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♪ it won't let up [ cheers and applause ] miss piggy, mickey rourke, "jimmy fallon" is happening
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[ cheers and applause ] >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, wow! that's a crowd right there! the energy. thank you so much, everybody! welcome. it's going to be a fun show tonight. wow, it's a hot one. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. here is -- [ cheers and applause ] a big show tonight. yeah, you feel it. you feel it. here's some election news, you guys. this week, mitt romney's campaign sent out automated phone calls saying that rick perry is too soft on immigration. yeah. the call was like, "for english, press one." [ laughter ] "para espanol, go talk to your buddy, rick perry." [ laughter ] "you love him so much." [ light laughter ] this is pretty interesting, you guys. google announced that it is changing its search formula to make results more current. yeah, you can tell if their results are a bit out of date. this morning i googled kim kardashian, and it was like, "do you mean mrs. kardashian?" i said, "no." [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] it's out of date. the thing is out of date, man. >> steve: not up-to-date.
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>> jimmy: got to get up-to-date. >> steve: nope. current. >> jimmy: some more tech news, a new study found that a growing number of people think the internet is just as important as food, water and shelter. [ light laughter ] explains why today a guy in the subway was like, "spare a facebook friend?" [ laughter ] "spare a facebook friend? twitter followers? twitter followers?" [ light laughter ] you guys hear about this? swarms of rare mosquitoes from the sewer are invading neighborhoods here in new york. [ light laughter ] it's getting crazy. when the mosquitoes ran into the bedbugs, it was like -- ♪ [ laughter and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ laughter ] gang violence.
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[ cheers and applause ] i don't like gang fights. >> steve: crazy. >> jimmy: gang violence. this is insane. this is a true story. this is crazy. an 83-year-old man in iowa was just arrested for prostituting himself out to women. [ laughter ] yeah. he said it would be $100 to have sex. $200 to not have sex. [ laughter ] yeah, an 83-year-old male prostitute. it's a little weird. instead of asking clients for cash, he asked that they pay him in war bonds. [ laughter ] >> steve: hey -- ho!. >> jimmy: i don't know what to make of this. a man called the police this week after a snake crawled out of the atm he was using. [ light laughter ] yeah. the snake was immediately captured and returned to his position as the bank's ceo. [ laughter ] so, he's -- [ cheers and applause ] occupy wall street. you know what i'm talking about. come on. you know what i'm talking about. get this.
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a town in florida is facing criticism for holding a mullet tossing contest -- [ laughter ] -- where contestants throw a mullet fish as far as they can. incidentally, mullet tossing is the first step in the redneck mating call. [ light laughter ] "you got a real pretty smile." and finally, next tuesday, an steroid the size of an aircraft carrier is expected to pass close to earth. if that weren't scary enough, i heard there's an 83-year-old male prostitute running around. [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight, you guys! give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, we have a huge show tonight! could not be more excited about this guy, comedy legend. one of my all-time favorites. i always wanted to talk to him. the star of the new movie "tower heist," eddie murphy is here!
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[ cheers and applause ] love him. >> steve: love him. >> jimmy: grew up with him. just amazing. another hilarious guy -- he's another one of my favorites. now he's the host of "the price is right." drew carey is stopping by! [ cheers and applause ] i mean, come on. what more do you want? but -- well, we do have more. childish gambino is performing! [ cheers and applause ] childish gambino -- this guy is unbelievable. >> steve: yeah. god bless him. >> jimmy: donald glover, you know. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: very nice dude. >> jimmy: very nice dude. a great actor, but super talented. him rapping is unbelievable, and he becomes his character, childish gambino. yeah. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: that's his whole thing. and if you don't know who childish gambino is, write it down. because you'll know who it is after you see him tonight. and you go -- yeah. and take a picture. a mental picture. i mean, like, this guy is going to blow -- he's going to blow. he's already -- he sold out, like, some crazy show last night. >> steve: yeah.
