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>> jimmy: hey, everybody! hey. oh my goodness, welcome, everybody, to "late night!" welcome. thank you for being here. thank you for watching at home. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon." are you guys feeling good tonight? [ cheers and applause ] beautiful new york city crowd. welcome, everybody. we're gonna have fun tonight. here's what people are talking about. everyone is talking about the obamacare website. apparently this thing has got all of these glitches and now tech experts are saying the only way to fix it is to completely start over and redesign the whole website from scratch. [ light laughter ] while the guys from the geek squad said, "did you try blowing on it? [ laughter ] did you turn it off and wait five seconds and plug it back in? that's all i got. i make $7 an hour, okay? i call myself a geek. [ cheers ] i'm a geek. that's all i can do." nobody likes this thing. in fact, only 12% of americans
think the rollout of obamacare is going well. while 100% of republicans think the rollout of obamacare is going great. [ laughter ] couldn't have been better. [ applause ] couldn't have been better. it is kind of surprising that with all of the trouble with the obamacare website, 12% of americans actually think it's going well. and people waiting for health care said, "can you share some of the drugs you're on with the rest of us?" [ laughter ] [ applause ] it's clearly not going well. you think it's going well? some more news out of washington. the white house has fired one of its national security officials for setting up an anonymous twitter account that was leaking internal information. president obama called the invasion of privacy unacceptable, while americans called it karma. [ laughter ] [ applause ] the twitter account also criticized some top white house officials. yep. the guy said that he was sorry.
then he added #notsorry. [ laughter ] childish. well, as many of you know, the producers of "50 shades of grey" are still looking for a replacement for the lead role of christian grey after charlie hunnam dropped out. but what many of you probably don't know is that members of the roots are huge fans of "50 shades of grey." [ light laughter ] and they would love a chance at the part. so to help them out, we thought that we would let them audition for christian grey in front of you guys. [ cheers and applause ] it'd really help them out. thank you so much. take it away, quest, you want to give it a shot? >> questlove: yeah. >> jimmy: okay. >> questlove: forget about the rules. forget about those details for tonight. i want you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's pretty good. [ cheers ] that's pretty good. not bad. tariq? [ clears throat ]
>> tariq: there is something about you, and i'm finding it impossible to stay away. [ whispers ] anastasia. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was pretty good actually, tariq. that's really good. uh, kamal? >> when i get you into my race car bed -- [ laughter ] you're going to be like, "whoa!" [ light laughter ] and i'm going to be like, "i know!" [ laughter ] and then i'll touch your butt, and you can touch my butt. and then we'll get ice cream. wink. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: is that actually from "50 shades of grey"? >> no, no. that is my from my fan fiction. "50 shades of kamal grey." available exclusively by e-mail. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: exclusively by e-mail. thank you so much, guys. the roots, everybody. [ cheers ] good luck.
best of luck. here is some news out of china. the chinese government just passed a new law that requires 30% of their tv shows to be educational. as opposed to america, where 30% of tv shows are required to be hosted by ryan seacrest. [ applause ] "i'm ryan seacrest and this is 'late night with jimmy fallon.'" [ laughter ] our pal bethenny frankel on her talk show this week was talking about relationships, and a man in the audience actually proposed to his girlfriend on the air. and up on stage, they had a so-called relationship expert. and his reaction to the proposal was kind of weird. check it out. >> so i lied to you about something. we're not here to talk about your business. [ cheers ] >> oh, my god. >> say no. please say no, please say no. no.
no. >> jimmy: please say no? how could you say no to a guy who proposes on morning television after admitting that he lied to you? [ laughter ] [ applause ] "please say no. please say no. got to say no." [ light laughter ] this is kind of weird. i just read about a company that has started selling a new wine just for cats. [ laughter ] and you can tell you've given your cat too much to drink when it's like, "am i a pretty cat?" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i've actually thought about this whenever i'm flying. you know how when you're taking off and landing, you fly right over people's houses? ll, there is this new story that found out that living close to an airport can actually cause health problems. and the people who are near airports are like -- [ yelling ] "oh yeah, what kind of health problems?
