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forecast. dangerous winds ahead. this is an abc color presentation. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's jimmy kimmel live! tonight, octavia spencer, jay pharoah, and music from luav featuring conan gray. and now, jimmy kimmel! >> jimmy: that's me, i'm jimmy kimmel. thanks for staying up late with us for a night of hot man-on-man debate action here in the united states. the "thrilla in nashvilla." the second and final presidential debate. and probably the last time joe biden and donald trump ever talk to each other. congratulations to those of you who bet joe biden would say "malarkey." he did. we cheered. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
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tonight's debate was not the "wrestlemania" event most people were expecting. i think maybe somebody swapped trump's adderall out for tylenol. donald trump, by the way, is the only president who gets marks for good behavior. [ laughter ] like when you bring a 2-year-old on a plane. he tried very hard to resemble a human being tonight. the topics for this debate were american families, race in america, fighting covid-19, climate change, national security, and dipping sauces. [ laughter ] the president requested the last one. unfortunately for trump, he knows very little about any of these subjects. the only thing destructive could have really won this debate is if the topics were squandering your inheritance, shower head pressure, and combing your hair like this. [ applause ] i thought the moderate der a veg job, kristin welker handled them well. one of the reasons the president is so hard to wrangle is he just makes things up. trump has been averaging, someone counted this, up, more
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than 50 false statements a day. most people don't even make 50 statements a day. it would be almost impossible to lie 50 times. you'd have to start lying as soon as you wake up. but he's good at it. it's really what he does best. the president's advisers were tonight begging him to be more likeable, which it's like asking boba fett to smile more. i have to admit, he was funny, he did get off some good lines. >> as far as my relationships with all people, i think i have great relationships with all people. i am the least racist person in this room. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, okay. give him credit where it's due. only donald trump can look at a half-black, half-native american moderator and say, i'm the least racist person in this room. he is an increasingly angry and
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belligerent man, we know that. the debate commission kept things in check by adding the mute button and it worked. the candidates were given two minutes of what was supposed to be uninterrupted time. you know trump always finds a way to work himself in. >> if you just wore these masks, the president's own advisers told him, we could save 100,000 lives. we're in a circumstance where the president thus far still has no plan, no comprehensive plan. what i would do is make sure we have -- >> jimmy: all right, he didn't speak. tonight we saw melania trump for the first time in like three weeks. and we won't see her again until moving day, probably. [ laughter ] after the debate, melania tried to take the mute button home. [ laughter ] it's hard to believe, but donald trump still hasn't released his tax returns. those tax returns he hadn't released last time he was running for president, he still hasn't released them. but i think we're going to get to see them pretty soon. >> what's going on here? release your tax returns or stop
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talking about corruption. >> president trump, your response? >> first of all, i called my accountants, under order, i'm going to release them as soon as we can. i want to do it and it will show how successful, how great this company is. >> jimmy: he called his accountants. they're very busy at h&r block this time of year. [ laughter ] . >> jimmy: if this country were a company right now, it would be radio shack. we're going to see three "avatar" satisfy quells before we see those tax returns. biden called on trump to own up to his many egregious mistakes when it comes to the virus, and he almost kind of did. >> you say i take no responsibility. >> i take full responsibility. it's not my fault that it came here, it's china's fault. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i take full responsibility for not being responsible. that's what they call a "you-a culpa." so much nonsense.
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his defense of putting children in cages, you should see how nice these cages are. honestly. joe biden took the week off to gear up for tonight's debate, whereas the president warmed himself up by going after lesley stahl. at first when i saw trump and stahl trending on twitter, i assumed he got stuck on the toilet. it turned out to be the lady from "60 minutes." tuesday trump got angry and cut his interview with lesley stahl short. today he released the full interview, "the dictator's cut," if you will. they had their own cameras rolling at the white house. i guess they wanted to take cbs' ratings away, so they beat them to the punch. why he would want more people to see this, i don't know. here's how mr. tough guy got going. >> are you ready for some tough questions? >> you're going to be fair. >> i'm going to be fair. >> just be fair. >> but last time i remember you saying to me, bring it on, bring it on. >> no, i'm not looking for that, i'm looking for fairness. >> you're going to get fairness.
