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tracking rain and yes, wait for it, lightning tonight in the bay area. >> chief meteorologist jeff ranieri is here with one last look at the current conditions. and pretty much in the east bay it's pouring. >> we have some heavier pockets. again, 150 plus lightning strikes across california today with this line of thunderstorms that rolled through. heavier rain moving east from livermore. finding some of the heavier rain. down into san jose, getting in on the heavier pocket, producing about 0.27 of an inch per hour. that's in east san jose, moving out shortly. we'll get some sunshine building back in. >> excited to drive home tonight. >> be careful, though. >> bye-bye. >> steve: from studio 6b in the heart of rockefeller center in new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- annette bening.
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norman reedus. musical guest, the avett brothers. and featuring the legendary roots crew. and now, here's your host jimmy fallon! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, hey, everybody. that's what i'm talking about right there. welcome. thank you for being here. welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. here we are. this is what people are talking about. yesterday president obama unveiled his budget for 2015.
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and no big surprise, republicans immediately came out and started criticizing it. house speaker john boehner even said it's obama's most irresponsible budget yet. [ laughter ] then boehner said, "and if you think that's harsh, wait till i actually read it! then i'm really going to tell you what's on my mind." [ applause ] i'm thinking of something to say. obama's defending the budget, though, which he's referring to as a road map for creating jobs. then young people said, "a what for creating what? road map? job? i've never heard of either of those things." [ laughter ] siri, get me a job. [ laughter and applause ] i don't understand what you're saying. forget it. [ cheers and applause ] and this is the thing in obama's new budget, it actually includes a proposal to phase out pennies and nickels to make the government more efficient. and to make grandparents better tippers. [ laughter ] thank you, young man. here's six cents.
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six cents? i see dead people. [ laughter ] i don't like that joke. [ laughter ] just trying to be funny. loosen things up, you old bag. give me that six cents. here's seven cents. some more news out of d.c. i saw the city council just approved a measure to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana. [ cheers ] at least now congress will be passing something. that's a good thing. [ cheers and applause ] this is a joint session of congress! [ laughter ] i had to i had to do it. give me my money back. i hate that joke. >> steve: grandma sandler. >> jimmy: grandma sandler. [ laughter ] i don't want to do that. that's right, washington, d.c.
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is loosening its marijuana laws, and it kind of seems to me like certain politicians might even be partaking. i mean, just take a look at john boehner's recent speech. now, this is absolutely undoctored, completely unedited, just straight out of the camera. here is an unaltered clip. >> they can't pass unless there's bipartisan support for it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think that might have been altered. i take that back. it might have been altered a a little bit. >> steve: just a little bit. >> jimmy: i'm just as upset as you guys are. of course, the big international story continues to be the conflict in the ukraine. russia is threatening to invade, and the u.s. is stepping in. in fact, just yesterday the u.s. gave $1 billion to the ukraine to help stabilize the region. $1 billion. then detroit was, like, hey, can we go to war with russia? [ laughter ]
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what do we gotta do to get that? i want to wet me beak a little bit on that. here's seven cents. get out of here lady. i have a stack of them all around my house. i give them to everybody. here's a shiny one. shiny not for you. [ laughter ] get this. just one day after the u.s. gave them a billion dollars, the e.u. announced that it was giving the ukraine $15 billion. it's kind of like when your sister gives your mom a fancy necklace for christmas right after you gave her a pair of socks. hey, i thought we had a a $20 limit here. true story, one christmas my sister gave my mom a book about menopause. [ laughter ] >> steve: i bet that was a fun christmas. >> jimmy: she went and cried. yeah. did you guys see this? republican senator lindsey graham said yesterday that russia's tensions with the ukraine are the result of what happened in benghazi. then john travolta said, "actually, it's pronounced idina menzel.
