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-- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very, very nice. welcome, everybody. thank you so much. thank you. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everyboy. happy monday. big news, the healthare bill was passed by the house of representatives late saturday to provide health insurance for 96% of the americans. [ scattered applause ] yeah. the republicans were like, "this is a great step forward and we look forward to voting against it. we really do." here is some huge economic news, the dow hit it's highest point in a year today. china was like, "aw, don't spend all at once, little guy. okay? go have fun." [ laughter ] let's move on. have you seen these pictures of sammy sosa? look at these things. [ laughter ] that is not doctored. it is real. it is an actual photo. his skin is looking a lot lighter than it used. it's a real photo. that's not all, last night i saw him playing ice hockey listening
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to sting. i was like, "something is going on." [ laughter ] [ light laughter ] it's space work mondays. hin a new interview, "twilight" star robert pattinson said he can't think of a single romantic think he's ever done. girls everywhere were like, "so, he's sexy and unromantic? that's so romantic!" [ laughter ] [ scattered cheers ] girls, they love the bad boys. they love the bad boys. this is insane, a woman in texas almost pulled off an unbelievable scam. she told everyone that she had cancer, held a benefit and then used the money she raised to get a boob job. [ light laughter ] [ audience groans ] [ scattered boos ] all of the friends and family said they were very disappointed, until they saw her. [ laughter ] thought she looked pretty good. good move.
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[ applause ] you guys, police in oregon arrested a man after he called 911 to report that his marijuana was stolen. [ laughter ] the man said it is the dumbest thing he has ever done. right after he hung up the phone, he was like, "oh, here's my weed." [ laughter ] so, dumb. you don't call 911. everybody knows you call 420. [ light laughter ] [ scattered applause ] everybody knows that. and finally, gold prices have reached a record high today, $1100 an oune. bad news for the dollar, but great news for the inside of t-pain's mouth. [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show tonight give up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. that is what i am talking about. george benson, by the way, sitting in with the roots today. [ cheers and applause ]
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he has a new album here called "songs and stories." george benson, i have listened to you forever. ogod. n broadway" -- and "breezing" was the other one i used to play all the time. >> oh, yeah. jimmy: that was just the instrumental one. >> and also, "give me the night"? >> jimmy: oh, my goodness! i totally forgot about -- ♪ give me the night ♪ and nothing's gonna change my love for you ♪ >> jimmy: oh, my god. well, i can't -- thank you so much. what is this cd all about? you are doing some -- a couple covers here. james taylor, you're doing. >> wonderful stuff. that james taylor song is incredible. and also, the song of -- what is the last song on there? read it. >> jimmy: it's "sailing." >> "sailing." >> jimmy: that is my man, christopher cross. that's my man -- "sailing. this is a smooth record. >> yeah -- >> jimmy: smooth record right here is what we got. that's awesome. i am loving it. that's fantastic. well, thank you so much for sitting in tonight. i really appreciate it. it is an honor to have you here. >> as is mine, my friend. >> jimmy: good man, george benson, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] that's super fun. a couple of other things, i want to say quickly, i missed it,
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because his birthday was saturday, frank knuckles playing with the root frank, happy birthday, buddy! [ applause ] happy birthday. he is a good man. and he lost his voice, so he can't say anything right now, but i'm su if he could, he would say something. but, yeah, yeah, you had a good time, didn't you? [ laughter ] also george lopez's late night show starts tonight. and i just want to say good luck and congratulations. welcome to the world of late night, buddy. it's going to be fun. you guys, we've got a fantastic show tonight. from "csi," laurence fishburne is in the house! [ cheers and applause ] i love him. he is awesome. also, celebrating "sesame street"'s 40th birthday, two of my favorite muppets elmo and rosita will be joining us right here. [ cheers and applause ] it'going to be awesome. and we have a performance from this incredible dance troupe. groovaloo is going to be great. they are so good. [ cheers and applause ]