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but you're okay with some tough yes? >> no, i'm not. >> you're not okay with tough questions? >> you don't ask biden tough questions. >> jimmy: such a child. nothing is fair, everyone's against him. his parents really did a number on this one. thanks again, fred and mary trump. [ applause ] and the back and forth with lesley stahl, it didn't get much better from there. >> i didn't want to have this kind of -- >> of course you did. >> no, i didn't. >> of course you did. >> no, i didn't. >> you brought up a lot of subjects that were inappropriate -- >> i said i'd ask you tough questions. >> they were inappropriate right from the beginning. your first question was, this is going to be tough questions. >> it is. >> well, your first statement -- >> you're president. don't you think you should be accountable to the american people -- >> no, your first statement, this is going to be tough questions. well, i don't mind that. but you set up the interview, you didn't say that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you know, if i had known you were going to ask tough questions, i would have
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done the interview with mario lopez instead. [ laughter ] he was supposed to then stick around for a joint interview with mike pence, but he bailed on that and left the vice poodle by himself. you have to hand it to mike pence, this is a man who is masterful when it comes to kissing an ass. >> so what just happened? with the president? >> lesley, president trump is a man who speaks his mind. i think it's one of the great strengths that he's had. >> but he -- >> as president of the united states, is that the american people always know where they stand, and he's always ready to make the case for the american people and the case for the progress that we've made over the last 3 1/2 years. >> jimmy: good boy. very good boy. i am completely fascinated with mike pence. for a not very interesting guy, he's so interesting. so we got in touch with his team, and they hooked us -- believe it or not, we have a very special guest tonight. i'd like you to welcome the vice
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president of the united states. hello, mr. pence. [ cheers and applause ] >> hello, jimmy, pleasure to be here. you leftist antifa son of a gun. >> jimmy: thank you for joining us. did you watch the debate tonight? >> yes, of course. i watched it at home with my wife, who i call mother. my actual mommy was there too. and i believe my dad was looking down on us with father god. >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> we got a call afterwards from daddy, which is my nickname for the president. so i put him on speaker and me, my wife, mother, mommy, dad, and father god listened to daddy talk about how great he was. >> jimmy: well, that sounds confusing is what it sounds like. >> it was very confusing. ended beautifully with me and mother lying in our twin beds six feet apart. >> jimmy: for social distancing? >> no, no. the six feet are to leave room for the lord. real americans, jimmy, don't live like you godless caligulans
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in holly-weird, sharing a futon with george and a-maul clooney. >> jimmy: it's amal. >> you say amal, i say amal. i say annal, you say, i believe, anal. >> jimmy: let's stay on the subject. the debate was important. as of right now, you and the president are not polling well, particularly with african-american voters. >> wrong, jim-bo, wrong. we actually just received some major, major endorsements from prominent leaders in the black community. have you heard of 50 cents? >> jimmy: yes. it's 50 cent, 50 cent. >> ice tray? >> jimmy: ice cube, but yes. is that a fly? >> yes, sorry, i've got a lot of vermin hanging around here. >> jimmy: my gosh, that's really kind of gross. what is -- oh my god. >> this is a little butter bug. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> chicken, i got chicken --
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>> jimmy: what the hell? why is -- why is this stuff on you all the time? >> the president insists i keep a sloppy joe in my pocket in case he gets peckish. never wants to be more than five feet from a snackie-poo. >> jimmy: i want to ask about the pandemic, cases surging in 38 states. >> coronavirus, ha, what a crazy time that was. remember when we were washing our fingers all the time? glad that's behind us. >> jimmy: but it's not behind us. it's still going on. >> wrong again. not only has coronavirus been eradicated from the earth, the space force has just blown it out of the cosmos. astronauts can now take their masks off on the moon. >> jimmy: no, they can thought do that, they should definitely thought do that. >> yes, they can. >> jimmy: yeah, well, no they can't. i do want to thank you for your time tonight, mr. vice
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president. >> it was my pleasure. we may disagree on many things, but there is one thing i know we both agree on with aller er al hearts. on november 3rd, don't forget to throw your ballots in the river. >> jimmy: okay, thank you. >> toss them in. >> jimmy: thank you, mr. vice president, i appreciate it -- >> call me penny. >> jimmy: i will call you penny. thank you, penny. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: did you know that mike pence, did you know he was born without a neck? >> guillermo: oh, wow. >> jimmy: it's an incredible story, actually. the election is now, what, 11 days away. and already there's been foreign meddling from russia, which we expected, but also from iran. where the hell did they come from? iran? nobody expected -- this is like on "the bachelorette" when nick showed up out of nowhere to try to win kaitlin back. [ laughter ] by the way, barack obama is back too. barack obama headlined a drive-in rally for his former vice president yesterday.
