tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC April 3, 2012 12:35am-1:35am PDT
[ cheers and applause ] >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents "late night with jimmy fallon" -- tonight's guests are jeff goldblum, jim breuer, chef emeril lagasse -- 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: thank you very much, everybody. i appreciate it. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. thank you for watching. thank you for being here. yesterday was april fools' day. and get this, mitt romney's staffers played a prank on him by staging a fake campaign event in an empty room. [ laughter ] or as newt gingrich put it, my staff has been playing that prank on me for six months. isn't that hilarious? [ cheers and applause ] april fools', man. hey this is nice, last week, president obama received a custom pair of new balance running shoes. yeah. new balance was also going to give a pair to joe biden, but they didn't have any with velcro. [ laughter ] the rabbit goes through the hole and -- [ laughter ] man, everybody is talking about the big lottery jackpot from this weekend. any winners out there?
[ scattered cheers ] congratulations. congratulations. [ light laughter ] it turns out that one of the three winners is a mcdonald's employee in maryland. yeah. when asked about her job at mcdonald's, she was like -- ♪ ba, da ba ba ba i'm leaving it ♪ [ laughter and applause ] i read that the odds of winning the mega millions jackpot were only one in 176 million. or as most people put it, "well, yeah. that's why i bought two tickets." [ laughter ] some tv news. nbc announced that sarah palin will be co-hosting the "today" show tomorrow. yeah. palin's gonna ask her guests some hard-hitting gotcha questions like name a newspaper. you know, things like that. [ light laughter ] did you see this over the weekend? justin bieber got slimed at the 25th annual "kids' choice awards." yeah. he looked almost as embarrassed
as me when i realized i was home on a saturday night watching the "kids' choice awards." i need to get my life together. [ laughter ] [ applause ] this isn't good, you guys. knicks point guard, jeremy lin, will miss at least six weeks because of knee surgery. it was awkward when the surgeon was like, "it's not looking good. have to take this scalpel and make a very deep lin-cision." [ laughter ] he couldn't help himself. >> steve: he had to do it. >> jimmy: he had to do it. he had to do it. [ laughter ] hey, this is cool. on saturday, the empire state building went dark for an hour to draw attention to climate change. of course, ten endangered eagles crashed into the building. but still, climate change is a -- [ laughter ] you know, when the change in climate comes -- [ laughter ] and finally, guys, tomorrow, ryan seacrest is expected to make a big announcement on the "today" show. or as his parents put it, we
knew. [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] kidding! kidding! ryan, i'm kidding. i'm sorry, ryan! we have a great show. give it up for the roots, you guys. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have a big, big show tonight. he is a gifted actor. we love catching up with him. the one and only jeff goldblum is back on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] he's good. he's on broadway. looking better than ever. super, super funny guy -- jim breuer in the house tonight. [ cheers and applause ] he always makes us laugh. he is a great, great chef. he's bringing a little new orleans to the show. emeril lagasse in the house. [ cheers ] one of the best. i love that guy. [ applause ] you know, i always say our show is lucky to have the greatest band in late night.
the roots, right there, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] but it isn't always fun and games. from time to time, we put the roots to the test. we picked people from our audience and have the roots make up songs about them on the spot. totally improvised. it's time for "freestylin' with the roots." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i love to freestyle with the roots ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, guys. thank you so much. roots, you ready to do this? >> yeah. we're ready. >> jimmy: all right. let's pick someone. who wants to do it? [ screaming ] you want to do it? [ applause ] stand up, my friend. >> i'm going to freestyle? >> what? no, you're not going to freestyle. [ laughter ] unless you want to? you want to? >> no, i don't want to do it. >> jimmy: no, okay. what is your name? >> elvi. >> jimmy: elvi? that's your initials too, probably. >> e-l-v-i. >> jimmy: l-v-i? elvi? >> e-l-v-i. >> jimmy: e-l-v-i. elvi. [ light laughter ] it's like more than one elvis? >> exactly.
>> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> yes. >> jimmy: elvi. elvi, where are you from? >> i live in hoboken. >> jimmy: hoboken. okay, very good. i could tell by the accent. [ light laughter ] where are you from? >> dominican republic. >> jimmy: dominican republic? oh man, oh man. now you are over in hoboken. that's good. [ light laughter ] look, tonight was the ncaa championship game between kansas and kentucky. who are you rooting for? >> kentucky. >> jimmy: really? [ scattered applause ] >> good answer. >> jimmy: kentucky. any reason why? >> i think that they're going to win, and i put money on the game. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, did you? elvi has a gambling problem. that's why this whole thing is an intervention. yeah. well, i hope you make some bucks on that. hey, roots, we got our pal elvi here. okay, he's from hoboken, new jersey. also from the dominican republic. yeah. and tonight was the ncaa championship. my man was going for kentucky because he's got some dough riding on the game. and he wants to win big. you guys, can you do this first song in like a '60s lounge type
of thing? like "mad men" like. that zooby zooby zoo song? [ light laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. ♪ ♪ elvi is my man from hoboken he came he said he thinks ♪ ♪ kentucky's going to win at the ncaa championship game ♪ ♪ he is also from d.r. hey, man that's pretty far he had to take a plane ♪ ♪ not a train or bus or even a car ♪ [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, buddy. let's go through here. yeah, i'll go through here. excuse me. i will walk through here. how you doing? how's it going?
how are you? >> good. >> doing good? excuse me. pardon moi. pardon me. excuse me. oh, my gosh. how you doing, buddy? i love your calvin klein ads. they're great. [ laughter ] oops, geez. i told you not to bring food in here, too. so i just stepped in someone's sandwich. how are you? okay. how are you guys doing? oops, excuse me. all right. >> no problem. >> jimmy: pardon me. i should have probably just went around, right? yeah. oh, my goodness gracious. all right. who do we got here? who wants to talk --? [ cheers ] come on over. come on over. here you go. how are you doing, pal? >> great, how are you? >> jimmy: doing great. what is your name? >> madeline. >> jimmy: madeline. okay, very good. >> like made line. thank you. >> jimmy: what? >> made line. not like with a weird y. >> jimmy: no, no. absolutely, no. made line. >> made line. >> jimmy: yeah, that's much better. but madeline, just beautiful. >> thank you. >> jimmy: madeline, have you seen "the hunger games?" >> of course. >> jimmy: yeah, you saw it? right, you dug it right? did you like it? >> yes. >> jimmy: saw "the hunger games," loved it? who's your favorite character? katniss?
>> well, katniss. >> jimmy: yeah, of course. who was all those other people in the movie. >> well, like, i guess peeta's okay, too. like team peeniss and all. that's a thing. >> jimmy: excuse me? >> like p-e-e-n-i-s-s. come on. [ laughter ] that's a thing. >> jimmy: no, no. i'm going with "the hunger games." that's in normal movie theaters not an x-rated -- [ laughter ] >> i'm sorry. >> jimmy: i don't know what -- [ laughter ] i'm not on team peeniss. i have no idea what this entire -- >> i'm very proud of you. >> jimmy: -- but, okay. very good. if you were in a big battle royale, what would be your weapon of choice, madeline? [ laughter ] >> oh. i don't know. i, like, can hide. i'd probably hide. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you could have any weapon you want, and you would like to hide? >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay. >> i'm not good with, like, things. >> jimmy: all right good. no, that makes for a longer
movie probably. [ laughter ] everyone just hides. that's not what "the hunger games" was about. >> well, i'd win that way. no one would find me. >> jimmy: no, no one would find you, yeah. well, team peeniss all the way. they couldn't find you. you never know who would find you. you guys, we have our friend, madeline here. it's made line, not that crap with the y. all right? [ laughter ] she loved "the hunger games." she loved katniss and of course, she likes team peeniss. [ laughter ] and i don't know what that means. but if there's a battle royale, and she could have any weapon of choice at all, she chooses to hide. [ laughter ] so, for this one -- for madeline, i thought, could we do, like, a hip-hop song? almost a kanye west type of song? >> wait a minute. ♪ ♪ madeline's her name madeline's her name madeline's her name madeline's her name ♪
♪ madeline she the coolest one of y'all she went to see "the hunger games" at the mall ♪ ♪ she had a battle without no weapon at all but team peeniss jimmy said hell no ♪ ♪ that's her name that's her name that's her name that's her name ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very nice. thank you very much. good moves. >> i love you. >> jimmy: i love you, too. thank you, pal. excuse me. who else wants to play? you want to play down there? let's play down there. come on. what's up? we can play. let's go. let's go. here you go. [ applause ] all right. very, very good. what is your name? >> shante. >> jimmy: shante? >> i'm nervous. >> jimmy: shante? don't be nervous, shante. >> okay, i'm sorry. >> jimmy: it's going to be good. now, i'm assuming you didn't win the mega millions jackpot, but did you? >> no. >> jimmy: okay. no neither of us did. [ laughter ] yeah. but if you -- what is your lucky number? >> 17. >> jimmy: 17? why 17? do you know? >> that's my birthday. >> jimmy: that's your birthday?
