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>> i'm amma right now i'm jimmy kimmel anne hathaway. >> good night see you tomorrow. kimmel anne hathaway. >> good night see you tomorrow. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- anne hathaway. the bachelor, chris soules. and music from heart. with cleto and the cletones. and now, and back once again, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everyone. thank you very much. that's very nice. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching.
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thank you all for coming. we are back from -- [ cheers and applause ] two weeks off. this is our first show of 2015. happy new year to all of you. i had an exciting time off. over the break, i finally went through puberty. [ laughter ] started on my face, we're hoping it continues. everybody have a fun holiday looking at their coworkers vacations on instagram? [ applause ] it's over now. the gifts have been opened. the trees are out on the street. the recycling bins are filled to the brim of pictures of other people's childrens. i accomplished exactly none of what i planned to do over the break. i had 100 things on my list and the things on my list are not normal things. they're like, learn to speak italian. in a two-week period. i did not learn that. that did not occur. but this isinteresting. apparently the sunday after new year's day, which was yesterday, is the busiest day of the year for online dating.
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more people went online yesterday to find a mate than nil oth any other day of the year. new year's eve is the holiday where everybody counts down loudly to see who doesn't have someone to kick. the holidays are a reminder that you'd rather be with anyone other than your family, even a murderer from tinder. guillermo, what happened to you over the holiday? >> oh, jimmy, i got hurt. i was playing soccer and i got hurt. i pulled my knee. >> jenny: guillermo sent at text to aaron and jen. do you mind if i share the text? >> yeah, sure. >> jimmy: he said, i can walk and work. i can't run or jump. i've been going to the gym to run and swim. i feel better. the two first days were a nightmare. i can fly. this is incredible! you can fly? >> no, it's because i was taking care of my son and i was texting
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and -- >> jimmy: let's go back to the text. he said, sara, that's his wife, told me no more soccer, i am done. my christmas day, i had my whole family in my case. on your case? [ laughter ] or do you have a tiny family that you carry around? >> no, they were bothering me because i got hurt and -- >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, okay. back to the text message. it says, go cowboys. all right. i will go to dallas and new york. i just can't run or jump. i need to grow and become a man. my family needs me. i love you ladies. [ cheers and applause ] there are so many -- i would love to have been there. i would love to have been there as your whole family yelled at you over the holiday. >> no, no, no. it was crazy. >> jimmy: so, you can work, be you cannot run or jump. by the way, i have never seen you do any of those three things in the first place. >> only drink and eating. >> jimmy: yes. are you really going to give up soccer because your wife told
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you you have to? >> jimm >> yeah. >> jimmy: aren't you worried about your figure? you work so hard on your body -- >> i'm worried about hers. >> jimmy: all right. guillermo is a very brave individual. he's not a man. he's working on it. but he is an individual and now he's taking his story wide to inspire others that might be in a similar predicament. >> in december of 2014, i was involved in an accident that changed my life forever. an accident unlike any other. an accident that nearly killed me. >> he hurt himself playing soccer. [ laughter ] just a sprain. >> the doctors say i will never walk again. >> what? i never said anything like that. [ laughter ] >> and yet, after my accident, i'm walking. against all odds, i prove that doctors wrong. >> again, i never told him anything like that. [ laughter ] >> there's nothing wrong with him. >> most people would give up.
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but i'm not like most men. and that's why i'm walking today. i am one in a million. maybe even one in a -- >> it's a very common and very minor sports injury. i see this all the time. >> and william is not a number. >> i am living proof that the doctors are not always right. sometimes you have to believe it yourself. >> is there a reason i'm here? [ laughter ] >> don't let anyone tell you you can't. let this tell you you can. i'm guillermo rodriguez, security guard, soccer player, miracle and i want you to live your dreams. >> oh, my god. [ laughter ] >> be your own hero. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: inspiration to all of us except your wife. we have a fun show for you tonight.