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he was great. it's been quite some time since we saw the former president at a rally. and it was very different from the rallies given by our current president. so we thought it would be instructive and maybe even fun to compare and contrast. >> man, it is good to be back in pennsylvania. >> this is a big crowd. >> what we do these next 13 days will matter for decades to come. >> 13 days, can you believe it? >> he might not know what working people are going through here in pennsylvania. >> then i said to the people in the planes, got more television sets than any plane in history. >> right now you can vote for my friend joe biden. >> sleepy joe biden. >> joe learned early on to treat everybody he meets with dignity and respect. >> did crazy nancy go crazy? and the swamp creatures. >> we're not going to have a president that goes out of his way to insult anybody who doesn't support him. >> adam schiff, this guy, the watermelon head. really dumb people, these clowns. crazy birds. birds. birds. bir
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po pocahont pocahontas. >> or threaten them with jail. >> lock her up. >> lock them up! >> cruel, divisive, racist. >> sean hannity. the grate lou dobbs. laura. lou dobbs has been great. >> this president wants full credit for the economy he inherited. >> under my administration we built the greatest economy in the history of the world. >> zero blame for the pandemic that he ignored. >> this is the china plague, the china virus. >> america is a good and decent place. we've just seen so much noise. >> boom boom boom. >> and nonsense. >> wiggle waggle. >> i'm asking you to remember what this country can be. >> they'll open the floodgates to radical islamic terrorism. >> what it's like when we treat each other with respect and dignity. >> every one of them had a hand on a different part of my body. >> let's bring this home. i love you, philadelphia. >> the american dream is dead. >> jimmy: oh, i think i might vote for obama now. [ applause ] the big guns are coming out.
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we're less than two weeks away from the election. there's more than just the presidency on the line, there's so many atrocities coming out of this white house every day it's easy to get distracted. i want to bring us back to focus on something we can't afford to forget, and that is health care. the vast majority of this country agrees that health insurance should cover americans with pre-existing conditions. but the republican party, and that includes the president and members of congress, the only plan they have is to do away with protections for pre-existing conditions. if they're allowed to do that, millions of people are going to suffer. this is not a partisan issue. 4 of 5 americans want this. democrats and republicans. two-thirds of republicans want this. but the vast majority of republicans in office don't. they say they do, they'll tell you they do, but their actions say the opposite. so my wife, molly, made a video that deals with our experience when it comes to pre-existing conditions. we'd like you to watch this and pass it around to anyone who may have forgotten what this election is really about.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back. tonight on the show, jay pharoah is with us, which is almost like having barack obama on the show with us. then later, his song is called "fake," music from luav with conan gray. next week bill maher will be with us, chris evans will be with us, louis partridge, anne hathaway, gillian jacobs. david letterman will join us. and we'll have music from perfume genius, 24k golden with iann dior, gracie abrams, and her. our first guest is an oscar and golden globe-winning actress and delightful human. you can see her co-starring alongside anne hathaway and many more in the just in time for halloween movie "the witches." it premieres exclusively on hbo
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max. please welcome octavia spencer. >> hello. >> jimmy: corded headphones, you're going old-school. >> i'd lose the little ones that aren't attached so this way i know where they are. >> jimmy: i think i've lost a couple in my head. [ laughter ] at least three of them rattling around in my brain. did you watch the debate tonight 92. >> i did watch the debate tonight. >> jimmy: you're a big trump supporter, i know. [ laughter ] >> well, i don't like to say bad things about anybody, so i better let that go. >> jimmy: what did you think? it was better than the last one, right, for sure. >> it was better than the last one, but we also now have a very low standard. >> jimmy: yes, we do. [ applause ] i think the fact that this show is on television proves that. how old were you the first time you voted? was it right away? >> i was 18. >> jimmy: 18, yeah. >> yeah. my mom had aspirations for me to either be a doctor or a lawyer,
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then on to be a judge. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's what mom had planned for you? was she disappointed? >> well -- she passed away. so i think she had to help me fulfill my dreams. because, you know, who wants to go to law school? >> jimmy: sorry, mom. i won an oscar. [ laughter ] and were you one of those kids that was politically involved, like interested in all that stuff? >> i loved it. i mean, i was part of the congressional youth council. and we went to d.c. and one of the things that you got to do was go to congress, watch congress in session, then meet your state rep. but i didn't want to meet my state rep, i wanted to meet ted kennedy. >> jimmy: oh. >> so -- yeah, but that was against the rules, but i kind of broke the rules and snuck into -- >> jimmy: how did you sneak into ted kennedy's office?
