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thank you for joining us tonight. >> right now ♪ right now >> announcer: this is an abc color presentation. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, billy crystal, senate hopeful jaime harrison, and music from natanael cano. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, thank you. hi, everyone. thanks. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for joining us after the first and only vice presidential debate between senator kamala harris and magic mike pence. this debate is important because one of these people could be our president someday. for mike pence the day could be tomorrow. [ laughter ] safety was a concern leading up to tonight's debate, seeing as how the white house is now the new wuhan. initially there was resistance
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to being extra cautious. but ultimately the president didn't want to put his vice poodle at additional risk. >> i want to thank the commission and the university of utah for hosting this event. and senator harris, it's a privilege to be on the stage. >> jimmy: now if they could just get him to stop humping trump's leg, they'll be set. [ laughter ] the truth is a lampshade cone would have made more sense than what team pence was fighting for, which was nothing. they wanted no extra precaution. they initially said no to a divider made of plexiglass between them. kamala wanted it. pence's team did not. mike pence believes that if you're going to separate a man and a woman it should be from their children at the border of the united states. [ moans and applause ] this is my own staff booing me. thank you, guillermo. [ laughter ] for just clapping at whatever i say. >> guillermo: you're the boss. >> jimmy: an aide for mike pence said the vice president is looking forward to having a conversation about the marked shift left that joe biden wants
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to take this country. so we're not going to let a barrier prevent the vice president from making the case for four more years of donald trump. then someone told him the plexiglass is see-through and they went oh, okay, we'll do it. having a conversation through a glass partition was good practice for mike pence. after january that's how he's going to have to do it when he visits his former boss at the correctional facility. [ applause ] so the plexi went up and the gloves came off. i wish kamala would have started the debate by congratulating mike pence on his great work as leader of the covid task force and then just laugh like a maniac for 90 minutes. [ laughter ] it wasn't the wrestlemania-style debate we saw last week but there were some moments. for one a lot of people noticed that mike pence had a pink eye, which is apparently a symptom of coronavirus, which i don't know about that. a lot of gerbils have pink eyes. but the big star of the debate tonight was a fly that landed quite symbolically on the vice president's head. i assume the fly thought he was
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a light bulb and was attracted to his -- it stayed on his head for two minutes and three seconds. technically, that fly is now his running mate. [ laughter ] but anyway, mike pence's fly just became the most popular halloween costume of 2020. [ applause ] there was an unusual amount of focus tonight on the swine flu and fracking. here's the story. mike pence loves to say fracking because it's the closest he's allowed to get to using a curse word. but no one's mind was changed tonight. almost none of the questions were answered. watching this after the trump-biden debate was like falling asleep during a ufc fight and waking up to the great british baking show. it was the kind of debate donald trump hates. it was polite. it was reasonable. it was orderly. it was so even-keeled the president couldn't help but jump in. >> american people have witnessed what is the greatest failure of any presidential administration -- >> really? oh, really? >> excuse me, but let me shut you down for a second. just for one second. there has never been an
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administration that's done -- >> this is important. mr. president, i'm speaking. i'm speaking. >> i'm the one that brought back football -- by the way, i brought back big ten football. >> jimmy: he brought back big ten football. boy, that -- [ applause ] the proud boy in the bubble was bursting at the inseams. he could not wait to get back in the mix. trump tweeted 40 times in the span of two hours last night, and he played all the hits. hillary, obama, comey, voter fraud, nancy pelosi's hair, and then even though we have not been told that he is negative for the virus he went back to work in the oval office, which means that's where he watched tv today. but there was no official verdict from the president's doctor today that he's not contagious. but we did get an update from don jr., who offered this unintentionally revealing snippet from his life. >> how is he feeling? how's your dad feeling? >> he's doing great. it's sort of amazing, even speaking to him on friday or over the weekend, literally he was rushing to get me off the phone because he had calls he
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had to make and work he had to do for the american people. i mean, it's sort of amazing. some things never change. he's always been that way for his entire life. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, don jr., that's not why he was rushing you off the phone. [ laughter ] ♪ well the cat's in the cradle and the silver spoon ♪ that is one of the saddest things i've heard on fox news. but daddy donald is very busy touching himself through lou dobbs for an hour every night and making history today as the first u.s. president ever to endorse a prescription drug. >> they gave me regeneron. and it was like unbelievable. i felt good immediately. i felt as good three days ago as i do now. these -- i view these, now they call them therapeutic, but to me it wasn't therapeutic. it just made me better. okay? i call that a cure. >> jimmy: well, i think that's called therapeutic. but this is like an infomercial even chuck woolery wouldn't do. talk to your president to find out if regeneron is right for you.
