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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about! welcome guys! oh, beautiful. make me feel so good. great new york city crowd. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. [ cheers and applause ] going to be a fun show. some election news. yesterday on cnn, michele bachmann denied that her campaign is losing steam and said all candidates have their ups and downs. then she said, "now, if you'll excuse me, i have to go hitch-hike to my next campaign stop." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] this isn't good. a new study found that global warming could cause a shortage of wine. [ boos ] which explains why today kathie lee and hoda installed solar panels on the roof of 30 rock. -- all day. >> steve: yeah. what'd she have?
she have a screwdriver? >> jimmy: screwdriver. they were drinking screwdrivers and using screwdrivers. [ light laughter ] using a hammer and getting hammered, yes. [ laughter ] >> steve: how green, it's called synergy. >> jimmy: this is weird. officials in venezuela have hired 120 mimes to help direct traffic. [ laughter ] it's so confusing. can you never tell if the mimes are telling you if they are telling you to stop or if they are just trapped in a box. [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] [ cheers ] >> steve: why would you do that? oh, it's a window. oh, my gosh, it's raining. >> jimmy: the old balloon trick. >> steve: oh, look out, he's going -- >> jimmy: hey, listen to this, you guys. cory booker, the mayor of newark, new jersey, is cutting the city's budget for toilet paper. which explains their new slogan, "newark, yes, it could smell any worse." [ laughter and applause ]
why would you -- get this, you guys, a papa john's delivery guy called the cops on a man who was using medical marijuana. yeah. [ scattered boos ] pizza guy called the cops on a stoner. it's all part of papa john's new business plan, trying to put themselves out of business. [ laughter ] the guy's totally stoned, he's probably going to order like 4 or 5 pizzas. oh, wait a sec. [ light laughter ] i just saw this, 100 people in queens were arrested for identity theft after an investigation called, "operation swiper." incidentally, operation swiper is also the plan to get toilet paper back in newark. [ laughter ] i'm going to try to get it back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hey -- [ light laughter ] -- did you hear about this? -- just have to fist pump, right? >> steve: yeah, you know.
>> jimmy: it happens. did you hear about this? a team of american scientists just traveled to russia to search for the abominable snowman. that's right. a mythical white creature who probably doesn't exist or, as republicans call that, a presidential candidate. [ cheers and applause ] anybody, we'll take anybody. it's getting crazy. speaking of republican candidates. after chris christie and sarah palin announced that they weren't running, it seems like the republicans are trying hard to keep people excited. take a look at this promo for tomorrow's debate. >> announcer: one night only! eight republican presidential hopefuls will go head to head in a verbal cage match. rick "sanitarium" santorum, hot as an oven mitt romney, newt the gingrich that stole christmas, jon "hair comb" huntsman, rick "the corn dog" perry, michele i'll be bachmann, herman cain will make it rain. and ron paul. there will be slandering, arguing and some of the most insane political conversing you've ever seen. >> is what gives me the
experience to put together a plan to help restructure the basis -- >> announcer: tune in! you down with g.o.p? yeah, you know me. tuesday night at dartmouth college. t me.so get me. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they're trying hard. >> steve: oh, my gosh. [ applause ] >> jimmy: dart-mouth college. and finally, you guys, during a golf tournament yesterday a fan was arrested for throwing a hot dog at tiger woods. tiger was like, "it's okay, i know how hard it is to control your wiener." no, no. [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: sounding good guys. we have a great show tonight. you know him from tv, movies, music, books. this guy does it all. ice-t is here!
