tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC October 10, 2013 12:35am-1:14am EDT
[ cheers and applause ] great new york city crowd. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon", everybody. you guys feeling good tonight? [ cheers ] that's what it's all about. here's what people are talking about. of course, it's the debt ceiling, again we're talking about this and things aren't going well. in fact, during a press conference yesterday, president obama said that congress needs to raise the debt ceiling because there aren't any other quote, "rabbits in our hat." [ laughter ] plus they're still tired from their last trick where they made thousands of jobs disappear. [ laughter ] so, president obama also called on john boehner to stop coming up with excuses and hold a vote on ending the government shutdown. boehner said he would schedule a vote but he's washing his hair? [ laughter ] going to the vet? [ laughter ] there's just so much bickering with these guys. even the ones on the same side. just today senator harry reid said that he wanted to keep joe biden out of the debt ceiling negotiations because biden gives up too much to republicans. [ laughter ] when asked how he got rid of biden, reid said, "i just
pretended to throw a tennis ball." that was easy. [ laughter ] of course, the thing at the center of all this fighting is obama care. but listen to this, officials are now warning the public to look out for fake obama care websites that only exist to steal your personal information. apparently the fake sites look so similar to the real ones that people can't tell the difference. take a look at the real website. that's the real one there. now here's one of the fake sites. ♪ i can see how people get confused. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i can see how people get confused. that's almost like the real one, yeah. [ laughter ] someone is laughing out of control. it's really fun. he's almost snorting. i don't know what to do with
this guy. it's really awesome. keep doing it, i love it. i love it. welcome, welcome, welcome. have fun. that's what i'm talking about. i love it. [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] i might actually leave. i don't know what to do. i'm sorry. i won't, i won't. >> sorry, man. >> jimmy: no, it's all good. this is kind of cool. yesterday, iran's president hassan rouhani said that he wants the iranian people to stop chanting "death to america", because he think it's too harsh of a statement. then iranian people were like, "paper cuts to america? noogies to america? atomic wedgies to america?"
i want to say congrats to the boston red sox for advancing to the american league championship series last night. [ cheers and applause ] you see that game? it was a crazy game. in fact the tampa bay rays actually used nine pitchers in their loss to the -- nine, yeah. even taylor swift was like, "gee, just pick a guy and stick with him." [ laughter ] this is probably going to make you guys choke. switzerland is now considering a new law that would give every adult in the country a guaranteed $2800 a month without having to work. the united states has a program like that that, too. it's called congress. you don't have to come in to work and get paid. you're on vacation. enjoy it. beautiful fall. [ applause ] i don't know how i feel about this, but frito lay just announced that they're coming out with a new glow in the dark cheetos. [ laughter ] just in time for halloween.
glow in the dark cheetos. people are like, "are they safe to eat?" and frito lay was like, "were they ever?" [ laughter ] neon orange. some pretty big business news. there are reports that microsoft wants bill gates to return as ceo of the company when the current ceo steve ballmer leaves. that sounds good until you hear gates' best plan for fixing the company is turning it off and on again. [ laughter ] have you tried unplugging it? check this out, a starbucks over in the uk have started selling this half doughnut half muffin pastry called "the duffin", which beats the name they almost used "the muffnut." [ laughter ] "two muffnuts, please." "make that three muffnuts, please." [ laughter ] maybe? [ laughter ] this has been causing some
controversy down in texas. apparently a school in dallas is facing pressure to fire its new spanish teacher because she posed for a "playboy" two years ago. [ whistles ] this is nice. her female students are actually standing up for her. while her male students can't really stand up right now. [ laughter and applause ] give them like, five minutes. give them a couple of minutes. i don't know if you guys saw last night's episode of "19 kids and counting." you know that show is about the duggar family and their 19 children. well, the parents were playing a newly-wed game and it got a little creepy. check it out. >> what's the craziest place you and jim-bob ever had bible study? >> i don't know. i have no idea. >> in the bathtub. [ buzzer ] >> i have a waterproof bible. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that has to be the first time that both god and the devil were like, "ew." [ laughter and applause ] ew.
