tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC December 14, 2013 12:35am-1:36am PST
run run rudolph run run rudolph ♪ ♪ run run rudolph santa claus is coming to town ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: thank you, guys. nice job, billy ray! good job, billy ray. >> merry christmas. thank you, man. >> jay: nice song, man. that was beautiful. i'd like to thank my guests carson daly, justin willman, of course billy ray cyrus.
monday night meredith vieira will be here. but jimmy fallon happening right now! have a good weekend. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> 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 ]
>> jimmy: thank you very much. thank you! that's a hot crowd. that's what i'm talking about. thank you. welcome. please, welcome. thank you so much. oh my gosh, hot new york city crowd right here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] hot crowd. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. thank you so much for being here. we're going to have fun tonight. we are, we're going to have a good time. here's what people are talking about. big music news. beyonce released a surprise album on itunes today with 14 new songs. no promotion. just put it out. so the album that's currently number one on itunes, i'd just like to say -- [ cheers and applause ] can't do that. did i make you laugh? >> questlove: do it again. >> jimmy: that's funny? that's funny? ♪ i can't do it.
>> steve: put a ring on it. >> jimmy: yeah, i can't do it. it's just this, right? ♪ [ cheers and applause ] i don't do it in my bedroom every night in front of a mirror. [ laughter ] >> steve: but you do. >> jimmy: you've proven me right. enough. that's right. beyonce release an album without anyone even knowing. and then smashmouth said, big deal, we've been doing that for like ten years. [ laughter ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: i like smashmouth. ♪ somebody once told me the world is gonna roll me i ain't the sharpest tool in the shed ♪ ♪ she was lookin -- >> jimmy: that's the only dance i know how to do. more music news. it was just announced that miley cyrus will perform in times square to ring in 2014. [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: then the ball said, "she's going to ride me, isn't she?" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
darn, i knew it! can't believe christmas is almost here. everybody's in the holiday spirit. you guys in the holiday spirit? [ cheers and applause ] you can feel it in the air. magic. everybody's in the holiday spirit, except president obama and joe biden. yeah. joe biden said this week that he and president obama do not exchange christmas gifts. you know, because whenever obama gets biden a present, he just winds up playing with the box. [ laughter ] all right. that's right. christmas is just a couple of weeks away. and with that in mind, i'd like to take a moment to share some words that don't make sense. ♪ the holiday season has come upon us, and with it come tidings of glee. may the spirit of our blessings shine a light on the light of our spirit. on this day, the joy and wonderment will celebrate the remembrance of times past, pasts
that have come on to us, times that have come to haunt us. [ light laughter ] we shall forever be blessed in the sacred realm of ghosts. shall our spirits appear unto the light that shines upon the faces of the children and angels of hope will arrive in the spirit of life. happy, happy hoolidays? [ laughter ] spelled the card wrong, you jerk. gimme that thing. get out of here! don't let the door hit you on the ass on the way out. [ cheers and applause ] get out! ♪ >> steve: i've got jingles ladies. [ laughter ] for my ass. got an anti-shingle drug. >> jimmy: no. listen to this, you guys.