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is one of the side effects of regeneron a burnt umber face? because i'd like to compare the color of his face to the color of his hands today. put his hands up there. that's right. it looks like he turned the tanning bed up to extra crispy. after months of downplaying the virus trump now, now that he has it, can't decide if he wants to say it was no big deal or be the powerful hero who beat it. so what he's doing is saying both. >> so i think this was a blessing from god that i caught it. this was a blessing in disguise. i caught it. i heard about this drug. i said let me take it. it was my suggestion. i said let me take it. and it was incredible the way it worked. incredible. >> jimmy: i bet god takes the call when his son calls him. [ laughter ] but the most important thing the president wants you to know, other than that, everything that works is his idea-s that this virus, this terrible disease
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that's killed so many people now is not your fault. >> it wasn't your fault that this happened. it was china's fault. and china's going to pay a big price. what they've done to this country. china's going to pay a big price, what they've done to the world. this was china's fault. just remember that. >> jimmy: look at the orange chicken blaming china. that is un -- [ laughter ] by the way, about three minutes into the video an unidentified flying object came flying out of the president's mouth. >> i walked in, i didn't feel good. a short 24 hours later i was feeling good -- >> jimmy: did you see that? a pearl of spittle flew out of his lie hole on a downward trajectory. a highly infected glob of covid gravy hurtling toward the white house lawn. which is exactly why you wear a mask. but he had to make a video today. he can't let mike pence have the spotlight to himself. he had to get out there to talk about regeneron and of course we mustn't forget the vaccine that will be here very, very soon. >> the vaccines that we will come up with, very soon we're
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going to come up with. >> we're very close to a vaccine. >> i think we're going to have a vaccine much sooner rather than later. i think it will be -- i think that will be done. >> i'd like to have the cure and/or the vaccine and that will happen i think very soon. >> we're going to have a vaccine soon. >> we're going to have a vaccine very soon. >> once we have the vaccine but i think we're going to have it very soon. >> and i think we're going to have a vaccine very soon too. >> a vaccine i think is going to be announced very soon. >> very, very soon. it's going to be announced i believe very, very soon. >> we're determined to have a vaccine very quickly. we're going to have something very soon. >> we'll have a vaccine very soon. >> we'll develop a vaccine. we're going to have it very soon. >> we're going to have the vaccine soon. >> i think we're going to have a vaccine very soon. >> vaccine is looking very good for pretty soon. >> this is a vaccine that we're going to have very soon. very, very soon. >> i think the vaccine's going to come very soon. >> it's going to be really soon. >> we're going to have a vaccine very soon. great vaccine. great, great vaccine. >> vaccines are coming. >> we will have a vaccine so soon you won't even believe it. >> we're going to have it very, very soon. >> it's going to be very, very
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soon. >> the vaccines are coming. momentarily. >> jimmy: okay, all right. [ applause ] but for now sit back, relax, and enjoy your nightmare. but back to the debate. tonight we watched a very tough former prosecutor debate a former a.m. radio host, a man who is the human equivalent of an unseasoned potato salad. kamala harris is half jamaican, half indian. mike pence is just half. [ laughter ] but in fairness to mike he had the misfortune of trying to defend donald trump, who among the many insane things he claims, he claims he's done more for the black community than any president with the possible exception of lincoln. trump is polling at about 10% with black american voters, which isn't great. and the contrast between these campaigns is particularly stark when you see kamala harris next to a cartoon drawing of a milk man. [ laughter ] but the trump campaign, they're not giving up. they recently named a new director of african-american outreach. his name is marquise jackson.