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anne hathaway, heart, and the bachelor, chris soules, are all here. i want to say, unfortunately, the bachelor is here to send five of the women in our audience home. that's what he does. as you may know, chris is a farmer. my plan tonight is to talk about nothing but farming. earlier tonight, the season premiere of "the bachelor," the 19th season premiere. they started with a record 30 women this time around. eight of them are eliminated. three drowned in the hot tub. it is quite a crop of ladies this year. one of them got so drunk, she almost couldn't make it through the rose ceremony. chris picked her to advance. at the end of the show, one of the women, kimberly, came back in to ask for a second chance, which -- i don't think that's allowed, but i guess we'll find out next week. it could ruin the show. typically, on "the bachelor," at least one of the contestants has a kid that she loves more than anything. in this case, that contestant is mackenzie, who is looking for a
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man to love her and her son kale. >> i actually already have a very special man in my life. and his name is kale. i enjoy hanging out with him. he has this face that he does, i'm like, every time, kale, he'll look at me -- kale! >> i hate you, mommy. >> jimmy: see, his name is kale and he looks just like -- [ laughter ] you understand that, right? >> yeah, i understand. >> jimmy: okay, thank you. and he barely speaks ednglishen. we will talk to the new bachelor later. i'm going to be on the bachelor this season. on episode three. [ applause ] don't get too excited. two weeks from tonight, i think. i show up with a big jar of herpes medication for everybody. did you watch tv on new year's eve? every channel has live coverage from times square to ring in 2015. which, by the way, was the year marty mcfly traveled to in "back
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to the future ii." we were supposed to have hoverboards. a lot of americans watched tv on new year's eve and a lot of networks cover it now. it's hard to find new angles on people getting drunk in the street. but this year, they did find a new one, and that new angle was none other than the human bladder. >> once you leave, even if it's just to go the bathroom, you're out. >> no port-a-potties anywhere. >> how have you been to the toilet in the last 12 hours? >> times square, all of these people have to go to the bathroom. >> the first thing is having a kiss and then go to the bathroom. >> have you had access to a bathroom? >> no, i haven't. >> what time did you get here? >> 9:30 this morning. >> and you haven't used the bathroom since then, have you? >> no. >> how are you feeling? >> very good. >> who is dying to go to the
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toilet? >> you can't go to the bathroom around here -- >> probably 11:30. >> you don't want anymore, because you can't go to the toilet! >> let's just say, in this group, they're wearing adult diapers. >> jimmy: new year's eve, it turns out -- [ applause ] happens to be the one night of the year people don't pee on the street in new york. isn't that something? president obama went home to vacation in hawaii over the break and while he was there, his approval rating went up two points, which, i don't know, maybe he's been doing this now. maybe he should stay on vacation the whole time. they rented a house in honolulu, where the president was allegedly born. they had to go, because they're spraying the white house for termites right now. but while they were there, the president took his daughters to visit eddie vetter from pearl jam, which makes him the coolest dad of 1991, i think, right? [ laughter ] you think sasha and malia know -- no.