in a new interview, oprah said that she's glad she never had kids because they would probably hate her. seriously? she gives away free cars and lets people jump on the couch. i mean, she can be my mom if she wants. [ laughter ] oprah, call me. sounds fun. [ cheers and applause ] this is kind of interesting, somebody actually did a study that found out because of his hard drinking lifestyle, the character james bond would only live to be 56 years old. when men heard that, they were like "yeah, i'd take that deal. [ laughter ] 56 years of being james bond or 80 years of being mitch." [ laughter ] you do the math. some sports news here. major league baseball just announced a new rule which bans intentional collisions at the plate. or as that's also known, the only exciting thing that happens in baseball. [ cheers and applause ] why would you get rid of that? that's fun to see that happen. no contact. no looking at each other. [ light laughter ]
hey, guys, it's week 15 of the nfl season, and this sunday night we've got the cincinnati bengals taking on the pittsburgh steelers. ooh, should be a good one there. now, every year at the end of the season, they give out awards like most valuable player, but they also awards during the season. sort of like the ones in high school yearbooks, like most likely to succeed, class clown, stuff like that. with that in mind, it's time for "late night superlatives." ♪ late night superlatives >> jimmy: thank you. all right. our first player is domata peko. he's a powerful defensive tackle from the cincinnati bengals. he was voted "most likely to have ridden the woolly mammoth in the year 6,000 b.c." [ laughter ] [ applause ] interesting. next, from the steelers, we have greg warren, voted "most likely to be looking in your window right now." [ laughter ] [ applause ]
>> steve: i like to watch you sleep. >> jimmy: next up is david johnson from the steelers. he was voted "least interested in your vacation photos from italy." [ applause ] next up from the steelers, we have william gay. he was voted "worst-selling jersey." [ laughter ] i love football, but let's be cool, man. >> steve: wear it in the end zone. >> jimmy: all right, now. everybody. [ laughter ] >> steve: his jersey. >> jimmy: his jersey. [ laughter ] next, from the bengals, trevor robinson. this is weird, he was voted "most likely to take instagrams of his farts." [ applause ]
>> steve: how is that -- >> jimmy: i don't know what that means. next up from the bengals, we've got starting quarterback andy dalton. he was voted "most likely to be mr. ginger the evil ventriloquist dummy who made a wish to become a real boy." [ applause ] he got voted. >> steve: that's what he got voted. >> jimmy: next from the bengals, we have mike pollock. he was voted "most likely to say, 'that never happened' after he hears a joke." that never happened. [ applause ] also from the bengals, we have clark harris, he was voted "most likely to be the first guy voted off 'the bachelorette.'" i know that guy. i've seen him. [ applause ] and finally another bengal, we have george iloka, he was voted "black jimmy neutron." [ laughter ] there you go. there are your "nfl superlatives." we have a great show tonight! give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, welcome you guys! the roots, everybody. >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: happy holidays, everybody. before we get started, i just want to say, i'm very excited about this. i'm going to host "saturday night live" next saturday. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] very excited about this. and the musical guest will be justin timberlake. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] it's going to be a fun, fun show. i cannot wait. it's fun already. we have a fun show tonight, though. gosh, he's such a great actor. from the new movie "the invisible woman," ralph fiennes is here. [ cheers and applause ] plus, she's fantastic in this. in the new film "august osage county," juliette lewis is on the show. [ cheers and applause ]
and we have music from austin mahone! [ cheers and applause ] my main bone! my ice cream cone. >> steve: don't wanna leave him home alone. >> jimmy: my man on the moan. kind of? >> questlove: his sister's name's is joan. >> jimmy: he's trying to play a tone. on a slide trombone. no it's a saxophone. >> steve: are you sure it's a sousaphone? >> jimmy: just leave him alone, austin mahone is here, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: gave me money for that. >> jimmy: yeah, he wanted sousaphone money. well, the end of the year is rapidly approaching. that means holiday songs are everywhere. and so, we're going to count down the holiday songs at the top of the charts. at number three, of course, it's "white christmas" by bing crosby. love that song.
number two, we have "rockin' around the christmas tree" by brenda lee. [ laughter ] i just feel like it always -- if i go to cvs, anything that's moving plays that song. >> steve: it's like the billy bass of christmas song. >> jimmy: it's the billy bass of christmas songs. that's true. and at number one, of course, it is "all i want for christmas is you" by our pal mariah carey. that's the number one song. [ cheers and applause ] so, now we're going to take a look at the holiday songs at the bottom of the chart. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: number 97, from the makers of those jingle cats and jingle dogs, it's "jingle snakes." i think we have a clip of that one. how does that go? okay. very nice. thank you. i think i've heard enough. thank you. coming in at number 98, we have "silent night" by gilbert gottfried. didn't even know he was making music. >> steve: oh, i didn't know that either. >> jimmy: do we have a clip of
that song? it sounds nice. could be groban at this point. ♪ silent night >> jimmy: all right. ♪ it's a holy night >> jimmy: all right. ♪ everything is so calm why is everything so bright ♪ >> jimmy: okay, thank you. that's good. thank you, gilbert. and number 99, it's a song called "we hiss you a merry christmas." another snake related christmas song. [ laughter ] >> steve: i didn't know there were so many. >> jimmy: i didn't know there were so many of them. >> steve: they love the holidays. >> jimmy: let's take a listen to this one. [ laughter ] all right, very nice. >> steve: sounded like an asp. >> jimmy: an asp. >> steve: yeah, asp. with a "p." >> jimmy: with a "p" at the end. >> steve: at the end. not in the end. [ laughter ] at the end. p, a-s-p. the snake that kills cleopatra. >> jimmy: thank you. >> steve: back to you. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: finally -- [ laughter ] finally, at number 100, all the way at the bottom of the charts, once again, here's arnold schwarzenegger mumbles "little drummer boy" in his sleep. [ laughter ] [ arnold style mumbling ] >> little drummer boy -- he's got a drum! get down! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: get down. that's good. >> steve: and he released it as a song? >> jimmy: someone must have paid him to release it as a song. poor arnold. guys, this is the last show before we go on christmas break. [ audience aws ] so it's time for one more edition of that beloved "late night" tradition, "five days of
christmas sweaters." ♪ five days of christmas sweaters no days left ♪ >> jimmy: every night for the past four shows, we've been singling out one lucky audience member to take home a kickass christmas sweater from the countdown to christmas cabinet. since this is the last day, let's open the last door. door number one. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: what! what! >> jimmy: this is awesome. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know you want it, right? you know you want that. [ cheers and applause ] that's pretty cool, man. i want to keep this one. that's unbelievable.
