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>> steve: from studio 6a 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 ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: welcome, everybody! whoo! welcome! it's a hot crowd. [ cheers and applause ] we got a hot crowd in here. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." are you guys feeling good, huh? [ cheers and applause ] welcome to our show. what a fun show we have tonight. a lot of my favorite people here tonight. going to be a great show. thank you for being here. thank you for tuning in. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," you guys. it is gonna be fun. [ cheers and applause ] have a good time. have a good time. here who is not having a good time, this guy trey radel, have you heard about this? he is a congressman from florida and he just announced that he is taking a leave of absence after he was charged with cocaine possession. yeah. he is saying he is stepping down because he wants to respect the honor of the office he was voted into. and then people standing next to mayor rob ford were like -- [ clearing throat ] [ laughter and applause ]
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crazy, right? we love this guy, rob ford. he has been so good to us. [ laughter ] a lot of comedy from this guy. he is not going away. in fact in a new interview, toronto mayor rob ford says he hopes to run for prime minister of canada one day. [ laughter ] in fact, he has already started working on some campaign slogans. here's his first one. rob ford, i'm out of control so you don't have to be. [ laughter and applause ] reassuring? i appreciate that. here is another slogan he is using. rob ford making canada seem interesting. [ laughter and applause ] that's a little hard on canada, but -- >> steve: it was something. >> jimmy: yeah. and here's his last one, rob ford, gimme liberty or give me meth. [ laughter and applause ] that's the way to do it. rob ford, his slogans, i like it. one of the other big stories in politics this week is president obama, he had to come out and apologize to america and admits that obama care is not working.
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it's mess. it's a complete mess. so i was kind of surprised, but a new cbs poll came out found that 7% of americans actually think obama care is fine the way it is. in a related poll, 100% of cbs researchers do not understand sarcasm. [ laughter and applause ] obama care's great. oh, i love it. you love it? yeah. i love it. i want to eat it for breakfast. [ laughter ] okay. want to eat it for breakfast. >> steve: that's odd. >> jimmy: listen to this a new study from the faa revealed that most commercial airline pilots rely too much on autopilot and have trouble manually flying planes. then they were like, "oh, enjoy your holiday traveling, everyone. take care. [ light laughter ] where's the takeoff button? what does this thing do?" [ applause ] speaking of the holidays, this is on a lot of people's wish list, the new playstation 4. i played it. it's great. but listen to this, prince william just said that he wants to get a playstation 4 but isn't
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sure if kate will let him. [ light laughter ] what is she gonna do leave him? [ laughter ] i love being royalty and everything, but i've had it with these video games. it's over. [ laughter ] [ applause ] just play video games. she's not gonna leave. it's all good. i thought this was kind of interesting. a new study found that a compound in some fruits could help cure meth addiction. which explains why rob ford just ordered 1,000 edible arrangements. [ laughter ] i'm gonna have that cantelope flower. [ laughter ] beautiful. >> steve: gorgeous. >> jimmy: get this, there's apparently a new dating site that let's people rent out their spare bedrooms to potential dates. people are calling it fun, creative and a future episode of "law & order." [ law and order chime ] [ laughter and applause ] lock works pretty good, doesn't it?
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[ laughter ] here's a good story about someone doing the right thing for a change. apparently, there was this man in connecticut who recently bought a desk on craigslist that still had $98,000 in cash inside of it. then he returned the money to its original owner. yeah. that's pretty stupid to leave that much money in a desk. not as stupid as returning it, but still, the point is -- [ laughter and applause ] i wouldn't have done it. i wouldn't have said anything. i would have sent the desk back. [ laughter ] there's a scratch on the desk. you owe me $500 shipping. [ laughter ] shipping and handling -- all my distress, you owe me $1,000. >> steve: hey i found $3,000. >> jimmy: return that money. i found 5 grand in your desk. [ laughter ] just buy a gold desk, with the $93,000. check this out. the french carmaker, renault, just came out with a new feature that will turn off your car's battery if you forget to make a payment.
