-How are you feeling
after the Super Bowl? I’m sorry your
San Francisco 49ers — -I’m a big Niners fan, yeah.
-Yeah. -I’m bummed, obviously. -I saw this picture that you
posted right before the game. -Yeah. Well, I’m a little bummed about
this, too, actually, ’cause the Niners, I guess, know that
me and the Lonely Island guys are fans of the team,
so they sent us this. -Yeah.
-But my name was on the jersey. So I was like,
“I’m on the team!” -Yeah, exactly.
[ Laughter ] -Then I found out I’m not. -The hard way.
-Yeah. -You were ready to play.
You were all suited up. -By the way,
they could’ve used me. [ Laughter ]
-At this point, yeah, why not? -Could’ve used me!
[ Laughter ] -Oh, my God. That’s your new character,
“could’ve used me” Guy. -“Could’ve used me” Guy. -“Could’ve used me.” But on a happier note, your movie “Palm Springs”
was at Sundance. -Yes.
-And you star in it as well. And it sold for
a record amount of money. -That’s right.
[ Cheers and applause ] -A record.
-Insane. Completely insane. -How did it sell for
a record amount of money? -Well, the Sundance thing, when
you get offers on the movies, you stay up until 5:00 in the
morning, negotiating and stuff. And it was — it’s Neon and Hulu who are the ones
who ended up buying it. And they came in with an offer
that was very high. It was an amount that would match the highest sale
ever at Sundance. And it was 5:00 in the morning. And I was there with Akiva
’cause we were with our, you know, producer and people,
and we’re negotiating. I was like, “Well, we should
maybe ask to throw on a dollar more and then make it
the highest sale ever.” [ Laughter ] And Akiva was like, “No, no, no. We should ask
for 69 cents more.” [ Laughter and applause ] And I was like,
“Yes, that’s right.” -That’s a funnier —
[ Laughter ] -“You should do that.” -So by 69 cents, you became —
you shattered the record. -Shattered the record
by 69 whole cents. -That’s what I’m talking about.
[ Cheers and applause ] That’s a good negotiator
right there. -Yeah. Life is a joke.
-Life is a joke. Everyone have fun. I mean, you look like you
and Kiv were having fun. -We had a blast.
-And Jorma. -It’s weird. Me and Kiv had
a lot of fun at Sundance. Jorm didn’t end up making it.
-What? -Yeah, he couldn’t find
the hotel or something. It was weird. -Wow, that’s bizarre.
-Yeah. -You don’t know what —
Is he okay? -I think so. I don’t know. -That’s interesting ’cause I follow Lonely Island
on Instagram. I know you guys post
your stories. Your story is much different
than what Jorma was posting. I don’t know if —
Have you seen it? -I think I saw a little of it.
But, yeah, I don’t know. -Maybe it will help explain
what happened to Jorma. Take a look at
what happened at Sundance. -Oh, okay. Yeah. -Hey, what’s up, you guys?
Sundance is going crazy. It’s just me and Kiv. -It’s so fun.
I can’t believe it. -Hey, guys. Jorma here. I’ve just been walking for
awhile now. I still can’t find the hotel,
though. I’ll be there soon. I slept in the woods last night. You can see
the lake’s frozen over, so I couldn’t get
any fresh water. -Yo, look at all these pieces
that just got sent to us. Oh, my God.
[ Laughter ] -He’s coming.
The bear’s coming. You son of a — you son of a — I [bleep] killed the bear. ♪♪ This is my home now. There is no hotel. -Jorma — -So it’s the Lonely Island. -Now I lay me down to sleep. I pray the Lord my soul to keep. [ Laughter ]
-Wow. I mean, do you see,
that’s much different. -Yeah.
[ Applause ] -I’m worried about him. -Oh, don’t worry about Jorm.
He’s fine. -Oh, really?
-Yeah. Did you see Post Malone in
there, though? -Yes! -No, but I mean, Jorm,
I’m worried that he’s okay. -Jimmy, Jorma is fine.
He came with me here tonight. I think he’s sitting
in the audience. -Jorma, you’re here tonight? -Oh, I’m good, Jimmy.
-Oh, my God. -I’ve been eating bear. -Oh, my God.
He’s eating raw meat. Good God. -Yeah, he’s good.
-Okay. -It’s bear meat. It’s bear meat.
-Oh, it’s bear meat. Yeah, thank you, Jorm.
Okay, good. Alright, so I guess
he is doing okay. -Yeah. He’s killing it.
-Okay, good. He’s doing okay. -Living his best life.
-I’m killing it. [ Laughter ] -Alright. -I think we can all agree
that was worth it. [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] That’s the biggest steak
I’ve ever seen. -That was a big bear.
[ Laughter ] -Still eating it.
-He’s still eating — Jorm. [ Laughter ] Have you made a shelter
or anything in the woods? -Oh, yeah, I’ve made
a bunch of stuff, Jimmy. Yeah. I’m doing real good. -Alright, yeah, yeah.
You look it. Alright. Let’s change the subject. -He’s going to throw up.
-He’s going to throw up. -I’m used to this.
[ Laughter ] -Oh, my God. [ Cheers and applause ]
It doesn’t even matter. Oh, my God. -The best part about this is
Jorma was at home two hours ago. And I called him
to come do this. [ Laughter ] -You got to show up
for your buddy. [ Laughter ]
You got to show up. -He’s taking care of his kid. And then he’s like, “I’m eating
raw meat on television.” [ Laughter ] -I just feel bad for the girl
next to him. [ Laughter ]
Oh, my God. He’s offering.
He is very, very nice. -You know what? There’s more than enough
to go around, you guys. [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] -Alright, everyone gets a bite
of bear meat if they want. Everyone can have a bite of
bear meat if you want. -Yeah.
[ Cheers and applause ] -Bear meat!
-Bear meat. -Bear meat!
[ Cheers and applause ] Come get it!
[ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ -Let’s talk about —
-Yeah. -Alright, let’s talk about —
-He’s fine. -He’s fine.
-Yeah. -Yeah, let’s talk about
something else. -Jorma, you want to talk about
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine”? [ Cheers and applause ] -Yeah.