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i saw them rehearsing today, they were dancing around. it makes you feel out of shape. it really does. [ light laughter ] it's unbelievable. they are so good -- when you see them dance, you go, "oh, my gosh." i don't know think i was ever that limber. i don't think -- this one guy is on his head. somebody's jumping over the guy that's on his head. and then they both take them out in stretchers. [ light laughter ] it's just really fantastic. it should be fun tonight. before we get started i wanted to send also a quick shout out. i was feeling under the weather last week and i come in, i felt achy and terrible. and i went to nbc medical center and they fixed me right up, and i didn't miss the show, so a big shout out to all my friends at the nbc medical center. >> questlove: jimmy? >> jimmy: what's up? what's up, quest? >> questlove: you are sending shout outs? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. i wanted to send out a couple of shout outs. >> questlove: i didn't know we were doing shout outs. can i do one? >> jimmy: yeah, sure. go ahead, give a shout out. >> questlove: hey, can i get some shout out music? yeah. hey, i want to give a shout out to nancy pelosi. you know, the health care bill got passed over the weekend and
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that's huge. and i know it is a tough issue, by really hope that all of the americans can get health care. big ups to my girl, nancy. all right. >> jimmy: nice, quest. >> yo, yo, yo, jimmy? jimmy!? >> jimmy: kamal, what's going on? >> can i get a shout out? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you want to give a shout out? yeah, sure, go for it. >> i want to send a big shout out, much love to my man, senator joe lieberman. joey! you've renewed your promise this week. baby, you're killing that public option. now, that is gangster. [ laughter ] plus i got 200 shares of blue cross. health care reform dies, i am getting paid, baby. i can finally quit my damn day job, man. big ups, joey! that's right! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. wow. big ups. gangsta. i hope you don't quit your day job. let's also give a shout out to helping all americans, because everyone should want -- >> i would like to go. i would like to go, also. i would like to go. >> jimmy: sure. morgan, one of the writers. morgan? yeah, yeah, yeah. i just want to give a shout out to this fine french cognac that i have been sipping o
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[ laughter ] it is so smooth, jimmy. i've been in love ever since it was legal, baby. mmm, cognac, it's going to get you. >> jimmy: cognac is going to get you. speaking of which, i was to also send out a shout out to drinking responsibly, you guys. >> yo, let me get one more, jimmy. >> jimmy: mike, on of our camera guys. mike -- >> i ju wanted to send a shout out to the hdc 900 camera over here. [ light laughter ] it's got resume control, got good focus. we got some pan action. >> jimmy: yeah. >> big ups to my homies at sony. y-y-yo. [ laughter ] >> yo, jimmy. jimmy, let me get one. >> jimmy: what's up? who is that? >> can i get one? >> jiy: oh, here's one from our director, dave. yeah, dave? >> hey, i just want to send a shout out to my lovely wife. last friday after work, i came home tired, but you made me my favorite dinner. thank you, honey. >> jimmy: hey, that's sweet. good man, dave. >> and then you spanked me all night long, girl! [ laughter and applause ]
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word to adult spanking! >> i have a shout out. excuse me. i have a shout out i would like to give. >> jimmy: okay, one from our audience. >> yes, i want to give a shout out to myself for getting past nbc security apparatus while being completely commando underneath these sweatpants. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: commando? >> it means i'm not wearing any underwear. 'cause i'm free balling. i'm free balling it! yeah. free balling! >> jimmy: security, security! he is yelling free balling. >> over here, buddy. over here. you know i got to get a piece of this. come on. >> jimmy: okay. a scientist. >> over here, i've got to get a piece of this. >> jimmy: a scientist? >> i was in the laboratory earlier looking at some specimens on a couple of slides. and i got to give a shout out to mitochondria, it's the powerhouse of the cell! am i right or am i right?! [ cheers ] >> and a shout out for lettuce, y'all. >> jimmy: okay, okay, all right. you are using our air time to shout out lettuce. >> oh, oh, oh, hey, look here, shawty.
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hey let me get one of these shout outs, shawty. >> jimmy: all right, last person. this is the last person. >> hey, i want to for real, give a shout out to the homey jules verne. jules verne, y'all. for real. [ scattered cheers ] "around the world in 80 days," it was kind of my favorite book as a kid. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, you done? all right. let me just see if i got all this straight. now, a shout out to health care. shout out to killing health care. [ light laughter ] a shout out to cognac. [ cheersnd applause ] a shout out to your camera. [ laughter ] a shout out to adult spanking. [ laughter ] shout out to free balling. shout out to mitochondria. and shout out to lettuce right there. and shout out to jules verne. [ cheers ] very good. that's good. we have a great show tonight. when we come back, we play, "rush limbaugh karaoke." come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ boss: ah! thank goodness you're back.