it's a roaring fireplace right there on the sweater. now let's see who is going home with this ridiculously awesome sweater. everyone, look at your seat number. [ cheers and applause ] if i call your number, i need you to jump up and let me know where you are. questlove, can i get a drum roll, please? >> questlove: yep. [ drum roll ] >> jimmy: you guys ready? [ cheers ] 328! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] lucky! you lucky dog. you lucky dog. hey, what is your name and where are you from? >> i'm eileen fairbanks from san ramon, california. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, welcome, eileen! welcome, welcome, welcome. now, i don't even know what to say about this one here. this is kind of unbelievable. look at this. >> i've seen a lot of things in
my life -- >> jimmy: nothing like this. and now this is yours. they're going to love you over there. would you like to try it on? over the turtle neck, we can do it. we can make it happen. can you hold this for a second? ♪ i'll try to hold this here. i don't know what -- an ipad or something. >> wait a minute. this way. >> jimmy: sorry, we've never done this before. [ laughter ] her husband's looking at me weird. oh, this is going to be fantastic. are you kidding me? hold your sleeves in there. i'll hold your glasses. oh, yeah, this is going to be magical. oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] this is awesome. there you go. look at that. [ cheers and applause ] that's fantastic looking! that's so good! thank you so much. oh, you're fantastic. happy holidays. congratulations. amazing.
hey, wait, wait, wait. wait, wait. guys -- that's a good one, too. guys -- i'm in the -- sorry, roots, can i say something? i'm in the spirit of giving right now. [ cheers and applause ] we're going to have to give stuff away. it's time for "late night stocking stuffers." ♪ >> jimmy: that's right. every night this week, we've been giving away some awesome gifts to every single person in our studio audience. tonight is the last night. [ cheers and applause ] we've got something really great for you guys. you guys want to see what you're taking home tonight? [ cheers and applause ] tonight's stocking stuffer is three gifts in one.
amd's tech the halls gaming package. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: amd's tech the halls gaming package includes a sapphire radeon r9 battlefield 4 edition graphics card, which also includes a copy of the new battlefield 4 game. as well as an amd game bundle which lets you choose three free pc games and an hd envy touchsmart 15 notebook pc. not to mention a $500 newegg.com gift card towards the purchase of a playstation four, the xbox one or nintendo wii u. all of which are powered by amd, jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is insane! that's unbelievable! you get a graphics card, a computer and a giftcard towards any of the 3 best gaming consoles. a playstation four, an xbox one, or an nintendo wii u, wow. enjoy your amd deck the halls
game package. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with "thank you notes!" ♪ hoo-hoo...hoo-hoo. hoo-hoo hoo. sir... i'll get it together i promise... heeheehee. jimmy: ronny, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? ronny:i'd say happier than the pillsbury doughboy on his way to a baking convention. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. ♪ no presents beneath the tree? ♪ ♪ wait a minute, now i see ♪ my gifts are above me ♪ that's my kind of holiday
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you know -- [ cheers and applause ] i check my inbox. return some e-mails and, of course, send out thank you notes. [ cheers and applause ] well, i was running a little bit behind today, so i thought if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd just like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that cool? [ cheers and applause ] >> hey, jimmy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, mayor bloomberg! ♪ mayor bloomberg, what are you doing here? >> well, as you know, i've only got a couple weeks left in my job. and i'm running behind a bit. so thought -- do you mind if i sit down and write some thank you notes with you to save some time? >> jimmy: yeah, i'd be honored. i'd be honored. absolutely. over there. sure. >> yeah. have a seat. >> jimmy: thank you very much. >> i don't mind sharing. >> jimmy: i appreciate it.