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i made the same mistake. a simple mistake." [ applause ] guys, if you're in a a relationship, you might want to listen to this. there's a new iphone app designed for busy guys called bro app that sends thoughtful, prewritten texts to their girlfriends. pretty interesting concept, but we thought it might be helpful to hear some of these thoughtful texts read out loud. and there's no better person to do that than one of our guests tonight, star of "the walking dead," norman reedus, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: norman, read these very, very nice relationship texts whenever you're ready, please. >> you'd better be ready for an attack from the smooch monster tonight. >> jimmy: there you go. >> kissy face emoji, kissy face emoji, kissy face emoji. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's pretty good.
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what else you got? what else you got? >> i love wuv so much, my widdle teddy bear. >> jimmy: yeah, that's a good one. [ cheers and applause ] >> i just stubbed my toe. i wish you were here to give my little boo-boo a kissy. frowny face. [ applause ] >> jimmy: frowny face. thank you very much. last one? >> you excited for this weekend? snuggle fest 2014. >> jimmy: there you go. that's what i'm talking about. thank you. norman reedus. [ cheers and applause ] some very great texts. thank you, norman reedus. norman reedus, everybody. he's coming up later. [ cheers and applause ] oh, i just read this today on the internet. it's not good. new york city's most expensive restaurant is getting some negative attention after it got a "c" grade from health inspectors due to multiple sanitary violations. it's still a pretty fancy place, though. in order to poop on the floor, rats have to make reservations months in advance. [ laughter ] [ applause ]
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open table. this made me laugh. a new survey found that 11% of adults thought the computer language html was the name of an std. [ laughter ] which is ironic, because if you know a lot about html, you probably never have to worry about getting an std. [ laughter ] geek squad here. what? what am i wearing? i'm wearing a black golf shirt and required khakis and velcro sneakers. >> steve: allow me to pay for that date. >> jimmy: oh, nice velcro wallet. [ laughter ] allow me to pay for that, my friend. you like transformers? more than meets the eye. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: giant wallet.
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>> steve: yeah, giant wallet. >> jimmy: it will transform into a trapper keeper. >> steve: a trapper keeper. >> jimmy: i love those things, man. check this -- oh, this is awesome news. oscar mayer is coming out with a new version of lunchables that's for adults. [ cheers ] when i heard that, i was, like, good, because i definitely wasn't eating lunchables before. [ laughter ] they're coming out with a more grown-up version of lunchables. they're called, so you still can't cookables. [ laughter ] growupables are ready. don't worry, you live alonables. [ laughter ] very long title. they say it's a great way to eat lunch on the go or let people know you're recently divorced. this is interesting, here a new study found that experiencing depression can actually help you live longer. turns out even diseases don't want to hang out with you. it's very just all-around sad story. [ laughter and applause ] i'd rather go infect somebody
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else. you're boring. >> steve: you're eating lunchables. >> jimmy: yeah. i have to eat lunchables, i'm on the geek squad all day long. well we've had our new pope, pope francis, for about a year now. and he just keeps getting more and more popular. in fact, i just saw there's a a new magazine that will focus on pope francis. totally true. we actually got our hands on the first issue. >> steve: did you really? >> jimmy: yeah, they gave it to us first. >> steve: what a coincidence. >> jimmy: it's unbelievable. and it's got some pretty interesting articles. look at the first one here. 19 signs god's really into you. [ laughter ] then there's turning water into the right kind of wine. the five must-have napa cabs for 2014. [ laughter and applause ] and finally, this article, zero tips to a better sex life. i've got to a subscription and get my hands on that. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: it's seven cents. >> jimmy: it's more than that. more than that. and finally, dove has decided
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to pull the plug on a billboard for its deodorant because it referred to new jersey as the armpit of america. [ laughter ] new jersey was, like, what's that supposed to mean? while armpits were, like, yeah, what's that supposed to mean? [ laughter and applause ] give it up for the roots, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i'm thinking about getting a truck. >> steve: a truck? what kind of truck? >> jimmy: that's what i'm saying. i don't know. i'm thinking about getting one. i don't know anything about trucks at all. i was just thinking about it today. i think i'm going to get a a truck. >> steve: an american truck? >> jimmy: it could be any truck. i don't want a free truck. >> steve: no. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: i earned this money. i'm going to spend "tonight show" money on a truck. that's my first purchase.