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>> jimmy: that's what i am talking right there. [ applause ] george benson right there. sounding good, buddy. i love that. i never got to play guitar that good where i can sing the notes i am playing on guitar, and that is real good. you are just sitting there like -- [ vocalizes ] >> i don't think about it, man. i just do it. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. i do that and just -- i am like -- [ vocalizes ] i'm just horrible. man, you sound fantastic. thanks so much for being here. oh, man, i'm in e mood for a party. are you guys in the mood for a party? [ cheers and applause ] well, this next piece has two things that no party should ever be without. i'm talking karaoke and i'm talking rush limbaugh. let's do it! let's play "rush limbaugh ! ♪ >> jimmy: welcome, welcome, welcome to "rush limbaugh karaoke," where we combine the beautiful music of just studio musicians with the equally beautiful words of conservative radio host
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rush limbaugh. [ light laughter ] and the words taken directly out of the mouth of rush, himself. higgins, where's our beautiful voices? >> steve: well, jimmy, coming to the stage are k.t., kyle and barb. come on down and get ready to play rush limbaugh karaoke. >> jimmy: nice to see you. nice to see you. hey, guys, welcome to the rush limbaugh karaoke club. are you guys ready to belt out some sweet soulful sounds, rush limbaugh style? >> yes. >> yeah. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, that's what i'm talking about. all right, great. now, here's how you play. you'll each spin with your back to the sharp 108, and you'll sing the words you'll see in the monitor in front of you there. these are rush's actual wos. they'll change from white to yellow to help you follow along and at the end, we will decide the winner based on audience applause. okay, so steve, tell us what tonight's winner will be taking home? >> steve: well, jimmy, tonight's winner will receive a brand new gpx karaoke system. sing along with your favorite songs and follow the lyrics with the built-in monitor. includes a microphone, and an av cable for your singing pleasure.
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jimmy? >> jimmy: all right, steve, good job. that's a fantastic prize. you can't even get this in stores. [ laughter ] unless you can teleport to 1983 or something. laughter ] now, let's get this started. contestant number one, you're up. are you excited? >> yes, i am. >> jimmy: all right, very good. i'm going to give you this microphone right here. now remember, you can sing however you want to sing, just as long as you're singing and not talking. okay, your song tonight is an ode to president obama. it's called "barack the destroyer." there it is. and here's your mic. so go take your place. roots, whenever you are ready. ♪ ♪ i love you barack ♪ barack obama is seriously dangerous i said barack obama is a destroyer ♪
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♪ these are dark days for this country ♪ ♪ we've never seen this kind of radical leadership ♪ ♪ this is fascism [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow, fantastic! move on down, move on down. fantastic. i feel like i have been on a musical journey. thank you for taking me on the musical journey. here you go, contestant number two, your song was inspired by the recent documentary "by the people," which was about obama's campaign for president. this is based on rush's real words. this is called "anal poisoning." [ laughter ] there it is, good luck. these are all real words, go up there. roots, whenever you're ready, let's hear a little version of "anal poisoning." ♪ ♪ if a documentary could get anal poisoning
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this one could ♪ ♪ i mean it's just kiss butt ♪ a kiss butt kiss butt a kiss butt all over the place and now he's the president ♪ ♪ a full-fledged man child narcissist anal poisoning ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, very nice. a little bonus at the end. thank you, my friend. that was good. very, very, very good job. so there's no limit to what the power of music can do. okay. [ light laughter ] last up contestant number three. now, you've got a good one here. this is burning up the adult contemporary charts. you going to really have to belt this one out. its got some long notes in it. people are singing it all over the place.