is that everyone's favorite lucky number, is always their birthday? it is mine. >> really? happy birthday. >> jimmy: no, it's not my birthday, but thank you. >> oh. >> jimmy: thank you. [ light laughter ] i appreciate that. [ laughter ] if you did -- if you did win the money, though, what would you do with it? $600 million? >> probably go somewhere and hide so nobody would find the money. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you would go and hide with somebody? >> no, no. >> jimmy: i know exactly who you can call. you can call madeline. you guys can have a blast. you want to go and hide? what do you mean? >> no, probably travel. buy a house. buy a car. >> jimmy: yeah. where do you want to go? where do you want to travel? >> fiji. >> jimmy: fiji. oh, yeah. they make great bottled water there. [ laughter ] i love it, yeah. hey, roots, we have our friend shante here. lucky number 17. and if she won the lottery she would hide over in fiji, like in a volcano or something. she would just hide. and this last one, guys do it in like an '80s pop fun, like an old madonna or something like that?
>> madonna? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. like "holiday" or one of those things? ♪ ♪ sunday was a steal you didn't win that mil but that's all right with me ♪ ♪ yeah, your number is 17 and if you were not a dream you would play hide-and-seek ♪ ♪ girl winning would be such a revelation you can get a car ♪ ♪ or hire transportation ♪ you know the rooties got the baddest freestyle ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you so much. sounds great. thank you so much. thanks to these guys. thanks to the roots. we'll be right back with more "late night," everybody. [ applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: welcome back, everybody. thank you so much for tuning in. i appreciate it, guys. be sure to tune in to "the today show" tomorrow for that sarah palin. that's going to be pretty interesting. sarah palin, ryan seacrest is a double whammy. [ laughter ] i like that. i appreciate you guys tuning in. i have a funny story to tell you. if you don't mind. this weekend, i was at the mall. [ laughter ] >> mall. that's great, man. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what's that? >> come on. mall, "late night with jimmy fallon?" i get it, man. that's hilarious. huge fan of your show, but i see where you're going with that one. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what are you talking about? what do you mean you see where i'm going with that? >> come on. mall.
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>> you know, i get it, man. i get it. you're better than me. [ laughter ] this is all i had going for me, though. i'm out of here. [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: hey, come on, man. ♪ come on back. hey. buddy, i'm sorry. i just -- [ laughter ] come on. hey. come on back. what did he say? "i'm out of here," did he say? i just didn't even hear what he said. [ audience aws ] come on back. [ laughter ] did he say, "i'm out of here"? there we go. come on back. there he is. [ cheers and applause ] hey. well, come on, man. what did he -- did he say, "i'm out of here"? i think he said, "i'm vladimir." [ laughter ] like, that's his name. i know. i was just making a joke. i'm making a goof.
come on, man. we had some good times. that was fun. think about it. remember all that fun we had? [ laughter ] there you go. there he is. he's coming back. [ cheers and applause ] there he is. come on, man. what you doing? come back and sit in your seat. oh. now, he's totally gone. [ light laughter ] oh, my god. i can see you through this. is that a window? what is that a door to? come on, man. come on back. [ light laughter ] all right. give it up for the mets bucket hat guy, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with jeff goldblum. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] this is the age of knowing what you're made of.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] jimmy: our first guest is one of the best actors of his generation. he stars in great movies and television shows. and starting tomorrow, is back on broadway starring in the critically acclaimed play "seminar." please welcome back to the show, one of our favorites, jeff goldblum! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's good. got some good moves there. >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: you're a very good dancer. you are a dancer, aren't you? of some sort? >> of some sort.