seem to be doing pretty fine fine -- i've been living here for like 20 years. wanna see my backyard? come here, puppy! come here, dog!" [ laughter and applause ] hey, "csi" was on tonight, that's a huge show. people love "csi." and this is big news for those guys. tonight was "csi's" 300th episode. wow. [ cheers ] wow, 300. you can tell it's old because all it wants to watch is "csi." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] and finally, this is big news today. there's a new poll out that shows a record 58% of americans want to legalize marijuana. [ cheers and applause ] then stoners were like, "see, it's unanimous." [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, we have a fun show tonight! we love her, she is talented. she's beautiful. she's funny. from "modern family," julie bowen is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] julie and i are going to be playing a new game called "box of lies" later in the show. i cannot wait for that. plus, i'm so excited that this guy is here. maybe he'll say the line -- [ with accent ] "hello, my name is inigo montoya. you killed my father, prepare to die." from "homeland," mandy patinkin is dropping in right there. my man! [ cheers and applause ] [ with accent ] "you killed my father. prepare to die." and we're continuing with pearl jam week here on the show. [ cheers ] tonight is an awesome night to be here and a good night to be watching at home.
tonight, one of our pals -- gosh, he's a giant country star. dierks bentley is here tonight. and we love him. he's always great. so get this. he is going to be playing with pearl jam guitarist, mike mccready, okay? they're getting together. and they're doing a cover of pearl jam's "alive" tonight on the show. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ oh i'm still alive ♪ you've gotta wait. you've gotta wait for it. you've got to wait for it. put a ring on it, you guys. [ light laughter ] put a ring on it. as you guys know, we're always striving to get better here at "late night." ♪ harder better faster stronger ♪ [ laughter and applause ] so before every show, we put out a suggestion box for the audience. just to get some feedback about what you guys think of the show. things you would like to see us
do. that kind of stuff. so, tonight, let's look inside "the audience suggestion box." ♪ look into the box to the suggestion box ♪ >> jimmy: there we go. close. close enough. here we go. [ laughing ] you didn't get it in rehearsal. [ humming ] -- it was like three types of words. that was great. oh, i love these guys. this is from mark pendleton. "hey, jimmy, i love to listening to children's books on tape, and i love the sound of sting's voice. do you think i could hear what it would sound like if sting recorded the audio version of the dr. seuss classic, 'green eggs and ham'?" you know, mark, we happen to have a copy of that exact audio book. it's very popular right now. [ light laughter ]
there it is right there. check this out. ♪ ♪ i do not like them in box i do not like them with a fox ♪ ♪ i do not like them sam i am i do not like green eggs and ham ♪ >> jimmy: that was very nice, that is amazing. [ cheers and applause ] amazing, that's good. ♪ i do not like them this is from heather mckinley. "jimmy, can you find someone in your audience who looks like a cross between buster from 'arrested development' and milhouse from 'the simpsons'?" [ light laughter ] i don't know, let's check the audience. i don't know if we can find -- how about that guy right there? [ laughter ] ♪ that's perfect. let's try another one here. this is from stephanie franklin. "jimmy, i'm having trouble picking out a halloween costume. you should have some of your writers should come out and say what they're going to be this year, and maybe that'll help me
decide." that's a great idea, stephanie. please welcome some of the "late night" writers and their halloween costumes, everybody. ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: very nice, can you tell us who you are and what your costume is, please? >> i'm marina, and i'm going to be a princess. >> jimmy: aw. [ applause ] >> i'm arthur, and i'm going as a pirate. [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's obvious, very nice. >> i'm patrick, and i'm going as lance armstrong. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: wait, sorry. how are you lance armstrong? >> i don't have any balls. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but lance armstrong has -- [ laughter ] lance armstrong has one testicle. >> oh, no. what have i done? [ laughter ] my wife is going to kill me.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: get out of here, man. get lost. thank you so much. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] he always -- he whiffs every time. he gets no laughs. [ laughter ] remember when he had to come out and he got hit by a football? and the football was supposed to hit him in the crotch, and it hits him in the kneecap, and he still holds his crotch. he goes -- [ laughter ] no one laughed. we torture that poor writer. patrick borelli, right there, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] let's try another suggestion here. it's from harvey gravino. "hey, jimmy, my favorite halloween candies are tootsie pops. and i used to love that old commercial about how many licks it takes to get to the center of a tootsie pop. i heard there's an unedited
full-length version of that commercial. you should play it on your show." oh, i remember that commercial. it was great. here it is. here is the full-length, unedited version of the classic tootsie pop commercial. >> mr. owl, how many licks does it take to get to the tootsie roll center of a tootsie pop? >> let's find out. one, two, three -- [ crunch ] three. >> are you [ bleep ] serious? what the [ bleep ]. you just bit it. you didn't even lick it. you [ bleep ] ass [ bleep ]! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: here's one more here. last suggestion is from gary horvath. "hey, jimmy. i'm so excited for the world series between the boston red sox and the st. louis cardinals. i was wondering if you had any way of predicting who is going to win the series?" well, gary, you're in luck, because it just so happens when it comes to predicting things,
we have a secret weapon. and it's puppies. [ cheers and applause ] that is right. ladies and gentlemen, it's time for the "puppy predictor: 2013 world series edition." [ drum roll ] word series edition! ♪ puppy predictor puppy predictor ♪ >> jimmy: that's right. we have four puppies and two bowls of delicious kibble. one representing the boston red sox, the other representing the st. louis cardinals. now, which ever team's bowl is the first to get two puppies will win the world series. are you ready to meet the puppies? [ cheers ] let's bring them out! ♪ [ audience aws ] all right, guys. behave. hi. hi, behave there. watch it, barry, barry! get over there, barry. let's meet our puppies. we have kyle mcadams. roger blaine.