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meanwhile, on friday, obama imposed even more sanctions on north korea to punish them for hacking sony. as part of the sanctions, the united states will no longer sell north korea the american-made bowls that kim jong-un uses to cut his hair. [ applause ] north korea, still denying involvement in the sony hack. kim jong-un denounced the sanctions and then went back to eating the country's only bowl of rice. [ laughter ] this is pretty great. this comes from a horse race in florida yesterday. one of the horses was named harass, which resulted in what is perhaps the most entertaining horse race announcing ill have ever heard. >> and it is harass out of the gate quickly. harass will sit back running in second. harass right behind them in third. and now, julian gets harass going on the outside. and harass on the outside, tries
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to close the gap. down toward the rail. far outside, season ticket. it is in front. here comes her rarass. and here comes season ticket on the far outside. and season ticket goes by harass late to win. [ cheers and applause ] harass to show, so -- how many of you in our audience made a new year's resolution, for real, like a real one? nobody? well, you know, the tradition of making new year's resolutions began more than 4,000 years ago, in ancient babylon, as a way to encourage babylonians to purchase gym memberships they would never use. most people give up by january 8th. but for me, i think it's a matter of self-esteem. if you are happy with yourself, you don't feel the need to make resolutions. so, we sent cousin sal out on the street today to yell compliments at people walking by. ask them to shout nice things in an aggressive way and as you will see here, i think he really
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helped to booth their self-esteem. >> hey, let me ask you something. was your new year's resolution to get in the best shape of your life? because you clearly succeeded. you got muscles on your muscles. yeah, you're welcome. that's about it. >> excuse me. let me see something. your nail beds are so healthy and well cared for. your manicurist must be very proud. very proud. you exfoliate? you have perfect skin. you ever heard that before? >> i have. >> you have? who told you that? that person's a genius. me and others, right? congratulations on the skin. yeah. give me a hug. let me rub up against that skin. ah, nice. beautiful. hey, sir? was your new year's resolution to have the best looking family ever? you must be so proud of your beautiful family, right?
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aren't you so proud? oh, you must be. you must have the best family holiday cards, right? i'd like one if you have an extra! you know what, you should be a runway model because you have a real impressive strut. >> well, thank you. >> you really have that walking thing down to a t. you must walk all the time. and your eyes are so symmetrical, too. perfect distance apart. i like your wings! hey, you have really long eyelashes. do you jump rope with those eyelashes? you probably do, because you're so? shape. i'm sure you do. that's how you stay so fit, am i right? hey, man, you're really self-confident with the pony tail and the shirt off. i wish i had that self-confidence. did you fall from heaven? because you're legs are really strong. probably just got like that when you landed on them. you have strong legs. muscular jar, right? >> you better believe it. >> yeah.
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strong guy. kick my ass, for you. better believe it. that's what i'm saying to you, right? hey, that's a great megaphone. i wish i had a megaphone like. that can i use that? i could scream all day and i don't have anything to amplify it. i got a ras by voice at the end of the day. but not you. you thought ahead. really smart. and your frie're friends with j. why are you running, man? you already have the perfect physique. what are you doing? what? i know, why? you look perfect already. don't tell me. you don't need to run. you look perfect, all right? cut out the running. just cut it out. you look great. you look great. it's your problem you look great. hey, i'm telling you you look great. >> don't tell me anything. >> you look great, all right? stop running, you look great. you look great! >> [ bleep ]. >> ah! [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: some people don't know how to take a compliment. very nicely done. >> your beard is like a testosterone forest. >> jimmy: get him out of here. that's cousin sal. we have a good show for you tonight. we have music from heart. the bachelor, chris soules is here. and we'll be right back with anne hathaway, so stick around. who cares how tight it can if turn, if it can't turn heads? who cares how capable it is, if it's incapable of creating a reaction? any suv can move something. but can it move you? introducing the first-ever lexus nx turbo and hybrid. once you go beyond utility, there's no going back.