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and we are interested to have him with us tonight and grateful to have him with us. mr. jackson, thank you for joining us on debate night. [ applause ] >> well, thank you for having me. thank you so much. you know, this is such an important election for black americans. and i thought the vice president did a great job tonight explaining why donald trump is the right choice for black voters. >> jimmy: excuse me. wait a moment. you are the new head of black outreach for the administration? >> yep. yeah. i was actually just appointed this morning. >> jimmy: you're marquise jackson? >> that's me. i know. that's a pretty unusual name. see, i was named after the marquis de sade. it's a funny story. my mother was very into sadomasochism, for sex. the night i was conceived -- i'm sorry, what? >> jimmy: how did you get this job? >> well, that's a very interesting story. it was a real whirlwind. see, i sent in my resume this morning and then about an hour
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later they hired me sight unseen. >> jimmy: okay. that's what i would have guessed. so you never actually met anyone from the administration in person or on video chat? >> well, no. not yet. i was having a little bit of trouble with the camera in my computer. you know, the people at zoom, they make it so tricky to activate your video. you've got to go into settings. well, first of all, you've got to figure out where that camera -- >> jimmy: i know how zoom works. what you're saying is they never saw your face? >> no. but look, it's not a beauty contest, jimmy. this is about galvanizing african-american voters. >> jimmy: i get that. i can't help but wonder, mr. jackson, if -- >> no, no. please. call me marquis. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. is it possible, marquis, that the people, the person who hired you assumed you were black? >> oh, wow. [ laughter ] you know, that never occurred to me.
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now you that mention it, yeah, there were some odd things. >> jimmy: okay. like what kind of odd things? >> well, when i talked to them on the phone they kept saying whazzup! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a red flag for sure. that's probably -- yeah. >> and bringing up the nba championships a whole bunch of times. they were asking if i was into somebody named kanye. do you know who that is? >> jimmy: yes, i do. of course. he's a rapper. he's a very famous person. >> oh, really? because i kept thinking it sounds like pig latin to me. like ooh-ye, ooh-day. kan-ye. pig latin. >> jimmy: kanye west. he's married to kim kardashian. >> yeah, well, that does not ring a bell either. [ laughter ] let's see. they did ask if i would make sure to stand behind the president at all of his rallies. they wanted me real prominent right behind him. of course i said yes. you bet. >> jimmy: so why would you say anything other than that? >> yeah. exactly. and then at some point one of them said to me, he said hey, is it true what they say?
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and i just said oh, you know it is. it is totally true. >> jimmy: wait, what is true? >> i have no idea. [ laughter ] i was just trying to get a job. >> jimmy: i see. okay. all right. >> but i'll tell you, whatever it is, apparently president trump has a very little one. miniature in size. they were very clear, they went into great detail. >> jimmy: you might want to get in touch with them to clear up this because it could potentially be an embarrassing thing, situation for you. >> yeah. well, i think you're absolutely right. and i will do that right after lunch. >> jimmy: okay. marquis? >> i'm going to call them -- as a matter of fact, i have a couple of phone numbers for a couple of guys -- >> jimmy: i think -- >> as soon as i have some -- >> jimmy: probably wraps it up. thank you, marquis. i appreciate you being part of this. >> my pleasure. almond butter and jelly. >> jimmy: better than peanuts. sure.
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that's marquis jackson. [ applause ] the director of -- you understand? >> guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: he's the director of black outreach for the trump campaign. >> guillermo: incredible. yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we've got a good show for you tonight. from south carolina, senate hopeful jaime harrison is with us. we have music from natanael cano. and we'll be right back with billy crystal. so stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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for this crisis, and for the next one. prop 15 closes tax loopholes so rich corporations pay their fair share of taxes. so firefighters like me, have what we need to do the job, and to do it right. the big corporations want to keep their tax loopholes. it's what they do. well, i do what i do. if you'ld like to help, join me and vote yes on prop 15. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. tonight on this show, he is apple music's up next artist. this is his album. it's called "soy el nata." natanael cano is here with us tonight.