yeah, i don't know. i like to dance. i like to tap dance. >> jimmy: are you a trained dancer? >> you know, i took classes. i don't know how i would say i am at this point, but took classes. you know, what with being an actor, you take dance classes. i took all kind of classes. i danced. yeah. and then i was on -- [ laughter ] i've done broadway originally. dancing and singing in "two gents." holy cats, a long time ago. so i was singing you and dancing, that's right, professionally. yeah, you know, could i say i'm a professional dancer. [ light laughter ] you know. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hey, that's what i'm talking about. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] you got it all, man. >> that's nothing if not intrepid. >> jimmy: you got it -- oh, stop. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: "seminar," dynamite play. critics loving it, freaking out. riots in the streets. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: they want to see jeff goldblum rock it out on broadway. return -- triumphant return to broadway. >> thank you very much. yeah, i'm very excited about that. >> jimmy: this is --
what is this play about? >> "seminar" is at the golden theater on 45th and 8th. i start in it tomorrow for the first time. >> jimmy: thank you for being here tonight then. >> you're so welcome. >> jimmy: i was the jitters. the preopening night jitters? >> well, it's part -- you know, it's a whole cobb salad of it's jitters. it's part jitters and part excitement and part focus and part -- you know, i'm on the brink of -- you know, getting the -- you know, getting the play in me. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it is a very provocative play. so it has been a fantastic -- you know, i have been immersed in rehearsing this thing. but it's great. i'm only in it for only two months. so get your tickets now. >> jimmy: i thought you were going to say only -- you were in it for only two minutes. i was going to be like, "wait. what?" >> oh, no, no. >> jimmy: you're the guy. you're the guy. >> well, i don't know. there are four other great people in it. justin long is coming into it. >> jimmy: that's our guy. we love justin long. >> i love justin long. zoe lister jones. >> jimmy: that's right. this is huge. >> fantastic. and hettienne park and jerry o'connell.
>> jimmy: jerry o'connell we've had on the show. he's a good friend of the show. >> so fantastic. >> jimmy: tell both those guys i said hello. >> i will, will. >> jimmy: how's jeff been on broadway? is he freaking out? >> i don't think so. he is masterful. he's spectacular. it is going to be funny. yeah, the play is a laugh riot. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and it is fast. it only lasts an hour and a half. there's no intermission so you can be -- >> jimmy: that's my kind of play. yeah, exactly. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> it is very good. so it is funny but is also deep and sexy. you know, i'm a teacher in it. i teach creative writing. in somebody's private apartment on the upper west side there are two girls and two guys. i wind up having sex with both girls. i don't want to give anything away. >> jimmy: spoiler alert. [ laughter ] >> i don't want to give anything away. and other people are having sex with each other. it's a very sexy, orgasmic play. >> jimmy: holy moley. >> but also very deep and soulful and powerful. and everything. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: now, we had alan rickman was just here right before you. >> rickman did it before me. he's fantastic. and sam gold directed it. he's a fantastic director. and theresa rebeck, who's the creator of "smash," wrote it.
>> jimmy: oh, really? >> it's a new play. nobody had seen it before this run. yeah. >> jimmy: did you watch alan rickman and go, "oh, i might steal that move?" >> well, yeah. he is fantastic. you know, i have ideas about just making it my own, so to speak. i hope they turn out, you know. but he is fantastic, and i saw him many times and learned it. he has been spectacular and very generous. you know, so i'll do my -- >> jimmy: very powerful. very powerful british voice, deep. like that harry potter. you will die, harry potter. >> that's right. >> jimmy: like that. but it is not the fat man, but sounds like a fat, heavy voice. the normal weighted man with heavier voice. >> i love impersonations, as you know. that's fantastic. >> jimmy: thank you, yeah. >> have you been working on that a long time? >> jimmy: just right now. it just came to me. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. it's fantastic. >> jimmy: thank you, my friend. i appreciate that. you see? you always give me nice, good compliments. >> you are fantastic. >> jimmy: well, we love having you on the show. i can go anywhere with you talk about interesting things, backstage. you introduced me to your new girlfriend. by the way --
>> emily livingston. >> jimmy: congratulations. holy moley. >> thank you so much. holy moley is right. isn't she gorgeous? >> jimmy: gorgeous. >> she's absolutely gorgeous. >> jimmy: and cool. >> the coolest and most wonderful person i've ever met in my life. >> jimmy: whoa. >> she was an olympic gymnast for the team canada in the sydney 2000 olympics. she's a rhythmic gymnast. she does that ribbon, you know, and ball. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> and since then, she has been doing cirque de soleil-type contortion things and arial things. she does that thing that i know you and higgins did. you know, going from the material, you know. >> jimmy: the trapeze type of stuff? she made you take a class, a trapeze class? >> yes, and then she thought for fun -- >> jimmy: i would pay money to see jeff goldblum in a trapeze class? >> well, she took her phone and put it on as i was trying my first go at it. yeah, it was something. she was spectacular at it. >> jimmy: were you nervous at all? get up? >> yeah, i was. you know, i'm athletic. i'm fit, you know. i consider myself, you know, courageous. but, no it was a little -- it was a little bit scary. and the teachers, i think their