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little girls walking around with -- everything -- everyone's into it. it's a love song to hillary clinton, it's called -- sorry, "testicle lockbox." [ laughter ] scratch that thing about the little girl. i'm not sure if they were into this one. [ light laughter ] they're probably into the first one more than this one. anyways, i forgot this is a classic. "testicle lockbox." there you go. go do the song proud, buddy. sorry. [ applause ] >> two, three and -- ♪ ♪ testicle testicle lockbox ♪ [ light laughter ] ♪ i invented the testicle testicle testicle lockbox ♪ and it's hillary clinton's ♪
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♪ if anybody's got a testicle lockbox it is hillary ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. that was great. fantastic. we might have a new hit on our hands, right there. that was good stuff. good job, everybody. all right, audience, your applause will determine our winner. is it contestant number one? [ cheers and applause ] wow. contestant number two? [ cheers and applause ] or is it contestant number three? [ cheers and applause ] we have a winner. and it is contestant nuer two. ♪ you won. congratulations. oh, my god. do you know where you are going to put it? >> no! >> jimmy: no, you don't. do you know how you're going to
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get it home? >> no! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, perfect. this is fantastic, and no one goes home empty handed. thanks, tara. these are the new "late night with jimmy fallon" shis, here's one for you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and of course one for you down there, buddy. you just get the karaoke machine. [ laughter ] yeah, yeah. you wanted the t-shirt, didn't you? okay, i'll get you one. i'll get you one after the break. all right, everybody. thanks for everyone playing "rush limbaugh karaoke." we'll be right back with laurence fishburne. come on back. ♪ (rooster crow) ...still tire the nexday oo? when you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep... remember 2-layer ambien cr. the first layer helps you fall asleep quickly. and unlike other sleep aids, a second helps you stay asleep. when taking ambien cr, don't drive or operate machinery. sleepwalking, and eating or driving while not fully awake with memory loss for the event as well as abnormal behaviors such as being more outgoing or aggressive than normal,
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♪ ♪ give me the night >> jimmy: all right. good man. very good. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: our first guest is an immensely talented and award-winning actor of stage and screen who is currently starring in the very popular tv series "csi." say hello to laurence fishburne, everybody.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i am talking about. >> they did not just play "if you smile a little more" from "pee-wee's playhouse," did they? >> questlove: oh, yes, we did. oh, my god. that's crazy. >> jimmy: are you a cowboy fan? [ as cowboy curtis ] >> "whoo doggies!" there you go. "whoo doggies! good to see you, pee-wee." [ as pee-wee herman ] >> jimmy: "hey, thanks for coming out cowboy curtis." >> "your welcome." >> jimmy: "ha-ha." >> "i like them fellers you have playing your music from philadelphia. all the way up here in yankee land. good to see you, boys." >> jimmy: "they're called the roots. they're the roots." >> questlove: not funny. >> you know i love you. i love the roots. and mr. benson -- mr. benson, i'm a tremendous fan. the genius, george benson. >> jimmy: you play a musical instrument?
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>> i can play any musical instrument as long as it is not in my hands. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah -- >> like you. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. i can play the radio. >> air guitar. air drums. >> jimmy: air drums. >> air burgers. >> jimmy: eating? it's not even an instrument. >> mmm. air burgers. they used to give you ketchup with air rgers,ut not any more. >> jimmy: the economy is rough. absolutely. you're from new york, originally, right? >> yeah, i am from brooklyn. >> jimmy: absolutely cool, man. [ cheers and applause ] you happy to be back? >> yeah, i'm always happy to be back. i keep a place here. but the city's very different now. >> jimmy: yeah, it's changed. yeah. >> you know, it's like a giant flat screen tv everywhere. >> jimmy: a lot of blinking lights. having seizures going down times square. "let's some coffee, honey? oh, my god! i hope you wanted latte. we foamed it up for you." >> thank you. >> jimmy: i know in new york, you went to the famous "fame" school. >> well, i was accepted to the school of performing arts when it was on 46th street.
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and my graduating class that i would have graduated from is the class they used in the movie. and all of the background artists were actual students for music and art at performing arts high school. and i would graduated with them, have been in the movie, but i had to go make a little movie in the philippines called "apocalypse now." [ light laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, that was you there. at 14 years old, right? >> yes, at 14 years old. >> jimmy: 14 years old, you made "apocalypse now." >> yes. >> jimmy: you're setting the bar for yourself there. >> yes, destroyed me. >> jimmy: what does a 14-year-old do hanging out with marlon brando? >> watched a lot of magic tricks. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah, magic tricks. and it is a lot of this -- >> jimmy: yeah, going, "whoa. wow." >> "really? oh, okay. okay, i will smoke it, okay." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, it must have been crazy, right? >> no, it was, you know, the experience that turned me into the artist that i am today. >> jimmy: yeah. i mean, well, then you went from there and you have done a zillion movies, other movies, "the matrix."