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[ applause ] i think i got that right, right, guillermo? natanael cano. >> guillermo: natanael cano. perfect. >> jimmy: yours was better. later this week we have new shows with liam neeson. that was good, right? killer mike and nora jones will be here. and on friday we are in primetime again on friday for game 5 of the nba finals with jamie foxx. so please join us for that. [ applause ] our first guest tonight is one of the all-time comedy greats. just like the rest of us he's at home watching television. he loves eggs. please welcome billy crystal, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] hi, billy. >> hi, jimmy. thanks, everybody in the studio. please. please sit down. thank you. [ laughter ] thank you. >> jimmy: so billy, what did you watch tonight? did you watch the yankees or did you watch -- >> yeah. i get dressed. you know, to root on -- it's not good news. you know, i was still recovering from my clipper woes. >> jimmy: oh, yes. right. >> and then the yankees are in a little trouble. but then i was -- the debate was
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insane. pence to me is like -- he's that guy that you say to your wife, why did you invite him? [ laughter ] i mean, it's like -- you know, the comparison between the two of them, the squinty -- that squinty thing that he does. >> jimmy: yes. >> under the leadership of president trump we've lost 210,000 people. isn't that something? >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's like -- and he's -- if he was a rapper, i think his name would be notorious b.i.g.o.t. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: if he was a rapper -- >> yeah. i mean, to this guy "roots" was like a romantic comedy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're not part of team pence. i thought for sure you'd be on -- >> i was for a while but then the empty box video that you
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showed just threw me. i've had a hard last couple of days. >> jimmy: why have you had a hard couple of days? >> well, first of all, i've been in this house since march. >> jimmy: right. >> and now, you know, it's like my alexa is acting up. so i say to her every morning, alexa, would you play this song? and now she says to me two days ago, "no, i don't like that song." [ laughter ] i said alexa, i need the recipe for blueberry pancakes. she goes, "you don't need that." [ laughter ] "you don't want that." and last night i'm watching the yankee game and i want to check in on the lakers score. i said what's the lakers score, alexa? alexa, what's the lakers score? she says who gives a [ bleep ]? i'm watching the dodger game. [ laughter ] then this morning i come in and i hear whispering. she's talking to somebody else.
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and i go alexa, who are you talking to? and she starts to cry. and i said, who are you talking to? well, she's having a thing with siri. >> jimmy: oh. >> now i don't know what to -- so my whole house is -- it's not a smarthouse right now. >> jimmy: you know, it's funny. it's like when you are in the house you start to develop a weird relationship with these machines. especially when they have a woman's voice. >> yeah. no, i know. >> jimmy: you celebrated what, your 50th anniversary. >> 50th, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] that you can stand up for. >> jimmy: that's pretty great. i mean, that is impressive. >> it was -- you know, when we hit 49 -- and we were married very young. i was 8. janice was 6. it was a prearranged -- [ laughter ] so when we hit 49, we'd have to have a big celebration, the 25th
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anniversary we got remarried. we did our vows, had a big bash. it was great. but the 50th was -- this was really something. but now we were indoors. this was june. so my beautiful daughters put together this huge zoom with all of our relatives and friends from around the country. and you were very sweet to send really funny good wishes to us in a video. and so that was great to celebrate that way, but then -- this house is a very strange old house. it was built in the early '30s. and the people who built the house were in vaudeville. they had a mind-reading act. they were known -- frances and gary usher -- harry usher. and he helped build the magic castle. so when we moved in, they showed us these pictures of all of these people who were in this amphitheater that they built, like a little roman amphitheater in the hillside, and all of their friends were there. and it was like "the shining." like who was there then?
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there's will rogers. there's jack benny. there's red skelton. there's george burns. there's mrs. harry houdini. there's all of these people. so we always wanted to renovate this little theater. so my kids that week of it renovated the theater and they created a little outdoor restaurant for us. and my grandchildren, who are -- the girls are 17 and 14. the boys are 10 and 7. they were the waiters and waitresses. >> jimmy: oh. >> and they took care of us. we had this very romantic dinner just the two of us outside in this old amphitheater. and you know what? it was perfect, jimmy, because janis and i started out together alone in 1966 when we first dated during the johnson administration. and to have this little private dinner, it was really kind of perfect. >> jimmy: did you tip your grandkids afterwards? >> no. [ laughter ] because honestly, the service was slow. and they have to learn.