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>> jimmy:dly again, my friends. tonight, you can spy on him while he looks for love monday nights on abc. the new bachelor, chris soules is here with us. and then, a great band. i saw these guys at the kennedy center honors last year, paying tribute to led zeppelin and they were unbelievable. tonight, they pay tribute to another great artist with a song from this star-studded tribute album, "the art of mccartney," heart from the at&t stage. oh, and i would also like to welcome our viewers watching on kmbc channel 9 in kansas city, where we are now on an hour earlier. they used to have reruns of "will and hope and grace" in our
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spot. but now we are on after the news, just as god intended. so welcome, kansas city. someone please send me a z-man sandwich to celebrate. you know what i'm talking about there. you know, a week from tonight, the college football playoff national championship game is on espn. oregon plays ohio state for the number one ranking and we're going to be there. guillermo, trying to get away from his family. cousin sal and i will be in arlington. one of my favorite things about college football is the signs that fans hold up in the crowd. they hold them up behind the broadcasters. well, signs like this one, which says, references the offensive coordinator from alabama. lane kiffin shops at baby gap. i'm not really sure what that means, but it's funny. and we expect there will be more like this for the big game. so, to reward fans from that are creativity, i'm inviting anyone who is going to texas for the game to compete for the chance to be named lord of the poster board. bring your sign, add #lotpb, be creative, and if all goes well, i will personally hand you the
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prestigious golden sharpie award live at halftime. so, ducks and buckeyes, be ready to represent your schools monday night on espn. tomorrow night, matt leblanc will be here, from the new marvel show "agent carter" hayley atwell, chef jamie oliver will be with us, and later this week, bill maher, joaquin phoenix, nick kroll, larry wilmore. and music from the lone bellow and frankie ballard. we're off to a strong start for 2015. our first guest tonight is a gifted and highly decorated movie star. you know her from so many things, it would exhaust me to list them. her latest is called "song one." it opens january 23rd. please welcome anne hathaway. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi. how are you doing? is it okay at this point to say happy new year, in your opinion? >> i think so.
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i think we have a few more days. >> jimmy: what is the cutoff date for happy new year? >> like -- i don't -- i think you can go the first week back at work and only when you've seen someone for the first time, so, if see someone twice, you can't say it a second time. then you just got to feel it. >> jimmy: you thought this out. how did you spend the holiday? did you do anything special? >> yeah, my husband and i hosted our -- my family. >> jimmy: at your house? >> at our house. >> jimmy: good times. >> which was a new house. so, we were moving in and hosting at the same time. >> jimmy: at some point, did you go, why did you do this? >> at some point? at points. but my parents are watching. it was wonderful. >> jimmy: how many people were over? >> ah, we -- it wasn't that bad. we only had four people staying with us at a time, but we were hosting 12 people and people were nice, they got hotel rooms and stuff like that. and like i mentioned, my parents stayed. >> jimmy: they were there the whole time.
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how many days? >> it's so funny you mention that. my parents are laughing right now. they stayed 12 days of christmas. >> jimmy: there's a song about that. >> there is a very good one. very good one. but it's -- you know, it's funny, because you're hosting -- >> jimmy: 12? >> they're your parents. and it's -- i don't want to say it's a power struggle, i don't -- >> jimmy: it is. >> it's fluid control. >> jimmy: what does that mean? >> you know, just -- if you imagine control is a ball, it's like, mom, you know what, you take control right now. and then she's like, great, daughter, now you take control. >> jimmy: did she give the ball back or did she keep? >> did anyone host anyone for the holidays? >> jimmy: i know what you mean. [ applause ] it's a weird thing. because it's your house and you're an adult and you have a husband. >> and i'm kind of a new adult. and a newly wed. >> jimmy: they're still your parents and you have that baggage or whatever you want to call it. >> no, i don't have any of that. >> jimmy: that hierarchy.
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>> no. >> jimmy: who decided the menu? >> it was collaborative. >> jimmy: shouldn't it be whoever has an oscar gets to be in charge of the family? [ cheers and applause ] i would make that the rule. >> jimmy. that's sweet. >> jimmy: i'd hit them over the head with it. did you guys have fun? are they drinkers? partiers? we get down, yeah. we had -- we actually -- we had a fabulous time. we all cooked together. we drank a lot together. >> jimmy: what do you guys drink? what's the -- >> sorry. i was about to say that -- and the best part of the holiday was -- we invented the most disgusting drink known to man. >> jimmy: and? what is in it? >> i'm sorry. >> jimmy: are you okay? are you going to vomit? >> it makes me nauseous to think about it. >> jimmy: practice fluid control, please. control your fluid. >> a lot of fluid control.
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um -- chardonogg. you get it right back there? >> jimmy: i like that a lot. that's -- >> so, that happened because one of us drank a little bit too much and had what we had about the chardonodds. we all kind of went -- and then we got into it. we were like, oh, my god, it sounds like something the real housewives would market and so then we imagined bethenny frankel, who is a really sweet person, like, marketing it and there was going to be skinny girl chardonogg. and then, soy nog. >> jimmy: is this chardonnay and eggnog? did you drink it? >> no, it was a theory. >> jimmy: oh, i see. you drank it in theory.