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>> "the matrix." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i mean, morpheus. you were morpheus! >> i know! wow! >> jimmy: that's you! >> oh, my god! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: dude, you're morpheus. i wanted a spin-off. i wanted more. >> you wanted more? >> jimmy: more morpheus. >> yeah. >> jimmy: in fact, you could take that title. >> "more morpheus." ♪ a little more -- yeah, no. >> jimmy: no, no. be careful with the roots, because they will play it. >> i know. i know. i know. you know. and they come off of me quick. >> jimmy: "matrix 4: more and more morpheus." >> a "matrix 4: more morpheus." >> jimmy: yeah. i want more of you. >> thank you. thank you, james. >> jimmy: the red pill, the blue pill -- yeah, your voice. >> i have some here in pocket. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, i have a show to do. and people dress like you for halloween. >> yes, the freakiest one was when we were training for, i think, two and three, somebody sent a photograph.
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somebody actually has or had a tat of the three of us, myself, keanu and carrie-anne moss on their back. which was -- it was like, "wow." >> jimmy: people really like this movie. >> "people love the movie." >> jimmy: no one has a tattoo of me at all. no, anywhere, no. >> "people dig that movie. yeah." >> jimmy: it is on the body for the rest of their lives. there are dolls, comic books -- >> well, it was a ground breaking piece of cinema. like, you know, i had the good fortune to do three movies that are pretty important and ground-breaking movies, "boyz in the hood," "apocalypse now" and "the matrix." and so, i feel, you know, really lucky. >> jimmy: right. oh, my god. you're amazing. and so good. and now "csi"? >> yes. >> jimmy: it's a whole new giant. >> "crime scene investigation." >> jimmy: it's a giant thing. "csi" is gigantic. >> it's huge. it's huge. and it's good. >> jimmy: it's really good. >> it's actually really good. >> jimmy: that's why it's successful, 'cause it's well written and well directed d well acted. >> true, true. >> jimmy: but "csi," the original is las vegas. >> right. >> jimmy: and then there is -- >> there's "csi: miami" which is
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the second one with david caruso. >> jimmy: yeah, they cast a guy you would normally run into in miami, a pale, white guy with red hair. [ laughter ] the red headed white guy. >> a ghost. >> jimmy: "must be miami. yeah, here we are. >> the red headed ghost." >> jimmy: could be "csi: ireland." >> horatio cane. and then there's "csi: new york" with gary sinise. >> jimmy: lieutenant dan. >> yes, the lt. dan band. >> jimmy: the lt. dan band. >> the lt. dan band. yeah, baby. >> jimmy: absolutely. he came and jammed out. >> did he? >> jimmy: absolutely. >> oh, i bet that was rocking. >> jimmy: it was super fun. >> but you're doing this weird, cool thing on your show this week. >> i start in miami and then i go to new york, or come to new york, and then i go back to vegas. and it's this trilogy that starts tonight. and it's crazy, 'cause it starts with this severed leg. >> jimmy: a severed leg? >> yeah, a severed leg and severed arm. arm and a leg. [ light laughter ] yeah! >> jimmy: so you have a severed arm and leg. whose are these? >> who are these people? and then they call the vegas crime lab to miami, 'cause the leg is from vegas and the arm is from florida. and we find out that there is a
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human trafficking. >> jimmy: it's venus de milo. >> yes. and then i track the thing to a human traffickg ring here in new york. and then the trail goes cold. and iee gary and melina and the rest of the "csi" isc team new york and then i go to vegas. >> jimmy: so, what is it, monday? >> monday is "csi: miami," wednesday is "csi: new york," thursday is "csi." >> jimmy: do you all have -- [ laughter ] >> "csi." >> jimmy: when you do the catch phrases, that must be -- >> stay-tuned for the next episode of "jimmy fallon." >> jimmy: "csi." >> "csi." >> jimmy: but everyone's got their catchphrase. is it tough getting the last word in? "we found the body." "we sure did." >> "we sure did. ah!" >> jimmy: "i know we did." >> no, dude -- >> jimmy: "you're telling me?" "you bet i did." >> you did? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: "okay, i'm leaving." >> "no, you're not." >> jimmy: "i'm staying." >> "stick around. we will be right back."