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[ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: are you watching a lot of television? what are you doing? and what do you watch on television? >> what are you doing? i'm catching up on things that i didn't get a chance to see. i'm in season 2 of "cheers." [ laughter ] funny. >> jimmy: very funny, huh? >> really funny. i hope those two get together. they should be together. [ laughter ] this is all stuff i didn't have a chance to see. i'm in season 6 of -- i don't know if you've seen it. "seinfeld" is hilarious. >> jimmy: yes, a very good one, yeah. >> very funny. but i've been involved in a lot of projects. i'm doing a charity event to raise awareness, jim, of a new medical condition, like we needed one, that's affecting 190 million americans every day. >> jimmy: what is that? >> and that is -- it's mask breath. [ laughter ] i might as well wear my
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underwear on my nose. like what? that's one of the real bad side effects of wearing a mask. >> jimmy: you have been working on a project. and we're going to show that project, a bit of it, when we come back. >> oh, good. >> jimmy: you've been working on something with rob reiner. and with phil rosenthal. from "everybody loves raymond." and a surprise -- i don't think i should say. a surprise -- >> no, no, no, no. you're going to show a little bit, right? >> jimmy: from the world of politics. yes. when we come back, billy crystal will join us again. we'll be right back. ♪ [sfx: typing sound] ♪ [sfx: typing sound] ♪ [sfx: typing sound]
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proposition 16 takes some women make as little as 42% of what a man makes. voting yes on prop 16 helps us fix that. it's supported by leaders like kamala harris and opposed by those who have always opposed equality. we either fall from grace or we rise. together. proposition 16 provides equal opportunities, levelling the playing field for all of us. vote yes on prop 16. for his take on the election, welcome bill crystal. >> thank you. really good to be with you -- >> what are you doing here? >> what are you doing here? >> they introduced me. they said billy crystal. >> i think they said bill kristol. >> no, no. they said billy crystal. billy. i distinctly heard the y. >> i'm pretty sure they said bill. and i don't use the y. >> how come? >> because i'm not 5. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: we are back with billy crystal. not bill kristol, who is -- bill kristol for those who don't follow this sort of thing, a conservative commentator, lifelong republican, who joined you in an effort to do what specifically? >> this is an ad that'll -- i guess what do the kids say? it'll drop. tomorrow. bill and i joined forces. he approached me with this organization called jews defending american values. and it's a spot for senior citizens, mostly in florida, because if we can get the seniors out to vote for joe biden, which is what we're both about in the ad, then we can win florida, then there's almost no way that trump can win the election. >> jimmy: did you ever imagine we would be in a situation where you were joining with a lifelong republican to get people in florida to vote? >> no. that's what i thought was such a enticing thing to do this,
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because i don't really come out and say, you know, vote for him -- i do it, you know, in the way of investing and sending money and so on, so forth, and supporting. but this was such a great way to educate people, especially seniors who care about medicaid, who care about medicare and social security and health care in a humorous way to get them to vote for the right guy, which is joe biden. >> jimmy: as i mentioned, your friend rob reiner directed this video. yeah. was bill kristol, was he able to deliver all the jokes? >> he was great. we were an interesting team. sort of ivory and ivory. [ laughter ] and he was great fun and very -- very open about his disdain for what's happened to his party because he doesn't feel like there is a republican party anymore. and he wanted to do this and so i thought that was great and
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noble of him to want to do this. >> jimmy: you're not a person who's taken a very hard line. you met -- how many presidents have you met and spent time with over the course of your career? >> oh. the first one, ronald reagan i met. i met jimmy carter. he actually came to the premiere of "city slickers 2" in atlanta at the fox theater. and he came dressed as a cowboy. that was the greatest. he did. and clinton. trump. and -- >> jimmy: the bushes? >> oh, both bushes. the whole garden. i got the whole garden. [ laughter ] we were screening "61," the movie i directed about roger maris and mickey mantle at the white house for president bush. and it's in the white house screening room. and all of these, you know, hotshot guys and gals were there and the movie opens with three
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really dirty, rough jokes that mickey mantle says, who's played by tom jane. and i was like a little nervous about it because of the women in the crowd and so on and so forth, and the president, i said to him, there's only three more of those. and he goes, "bring 'em on." and so in the movie roger maris, who's played by barry pepper, hits his 53rd home run, and we show it and i have this right-handed pitcher named frank larry throw the pitch and maris' home run. and the president turns to me and says, "it's not frank larry. it was hank aguirre." hank aguirre threw the -- i said how do you know that? he goes, yeah, it was aguirre, a lefty. and i said here's the crazy thing about this, jimmy. the day we were shooting that scene the guy playing hank aguirre did not show up. >> jimmy: wow. >> so i had to use the guy playing frank larry because he was the only guy who could throw a strike.
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and so it's wrong, and he caught it. he saw that the 53rd home run was hit by hank aguirre. that he saw. but the weapons of mass destruction -- [ laughter and applause ] isn't that the craziest thing? >> jimmy: he is a lefty, right? maybe that's why it stuck with him. well, not politically obviously. >> yeah. it was crazy. >> jimmy: what about his dad? what about george h.w. bush? did you know him at all? >> i met him once at a dinner. this is -- i'm going to sell this story. >> jimmy: okay. good. >> i was invited to an informal dinner. it was not a political event at all. by a friend. and i think you knew jerry weintraub. >> jimmy: yes. >> the late jerry weintraub. >> jimmy: great guy. yeah. >> yeah. so he had this beautiful estate in malibu called blue heaven. and he even had a cottage for the bushes. so he was very close friends with barbara and the late president. and every -- there were two tables.