a new study found that 12% of the drinking water on airplanes is contaminated with bacteria. then pilots say, "well, that's why we play it safe and stick with beer. let's just land there. let's just somewhere." and finally, i don't know what's wrong with people. but a man in georgia was arrested for drunk driving this week after he crashed his car into a taco bell four times. then it got worse when he had to ask his cell mate to think outside the buns. we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots, right there. ♪ standing on a corner crying feeling like a fool for trying ♪ ♪ i don't even remember why i'm wasting all these tears on you i wish i could ♪ ♪ erase our memory cause you didn't give a damn about me oh, finally i'm through ♪ ♪ wasting all these tears on you ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. that's what i'm talking about. that is season three winner of nbc's "the voice" cassadee pope sitting in with the roots. [ cheers and applause ] welcome to the show. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: i like your album cover. i like your freckles. >> thank you. i was born with them. >> jimmy: yeah, good for you. they're not cgied on there? >> no, they're stuck there. >> jimmy: who was your coach, blake shelton? >> yeah, it was. >> jimmy: he's a good guy. >> he's funny. >> jimmy: yeah, he's drunk. >> yeah. he is. >> jimmy: but gosh, he's funny. he's a talented guy. he knows talent when he sees it. congrats. >> thank you. >> jimmy: he helped you out and you did great, buddy. [ applause ] >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: you did great buddy. that's her debut solo album, frame by frame. i forgot to mention the album title, there. it's frame by frame. look at those freckles. they are real. it came out yesterday. thanks for being here, again. we have a big show tonight. big show tonight. [ cheers and applause ]
he's a great actor. i love this guy. it's my first time meeting him, but boy, am i a fan of this guy. he has got a new film out about cbgb. it's called "cbgb." it's about the club cbgb. alan rickman is here. [ cheers and applause ] you can't beat alan rickman's voice, he has the best voice. he's like -- [ imitating alan rickman ] harry potter. harry potter. harry potter. i'm working on it. i will get a good alan rickman. yeah. plus she stars in a scary new movie "carrie," one of our favorites, chloe grace moretz is dropping by. [ cheers and applause ] "carrie" looking good. all i can say is that, if you're watching at home, you want to stick around for this musical performance. it's something -- it might be the best thing we've ever done. we just had paul mccartney on, we just had miley cyrus on. these dudes are unbelievable. they're unbelievable. you'll be going nuts.
it's the video "the fox" on youtube. you know this song? ♪ what does the fox say ♪ ring ding ding they're called ylvis. it has more than 100 million hits in the last month. it's number eight on the billboard chart. and it's about different animal sounds. except they go, "what does the fox say?" the fox doesn't have a sound. so the fox's sound is like a trance club disco. it's unbelievably funny. there will be costumes. there will be dancing. there will be lasers. [ cheers and applause ] ylvis is here tonight with the roots. [ cheers and applause ] but first, i can't believe this guy's here again. is he here again? is he still here? >> yeah, he's here. >> jimmy: i don't understand why we invite him back. you know what he does too, he's our so-called animal expert. his name is jeff musial. don't clap. [ laughter ]
it will drive me nuts if you clap for that guy. he makes me so mad. he scares me every time he's here. he threw a snake at me once. it was a rubber snake. how am i supposed to know it was a rubber snake? anyway, we invited him back in the building. i think we did. he always hugs me before the show. and he smells like he's handled animals all day. and i go, "at least change your clothes before --" anyways, he'll be bringing out a bunch of animals. we do love him. stick around for more "late night," everybody. come on. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ female announcer ] only degree antiperspirant
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody. welcome back to "late night." here once again with -- i don't know why he's back. with a variety of animals large and small, please welcome back to the show our so-called animal expert. please don't clap. here's jeff musial. ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: jeff, welcome back to our show. >> thank you, but before you go -- >> jimmy: did you just curse? [ laughter ] >> the roots, my boys. >> jimmy: no, what? they're not -- >> best band in all of hip-hop right there.
[ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: how would you know? how would you know? >> i listen to a little hip-hop. >> jimmy: what other hip-hop bands do you listen to? >> the roots. [ laughter ] that's all that matters. >> jimmy: that is all that matters, you're right. now, what is this giant bird? >> this is a yellow -- yellow headed vulture. and it's a baby, it's four months old. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> super awesome animal. they have so many neat functions. number one, he can projectile vomit up to five feet away. [ laughter ] what they do, it's a baby. so what they're doing, he's getting his wings going. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> get his footing up. this way. [ laughter ] yeah. now the other cool thing about these guys, you're okay. good boy. you're okay. [ laughter ] you ever kiss a vulture? >> jimmy: no. >> even when you went to college? >> jimmy: no, that doesn't make any sense. [ laughter ] >> these guys here, he's going to lose all his feathers. his face will go yellow and blue. >> jimmy: why? >> and they lose the feathers on the top of their head. 'cause most of the time, when they're eating, animals their head is inside a carcass. so if they get the dead animal on them, the funk.
the sun's gonna bake it off, and it scabs up and they just eat it off afterwards. [ audience groans ] >> jimmy: is that what you do before you come on our show? [ laughter ] >> i smell like that. do you see the wings? >> jimmy: do i didn't -- >> see the wings? >> jimmy: yeah. >> see the wings. >> jimmy: thank you very much. [ laughter ] >> they're big wings on this bird. >> jimmy: i appreciate that. >> six-foot wing span. >> jimmy: is that right? >> sorry about that. i'm sorry. >> jimmy: no, you're not sorry. [ laughter ] >> to keep themselves cool, this is pretty awesome too. if you ever go anywhere in the summer, it gets hot out. keep yourself cool, take after a vulture and just poop on your feet. >> jimmy: thank you jeff. [ laughter ] >> no problem. fun animal fact. >> jimmy: what else did you -- it looks like he just pooped on our chair. >> he did poop on our chair. sorry. >> jimmy: thank you. wanted keep our chair cool. thank you buddy, i appreciate that. [ laughter ] you brought this guy back again too. >> he's married now, you know. listen, congratulations. >> jimmy: yes, thank you. >> on your baby. >> jimmy: i do have a baby. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> my kids are backstage. >> jimmy: they're very cute, your kids. >> thank you very much. they take after my wife, not this. >> jimmy: oh, no. please. >> but they wanted to give you something. you know? so i was like all right. they were like, "oh we made this." they were like we want to give it to jimmy fallon, but backstage they're embarrassed.
it's so cute. i mean, your daughter's gonna love it. it's incredible. but in order to get it to work you got to pull it open. you can't just open it. you gotta slide open. it's so cool. [ laughter ] watch, just slide it. grab this. this hand and just slide. >> jimmy: just slide it? >> yep. [ shout ] [ laughter ] do it again. >> jimmy: no, what? what was it? >> spider! [ laughter and applause ] now -- that was terrible. that was terrible. >> jimmy: no it was not terrible. >> it's the way you opened the box. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. >> this is incredible. >> jimmy: what is this guy? >> this, put gloves on. put those gloves on. >> jimmy: what, all right. >> leather gloves. these, put these on. >> jimmy: okay. all right. >> hurry up. don't drop stuff there. put that on, just hurry. >> jimmy: stop yelling at me, jeff. [ laughter ] >> sorry. this is called a caiman lizard. years ago they were hunted almost to extinction for their skin, for crocodile shoes and things like that. and they're a pretty awesome animal. what i'm going to have you do is, you're going to hold him just like this. >> jimmy: okay. >> there you go. hold him, talk about him. now these --
they didn't even get the metal welder's gloves. they're fine. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why am i holding it? >> just hold it, don't move. you got him in a good position. [ laughter ] their jaw pressure, they crush snail shells flawless. so human bones are nothing. they'll crush right through your fingers. >> jimmy: why am i holding this thing? [ laughter ] >> they were supposed to get the metal gloves but they just got leather, so you'll be fine. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait, so -- >> just don't move. don't get close, and don't look him in the eye. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how do i not look him in the eye? it's very hard. >> they have a big tongue. they're gonna flick the tongue to smell the air. they flick the tongue, smell the air. picks up, it's called their jacobson's organ. goes up in there, lets them know what's going on around them, food, water, what have you. pretty awesome, right? >> jimmy: no, yeah. what do you feed this guy? >> snails. we get snails from this place called the xi wa supermarket. boiled snail meat. [ laughter ] people eat it. >> jimmy: escargot? >> escargot kind of. and that's what they eat. >> jimmy: no way. >> super wild. and they'll sit up in the wild in the branches in peru, when animals come, they'll dive in the water and swim with that big
powerful tail right here. >> jimmy: don't move him like this, jeff. [ laughter ] do you want to just take him? >> sure. >> jimmy: thank you buddy, i appreciate it. >> no problem. you got him? >> jimmy: yeah. >> okay. >> jimmy: no, you have him. >> i got him. you got him? >> jimmy: no you have to have him. >> i got him. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm giving him to you. what do you mean you got him? >> sorry. [ laughter ] sorry. now, the next animal i have for you. >> jimmy: what do you have? >> this is incredible. wait till you see her. she is beautiful. [ audience ohs ] this is a cougar. >> jimmy: what is this? >> mountain lion, cougar, puma, mountain lion, catamount, screamer. they're awesome. this is one of the largest cats in the united states. her name's nikita. nikita, once she gets bigger, she'll be 125 pounds. right? >> jimmy: oh my god. >> they can carry something three times their weight up into a tree. so, a 375-pound man, she'll carry him up into a tree. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> isn't that incredible? look at those claws. huge claws. >> jimmy: yeah. >> look at those, retractable. >> jay: oh my gosh. why -- we should cut them or something right? >> we don't cut them. and we don't remove their teeth. she likes to tenderize the meat first. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's amazing.
