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  • -Yeah! Hey, looking good, pal.

  • Thanks so much for doing this. -Thank you for having me.

  • -Originally, the plan was that you were going to appear

  • in studio tonight. -Right.

  • -But that didn't work out

  • because there's now a quarantine.

  • You're home in L.A. now, right? Correct?

  • -I was on -- so, yesterday I was in New York.

  • So I flew to New York to be on your show

  • and right when we landed, we got word that there was, like,

  • a new mandate or whatever, new rules going on

  • where we couldn't do the show anymore.

  • So I was in New York, and my hotel was literally

  • across from your studio.

  • So I was looking at it and we were getting the text,

  • like, we have to do the interview on Zoom now.

  • So I was just staring at your studio, I was like,

  • it's right there, I can literally --

  • Like, I can do it through the window.

  • And then, yeah, and I didn't see it.

  • I went for a run though, and I got to run right by the studio.

  • So that felt nice.

  • It kind of felt like I was on the show.

  • -You sent a photo that you took last night.

  • This is real. This --

  • You actually were there!

  • That's bizarre. -Yeah.

  • -You actually were here. -Look, I peed all over

  • the front of it because I was so angry

  • at not being able to --

  • That's just me.

  • -It just made you have to do it.

  • -Making sure you knew I was there.

  • -Dude, I'm so bummed because we had some fun bits

  • planned and all that stuff.

  • But when everything goes back to normal,

  • you have an open invitation,

  • Please, to come back to the studio anytime.

  • Okay? -Okay, good.

  • -Hey, I got something in the mail from you.

  • -Oh, no way! -I did not open it.

  • And I was waiting to open it while you're on the show.

  • Now, you're not a prankster.

  • So nothing's going to blow up, right?

  • -No, nothing's going to blow up but I can't believe you got --

  • I always assume that if you send something to a big celebrity

  • like this, it would get -- like it goes through like

  • ten different people, and they're like,

  • um, not this, not this.

  • But it got to you. -I get everything.

  • So this is something from you.

  • In this cool -- I like the box.

  • -Thank you so much. -Like a diamond --

  • I get it. "D." -Open it up.

  • David Dobrik, diamond. "DDD."

  • Is it a diamond ring?

  • -No, it's not a diamond ring.

  • It's perfume. -I'm already bummed.

  • -It will get you closer to a diamond ring.

  • -[ Gasps ] -Look at that.

  • You got to open -- Jimmy, open that card.

  • That card I got you right there.

  • The one that's sitting right on top.

  • -Okay. -Open it up.

  • -David Dobrik's debut fragrance collection, available now.

  • -Hey, Jimmy, it's David Dobrik.

  • I know this isn't a fair exchange,

  • but I'm sending you my perfume in hopes

  • of maybe you giving me your job.

  • I know it's not the fairest of exchanges,

  • but it would mean the world. [ Laughter ]

  • All right, I see you soon. Bye.

  • -This is -- only you would do --

  • [ Laughter ] -That's the first bribe of many.

  • -That's fantastic. Wait, so -- one for me --

  • -The boxes of cash are on their way.

  • -Grapefruit, sandalwood, amber, and cashmere.

  • Ooh, sounds fancy. Which one do I do?

  • The pink or the black one? I'm assuming --

  • -I think you'd like the black one more.

  • Honestly. I'm being serious.

  • I really think you would enjoy it.

  • -David's perfume. -[ Laughs ]

  • -Now... why not call it cologne?

  • -Perfume is just a lot better of a word.

  • -[ Laughs ] It kind of is. Yeah, you're right.

  • All right, here we go. All right, ready?

  • Oh.

  • Oh.

  • I love it.

  • I'm in. I love it.

  • -Even if it would have smelled like dog poop,

  • you would have been like... -No.

  • -..."This is delicious." -No, it's fresh.

  • It's amber and cashmere.

  • It's good. It's clean. I love it.

  • Dude, I'm so -- hey, whoa!

  • -Magnetic cap. Oh, my God.

  • That's exactly the reaction I wanted from people!

  • -Magnetic cap! Come on! [ Laughter ]

  • Dude, I love it, man. Congrats.

  • That's so rad. -Ah, thank you so much.

  • -Thank you for sending me this. I appreciate it, buddy.

  • -Thank you for opening it on television.

  • -You know, you were back on our show in June

  • when I was still doing the show from home,

  • and I appreciate you doing that because I told you back then

  • and I'm telling it now, but I felt like --

  • I felt like you. -Yeah?

  • -Like the old man version of David Dobrik.

  • That was, it was almost like you looking at your future.

  • And I was -- I was vlogging for four months.