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one was barbara bush's table and one was the president's table. so we were sitting at barbara bush's table alongside sidney poitier and warren beatty and other -- like warner brothers presidents. bob daly, so on, so forth. warren beatty, who is the most charming person who ever lived, is sitting right next to barbara bush. and he's just charming. and he's so handsome. and she's loving every second of it. and jerry walks over. and this is actually a good imitation. and he looks at everybody, "are you all having a good time?" and we said yes, it's great. he looks at warren, who's charming the first lady, and he goes, "don't even think about it." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: by the way, that's a great imitation of jerry weintraub. >> he was a -- i love jerry. we were good friends. i used to go to laker games with him because he had the seats
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right next to the visiting team's bench. so you actually got to sit next to whoever was the last guy on the bench of whatever team they were playing. and that's when i -- the first time i met the late kirk douglas. it was a laker playoff game, and i'm sitting next to a player from the detroit pistons. >> jimmy: well -- yeah. there's a lot of them. >> he was 7'3" and -- i can't think of his name. anyway. so it's halftime. and i can see kirk douglas walking toward me. i'd never met him before. and he was such a handsome -- that was a movie star. and jerry says to me, "he's not happy. i canceled him out of the game today to take you." [ laughter ] so i thought oh, no. he comes over and he goes, "kirk, this is billy crystal. say hello to billy crystal." then he goes, "you're sitting in my seat." [ laughter and applause ] so i said, i'm sorry.
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and jerry said oh, stop it. come on, kirk, he's hotter than you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you, billy. it is always so much fun talking to you. i appreciate it. billy's commercial will drop, as they say, tomorrow. the great billy crystal, everybody. we'll be back with jaime harrison. ♪ ♪dy-na-na-na, na-na, na-na, eh♪ ♪dy-na-na-na, na-na, na-na, eh♪ ♪dy-na-na-na, na-na, na-na, eh♪ ♪light it up, dynamite ♪shining through the city with a little funk and soul♪ ♪so i'ma light it up like dynamite♪ ♪'cause, ah-ah,♪ ♪shining through the city with a little funk and soul♪ ♪i'ma light it up like dynamite, whoa♪
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>> jimmy: welcome back. still to come, natanael cano. our next guest is the man who hopes to send lindsey graham and his flip-flops on a long vacation to mar-a-lago. please welcome the democratic candidate for u.s. senate in south carolina jaime harrison. hi, jaime. >> hi, jimmy. how are you? [ applause ] >> jimmy: i'm doing well. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: i don't know if people know this nationally but you really are a pioneer when it comes to using plexiglass at a debate. i think you even invented it, right? >> well, you know, actually, my wife came up with the idea. and -- my wife came up with the idea, and we sent the staff out to go find some, and lo and behold they did. >> jimmy: yeah.