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it's all part of their new slogan, renault, you should buy a different car. [ laughter and applause ] brand new? turned my battery off. this isn't good. a new report found that the pentagon can't account for $8.5 trillion in taxpayer money it has received since 1996. which got worse when they realized they just left it in an old desk they sold on craigslist. [ laughter and applause ] this is interesting, a new study found that taking music lessons as a child can make you smarter. while taking music lessons as an adult can just make you seem desperate. getting into saxophone, guys. gimme my sunglasses. [ laughter ] ♪
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[ laughter ] whoa! back to you. ♪ [ laughter ] whoa! too late. too late. too late. i beat you. >> steve: you still had the sunglasses on. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. always got the sunglasses on. [ laughter ] now, why not? whoa! ♪ [ laughter and applause ] oh. >> let the man play. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry about that. [ laughter ] ♪ i'm gonna get through this, but "all my children," one of my favorite soap operas is now -- [ laughter ] what?
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>> steve: you talking about one of your favorite soaps. you watch them 24/6. >> jimmy: a lot of you guys know about this, but one of my favorite soap operas, "all my children," i do love that is online, but was canceled last week. [ audience awes ] like a lot of people, i'm looking for a new soap to follow. i love my "general hospital." [ applause ] yeah. the nurses ball. you know what i'm talking about? >> steve: yeah! >> jimmy: but i gotta say, even for a soap opera, they really milked people's reaction to big news. check out this courtroom scene. >> i did awful things but does not make me an unfit mother. >> what about the fact that you're a murderer? [ dramatic music plays ] [ laughter ]
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>> i think we get the point. >> jimmy: yeah i think we do, too. [ laughter and applause ] >> yeah. ♪ >> jimmy: take a drink! >> steve: take a drink! ♪ >> jimmy: higgins! ♪ >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: come on, pick it up there! come on! [ applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: he's gonna go through the whole thing man. >> come on sax hog. ♪ >> jimmy: i caught it. it's safe. i got to put it away. [ laughter ] >> close it up. that's an order.
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>> jimmy: hot saxophone. hot saxophone. weren't you in that movie in the '80s? >> steve: i was. i was hot sax, one and two. >> jimmy: oh, good. [ light laughter ] >> talk about your soaps more or no? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: soap. soap. soap. soap. soap. soap. soap. soap. soap. that's what i'm doing. >> what are you doing? >> jimmy: i'm just playing a few bars. [ laughter ] ♪ >> steve: oh! ce-lo? you got ce-lo? >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] [ laughter ] >> questlove: you play that at
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the marcy projects or something? >> jimmy: i'm playing ce-lo man. >> steve: what did you say? >> jimmy: well, hey, everybody it is week 12 -- [ laughter ] of the nfl season and this sunday night, we've got the new england patriots taking on the denver broncos! oh, boy. [ cheers and applause ] gonna be a good one. now, every year, tend of the season they give out awards like most valuable player. they also give out awards during the season, sort of like the ones in high school yearbooks, like most likely to succeed, class clown, stuff like that. so with that in mind, it's time for "late night" superlatives. let's go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: our first player is brock osweiler. he's a backup quarterback for the denver broncos. he was voted most likely to be on team edward. [ laughter and applause ] easy choice for him.
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next up from the broncos is wide receiver wes welker. he was voted most likely to say, "oh, no she didn't," when the other team scores. [ laughter ] she did not just score those points." next from the new england patriots, logan mankins voted drunkest guy at the picnic. [ laughter ] here is your jell-o shot. i'm jell-o -- you're the jell-o shot. [ laughter ] can we see him again? i wanna see that guy again. you're the jell-o shot. next one, the broncos, we have briton colquitt. he was voted most hit on by lesbians. [ laughter and applause ] he loves the ladies, the ladies love him. >> win/win. >> jimmy: win/win. next on the patriot, we have ryan allen, voted most likely to have just graduated to gerber stage 3. [ laughter ] isn't he a cute little kid? beautiful little boy. next from the broncos is star quarterback, peyton manning.