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>> steve: buy a truck with a a bed --an old-school truck. >> jimmy: yeah, well it doesn't have to be old-school. i want the baby in the back. not the back of the truck. not the back of the truck. >> steve: oh, okay. >> jimmy: unless it's legal. fresh air is good for the baby. >> steve: go to eastern europe, you can do whatever you want. >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about, man. do any of you guys drive trucks? roots? tariq, you drive a truck? >> tariq: a range rover. >> jimmy: that's not a truck. >> steve: oh, that's not a a truck. [ laughter ] come on. range rover. a jaguar. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: mini cooper, that's not a truck. >> steve: a truck. >> jimmy: you don't drive a a truck. oh, my gosh. [ laughter ] do they make mini cooper trucks? that's a good idea. >> steve: we'll go to jay's garage. >> jimmy: does anyone out there know anything about trucks? any experts? yeah? what kind of truck do you drive? >> f-150. >> steve: ford f-150. >> jimmy: ford f-150. >> steve: what do you drive? >> jimmy: that's a big truck, right? >> it's big enough. >> jimmy: big enough, there you go. that's the man i'm going to be, yeah.
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big enough. [ applause ] >> steve: he takes a a cigarette -- >> jimmy: he takes a cigarette and flicks it. >> steve: it blows it up on the leather jacket. >> jimmy: big truck. big enough. get out of my way. >> steve: and then he blasts him. leave him alone. here's seven cents. here you go. >> jimmy: or just say screw it get an ice cream truck and just drive around. >> steve: dude, that would be so much fun. >> jimmy: that would be fun. if you know anything about trucks, send me a tweet or something. i don't know. i'm going to get into it. >> steve: i believe you. >> jimmy: i'm not going to jump into it. >> steve: you want to slowly put your toe in. in the truck water. [ laughter ] that's not a term that people say. >> jimmy: trust me. i know truck talk. ask me how big my truck -- ask me how big it is? >> steve: dude, how big is your truck? >> jimmy: big enough. [ laughter and applause ] punk. it's been such a great week, and the big names continue again. tomorrow from the hit action movie "non-stop," liam neeson will be here tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] plus my pal, lindsay lohan, will be stopping by. we'll talk to her about the new
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oprah show. [ cheers and applause ] we're going to play a game of water war with her. but first, we have a fun show tonight. she's such a great actress, so beautiful, she has a new movie, "the face of love," annette bening is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] we'll be doing something fun. also, you saw him earlier from "the walking dead," norman reedus will be joining us. [ cheers and applause ] he's a good man. giant show. and we have music, this is one of my favorite bands out there. they always destroy when they come. they come in and just knock the place over. the avett brothers are here. [ cheers and applause ] they're going to rock it out. they're so talented. >> steve: they're fun, too. >> jimmy: hey guys, do you ever go online or watch tv and you see some weird, random thing on your screen. something that's accidentally funny? we asked you guys to keep an eye out for stuff like that and take a screen grab and send it to us. we got tons of great ones in, so now i want to share some of our favorites. it's time for "screen grabs." here we go. [ applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: our first screen grab was sent in to us by julianne smith of washington, d.c. she was looking at coupons on and spotted this baby bjorn toilet trainer. get 50% off a baby. [ laughter and applause ] pretty good deal. put them in the back of the truck. they love it. next screen grab was sent in by gino valloni of st. louis. he saw joe biden on tv. there was a woman standing behind him with the same color hair. so, he paused the screen and --check this out. he got a mullet. [ laughter and applause ] business up front, party in the back. i'll get a truck. >> steve: that's what you got to get for your truck. >> jimmy: ask me how long my mullet is? >> steve: how big is your truck? >> jimmy: ask me how long my mullet is? >> steve: hey bud, how long's your mullet? >> jimmy: what's that? i stepped on your line. i couldn't hear you. hold on let me roll down the window, sorry. >> steve: here we go. >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: how long's your mullet, bud? >> jimmy: long enough. [ laughter ] [ applause ]