lisa armstrong. and barry frick. now, guys, before i release you -- okay. listen up. where is barry? barry, get over here. listen. pay attention, barry, look at me. barry, barry! look at me, thank you. i want this to be a clean vote. i don't wanna see any wandering, peeing or butt sniffing, okay? you got it? this is serious, you guys. all right. let's release the puppies. [ cheers ] the red sox -- that's it, we've got a winner, right there! the boston red sox! ♪ it's all right, buddy. it's all right, buddy. all right. good. right there. i'll feed you after. here we go. what a victory, right there! the boston red sox will win this year's world series! [ cheers and applause ] good job, barry.
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julie bowen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> quest follows me on twitter. >> jimmy: what? >> yeah, i'm done, i'm out. [ talking over each other ] ♪ >> it makes me so much cooler. it just makes me so much cooler. >> jimmy: why, with your kids. >> my kids have no idea who quest is -- >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah. no. >> sorry, i apologize. >> my kids are into korean pop star psy right now. >> jimmy: they are full on into psy. >> they're so into psy, i don't understand it. i mean, god bless the man -- >> jimmy: gangnam style. >> you know -- >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> lovely, but we all have to dress this way for halloween. >> jimmy: this is a giant thing. because i -- halloween, i just had a kid so i don't know what to do yet. >> well, here's what you do.
you start dressing them and feeding them candy in september. because halloween is like a national holiday that goes forever. i finally figured out why, because schools are not allowed to celebrate like christmas or anything that's got -- easter -- >> jimmy: any religious. >> any religious -- so the safe ones are the candy ones. halloween, valentine's day. >> jimmy: that's it, right there. >> go strong. you go deep, and for a month you dose them with candy. [ light laughter ] and the outfits, they have four different outfits -- >> jimmy: so you have four different outfits. >> yeah, and i brought you some pictures for those who have never -- if you've seen the gangnam style video -- >> jimmy: this is psy -- >> this is psy -- >> jimmy: this is not your children. >> no, no. that is actually psy. and that is actually his side kick. we don't know really who he is, apparently he is a comedian. so my oldest, oliver, is obsessed with psy, and this was our interpretation. >> jimmy: this is your son, and this is you? >> and that's me. >> jimmy: fantastic. congratulations. [ laughter ]
congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. we did actually spray paint his hair black, and he freaked out and melted down. so we had to wash it off. and therefore, ended up going to the carnival following this picture as a dirty chimney sweep and psy's side kick. >> jimmy: mary poppins, yeah. >> they could have not, anything -- and they said --- everyone was like "who are you?" >> jimmy: and then your other son -- >> well, i got a lot of sons, one of them, johnny, decided that he wanted to be, yes indeed, the gyrating man in the dirty boxers. [ light laughter ] this is the gyrating man. in the video, he does something gross with his pelvis that is too gross to repeat, and then this is the imitation. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean, come on. that's pretty cute right there. you have cute kids. [ applause ]
i love that, did you and your husband dress up or no? >> scott is way cooler than your average bear. he did go to that particular costume party. he was a ninja. i have a suggestion. this is my suggestion for him. this year, he gets like a zoot suit, and some aviators, and a blow up doll. stay with me. [ light laughter ] you don't blow the blow up doll all the way. you get it kind of limpy. you just wrap it around you with a belt or some tape even, and it spends the whole night at your waist doing a constant miley twerk. and you're robin thicke. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there you go. that's the costume of the year. >> i think it's a great idea. but my husband has this problem with being a classy guy who doesn't want a blow up doll tied to his waist. i don't understand, because i think it's a great idea. >> jimmy: julie, every time that you're here, we ask you, i challenge you to a game. and last time, remember, i beat
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. i'm here with my pal, the lovely julie bowen from "modern family." [ cheers and applause ] we're about to play our new game. it's called "box of lies." and here's how it works. on stage is a bunch of boxes containing objects neither of us have seen before. taking turns, julie and i are going to select a box and open it on our side of the table. out of view of the other person. once the object is out of the box, you look at your opponent and you tell them what is in the box. you might be lying, you might be telling the truth. your opponent has to guess which one and say either lie or truth. if you guess correctly, you get a point. you guess wrong, the other person gets a point. the first to two points wins. julie you are our guest, why don't you pick our first box. >> i don't even understand the rules, but i'm still going to win. >> jimmy: no, me neither. i just made it up, i just made it up. >> does anybody have a suggestion?