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[ cheers ] he was voted most likely to look like a fun house mirror image of himself. [ laughter ] from the patriots, we have sebastian volmer. he was voted most likely to be called for depressing the passer. [ laughter ] okay, buddy? i hate football. [ laughter ] next up from the patriots, we have logan ryan. he was voted least black name. [ laughter ] hi, logan ryan. how are ya? hi. logan ryan. also from the patriots, matthew slater. voted the second least black man -- [ laughter ] hey, matthew slater. pleasure, nice to meet you. here's another patriot, julian edleman. he was voted biggest little rascal. [ laughter ]
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i remember him. i remember him. and finally, from the broncos, we have chris cooper. he was voted most sober rob ford. there you go. there are your nfl superlatives. [ cheers and applause ] we have a great show to give it up! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: we have a great show tonight. oh, one of my favorite comediennes is on the show tonight. she is so funny and so awesome. we love her so much. she has a new hbo comedy special, sarah silverman is here. [ cheers and applause ] just the best. just the best. plus we love this guy's great singer, great actor around the real sexiest man alive, from the "hunger games: catching fire," lenny kravitz is dropping by! [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, yeah.
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>> jimmy: and he is the executive chef of one of my favorite restaurant us in the world, grammercy tavern. he has a brand new book, "the grammercy tavern cookbook." i'll be cooking with chef michael anthony on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] he will make everything great. oh, you guys, today's friday, and naturally, we want to catch one some personal stuff, i check my inbox, return some e-mails, and of course, send out thank you notes. [ cheers and applause ] running a bit behind today so i thought if you guys wouldn't mind, i would like to write out my weekly thank you notes now. do you mind if i write it out? [ cheers and applause ] james, can i get you some thank you note-writing music, please? ♪ [ laughter ] he's playing in the game this sunday? he looks pretty depressed. >> steve: was that a tear running down his cheek? >> jimmy: really sad. >> steve: oh, what happened? [ laughter ]
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he looks so sad. look how sad he looks. >> jimmy: sad. really sad. >> steve: you look so sad. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, butterball, for announcing that there's a shortage of large turkeys in the u.s. clearly, you haven't looked in canada. [ laughter and applause ] that's the best picture. best picture of anyone in the whole wide world. >> steve: greatest picture. >> jimmy: greatest picture ever. >> steve: if would you do that for a comedy sketch, would go come on that's too much. >> jimmy: that's real photo. >> yeah. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, thanksgiving traffic. on one hand, you're annoying. the other hand, every minute i spend stuck in you is one less minute i spend stuck with my family. so, thank you, holiday traffic. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ thank you, peacocks, for being turkeys that came out of the closet. [ laughter and applause ]
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thanksgiving is a very kind holiday. you know what? i encourage any -- >> steve: any time is the right time. >> jimmy: any turkey that wants to do it this thanksgiving, go for it. ♪ thank you, clear my history button, for being a dramatic way to say, "erase porn." [ laughter and applause ] >> hot sax, yeah. >> jimmy: hot sax 2. "electric boogaloo." you saw that one. >> yeah. ♪ >> steve: oh, go jimmy. go jimmy. [ laughter ] teacher by day. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, sport coat, for being a really bad coat to wear while playing a sport. [ laughter ] just awful. you look smart though. >> steve: looks good. >> jimmy: yeah. ♪ thank you, adults who keep a shelf of stuffed animals, for
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being a perfect way to say, "i'm probably going to murder you." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: they don't like you. >> jimmy: i like you, but they don't. >> steve: and they are the ones telling me -- he plays the saxaphone. he's a teacher by day, plays the sax at night. >> jimmy: that was sax 2. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, the nub at the bottom of a banana, or as i like to call you, the banaynas. [ laughter ] >> steve: you like to call them that? >> jimmy: no, i don't. [ light laughter ] misquote. >> steve: oh, it was a misquote because it sounded like you like to call them that. >> jimmy: no, i don't. >> steve: hold on, i'll shut up. ready? ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, toronto mayor, rob ford, for saying that you're gonna quit drinking. wait, no more beer for the rest
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of your life. what are you, on crack? [ laughter and applause ] those are my thank you notes. we will be right back with more "late night"! remember on "late night" when you're here, you're family. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you can take a kit kat break
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. thank you for being here. our first guest is a very, very funny -- she is our favorite, emmy award winning comedienne whose first hbo comedy special, "we are miracles." look at this, it premieres morrow night at 10 p.m. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome sarah silverman! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i believe in miracles where you from you sexy thing ♪ ♪ i believe in miracles since you came along you sexy thing ♪ >> oh my gosh. thank you. i am a sexy thing. >> jimmy: yes, you are the sexy thing. absolutely. you look beautiful. welcome back to the show. >> feels like a second skin. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how you doing, gorgeous?