method is that they throw you in. you know, like they're some schools of thought, i guess -- when you're teaching swimming or anything like that -- throw them in. that was this idea. but if you have to go up -- you know what i'm talking about. you have to go up on a little, rickety leader. >> jimmy: why does it have to be that rickety? can't they just be a normal-sized ladder? >> no, no. >> jimmy: what's the big deal just going up the leader. it's clear that there is one. >> that's right, and they put you in a harness. but it's, you know -- if we were looking here, it's higher than they are there. it's at the top of "late night" up there. so you can imagine. you go here, and it has got a net in the thing. but still, within 15 minutes, you're up. they say, yeah. you're going to go up there. you're going to grab the thing and your going to start swinging. and then, you're gonna take your legs and your going to rap them against the bar. you're going to fall and hold on with your legs. and then, you're going to take it back by doing this kidn of pike position, da da da da. and then you're going to dismount with a full somersault. and fall on your back on this thing. ready? go. you know? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i would be barfing right as they're talking about that.
i mean, throwing up. >> well, in front of my new girlfriend, i wanted to be a little bit -- you know, manly. >> jimmy: yeah, of course. >> you know, rugged. you know. i'm nothing if not rugged. >> jimmy: yes. [ laughter ] especially on the trapeze. yes. >> you know, so as i'm getting up there, my legs are going a little jellyfied as i'm going up. and i'm trying to sing songs to encourage myself. but by the time i get there, there's the next one. it's like the diving board, the next lady is up there all ready. and i'm going [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: give me time you old bat. >> give me time. and they did it. you know, you've got some footage of it. but she took out her phone. you'll see, i didn't do well the first time. >> jimmy: here's jeff's first lesson on the trapeze, you guys. >> legs up. legs straight. legs up. all right. let's do it again. legs straight. legs up. good try. all right. so why don't you put your legs behind you? >> behind what? [ applause ]
>> that's terrible. >> jimmy: i'd pay money to see that. i would pay money to see you swing back and forth for an hour? >> yeah. so that's what i did. i got a little better as i went on. and then, they said now switch, now you have to dismount and grab the catcher. >> jimmy: no. >> in the air. >> jimmy: me and higgins did do something like this. we did take a lesson. but it's all about the wardrobe i found. we have a clip of me and higgins. >> i want to see this. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> there's nothing to worry about. hold him. hold him. >> got him? >> sit down. sit down. sit down. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's mine. [ laughter ] you'd pay money for that as well. >> oh, yeah. that's prime entertainment. >> jimmy: you guys, don't miss my main man, jeff goldblum in "seminar." you guys, wait, i forgot. oh, my gosh. i almost forgot. >> listen to this. >> jimmy: before you leave. jeff brought two tickets for everybody in our audience to go see "seminar"! ♪
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jimmy: you know my next guest from his years on "saturday night live." boy, is he funny! he currently hosts his own radio show, "fridays with breuer" on sirius xm's raw dog comedy channel. give it up for the hilarious jim breuer. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, buddy. great to see you, pal. how are you, man? >> what's up, man? >> jimmy: good to see you, brother. thanks for coming back to the show. >> thanks for having me. you kill when you're on my rig. kill. >> jimmy: oh, come on. we have fun. we have fun together. we talk about everything. talk about your folks. how are your folks? >> they're good. last time, i think i told you about my dad. but, you know, let me tell you something. you're doing well in your show. people out here, you're educated, and you're young. the last thing you think about
is, one day, you might have to take care of your parents. and they don't have classes like that in school. my mom is sad but lovely. she's 85. >> jimmy: wow. [ light laughter ] >> she's blind in one eye. it is tragic and funny at the same time because i got kids. and now they want to -- they're like, "ew, what's wrong with nana?" "she's okay." "no, we don't want anything to do with her. look at her. her eye is shut." >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> listen, just play hide-and-seek with her. just hide on the left side. she'll never know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's a fun game. >> it'll make her feel important if you get your thing in. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> here comes nana with her one eye. and the worst thing is, like, once -- once they -- [ laughter ] once they start -- oh, dude, you have no clue because once they can't drive -- once elderly can't drive, they are like prisoners. like, my mom, she's like a parakeet. she just stares out a window all day with her one eye waiting for something to happen.