okay. four, i heard the word four. >> jimmy: i'm not looking. i'm not going to look. >> okay. >> jimmy: you can take it out if you want. >> mm-hmm. jimmy. >> jimmy: yeah, how are you? >> hi. >> jimmy: yeah, what's up? very interesting. >> in my box -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> i have a creature that is frightening and hairy. [ laughter ] i have a frightening, hairy creature in my box. >> jimmy: okay, very nice. thank you, julie, thank you. [ cheers ]
i may get in trouble for this, but i'm going to say that is -- the truth. >> yes, it is. ♪ [ talking over each other ] that is in my box. >> jimmy: good. all right, that is in there. yes, thank you julie. all right, i have one point. i have one point. what number, guys? what number? three. [ grunts ] >> that is a lot of fakeration going on over there. okay, i'm not looking. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. okay. >> i'm listening for sounds or clues. >> jimmy: don't.
[ laughter ] >> oh, don't do that. >> jimmy: what i have in my box. >> not the same as my box, sister. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it is similar. similar tweeds. similar tweeds. >> oh yeah, sure, okay. [ english accent ] >> jimmy: it is a beautiful feather. taped or glued onto a piece of paper. >> feather. [ english accent ] >> jimmy: beautiful feather. taped or glued to a piece of paper. >> that has been brought to you by keith richards? [ laughter ] [ as keith richards ] [ mumbles ] >> jimmy: -- paper and a feather, yeah. >> so, in your box, you have a beautiful feather that is taped or glued. >> jimmy: i don't know how it's
attached. >> okay, it's attached. that's super. i think that is -- did you ever know what sharky eyes you have when you need to? you're like a -- i don't know what this is. >> jimmy: shark eyes? >> it's like you're so good. >> jimmy: that's my p-p-p-poker face. [ laughter ] >> i'm going too say you're lying. that's a lie. >> jimmy: you are correct, oh, my god! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> give me a number! i couldn't hear anything. okay, all right, i'm going to put down the hairy creature from out me box. >> jimmy: thank you very -- out my box. >> from out me box. oh.
people, i need you to support me in being quiet like little mice, because it's hard not to say something when you see -- [ laughter ] in my box is a small replica of a stripper on a stage, i guess is how you could describe that. like a girly show. a small, round stage replica, like a doll house kind of an object of a stripper. >> jimmy: do you have a stripper pole for a doll house. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's what you're trying to say is in your box. >> i only have boys.