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>> jimmy: like 800 million people last night. [ laughter ] >> steve: i think it's 1800 -- yeah, 1800 million. >> jimmy: yeah, whatever. 1800 million. i didn't read the e-mail. [ light laughter ] but anyways -- but today is friday, and that's usually when i do catch up my stuff. you know, i check my inbox. you know, i -- i like to send out some thank you notes. so, i was wondering if you guys don't mind -- [ cheers and applause ] -- i'd like to write out a few thank you notes. is that okay? can i write out a few thank you notes? [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. james? can i get some thank you note writing music, please? ♪ [ light laughter ] ♪ james. james, you're on camera. [ light laughter ] [ light laughter ] ♪ [ light laughter ] thank you, daylight savings time, or as i like to call you, hangover appreciation day. [ laughter ] [ applause ]
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one more hour. ♪ [ light laughter ] thank you, futon, for being couches that dropped out of college. [ laughter ] [ applause ] ♪ [ light laughter ] thank you, the 1980s game, simon, for being reincarnated as the google chrome logo. [ laughter ] [ applause ] it's good. i don't know how they thought about that. [ imitating simon game ] >> steve: boop boop boop boop boop boop boop. beep boop boop boop boop boop. beep boop boop. [ farting noises ] [ laughter ] [ duck quack ] [ cheers and applause ] [ duck quack ] [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ >> jimmy: thank you, reflective mirrors on atm machines, for instantly transforming me into a beastie boys video whenever i have to withdraw $20. [ laughter ] ♪ peg leg at the end of my stump-a ♪ ♪ thank you, cones that dogs wear to keep from scratching themselves, for looking more like a dog face martini. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: those aren't olives. >> jimmy: what? >> steve: those aren't olives. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, they were olives. they were -- they were olives. they were olives. they were olives. [ light laughter ] they weren't olives. they were not olives.
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♪ thank you, "america's funniest home videos," for being like youtube for old people. [ laughter ] [ applause ] i love that show. >> steve: i love it. ♪ america america this is you ♪ ♪ ♪ [ mumbling ] ♪ they'll come and go ♪ ♪ you're the red white and blue oh the funny things you do ♪ ♪ america america this is you ♪ >> steve: "i'm tom bergeron." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the last one right here. [ audience aws ] ♪ [ light laughter ] thank you, kris humphries, for not being able to keep up with the kardashians. [ cheers and applause ]
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there you have it! those are my thank you notes! we'll be back with more "late night," everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] at&t and verizon charge you extra for going over 2 gigabytes of data. t-mobile slows down your data speed. with sprint you don't get charged extra and you don't slow down. and you get unlimited data, text and calling to any mobile -- for only $79.99. the best unlimited plan...wins. make the most of unlimited data with a brilliant screen on a pencil thin phone. introducing the samsung galaxy s ii epic 4g touch. trouble hearing on the phone? visit sprintrelay.com.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is an emmy and oscar-nominated actor who has won golden globe and grammy awards. he's one of the biggest box office stars in the world, and his new film, "tower heist," is in theaters today. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome eddie murphy! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ my girls wants to i believe the children are our future ♪ ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> that's a medley. >> jimmy: that's a medley. >> that's an eddie murphy masterpiece. >> jimmy: medley -- that's a medley for you. no, we are big fans of you over here. gosh, i'm so happy to meet you right now. >> yeah. good to meet you, too, man. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] don't get too excited now. yeah, yeah. now, last time -- when was the last time you were here at 30 rock? your career took off here in 30 rock? >> you know, i didn't even realize i was in 30 rock until five seconds ago. there were guys said, "how long has it been since you've been here?" and i was like, "what building are we in?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: where am i? >> i was talking to somebody. we came in the garage. i didn't know where i was till i got upstairs. i haven't been in this building in 25 years. >> jimmy: is that right? yeah. oh, my gosh. welcome back. i mean -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: i -- [ laughter ] i -- i'm the biggest fan of yours. i remember, like -- i can recite anything you ever did on "saturday night live." and, like, you kind of -- you made me want to be a comedian, you know?
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and i -- >> aw. >> jimmy: i have this thing -- well, still, i -- please. i had this thing up hanging in my office. this is in my office upstairs. do you remember this at all? [ laughter ] >> yeah, that was when nick canceled and we had to -- i had to fill in as host. >> jimmy: yeah. so, here's the deal. back in the day of "saturday night live," they didn't have, like, computer graphics to show the bumpers are coming out to say that film, a photograph of whoever was hosting the show. and nick nolte was hosting the show. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and that week -- and then i heard that something happened. >> yeah. he got, you know -- yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. he had a little -- >> i had to fill in 'cause i was in the movie, too. >> jimmy: so you're in the movie, too. so they just took -- eddie murphy was on the cast at the time, so they just cut your head shot out and glued it to nick nolte's face? [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, look at that. >> that's how long ago it was. >> jimmy: i mean, that -- the original is -- it's hanging in my office, and if -- >> that's how long it's been. that's how long ago it was. >> jimmy: if you want it, yeah -- you can have the original, of course. it's you. if you want it, but --
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[ laughter ] that must have been crazy, though. i mean, when you -- as a cast member. did you look at it that way, cast member going to host? >> no. we were having fun. you know what it's like on that show, and -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> and you're ready to go with whatever comes up, you know, so i was having fun. >> jimmy: but you were like, "i've got to be in all nick's sketches." like, this is crazy. >> no, what happened was, nick cancelled on, like, monday. on monday. >> jimmy: oh, so you had all week. >> he came in and we had the cast meeting. we met with the host and everything. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> and then afterwards, it was like, "hey, i'm not coming." [ laughter ] [ impersonating nolte ] >> jimmy: "i don't think i can make it." >> so we had to, you know -- from tuesday on, we just knew nick wasn't coming. it wasn't like we got a bunch of sketches written. >> jimmy: was the cast mad? >> no, you know how it is. >> jimmy: man, they must have hated you. it was like, "wait. why can't i host?" >> no. it was like, "oh, he's not coming." and then it was like, "hey, let eddie host." you know what made them mad? i didn't say, "live from new york, it's saturday night." i said, "live from new york, it's 'the eddie murphy show.'" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god! >> it was crazy. it was crazy. meetings. >> jimmy: oh, my god. meetings.