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i love this poster for your comedy special there. "we are miracles" is just awesome. >> you know they're molecules. >> jimmy: a-ha. i didn't even -- >> that's a little hidden meaning. >> jimmy: a little easter egg there. i love it, i cannot wait it is tomorrow night, 10 p.m. i will be watching. but recently, i was just talking to you backstage, you hosted a -- was it a charity fundraiser with jim gaffigan? >> yes, you know jim, right? >> jimmy: love. oh, my god, he's hilarious. great guy. >> i just wish he wouldn't work so blue. >> jimmy: he's so filthy. he's one of the cleanest guys. >> it's nice that you can do comedy clean and not have to be so dirty. >> jimmy: yeah. thank you. finally. >> um, yeah, we did -- we both were comedians at the fundraiser. >> jimmy: do a lot of fundraisers? >> i do so many fundraisers, i need a fundraiser. >> jimmy: that's how many you do, yeah? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what are they like? >> well, you know, i agree to do it and i never know what it's gonna be, if it's gonna be like super low-fi or fancy or what. and i get there and it's so
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many -- i get on the stage and it's just like ridiculous amount of celebrities. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> and like right in front of me is mel gibson. like in the audience, you know. and i'm like, stay the course. >> jimmy: yep. >> you know, as a comedian, when you see stiff that's stimulating your eyes, you want to go in and talk about it, but you only have a certain amount of time and you don't want to -- you want to stay the course and remember you're there for a cause and -- >> jimmy: yes. >> you know, it's not about you. so, you know, i did a couple jewy jokes and then i did like -- [ laughter ] you know, i mean, i have no religion, but i lean on it comedically. [ laughter ] and i did a couple of jewy jokes and each time i kind of look and just see -- because it's -- he is in a sticky situation. if he doesn't laugh at all, that's mean. >> jimmy: yeah. >> if he laughs too much, that's weird. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. yeah. you don't want him laughing not laughing. >> to his credit, he laughed
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just the right amount. >> jimmy: oh, did he really? oh, good for mel. >> yeah, very good. >> jimmy: now, these fundraisers, i have to ask, because i've never done -- never thrown one. >> right. you were never involved -- you always say no across the board, right? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you so much. yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] i never host them, but i was wondering, do you host, do they make you also donate money to the cause? >> you think giving your wares would be enough, right? and it probably would be, but i was -- >> jimmy: giving your wares. >> sitting to watch rest of the show and then they go, we're just gonna -- so many celebrities here, we're just gonna auction anything off. i want you to just raise your hand and give money. and they are like, big movie stars going like $25,000. $20,000. and i'm like, i'm like getting lower and lower in my seat. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> i -- you know, i -- one magazine subscription. [ laughter ] not that i don't want to give. i give. i give. just like it was just kind of
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brutal. i don't have -- all right. anyway -- freaking jim gaffigan -- >> jimmy: yeah, nicest guy in the world. >> $5,000. i wanted to kill him. >> jimmy: he said 5,000? >> he donates $5,000. well you know now everyone is now looking at me. >> jimmy: who is co-hosting the whole thing. >> i'm like -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're grunting. >> i didn't even realize my face. i was like -- and they are like, sarah silverman? and i'm like, $5,000. and then they started laughing because i guess i really was like so mad. [ laughter ] i was like, i don't have the money you have. [ laughter ] and then a bell, a light bulb went on over my head and i was like, my $5,000 will be paid for by mel. and -- >> jimmy: mel gibson? >> he did, he paid for it. >> jimmy: no? >> yeah. >> jimmy: mel gibson did that? [ applause ] oh, great. >> so hey. >> jimmy: not bad. >> a couple of anti-semitic barbs. bygones.