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shoot out. awful. >> steve: el camino. >> jimmy: all right, thank you. this next one was sent in by laura s. she was looking for gift ideas on amazon. let's see what they got. yep. look at the book on the right. gifts for homeless romantics. very specific. very specific category. [ laughter ] here's one from matt klein in great neck, new york. it's one of those captcha things, the squiggly words you have to type in where you can like buy tickets and stuff like
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that. let's check this out. that genitalia. [ laughter ] [ applause ] honey, i'm getting those taylor swift tickets for you. we're going to see 1-d. don't come into the office! get out of here! cover your eyes. [ laughter ] this one's great. it's from joshua dodd from dallas, texas, something he saw during a local news report. eyewitness to history. [ laughter ] [ applause ] that's rude. its wrong. that's wrong. >> steve: that's wrong. wrong. >> jimmy: enough is enough! enough is enough, i say. >> steve: history. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. this one here is sent in by luke christianson. he was looking at his twitter feed and saw this tweet., want to meet singles near you, browse profiles. and then look right above, followed by barack obama. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: why is barack obama on
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>> steve: i don't believe that. >> jimmy: this one is from tanner bass in charlotte, north carolina. it's something he spotted on his netflix page. check out morgan freeman. what's he looking at? [ laughter ] hey, morgan! eyes up here, buddy. >> steve: i'm an eyewitness. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this one's from shawn king in california. he was watching a show on univision called "sabadazo," a a game show. he saw a guy in the audience that looks like me. i don't know, you be the judge. does this look like me? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: the secret's out. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: sabadazo! >> steve: there you go. selleck. >> jimmy: i might grow a a mustache. >> steve: you know what? you're going to look good in a a mustache with your new truck. >> jimmy: ask me how big my mustache is. >> steve: no. >> jimmy: finally, the last screen grab was sent to us by -- i'm wearing a mustache -- the last screen grab was sent to us by shannon barr in jim thorpe, pennsylvania. she was looking through tv listings. found two shows playing back to back. and i'm not sure what to make out of this. i hate my butt holes. [ applause ] that's all the time we have for "screen grab." if you have a funny screen grab, e-mail it to us we might put it on the show. stick around. we'll be back with more of "the tonight show!" [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what could possibly hold together
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>> jimmy: our first guest is a a four time academy award nominee and golden globe-winning actress whose new film "the faith of love" will be in select theaters friday and available on demand across the country march 13th. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome annette bening! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: annette bening, welcome to our show. thank you so much for being here. you look gorgeous. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: thanks for coming to new york. >> it's my pleasure. >> jimmy: have you ever lived here? >> yes, i've lived here on and off since 1986. >> jimmy: oh, is that right? longer than i have. when did you first move here? were you doing theater? >> i was trying to do theater. i -- i was looking for a job. i auditioned for a show. i got an off-broadway show, and it moved to broadway, so i was
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very, very lucky. >> jimmy: wow! that's your big break. >> yes. >> jimmy: that was awesome. >> it was awesome. >> jimmy: do you remember your apartment? >> yeah, a friend of mine -- i sort of showed up without one, and a very dear friend of mine named sally had an apartment with a sort of extra big closet. and so -- >> jimmy: for real? >> i actually put the mattress in the closet and slept in the closet and i slept in her closet. >> jimmy: you lived in a a closet? i had a roommate in college that slept in a closet. we charged him rent money. we were, like, $80 a month or something like that. he was a tall guy. so his legs kind of hung out. kind of hung out. it was like a walk-in closet. but, his legs hung out the back of it. >> yeah, this was a walk-in closet. you couldn't quite stand up, but it didn't matter. >> jimmy: he put a dart board up in his closet. and like put posters on the walls and stuff. we actually were a little jealous. he was kind of having parties in his closet. [ laughter ] we'd go in there. it was really lame, but it was really fun, though. so you did theater before film. did you ever do a job where you're, like, that's it.