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>> people were having meetings. and in the hallway, crying. crazy. "how could you say that?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "how dare he?" >> yeah. >> jimmy: but it's live, and that's fun. man, you hit home runs on that show. >> yeah. you too, man. >> jimmy: i mean -- oh, no. please. thanks so much. i mean -- [ cheers and applause ] "mr. robinson's neighborhood." i'm going to go real quick. "mr. robinson's neighborhood." i used to imitate "mr. robinson's neighborhood" because even this song. ♪ won't you be my neighbor >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that was so good. "buckwheat sings." buck -- here's why i love buckwheat. i know -- this is a true story. because my other favorite thing was when buckwheat got shot. >> yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think that was brilliant. >> that's one of my favorite things. me, barry and david wrote that. i got tired of doing it because i would be outside doing -- did buckwheat and people on the street going, "hey, what's up, buckwheat?" [ laughter ] hey. we're going to have to kill buckwheat because i'm not going to be buckwheat, so we killed him off. [ laughter ] and one dude called me buckwheat, and i got kind of --
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i was, "hey, man." i said, "hey, i look like buckwheat?" and the dude looked me in the eyes and said, "man, you look like buckwheat to me all my life." [ laughter ] he was, like -- that i was mad. i was like, "whoa." >> jimmy: so, you went in -- and said, "i've got to kill buckwheat"? >> i had to kill buckwheat. [ laughter ] because that was back in the day, you know, when, you know, you could wind up really being called buckwheat forever. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no -- you get worried about that stuff. because you get one catch phrase and everyone's going like -- >> because if you're on a sitcom back in the day, you know, if you do one show, you're that character forever. and you don't want that to happen. >> jimmy: yeah. kramer is always going to be kramer. that's the way it's going to be. he could come out with something where he's a detective. be like, he's a detective, but that's kramer. [ laughter ] it's hard to do that stuff. "james brown celebrity hot tub party." i mean, come on. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, that's just insane. that's like -- i would just -- you hear how loud the audience response is. and i know those things, when you're at "snl," i've had, like -- i've seen it, like, happen twice, maybe like that, when it's that electric. and it's like, "oh, my gosh, how fun that was." like --you know -- [ as eddie murphy ] "well, well, well." ♪ [ light laughter ]
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but, i mean, james brown, i mean, come on. who thought of "celebrity hot tub"? why would he be in a hot tub? >> i actually didn't think that was funny until we did it. barry blaustein and david sheffield who wrote "coming to america" with me and "boomerang" and "nutty professor." [ cheers and applause ] a lot of that stuff on "saturday night live" -- that really classic stuff, those guys wrote that. and that was one of those things that i didn't get till we did it. >> jimmy: it's weird. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, it's a weird sketch. it's like, why would james brown get in a hot tub? >> i didn't get it back then. i was like you. i think it was an herb-induced sketch. i think they was like -- [ laughter ] "if you was james brown in the hot tub." and when i heard, i was like, "james brown in the hot tub?" they were like, "no, listen. it's james brown in the hot tub. that would be funny --" [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: james brown in a hot tub. i mean, weird, right? >> yeah, and i didn't -- back then, i hadn't smoked a joint, so i didn't get the joke. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: then you figured it out. and did james ever call you on it? >> james brown actually loved
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it. james brown actually told me -- i did this horrendous film once that he did a cameo in. a movie called "holy man." it wasn't that bad, but it was pretty bad. [ laughter ] and i saw him backstage. he told me, "you should do my life story." and i was like -- well, i said, "people would be laughing." he said, "no, no." he said -- he goes, "they'd be laughing if you was playin' around, but if you were serious, people will take it serious." he said, "and get all that in between stuff." whatever that means. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's pretty good. >> he said, "all that in between stuff." >> jimmy: i met him once -- >> i think he meant all -- [ as james brown ] the happening and the hooting and stuff. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, its' hard to get all that stuff, yeah. i met him once, and they said -- they said, "oh, jimmy, when mr. james brown comes, mr. james brown is --" >> mr. brown. >> jimmy: yeah, they told me mr. james brown. >> mr. james brown. >> jimmy: they said, "don't call him james. don't call him mr. brown. don't call him --" >> call him mr. james brown? >> jimmy: yeah, like i'm going to call him jimmy. i mean, like, why would i do that? [ laughter ] i'm not crazy. so i said, "okay." and i'm so nervous to meet james brown. i meet james brown, and i'm like, "hello, mr. james brown." and he goes, "call me james. call me james." [ laughter ] i go, oh, my gosh. like, he's just that cool right back there.