[ cheers and applause ] talented guy. he's a very funny comedian who was on one of my favorite british shows of all time, "the mighty boosh," you're going to love him, rich fulcher is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] a very funny individual. and we've got a star-studded performance from yo gabba gabba! [ cheers and applause ] did you see it in the hallway. biz markie, erykah badu, bootsy collins, everybody's out. >> steve: oh, bootsy, baby. >> jimmy: yeah, bootsy, you know baby. hey bubba bubba. [ laughter ] now, obviously president obama has been in the news a lot lately, and one thing i've noticed about him is he has a very expressive face. it's like he has thousands of different facial expresses, one for every occasion. you all know the classic, like this one, the determined yet hopeful. but there are tons more of these you just don't see as often. can you almost tell what he's thinking just by looking at his face.
so tonight, i thought we'd take a look at some of his lesser known facial expresses in a segment we call "obama expressions." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: now, take a look at this first lesser known expression. [ light laughter ] this is the, "barack, you handsome son of a bitch." [ laughter ] this is another lesser known expression that comes out every once in a while. this is the, "i must have you." [ laughter ] this next one is great. this is from a white house event last month. this is, "damn, somebody's been working out." [ laughter and applause ] here's another one. this is from a recent stop on the campaign trail. this is the, "i'm cutting. deal with it." [ laughter ] he's allowed to cut. he's president. this next expression is one of my favorites.
this is from a recent fund-raising event. this is the, "ha-ha this guy, i have no idea who this guy is." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] here's another expression from a couple months ago when obama met the queen of england. this is the, "no, i do not know where you can score some weed." [ light laughter ] love that one. here's another one. this was from a top secret meeting with the white house security staff. this is the, well, "someone took my last hot pocket." [ laughter ] didn't just disappear. >> steve: didn't eat itself. >> jimmy: this next expression is very interesting. you don't see this one as often. this is the, "i'm so glad my imaginary friend is here." [ laughter and applause ] doesn't he look like -- who is that guy? he looks like an imaginary friend, right? >> steve: is that wilt chamberlain? or is that russell? is that russell. >> jimmy: bill russell? hey, obama.
we should go eat ice cream. here's another expression. take a look at this one. this is obama and vice president biden. this is the, "just admit, it joe, we're lost." [ laughter and applause ] where are we? [ cheers and applause ] here's one from a joint news conference with canadian prime minister stephen harper. this is the, "pretending to pay attention while actually thinking about the 1990s nickelodeon show 'all that.'" [ laughter ] you can tell by his face. [ scattered applause ] >> steve: yeah, you can. >> jimmy: this is another one. this is from the same conference. this is the, "man, 'all that' was such a great show. i wonder if it's out on dvd?" [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] here's one. this is the, "i mean, you've got kenan, you got kel, you got amanda bynes, you got that one big girl who did that 'vital information.' what was her name again? oh yeah, lori-beth denberg, man, they should totally bring back 'all that.'" [ cheers and applause ]
this next one here, this one is called, "remember that sketch on 'all that' where kenan was in the bathtub and he was like french or something, and he'd say things in french and then translates them to english but the englph ws something weird like, 'hey, take those pork chops out of your brassiere,' oh man, that was the funniest thing i ever heard, even though i still kind of don't get it, 'cause, why would anyone put pork chops there? anyway, e next day i said that in line at my fourth grade science class and i got in trouble by mrs. commerford, ha-ha, good times." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] must have been an interesting meeting. here's another one. this is the, "when you think about it, 'all that' is the perfect title for that show because it was all that, all that and a bag of chips. speaking of chips, you remember doritos 3-d? [ laughter ] they were like doritos but like three dimensional. why did they stop making them? if it were up to me they would bring back all doritos 3-d and
'all that.' hey, maybe that should be my campaign slogan for 2012. barack obama, he's 'all that.' [ laughter ] actually considering the republican candidates, i could make my campaign slogan, 'barack obama, he's doritos 3-d and i'd still win. [ cheers and applause ] imagine being a giant doritos 3-d chip who like walked around and talked and stuff and i was the president, that would be so weird. [ laughter ] in conclusion, 'all that' rules." amazing that he can convey all that -- [ cheers and applause ] -- just by his expression. he loves "all that." and finally, my last obama expression. this is the, "say hello to biden's new tudor." there it is. there you have. those were some great "facial expressions." stick around, we'll be right back with ice-t. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ay
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a founding father of gangsta rap and an accomplished actor. who is in his 12th season on nbc's "law & order: special victims unit" which airs wednesdays at 10:00 p.m. please welcome ice-t! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for coming back on our show. >> always man. >> jimmy: i love having you on the show. it's always fun. >> yeah, definitely. >> jimmy: last time we didn't talk -- "gears of war 3" hadn't come out yet. but now it's out and you're in it. >> definitely, you know, i'm griffin, i'm aaron griffin. i'm the only person that ever, you know, got away with talking mess to marcus phoenix. any gears fans in the place? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: giant game.