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>> in theory. we did get so far as to put a bottle of chardonnay and a carton of -- sorry, it really does effect me. and a carton of eggnog next to each other and that was close enough. >> jimmy: are you a person that gags and vok milume milts? >> no, this is a really specific combination of imagining shand nay and creamy, creamy eggnog. it's just gross. >> jimmy: yeah, it's like -- you -- my daughter who is almost 6 months old, she spewed a lot of chardonogg onto us. >> having a six-month-old is so beautiful. >> jimmy: it's not a competition, anne. a lot of -- >> are you sure? >> jimmy: we have to take a break. can we post the recipe on the website? >> of course, of course. >> jimmy: i think you started something very special. the movie is called "song one." it comes out on january 23rd.
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more with anne hathaway when we come back.
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there was a time that you were so obsessed with -- oh -- come on, by america. by america. >> oh -- i don't remember. >> oh, you remember. oh, my god. yes, you do. she remembers. she used to sing it nonstop all the time. over and over and over. she sang it in the school talent show because it was the '92
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election and she believed that it had political sub text about how much the country needed to have bill clinton elected as president. >> i was 8. >> and here it is. >> jimmy: that is "song one," which i enjoyed. i thought it was very entertaining. the film is musical. it's not -- you wouldn't call it a musical. >> no, it's not. it's a movie about musicians. and thank you, such a little tiny film. >> jimmy: but it's really good. you're a producer on this movie. >> yeah, i had never done that before. >> jimmy: does producer anne hathaway get along with actress anne hathaway? any conflicts on the set? what do you do when you are producer of a movie? >> ah, well, a lot more than i thought. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> i have such a new respect for what producers actually do. it turns out movies don't run themselves. i had no idea. i just thought everything just worked. but i -- jonathan demming pulled
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me aside, he said, listen, you have to act in the film, it's going to be a push pull thing. why don't you just focus on the acting. i was like, okay. i felt like producer me could show up, do little things. this is a low budget, tiny, tiny movie. some locations, the bathroom would be really gnarly. producer me brought in a scented candle. in the movie, this wonderful young actor, ben, he would have to be under layers of blankets pretending to be in a coma. there's no air conditioning. so, the next day, i brought him an ice pack. that's what my producer does. >> jimmy: that's pretty good producing. >> thank you. >> jimm and i would make sure the crew got a nice buzz on friday. >> jimmy: do you watch "the bachelor?"
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are you a viewer of this program? >> i can't honestly i've ever seen it. >> jimmy: you've never seen it? >> never seen it. >> jimmy: you are missing so much romance. do you watch reality television? >> i have. i kind of had -- my reality tv watching was one day. >> jimmy: really? >> it was one day and -- i'm a little ashamed. so, okay, i shhad swine flu. >> jimmy: really? >> okay. >> yeah, so, i was home watching -- i was on heavy meds for swine flu and then my husband was out running errands. i was on my computer. and i got really into this show and i binge watched it for eight hours and it was "toddlers and tiaras." >> jimmy: i've done that. >> and -- >> jimmy: no drugs involved, either. >> but so, he comes home and i'm like, honey, and i guess i'm fevered or something. i'm like, honey, i found the
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most incredible show. you have to watch it, it's so funny. i press play and not a minute later, he goes, this is disgusting! and i go, no, no, it's funny. he goes, it's child abuse. and i'm like, no, it's -- ah. and it broke through and, but if you watched it, too -- >> jimmy: yeah, no, it makes it not child abuse. if i watch something, it's automatically not child abuse. i love it. >> maybe we're just solid optimists. maybe there's nothing wrong with it and they're all going to grow up okay. >> jimmy: we can say that, yes. or we can agree that your husband is probably right. >> yeah, he's right. >> jimmy: very good to see you. go see this movie. and you can get it video on demand, as well. it's called "song one." anne hathaway, everybody. january 23rd. we'll be right back. i've had a lot of hondas. we went around the country, talking to people who made the switch to ford. i loved the look of the fusion...