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>> he told me to bury my money in the woods. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a little weird. that makes no sense. >> i went to go see him -- >> jimmy: come on. >> i went to go see him, and he was backstage. he had curls in the head. turned around and he said, "eddie murphy." he said, "when you going to start working clean?" [ laughter ] i said, "what?" he said, "you got to stop doing all that cursing, you know? and you got to make sure you get your money, any money you've got, and bury it in the woods." [ laughter ] and i'm like, "what? bury it in the woods?" he said, "the government will take your money if you have it in the bank. the government will take your money." [ laughter ] "get you a piece of land and you bury that money in the woods." >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> and i said, "but can't the government take your land?" and he said, "but they won't know where the money is." [ laughter ] true story. that's a true story. >> jimmy: financial advice from james brown. [ applause ] >> -- i was picturing, you know, james driving around down south with his money in the woods in different places. [ laughter ] [ as james brown ] "pull the car over. give me the shovel." [ making james brown noises ] he'd come back with some dirty 20s. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: i know everyone always asks you, gosh, eddie murphy, going to do stand-up again? you going to do stand-up again? i mean, is it because you're nervous? is it because you don't want to do it? >> i'm not nervous. you know what it is? the whole -- >> jimmy: i would think you'd be nervous -- >> well, it takes a year and a half, a year to get a act, and i just, you know, more lazy than nervous. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you can do it. >> yeah, but it takes a year and a half of going to the clubs, just like the old days. you got to go back all the way to the beginning and do it like you never did it before to get a, you know, an act. >> jimmy: do the audience -- they expect that oh, my gosh, it's eddie murphy. are things going to be funny? >> yeah, and you've got to go up there and go through all of that and, you know, have people expecting it to be something funny and don't be -- for a little while. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and then they go -- >> that was not funny. >> jimmy: "that was not funny." yeah, yeah. "i'm not laughing at that." >> i thought he was much funnier. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean, but that's -- and then why -- why the awesome outfits? [ cheers and applause ] look at that. >> come on, now. >> jimmy: that's good, though.
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but why did you do -- because you just felt like that's your look, or you just want to make it -- i remember there was eddie murphy dolls. >> why did i do that? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i was on some -- some elvis trip back then. [ laughter ] i was like -- >> jimmy: yeah, you were a big elvis fan. >> yeah, i was trying to be, like, the elvis as comedy kind of thing. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> and my leather suit song. >> jimmy: i mean, if you have the comeback special, you got to wear the crazy -- you got to wear the robe and everything? >> no, no. >> jimmy: no, you won't do it? yeah. >> if i ever do stand-up again, i'll come out in a leather suit. that would be hysterical. >> jimmy: you wouldn't come out in a leather suit, no. >> the suit was actually -- was actually destroyed. keenan ivory wayans destroyed this suit on a dare. i dared -- he found it in the closet, and he put it on. keenan is, like, 6'5." he was busting all out of the suit and -- [ laughter ] and we was laughing. and i said, "i dare you to go out and go out in that suit." and he put on this -- remember on "in living color" he used to do a character called frenchy? >> jimmy: yeah, the jheri curl? >> that started out as a dare. he dressed up like frenchy and went out. we was out from 11:00 to 6:00 in the morning. never came out of character, and the next morning, this suit was
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all [ bleep ] up. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. frenchy, yeah, yeah, yeah. frenchy. >> he never came out of character all night, though. >> jimmy: you guys, more with eddie murphy when we come back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ boy's voice ] hi, samantha. [ girl's voice ] hi todd, do you wanna be my boyfriend? [ chuckles ] sure! great- gimme your melt. myy--melt? [ singsong voice ] yeah. i'm your girlfriend now. ahh, i don't think this is working out. [ male announcer ] get your own subway steak melt. like the steak & cheese -- layers of juicy steak and bubbly, melted cheese. subway. eat fresh. that will change your life... for the first time ever...