>> i'm a video gamer. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> i'm call of duty, i'm the whole nine yards so when it was time. i was doing a joke at my house with a guy named jay paul about how come he was in the game because there was a character named jay, and next thing you know he had me on the phone with cliffy b. >> jimmy: yeah, cliff bleszinski. >> exactly, and they said would really you like to be in the game? i'm like, "are you stupid?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: of course i want to be in that game. >> yeah. being in this game, it's like me being in one of the most major motion pictures everywhere because the game sold 3 million copies. >> jimmy: gosh. >> made over $1 billion already. >> jimmy: is that unbelievable. >> yeah, not -- no. because i know about games but -- you know, i was excited to be part of it, i was like wow. >> jimmy: do you play online? >> i'm a beast. i'm a beast. i'm a problem. i'm a problem. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i have a clan called smg, sex, money and guns. >> jimmy: uh-huh. [ laughter and applause ] >> and we just run around and shoot people with shotguns
and -- and lances -- >> jimmy: it's fun right? >> -- chainsaw them. you know what it is. >> jimmy: i follow you on twitter. you're great on twitter. >> thank you for helping me get on twitter. >> jimmy: oh. >> early in the game, you and qwest, you guys kind of jumped me off. 'cause when you get on twitter no one knows you're there. and certain people say hey, follow this guy. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and now, you know, i've been on there a couple years, i'm enjoying it. i'm having a great time. thanks to you. you got me started. >> jimmy: i appreciate that, thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you did all the work. you ought -- you had to go to jury duty. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean -- >> i don't like court, period. i'm on a court show, cop show, but in real life, no cops, no courts. >> jimmy: you want to say away from that. >> yes. so, i, you know -- >> jimmy: that must have been weird. to have you on the jury. >> let me backtrack. >> jimmy: yeah. if you're on twitter follow me @finallevel. >> jimmy: oh yeah. >> i'm @finallevel. so, i went in there because once the courts send you a -- a summons. >> jimmy: yeah.
>> you don't play with that. >> jimmy: no. >> you don't play with that. so, i showed up and i did jury duty. i kind of did jury duty. i went in there, i sat there, i was there about six, seven hours. i went, i saw one judge. they didn't want me to be in that particular case, and then finally just somebody said, "i think you should leave." because i was taking pictures with everybody in the courthouse. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're ice-t, yeah. that must be so weird, in the courtroom, that's -- that's "law & order." is this real or this a tv show? i know him. it gets weird. >> i think part of being on a jury is anonymity, so i think -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> in the middle -- if you're on trial and you look over and see me, you'd be like, "hold up." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is weird. a little weird. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: you're so busy, you do so many things from video games to tv. now you're a -- you're a novelist. >> yeah. i wrote a book, another book. this is a novel. >> jimmy: yeah.
this is your third book, right? >> yeah, third. >> jimmy: this is just a story. >> just a story. i got connected with some publishers. also my wife coco, she wrote a book. >> jimmy: yeah. >> she did a book too. >> jimmy: i don't know if i could ever write a book. here's her book, "angel." >> sure you could write a book. >> jimmy: i don't think i could -- >> yeah, every -- >> jimmy: i could write a -- >> you're stupid. >> jimmy: look how thick it is. that's my book. [ cheers and applause ] that's my book. that's a book. >> that is a book. >> jimmy: that is a book -- this is a pamphlet. >> it's not that hard. i mean, what you do, you get with a co-writer that teaches you how to actually write books. it's like going into a studio making a record. if you never made a record, you can sing, but you don't know how to make a record. so, you get a co-writer and they walk it through it, but everybody has a story in their head. you know. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, can you write one page and then all you've got to do is write 299 more. >> jimmy: that's 300. >> and then you've got a book. "law & order," it's not "war and peace."