and when the mailman comes, like, feeding time. "oh, mailman!" [ squawking like a parakeet ] "mailman! mailman!" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: mailman. >> and she starts going on the siblings. "i need prescriptions." [ squawking like a parakeet ] "haircut, thursdays. [ squawking like a parakeet ] "mailman! mailman! hide-and-seek. hide-and-seek." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my. parakeet. >> jimmy: but do you still have the time to get out? i mean, with your wife, do you go -- >> we do get to go out. i got to -- well, i don't go out a lot. once you start hitting, like, 40 -- when you go out, it's different. when you're younger, "you want to go out?" "yeah, let's go out." "let's go out." "i got a job." "who cares?" i wanna go out. when you got kids, it's an event. so the first thing you got do is lock down a babysitter, like, a month ahead of time. yeah, i need your daughter in may 12th.
and i've got "twilight" dvds and she'll -- so you've got to bribe them. so the last time i went out was about a year ago. it was september. see, now i'm a metal head. i went to a concert. >> jimmy: i know you are. we love heavy metal, yeah. >> love ozzy. ♪ my mama's got me crazy crazy crazy ♪ [ imitating ozzy ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh, yeah. >> ac/dc. ♪ for those about to rock love those guys. so, i was there for metallica. and being a metallica fan, you know -- ♪ and nothing else matters ♪ "oh, i love that song. it's not so scary." >> jimmy: have you played heavy metal music with your kids? >> i do. you know what i started -- because my kids -- my little one would get in trouble in school. and, like, "she doesn't participate.
really nice songs. we were doing 'bingo'" i'm, like, because she's got metal. she listens to dad. so i started touring. i started doing songs. and there's no metal for kids. none whatsoever. you got hip-hop for kids. you've got classical. there's no metal. and there's no reason why there shouldn't be metal for kids. >> jimmy: there should be metal for kids. >> you know, like "bingo." ♪ i knew a farmer had a dog ♪ ♪ bingo was his name-o can you give me a little -- ♪ so when i say "b," you say hey. so when i say "b," you say hey. ♪ hey hey hey bingo ♪ ♪ i knew a farmer had a dog
bingo was his name-o ♪ ♪ hey i-n-g-o hey i-n-g-o hey i-n-g-o bingo was his name-o ♪ ♪ >> thank you! >> jimmy: you guys, jim's "heavy metal comedy" tour starts this summer. "fridays with breuer" airs every friday from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on raw dog comedy on sirius xm, channel 99. jim breuer! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is one of the most famous chefs in the world. he has 13 restaurants, a ton of best-selling cookbook. and this month, he launches a new collection of cookware available exclusively at jc penney. please welcome chef emeril lagasse! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love you, brother. come on. good to see you, pal. >> good to see you, pal. >> jimmy: it's been a while. it's been a while. >> all right. we're going right to new orleans.
has anybody out there had a sazerac before? sazerac cocktail? yes? all right. well, it's the cocktail of new orleans, and it's been around since the 1800s. and we use real american rye whiskey, absinthe. and then we have two types of bitters that we are going to use. here's what we're gonna do. you got to work. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so we are going to put maybe one cube. >> jimmy: one cube of sugar, yeah. >> now, you've got to crack the ice. have you ever cracked ice before? >> jimmy: no, i have never cracked ice. >> oh, okay. well, look. so you have to kind of -- and then, that's gonna be the cube.; but we're gonna get to that in a second because what we are going do is this. ready? >> jimmy: yeah. >> a little bitters. >> jimmy: yeah, bitters. >> bitters. >> jimmy: yeah, i don't have that. >> yep, and this bitters. >> jimmy: i got to get bitters. >> yeah, bitters. here, try bitters in here. >> jimmy: yeah, what is this called? >> that's english store bitters. and this is peychaud bitters. >> jimmy: so far, this drink looks great. [ laughter ] >> now, you got to muddle it. >> jimmy: muddle it. >> you want to break the sugar up. >> jimmy: yup. >> while you're doing that, i'm gonna take the absinthe. bam! yeah, yeah.