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>> jimmy: that's it, bygones. so, "we are miracles," you did this hbo comedy special, your first one. >> let's do it qvc style. >> jimmy: okay, good. >> this is a really great special. >> jimmy: we're almost out of these. [ laughter ] we are almost out of these. >> it's a really fun special. >> jimmy: we only have 300 more. >> oh wow, yeah. >> jimmy: what's that, carl? yeah, we are almost out of these. [ laughter ] we have 300 -- >> 300 callers. we've got a chimpanzee. >> jimmy: you could use it as a coaster and people can put their drinks on it, stuff like that, and we are almost out of these. [ laughter ] i like you, of course, you're the funniest person ever, but you always do something a little different, that kind of -- i don't want to say trendsetter, but you always do something like, that's cool, i have never seen that before. and this thing, you think hbo comedy special, you think stadium, madison square garden, a college, like people, sarah silverman. you come out this has almost like 39 people? >> exactly right, jim. >> jimmy: in the audience? >> yes, 39 people in the
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audience. >> jimmy: what? >> when you think intimate crowd, that's like 300. >> jimmy: yeah. >> or even this studio audience is what? >> jimmy: this is an intimate crowd and the best crowd, i must say. [ cheers and applause ] we only have 100 more -- it came out cool. and it was neat, it's so intimate. hopefully you feel like a fly on a wall in a really small, intimate club. >> jimmy: largo's been around for awhile, so you can feel like you're in largo, which is a really cool club to see comedy. i want to show a clip. here's sarah silverman in her hbo comedy special "we are miracles." take a look. >> i want to think of something smart to say or a question to ask i was like, senator obama, um, when you were a student in boston, did you ever encounter any racism? and i'll never forget what he said. he said, um -- he said, i'm kanye west. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: more with sarah silverman when we get back everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] it's back! and applebee's spirited cuisine has two delicious new entrees: chicken & shrimp tequila tango and marsala mushroom sirloin. crafted with a touch of tequila, wine, and whiskey by our highly skilled show-offs -- i mean... [ clears throat ] chefs. ok, so cooking down the alcohol releases deep, rich flavor and apparently your inhibitions. hmm, impressive! but are you really going to do this every time we have new dishes? applebee's spirited cuisine menu. now with two new entrees starting at $9.99. two new reasons we'll see you tomorrow. and late night for half priced apps. ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everyone. we are talking with sarah silverman here. oh, my goodness, we love her. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night, 10 p.m., her hbo comedy special. sarah, do you have any thanksgiving plans next week? >> oh, i love thanksgiving. it's a big holiday for us. >> jimmy: oh -- >> desk fort!
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>> jimmy: oh, i know what that means. it looks like we are going to interview underneath my desk in the super cool desk fort. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ welcome to my desk fort. [ laughter ] >> it's great to be here, jimmy. >> jimmy: thank you for being here. it's really fun in here, isn't it? >> oh my god. >> jimmy: would you like some popcorn? >> yes. >> jimmy: oh, i have some questions here. [ laughter ] all right. um, question number one. what three things would you put in your fanny pack? >> great question. >> jimmy: thank you. >> first, i would probably bring, like, a folded up fanny pack rain protector. and chapstick. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and, um, i guess my waist.
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[ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: your waist. >> the essentials. oh, my god. >> jimmy: i made some pizza rolls. [ laughter ] baked in my own oven there. are they good? >> no. >> jimmy: they were from rehearsal. question number two. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: what base would you go to with ryan gosling? >> what base is scissoring? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: they have gotten rid of that base. [ laughter ] question number three -- >> they should at least wash him. >> jimmy: what ben & jerry's ice cream flavor based on you, what would it be called? >> ooh. chocolate basement.
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. the last one. question number four. hottest founding father? >> oh that's easy, andrew lincoln. andrew lincoln. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: abraham? >> no andrew lincoln. >> jimmy: andrew lincoln. >> the one from "walking dead." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you for doing this desk fort interview. [ cheers and applause ] >> so excited. >> jimmy: sarah silverman, everybody. her hbo comedy special "we are miracles" premiers saturday night at 10 p.m. lenny kravitz joins us next. we'll be right back. [ applause ] ♪ the bacardi family. the fire of 1880 couldn't stop us...
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know our next guest from films such as "precious" and lee daniels' "the butler." starting today he's back in theaters everywhere as cinna in "the hunger games: catching fire." please welcome back to our show the great lenny kravitz!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> what's happening, man? >> jimmy: the one and only. thank you for coming back to the show. >> it's good to be back. >> jimmy: we love you so much on the show. we always have fun. last time -- last time you were on the show. uh, prince. >> yeah, prince. >> jimmy: you know who prince is. so, prince finds me and challenges me to a ping pong -- he wants to play me in ping pong. >> okay. >> jimmy: at a club here in new york called spin. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: around 10:30 at night. i swear. this club. true story. >> i know it's true. i played ping pong with prince many times. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: are you being serious? >> ping pong, bowling, pool. >> jimmy: what -- prince challenged you as well? >> oh, yeah.