>> jimmy: again, it's -- it's an actual book. "king's advice," is what it's called. >> i stopped selling records. i'm writing books. i don't have to go to the radio for them. i can i put out as many books as i want. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: are you going to do more of these? >> hell yeah. i got more stories. i got a part two to that. i'm writing a lot more books. >> jimmy: well, i like that. [ applause ] i just heard that you -- you hosted a tattoo convention. >> yeah. >> jimmy: with coco. >> and i have no tattoos. >> jimmy: how -- how do you get asked to do these things? >> i think because -- people that rock tattoos are kind of a fringe type of group. and they are usually my fans, you know, they are edgy people, bikers, you know, hard core individuals. so, they figure let's have ice and coco come and they loved us. i have a bullet hole. >> jimmy: like a real bullet hole? [ cheers ] >> so, that's my tattoo. >> jimmy: and that's a real --
that's a really great bullet hole tattoo. no, that's a bullet hole. >> it's a real one. >> jimmy: did you ever attempt -- were you ever tempted to get a tattoo? >> yeah, when i was in the service. i was in military, and i was stationed at schofield barracks, 26th infantry division. one time i was going to get a tattoo on my arm that said "born to lose." i don't know why. i went in there and looked at it -- [ laughter ] and i guess life wasn't at that point -- i was marching through the mountains, and i was like -- and it had a snake eye, and it said "born to lose." so, i went and i told the tattoo artist i wanted it and he said, "no, i won't do that on you -- you look like a winner." >> jimmy: is that right? [ applause ] he's right. he's absolutely right. now, uh, is "law & order: svu." your 12th season? >> uh, i came in the last episode of the first season, so officially you can call it 12, but i'm saying it's 13 because i was part of the first season, too. >> jimmy: yeah.
and, uh, chris meloni is now gone. >> yeah, chris is gone. you know, he moved on to bigger and better things. i mean, his fans are really rock solid fans. respect to chris. i love chris. >> jimmy: i love him, too. >> but when you're on television sometimes you say, "i want to go off and do movies." you've got to look at denzel. you've got to look at clooney. you got to look at people like that, that make that move. and that was his time, and i respect him and now we've got danny pino, who was on "cold case," you know. we've got, oh, lord have mercy. >> kelly giddish. >> jimmy: kelly giddish, yes. >> lord have mercy. that's it. now i've got to go back to the set. we've got kelly giddish and still mariska. >> jimmy: ah, i love mariska hargitay. >> incredible, and the fans are even better. and i was on twitter with them, and they were kind of worried about the show. but after three episodes they were, "like you guys got it." >> jimmy: yeah, right back. >> we're going in. >> jimmy: well we have clip. i'm going to show everybody here is ice-t in "law & order." check it out. >> number five, step forward. number five. back.
