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for all of us, thank you for joining us. actress courtney cox. >> we were teasing larry before. have a good night. see you later. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- courteney cox cooking with steve martorano and music from alabama shakes with cleto and the cletones and now, here's jimmy kimmel!
♪ thank you for watching. you know, we have a lot to get to. i want to show you something i saw on instagram this afternoon. a rare and beautiful thing, a quadruple rainbow. look at that. one, two, three, four rainbows in an apparently undoctored photograph. they were seen -- i guess they were seen by all seven of the people who looked up from their phones today. by the way, there was a quadruple rainbow. that's the only picture i've seen. [ss
oh, great, another birthday for mom. i guess i'll wait until she turns 108 to be king. you know, you can send the queen a gift. i got her a bunch of dead birds for her hats. here in the united states, we have cause for celebration too. the first promo for the up coming season of the bachelorette. there are two bachelorettes. and then the guys will vote one of them off the show, which i guess is going to happen towards the beginning of the season. it's very awkward. what if your choice gets voted off? you spend the rest of the show going after the one you didn't want? i would have preferred the other girl, given you're my sole remaining option, will you marry me? doesn't remere until may 18th.
this is a very short preview of the preview. ♪ >> that's a good question. in a cupcake costume. i watched a lot of these shows. i'll tell you how this goes. that guy gets voted off the first night, then for the rest of eternity there's footage of him sobbing on the internet in a cupcake costume. april is autism awareness month. there's a group that started what they call the twizzler challenge. it goes like this -- >> jimmy: you ever see the movie "lady and the tramp"? >> yes, i have. >> jimmy: if you would put that in one end and i will put this in my mouth. >> molly.
[ cheers and applause ]boykykykñ >> jimmy: that was good. kya@ket challenge. so i did that with rihanna. at the end you have to challenge somebody else to do it. so i challenged j.j. abrams to take the twizzler challenge. lo and behold, they took me up on that. >> hi, it's j.j. abrams. to benefit april, the autism awareness month, i'm accepting jimmy kimmel's challenge and i'm going to eat a twizzler with my friend, chewbacca. here we go. hold on. oh, my god.
who should we challenge? good idea. jennifer aniston and guillermo. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guillermo, sounds like you and jen aniston have some twizzling to do. for more information on how you can help, go to twizzlerchallenge.org. yesterday was april 20th, which is 4/20. a lot of pot-related celebrations over the weekend in anticipation. the biggest was the cannabis cup in denver, colorado. pot smoking is legal in colorado which gave cnn the opportunity to fire live soft hitting reports like this. >> you're going to hit this. when the hit gets to where you want it, give me a thumbs up.
it's going to shoot the smoke right down your throat. >> we're going to watch the process here. this is a company giving examples of how their products work. he's lighting the marijuana on one in. the participant is sucking in and now he's going to get a big shot of that smoke as it releases the chamber. >> announcer: this is cnn. >> jimmy: thc. is that allowed? is that allowed now? i don't want to bring everyone down. we have really bad news from the world of tv today. i regret to inform you that "sex box" has been canceled after only five episodes. it premiered in january. it was not the ratings juggernaut we tv hoped it would be. now if you want to have sex in a
box, may i suggest the walk-in cooler at your local butcher shop? when i was growing up, we didn't have a tv show called "sex box." all we had was the love boat. tonight, we're going to have some fun with that. it's time to play a game we call generation gap, all right? [ cheers and applause ] on hollywood boulevard. hello cousin call. we have contestants. first off, our reigning champion. say hello to katy. katy? >> yes. >> jimmy: do you mind sharing your age with us? >> i was 92 in february. >> jimmy: last time we played this we fell in love with katy. she knew who snoop dogg was.