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>> jimmy: did he start, like, smack talking you? that's what he did to me. >> the smack talking is the strategy. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> beside the fact that he is -- he's --you know -- >> jimmy: he's prince. >> he's stupid good. >> jimmy: he was so good at ping pong, he it made me mad. because he was wearing like a double-breasted, like, black velvet suit. and he was like, like hitting ball. he was like, "you ready to play"? [ laughter and applause ] i was like, i guess. i mean, i didn't come with my own paddle, but i'm ready to play. >> right. >> jimmy: and then after he beat me, i will never forget this, it was like 20 to nine. and he went like -- and the ball just went -- and the flames came off and they hit the side of the table and almost burned me. oh, my god. and i said, oh, my god, he won. and i turned over to get the ping pong ball and i go over and bend down to get the ping pong ball, i turn back and he's gone. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: did he did that to you. he is gone, like batman gone.
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like, the velvet rope was swinging a little bit. [ laughter ] and i don't know him so, i'm like, prince? i thought maybe he was hiding or something. i go, prince? prince? i don't know, maybe he is hiding, playing a goof on me. so they have security footage, i feel like a moron. playing like playing marco polo. like prince? prince? i felt like oprah. prince is here. [ laughter ] >> it was -- >> jimmy: does he leave like that? does he run away from you? >> no i didn't get that part. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: cause you're too cool. you're lenny kravitz. >> but i mean, you know, he will -- he will kick your ass in an outfit. >> jimmy: but how does he -- [ laughter ] but what does he do -- when you go bowling with prince. >> right. >> jimmy: would he wear the rented bowling shoes? >> you asked me that because you know he didn't wear those bowling shoes. [ laughter ] you know he didn't wear those red and white striped -- >> jimmy: what did he wear? >> shoes. >> jimmy: tell me the real truth. >> he had on some knee-high furry boots.
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: come on. like boots-boots? >> like -- like furry -- like -- >> jimmy: like "dumb & dumber" aspen boots? >> that's it. that's it. [ laughter and applause ] that's it. >> jimmy: like the new tom brady ugg boots, he was wearing to go bowling. [ laughter ] >> hey, man. you know. >> jimmy: wait, did prince -- he didn't mention to me that he bowls. >> he is incredible. >> jimmy: prince. >> he's incredible. >> jimmy: prince, i know you're watching. [ laughter ] you want to go bowling? let bring it right now, man. ugg bowling. [ laughter ] bring our boots. wait, is he good at bowling? >> you can't mess with that purple ball. >> jimmy: he does not have a purple ball? >> he has the whole thing. >> jimmy: gosh. i think he had -- he had his own paddle, didn't he? >> he had his own paddle. >> jimmy: because questlove came down -- that's the reason i keep looking at questlove -- i said, because it's going down right now. prince is challenging me, i'm gonna go. i got this. 'sup, prince, are you ready? do the whole thing, turn around and left. i'm sweating. i leave. and then i see questlove go,
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"it's over?" [ laughter ] i go, dude just ended right now. like, what happened? >> questlove: he whizzed by me, i didn't know it. and grey poupon style, he backs up, and i'm like, what happened? what happened? he says, ask your boy. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: tell me, i want to challenge him next time. we can go -- you want a partner, you play lenny and i, would you be my teammate? >> yeah, we can do doubles man. >> jimmy: let's do doubles. >> yeah, man. >> jimmy: double ping pong, bowling, prince, it's on you now. i just saw "hunger games: catching fire." i love you in movies. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i love you in movies. you're great in this one as well. i don't see lenny kravitz when you're on screen. i see whatever character you're doing. you're great, man. so i give you props for that. >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: it's going to be a giant film. you do that. you'll do lee daniels' "the butler" since you're great and everything. i want to show a clip of lenny kravitz in the "hunger games: catching fire."