>> don't take too much -- >> jimmy: i got ya. understood. thanks for having me on your show. [ laughter ] >> can i get some thank you writing music, please? ♪ [ laughter and applause ] here's looking at you, babe. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: sure. be my guest. ♪ >> thank you, jimmy fallon. how do you spell that again? [ light laughter ] for bringing "the tonight show" back to new york. [ cheers and applause ] the city that never sleeps -- unless it's watching your monologue. [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: i can just take that from here -- >> do you want an envelope? >> jimmy: yeah, thanks. ♪ thank you, all the great new york city subway train conductors. if there's one thing i could say
to you, it'd be -- [ muffled speaking ] [ cheers and applause ] >> do they pay you for this? [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, large sodas, for not taking it personally. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: don't take it personally. it's all business. it's all business. ♪ thank you, city bikes, for basically saying, "don't know how to ride a bike? then why don't you learn on the crazy streets of new york city?" [ applause ] >> let me get this right. how do you do this? ♪ you do it with the wrong hand,
though. >> jimmy: yeah, i know, thank you, buddy. ♪ >> thank you, statue of liberty, for always lighting the way to freedom, truth, and yes, even new jersey. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: is that right? that's right. good for them. [ applause ] ♪ thank you, mayor bloomberg. as a billionaire in a big city, you had the choice of becoming mayor or batman. [ laughter ] you chose mayor. thank you. [ applause ] >> next time, we'll have an extra flourish. like that. did you notice that? >> jimmy: yeah. >> what did you just do there? >> jimmy: you go, like that. and higgins will give you a sound effect there. >> that's exactly right. you want to try that one more time? >> jimmy: go. [ swiping sound ] >> you try it and see if it works. [ fart noise ] >> steve: he's the mayor. >> jimmy: i know he's the mayor.
>> thank you, jay z, for being such a special part of the city. but more importantly, thank you for letting me tell people we're friends. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. we get it. >> go ahead. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, mayor bloomberg, for everything you've done for new york. but mostly, thank you for not being this guy. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] there you have it, everyone! those are my thank you notes! my thanks to mayor bloomberg! we'll be right back with ralph fiennes, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ bell rings ] [ man ] take five! hey, joyce!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a two-time oscar nominee. oh, he's fantastic. he directs and stars in the new film, "the invisible woman," which opens in select theaters on christmas day. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome ralph fiennes, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: ralph fiennes. ralph, welcome back to our show. >> thank you, sir. thank you. >> jimmy: the last time i saw you here was around christmas time, as well. >> i know. it's getting to be a bit of a tradition, being on your show. >> jimmy: i like that. >> i like it too. >> jimmy: every time, you have to put a movie out around christmas.
you have to. but in england, they really go bonkers for christmas. you love christmas. >> we have all kinds of christmas traditions. we have father christmas instead of santa claus. we have christmas crackers, at the big christmas meal. >> jimmy: my brother-in-law's from england. so we do the christmas crackers. >> you know the traditions, then? >> jimmy: i brought them. i know a couple of them. >> the crackers -- >> jimmy: how does it work? >> well, you hold one end, and i hold the other. >> jimmy: okay. >> that works. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: and then -- >> we pull. and i won. >> jimmy: hey. what happens with me, then? >> you lost. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, thank you. happy christmas, yeah. >> i got a present. i got a measuring tape. >> jimmy: that's a lot of fun. for kids. measuring tape. let's do this one here. how do i make sure i win? >> i won again. >> jimmy: you grab -- you have such a good grip. but inside these guys, in crackers, don't they also -- >> one more. one more then. >> jimmy: well, they come with these crowns. >> yeah, sometimes in the cracker, you get a crown, golden crown. >> jimmy: and you put on these crowns. >> you put on the crown, they're kind of flexible designs. [ light laughter ]
>> jimmy: am i doing it right? is that good? >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] fantastic. >> jimmy: happy christmas. >> happy christmas. >> jimmy: and you say happy christmas instead of merry christmas. >> we say happy christmas. >> jimmy: happy christmas. and you don't hang your stockings over the fireplace. >> no, no. when i was young, my dad, he had these long, thick, woolen stockings. he gave us all one. and we would lay it on the end of our bed. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. put the stocking at the end of the bed, and then you'd wake up in the morning, and you'd feel the stocking had gotten heavier. it was full of presents. >> jimmy: that must have been tricky for santa claus to -- >> well, you know. i remember one time. i was kind of really nervous of santa claus, or father christmas. what's he going to be? what's he going to look like? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i remember one christmas eve, i was lying asleep and i heard this creaking and this thumping and something coming in. and then it disappeared. and then i woke up the next morning and i had -- there'd been a mix-up. and in my stocking was a hair band and little girly things and a doll.
