sure thing. record setter is the new home of world records. so, we a site that allows anybody anywhere to dream up and create brand new world records. >> jimmy: and they just send it to show proof that they did it and you -- they get a certificate. >> yeah, yeah. it's on video. you just make a video. upload it to recordsetter.com. and we will make you an official world record holder. >> jimmy: could be anything. could be, like, fast opening and closing of your laptop. >> that would be an awesome record to set. >> jimmy: yeah. that's what i'm talking about. these guys also have an awesome book out. it's called "the recordsetter book of world records." and everyone in the audience is going home with a copy tonight. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] it's rad. it's super fun. all right, let's get into our first world record. contestants, come on out. welcome. come on, guys. [ cheers and applause ] now, what are your names? what are your names and what record are you going to be setting?
>> i'm arthur. >> i'm john. >> and we're going to attempt to set the record for cheek kisses in 15 seconds. most cheek kisses. >> most cheek kisses. >> jimmy: that could be a record. >> this is going to be a brand new world category, yes. >> jimmy: it's exciting. all right, here we go. ready, set, kiss! ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: two! one! zero! >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how many kisses was that? >> yeah, a brand new world record with 53 kisses. >> jimmy: 53 kisses! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] you're the world record holders. that's awesome. thank you, guys. all right, here to attempt our second world record of the night, he is a legend of the greatest competitive eater of all time. i'm talking about the great kobayashi, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
that's what i'm talking about. kobayashi! [ cheers and applause ] you are going to be competing in the crif dog classic hot dog eating contest on the fourth of july. it's going to live stream on si.com starting at noon on the fourth. good luck, kobi. you got to take home the win. [ cheers and applause ] got to take home the win for us, buddy. all right, the record you will be setting tonight is most cocktail wieners consumed in 60 seconds. [ laughter ] you ready to do this? >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: all right, very good. questlove, can we get some cocktail wiener music? ♪ 60 seconds on the clock. ready? go! ♪ [ cheers ] ♪ ♪
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. 30 more seconds. [ cheers ] ♪ chew your food, you guys. [ laughter ] oh, my gosh. don't die, kobayashi. ♪ i'm going to kill a legend on the show tonight, please -- [ light laughter ] oh, my gosh. no one's going to touch this record. this is awesome. [ cheers and applause ] >> nine, eight! >> jimmy: seven. six. five. four. three. two. one! there you go! [ cheers and applause ] you are the greatest. >> wow. >> jimmy: you are the greatest. awesome job. how many wieners was that? [ drum roll ] >> it's a brand new record. set a world record. 54 cocktail wieners. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] the great kobayashi, everyone! thank you, my friend.
>> good to see you. >> jimmy: congratulations. thank you so much, buddy. there you go. thank you very, very much. there it is. [ applause ] don't you guys do that. [ light laughter ] our third world record tonight is fastest time for 17 people to impersonate adam sandler. [ laughter ] i'm going to start this one off, and these people in line behind me are going to keep it going. okay, 17 people. how fast can we do adam sandler? here we go. ready? >> ready? on your mark. get set. go. [ as adam sandler ] >> ha-ha-ha-ha. shut up! >> hey, shut up! >> hey, shut up! >> i need a clothespin. >> hey, why is everybody laughing at me? [ laughter ] >> hi, how you doing? how's it going. >> sloppy joe. slop, sloppy joe. [ cheers ] >> so hot. want to touch the heiney. [ laughter ] >> popeye's chicken's frickin' awesome. [ laughter ] >> conditioner is better.
>> give me some candy. >> impersonation! [ cheers ] >> jimmy: aw, very nice. ♪ very nice. wow. was that a record? >> successful. 38.56 seconds. a new world record. >> jimmy: 38.56. we did it, guys! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ great job, everybody. all right, here we go. moving on. the next record is going to be longest pop and lock air -- arm wave. okay, and this is what we're going to do. i'll start the arm wave. and it's going to travel to my right, out the doors, around the hallway -- hey, everybody, how are you doing out there? [ cheers ] you guys look great! it's going to go all the way around the hallway there. and then, it's going to come right around here and enter right through here and end right here to my left. all right, very good. you excited about this? all right, very good. [ laughter ] bruce, can we have some pop and lock arm wave music? ready, everybody? ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, welcome back. we are here with corey henderson and dan rollman, the founders of recordsetter.com. we have two more big world records to set, so, let's get into it. hey, audience, we're going to break an existing world record together. we're going to shatter it. [ cheers and applause ] it's called most people simultaneously popping balloons. now, everyone stand up. you all have a balloon. i want you to carefully take the balloon and get it positioned on your seat. we got to make this work, you guys. [ balloon pops ] [ audience ohs ] no, don't -- all right, we already lost one. we already lost one. all right, so we can still beat the record. we just can't shatter it. thanks. [ laughter ]
all right. the current world record for most people simultaneously popping balloons is 117. we're about to break it. we have 196 -- thanks a lot, buddy. [ laughter ] here we go. on the count of three, everybody sit down. one, two, three! [ balloons pop ] [ cheers and applause ] we got it! we got it! we got it! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] it's like the end of a popcorn bag -- it's like the end of a popcorn bag in the microwave where you just kind of hear a little trickling pops at the end. like, am i going to burn it? should i take it out? there it is. there's another one. you're perfect. did we get it? a new world record? >> yes we did, jimmy. >> jimmy: we have it, you guys. ♪ >> 192. 192. >> jimmy: 192. very, very good.
all right. you guys are all going to receive your recordsetter badges on the way out tonight. congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] now i'm going to attempt a big world record to close the show. it's called largest slip 'n slide toilet paper pyramid. and it's a record i hope everyone tries to break this summer. i'm going to put on my goggles here. and my helmet. what i'm going to do is i'm going to take a running start and throw myself onto the slip n slide, and then crash into that giant pyramid of toilet paper rolls. all right. let's do this. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