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>> jimmywe will beight back. you don't do that on "csi" though. i've a good idea, another good one. this is better than "more morpheus." >> okay, okay. >> jimmy: you should go and hop around all different cbs sitcoms. >> oh, wow, like "two and a half men"? >> jimmy: yeah! >> and "how i met your mother"? >> jimmy: yeah, you should be in "amazing race." >> oh, no! >> jimmy: you got to that. and then you take a nap with the "60 minutes" people. [ laughter ] >> and i should do "20/20" as well. >> jimmy: you can do "20/20." >> all as my character. >> jimmy: just hop around all as your character. >> and just say things like "an arm and a leg." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: and "we'll be right back." >> "and we'll be right back." >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. well, i can't wait to see is, man. >> it's very cool. >> jimmy: and you're gonna hang out? and we're going to see elmo and rosita. >> i cannot wait. i cannot stand that elmo and rosita are here. >> jimmy: people are freaking out. we had a line of babies out the door. [ light laughter ] >> i have a young child and she loves elmo. she will not believe it when she sees dad standing next to elmo. >> jimmy: my niece, alexander, met elmo once and just freaked out. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: and, like, went to
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give him a hug and just started shaking. [ laughter ] it is like walking through times square, really. [ laughter ] "i was getting a coffee and this is too much for both of us." you guys, the big "csi" trilogy crossover continues on "csi: new york" on wednesday and finishes thursday night at 9:00 p.m. on "csi." laurence fishburne, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] and from "sesame street" elmo and rosita join us next. come on back. [ applause ] ♪ meet bob. bob's helping us see where it's easier to find money. in there, or when you compare auto insurance prices at esurance. [ laughter ] fill out one easy online form for real-time prices from esurance and other leading companies. then, esurance helps you buy from the place that saves you the most! how much ya got? $53. good work. but esurance is a better one-stop shop to find cash! drivers who compare rates at esurance save $451 a year on average. [ crowd cheering ] find your cash in minutes at esurance. [ crowd cheering ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. thank you for watching. our next guest is some of our favorite friends and they are here to celebrate something awesome, the 40th anniversary of the tv premiere of "sesame street." it's tomorrow, actuly. and look at this, "40 years of sunny days." isn't that cute? this is my favorite. oh my god, i love these guys. please welcome our pals, elmo and rosita, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. nice to see you.
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>> hi. nice to meet you. >> jimmy: do you guys know, do you know mr. larry -- laurence fishburne? >> do we know mr. laurence fishburne? you came to "sesame street" before? >> laurence: yes, i have. >> yeah, yeahyou did. and you know what? and you were talking about healthy teeth, and you did it with me, and i don't have teeth, look. >>ahh! >> you know, i have to put a corn in my mouth. yeah. >> jimmy: you have no teeth at all? >> no, no. >> it is so embarrassing. >> jimmy: no, it looks fine. it is not embarrassing. >> laurence: you look beautiful for someone with no teeth. >> we only eat baby food. we're just kidding, just kidding. >> jimmy: okay. now you guys, last time i saw you here, we were here with ice-t. remember, elmo? oh you weren't here, rosita. >> yeah, i was not invited. >> jimmy: no, rosita. oh, please. don't give me that. you are always invited. >> no, i am giving you that, because i wanted to be here, but you didn't invite me. [ laughter ] >> will you calm down? rosita, you need to calm down. >> talk to my hands. >> jimmy: no, no, that's elmo. >> wait, she always does that to elmo. >> okay. i'm happy now. >> jimmy: we are so happy to have you here.