number six, step forward. back. okay. all you gentlemen can leave. pick up your $10 down the hall. number five, please stay. >> i don't understand. >> you should have stayed down south, gabriel. your game wasn't ready for the big city. those girls you raped just made you, both of them. >> that can't be. >> you're done. >> jimmy: yeah. that's where it is. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: coco -- coco is here, right? >> yeah, coco is always very close. >> jimmy: yeah, so, coco is here. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and, uh, when we get back, we're going to be playing a game, ice and coco, me and higgins. there she is in the bud light lime green room. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ live garden.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. i'm here with ice-t, and he's joined by his lovely wife, coco. welcome coco, thank you for being here. [ cheers ] i got my main man higgins over here. we're going to play a little pictionary. okay. now, the rules are simple. we pick a clue, announce if it's an action, object, person, or phrase, then start drawing. okay, 30 seconds on the clock per turn. we'll each go once. sketch to our teammates. one point per correct guess then coco and i will have a showdown where we draw the same clue at the same time with ice-t and higgins guessing. you're so excited about this. >> honestly, i'm the worst drawer in the history of the world. >> by the way, she was practicing drawing backstage. you should have framed that, by the way. do you have it? >> it's the worst. >> jimmy: it is really sad. >> you should have burned that picture. >> jimmy: no, no. i want you to -- >> it's sad. it's sad. >> jimmy: it's really funny you drew like a wine bottle and it looked like a penguin. >> it did. i know. >> it was. yeah. >> here we go. don't let him get in your head. don't let him get in your head. >> yeah, yeah. i know. >> jimmy: me and higgins go
there. all right. you can start over there. coco you go first. >> okay. >> jimmy: all right, thanks. i'm up first. >> we all get to pick or just me. >> jimmy: just you. >> okay. all right. >> jimmy: now, pick -- pick a number and then that will be the clue. >> okay. i do? >> steve: i pick a number? >> jimmy: yeah. you pick a number. ooh, interesting. >> if i see it, is that okay? [ light laughter ] >> oh, my god. >> okay. now, she have to tell me what it is? >> jimmy: yeah. you can tell say if it's an action or -- >> okay, it's a phrase. >> oh, lord. [ laughter ] okay. hide it. don't let me see it. >> okay. >> i don't want to cheat -- >> jimmy: you put it in that box. there you go. >> -- even though i do. okay. >> jimmy: all right. 30 seconds on the clock. >> there you go, t. >> jimmy: here we go. >> a phrase? >> jimmy: and a phrase. all right, go. >> ready? >> jimmy: yeah. >> rain. >> um. >> rain, rain, rain. no, go away. rain, rain, go away? >> oh. >> ra -- rain -- rain dog. [ laughter ] re -- rein -- reindeer, dog?
[ laughter ] rain -- rain dog? dog? >> agh. >> rain dog poop. [ laughter ] rain, rain don't go -- raining dog cat. [ sad tuba ] >> what? >> that looks like a giant -- >> raining dogs and cats. >> raining dogs and cats. >> jimmy: raining cats and dogs. >> raining cats and -- >> why didn't you put the cat first? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's all right. you did good. you did good. you did good. [ cheers ] all right. here we go. which one? >> all right. all right. all right. >> steve: lucky seven. >> all right. >> jimmy: okay. >> steve: okay boy. >> oh, oh. >> okay. >> steve: all right. come on. you got it. >> jimmy: okay, ready? >> steve: no. >> jimmy: it's a person. >> steve: a person. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: got it. ready, go. david duke. [ light laughter ] he's all white. i was joking. chef boyardee.
a mushroom. stickman jones. [ laughter ] a chef. the angel. ia that a halo, a hat? pizza hat. no. chef. no. stop it. cross out. >> jimmy: i can't draw it. i'm freaking out. coco, don't laugh at me! [ laughter ] >> steve: god, is he a president? >> we might have a chance. >> steve: all right. he's got in his hand, a gun. he's a robber. >> no, he's not a robber. [ buzzer ] [ sad tuba ] >> jimmy: i can't point to him but it was a cop. >> steve: oh. >> oh. >> jimmy: or detective. >> steve: a detective. oh, lord. >> my -- my -- my dog dinosaur doesn't look so bad now. >> now do i got to -- >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. that is pretty bad. >> okay, okay. we're tied. >> jimmy: we're tied. all right. you're up now. >> okay. what? i gotta draw? >> jimmy: yes. >> okay. [ cheers ] >> come on. >> you're a good drawer, honey. >> that's not what i do. >> you're good though. [ laughter ]
you're good. >> oh, not the deuce. >> jimmy: you picked the deuce. [ laughter ] >> okay. oh, my gosh. >> it's a person. >> it's a person? >> yeah. >> okay. [ light laughter ] >> okay. >> ready? >> ice. coco. >> jimmy: you can't just guess you. >> ice cube. a person, um. a person -- that is holding a suitcase. a businessman? a businessman? is he smoking? [ laughter ] is he -- oh, my god. i don't -- what -- what are you -- what is that? [ buzzer ] [ sad tuba ] >> jimmy: i mean that was -- is it a chef? >> it's a chef. >> that's a chef? >> that's a guy with a spoon
and -- >> steve: ice-cube. >> a pot with steam coming out. that was fire. >> jimmy: that was really good. that was really good. that was really good. >> okay. that was good. >> jimmy: okay. that was good. that was good. >> okay. >> okay. >> five, five. >> this ain't easy. >> it's not. >> jimmy: all right, hig. [ audience shouting ] >> steve: number nine. >> jimmy: number nine. >> steve: all right. >> oh, i should have finished the hat. >> jimmy: i know. >> steve: it's a phrase. >> jimmy: you can't do it now. you can't go back. i put the hat a chef hat on my cop. >> steve: it's a -- phrase. it's a phrase. >> jimmy: it's a phrase. okay. >> yeah. >> oh, phrases are hard. >> steve: ready? >> jimmy: yeah. tie. tie one on?