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. i'm hanging out with the one, the only eddie murphy, everybody! oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] this is a crazy thing. i thought it was an internet rumor. i go, "oh, this is the craziest thing ever." is that eddie murphy is going to host the oscars. i was like, "eddie murphy is not going to do -- he's not going to do that. he might -- maybe he might skype into the oscars." [ light laughter ] >> no, i'm going. i'm going to the oscars. i'm going to host the oscars. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: why? what made you do that? that's awesome. i love it. i'm so excited. i think it's great. >> you know what happened? brett ratner, who directed "tower heist" -- he's like -- he's producing the oscars, and he was like, "yeah, yeah, i'm going to produce the oscars." and we started talking about who would make a good host. and then i was like, "hey, you know what? if i hosted the show, it would be a nice little buzz before the movie came out. we'd get all that little extra oscar chatter --, and it would be great for the movie." [ laughter ] and it was like, "oh, yeah!" and so then we announced it. "hey!" and then we had all this little extra chatter and now, you know -- >> jimmy: it's too late. >> this movie better be good because i'm hosting this [ bleep ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: exactly. it -- it is good. >> and i never did it before, so i'm looking forward to it. >> jimmy: i mean, are you going to come out and -- basically, i mean, it's basically stand-up the first five minutes of the oscars. >> is it? is it? >> jimmy: well, it's -- no. [ light laughter ] well, kind of. well, just talking. >> yeah. i'm going to do whatever.
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you know, we write and it comes out funny. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> we don't know what it -- i don't know what it's going to be. >> jimmy: it's going to be good. it's going to be funny. i mean, no matter what. but it's just, like, i love that you're doing this. this is really awesome. >> yeah, i hope it's funny. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: will your tux -- >> leather with tails. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. i had -- i think i had -- am i wrong? did i have an eddie murphy doll? >> there was no eddie murphy doll. >> jimmy; there was never an eddie murphy doll? >> no, but i was approached for stuff like that when i was -- "the eddie murphy doll." the most ridiculous one was "eddie murphy chocolate." [ laughter ] eddie murphy chocolate drink. you put the chocolate in, stir it up and your face on it. eddie murphy chocolate. [ laughter ] oh, man. >> jimmy: eddie murphy chocolate drink. >> like we actually had a meeting and people had drawn stuff up. "see, eddie murphy chocolate would be very popular in this region." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: every kid will be drinking eddie murphy chocolate drink. let's talk about "tower heist." this movie is super funny. you got -- it's an all-star cast. ben stiller. >> matthew broderick. >> jimmy: matthew broderick is great. >> casey affleck.
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>> jimmy: casey affleck. >> gabourey sidibe. we have alan alda. >> jimmy: judd hirsch. i saw that. >> judd hirsch. we got tea leoni. >> jimmy: i love tea leoni, too. gabourey sidibe. >> a bunch of really good actors and it's really funny. >> jimmy: and you play -- i don't know what you -- kind of like -- well, they think that they need you to help rob this guy's safe. >> right. >> jimmy: and set up the whole crime. >> right, and they think that i'm a much more serious criminal than i am. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm like a nickel and dimer, and they think i can help them pull off a big heist. >> jimmy: yeah, and you actually don't even know how to crack a safe. you're doing that. >> yeah, he steals like satellite dishes. [ laughter ] you know. and fights off balconies and -- like that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what did he say? he said that you're a balcony thief. or what are you like -- >> in the state of new york, it could steal -- over a certain amount is grand theft. he won't steal -- he steals everything under that amount. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and do it really funny. >> but they don't know that until they, you know, get hooked up with him. >> jimmy: and gabourey sidibe is super funny. she -- she actually knows how to crack safes. >> does she really? >> jimmy: no. >> no, i thought -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that was good.