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>> not well. i basically waited for the alabama youth to leave, then i found his office. and walked in. was like, i'm here to see my state rep. because i'm from alabama. i didn't realize my accent would give me away. his secretary was like, where are you from? and i thought -- i had met some kids from massachusetts. and i thought, well, uh -- they said, newkirk? newton? i said, newkirk. basically, long story short, his secretary literally could have turned me in, because that was so against the rules. but instead, i didn't get to see ted, but she gave me a massachusetts state pen. i got a pen. the thing about that pen, though, is everybody thought that i got to meet ted kennedy. >> jimmy: i see. and that's what's most important, right? [ applause ]
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>> exactly. >> jimmy: are you back working now? have you been able to get back to work? >> i started working three weeks ago. >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's weird, right? the whole thing is weird. all the rules and everyone's in scuba gear. >> everyone's in scuba gear, but i appreciate it so much. because i feel like our industry really is taking this seriously to protect everybody on set. i mean, it's crazy that the film industry is more secure than the white house. it's a little nuts. >> jimmy: yeah, it is. nothing makes sense anymore, does it? >> nothing, nothing. >> jimmy: i know that you had a big -- a landmark birthday over the summer. did you get to celebrate that bett birthday? >> not in the way that i had wanted. i was going to go home to alabama to be with family, do a dinner here with friends, then take my company to hawaii. that's where we were going to do our retreats, in hawaii.
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and then none of that happened. and i didn't get any of the airline tickets when money back. >> jimmy: you had to eat the airline tickets? >> i ate the airline tickets for ten people. >> jimmy: oh, no. oh, happy birthday to you. [ laughter ] >> yeah. the big 5-0, and i lost 5-0, there you go. >> jimmy: did anybody give you a cake or anything? >> it was not the birthday that i had wanted, but my friends put together this surprise for me that i didn't know, like they got a lot of people that i've worked with and that i like to do a special video for me. it was like -- >> jimmy: oh, that's nice. famous people you're talking about? >> well, one -- well, a few. chris evans, the dear friend. katy perry, a dear friend. keanu reeves surprised me. of course i started crying like a baby. keanu! oh god! so fabulous. >> jimmy: is he a friend of
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yours? or is he just somebody you like? >> he's somebody i like. my friends know that. it was like the sweetest thing, you know, on a -- i think it was a sunday. i can't remember what day it was. but, you know, he sent this video in. and everybody was looking all weird, you know. and i was wondering why everybody was calling me, facetiming and stuff. and everybody was looking like there was a pause, and i guess they wanted to know how i felt about the video, but i hadn't received it yet. >> jimmy: i see. everybody was like, hey! anything going on? >> hey! yeah. how you doing? >> jimmy: the people you've worked with, the people you admire, whatever you had, all those people made videos for you? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'm just checking, because i didn't get a request at all. [ laughter ] it's all right. i'll hit you up at 60. [ laughter ] octavia, we're going to take a break. when we come back, we'll see a clip from your new movie "the witches." we'll be right back.
