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jimmy kimmel. is next. >> lou: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- miles teller. rhea seehorn. and music from the b-52's, with cleto and the cletones. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you. very nice. i appreciate that. i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thanks for watching. thanks for coming. [ cheers and applause ] glad you seem to be in a positive mood. well, it's very kind. yeah, we got some positive news
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today covid-wise. i don't know if i believe it, seeing as how i know about 20 people who have covid or have had it this month. but dr. fauci says we are no longer in the pandemic phase of the virus. [ cheers and applause ] we are transitioning from the pandemic phase to the awkward teenage phase. [ laughter ] so instead of your hands, wash your face. and yet, there are hundreds of nuts out there still spreading nonsense, touting unproven, ineffective medications, calling for dr. fauci's head. one of those people is running for governor of arizona. she as former phoenix local newscaster named kari lake who's trying to make a name for herself by out-crazying the field. >> i want to make ivermectin and other inexpensive, effective drugs we know a lot about, over the counter. we shouldn't have to feel like drug addicts trying to go out there to buy ivermectin. it was anthony fauci who kept that from us. i'm encouraging any lawmen here,
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and i'm talking sheriffs, i don't think it will happen in maricopa county, but i'm looking for someone tough, maybe sheriff lamb, to issue a warrant for anthony fauci's arrest out of arizona. ♪ dum dum dum dum dum dum ♪ ♪ dumb irresponsible dangerous ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: that campaign jingle is my gift to you, kari. i was fearing we'd reached the point donald trump is almost mainstream, a moderate now. mitt romney is a hippie, trump's the moderate, and all these crazies. trump being president was like opening pandora's box. [ laughter ] frightening individuals running for office. then the ones already in office like venmo-lester and tan mom doing podcasts together. >> i believe in an america that is strong enough to face disinformation without the twitter overlords. >> absolutely, i believe in people. people are smart enough to figure it out.
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: in fairness, when you're marjorie taylor greene, everyone seems smart. [ laughter ] the same way goldfish think out. there's a funny scenario in progress in ohio in the republican race for senate there. the top two candidates, a trump supporter and a former never trumper. this is josh mandel. now, this is josh mandel pro-god, pro-gun, pro-trump. [ laughter ] >> and propecia from the look of it. [ laughter ] josh got the backing of the powerful club for growth, which ran ads attacking his opponent, j.d. vance, who supports trump for not -- for not supporting trump. >> j.d. vance, in his own words. >> i'm a never trump guy, i never liked him, i can't stomach trump, i think he's noxious. >> on twitter, vance called trump, quote, reprehensible.
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an idiot. >> jimmy: yeah, that's right, right? i mean, is that wrong? oh. [ laughter ] but then j.d. smelled which way the wind was blowing off the porta-potty that is today's republican party and he changed his tune. all of a sudden he decided not only isn't trump not noxious isn't trump not noxious and reprehensible, he's the greatest president of his lifetime. j.d.'s previous opinions, he says, were stupid. >> all of us say stupid things and i happen to say stupid things very publicly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: which is really a great qualification for a future senator. vote for me, i say stupid things very publicly. it worked. trump endorsed j.d., the guy who called him an idiot, when leaves the club for growth now in the hilarious position of being mad at trump for endorsing a candidate who isn't sufficiently pro-trump. it's an i hate mexican standoff. [ laughter ] this is their new ad. i'm not making this up. this pro-trump super pac attacks trump, saying he got suckered by j.d. vance, the same way he got suckered when he endorsed mitt romney in 2012. >> i'm a never trump guy. >> is trump seeing this?
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>> president trump tweeting a surprise endorsement of mitt romney. >> how'd that turn out? >> why does it look like an ad for ebs medication? [ laughter ] their position is trump is too gullible or weak minded or whatever. which is confusing but fortunately j.d. vance's new ad does a lot to clear it up. >> i'm j.d. vance. my opponents who support trump called him an idiot for endorsing me after i called trump an idiot. but donald trump knows i then called myself an idiot for calling him an idiot. and only an idiot would call someone an idiot for calling someone who called themselves an idiot an idiot. don't be an idiot, like i was/am for calling donald trump an idiot. >> bing bing bong bong. >> support the idiot the other idiots say trump is an idiot for supporting, me. i'm j.d. vance. you can't smell "patriot" without most of the letters of the word "idiot."