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yeah, yeah. that was good. >> in the movie, she does. >> jimmy: yeah. no, in the movie. no, no. >> found out some -- about gabourey. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, no. she -- but in the movie, she -- so she has to help you, but -- and she's really has a great jamaican accent in the movie, and -- and she's hitting on you. >> oh, yeah. she does have a jamaican -- and you know what was weird? she had a white dude that was a vocal coach that was teaching her the jamaican accent. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's just weird. >> that was weird, you know, because she would say something and a white guy would come out and say -- [ in jamaican accent ] "no, you say it this way, man." [ laughter ] you see a white dude teaching a sister how to -- >> jimmy: it's too much for me, man. >> yeah. but he had it perfect. he had it perfect. it was just odd to see. >> jimmy: it's just everything else. but she nails it and it's really, really good. we have a clip of gabourey sidibe teaching eddie murphy how to crack a safe in "tower heist." it's out today. take a look. >> first thing you do. you got to find the entry point. got to use your fingers and you find the entry point. [ laughter ] it's all in the touch. you married? [ laughter ] >> say what?
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>> you married? >> no, i ain't married. what's up? [ laughter ] >> just taking a poll. >> taking a poll? >> i'll take your poll. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm honored to have you on. you're one of my favorite comedians of all time, buddy. >> thank you so much, jimmy. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. >> jimmy: the greatest, eddie murphy. "tower heist" is in theaters tonight. we'll be right back with more "late night," everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ man: my electric bill was breaking the bank. so to save some money, i trained this team of guinea pigs to row this tiny boat. guinea pig: row...row. they generate electricity, which lets me surf the web all day. guinea pig: row...row. took me 6 months to train each one, 8 months to get the guinea pig: row...row. little chubby one to yell row! guinea pig: row...row. that's kind of strange. guinea pig: row...row. such a simple word... row. anncr: there's an easier way to save. get online. go to geico.com. get a quote. 15 minutes could save you
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a terrific comedian and the host of the longest running game show in tv history, "the price is right!" give it up for drew carey. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is amazing. amazing. now, what is this? what is this? >> this is my medal from the marine corps marathon i did on sunday. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: running marathons? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you're running marathons.
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>> that's right bitches. i ran a marathon. >> jimmy: oh my god, ridiculous. you can take all your fat drew jokes and shove them. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hey, come on, calm down. calm down. no one said anything. >> oh, i got to give this to the audience. here. anybody in the audience -- here, i'm going to hive this to you. this is my thank you gift bag from jimmy fallon that i got in my dressing room. [ cheers and applause ] here's a -- [ cheers and applause ] ben & jerry's ice cream. this is signed by jimmy fallon himself. >> jimmy: oh my god. what a great guy. what a nice guy. what a great guy. you're a very generous man. >> i'm keeping the t-shirt. >> jimmy: you're very generous. you are keeping the -- >> i'm keeping the t-shirt. >> jimmy: what do you mean you're running marathons? can i see that medal? >> sure it's an awesome medal. it's worth it. >> jimmy: where -- >> it was in d.c. it was in washington, d.c. this past sunday and it was freezing. it was like -- [ scattered applause ] isn't that great? >> jimmy: yeah, amazing. >> you got it backwards. >> jimmy: oh, there you go. i thought i broke it. >> no, that's okay. >> jimmy: finisher. is that your nickname. >> yeah, drew "finisher" carey. >> jimmy: the finisher. let's send in the finisher. >> that's how i meet chicks in
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vegas, hey, baby -- >> jimmy: i'm the finisher? >> i'm the finisher. how you doing? >> jimmy: this is a big deal, 'cause i could never do this. >> it was 30 degrees when it started. i was freezing. and i was standing for two hours in the cold waiting for the race to start, just freezing, no stretching or anything. i was in a v.i.p area. i was an official starter. i was with this guy named rob swann who was an arctic explorer. and he was running the marathon. and there was another general, retired marine general, general richard carey, same last name as me. but he lost toes at the chosin reservoir in korea, which was famous being, like, subzero temperatures. they had to fight their way past the chinese. i couldn't really look at these guys and go, "man, i'm cold." [ laughter ] are you guys cold? freezing man. running a marathon. >> jimmy: you can't say that to either of those guys. >> i'm freezing, i'm biting my lip. >> jimmy: what were you dressed in?
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are you in the whole -- >> i was wearing like the running tights, pink. >> jimmy: yeah, that's a good look for you. >> you can see everything. >> jimmy: oh, my god. or nothing. or nothing. >> yeah, i was wearing running tights and a shirt on and a warmish top, but i wasn't -- my toes were numb at the beginning of the race. >> jimmy: you have to run -- it's like 26 miles? >> .2, 26.2. >> why .2? >> just to [ bleep ] at the end of the race. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: just the last -- just the last -- >> 26 miles, i'm done. >> jimmy: not quite. not quite. how did you do? did you do well? >> i was on pace to run a sub-four-hour marathon until about the fifteenth mile. i was doing 8:45 pace, 8:45 a mile. i was doing really good. like, i planned it. i was really confident because i was training for it. then around the 15th mile i started to cramp up, my quads started to cramp up.
