Rebecca Romijn-stamos On Last Call 5/9

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>> Carson: Are you a big gambler?
>> No, I'm not a gambler.

>> Carson: Oh, come on.

>> You know what? I gamble on stupid stuff. Like, we gamble like $10 on whether or not that guy will pick his nose again in the next ten minutes.

>> Carson: Who is this?

>> You know, my husband and I or my friends and I. Tonight, we have $10 on which hour will find you passed out at the club paradise tonight.

>> Carson: Who me?

>> Yeah.

>> Carson: Go late.

>> What time is it right now?

>> Carson: I hno idea. You know, we're taping the show.

>> Let me see. I'm going to go 3:00.

>> Carson: You might be right. You know, I ran into rebecca in paris, france.

>> Yeah, last time we hung out was in paris.

>> Carson: She was absolutely wasted at a bar.

>> Wait a minute.

>> Carson: And I could hear her voice.

>> I was? No.

>> Carson: And I was like, "that must be rebecca."

>> We had a great time. But it was your first time in paris.

>> Carson: Yes, it was.

>> And it was fashion week.

>> Carson: Yes, it was.

>> Funny, you made it there for fashion week. I never knew you were such a fashionista.

>> Carson: Clearly I'm not.

>> You're totally into clothes.

>> Carson: It was a great time. What 29-year-old guy wouldn't want to go to paris for fashion week given an opportunity?

>> Yeah. All the models, it was great.

>> Carson: What were you doing there?

>> I was there just hanging out with friends.

>> Carson: Yeah?

>> Yeah.

>> Carson: Did you have any -- I hated paris because it was just before the war. And me and my buddy got denied at a restaurant. Did you have any problems with the french?

>> Nope.

[ Laughter ]

>> Carson: It's that damn hot thing.

>> You should have stuck with us. Hey, when did you get that done?

>> Carson: What?

>> You have a little diamond in your nose?

>> Carson: Yeah, you like that?

>> I like it.

>> Carson: That's what happens when you make it big time at 2:00 A.M. On nbc. You can afford the two karat diamond.

[ Applau

>> Two karat.

>> Carson: I actually poked it through myself, and it started to ble

>> You did not.

>> Carson: And then I went and had a guy do it.

>> Did you?

>> Carson: Yeah.

>> I poked a hole in my ear with a safety pin when I was in high school. But I let it close up because it got infected. True story.

>> Carson: That's fantastic. Did you meet the mayor? Mayor, do you have a key for rebecca to anything like chippendale's or something?

>> Absolutely not.

[ Laughter ]

>> Carson: You know, sheoesn't gamble. Is there anything you'd like to complout las vegas to the mayor? He might be able to help T.

>> No, I like it theay -- you know, I think there should be more guys handing out hooker pamphlets.

[ Cheers and applause ] I don't know.>> Carson: It's crazy how much press you guys have done for "x-2."

>> I know, it's so crazy. It's -- you know, it's a little -- it's a true story.

>> Carson: It's a comic book.

>> It's an art house movie about eight outcasts

>> Carson: No, it's not.

>> No, it's not.

>> Carson: Are you sick of just doing everything?

>> This is my last one. I've done a lot hem.

>> Carson: Right. Oh, this piece -- this piece of lame press you're doing right now?

>> No! This is totally -- are you kidding? It's vegas and it's you, my old friend. Of course I'm --

>> Carson: I'm a fool.

>> You're a fool. Fool booty.

>> Carson: We'll talk about "x-men 2." Let's take a quick break. We've got plenty more show coming up. I've got the key. We can all go out after, if you want. Rebecca romijn-stamos. We'll talk about "x-2" when we get back right after this.

[ Cheers and applause ]

[ Cheers and applause ]

It's getting hot in here

so hot

so take off all your clothes

I am getting so hot baby I'm going to take my clothes off it's getting hot in here

>> Carson: Welcome back. Thank you. Nice. Richard cheese, that was an excellent rendition of nelly.