all right. now what we're gonna do -- i'm coming back around. look at this. we are, like, dancing here. >> jimmy: yeah, this is fantastic. >> so we're gonna just sort of take the absinthe around here. now, we got to crack ice. >> jimmy: yeah. >> all right, so i learned. so, crack some ice. >> jimmy: crack some ice. >> yeah. you've got to -- no, there's an art to this. you know, this is special ice from some good friends at dutch kills. >> jimmy: like this? where is this from? >> dutch kills. >> jimmy: dutch kills? >> yes, great cocktails. we'll go there some time, you and i. it's not a snow cone. >> jimmy: i don't know what the hell -- i don't know what -- you taught me how to do it. i feel like -- good, it's ice cubes. let's go get the booze in there. >> all right. here we go. all right. let's put the booze in. >> jimmy: all right. all right. >> wry whisky. wait, use the -- [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: i meant that. i meant that. >> 1 1/2. >> jimmy: perfect, of course. >> and then another. use the -- >> jimmy: all right. very good. very good. [ laughter ] >> oh, that's good. >> jimmy: absolutely. >> now, all right. [ talking over each other ] stir it up. got to stir it really good.
>> jimmy: fantastic. >> the colored the better. [ laughter ] all right. we got that going on here. all right. >> jimmy: it smells amazing. >> wait, wait! >> jimmy: no, no. i don't know. >> you got to do this. >> jimmy: i don't know what that is. >> got to strain it in there. right, you know how to do that. all right. strain it in there. >> jimmy: all right. good. whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, wow. >> that's good. >> jimmy: oh, wait. >> i'm short changed, come on. >> sorry, i forgot yo made one. are you here, too? i'm the worst host of -- i just want to booze up myself. >> well, so you -- wait, wait, wait! >> jimmy: what? >> you got to have, like, a lemon peel. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> grapefruit would work, too. >> jimmy: okay. >> so lay your peel right on your sazerac. lay it on there. >> jimmy: like that? >> but squeeze it first. get some of the oil. oh, yeah! >> jimmy: i have high blood pressure. stop it. [ laughter ] >> you ice all over the place. geez. all right, here we go. cheers. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't know where it might land. oh, here it is. cheers. >> cheers. here's to you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my man.
>> all right. >> jimmy: you're from massachusetts originally, what brought you over to new orleans? >> well, i took over commander's palace in 1982. and i've been there ever since. love new orleans. >> jimmy: oh, you do so much for the city. and god bless you for doing that. i love that. >> barbecue shrimp. thank you. >> jimmy: and i got to ask -- [ laughter ] because after the spill and all that stuff -- and hurricane and all this -- fish, it kind of scares me. >> no. no, no, no. >> jimmy: is it fine? >> it safer than ever. >> jimmy: really? >> because there are more testing going on, jimmy, since the oil spill, than anywhere in the world. and believe me when i tell you, you know, i fish. you like to fish, right? >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. >> we'll fish. but, no, anyhow, look -- my new pan here. hold on. so we are going to -- what we do for this great dish this is like one of -- there you go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ all right. yeah, have a little more. so what we are going to do is -- >> jimmy: impressive. >> we take the --
boy, i hate to see if had whole one. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] just the table over like [ bleep ]. yeah, here we go. >> what we do is we take the shell's, we make an extraction. that's a big fancy word. >> jimmy: yes, good. >> it's like a stock, okay. so what we are going do is we're going to add a little bit of cream to this and let them start cooking. >> jimmy: okay. >> i season it with some of the essence. >> jimmy: essence of emeril. >> right. and also some black pepper, crucial. >> jimmy: yep. >> now, don't do this. okay, don't mess with the knife. >> jimmy: no, no. you've seen me with the knife. >> let me hide it. >> jimmy: get it away from me. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> let me hide it. >> jimmy: thank you. >> okay. now, some of this extraction. >> jimmy: oh, that's the extraction part. >> wait until you taste this. >> jimmy: like a fish sauce? >> yeah, yeah. you see that spoon right there? >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah, muddle it. yeah, there you go. [ laughter ] so now you muddled the shrimp. >> jimmy: muddled the shrimp. that's pretty good. oh, this is good. it smells delicious. you guys can smell this right here. [ cheers ] we're going to spin it all around, you guys. chef emeril lagasse is my main man. check out his new line of cookware at jc penney. we will be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