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that's me, j.d., the idiot who approved this message. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. so that's happening in ohio. meanwhile, things are temporarily looking up for donald trump's social media platform. "truth social" is getting a boost from the news that elon musk is buying twitter. their app is now number one on the apple store free app chart. we know this because trump released a statement, "truth social is number one in the apple app store." a statement he did not bother to post on truth social. because no one would see it there. [ laughter ] he still hasn't posted on his own truth social app since the day it launched back in february. the last time he ignored something this much, it was named eric. [ laughter ] the truth about truth social is, of course it's number one. the reason no one is downloading twitter is because everyone already has twitter. the big truth social selling point is free speech, they won't ban you like twitter did to trump. but if you look at their community guidelines, you will
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see that isn't necessarily true. for instance, they report content that contains "misrepresentations about a business." like, for instance, this tweet trump posted about dominion voting machines. you also can't post content that "depicts violence or threats of violence." like this video trump tweeted of him beating up cnn. truth social does not allow copyright infringement. like using a nickelback song without permission. ♪ look at this photograph ♪ which trump did right there. and the biggest no-no, the one they actually call "truth #1," they will delete your account if you use the platform as a "tool for a crime or any unlawful activity." like, i don't know, starting a riot at the capitol? [ laughter ] what i'm wondering is, maybe this is why trump hasn't been posting on truth social. he's banned from that one too! [ laughter ] the department of energy yesterday made a big announcement about one of trump's passion projects. the incandescent light bulb.
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you know the one with the little wire in the middle? well, the biden administration wants to phase those out and replace them all with energy-efficient l.e.d. bulbs sometime next year. this is going to be one of those things tucker carlson does a primetime special about. [ laughter ] "cancel culture finally came for our bulbs!" [ laughter ] of course this is bad news for trump, who during his time in office tried to block legislation that encouraged americans to buy l.e.d.s which he freely admits he did for personal reasons. >> i brought bark the old lightbulb. better light for much less money if you want it. the new one costs five times as much and makes you look orange. and i was more interested in the orange than i was in the cost. >> jimmy: yeah. it doesn't make everyone look orange. [ laughter ] i'm no expert on skin tone. maybe it's the spray-on face bronzer that's making you look that color. [ laughter ] then we have the mypillow man, mike lindell, using special lightbulbs of his own to verify
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something he's producing, he calls these fraud-proof ballots. >> so here, i don't know if you can see this. but there's stars and stripe on this here. or stripes, i guess. that show through. can you see that? >> yes, cane make out something. i can't make out exactly what it is, but yes. i can see something. yep. slightly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: poor brandon, at this point he's like, "yeah, i see it, mike, i see a ghost, i see a grown man making shadow puppets with a flashlight, are we going to get paychecks this week?" mike lindell, for whatever reason, seems to be as fixated on me as i am on him. i think no one else is paying attention to him. he can't get on fox news anymore. and so this is the last week, he spends a lot of time trying to get my attention. >> a year ago jimmy watched 17 or 19 hours, he said, of our show. he absolutely loved it. he was one of our biggest fans. he's quit watching fox because he loves the show.
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it's his favorite show. jimmy watches our show every night. >> he's a big fan, a big fan. >> i'd like to go back on old jimmy kimble. if you've been watching frank speech, the evidence is there. i told him i'd pay for a real cyber guy to look at the evidence and i'll come on his show and jimmy will say, "mike, we're sorry we ever doubted this." i will pay for it, jimmy kimble. you can go, "mike, you were right." come on, jimmy, let's an hero to our country. look at that. >> there you go, jimmy! >> look at that, jimmy! >> the ball's in your court, jimmy! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right. well. okay, so that's weird. [ cheers and applause ] how do i explain it? here's the thing. i have a soft spot for mike lindell, i do. most of these guys are out there trying to make money, mike is working hard to lose all of his. [ laughter ] with this evidence he keeps claiming he's about to release of voter fraud. then nothing ever happens. i'd love to have him on the
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show, i can't because he's not vaccinated, he's an anti-vaxxer. we have a policy, you're not vaccinated, you can't come in our building. mike, here's what i will offer. you can come to l.a. you can park in our parking lot if you want. there's a dave and buster's across the street. [ laughter ] inside that dave and buster's is a claw machine. we will put you in that claw machine. [ laughter ] and i will interview safely from there. i know you're very focused on machines. and that way, you can get your message out, and maybe even take home a stuffed monkey. [ cheers and applause ] wouldn't that be fun? >> guillermo: that's a great idea! >> jimmy: thank you. [ laughter ] do we have a deal? i mean, if you really care about democracy, you will get in that plexiglass box and save this country. because you said it yourself. we're headed in a direction where everything is upside down. >> next year you're going to have a whole shift in every platform, every media. it's going to go good is evil,