  • -You've definitely stepped it up,

  • and your vlogging was actually very killer.

  • It was mainly your graphic design team,

  • which was your two daughters.

  • That's what made it the best.

  • That's what really sent you over the edge.

  • -Thank you.

  • -You have been vlogging more than I have.

  • -Yeah. -I haven't posted in 7 months.

  • -You told me that. We talked about this.

  • And then you posted something the other day with Borat.

  • -Yeah.

  • -That was your first one back and it was crusher.

  • Gosh, he is so funny. How did that come --

  • -He is the funniest man I have ever gotten to interact with.

  • He came -- It was -- Well, first off, I DM'd him

  • like four weeks ago, and then I got a DM back

  • like two days prior to shooting with him.

  • And he was like, "Yes, I'd love to come by."

  • And his team told me, they're like,

  • "Borat wants to meet you as Borat."

  • Like, I wasn't meeting anybody else.

  • I was meeting Borat for the first time on camera.

  • So it was a really cool thing that I got to meet him

  • in person, like live right there.

  • And he pulled right in, and he went right into his character

  • and just stayed in character

  • for the entire time we were hanging out.

  • It was hilarious.

  • -Interesting. -Such a funny dude.

  • -Yeah, he is a genius. -Such a funny guy.

  • -I love that guy. I loved your videos.

  • And, you know, we did a bit together.

  • I was just thinking like, when did it all happen?

  • You just moved to L.A. from high school?

  • And you -- Did you have any plan?

  • -I moved to L.A. when I was about 18.

  • And my parents gave me an ultimatum.

  • They were like, "You either go to college or you move out."

  • And I remember a week later, I, like,

  • asked three of my friends that weren't doing anything.

  • I really didn't even talk to them much.

  • But I knew they weren't doing anything

  • and that they weren't going to college

  • and they could help me split the rent in L.A.

  • so I found a two-bedroom for the four of us to live in,

  • and I told my parents, I'm like, "I'm moving to L.A."

  • And I remember my dad -- it was my --

  • Like, they both laughed. Like, it was like the cliché.

  • Like, your parents are like, "Ah-ha-ha."

  • My dad's like, "Where you are going to move,

  • Hollywood Boulevard?" And I went, "Yeah, literally.

  • The place I'm living at is on Hollywood and Highland."

  • I was like, "That's exactly where I'm going."

  • -"I'm actually going to Hollywood Boulevard."

  • -Yeah, and I remember --

  • That was like a big thing for them.

  • They did not under-- they still don't understand.

  • They're still confused and they're still so worried

  • about me, they're like,

  • "You need to go back to college."

  • But these help -- these interviews help,

  • because then they go, "Oh, okay. Jimmy Fallon, okay, very nice."

  • -"You're doing something. All right, good, yeah.

  • All right, good, yeah."

  • Well, you've made a pretty good mark so far, buddy.

  • -Thanks. -You are always using

  • your platform to spread positivity.

  • It's always fun.

  • You did something incredible recently.

  • You partnered with HeadCount

  • and you single handedly helped get 120,000 people

  • registered to vote.

  • What inspired to you to do this? How did you pull this off?

  • It's amazing. -Yeah, that was crazy.

  • I don't know. Well, I'm a DACA kid, myself,

  • so I can't vote. So I thought...

  • -Are you really? I didn't know this.

  • -Yeah, yeah. I need all the help I can get

  • from people going out and voting on my behalf.

  • So I thought maybe I can use that to my advantage

  • and be like, hey guys, please, for the love of God,

  • go out there and help me stay in this country by voting.

  • And yeah, and it worked out.

  • I don't know if it's because they wanted to help me out

  • or because they wanted a free car

  • because I was giving away Teslas as an incentive.

  • But regardless, I'm really glad with the turnout.

  • -The founder of HeadCount called your --

  • called what you did "absolutely unprecedented."

  • And they have -- HeadCount has registered

  • 1 million voters in its lifetime,

  • and you are responsible for over 10% of that.

  • -Yeah, that's -- -Wow.

  • -Yeah, that's really cool. -Congrats, buddy.

  • You should you be very proud of that.

  • That's really cool. -Thank you so much, yeah.

  • -David, stay safe.

  • Thank you for flying out here. Thank you for flying back.

  • Thank you for doing all the right things.

  • -Yeah, it was the best. -You know we love you, man.

  • And stay safe, pal, okay? -Thank you so much.

  • It was good seeing you. I'll see you in a couple months.

  • -David Dobrik, everybody. Check out his YouTube channel

  • and make a plan to vote.

-Yeah! Hey, looking good, pal.

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