>> Thank you.

>> Richard cheese.

>> Carson: Very nice.

>> I love that kid.

>> Carson: Rebecca romijn-stamos is here.

>> Richard cheese -- do you ever go by dick?

>> Sure. Yes, to you, yes, definitely.

>> Dick cheese? He goes by dick cheese.

>> Carson: Dick cheese.

[ Light laughter ]

>> I don't get it.

>> Carson: I don't think the unge guys appreciate that.

>> I'm sure you've never heard that before.

>> No.

>> Carson: Okay, wait, I got to get through this before we continue to chat. We've been very excited to come to las vegas. So in one of our new york --

>> I love it here.

>> Carson: Oh, it's great here.

>> Love it.

>> Carson: You don't even gamble. Whato you mean you like it here?

>> I like going to shows.

>> Carson: You like betting on guys that pick their nose. What shows do you go to here?

>> You know what? I saw this terrible ventriloquist show today. I walked out of it.

>> Carson: Is that a sign of getting old when you come to las vegas and you don't gamble and you go see a ventriloquist show?

>>T was fun.

>> Carson: Yeah, good times. We shot a show back in new york and we flew -- we just wanted to stoke out a couple kids. We gave them some ee airfare and whatnot on jet blue to ce down here to hang out with us in vegas to watch the show. They won. And they're here. And they're having dinner right now as we're taping this, apparently, at a restaurant here at the hard rock called simon. Can we find amy and her friend halle?

>> Hi, carson, how are you?

>> Hi.

>> Carson: Hey, all right. Which one's which, I forgot?

>> I'm amy.

>> I'm halle.

>> Carson: Hey, amy. Are you halle?

>> Yeah.

>> Hi, how are you?

>> Carson: All right. Oh, wait, I forgot to show the whole thing. Can I do that now? Guys, sit tight, have a glass of wine. This is them back in new york winning this whole damn thing. I have to play this down.

>> Jet blue is flying you and a guest to las vegas to see "last call" tape at hard rock hotel and casino in early may.

>> Carn:N: You want to go to vegas? You can go. All right.

[ Cheers and applause ] Yeah. That was back in new york. Put them back on, steve. Amy.

>> Hi.

>> Carson: So when we -- I remember shooting that show in new york, I thought you were taking a guy. Like, there was a guy sitting next to you.

>> I know. It turns out he couldn't come. So now halle's my date.

>> Carson: Yeah, well, that can be some guy's troubles. Who's that? Halle, is that a girlfriend of yours?

>> Yeah, this is my roommate, my best friend, halle.

>> Carson: Hi, halle, how are you?

>> Good, how are you?

>> Carson: Nice treat to be here in las vegas?

>> Very.

>> Carson: By the way, amy, I want to thank you for winning this whole damn thing that we gave you to come to las vegas to watch the show and you're not here, you're eating.

>> Yes, we are.

>> Exactly.

>> Thank you.

[ Girls laughing ]

>> Carson: That's great. Who's paying for that dinner?

>> Both: I think you are.

>> Carson: Me?

>> Yep.

>> Simon is, the restaurant.

>> Carson: Really? Is there a waiter nearby? Can you get a waiter? I think we should get your check.

>> I don't know where the waiter is.

>> Carson: Hey, buddy.

>> What can I get for you?

>> Hi.

>> How we doing?

>> Both: Good.

>> Carson: Hey, get those -- I do not know those girls. Get them the hell out of the restaurant.

>> Get them out?

>> Carson: Take their food back.

>> Okay.

>> Carson: Yeah, grab it.

>> Carson.

>> Carson: All right. Rebecca, do you have a question for the girls?

>> You're party poopers. How come you're not here?

>> We were actually just there and they just rushed us over here.

[ Laughter ]

>> I don't get it.

>> I don't either.

>> I'm totally lost. I'm lost.

>> Carson: This stuff doesn't happen on leno. It just doesn'T. It only happens here. Hey, girls, before we let you go, is there any amount of money I could give you just to give us a nice little lesbian kiss?