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>> i wanted to loan it to kamala for tonight, but i don't think we could have gotten it there in time. >> jimmy: they busted into sizzler and they made away with the salad bar. [ laughter ] your opponent, for those who don't know, in this election is a long-time senator, lindsey grandma, who has -- [ laughter ] i mean graham. is there anyone who scores lower on the integrity scale than lindsey graham? >> oh, man. he's the king of flip flops. there are more flip flops with lindsey graham than there are on myrtle beach right now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i wouldn't even call them -- i think flip-flops is too generous a term for -- just for example, and i know you know this stuff. for those who don't know, this is a guy who called donald trump a kook, crazy, said he was unfit for office. now he's on his lap riding around in a golf cart. trump insulted one of his dearest and closest friends, who passed. even in death he insulted senator john mccain. now they're buddies like you
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can't believe. this is a guy who made a big point of saying you cannot appoint a supreme court nominee during an election year, said put me on tape, hold me to this, and sure enough he's doing exactly the opposite. i mean, this is -- it's just shameless. >> well, it is. and you know, and i called him out at the debate that we had on saturday, and i told him, you know, the greatest travesty that you can do as a public servant is to lie to the people that you represent. and it's sad to see him do that. and then the excuse, well, such and such did this to me and such and such did that to me. i mean, come on. just be a man about it. stand up and say you know, i change my mind. or just do something. it's really sad. >> jimmy: it is. and because he is a guy who used to on occasion stand up for something that ran contrary to his party. but he seems to have changed for the worse. which is good news for you because whereas it would have been unthinkable for a democrat to win in south carolina the
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cook political report, which is -- i guess they follow these things very closely, today they called your race a tossup. which has to be exciting for you, i would imagine. [ applause ] >> oh, jimmy, it is so exciting right now. and it's sort of sad to see how anxious and desperate lindsey graham is. you know, he goes on fox news every night now begging for money, crying, and so if you don't mind i just want to give an example of what he should do. so lindsey, you just look in the camera and you say, "go to and help us." you don't have to cry. see? you can smile. [ applause ] >> jimmy: jaime, i think you're doing a very interesting thing. the way you are -- one of the ways you're raising funds and drumming up support is with a program called harrison helps. that is a very unusual take, i think. >> yeah. you know, harrison helps is our service initiative. i'm a big believer in showing and not telling. and so we go into communities to show people what our values
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really are. we've done so many things from habitat for humanity, ronald mcdonald house. i've made dinners for folks. we've even done a school supplies drop. jimmy, just recently we raised $15,000, gave out over 800 backpacks to needy families and their kids. and so i'm really, really proud of the work that we're doing. on the ground helping people right now. >> jimmy: you're getting so much attention. you've been endorsed by president obama, joe biden obviously, the late john lewis gave you an endorsement. you got awn usual endorsement from none other than luke skywalker, mark hamill, who wrote, "dear jaime, if you can send lindsey home i'll give you a million likes and you'll be my second favorite harrison." [ applause ] >> i'll tell you, jimmy, when i got that i was actually in bed and i was looking at my cell phone. my wife was asleep. and i saw that mark hamill retweeted me and then i saw he responded. and i almost like jumped out of the bed.
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and my wife was like, what is going on right now? i was like, luke skywalker actually sent me a tweet. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: maybe they can swear you in with a lightsaber. [ laughter ] you have i think a great story. you were a high school teacher for a time. you were a bingo caller for a time. >> that was my -- >> jimmy: how long did you call bingo? >> that was my first job. the first job i ever had. i was about 16 years old, and i worked at a bingo parlor every sunday and monday nights. and one of the memorable moments was my boss was just encouraging me to call very quickly because i was the guy that pulled the balls out of the machine and put them up there. and he wanted me to call so quickly. and there was this senior, older woman sitting right in front of me, and i was calling so quickly. and she looked at me and she said, "boy, you better slow your behind down." now, she didn't say "behind," jimmy. she said something else. but i knew she was serious. so i did that. >> jimmy: you don't mess with seniors when they're playing bingo. that is a lesson i learned from my grandmother.
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you get a dollar right to the forehead. [ laughter ] >> that's exactly right. >> jimmy: what are you going to do on election night? do you have it planned out? >> we're trying to figure that out. given covid, normally we would have this big party and tons of folks in a hall and celebrating. but given that we're in the midst of this pandemic we're trying to figure out how we can do something that's covid safe. because we are going to win, jimmy, and i want to make sure that we celebrate with all the folks that made it possible. [ applause ] >> jimmy: well, i think that's -- it would be an amazing thing if you did. personally, i hope you pull his balls out of the machine like you did when you were calling bingo. [ laughter ] and i won't ask you to comment on that. >> no, no. i don't want to comment on that. >> jimmy: thank you for taking time. i appreciate it. jaime harrison, everybody. in south carolina. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with music
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from natanael cano. >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. uber and lyft are like every big guy i've ever brought down. prop 22 doesn't "help" their drivers-- it denies them benefits. 22 doesn't help women. it actually weakens sexual harassment laws, which are meant to protect them. uber and lyft aren't even required to investigate sexual harassment claims.
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i agree with the la times: no on 22. uber and lyft want all the power. so, show them the real power is you. vote no on prop 22.
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: well, that is -- we have a little bit more, but that's our show. i want to thank billy crystal. i want to thank jaime harrison. i would like to apologize to matt damon. we did run out of time for him. "nightline" is next. but first this is his album. it's called "soy el nata." here with the song, "yo ya sé" natanael cano! [ speaking foreign language ] ♪ ♪ [ singing in foreign language ]
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