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>> jimmy: hi there. welcome back. still to come, music from heart. our next guest is a farmer from iowa who is hoping to plant seeds in at least one of 30 potential brides. the 19th season of "the bachelor" airs mondays at 8:00 here on abc. please welcome chris soules. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, first of all, i should say that touching you is heavenly. you are so muscular. it really is. i would like everyone in the audience to touch him on his way out of the studio tonight. >> feelings are mutual. >> jimmy: did you know that abc was going to refer to you as
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prince farming when you signed up for this? >> no, i had no idea. >> jimmy: did they run that by you? >> they don't run much by me. >> jimmy: all the clothes you tried on tonight. i know our studio audience hasn't seen the episode yet. all the clothes you tried on tonight, do you get to keep those? >> they take them back. >> jimmy: they take them all back. >> yeah, they do. unless they, you know, somehow happen to get drug through manure or something like that. >> jimmy: something like that. >> it can happen. >> jimmy: if something happens. we'll talk about that. usually i make a pick as to which woman or if it's a bachelorette, man, will win or be chosen at the end. i can't do that this year because i have too much inside information. i've invaded your inner sanctum. i literally invaded your inner sanctum. >> we got pretty close. i didn't know i'd recognize you with your clothes on.
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>> jimmy: yeah. people are going to have to wait a couple of weeks to see that. now, you have been back to work, back in iowa, farming? >> i have. >> jimmy: you have? >> literally the day we quit filming, i was, within 24 hours, back in the combine, finishing up harvest. >> jimmy: how much does that suck? to go from -- [ laughter ] from the house of drunken sluts to -- back to the pigs? i mean, really. >> you know, i love harvest. it's one of my favorite times of the year. but when you are doing in it december or late november, it's not the ideal time to do it. it was the last thing i wanted to do when i got home. i was -- you're in the combine thinking, what in the hell just happened to me over the last two months? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> it was good to get me back in the swing of real life and get me back on ground and ground me for the rest of the -- my life, you know. getting back to work is what i want to do. >> jimmy: yeah.
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i don't believe that at all. [ laughter ] you seem like you were pretty hard at work there in the house. you are living in the house with -- all the women. that has not happened before. >> well -- i wasn't exactly in the house. but i was close by. >> jimmy: you were very close by the house. you were plenty close to the house. >> little too close. >> jimmy: at times, yeah. let's go through some of the women and up can tell me -- i know you can't say who you picked or if you picked anybody, but just tell me crazy or not crazy. okay. we'll go with -- she showed up -- she was drunk during the first episode tonight, yes? >> for a majority of it. when i talked to her, she was good to go. she was in good shape. i got to know her sober and then realized at the end. >> jimmy: you have seen the first episode yesterday? >> i have. >> jimmy: did you watch it by yourself? >> i watched it by myself the first time and then was able to share the experience with my parents.
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i wanted to kind of screen it and my parents and i watched it together. >> jimmy: mom must have been thrilled. >> they weren't real excited about the drunk one. >> jimmy: they didn't like tara? well, she's out then, right? >> well. >> jimmy: okay, good. we're getting some information here. this is regan. i would have thrown her right out if i was you. she brought you a fake heart in a cooler. it looked like a human heart. >> are you sure? >> jimmy: she said it was fake. i hope. >> i didn't hear that. >> jimmy: that seemed disgusting. she did not get a rose. this is kaitlyn. she seemed like a lot of fun. >> she was great. >> jimmy: oh. i like the way you said that. all right. this is ashley s. true or falts, seem false, seem crazy? >> crazy. >> jimmy: hold on. i want to stop you for a second. >> i probably went too far. i'm sorry, everyone. >> jimmy: you're not supposed to tell us things. you're supposed to pretend -- >> never happened.