[ Cheers and applause ] I mean, anything. You're best friends, forrying out loud.

>> Yeah.

>> Yeah, I don't think so.

>> We don't really go there.

>> Carson: No, you don't go for that stuff?

>> No.

>> Carson: Okay, all right.

>> Sorry.

[ Audience boos ]

>> Carson: No, come on. I'll up the ante in like 20 minutes.

[ Laughter ] Or they'll be on the red-eye home. Rebecca, "x-2" -- this film is unbelievable. And I was thinking you must be exhausted from doing all the press. And it's hard -- people don't understand when you come and do press for shows, all these losers like myself ask you the same dumb questions over and over again.

>> Oh.

>> Carson: What has, like, been the worst thing you've had to deal with? 'Cause this is a huge movie, and it requires huge press.

>> Yeah. Well, we had like this eight-day press junket. You basically have to do 80 interviews a day. And they paired us up, because there was ten of us in the cast. So they paired us up, and so I was with alan cumming, who plays the other blue person in the movie. I don't know if anybody here has seen it, but --

>> Carson: Yes, of course they have. It's over like $100 million by now.

[ Cheers and applause ]

>> The one that I get the most -- the one that everybody asks is -- if you could morph into anyone in real life, who would you morph into? I just never got my answer down pat. But alan cumming, who's scottish and so sweet and hilarious, he goes --

[ Imitating alan cumming ] "Well, I guess I would morph into rebecca." And I was like, "oh, how sweet." And he goes --

[ Imitating alan cumming ] "So's I could shag her husband."

[ Laughter ] And I'm like --

[ Cheers and applause ] "Oh, my god." And then they're like, "and, rebecca, who would you morph into?" I have no comeba, , because he's taken the greatest line in history. I'm like, "I -- alan's hand?"

>> Carson: You should have said -- alan's hand? That's nice. What is the blue? Is that -- that's just paint, right?

>> No, it's --

>> Carson: You're basically naked throughout this --

>> Who's naked?

>> Carson: You are. I mean, it's just paint over --

>> I'm not naked. I'm in such denial about the nakedness.

>> Carson: Why?

>> 'Cause I have to, like, play mind tricks. I've done two of these now, and it's like I'm in denial about it.

>> Carson: But you show up to the set and they put -- what do they do? They just paint you?

>> It's prosthetics. No, it's actually 100 silicone prosthetics that they glue all over my body. And then they paint everything else blue. It's like a big, gloried -- a silicone glorified bikini.

>> Carson: Is it a pain in the ass when you were shooting?

>> Pain in the ass. You have no idea. Li, it's constantly -- it's sticky, it's getting off on everything. You're leaving little blue butt marks on toilet seats. And they're constantly retouching everything.

[ Laughter ]

>> Carson: That's a nice visual there, too.

>> And imaintenanc it took six hours every day. I'd have to get there at 2:00 in the morning.

>> Carson: Right. Oh, woe is you. Over a $100 million film --

>> Boo-hoo, I'm in a huge movie.

>> Carson: Let's go ahead and take a look. If you haven't seen it, I'm sure many of you have. Here's a clip from "x-2: X-men united." Here's rebecca romijn-stamos.

>> Excuse me. They say you can imitate anybody, even their voice.

>> Even their voice.

>> Then y not stay in disguise all the time? You know, look like everyone else?

>> Because we shouldn't have to.

[ Cheers and applause ]

>> Carson: That's great. Rebecca romijn-stamos in "x-men 2." So obviously, there'll be an "x-3," right? When do you guys start shooting that?

>> Probably. I have no idea.

>> Carson: If this film had bombed --

>> I'm sure it's written already.

>> Carson: If "x-2" had bombed, would there not have been one? Is that how hollywood works?

>> Yeah, roughly.

>> Carson: Basically? But you guys killed it.

>> Yeah, it's pretty simple.