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surfer: or you can fill it out anywhere. man 1: it's easy to mail it back. you don't even need a stamp. man 2: or you can use an official drop box. woman 3: you can even drop it off at the polls. man 3: then, track it to confirm your county got it. see? they got it! woman 4: mail ballots are the simple, safe, and secure way to ensure that your vote is counted. was she wearing gloves? long ones? up to the elbows? was she wearing a hat? >> it looked like she had a towel on her head or something. >> and when she talked, did her voice sound ugly and scratchy like an outhouse door swinging on a rusty hinge?
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i feared this was happening. that lady you saw in the grocery store was no lady. what you saw was a witch. >> jimmy: that is octavia spencer in "the witches." i love the lightning. the lightning -- your director is robert zemeckis, made "forrest gump," made all the "back to the future" movies. so this is a man who knows his way around lightning. [ laughter ] >> yes. >> jimmy: and this is a book, "the witches," a rhoad book, wrote "james and the giant peach," "charlie and the chocolate factory." tell us what the basic idea of the movie is. it's a little different from the book. >> well, the basic idea is my grandson, who's lost both of his parents, i am now raising him.
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basically uncovers a coven of witches. and i help him -- well, we have to take them on. >> jimmy: yeah, because they turn children into mice, right? >> mice, exactly. >> jimmy: i hope that wasn't a spoiler alert type of item. where did you shoot the movie? >> we shot in london last year. >> jimmy: was that fun, being in london? >> it was amazing. it was amazing being in london. but, you know, there were a lot of things happening, a lot of endings of my favorite shows and things. >> jimmy: oh, so you missed american television when you were there? >> no, i -- okay. when i say endings, "the avengers," they were ending. i have a lot of friends who were into marvel movies, so i wanted to go to that premiere. "game of thrones" was ending. a lot of heartbreak for me. >> jimmy: oh, ah, i didn't realize you were such a nerd, octavia. [ laughter ] i did know this about you. i like it. [ applause ] so you're into the marvel
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movies? >> oh my god, yes. >> jimmy: yeah? >> i literally -- my little costar that you saw in that clip? >> jimmy: yeah? >> i'm normally a person, i like to go to movies on opening weekends if i don't go to the premiere. i'm in london, i don't know the place. i finally found a theater, everything was sold out. so i started hitting everybody up because i love captain america, i loved him before i got to know him. i'm thinking, if something happens to captain america, it's going to be bad. i started asking everybody, did anything happen to captain america? i finally -- nobody would tell me. i cornered my little costar. and he kind of alluded to something, that something happened to captain america. so i was panicked. >> jimmy: oh. >> but we found out. >> jimmy: he didn't tell you what happened? oh, really, so you wanted to know -- you had such interest in this, you wanted the movie ruined for you before you saw it? >> no, i just didn't want to be panicked in the theater and sobbing uncontrollably. >> jimmy: i have something to
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tell you, i hate to be the one to tell you this. chris evans is not really captain america. >> i know, i know. but i just -- i loved him as captain america. and i love captain america. here's the thing. we were in there, there was a moment that the source was summoned, captain america who summoned it, in america that went over like gangbusters, crazy. in london, my friend and i that went, we were the only two people screaming. they're very proper british people. >> jimmy: they probably like, these americans are crazy, they're obsessed with captain america, they're obsessed with their own. >> pretty much. pretty much. >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. i'm glad you're doing well. happy belated birthday. octavia spencer. "the witches" premieres tonight exclusively on hbo max. we'll be back with jay pharoah! the most dangerous thing about rheumatoid arthritis
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>> dicky: next week on "jimmy kimmel live," bill maher, anne hathaway, chris evans, louis partridge, gillian jacobs, and david letterman, plus music from 24kgolden featuring iann doir, h.e.r., gracie adams, and perfume genius next week on "jimmy kimmel live." ♪
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i'm voting 'yes' on prop 19. nineteen limimims taxes on seniors. it limits property tax on people like me. nineteen limits taxes on wildfire victims. it says so right here. if 19 passes, seniors can move closer to family or medical care. i looked at moving but i can't afford the taxes. will you help california's most vulnerable? vote 'yes' on prop 19. ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back to the