how do you know who he is by the way? >> i have grandchildren. >> jimmy: that's how you stay up on what's going on? >> yes. >> jimmy: very good. your opponent could be one of your grandchildren, though she isn't. how old are you? >> i'm from hawaii. i'm 14. >> jimmy: you're 14 years old from hawaii. did you meet katy? >> yes. >> jimmy: are you prepared to do battle with katy? >> yeah, i don't know. >> jimmy: are you prepared to take katy down if you need to? >> might have to. >> jimmy: i'm going to ask you something from your opponent's generation. whoever gets the most questions right wins. cousin sal, her score's going away. >> ever since "sex box" was canceled -- >> jimmy: katy, did you ever get
to see "sex box" before it was canceled? >> no. >> jimmy: maybkaaaolát+z make i a feature film or something. marina, what does l6 for? aarp. >> actors and apples. >> jimmy: no, it does not stand for actors and apples. katy, would you like to answer that question? >> it's american something. >> jimmy: that's right. it's the american association of retired persons. >> that's it. >> jimmy: yes, all right. >> i belong to it too. >> jimmy: you do belong to it. katy, the next question is for you. what does rotfl stand for? >> rot -- >> jimmy: fl.
>> rotfl? i haven't a clue. >> jimmy: marina, do you know what that stands for? >> not a clue. >> jimmy: really? it's rolling on the floor laughing. am i the only one who's cool? [ cheers and applause ] we're going to go over the rules one more time. when we come back, the thrilling conclusion to generation gap which is going great so far. we'll be right back. the switch to t-mobile is on. even verizon customers are seeing the light. t-mobile has america's fastest 4g lte network from the bay area to the big apple. and more data capacity per customer.
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>> jimmy: tonight on the show we have music from alabama shakes. we've got a pretty hot game of generation gap going on right now. katy versus marina. 92 years young versus 14 years old. [ laughter ] >> that was not for charity. >> jimmy: all right. are you guys ready to get back into the game? all right. let's get back into the game. the first question, we'll start with katy. katy, name the lead sipger for maroon 5. i know you're full of twizzler right now. your what? >> tony. >> jimmy: no, tony is not the answer. do you know the answer? >> adam levine. >> jimmy: your job next is to
name the lead singer for the rolling stones. >> wait. it's -- it's a person. >> jimmy: yes, it is a person. it is for sure a person. >> i wish i was, like, older. >> jimmy: no, you don't. no, you don't, believe me. >> start with an a or an r? >> jimmy: there's an a and r in his name. mick jagger was the name we're looking for. katy was is the name of the lead singer for the rolling stones? >> mick jagger. >> jimmy: that is right. sorry about that. all right. we're going to go to the video board now. the first question for katy. who is this? actor/wrestler. >> oh, yeah.
what's he play in, in that movie about the -- a race. >> jimmy: yeah. >> in the arab country. i know all about it. it's just the name that's missing. >> jimmy: yeah, right. did you see that movie? >> oh, sure. >> jimmy: which of the fast&furious series was your favorite? >> that one. i didn't know it was a series. >> jimmy: you got six more to enjoy. do you know his name, katy? >> no, it's not coming in. >> jimmy: marina? >> dwayne johnson. >> jimmy: that is right. you got shot at the next question. who is this actor? >> oh, his name is -- >> jimmy: yes, his name. >> it's -- is it bob barker?
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: no. no, this guy doesn't care if you spay or neuter anything. katy, who is that gentleman? >> yes, i know it. it's lost here. >> jimmy: well, it's related to the last answer if that helps you at all. yes, the last guy was dwayne "the rock" johnson and this guy is -- >> oh. uh-huh. when you say it, i'll know it. >> jimmy: i'm going to say it. it's rob hudson. yeah. okay. you see that. the rock and rock hudson. that's how we did it. that's how we're going to do this one too.
what band did zayne ma lick leave? >> is that the new direction? >> jimmy: oh, that's correct. [ applause ] marina, what band did pete best leave? >> the beatles? >> jimmy: that is right! you have the lead. we're going to go to the video board again. what movie is this photograph from? from what movie is this photograph? >> is it -- monkey business in. >> jimmy: katy, what movie is that from?