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and i thought this will go away after a couple of miles. i'll just run through it. then it got worse and worse i finished in 4:47 or 4:37, i can't remember, because i was so embarrassed. but, it took me 20, 25 minutes just to run the last mile. 'cause my legs hurt so much. >> jimmy: where you a mess, where you, like, crying? >> almost. at one point i almost broke down and cried because my legs cramped up so much -- >> jimmy: i'm sorry i'm laughing, but i know you. >> i had to stop. i had to stop. my legs cramped up and i couldn't even walk really. i was a walking dead zombie. >> jimmy: it was a battle. would you ever do it again? >> yeah, i got to do it again to make up for the cold and finish in a sub-four hour time. but i was so upset. i thought i wasn't going to be able to finish. and i was so close, like, at the 22nd mile, or something. i'm like "oh, my god this can't happen to me." it's one thing if you're a citizen and you're running a marathon and you can't finish and you're hurting. but when you're a celebrity and you've be tweeting "yeah, i'm running this big marathon." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: mr. big mouth. >> "hey, watch for me." blah, blah, blah.
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screw you, fat jokes. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. that last thing. good for you. look, you did it. the finisher. right here drew finished. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i love you. you're doing great stuff on "the price is right!" i watched the halloween episode, by the way. look at this picture. >> oh, you got to see it. >> jimmy: you guys dressed up as the '70s "the price is right!" party. that was pretty awesome. come on. >> yeah, we had the whole costume company to supply the audience with '70s costumes. and, i drew that moustache special. >> jimmy: no, yeah, right, yeah, i mean, come on, that is fantastic. >> they gave me a porn stash. but i got the audience up on stage dancing during one of the breaks. >> jimmy: you're having so much fun with that show, and you're doing great. i'm excited you're doing that. can you stick around and talk some more? >> yeah. >> jimmy: more with drew carey, when we get back, you guys! come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ let's see if we can get one past the defense. hut! go! here it comes! right on the numbers! boom! get it! spin! oh, nice hands!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everyone. i'm here with drew carey. it's great having on the show. >> thanks, it's really fun to be here, man. >> jimmy: a lot of people might not know this. you were actually a guest on my last talk show called "other voices." do you remember that one? >> kind of. vaguely, yeah. >> jimmy: it was years ago. it was only on in canada. >> oh, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: 3:00 in the morning. >> it was a really weird show. you hadn't found your voice yet, i don't think.
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>> jimmy: no, but neither had you. i mean, i remember -- >> no, very young. >> jimmy: very young. we didn't know each other's voices. >> way better looking back then. >> jimmy: yeah, we talked a lot with our hands back then. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: that was the thing to do at the time. really almost no control over our arms. >> no, none, yeah. >> jimmy: can we play a clip of that? >> yeah. ♪ >> jimmy: ha-ha-ha-ha! welcome to "other voices, i'm your host, jimmy fallon. [ laughs ] with me tonight is the one and only drew carey. >> thank you, thank you, jimmy. i'm so glad to be here. jimmy, i have to say something. you have something on your nose. you got something. >> oh, really let me see. wait, almost got it. >> almost. almost [ maniacal laughter ] >> jimmy: now, let me ask you this. >> ha-ha-ha. >> jimmy: wait a second. i think i've got a hair in my throat. hold on. let me get it. >> cough it up.
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>> jimmy: it's in my mouth. it's in my mouth. [ laughter ] i didn't get it yet. i didn't get it yet. let me get it. >> i think i've got something in my throat. i think i've got something in my throat. >> jimmy: let me ask you this. do you love working with adam carolla on that show where you did the radio doctoring thing? >> wrong drew. that's dr. drew. different drew. >> jimmy: my bad. anyway, let me ask you about this. would you care for a jelly bean? >> i would love one. i would love it. you know what, i don't want to eat it now. could you -- [ laughter ] i guess i do. i guess i do. >> jimmy: all right. all right. >> i'd like to you put it in my pocket. >> jimmy: whoops, i dropped the cheese whiz. [ laughter ] hold on. there we go. there we go. i recently -- we have something in common. i recently finished a marathon i dropped something else. i tell you everything is dropping -- there we go. now, would you care for a nice nacho?