tie -- is that -- a knot? tie the knot. >> steve: yes. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: tie the not, tie the knot. >> jimmy: what's that in the middle? >> steve: that was me trying to do a knot. i was not impressed. i better not. >> jimmy: here we go. showdown right now. >> okay. >> jimmy: it's me and you. >> oh my god. >> jimmy: and this is for the win. it's for all the marbles. >> showdown. [ cheers ] >> i'll never here the end of this. all right. know what to do? both did the same one. >> i should be -- i should get this. >> jimmy: i know. yeah, yeah, you should. [ laughter ] all right. take both. we've got to -- we've got to act quick. >> steve: all right. >> okay. >> jimmy: ready? >> all right. >> woah. what is it, a clue. >> jimmy: it's a thing. it's a thing. >> sorry. >> jimmy: it's a thing. >> steve: a thing. >> an object. >> jimmy: it's an object. >> steve: an object. >> jimmy: ready? >> steve: ready.
>> jimmy: go. >> steve: go. >> go. >> steve: a gun. a pistol. a machine gun. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> yes. >> jimmy: who said machine gun? higgins did. we won! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ice-t and coco, everybody. oh, my gosh. pick up their books and be sure to watch "law & order: svu" wednesdays at 10:00 p.m. on nbc. rich fulcher joins us next. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i'd race down that hill without a helmet. i took some steep risks in my teens. i'd never ride without one now. and since my doctor prescribed lipitor, i won't go without it for my high cholesterol and my risk of heart attack. why kid myself? diet and exercise weren't lowering my cholesterol enough. now i'm eating healthier, exercising more, taking lipitor. numbers don't lie. my cholesterol's stayed down. lipitor is fda approved to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke in patients who have heart disease
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a very funny comedian. he just released a dvd of another great show that he's done here it's called "snuff box." it's -- it's pretty out there. [ light laughter ] take a look at some of the stuff he does. ♪ ♪ i'm a rapper with a baby with a baby i've got a little bitty mother [ bleep ] baby ♪ ♪ don't say maybe he's got a baby he got it 'cause he did
it wita lady ♪a [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: give it up for rich fulcher! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i'm too sexy for my shirt too sexy for my shirt so sexy it hurts ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's the way you walk you can out and sit. >> yeah. ice-t's on the show -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> -- so, i wanted to do something. >> jimmy: yeah. so, yeah. >> your result. >> jimmy: result. dude, ice-t's on the show so generally -- so, you're rapping. isn't that's weird. >> and he's doing pictionary. i'm like a big pictionary guy. >> jimmy: what happened? yeah. dude, thanks for being on the show. i'm a big -- big fan of yours. and i -- >> oh, thanks. >> jimmy: i met you back when we had the boosh on. "the mighty boosh." >> yeah, i wasn't on that show. >> jimmy: no, but you were here though. >> yeah. >> jimmy: right? back in the hallway. yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: lurking. >> and i made this little joke
and i don't think you'd like it. i mean, i said something about paul mccartney, and i was just joking, and i said, "that paul mccartney's a dick." [ laughter ] just as a joke. i love paul mccartney. >> jimmy: clearly. yeah, clearly. who would ever call paul -- >> you kind of went, "oh." >> jimmy: oh, no. i always -- i laughed, i laughed. >> okay. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, definitely man. [ laughter ] i did, i laughed. i know paul mccartney. >> oh, yeah. you know jokes. >> jimmy: why would you call -- i know jokes. i know you would never call paul mccartney a dick. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> sure. >> jimmy: i got it. >> i love him. >> jimmy: i love him. >> hey jude. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's now how you sing "hey jude." >> well, you know, it's minimalist. ♪ hey jude >> jimmy: yeah. that's good actually. we don't have to pay for it -- >> ♪ don't make it bad [ laughter ] >> jimmy: now you -- >> too much coffee. >> jimmy: no, this is great. but, i want to explain to everybody that you are american. >> i am american. [ laughter ] [ with accent ] >> jimmy: you are american. >> i'm american, yeah. >> jimmy: but you -- you started out in chicago, yeah? >> yeah. i started with a lot of friends of yours, you know, horatio, rachel dratch --