>> under something. >> jimmy: that is north by northwest. >> how about multiple choice? >> jimmy: that's a good tip for future episodes. the next video clue is, what is the name, katy of this baby? again, remembering the movie title that we just saw. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: which was "north by northwest." >> did they name him north? >> jimmy: well, i know it sounds ridiculous. that baby is -- you know the baby's name? >> not really, no. >> jimmy: you want to take a guess? >> i said north. >> jimmy: well, you got half of it right. we're going to give that. the baby's name is north. you know what, ladies -- we're
going to call this one a tie. congratulations to both of you. [ cheers and applause ] we have two gifts for you. katy, we were unable to get you an apple watch because they're not out yet. marina, that's for you, it's a grandfather clock. take that back to hawaii. thanks for playing generation gap. >> jimmy: tonight on the show we have music from alabama shakes. steve martorano is here. and we'll be right back with courteney cox. so stick around. >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by aetna's 11 initiative. go to 11moreminutes.com to find out more.
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>> jimmy: welcome. tonight, gentleman who really knows his way around a meat ball. this is his new cookbook. it's called "it ain't sauce, it's gravy." steve martorano is here. then later, great food and then a great band. their new album is out today, it's called "sound and color." alabama shakes from the at&t outdoor stage.
tomorrow night, dr. phil and manny pacquiao will join us. and we will have music from chet faker. and on thursday, the cast of "black-ish," from "scandal," guillermo diaz and music from earth, wind, and fire with help from chicago. >> jimmy: our first guest is a golden globe-nominated actress, a producer and now feature film director on top of that. her directorial debut is called "just before i go." >> quit asking me that. i only live like 6 miles from this [ bleep ] hole. >> so great seeing you. >> you too. >> oh, it was fun. you're a good man. >> hey, can i ask you a favor? >> yeah, sure. >> would you help me kill my dad? >> why not? >> yes! i'll be in touch. >> jimmy: "just before i go." it opens in n.y. & l.a. friday,
and comes out on video, itunes & on demand may 12th. please say hello to courteney cox. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: two of my favorite guys there. >> so funny. >> jimmy: you had your big premier, i know, last night. is it exciting to sit there in a theater while people are watching. i imagine it's better than having to see yourself on the screen. >> not really. as a director, you're responsible for everyone's performance. now it's like, you got to like him and him and him. i don't know. it was nerve racking but it was
great. >> jimmy: your daughter, how old is she? >> she's 10. >> jimmy: she sings in the movie. >> she sang "love me tender" at the beginning of the film. she's also in the movie. >> jimmy: i know it's a rated r movie. >> it's not so racy -- well a little sexual things going on there. look, when you direct a movie you have to spend time so much that you would not see coco. she said, mom, i know more than this anyway. >> jimmy: that's right. rated r now is like rated g in 1975. it's like the magic of disney practically. i'm not quite sure why you brought this. >> okay. >> jimmy: a photograph. where is this from? >> that was outside of this hotel in monterrey. we have a drought in california.
do you think that's a good way to let people know? i asked myself, what is that really saying? really? looks to me like every drop -- >> jimmy: oh. [ laughter ] oh, yeah, yes, it does. wow. i don't think i would have noticed that. >> i brought the picture of the girl. i'm driving down the street and seeing these weird things. it doesn't look like a paper towel holder. >> jimmy: you have a very dirty imagination. >> i do. >> jimmy: and you must not really be focusing on the road. is this the sort of thing that you feel like you're particularly aware of? >> i'm just aware of everything, i think. i'm having a big problem with my
phone, though. spell check, i need it because i don't spell well. but it makes me so mad. if i'm trying to write kelly it always turns into jelly. i'm like, hey, jelly. it's horrible. spell check is so annoying. >> jimmy: do you ever write the word jelly? like peanut butter and -- >> no. >> jimmy: mine does it too. and i hate it. if i want to use foul language in a text, which i will do sometimes, it corrects it to a nice word like "shot." it makes me so mad i wind up saying the real word allowed. i paid $400. do what i want you to do. don't censor me. your fiance johnny is a very nice guy.