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>> jimmy: we're going -- who did you pick? just tell us. save us a lot of time. >> maybe i like crazy, jimmy. i don't know. >> jimmy: there is such a thing as being too honest. i'm not used to getting actual feedback from people on this show. so this is brit. brit claims to be a waitress from right here in hollywood. i feel like if she really was a waitress in hollywood, we would all know about it. i've not seen her at any of our local dining establishments. where is she working? >> i don't know. we never got that far in the details. >> jimmy: oh, you didn't? >> exactly where. >> jimmy: also very good information. i don't know if i should go through anymore. i'm going to get sued by abc. finally, this girl, who -- i think -- she seems dangerous. she looks like she could beat everybody up. she was doing squats. she's -- yeah, she's physically very fit. is this your type of woman, very muscular? >> i mean -- cute girl.
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>> jimmy: okay. i'll take that as a no. [ laughter ] true or false, you like me better than any of the women you met on this show. >> i'm not going to lie. i hated seeing you go. i really did. >> jimmy: there was a tear rolling down each of our faces. >> i really thought we made some progress. >> jimmy: especially after that juan pablo, you really came in at the perfect time, because, i mean -- [ cheers and applause ] that's the opposite of a tough act to follow. and we had a lot of tough on our episode together. i helped produce and helped host the episode with chris harrison and -- and, well, some terrible things happened. and that -- that will be in two weeks from tonight. next week we'll find out if you reconsidered when the woman came back and asked you -- you can't say yes to that, right? >> you're going to have to wait and see. >> jimmy: we know almost everything already from you.
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i hope you're never in the cia. [ laughter ] >> that's not my forte. >> jimmy: no, no. well, i hope whatever -- i'll find out. give me another three minutes and i'll find out what happened. yeah. in the commercial, i will find out what happens. very good to see you. watch "the bachelor," monday nights at 8:00 on abc. he's a good man. chris soules, everybody. we'll be right back with music from heart.
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>> jimmy: i want to thank anne hathaway, the bachelor chris, and i want to apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next, but first, they are one of many great artists on this album, "the art of mccartney." here with the song "band on the
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run," heart! ♪ ♪ stuck inside these four walls sent inside forever never seeing no one nice again ♪ ♪ like you mama you mama you ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ if i ever get out of here thought of giving it all away to a registered charity all i need is a pint a day ♪ ♪ if i ever get out of here if we ever get out of here ♪ ♪ ♪ well the rain exploded with a mighty crash as we fell into the sun and the first one said to ♪
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♪ the second one there i hope you're having fun ♪ ♪ band on the run band on the run and the jailer man ♪ ♪ and sailor sam were searching everyone ♪ ♪ for the band on the run band on the run well the undertaker drew sigh seeing no one else had come ♪ ♪ and a bell was ringing in the village square for the rabbits on the run ♪ ♪ band on the run band on the run and the jailer man and sailor sam ♪ ♪ were searching everyone for the band on the run
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band on the run ♪ ♪ well the night was falling as the desert world began to settle down in the town they're ♪ ♪ searching for us everywhere but we never will be found ♪ ♪ band on the run band on the run and the county judge who held a grudge ♪ ♪ will search forever more for the band on the run band on the run ♪ ♪ the band on the run the band on the run ♪
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this is "nightline." >> tonight, two american skiers, olympic hopefuls, in a killer avalanche. with winter weather advisories in effect from coast to coast, we're going inside the dramatic rescue if you get stuck in the snow. is there a way out? >> right there. keeping up with cooper. >> i have a lot of maneuvers. >> from rugal sharp shooter in "american sniper" to shirtless cover star on "w" magazine. bradley cooper is no stranger to transformation. >> yeah, yeah. >> tonight, he talks working on his body, working on his accent. >> that's not me, no. >> and working with hollywood's finest. how much is an iphone worth to you? >> $7,000.

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