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i made it. that's my big break? >> no. i did -- when i was doing that play, when we were moving to broadway, i did do a pilot, and it was a television pilot. the last two people up for it were me and frances mcdormand. i got the job. they hired me for the pilot. and then i was fired. >> jimmy: you got fired from the job? >> yeah, after the pilot. >> jimmy: they just wanted to replace you? >> yeah, because they didn't think i was sexy or funny. >> jimmy: what? >> i know. >> jimmy: this is unbelievable. do we know, did it become a a giant hit? >> they did some episodes, yeah, they did, like, six episodes and then it ended. >> jimmy: well, that's not a a hit at all. that's a big flop. i can say that, absolutely. good for them. they made the wrong choice, see. suckers. they could have had annette bening. now, of course, they made the right choice. you made the right choice because now look at you, nominations for academy awards, you win golden globes. you're the best. you're annette bening. we love you. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know what i want
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to ask you. your husband, warren beatty, is now doing this dream project, right? he's been working on it for a a long time. howard hughes? >> yes. >> jimmy: you're in the movie as well? >> i am in the movie, yes. >> jimmy: how is it being directed by your husband? >> well, i have to say, it's pretty great. we've worked together a number of times. he's produced things i've been in. he's known to be quite a good director. so, i have to say, it's been so exciting. so exciting for the whole family. >> jimmy: does he go, one more take. no, honey, we're getting out here, let's go. we've already got the take, buddy. >> no, i try to just say yes. whatever he says, i just say yes. yes. >> jimmy: let's talk about the movie out now, it's called "the face of love," ed harris, robin williams. it's a drama. robin williams is a great dramatic actor. >> he is. he is. and he was very generous on the set, very forthcoming, very present. wanted so much to be there with all of us and make this film that was a labor of love. he also is hilarious. and you know, when the cameras weren't rolling and we were
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just hanging out, he's a a wonderful guy. >> jimmy: i love seeing comedians do dramatic stuff. louis c.k. >> yes. >> jimmy: fantastic in "american hustle." i love seeing that. i can't do either. i'm neither funny nor a good actor. right in the middle there. this movie, tell everyone what it's about. kind of a cool -- >> yeah, the director, ari posen, his mother told him about this experience where she was -- her husband had passed away, and she was visiting the l.a. county museum of art. and a man walked past her who looked exactly like her husband who had been dead for about ten years. and she saw this man. and she was just flooded with feeling of just actually, she -- it felt very good to her. she was very happy. and so -- she felt he was back. >> jimmy: and the guy, of course, has no idea why she's falling for him. >> so, she thought about it for a long time. she told ari about it. he started to dream about it, and then he wrote this story
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really of with that little seed of experience that began it all. i play a woman who's lost her husband who meets a man who looks a lot like him. >> jimmy: very good. here's a clip. here's annette bening with robin williams and ed harris in "the face of love." take a look. >> can i tell you something? >> yeah. >> i'm sorry if i made things awkward. just all those years of seeing you and garrett, what you have, i mean, you guys lit up a room. i just want a little of that for myself. i hope you understand. >> i do. i do. >> thanks. >> okay. >> see ya. >> okay. >> take care of yourself. >> okay. >> what was that all about? >> i'm sorry. >> you're not even going to introduce me? >> well, that was roger. >> roger who? >> he was a friend of ours. >> you don't introduce me to him? >> i'm sorry, he was a friend of garrett's. >> so what? garrett left you. to hell with it. i don't understand.