>> Carson: What was it, like the fourth biggest opening weekend in history?

>> Yeah.

>> Carson: Or something like that?

>> Yeah, that's what they tell us. It's so funny, because the studio head called me on sunday. And he goes, "rebecca, congratulations, you have a huge opening."

>> Carson: That's great.

[ Laughter ]

>> "Your opening was enormous."

>> Carson: That's great, the studio executive was, apparently, larry flynt. That's nice. So you get some time off now? You've just been going nuts with this thing.

>> Now I have some time off, yeah.

>> Carson: What are you doing to do? What do you like to do? You don't gamble, you like to --

>> You know, go hang out with my dogs, just be home for a little while.

>> Carson: Right, all right. Exciting. No way I can get you to stay? You're exhausted?

>> No, you know what? We're going out tonight.

>> Carson: No, I mean stay for the next segment of this show.

>> Oh, I'll stay.

>> Carson: Will you stay?

>> I have nothing scheduled.

>> Carson: I'm not kidding you. Amarillo slim. This is a legend here in vegas. He, like, gambles on everything. He once beat minnesota fats in a pool game using a broomstick. Like, he's crazy. He's a real-life gambler. I can't imagine you want to stay. But I'm going to make you.

>> I think I just --

>> Carson: We'll be right back with more of rebecca romijn-stamos. Amarillo slim. A little richard chee,e, everybody.

I like big butts and I cannot lie you other brothers can't deny

that when a girl walks in with an itty-bittyaiaist and a round thing in your face you get sprung

[ Cheers and applause ] (Female announcer) underneath the womanwho works hard all day

[ Cheers and applause ]

Baby got back baby got back back back

[ Cheers and applause thank you.

>> He's a great guy. I've known him for a very long time.

>> Carson: Yeah, very good. Welcome back, everybody. Are you guys all right? This is our first night in las vegas at e hard rock hotel and casino. You guys all right? You having fun?

[ Cheers and appla all right. Vendetta red's going to come out and play. Greg fitzsimmons. Yeah, all right. Rebecca's still here. Thanks.

>> You're welcome.

>> Carson: Our next guest --

>> Thanks for having me. Thanks for not kicking me off.

>> Carson: Yeah, I woun't let you go if you tried. Our next guest has been call the greatest gambler that ever lived. I can barely read the damn cue card. Please welcome amarillo slim, everybody. Amarillo?

You got to know when to hold them he kto fold them he knows when to walk away

he knows when to run he never counts his money when he's sitting at the table

>> Carson: Amarillo slim, everybody. Wow. Wow. What a pleasure. And what a gentleman. Rebecca, did you notice, he came, he removed his hat to meet the young lady.

>> How nice.

>> There's some chivalry left in the south.

>> Carson: Yes, there is.

>> How nice.

>> Carson: Wow. How are you?

>> Is this considered the south?

>> Pardon?

>> Oh, you're from the south.

>> Well, kind of south texas.

>> Are you feeling me up right now?

>> Not if I can help it.

[ Cheers and applause ]

>> Carson: Wow. You know what? Forget me, right?

>> Yeah.

>> Carson: That's a very interesting hat you're wearing, amarillo slim. Is there a little history behind that? I get the feeling there's a little bit of history behind everything with you.

>> Probably. No, that sucker bit me.

>> Carson: That's a snake that actually bit you.

>> Yes, sir. But you notice he's dead, not me.

>> Carson: Yes, I see that.

>> I read once where I put a rattlesnake in a man's pocket and then asked him for a match. I really didn't, but he's deceased now.

>> Carson: You're like a living legend. There's so many great stories about you and gambling and the things that you've done. You've got a book here. Nice little picture. This is amarillo slim, "in a world of fat people," which of course you can pick up.

>> Oh, that didn't mean fat like this. It's fat in the hip.

>> Carson: Fat in the hip?

>> Yeah.

>> Carson: Tell me, like, a little bit about the history of you and gambling. When did it begin?

>> I don't know. In my youth. I've been a professional gambler all my life.