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>> i would love a nacho. >> well here's a corn chip. let me grab a corn chip. no, nope, go farther out. there we go -- got it. now put some cheese on this. hold on. let me put some cheese on it. wait, i got to shake it first. >> you do have to shake it a little bit. >> jimmy: yeah, let me shake it. >> there you go. yeah, shake it. you have to shake it really hard. [ laughter ] shake it really hard. >> jimmy: i'm shaking it. hold on. here we go. here we go. there we are! there we are. oh, my god. there we go, oh, boy! >> does yours taste different than mine? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, i don't know. let me see. let me taste some of this with my hand. [ laughter ] wait, i'll squirt straight from the can into my mouth. there we go. i just want to taste it straight from the can. there we go. shake it a little more. there we go. [ laughter ] sorry. let me -- there you go. delicious. >> wonderful. wonderful.
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[ laughter ] wonderful. >> well there we -- that's all the time we have for "other voices." this is my guest, drew carey. until the next time at 3:00 a.m. in canada, bye-bye! >> thank you for having me. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> i don't understand why that show got cancelled. >> jimmy: i forgot how great that show was. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you guys, "the price is right!" airs weekdays on cbs. [ cheers and applause ] drew carey! -- [ cheers and applause ] stick around. childish gambino performs next. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you can see our next guest every thursday right here on the nbc show "community." his debut album "camp" will be out november 15th. he's making his tv debut with us tonight, to perform the song "bonfire." please welcome childish gambino! [ cheers and applause ] [ siren ] >> feel better quest. [ siren ] >> ay, ay ♪ all right it's childish gambino homegirl drop it ♪ ♪ like the nasdaq move white girls ♪
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♪ like there's coke up my up my ass move black girls cause i'll do either ♪ ♪ i love, i love dude, i should be runnin' peta ♪ ♪ in adidas, with some short shorts b-o-o all over me my green is where ♪ ♪ it's supposed to be your green is in my grocery this asian dude ♪ ♪ i stole his girl and now he got that kobe beef ♪ ♪ my thing is like an accent mark it's all about the over e's ♪ ♪ hot like a parked car i sound weird like a with hard "r" fly like the logo ♪ ♪ on my cousin's 440 eatin' oreos like these white girls that ♪ ♪ vodka for my ladies whiskey for a grown man hangin' in the islands ♪ ♪ lookin' for earl like toe jam i made the beat ♪ ♪ so i'm callin' it a slow jam butcher and i know it, man kill beef, go ham ♪ ♪ these rappers are afraid of him cause i'm a beast, beast girl, invader zim ♪ ♪ gambino is a call girl you, pay me brand new whip for these like slavery ♪ ♪ they told me i was awful man that did not phase me tell me how i again
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my memory is hazy ♪ ♪ you're my favorite rapper now yeah, dude, i better be ♪ ♪ or you can kiss my human centipede you wanna see my girl i ain't that dumb ♪ ♪ you wanna see my girl check maxim man, why does every black actor gotta rap some ♪ ♪ i don't know all i know is i'm the best one ♪ ♪ it's a bonfire turn the lights out i'm burnin' everything you talk about ♪ ♪ it's a bonfire turn the lights out i'm burnin' everything you talk about ♪ ♪ you know these rapper dudes talk talk start killin' that ♪ ♪ got goons like an archvillain i'm from the south ain't got no accent ♪ ♪ don't know why so this rap is child's play i do my name like princess di ♪ ♪ yeah, they say they want the realness rap about my real life told me i should just quit ♪ ♪ first of all you talk white second off, you talk like you haven't given up yet ♪ ♪ rap's stepfather, yeah you hate me but you will respect ♪ ♪ i put in work ask ludwig put my soul on the track like shoes did ♪
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♪ played this for my cousin now he can't even think straight black and white music ♪ ♪ now, baby that's a mixtape shoutout to my players they represent the realness shoutout to gambino ♪ ♪ girls my is in the building i know you hate me 'cause your little cousin ♪ ♪ played me out i like like girls who nerdy but when they dance they be sayin' ow ♪ ♪ i'm sorry for who follow me chillin' with a filipino at your local jollibee ♪ ♪ yeah i'm in that thing like -- so if you see my hand under the table ♪ ♪ don't bother me i don't talk soft that's that other guy ♪ ♪ i'm saying what the is up like i ain't seen the sky ♪ ♪ the stuff i'm doin' this year insanity ♪ ♪ i'll make the beat then murdered it casey anthony ♪ ♪ these rappers don't know what to do cause all i did was act me like a looney tune ♪ ♪ and i'll give you all of me until there's nothing left ♪ ♪ i swear this summer will be summer camp bitch ♪ [ cheers and applause ]

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