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>> i'm just -- i -- i'm just not ready. >> ready for what? >> i -- i'm not ready to share you. with everyone. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] the plot thickens. the plot thickens. i wanted to ask you if you wanted to play a game because you're super fun. and we play games here on our show. >> yes. >> jimmy: i was going to ask you if you every played -- this isuch a fun game. i love it. it's called flip cup. >> all the time. all the time. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you play flip cup all the time? >> i play it with my children. >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> i think it's the way to raise children. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's the way to raise -- it's where you take beer, chug it and you have to flip it and go down the line. >> yeah. it's an important game in our house. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's important for our country. so, then it's on. >> it's important for our country. >> jimmy: let's do it. it's on. here we go, annette bening and i are playing flip cup when we get back. how fun is that? ♪ amy: jonathon, my dog needs to go to yoga and then
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody! i'm here with annette bening. and we are going -- we're going head to head in the classic drinking game, flip cup. now, instead of teams, we'll be doing all the drinking and flipping -- i don't even know how to stretch. the game is simple. we each have six cups. first to drink the beer -- the first to drink the beer and flip all six of their cups over wins. all right. you no he how to do it, right?
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>> absolutely. >> jimmy: on your mark -- this one's for the children -- get set, go. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers ] [ cheers ] oh, you're going down, annette bening! >> oh! >> jimmy: you kids are gonna be so embarrassed. i'm so psyched. look at your mom! look at your mom! look at your mom! >> oh! >> jimmy: oh, my god. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> oh, man. >> jimmy: come on, jimmy! [ cheers ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm going to have a a heart attack! annette bening! isn't she lovely? "the face of love," in theaters friday. on demand, march 13th. norman reedus joins us next. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ do you really think... that when you've been set up, accused,
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>> jimmy: norman reedus right here, ladies and gentlemen. welcome to the show. you were just in new orleans. is that where you shoot the show? >> no, we shoot it about an hour south of atlanta, in a a town called sanoya. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah, in georgia. >> jimmy: so, new orleans just asked you to be the grand marshal in the mardi gras parade. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: that is major. >> it was amazing. and thank you, new orleans. i love that town. and -- parade, it was so fun. >> jimmy: how is it live? i mean, i've never been. is it everything you hear? oh, there it is. there's the video of you right there. there's the shortest video i've ever seen in my life. did that just happen? is that right? can we see it again? is that how long -- there it is. >> my throwing skills.
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>> jimmy: so they give you a a bunch of beads and then you just throw them out? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: and you see -- just naked people everywhere. is that what happens? >> i was a little disappointed because i didn't see a whole lot of boobs. i think that, um -- >> jimmy: you didn't? >> i think that's what the tourists do on bourbon street, not the locals. >> jimmy: oh, is that right? well, what is it like? what do you see from up there? >> oh, man, well you come in on a float. and, there's just, i mean, a a bazillion people screaming and screaming. and then you ride into the superdome. and there's -- i mean, like, 17, 18,000 people in there. and you're on top of a float, and everyone's in tuxedos. >> jimmy: no way. >> it's mind blowing. >> jimmy: that's such a fun place. i love new orleans. that's super, super cool. i like when people get excited about doing things, because i do. and i saw some of you -- because i saw you on twitter and instagram. by the way, your twitter name is @bigbaldhead? >> @bigbaldhead, yeah. i went to a concert when i was little of laurie anderson. >> jimmy: love laurie anderson, yeah. absolutely. >> she has a song on called "sharky's day."
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i remember when i was really little, i was sitting on the chair. and i looked up, and the first she comes out in this glow-in the-dark outfit. like -- and her head pops up. she goes "the sun is coming up, like a big, bald head." and it just stuck with me. so i went with big, bald head. >> jimmy: wow, see? that's what she does to you, i love that. >> yeah, it's cool. again, more things to be excited about. i saw this picture, and it's from @bigbaldhead. you're so psyched the meet fred armisen and kyle maclachlan. it's a very blurry picture, but i love that you we're excited to meet these guys. you're a big fan of fred armisen? >> oh, man, i love him. >> jimmy: have you met him before? >> you know, i met him at the "saturday night live" after-party when they did a a sketch of "walking dead." >> jimmy: yeah. i remember that, yeah. bill hader was -- was he you? >> he played me, yeah. [ laughter ] which was awesome. he was like -- you know what i mean? but he texted me and said, "can you come to the party afterwards? how'd i do?" i was like "oh, my god. i love you. i love 'saturday night live'." i went to the party and i saw fred.