and my sister had a gun and a toy soldier -- [ light laughter ] and there'd been a mix-up. >> jimmy: well, santa gets tired sometimes. all those homes he has to go to. >> yeah, he [ bleep ] up. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: uh, now your new movie, "the invisible woman." >> yes. >> jimmy: now, this is the second time you've done this. is it hard to pull off both acting and directing in the same movie? >> well, it is, yes. but it's easier when you have a very talented and a very handsome director giving you guidance. [ light laughter ] it's true. >> jimmy: true. [ applause ] he's a handsome man. certainly is. >> thank you for everything. you were just great. we must do it again some time. >> jimmy: i would like to try -- >> maybe you could get jimmy a role as well. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: interesting. >> do you take direction well? because this guy, he needs to have actors that take direction.
>> jimmy: yeah, give me a direction. >> can you be like, a southern belle or something? >> i don't know. [ southern accent ] >> jimmy: i'm a southern woman -- [ light laughter ] -- from osage county. >> i don't know what he's saying. >> i was looking for that role in "the invisible woman." exactly that. >> jimmy: i was the invisible man. i wasn't in the movie at all. it's great you get to work with yourself again. and you get along with yourself, which is a good thing. so your therapist tells me. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: but what is the film about? >> the film is about charles dickens, age 45. one of the most successful novelists of his time. fell in love with a young actress, nelly ternan, brilliantly played by felicity jones. and it turned him inside-out. and he left his wife, left his family, separated from his wife and began this love affair with this young girl. and kept it very, very, very secret for the rest of his life. and he died only a few years later and for the rest of her life, she kept it completely secret. >> jimmy: i've never heard of this story. >> she made herself invisible because of her liaison with charles dickens. >> jimmy: i love charles dickens.
i can't wait to see this. we have a clip. here's ralph fiennes in "the invisible woman." take a look. >> nelly. nelly! it was a mistake. >> did you send catherine to me? >> yes. >> she is the mother of your children. how could you be so cruel to her? >> and for that, i shall always be grateful. but i do not love her. she comprehends nothing. she sees nothing. i thought if she saw you, then she would understand that i have nothing with her. i wanted her to see it. >> it! what is "it," charles? what is it that we are? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, that's what i'm talking about, right there! ralph fiennes, "the invisible woman" is in select theaters christmas day. juliette lewis joins us next. there she is in the bud light platinum suite! hi! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i've got the power cuz i live like i want, huh! ♪
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golden globe and academy award nominated actress who you can see in the new movie "august: osage county" which is in theaters christmas day. she's fantastic in the movie. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome back to our show, juliette lewis! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: juliette! you look gorgeous. welcome back to our show. >> thank you. hi. >> jimmy: hi. and you're here on a friday before the big holiday break. and it's also friday the 13th. >> friday the 13th. i thought spiders were going to fall. >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> that's halloween. >> jimmy: it's halloween. but it could be friday the 13th. >> yeah, do they -- you know what's weird? did they remove the 13th floor from this building? you know how they do that? >> jimmy: yeah. they do do that. bad luck around the world.