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show. music from luav with conan gray is on the way. our next guest as very funny actor, comedian, occasionally former president of the united states. his new horror comedy "bad hair" premieres tomorrow on hulu. please welcome jay pharoah. hey, jay. [ cheers and applause ] >> how you doing? >> jimmy: good to see you. >> you too, brother, good to see you. >> jimmy: tell everybody where you're webbing in from. >> man, i am off of the -- i'm in mauritius off the east coast of africa, yes. >> jimmy: it's an island -- >> very early here, yes. >> jimmy: i heard you were there and i looked it up so i could see where it was. i'm guessing it's beautiful. >> oh, oh, definitely. beautiful here. you know, there's no trump, so that's always a positive. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what time is it there? >> it is 7:30 in the morning. >> jimmy: well, good morning. so did you -- >> yes. >> jimmy: did you see the debate? i'm assuming they don't show it
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on tv there. did you watch it online? >> i did. and actually, actually they have it on bbc here. but i did watch it. i definitely watched it online. i was up, been up since 5:15 watching it. trump and biden going back and forth. grumpy old men. it's all good. [ laughter ] pretty fun. you know, because -- you know, i've never done this before, man, but you know, joe biden, man, he always seems like he's reaching for something. because he knows the words. the words are going to escape him. but i put my hand up like i'm trying to reach and get him back, and you're with me, right? i'm pretty much a '90s r&b singer, watch this. america. i love you. come on. come on, man. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's very interesting the way you look at this stuff. because you're so good with these impressions that you do. i feel like maybe it probably takes some of the pleasure away from watching things. like i never -- i didn't even notice the hands that were going on there. and you were -- you could have
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probably been a detective in a different -- because you're obviously very, very observant. do you do trump as well? >> yes, of course. listen, jimmy, the people. the people love me, trump, the people do, okay? joe, listen, joe. somebody say something to joe. joe, shut up, you're lying, joe, the people love me, jimmy, it's all about the people. fact check, black twitter, the people love me. i've been for black people since michael jackson. the people, they love me, the people. it's really fun, man. >> jimmy: did you get to see president obama's return to the stage yesterday? >> you know what, i think -- i think what obama -- i think joe biden just needs obama to just ghost write all of his stuff. i think that's what needs to happen, right? joe biden, obama talking before, obama just puts it down, he's just like, well joe, listen.
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this is what you need to do. every time trump tries to talk, you just basically say this. coronavirus. and then we cut to cardi b. then she screams it. coronavirus! every time he tries to say something. joe, i swear to the lord, you will win if you do that. thank you. this guy, man, come on. listen, if i had some chinese bank account, they'd call me beijing barry. they would do that. i definitely saw it. thank you. thank you. thank you. so yes, yes, yes. >> jimmy: that is -- that is a remarkable impersonation. by the way, are you getting out? are you going and seeing the sights there in mauritius right now? >> i was quarantined for two weeks, so i couldn't. i couldn't see anything. >> jimmy: you had to stay in the hotel room for two weeks? >> yep. stay in the hotel room, two weeks, with my mom, yep. >> jimmy: oh. >> that was -- that was fun. yep.
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yep. i didn't have any -- i didn't have any weed here, nothing. so i don't know if i'll be doing that again. >> jimmy: wow. >> but i love her. i love her to death. and we spent my birthday together. i had my birthday out here. my nephew and my sister. so it was nice, man. but yeah. two weeks. i just had to quarantine in a beautiful prison. it was amazing. it was amaze iing. >> jimmy: does that give you an opportunity, being with all this quiet time we've had, to study people and impersonate them that you might not have thought of doing before? >> you know what, yeah, man. like during this -- during the quarantine in general, i've been studying joaquin phoenix's the joker. >> jimmy: really? >> i think i got a good one. >> jimmy: okay. >> i think i do. because he's just like -- well, listen, murray. do you know what it's like out there, murray? everybody's just awful to each
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other. nobody thinks what it's like to be the other guy! you think guys like thomas wayne think of people like me? they don't. they think we'll sit there and take it, that we won't werewolf and go wild, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha hah! i have a personality disorder, pretty much, now. >> jimmy: very well done. very well done. >> thank you, thank you. also, bill nighy, davey jones, i've been working on him. >> jimmy: i see what channels you're getting there. >> there's not a lot here. you can select from 15 movies. i've pretty much been watching the same things over and over again. bill niyhy. when he talks jack sparrow, settle down. and i don't know why you're drinking so much rum because i'm a gin man myself.