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i think i hugged fred, like, 12 times. >> jimmy: why? did you just keep hugging him? >> i'm a hugger. i don't know. [ laughter ] you know what i mean? >> jimmy: you just kept hugging him. that's really fun, yeah. >> at about eight or nine, he was kind of like, again? >> jimmy: he said again? you're going to hug again? >> it was in his face. >> jimmy: you brought us a fun thing, here. this is just amazing that you can say that you have this. it's an action figure of yourself. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's pretty cool. [ applause ] what's it like getting an action figure? do they just watch the show and then just make these things up? do you have to pose for this? >> well, they keep making it with no sleeves, so i'm constantly doing -- trying to keep up with the little toy. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. you have to do, like, 40 push-ups before they do it. >> that's what i did. >> jimmy: when i was like, too, and my arms were just like that. same thing. i don't want to prove it to you now. it would make you feel bad. >> they do a scan of your face. and they kept -- they have a a little wand that they do, and they kept scanning my face. it would just be black right here. and they couldn't figure out -- they thought it was broken or
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something. i said "well, you know, i have a titanium eye socket." i was in a car crash and i have a metal eye socket. they were like, "oh, that makes sense." >> jimmy: you have a titanium eye socket. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's wild. >> i was in berlin at the berlin film festival. a mutual friend of ours, their band played. on the way home, i got hit by an 18-wheeler. i ended up in the hospital, having surgery. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. so they put in a titanium? >> yeah. >> jimmy: can you, like, shoot lasers or anything? [ laughter ] >> of course. durr. >> jimmy: yeah, durr, duh. you should. [ laser sound ] hey! how cool is that? >> not bad. >> jimmy: he can shoot lasers out of his eye! we have a clip i want to show. here's norman reedus in "walking dead," right there, everybody. >> what are we tracking? >> you tell me. you're the one that wanted to learn. >> well, something came through here.
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the pattern's all zig-zaggy. it's a walker. >> maybe it's a drunk. >> i'm getting good at this. pretty soon, i won't need you at all. >> yeah. keep on tracking. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] the biggest show in the whole wide world. >> yes. >> jimmy: and it's a bigger show. bigger than "big bang theory," bigger than any show. >> and up to our finale, it just gets crazier. we have a crazy finale. it just gets, like, more intense. >> jimmy: it couldn't happen to a better guy. we love you, man. we're big fans, over here, pal. >> me too. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: congratulations. norman reedus, "the walking dead" airs sundays at 9:00 p.m. on amc. the avett brothers perform next. they're really good! it's going to be great! ♪ [ male announcer ] mcdonald's dollar menu & more is all about getting more.
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barclay's center in brooklyn and saturday at td garden in boston. they are awesome. they are awesome. they are awesome. performing "skin and bones," please welcome the avett brothers! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ it's the skin and bones that keep me on the road the shoulderblades of a beast ♪ ♪ that haunts my soul wandering lonely and scared i live the tragedy i shared ♪ ♪ it's quick to drag you in but hard to shake a kiss that doesn't
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keep me turning back just to see those rumors turned to fact ♪ ♪ wandering lonely and scared i live the tragedy i shared ♪ ♪ i built the fence i hung the sign wine red letters said 'keep in mind ♪ ♪ where we've been so don't come in but how long can we live in shame ♪ ♪ and drop a life long curse on our own last name the trouble is we're used to it ♪ ♪ the trouble is we're used to it
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the trouble is we're used to it ♪ ♪ it's the tin and board that keep me going home but it's who i am that ♪ ♪ won't let me alone growing stronger and loud growing stronger and loud growing stronger and loud ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you bring it every time.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our thanks to annette bening, norman reedus, the avett brothers once again! [ cheers and applause ] fantastic. and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen. oh, my goodness. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a good night. hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> fred: from 30 rockerfeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- ice-t and coco, nick kroll,


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