he's in the band snow patrol, as you know. but he's a foreigner to this country. >> yes. my fiance is from northern ireland. yes. it's a great place. nice people there. but, you know, i'm from alabama. and we're real southern. he's got this beautiful accent. so we were celebrating our engagement a year ago. in northern ireland, you say the word "now" like n-a-u-w. it's hard to do. i was trying to get my family, these southerners to say like, how now brown cow. >> jimmy: in a way johnny says it? >> because they're dumb. >> jimmy: you shot video of your family. >> yes, trying to do this. >> jimmy: let's take a look.
>> here we go. speaking like johnny. and johnny. >> how, now, brown cow. >> how now brown cow. >> how now brown cow. >> i can't wait to edit this video. this is going to be awesome. okay, mom. yes, you do. >> how now brown cow. >> how now brown cow. >> how now brown cow. >> jimmy: there's poor johnny being mocked. >> when i do it, my mouth opens this big. you can see my tonsils. >> jimmy: johnny is just sitting there being abused by your whole family. i came here from northern
ireland to be made fun of? directing the movie, is this something you want to do a lot of? >> yes. >> jimmy: you want to do action movies? you want to do a wide variety of these types of things? >> not action so much. but i love human stories. it's a really dark comedy. it's about a guy who wants to end his life and then wants to go back and right some wrongs. but it's really funny and it's real. it's outrageous. it's not sad, though. you can laugh at the fact that he's struggling. >> jimmy: you can, okay. you have permission from courteney. "just before i go" opens in l.a. and new york this friday, and is available on video, itunes and on demand may 12th. we'll be back with steve martorano. we'll be right back. >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world.
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it's gravy." >> remember, i started where? out of a basement and cooking, selling sandwiches door to door. now i've got five joints. don't ever give up. >> jimmy: that's very good advi advice. we're going to make the thing that made you really famous. >> it's my sunday gravy. if they call it sauce, they want to fight me. no, it's not sauce. gravy is for turkey. gravy is for chicken. in philly and brooklyn, we call it gravy. why? because there's meat. you got to put meat. marinara is cause. when you make the gravy, you need pork. pigs feet. >> jimmy: wow, these are going to horrify people watching at home. >> i got to tell everybody --
how long to make gravy? everybody says eight hours, nine hours. [ bleep ] oh, i'm sorry. it takes an hour and a half. an hour and a half. why five hours? you're going to kill it. >> jimmy: people like to make a show off this stuff. how do we do it? >> get your pigs feet. season on it. >> jimmy: just rub it on there. >> watch, watch. go like that. get your pigs feet. >> jimmy: nice. >> hot oil, right? >> jimmy: that oil's not that hot, though. >> i don't hear none. get some pork. get some spare ribs. >> jimmy: all right. throw that all in there. >> you ever eat pigs feet? >> jimmy: i have. i don't think of it as an italian type of thing, though. >> what are you trying to say?
>> jimmy: we never really had it in my house. >> you can do sausage or just pork or just spare ribs. chicken, chicken gravy. if you put crabs, it's a crab gravy. >> jimmy: what if you put a poodle in there. >> you want to brown the meat. about ten minutes. take it out. get your garlic. i put 15. really? do you really think there's going to be a difference? don't follow them recipes. you cook the way you want to cook and that's how you learn. >> jimmy: i like that. >> that's how you learn. >> jimmy: all right. >> you want to get some color on your garlic, then you get your tomatoes. you want to use a great tomato. did you ever watch "the god father"? >> jimmy: of course. >> come here, kid, let me teach you how to make gravy.
