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  • -My first guests are both Emmy winners and two of the funniest,

  • most talented people I know.

  • Gosh, I love them so much. This is very exciting.

  • They've reunited as their iconic characters Wayne and Garth

  • from "Wayne's World" for a big Super Bowl commercial

  • for Uber Eats airing this Sunday.

  • Look out for it. It is really good.

  • Here is Mike Myers and Dana Carvey.

  • Yeah! -Whoo! Yeah!

  • Party on, Jimmy! -Whoo!

  • -Welcome, welcome, welcome to "The Tonight Show."

  • -Yeah, we're gonna come and get some.

  • -Oh! Come and get some. [ Laughter ]

  • -Come and get some right now. -Oh!

  • It's good to have you guys here to come and get some.

  • -I'm going to tour a character

  • I call Red Redneckie the Redneck Comedian,

  • but I'm gonna hire other comedians to play him.

  • "Alright, Redneck, I'm the Red Redneckie, Redneck Comedian.

  • I know -- I know a redneck married his sister,

  • only 'cause Mama turned him down.

  • Come and get some."

  • "Come and get some" is his catchphrase.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • "Come and get some."

  • The other day -- [ Laughter ]

  • "Come and get some" is blowing up on my podcast.

  • -Come and get some.

  • -My kids and everyone wanted to have some food.

  • I said, "We only have enough hubcaps to go around

  • to feed everybody. Come and get some."

  • [ Laughter ]

  • You should throw "come and get some" --

  • -That was your turn to laugh? -Yeah.

  • -Is that what that is? -Yeah, come and get some

  • is everything. My grandpappy invented the phrase

  • "dollars to doughnuts."

  • Every time he got a buck, he bought a doughnut.

  • He died at 47. Come and get some.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Dude, "come and get some" is the best thing.

  • -Oh, yeah! -Oh, dude.

  • -Whatever, whatever, whatever crap, you don't know

  • it gonna flersh down that terlet.

  • Come and get some. [ Laughter ]

  • It's just bad jokes, folks. It's not supposed to be good.

  • -Oh, my gosh. -Come and get some.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -That's Red Redneckie the Redneck Comedian.

  • You can see it here on my podcast,

  • "Fantastic! with Dana Carvey."

  • -Come and get some.

  • -I have lots of questions that I wanted to ask that

  • I've never asked you before. -Really?

  • -Yeah. How long have you known each other

  • and what do you remember each about meeting each other?

  • Dana, you first?

  • -Oh. Michael and I met -- [ Laughs ]

  • I think -- I guess it was the late '80s.

  • I'd done "SNL." I was fortunate enough, freakily fortunate,

  • to get on "Saturday Night Live,"

  • and I was there for a couple seasons I guess,

  • and then our latest new cast member appeared,

  • and it was Mike Myers.

  • And I liked him right away.

  • He was a very, very clever lad, and we, you know --

  • I think we just met around town in the maelstrom of "SNL."

  • Just the most intense thing you could ever experience, I think.

  • Mike? -Yeah.

  • I hadn't seen the show 'cause I lived in England

  • and it wasn't on in England, and then I moved to Canada

  • shortly, and I came into what appeared to me

  • to be like this -- and it's true --

  • this all-star cast, and just, like, "Oh, my God,

  • these guys are so fantastic,"

  • and then when I wrote "Wayne's World,"

  • I just thought -- I mean, you know...

  • Dana Carvey was in my sketch because just put good people

  • in your sketch and it'll get on, you know, so.

  • -Well, the first few times we went on,

  • we were kind of the last sketch. -Yeah.

  • -I think it took us a while -- so it was like --

  • -The truth is, you were in the area of the "SNL"

  • on the floor, you know, where all sketches go to die.

  • That was where -- -Yes.

  • -Yes. -The one all the way

  • far back on the left. -Yes.

  • -The dead corner, yeah. -The dead corner.

  • -That doesn't have an audience looking at you at all.

  • They have to watch it on the monitor.

  • -Yeah. -And you're just like,

  • "Is anybody watching?" You feel like you're sending it

  • out into space or something. -Yeah. You broke the curse.

  • -And some planet will see it.

  • -We would jump up and down with energy.

  • I think when you're last up and you're over in the corner,

  • you're trying to be kind of defiant.

  • Like, we'll just bring psychotic energy.

  • "Wayne's --" Just screaming.

  • But eventually it caught on.

  • -And when you do these sketches,

  • you don't think it's gonna be a film.

  • -No, we didn't think it was gonna be a film,

  • and then when we did it, we didn't think necessarily

  • they were gonna release it. You know what I mean?

  • -Really? -They were a little like,

  • "Hmm, what is this?" You remember?

  • -Yeah, we didn't think they'd bring actual cameras to the set.

  • We were young. We didn't know.

  • We weren't sure if it was a stage play

  • or a puppet show at malls, but anyway.

  • -But when did you feel like it was a real movie?

  • 'Cause it was a giant, giant movie.

  • -That summer, I think.

  • Dana and I were invited to this rally

  • that Ellen DeGeneres was hosting at Lincoln Park in Chicago.

  • And one of the things that struck me was that

  • Dana's the most relaxed performer I'd ever --

  • First of all, it's just, "Let's just have fun."

  • And I was like, "Oh, right, we're supposed to enjoy this.

  • You're right." Because I'm a bit of a tortured artist at times.

  • -I think we all are.

  • -I just wing it. -We went out and he was like,

  • "Just have fun. Come on. Let's do it."

  • And I was like, "You're not really that person, are you?"

  • And he is really that person, you know what I mean?

  • 'Cause everyone always says that, but --

  • And I was like, "Oh, right, I don't have to be so tortured."

  • Still be present, and you'd said something

  • that got a big, giant laugh.

  • And he was so calm that he --

  • it was like the "ahhh" at Lincoln Park,

  • and he turned me and go, "Do you want to eat at the hotel

  • or do you want to try and find a place in Chicago?"

  • And I'd be looking at him like...

  • -"We can't talk about that now!" -"We're on stage.

  • Don't talk to me. What are you doing?"

  • And he'd just wait it out and then he'd be back in.

  • -Isn't it fun, though? 'Cause even though you do have fun,

  • it is comedy, but putting all that work into one little joke,

  • it could take you hours. It could take you a week

  • to go, "How are we gonna crack this?"

  • And then someone has to shake you and go, "It's comedy.

  • Have fun." And you go, "Right, right, right."

  • -Come and get some. -Come and get some.

  • [ Laughter ]

-My first guests are both Emmy winners and two of the funniest,

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