look at the paws on that thing. >> super beautiful. she's going to get big. she's losing those spots and those stripes. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so she's just going to blend in and look like a big cougar pretty soon. >> jimmy: that's a beautiful, beautiful animal, oh my gosh. that's amazing, jeff. >> thank you for the purse. thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: aw. that's, oh wow. >> so good. and they are just one of my favorite cats in the entire world. there was a newspaper article that came out that said that eastern cougars are extinct. there are still a western cougars. south american florida panther cougars down there. but the eastern cougars are extinct except for the divorced moms in jersey. [ laughter ] [ audience groans ] >> jimmy: very nice, jeff. that's very good. >> connecticut? jersey? >> jimmy: you nailed it. great job. >> thank you. thank you. but yeah, she's just of my favorite cats. she can jump from a standstill 40 feet out. or 18 feet straight up into a tree. >> jimmy: holy mackerel. that is just amazing. >> incredible. very-very secretive, elusive cat. one of my favorites. >> jimmy: she loves you. she loves you. >> she's a good girl. >> jimmy: all right, cool. what else you got for us here, jeff? >> i'm going to move on to the next animal. this is incredible. i need to you put that bag right around your neck there.
>> jimmy: get the cougar out. she's staring at me. >> now put that bag around your neck. >> jimmy: he was staring at me too. i don't like him. >> you got to watch for that guy. >> jimmy: what do i do with this guy? >> put that around your neck. >> jimmy: all right, like this? >> yep, perfect. >> jmy: like this? >> like that, good. now, come over here, and walk around the front here. and what i need you to do is -- through you go. [ audience aws ] you're going to act like a mother kangaroo. so, i need to you kind of kneel down over here. >> jimmy: you're making me look silly. >> let me tell you something about a kangaroo. this is what's amazing. you thought you had a good mom, right? >> jimmy: yeah. >> when you were a kid, you go potty in your diaper, mom would bust out the baby wipes. clean this off. what's your dad's name? jim sr.? jim! take him outside. right? hose him off! screming, she's got the baby wipes. >> jimmy: my mom would never do that. [ laughter ] >> exactly, but listen. if your mom was a real mom. the best mom in the world like a kangaroo's mom, she would clean your diaper and your bottom with her tongue. [ audience groans ] that's a real mom. >> jimmy: mom, change the channel if you're watching. [ laughter ] >> sticks her head in there. cleans it all out and then swallow it so predators don't pick up the scent of a baby. >> jimmy: is that right?
>> yeah, it's amazing. i don't want to do that. so we give him elmo diapies. [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: aww. that's pretty cute. >> isn't that cool? you have a baby now, you can probably change a kangaroo's diaper. >> jimmy: absolutely yeah. i think i probably could. >> now kind of scoot down like that. stand back there by your desk. get down kind of on your knees. perfect. and hold that pouch open. i'll see if tucker here will come over and say hello. come here, tucker. this way, come here. [ audience aws ] now mom would move over towards the baby, so move over. come on, you're slacking. [ laughter ] and then she'd move over like this and then she'd go like this and whoop. there you go, now you can stand right up. [ laughter and applause ] you are like a perfect kangaroo mom. isn't that cool? [ applause ] >> jimmy: does that seem right? >> yeah, you're fine. >> jimmy: doesn't seem right. >> you're fine. [ laughter and applause ] totally fine. >> jimmy: doesn't seem right at all. >> no, it's fine. she's going the adjust herself -- she's going to adjust herself -- himself, it's a boy. hang on. yep, it's a boy. i was checking for the pouch. only girl kangaroos have a pouch. boy kangaroos don't have pouches.
>> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. because mom's always taking care of the babies. dads usually at a bills game or golfing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's true, that's true. i read your memoir. in is great. [ laughter ] this is amazing jeff. thank you so much, what do i do now? i give it to you? >> yeah, i'm going to grab this real quick. give this to andy here. >> jimmy: thank you, andy. >> thanks ans dog. >> jimmy: ans dog? >> what i need you to do is we're going to play a fun game. don't go anywhere. stand right here. you have a baby now, so i can't do anything really stupid. [ laughter ] but we're going to play a game. >> jimmy: wait. [ laughter ] >> no, no, it's cool. we'll play a game called blackout. before you go out, tap me. before you totally pass out. [ laughter ] put your hands like this. don't move. close your eyes! no peeking. this is going to be awesome! [ laughter ] now, this girl, we found her in somebody's bathtub. >> jimmy: jeff, don't do something weird. >> and i'm not! [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: don't do something weird to me. >> no, you're not. just keep looking -- >> jimmy: don't do something weird. >> no, just hanging out. >> jimmy: the audience is not reacting nice right now. [ laughter ] >> see the big -- hang on.
well, don't move. [ laughter ] [ shocked reactions ] okay, open your eyes. >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> surprise! >> jimmy: oh my god. >> hold the tail. hold this part. >> jimmy: what is this? >> a red tail boa constrictor. >> jimmy: oh my god. >> her name is juliana squeezer. and they're found -- choke up on it. >> jimmy: i am choking on it. >> i'm talking to her. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: don't make this -- >> they are constrictors, so they squeeze their prey. >> jimmy: thank you. >> they get tighter and tighter. once the animal stops moving, they swallow it whole. this is where we're gonna play the game blackout. you start losing it, start seeing lights. tap me and i'll get her off. >> jimmy: no, no. jeff, it's always good to see you. [ laughter ] >> it's gonna be cool. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. our thanks to jeff musial and his animals. you have to leave. [ cheers and applause ] alan rickman joins us next. see you after the break everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ psst! hey, dad. we're all tied up. really?!
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"potentially radical intrusion into domestic, family and individual decision-making" why is ken cuccinelli interfering in our private lives? he's focused on his own agenda. not us. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is an emmy and golden globe award winning actor whose latest film "cbgb" opens in theaters friday. please welcome alan rickman, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome to the show. alan rickman. >> thank you very much. that guy needs help with his confidence. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he needs help. he just need help in general. in general he just needs help. i love your voice. >> oh.
>> jimmy: i wish you could just do my outgoing message. "jimmy's not here right now." [ laughter ] >> see, that reminds me of a drama school teacher who said, alan, your voice sounds like it's coming out the back end of a drain pipe. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what a great teacher, really. how nice. >> if i pick up the phone people say, did i just wake you up? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, it's a great voice. oh my gosh. you've been in over 40 movies. i was doing some research on you. i know, it's surprising. but the first time i remember seeing you, you were hans gruber in "die hard." [ cheers and applause ] that's what i'm talking about. bruce willis is in the building, by the way. should stop and see him. >>"in" the building? in the building. >> jimmy: in the building, yeah. you can't be in the building with bruce willis, i'm afraid. everyone evacuate. let's get out of here. [ laughter ] there you are here. hans gruber. this is your first movie role? >> it was, yeah. >> jimmy: there you go. you are a stud. [ cheers and applause ]
you are a stud. >> it's hard to believe we're talking about a film that was made 25 years ago. >> jimmy: was that 25 years ago? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that sounds crazy to me. >> i know. >> jimmy: but you've done before this you did theater, yes? >> theater and i'd done six months in new york in a play. then i got two weeks to go to hollywood to see if they're interested. >> jimmy: is that right? because you couldn't afford it? 'cause you had no money, or what? >> i was poor and stupid. >> jimmy: yeah. >> jimmy: now you're rich and stupid, it's great. [ laughter and applause ] me, too, me too. >> it's a trade off. >> jimmy: it's a trade off. but you have -- you're amazing in this. i love this story because it's your first movie so you want to do everything you can. so you end up doing all your own stunts. which you shouldn't do that. you know that now. >> this is before cgi came along. so you didn't have any choice. >> jimmy: you should get like a stuntman to do it. then use the back of your head or something. >> yeah, what you don't know is trouble is going to stalk you. because my very first scene on that film --
and it's my first film ever. involved me crawling along a ledge and poking around in some wires pretending like i knew what i was doing, then having to jump down from the ledge which was about as high as the desk on to the floor. >> jimmy: that's not that bad of a stunt. >> not too difficult. however, we got the scene, but on one of the takes i heard this sound. [ crack ] in my knee. and, i thought, "uh-oh, we're in trouble." so, fast forward to the hospital. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no. oh, my gosh, your first gig. >> my first scene. >> jimmy: you're a troublemaker. >> i haven't even said any lines. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. you jumped off a desk. >> except ouch. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that counts, yeah. >> so then i'm in the hospital. they say, okay, well you've either torn a ligament or cartilage. if you've torn a ligament you're out of action for six months. we won't know about the cartilage until tomorrow, because we have to draw fluid off your knee.