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a james beard award-winning executive chef at gramercy tavern, one of new york city's best restaurants. you have to go to this place. every single thing on the menu is delicious and everyone who works there is so rad as well. he just released his first cookbook right here called "the gramercy tavern cookbook." everyone, please welcome chef
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michael anthony right there. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ oh, i love you, i love the restaurant, i love the cookbook. let's start with the cocktail. what are we doing tonight? >> great to see you, jimmy. so let's start off with a little cranberry daiquiri and want to mix one along with me? >> jimmy: of course. >> so we take a little dark rum. >> jimmy: yep. >> add a little bit of our cranberry syrup. >> jimmy: aha. cranberry syrup? >> a splash of lime juice. >> jimmy: okay, you putting the whole thing in? >> hell yeah. you can give it a good shot. >> jimmy: thank you, brother. >> let's shake it up. hold that top. there you go. >> jimmy: i have these rubber gloves on because i'm handling my pork later, you know what i'm saying? [ laughter ] like raw, raw pork. all right. >> let's give it a cheers huh? a little cheers? >> jimmy: oh, cheers my friend. thank you so much for being here. >> right on. >> jimmy: gosh i gotta do stuff like this. >> start the party with that. >> jimmy: it's off the charts. >> how does that feel? gramercy tavern cookbook is at the restaurant right now. >> jimmy: my gosh this is off
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the charts. i'm going to get one tonight. now what are we doing here? >> we're gonna do a smoked pork with cabbage and cornmeal and i'm gonna ask you to get a little busy here. this is a spice rub with smoked paprika, peppers, salt and some herbs and i just need to you pour it over that thing and rub it in. >> jimmy: rub -- rub my pork for a little while. [ light laughter ] >> all the nooks and crannies. you got to get in the crevices. >> jimmy: look at this. oh man. oh man. all right. so you get everywhere? >> the idea this recipe is very approachable. does take a little time. >> jimmy: like that? >> 5 1/2 hours later in from the smoker, or 275-degree oven. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what is that? all right. good. very good. i'll leave that there. >> take it out. you know when it's done when you can actually just pull it with a fork. this is a simple recipe. you don't have to have a culinary degree. it is good, old-fashioned cooking. let's grab some of that and i will show how to you make this dish. i'm gonna grab one of -- that piece is awesome right there okay. so look, we are going to start
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here with -- we have some smoky bacon going, i'm going to ask to you throw in that cabbage and that pork and i need to you give this a little seasoning. just a pinch of each of those. chili peppers from dad's garden, a little cumin. all right, check it out. you're gonna have to give this a little saute. all right. go ahead. that's all you. we are gonna make our way down here. whoa! [ laughter ] all right. so, we got a little smoked pork sauce and what we need to do is give it a little more pork there you go. >> jimmy: there you go right there looking good. smelling good? >> i'm going to take over the cabbage. >> jimmy: sure, understood. [ light laughter ] >> you grab the cornbread. >> jimmy: cornbread. >> and lets take it right here and i'll show you how to plate this dish. this appears in the cookbook and pretty straightforward. and with thanksgiving right around the corner, you could break this up and make an awesome stuffing, too. so, break it into pieces. >> jimmy: right now? >> yeah. >> jimmy: sure. >> there you go. >> jimmy: look, i've been working out, yeah. >> just like a crouton. beautiful. >> jimmy: is that too much?
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>> that looks awesome. we are going to make it like that. >> jimmy: oh, sorry about that. [ laughter ] i apologize. i thought you were going to make -- >> we brought a couple other dishes. spinach with fettuccini and a squash soup with butternut squash and apple. okay if we are doing anything right at the restaurant, we are encouraging people to cook. >> jimmy: yep. >> i know you're a dad. i have three daughters. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you have a young daughter. how old is winnie right now? >> jimmy: she's four months. >> so, look if we are getting people to cook then that means everybody has got to be happy. give this a taste. this is a vegetable element of this particular dish and it's perfect. this is gramercy tavern baby food for little baby winnie. let's make sure this wins you over, too. if that makes you happy, then everybody -- >> jimmy: more. more. [ laughter ] you weren't gonna feed me, are ya? [ light laughter ] i'm gonna do it, too. oh my god. you're a genius, i love the book. everyone go out there and buy this. what a great holiday gift. [ cheers and applause ] "gramercy tavern cookbook" in stores right now.
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we'll be right back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ would you rather have spoons for hands or elbows for ears?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to sarah silverman, lenny kravitz, chef michael anthony and the greatest band in late night, the roots right there ladies and gentleman. stay tuned for "carson daly." thank you for watching. have a great weekend. hope to see you next week. bye bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪

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