i guess that's what this is for. maybe an adult doll house? >> jimmy: i'm saying that this is a lie. >> it's a merkin. >> jimmy: oh, what? >> it's a toupee, but i don't know what it's for. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] you're leaving me hanging. julie bowen! "modern family" airs wednesdays -- oh, my gosh -- at 9:00 on abc. mandy patinkin joins us next. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ music plays ♪ music plays
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♪ >> jimmy: oh, my gosh, welcome to the show, finally. >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: thank you so much. i'm laughing because last time i saw you, i don't know if you remember this. >> six hours. >> jimmy: it was six hours together. we flew on a plane, and i was the person that was the annoying person sitting next to you that wanted to talk to you the whole flight. and you were so nice to me. >> i was trying to learn my lines, of which i learned nothing. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you had your script out. i remember, i was just coming back from -- it was the emmys, i think -- >> one of those shows. >> jimmy: and i had a few drinks, and i'm on the plane next to you, and i was talking to you and i go, "oh my god, it's mandy patinkin. it's great. it's a pleasure." and you go, "thanks, buddy. pleasure. so nice to meet you. nice to see you too." >> and i put my earplugs back in. >> jimmy: that was the second level. >> second level. >> jimmy: first level, you were like, "i'm just trying to read
my lines." i go, "oh, my bad. i don't wanna look. i don't wanna look." and then i go, "i'm so annoying. i'm so annoying." and then i go -- >> i took it with me to the restroom. >> jimmy: and we take off, and you sit -- we're sitting down, and i'm like, "yeah, you were great in "princess bride" as well as "homeland." and you're like "yeah, thanks buddy. yeah, great. [ light laughter ] i appreciate it." and i go, "wasn't it fun working with those guys and billy crystal." and you go, "yeah." then you grabbed your headphones to try to like get me to stop talking to you. then you go, "yeah, well i knew a couple of those guys from back then that i hung out with." and you kept leaving me like hang on lines. almost like a j.k. rowling hang on line to make me want to go to the next chapter of mandy patinkin stories. you go, "yeah, i used to hang around with belushi in those days." and i go -- [ laughter ] i go, "sorry." and you go -- and i go "tell me about belushi." >> this is 100% true. i swear to you.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: and then you told me great these belushi stories. which i love hearing john belushi stories and doug kenney stories. >> and gilda. >> jimmy: and gilda. then you go -- that's another j.k rowling thing. you go -- "yeah, i tried to date gilda for a long time." [ laughter ] what do you mean you tried to date gilda radner? wait, wh. what's going on, buddy? it kept going on for 6 hours. and then i go, "i'm grabbing another beer, and then i'm like, 'what are you listening to?'" [ laughter ] i'm so sorry, but you were so nice to me. you were nice to me on the flight. and we just had so many fun things to talk about. oh my gosh, you were so proud of your kids. i was talking about your kids, and i made you play your kids music. i was annoying, but you were so great to sit next to on a flight. if you ever have to sit next to anyone on a flight, make it be mandy patinkin. he's unbelievably great. [ cheers and applause ] >> i highly recommend sitting next to jimmy as well. >> jimmy: i won't bother you anymore, i swear. >> completely entertaining. >> jimmy: thank you for coming
on. i want to have you on because everyone loves "homeland." oh my gosh, congratulations on that. [ cheers and applause ] you just hit homers with that show. you're hitting homers with that, and now it's become like, it's so big the president is a fan of the show, bill clinton. >> obama and clinton, yeah. we were at a fund raiser and clinton -- as we were leaving because the president always leaves first in his motorcade, and people were hanging around and clinton is hanging around. and so i'm starting to leave, and clinton shouts at me, you know, "keep up the work on 'homeland.'" and i looked back and i went, "you too, mr. president." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what does that mean? yeah. >> he's a fan. then i realized, the other day i realized, because i need to watch these episodes, because things change in editing and et cetera you know, from the script reading. so i realized that why their probably huge fans, is they're in it. in the pre-roll or whatever. >> jimmy: they've lived through this stuff. >> well they're in the -- at the beginning of every show, there's a little edited kind of thing, and both of them have very nice parts. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: they just want to see themselves. >> yeah, they want to see themselves.
they love it. >> jimmy: but you're actually going to the cia now, and meeting real cia guys. >> yes, we had a very hilarious meeting at the cia. we were invited in. you know, it's a windowless room, so nobody could hear anything, and we were all sitting on one side and all of the cia people are on the other. and they're all so very young. they make you look old. and we can't tell them anything, but they want to know. they want to know about the show. we don't tell them -- they're certainly aren't going to tell us anything, and then they leave the room, and then all of a sudden, the assistant to the director comes in and says, "mr. patinkin, the director would like to know if you'd like to see his office. john brennan. i walk into his office, and there we are, you know, having a chat in this place. his job is to collect the secrets of the world to hand to the president of the united states for the security of the united states, and it was a pretty powerful little place. >> jimmy: and was he like "can tell me about belushi?" [ laughter ] >> and then he kept putting his earphones in. [ laughter ] uh -- >> jimmy: well, we love you so much, i want you to come back when ever you can.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right! everybody get excited! get excited! [ cheers and applause ] our next guest is in the studio working on his next album, which will be out early next year. tonight, he's here to play "alive," as part of our pearl jam week. with a little help from mike mccready and the roots, please welcome back to the show, dierks bentley! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to julie bowen, mandy patinkin, dierks bentley! mike mccready! and the greatest band in late night, the roots, everybody, right there! stay tuned for carson daly. thanks for watching. have a good night! hope to see you tomorrow! bye, bye! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