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and elmo -- >> wait, wait, what did you say? [ laughter ] [ applause ] elmo will look at your lips, okay. go ahead. >> jimmy: elmo -- yep. >> elmo's listening. >> jimmy: elmo, you were here -- >> -- slow down. >> jimmy: elmo -- >> elm -- what? >> emu? >> jimmy: elmo? >> yes? over here. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no, what do you want me to say? you want me to say it in spanish? elmosito. >> elmosito -- rosita. you have to r the r. >> jimmy: i don't know how the r the r. >> are we here to promote anything? >> jimmy: yes, yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you have been -- "sesame street" has been on since -- >> laurence: yeah, we are here to promote "csi," yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> laurence: we'll be right back.
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after these messages. >> jimmy: "sesame street" has been on for -- >> laurence: 40 years. >> jimmy: 40 years of living on sesame street. and that is the best street in the world. >> yeah. the best street. >> yeah, i love it here. >> it has been wonderful. >> jimmy: you love it? >> elmo's only been there for 3 1/2 years, but it's been wonderful. >> well, it is in the middle of the folding pages, and it is terrible. >> jimmy: you are folding right there in the end there, yeah. >> i am going the turn it around and i'm on the other side, see. >> you have to turn it around. >> oh, it is on there, too. i didn't see that before. >> wow! >> jimmy: that is a great book. >> yeah. >> you have a daughter? >> dalilah. >> laurence: delilah. >> is it delilah or dalilah? >> laurence: delilah. >> okay. >> laurence: delilah. >> delilah, elmo's here with your daddy and elmo loves you very, very much. >> laurence: and daddy loves you, too, baby. [ audience aws ] >> can i say something, too? >> yeah, go ahead. >> i'm not elmo, i'm rosita, and i know you love elmo, but you can, you know, you can love me, too, right? [ laughter ] i am kidding. >> jimmy: of course, i love you. i love you. >> mr. fallon, is this still your show?
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>> jimmy: i thought that maybe elmo had a.d.d. and i didn't know what was going on. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> tell me all about i i am with him 24/7 or 7/24. i don't know. >> jimmy: it is 24/7 and i am so happy to have you guys here. now -- >> right, right, right. >> jimmy: what? >> just spit it out. okay. [ laughter ] spit it out. >> jimmy: you know, you are too young, but one day you are going to be 40 years old and you will have a prostate exam. [ laughter ] and they might find a man's arm. who knows what they might find. [ laughter ] who knows? i am just saying get checked out. don't go looking for it. >> and that is what this person has done, yeah? [ laughter ] >> i dot get it. >> jimmy: it is an old person joke. we get older. >> laurence: it is okay. you will get it later. >> wow, you have cue cards. look rosita, he has cue cards. >> laurence: really? where? >> you see it? >> laurence: because i keep
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looking for my line. i still don't see it. [ laughter ] >> oh, hi. how are you, sir? >> jimmy: now, i was going to say what is the -- >> laurence: oh, wow! >> jimmy: i was going to say -- >> laurence: where did these guys come from? >> jimmy: i don't know. elmo brought them. >> elmo can't read. so it's not for elmo, it's for you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, okay. thank you, elmo. you are good. you are good, elmo. i love you. i love you. >> yeah, baby! >> jimmy: love you, love you, love you. [ laughter ] no, no, no. i'm giving you a hug. i'm giving you a hug. >> no, you wasn't. >> jimmy, just hang around with me, okay? >> elmo's going to stay with mr. laurence. >> laurence: stay with me elmo. stay with me. >> jimmy: no, i love you, too, elmo. >> laurence: i will protect you from him. i'll protect you [ laughter ] >> jimmy: elmo, we are good buddies, can we hang out? [ elmo spits ] [ laughter ] [ rim shot ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what is -- what is going on? >> laurence: he is sensitive muppet people. >> elmo didn't mean it. elmo will wipe it off. i didn't mean it. > jimmy: a thank you elmo. >> i didn't know you had green things going on there. >> jimmy: where?
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right here? >> -- spit on you -- >> jimmy: come on. give me that. i will clean it off. it is unbelievable. it is fine. >> you are my favorite, favorite visitor on sesame street. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, you were kind of crazy, because you were pretending to be a survivor man, but you were awesome. >> jimmy: oh, that's right. when is that on? do we know when that is on? >> what does that say "three?" what does three mean? >> jimmy: we have three minutes left. elmo, elmo knows the number three. >> what are you doing? what is it? >> oh, now it's two. >> jimmy: wait, the number -- you cannot show the muppets numbers, they are going to go crazy. [ laughter ] you don't do that. that is one of my favorites, you remember that song? >> yeah, yeah, we do. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: because the roots love "sesame street" and they remember the song. >> did you know the pointer sisters sang this? >> jimmy: i did not know that. the pointer sisters? they sung this, the song that they're ready to do. >> jimmy: ready? >> the pointer sisters?