what he did was, he put sugar in there? are you nuts? why would you put sugar to make it sweet. if you use a good tomato, you don't have to use sugar. >> jimmy: those guys were in prison, though. >> i would take the whole tomato. jimmy, you got to squeeze it with your hand. >> jimmy: in here. >> you've done this before. >> jimmy: i do this almost every weekend. >> just break it up real nice. here's your rag. >> jimmy: thank you. all right. >> we're going to pour it -- >> jimmy: into the browned pork. and then we let it cook? >> let it cook until it starts to boil. an hour and a half. >> jimmy: go crazy. >> as soon as the meat comes off the bone, it's done. >> jimmy: any basil in there?
>> sinatra said the basil has to go in at the end. you know why? because it has that fresh flavor. pretend it's already cooking hour and a half, two hours. >> jimmy: a little bit of parmes parmesan? >> did your mother have parmesan when you were growing up? no. romano. salt, pepper. stay with me, jimmy. >> jimmy: i got you. >> salt, pepper. i forgot the onion. no big deal. it's live tv. >> jimmy: not like they can eat it through the tv anyway. >> get the book and it will teach you how to do it. >> jimmy: exactly. look at this over here, by the way. somebody's ready to go. >> this is italian-american
thing. >> jimmy: this is what my grandmother used to do. >> you dip this in the gravy. you died and went to heaven. that's how beautiful that is. >> jimmy: it's excellent. really good. i'm going to hang out here with the pot. >> so you want to go over -- you got the macaroni. let me tell you something real quick. ever go out to a restaurant and they give you this macaroni like this? >> jimmy: what, like that? >> no, i'm watching you dip. when you double dip, it's got to be good. listen, man. i'm going to teach you something. they go out and pour it like that? send it back! that ain't the way you supposed to do it. you mix it. you have to mix it. the way i do, i mix it in the saute pan. you want to make sure it's all coated. when it's coated you finish it with some cheese and we're ready to go.
>> jimmy: let's go. >> take the meat out of the bowl. a couple -- >> jimmy: i got the meat right here. it's tv. i got you. i got the whole thing. you ready, guillermo? >> i'm ready. >> jimmy: let's eat. this is like a weird tindr date we're on. look at that. >> whoa. i'm not eating with no roses. >> jimmy: is that another thing you're not supposed to do? you have a lot of rules, steve. >> they're all in his book. >> we don't discuss business at the table. >> jimmy: you're right. i'm sorry. be right back with alabama shakes. >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world.
presented by at&t. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank courtney cox, steve martorano and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next. but first, their album "sound & color" came out today. here with the song "don't wanna fight", alabama shakes! ♪ ♪ ♪ mmmm my life your life don't cross them lines ♪
♪ what you like what i like why can't we both be right ♪ ♪ attacking defending until there's nothing left worth winning ♪ ♪ your pride and my pride don't waste my time ♪ ♪ i don't wanna fight no more i don't wanna fight no more ♪ ♪ i don't wanna fight no more i don't wanna fight no more ♪ ♪ take from my hand put in your hands the fruit of all my grief ♪ ♪ lying down ain't easy
when everyone is pleasingç i can't get no relief ♪ ♪ living ain't no fun the constant dedication keeping the water and power on ♪ ♪ there ain't nobody left why can't i catch my breath i'm gonna work myself to death ♪ ♪ i don't wanna fight no more i don't wanna fight no more ♪ ♪ i don't wanna fight no more i don't wanna fight no more ♪ ♪ i don't wanna fight no more i don't wanna fight no more ♪ ♪ no no no no ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] this is "nightline." tonight, ashley's war. they came from all across america. >> join the program recruiting women to serve alongside special operations forces in afghanistan. if you knew what life was like for these female soldiers. we see one woman's story of finding for strength than she ever knew she had. off scene, the cast of avenge avengers. tonight, super mom scarlett johansson tells us how she kicked butt while pregnant.