>> but who made it up? >> jimmy: is it america that hates the 13th. >> call suri, does she know? >> jimmy: suri? [ light laughter ] >> i'm talking to someone, though about it. like, why is this? there was a massacre on the 13th floor. no. >> jimmy: nothing. >> somebody just said -- >> jimmy: they just hated their teenager. [ light laughter ] we don't like 13. we don't talk about it. >> it's like terrible twos. i think that makes sense. i always reverse superstitions and make them good luck. >> jimmy: yes, today is friday the 13th. >> it's awesome! >> jimmy: good luck for everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> i said so. >> jimmy: you're clearly not superstitious. i was saying, like, if you break a mirror, or something like that, or break glass, you're like, let me show you my iphone. can i show everyone your iphone? >> -- yes, if you must, jimmy. >> jimmy: i asked you to bring it out. [ audience ohs ] oh, my gosh. holy mackerel. >> that's my year. that's my year. >> jimmy: what's happened to you? >> many things happened, jimmy.
that created that work of art. >> jimmy: this works? >> it works. it does do weird things. like it'll just randomly call someone i never want to talk to. only a person i would never call does it call. >> jimmy: it's trying to reconnect you. >> yeah, so that's positive. >> jimmy: it is very positive. it's a new thing from apple, trying to reconnect people. >> my sister is so mortified that i'm walking around with this. you know what she says? she's like, "no, no, you can't go in public. like you can't take that out of your bag and use it." >> jimmy: you're a movie star. >> yeah. and she says it's the equivalent if you walked in someone's house and they had cat poop, i want to say the "s" word. it sounds so much better. cat [ bleep ] >> jimmy: no. >> no, what? >> jimmy: yeah, no. >> jimmy: no, you can't say it. yeah. >> well, anyway, she said it's the equivalent of someone -- >> jimmy: such a good cover-up. oh, my gosh. >> oh, forget that joke. >> jimmy: no, it's okay. sorry about that. ralph's already cursed out santa claus. so we're good. but you're here in the city on
christmas. >> yeah. >> jimmy: are you going to hang out in the city? what are you doing out for the holidays? >> i'm going to be snuggled in california heat. >> jimmy: something cozy. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i think juliette lewis, i think -- >> what do you think of? >> jimmy: the griswolds. >> oh, dear. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: absolutely, right there. how fun is that? >> there she is. >> jimmy: that's one of the best holiday movies in the world. "christmas vacation." >> thank you. >> jimmy: how cute. >> i'm so proud that i am, i was a griswold. i made it into that club. i love it. >> jimmy: was this one of your first movies? >> it was. it was like -- it was the first huge movie. it was a big studio film, and i was nervous and i met chevy chase. >> jimmy: he's the best. we love chevy chase. he was super nice. >> he said i was going to be a big star. >> jimmy: did he? >> i didn't know people say that phrase. >> both: you're gonna be a big star, kid. >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. yeah, i love that guy.
right up top. we nailed it. >> nailed that. >> jimmy: here you are. and you are a big star. >> i don't know. >> jimmy: i've got to say "august: osage county," loved the movie. but boy, did i love your character. >> thank you. >> jimmy: it was my favorite character in the movie. you made me laugh, you made me feel for you. >> a little uncomfortable. >> jimmy: very uncomfortable. you wouldn't stop talking. >> no. >> jimmy: it's fantastic. made me laugh. you were fantastic in this movie! >> thank you. >> jimmy: i want to show a clip of how brilliant she is. juliette lewis in "august: osage county." take a look at this. >> who are you? >> well, this is my fiance, steve. you met him at the church. >> steve huberbrecht. >> -- what? >> huberbrecht. >> -- german. >> german-irish, really. >> well, it is peculiar, karen, to bring a date to your father's funeral. i know the poetry was good, but i really wouldn't have considered it date material. >> he's not a date, he's my fiance, and we're getting married on new year's in miami.
and i'd love it if you could make it. >> well, i don't really see that happening. do you? steve? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: juliette lewis, right there. "august: osage county" is in theaters december 25th. austin mahone performs next. come on back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ dial up my number now ♪ weaving it through the wire ♪ switch me on ♪ i want to touch you ♪ you're just made for love ♪ i need ooh la la la la la
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a super talented teen singer who has been climbing the charts with his new single, "banga banga." tonight he's here to help wrap up our holiday music week with a performance of "silent night." with a little help from the roots. please welcome my man, austin mahone! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to ralph fiennes, juliette lewis, austin mahone! [ cheers and applause ] mayor michael bloomberg and the greatest band in late night, the roots, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for carson daly. thank you for watching, have a great weekend. hope to see you next week! bye-bye! [ cheers and applause ] ♪