>> Carson: And what sorts of things -- in the book, you talk about -- just a few of the things -- $300,000 you won playing dominoes against willie nelson.

>> Oh, bless his heart. He couldn't track an elephant in four foot of snow.

>> Carson: Yeah?

>> He was lighter than a june frost for me. You understand?

>> Carson: Yeah. I think that's just his code for high.

>> No.

>> Carson: I'm not quite sure. Is that what that meant?

>> Well, I've treated him like a stepchild all of his life.

>> Carson: Yeah. It's that you've beat him?

>> Unmercifully.

>> Carson: It sounds like it. You once -- you outshot a hall of fame basketball coach from the free throw line using a football.

>> All trappers don't wear fur caps.

>> Carson: Okay, I'm lost, rebecca. Do you understand what that means?

>> Oh, my god.

>> Carson: Like I'm so down to be gracious right now. I just don't know what that means.

>> Well, I mean, what he smelled cooking wasn on the fire.

>> Carson: Right.

>> You understand?

>> Carson: This is like that scene -- yeah, that's what I'm talking about. Like that scene from "airplane" when the guys are talking jive.

>> Yeah, well, this isn't jive.

>> Carson: Richard, do you have any idea what this fine man is saying?

>> I speak jive.

>> Carson: Yeah?

>> But not this kind of jive.

>> Carson: Yeah -- no, me neither.

>> Sorry.

>> Carson: This is my favorite one, amarillo. You won $37,000 betting that a fly would land on a certain r cube while you were in jail.

>> Well, I was there, but it wasn't for anything wrong.

>> Carson: Did you do time?

>> No, no, no. Hell, e sheriff called me and said he had a big shot in his jail and he had $37,000 in his pocket, and it would be nice if I'd come down. You know, he didn't have any business carrying around money. He was in the jail.

>> Carson: Right.

>> So I was put in there with him, which was to his misfortune, do you understand?

>> Carson: Yes, I understand.

>> This guy ordered some coffee, and he knew I could get coffee. So they brought us lumps of sugar, sugar cube. You know what I'm saying? Well, a sugar cube, in its natural form, is just like that, it's nothing.

>> Carson: Right.

>> But if you'll moisten your finger and wet it a little, it will dissolve and give off an aroma. Now, when mr. Fly comes, god, he just dive bombed --

>> Carson: He goes right for your sugar cube, 'cause it's all lubed up?

>> No question, he knows where to go.

>> Carson: He knows where to land. Is this the kind of gambling that you do? Do you ever just gamble, like, when you're here in vegas, on like blackjack?

>> Well, I've been barred from 21 for a long time, but I'm still the world's champion poker player. N: You're the world champion poker player?

>> I certainly am.

>> Carson: Are you really barr in this town? Can you gamble here at the hard rock?

>> Oh, I can gamble, but I don't play any of these other games. They're for tour -- I mean, they'rfor other folks. Laughter ]

>> Carson: Yeah, for tourists.

>> For tou

>> See? Exactly.

>> They're for tourists.

>> I would have done the $5 sugar cube bet, too. That's the kind of betting I do.

>> Well, you understand? We had five cubes. So any fool --n, anyone in the world could tell you it was 4-1. I don't know which one he'll land on. But I've never lost that in my life.

>> Carson: How well-known are you -- you live in texas?

>>, Sir.

>> Carson: And you come to vegas a lot?

>> Every time someone shows up with enough money, I come and play 'em. Yes, sir.>> Carson: Are you still active? When was the last time you tried to take somebody for their moy?

>> Last night.

[ Laughter ]

>> Carson: And what happened last night?

>> I caused a man some misfortune. He wanted to see if luck had overcome science.

>> Carson: If what?

>> Luck would overcome science.

>> Carson: Were y'all playing cards?

>> Seemed like we were.

>> Carson: I think I just said y'all.

>> Well --

>> Carson: It's that whole amaril t thing. It's rubbing right off.