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♪ one, two, three, four, five six, seven, eight, nine, ten eleven, twelve ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ one, two, three, four, five six, seven, eight, nine, ten eleven, twelve ♪ ♪ one, two, three, four, five six, seven, eight, nine, ten eleven, twelve ♪ ♪ one, two, three, four, five six, seven, eight, nine, ten eleven, twelve ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: can you do it in spanish? >> well, we have a problem, because in spanish, it is so long that i just get to ten. will you help me? >> jimmy: let's try, yeah. >> well, okay. help me, okay? >> one, two, three, four. [ sings in spanish ] >> jimmy: that is good. audience, you want to do it in english? you want to try? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: okay. ready? >> yeah. >> one, two, three, four -- ♪ ♪ one, two, three, four, five six, seven, eight, nine, ten eleven, twelve ♪ ♪ one, two, three, four, five six, seven, eight, nine, ten eleven, twelve ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "sesame street." i want to thank you for 40 years of entertainment and learning and awesomeness. elmo and rosita, everybody. stay tuned, hip-hop guest groovaloo perform next. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ one, two, three, four, five six, seven, eight, nine, ten eleven, twelve ♪ "brighten ba": "sandy sees the light." (gasps) are you an angel? (laughing) no, i'm doctor dan. but yourlothes, they're so bright. (chuckling) i use cheer. there's nothing worse than dingy clothes. now that she's seen the light, will sandy choose cheer? surprisingly bright, at a new lower price.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. i was looking through "sesame street" book here. it's an amazing book. gosh, you have to get this thing. there are just so many awesome pictures in here, but look over here. there is a picture of -- >> laurence: where is it? where is it? >> jimmy: down here. >> laurence: oh! >> jimmy: you see that? wait. thats me. that is me and elmo. [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: and you remember that day, elmo? >> yeah! [ laughter ] >> elmo can't hear. >> jimmy: rosita, you weren't there that day we hung out? >> no, i was not invited either. >> jimmy: no, rosita, you were invited to that one, absolutely. >> well, it was really cool and you need to come back. and mr. laurence, you need to come back, too. >> yeah, please. >> laurence: thank you, elmo and rosita, i will be back as soon as i can. >> jimmy: i love you guys. absolutely. >> laurence: we love you guys. >> and the roots, the roots need to come, too. >> yeah. >> jimmy: the roots, yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> you guys are awesome. >> jimmy: we will have the roots on, too, absolutely. we have a fun show coming up tomorrow night, the beautiful january jones here from
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"mad men" will be here. all pro safety from the pittsburgh steelers troy polamalu is going to join us. and our friend and animal expert jeff musial is going to bring some of his favorite animals to the studio. hope you see you back here tomorrow night. but now, our next guests are a group of amazing hip-hop performers who fuse dance and theater into their show, "groovaloo," which will be at union square theater right here in new york beginning december 1st. here with an original performance exclusively for us, please welcome, groovaloo. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> groovaloo is on "late night with jimmy fallon." and the roots crew. ♪ coming at you in high def with the slow mo on the boob tube ♪ ♪ 27th heaven the bronx bomber's coming through ♪ ♪ we're like the new york yankees world champions ♪ ♪ sstart spreading the news philly dudes ♪
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♪ >> break time! ♪ ♪ >> break time! [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow! that is what i am talking about. my god. good man. thank you, buddy. that was unbelievable. fantastic. thanks, pal. groovaloo, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] wow! before they head out on national tour, you can catch them at union square theater in new york from december 1st through january 3rd. we will be right back. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to mr. george benson, laurence fishburne, elmo and rosita, groovaloo and the greatest band in late night, the roots, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] stay-tuned for "carson daly." thanks for watching. have a good night. hope to see you tomorrow, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪

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