boring details. what we need to do is to put a leg brace on your leg and you must not put any weight on your leg for the rest of the night. >> jimmy: what a great villain. if he had a cast on his leg. "i'm coming to get you now." "what's that?" [ laughter ] yes, very nice. limping towards him. >> that's what i was thinking. i said to them, just kind of attack of survival instinct. i said, listen i still have a scene to shoot. could you put my trousers over the leg brace please? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you have a very fat leg in the movie? >> fat leg. so, i'm going up in the elevator. the elevator's doors open, i'm on crutches because they told me not to put weight on this leg. there is a producer standing there. and he says, "could we lose the crutches for this next scene?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: exactly you're the villain, your the main guy. >> the next scene is where he pretends to be an american and fool bruce willis. so, if you ever watch that film again, and there's almost no escape. [ laughter ]
i'm playing that scene standing on one leg. >> jimmy: is that right? that's what i'm talking about. [ cheers and applause ] that's commitment. any kid studying acting can learn from the master. that's great. that's good to know. i love that story. let's talk about "cbgb." >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'm so excited about this movie. i loved "cbgb." of course it's now closed. >> you went? >> jimmy: i went once. it's so not a punk rock story. i went to go see rufus wainwright at cbgb. [ laughter ] >> different kind of punk. >> jimmy: different kind of punk. yeah, exactly. but it was great, and i loved it. it's a dirty, dingy really rock 'n' roll -- it smelled of rock 'n' roll and stale beer and smoke and just everything. >> and other stuff. >> jimmy: and other stuff as well. [ laughter ] yeah, let's not get too descript. but you play the owner. >> hilly kristal, yeah. kind of a hero because, i don't know if anybody knows, but cbgb stands for country bluegrass blues. >> jimmy: country bar wasn't it? >> that's what he wanted it to be, but country music was never played there.
>> jimmy: oops. >> he was like stenciling -- in the movie, stenciling the letters on the awning and along came, in the movie and probably in truth, television. not that, the band television. >> jimmy: yes, the band television. >> and so he became the godfather of punk because he -- heroically he said these kids have something to say and we should listen. >> jimmy: i mean, its' amazing. i mena, launched the careers of blondie, the ramones, the police. >> dead boys. police. >> jimmy: dead boys, we have a clip here. i think this is the first time hearing the police are auditions for you at cbgb. here is alan rickman in "cbgb." take a look. >> thank you, sir. it's an honor to be here. >> you play too loud, i'm walking out. >> guys, any time? ♪ ♪
♪ roxanne ♪ you don't have to put on the red light ♪ >> gonna be the same thing. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's so fun. you got it exactly. it's a great set. did you shoot it there? >> we shot it in savannah of all places. >> jimmy: is that right? yeah, it doesn't exist any more, i think it's a clothing store. >> it's a clothing store. >> jimmy: that looks amazing. i cannot wait to see it. alan rickman, it's a pleasure meeting you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: "cbgb" opens in theaters friday. chloe grace moretz joins us next. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hey! why didn't you get me from the hospital? hey pumpkin bear - something happen? i sent you like... a 100 texts. jerk!
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