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i like that talk. he just talk talk talk talk talk talk. he's all over the place, man, i love it. >> jimmy: are you learning from the people you're meeting and doing their accents as well? >> it's kind of hard, because it's like a french -- it's like a french-indian thing. >> jimmy: i gotcha. >> it's frendian, you know what i mean? all of that put together. i'm trying to get the mauritius accent, but i'll work on it. >> jimmy: you'll have it before you come back, i'm guessing. tell us about this movie, "bad hair." it sounds like a pretty great idea. >> yeah. so basically, "bad hair" -- well, first of all, it's an excellent cast, man. justin simeon from "dear white people." he produced, wrote, directed, and he's in the movie. so it's basically about hair that overtakes you and kills you, jimmy. that's what it's about.
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that's what it does. literally killer weeds. that's what this movie is. >> jimmy: hair weed that kills. >> it's the hair weave and it keeps killing you. like you don't have a black mother, of course, but i do. [ laughter ] my mom used to spend so much time in the hair salons, man. she would be in there, she would be gone. we would have to like send out -- we would have to call special forces, make sure she was straight. she'd be gone for two or three weeks, you know what i mean? the movie circles around -- it just circles around that. i can't give too much away. >> jimmy: right. >> let me tell you this. people will die. >> jimmy: people will die. >> that's what i'm going to tell you. >> jimmy: and it's based on a true story. >> and it's based on a true story. >> jimmy: it's good to see you. i hope you enjoy the rest of your time overseas. jay pharoah, everybody. "bad hair" premieres tomorrow on hulu. thanks, jay. we'll be right back with music
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from luav with conan gray! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz, the best or nothing.
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz, the best or nothing. >> jimmy: thanks to octavia spencer, jay pharoah, kyle dunagan too. apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next. first, the song is called "fake" with an assist from conan gray, luav! ♪ ♪ yeah you and your friends you live on the surface act like you're perfect everyone knows ♪ ♪ you're just like everyone else except for you're better at taking photos ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, yeah why you gotta make everything a show baby you're so fake ♪ ♪ ah you don't mean a single thing you say ah ♪
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♪ if we've got a problem say it to my face ah and you're just like all ♪ ♪ the people that you hate you're so fake when the real you's back i'll pick up my phone ♪ ♪ calling me up when you're getting drunk you say you're in love but what do you mean ♪ ♪ 'cause when you wake up you blame it on drugs and then we break up you lie through your teeth ♪ ♪ you just wanna play little games for attention you just wanna play little games for attention ♪ ♪ telling me your perfect lies and wasting all my time 'cause baby you're so fake ♪ ♪ ah you don't mean a single thing you say ah ♪ ♪ if we've got a problem say it to my face ah and you're just like all ♪ ♪ the people that you hate you're so fake when the real you's back
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i'll pick up my phone ♪ ♪ you just wanna play little games for attention you just wanna play little games for attention ♪ ♪ pushing me away so i crave your affection pushing me away so i crave your affection ♪ ♪ calling me insane but you stay in my mentions calling me insane ♪ ♪ but you stay in my mentions telling me your perfect lies and ♪ ♪ wasting all my time 'cause baby you're so fake ah you don't mean a ♪ ♪ single thing you say ah oh if we've got a problem say it to my face ♪ ♪ ah oh and you're just like all the people that you hate you're so fake ♪ ♪ when the real you's back i'll pick up my phone ♪
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tonight, entering the final stretch of the 2020 race. a presidential debate centering on policy differences. >> if we just wore these masks, president's own advisers have told him, we could save 100,000 lives. >> we have to open our schools and we can't close up our nation or you're not going to have a nation. >> pitching their plans on how to end the pandemic. repair the economy. and handle election interference. >> any country, no matter who it is, that interferes in american elections, will pay a price. >> there has been nobody tougher to russia, between the sanctions, nobody tougher than me on russia. >> did donald trump and joe biden change the minds of any voters? this s financia


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