>> jimmy: did you really? >> matt walsh, all those guys. >> jimmy: yeah. you did second city? >> i did second city, and then i started to do the edinboro festival. and then that's how i got caught up with all the london comics, and you know, and just started doing stuff. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and so then you just ended up being the zookeeper on "mighty boosh." >> yes. >> jimmy: and you're, i mean, gosh. so, funny. >> i had no plans. i got stuck -- i was on this sketch show with julian and noel, and we were the only ones that bonded. like everybody else, we didn't really get. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and so we said, "why don't we put on a show," and they had this idea for this zookeeper. like, originally, like, my hair was supposed to be shaped like an animal. [ laughter ] and the zookeeper, the thing about the zookeeper is he doesn't understand the animal's names, and even though he runs the zoo, he calls like the snake the long windy mover. and the elephants are the gray leg-faced man, and the pandas are the black and white chinese people who eat sticks.
>> jimmy: yeah. that's what pandas are. >> yeah. amazing. >> jimmy: you'd think he'd learned the animals' names. >> yeah. no. he doesn't know. >> jimmy: and he doesn't like cricket either. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, i love that. >> he plays golf. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean, it's weird stuff. i mean, i love that you have that sense of humor. it's very -- it's very kind of british. >> yeah. >> jimmy: not weird. >> i've always had that sensibility, but i think there's people out here that like that kind of stuff. >> jimmy: oh, i mean, i love it. i mean, i love -- you're doing this -- this is fantastic. look at this. >> yeah. >> jimmy: "snuff box," this is one of the weirdest shows i think i've ever seen. >> it's very bizarre. >> jimmy: i love it though. it's just so -- it's like a comedy workout for your brain. >> yeah. well, we were offered to do the sketch show, but we didn't really wanna do your basic garden variety sketches, so we had a running theme where me and matt berry, the other guy on the show -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> we play hangman, hence the
tie, the hang man tie. >> jimmy: yeah. very nice. >> and so, all the sketches offshoot. it's like a men's club, and then all the crazy sketches come off of that. >> jimmy: fantastic stuff. i know him from garth marenghi's "darkplace." >> yeah. >> jimmy: have you ever see that thing? >> it's great. >> jimmy: it's so -- it's really fantastic. >> great voice. he's got a great, great voice. >> jimmy: he does an amazing voice. yeah, yeah. but, i mean you get to be as weird as you want on this. and people accept it. >> yeah. we really have no adult supervision on this. >> jimmy: yeah, we don't really have this in america so much. >> no. >> jimmy: it's like -- i feel like -- there's almost like a reign on some comedy, like you're only allowed to be so weird. >> but then again, jimmy, we did not get picked up. >> jimmy: oh. all right, well -- [ laughter ] >> we did not get picked up. >> jimmy: you did not get picked up? no. but, i'm not sure how many seasons you want to do. i mean, this it's so gosh darn funny. >> it became a bit of a cult hit, and that's why we wanted to release it here. >> jimmy: it's big on youtube. >> it's big on youtube, and i always get people in los angeles that go, "hey, i love you on that "snuff box," that's a webisode, right?" and i go, "no, it's not a webisode." >> jimmy: and you punch them? >> yes. >> jimmy: you punch people? >> i punch them in their hand. [ laughter ] show me your hand. >> jimmy: that's become -- >> yeah.