>> Anyway, this guy, like I said, he couldn't track an elephant in four foot of snow. You understand?

>> Carson: Son of a b****.

[ Laughter ]

>> That's right. That's right. But I am from amarillo. But amarillo's a good town. Our population's been the same the last 50 years. Never varied. Every time some woman gets pregnant, some man leaves town. Amarillo --

[ Laughter ]

>> Carson: Got it. Maybe not vegas next year. Maybe texas, we'll take the show there.

>> Wcome, welcome.

>> Carson: Do you know tine mayor? Actually --

>> Oh, hell, he and I are closer than 19 is to 20.

>> Carson: Closer than what?

>> We're closer than 19 is to 20.

>> Carson: 19 is to 20?

>> That's pretty close.

>> Carson: Yeah, that's great.

>> I'm the only gambler whose picture hangs in city hall out here.

>> Carson: Right.

>> Really. At the denver post office.

[ Laughter ] Oh, you're drunk. I mean, do you drink?

>> Carson: No, no, just a little bit. Only when I'm talking.

>> Major sell.

>> Carson: What do you do when you're here in vegas? Is there always -- do people think it's like a scam? And I mean that with respect. They're nervous when you're around?

>> I'm here at the world series of poker.

>> Carson: Right.

>> It's going on now dowown. There's a bunch of fools running around with enough $100 bills to burn up 40 wet mules. Everybody down there has got an awful lot of money.

>> They just pour out of him.

>> Last year I put $6,320,000 in $100 bills on the end of a poker table.

>> Carson: $6 million?

>> That's enough a show dog couldn't jump over it.

>> Carson: Right, I hear you.

>> It was like this. We had 632 people posted $10,000 and we played one guy gets it.Now, I feel sorry for them other 629, but bless their heart, I'm glad they come to nevada.

>> Carson: That's fantastic. Yeah.

>> They help the economy.

>> Carson: Mr. Slim, may I ask how -- yes, they do. May I ask how old of a gentleman you are? 'M 74.

>> Carson: 74. You're still very active in this?

>> Yeah, yeah.

[ Cheerslause ]

>> Carson: Tremendous.>> That's old, that's old. That's old.

>> Cara fine man. And whenple get this book, will this tell them how to come into incredible fortune and hats?

>> No. Anything that would be any good for them, I wouldn't put it in there. I wouldn't piss my money off with something like that. Of course, I know what's in there.

>> Carson: Rebecca, take this when you leave this show tonight. Never piss your money off to anybody.

>> Thank you.

>> Don't gamble.

>> Carson: Do you have any questions for mr. Slim before he goes?

>> If they won't do any gamblingybabies. So me and the ladies have an agreement.

>> Oh, okay.

>> Carson: I have no idea what's going on.

>> I don't either. I'm lost.

>> Maybe mr. Slim would make a nice character in "x-3." Like the guy that comes in and just takes people's money.

>> Taking money guy.

>> Carson: Can you work that into larry flynt and the head of the studio?

>> Larry flynt, I beat him out of $1.7 million.

>> Carson: Did you really?

>> Yeah, the crippd d guy in the wheelchair?

[ Cheers and applause ] Yeah. Yeah.

>> Carson: Did you really?

>> Yes. Ask him. Yeah. I felt it was good for it.

>> Carson: Is larry flynt a good card player? Is that a real feat?

>> No, I feel like if it was raining soup, he'd be out in it with a fork.

>> Carson: Yeah, boy. We could go on for days with those. You're an amazing living legend, amarillo slim. God bless you. We appreciate you hanging out. Amarillo slim, everybody. He can hang out. Rebecca romijn-stamos. You're more than welcome to stay if you want.

[ Cheers and applause ] Run you. "X-2" is in theaters now. We'll be right back with a little comedy, everybody. Lord knows we need some.

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Postby renee » Tue May 13, 2003 6:03 pm

rebecca's go the greatest sense of humor....she'd be a trip to hand out with :lol:

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