>> jimmy: yeah, that's how you say -- you say, "no, it's not. give me your hand." >> yeah. >> jimmy: and give it a good punch. >> it's usually someone in an apple store. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. usually it's always -- >> jimmy: yeah, anyone. >> it's always one of those guys that recognized me. >> jimmy: yeah. >> "hey, would you like to buy an apple -- oh, you're that guy." >> jimmy: yeah, i saw you on your webisode. >> "yeah, you're on the webisode, guy." >> jimmy: hand punch. yeah. >> "ow, how am i gonna sell laptops?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he says that after you punch him in the hand? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. i want to show another clip from "snuff box" just so people can see how funny you are. here's rich fulcher, you guys. >> i know i'm not supposed to say this on the first date, but i really, really like you. >> i know i'm not supposed to say this either, but i really, really like you, too. >> that's great. because i didn't know, you know? i thought -- >> in fact, i like you so much i don't think we should even kiss --
until we get married which should be tonight. we could check into a youth hostel, because i don't have any money. i lost it all in a darts game and we could make wild passionate love. and then i could steal a pig and kill it with a stick, and you could cook it. i don't know if you cook or not. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "snuff box" is out on dvd tomorrow. rich fulcher, everybody! yo gabba gabba perform next. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ walking my own way ♪ it's just how i want to do it ♪ ♪ changing of my mind ♪ it's just how we're gonna do it ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] turn your world upside down with gillette fusion proglide because you can shave against the grain with comfort. fusion proglide's microcomb guides hair for its thinner blades to cut close effortlessly.
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>> thank you, we would like to dedicate this to the memory of sylvia robinson. >> let's get this party started! yo gabba gabba! ♪ >> dj lance rock coming at you with the roots. i got foofa, toodee, brobee, plex and muno. and i brought my friends bootsy collins, mark mothersbaugh, biz markie, erykah badu, leslie hall and kimba. and, guess what, y'all? we're gonna party today. ♪ we're gonna party today so get up we're gonna party today so let's get down ♪ ♪ we're gonna party today so get up we're gonna party today ♪ all our friends are here we're jamming under the sun ♪ we don't need a magic star to have some fun ♪
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i'm so glad ♪ ♪ all my friends are here to play and all we really want to say-ay-ay is ♪ ♪ we're gonna party today so get up we're gonna party today so let's get down ♪ ♪ we're gonna party today so get up we're gonna party today ♪ ♪ mic check one two, one two you got the roots boots, biz and badu ♪ ♪ my man mark, crew and dj lance yo gabba gabba it's time to dance ♪ ♪ ain't no party like a yo gabba party 'cause a yo gabba party don't stop ♪ ♪ we're gonna party today so get up we're gonna party today so let's get down ♪ ♪ we're gonna party today so get up
we're gonna party today so let's get down ♪ ♪ we're gonna party today so get up we're gonna party today so let's get down ♪ ♪ we're gonna party today so get up we're gonna party today so let's get down ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ain't no party like a yo gabba party 'cause a yo gabba party don't stop ♪ ♪ ain't no party like a yo gabba party 'cause a yo gabba party don't stop ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hell yeah. hell yeah. thank you. yo gabba gabba, come on! [ cheers and applause ] that was pretty amazing. tune in sunday for a new episode on nick jr. and pick up the album, "music is awesome: volume 3" and the dvd "there's a party