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>> jimmy: well, hi, there. tonight we welcome you back. from "better call saul," rhea seehorn is with us. then later, making their farewell appearance here before embarking on their final tour -- it kicks off august 22nd in seattle, washington. the b-52's from the mercedes eq stge. [ cheers and applause ] a lot of bands will come and they'll be like, we don't want to do our classic songs, we want to do our new songs, then nobody wants to hear the new song. well, they're doing their old song, "love shack." [ cheers and applause ] our first guest tonight is having a busy year. this week, he launches a new limited series. next month, he stars in the "top gun" sequel. and in june he's thinking about getting a foosball table. [laughter ] the behind-the-scenes story of the making of "the godfather" is called "the offer," it premieres tomorrow on paramount plus. please say hello to miles teller.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: miles. >> jimmy, how's it going? >> jimmy: last time i saw you -- it's going well -- was three years ago and you just finished shooting the "top gun" movie. >> i know, i know. >> jimmy: then something happened worldwide and prevented it from coming out. >> that was the running joke, like the one thing that could defeat tom cruise is covid. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and yet it didn't defeat tom cruise. >> no, it didn't. >> jimmy: he just waited for his moment. >> he's just waiting, yeah. >> jimmy: because you can't defeat tom cruise. he's like tom brady, he's undefeatable. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you know what, i realized something about you. >> what? >> jimmy: you're like secretly one of the most talented people in the whole world. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. because -- i say this because
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just a minute ago i saw you in the "top gun" movie, and it's fantastic, by the way, as "top gunny" everyone could pray it would be. >> for sure, it's going to give people everything, what they want then a little bit more. >> jimmy: yes, it is. yes, it did. and you're playing the piano in this movie and i assumed it was somebody else because it was so good, and it's just you. >> it's me. because my wife, actually -- it's going to be on the soundtrack. >> jimmy: it is? >> yeah. [cheers and applause ] i was like, i played piano when i was growing up. i said off the bat, yeah, i'm going to do this myself, i won't need a double. but it's tough. >> jimmy: yeah. you're in tom cruise's world, right? obviously. >> yeah. >> jimmy: what happens -- like the first time -- >> we all are. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes, we are. we are. living in tom cruise's world. but even more so, you're in the epicenter of tom's world. the first time you see him on set? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what happens? how was that? >> i mean, honestly -- so i had
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to go and audition for him for the movie. >> jimmy: yeah? >> i really -- when i was kind of visualizing it, i didn't think i was going to be nervous, and i really wasn't, if anything i was looking forward to seeing how tom works. >> jimmy: you'd already to the this through, then when you met tom you were able to calm down and meet him? >> yeah, he's so -- he really is -- i mean, you would have a hard time finding anybody to have a bad word to say about tom. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i think he is just so disarming. he's incredibly present. so yeah, so that was all good. when he put on the maverick helmet for the first time, you know, that was pretty wild. >> jimmy: did you squeal? [ laughter ] >> heee! i started a "maverick" chant which wasn't that clever, i wasn't sure how that was going to go. >> jimmy: you started a chant? >> yeah. >> jimmy: did others join in? >> maverick! maverick! >> jimmy: people did that with you? >> no one did. >> jimmy: they left you hanging. >> yeah. [ laughter ] i was doing stuff like that all the time, it's intense, the nature of it.
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flying and these briefings and that was serious. i would have a bluetooth speaker and start playing songs from the "top gun" soundtrack in the middle of intense scenes. just to lighten up. >> jimmy: yeah, because -- >> not tom, but just the -- >> jimmy: i know what you're saying. >> a little levity. >> jimmy: you have to get into a plane. are you flying these planes? >> we're not, god, are you joking? no way. >> jimmy: good. well, i don't know. >> no way. the guy you're flying with, you know they're the best of the best. but still you're just like -- i mean, i'm just taking your word for it. [ laughter ] like, i don't know. and it is pretty -- it is wild. >> jimmy: but what's crazy is that you shot these scenes, and i didn't even know this until i was told afterwards. you were really in the air when you're shooting these scenes? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. do you think that was necessary? [ laughter ] >> i don't know. >> jimmy: you don't know. >> no, but in all honesty, that was something -- you know,
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because tom in his own words, he had been presented ideas for the sequel many times. and tom doesn't need to make a sequel to "top gun." he's got a million things going on. but he felt like this story was right, and also he wanted to make sure that technology had advanced enough to where we could put the cameras in the cockpit. that was really important. so that's what we did. >> jimmy: you put the cameras in the cockpit. >> yeah. >> jimmy: then you get up with these guys -- >> oh, man. their callsign -- i'm not going to repeat some of them because -- tom tells a story, his first one was bozo. >> jimmy: right, he did tell us that story. >> i have one guy, his callsign was destiny. i just thought that was too much for me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. did you pick your callsign in the movie? >> i did. >> jimmy: "rooster." why did you pick rooster? >> i thought it was in the family of goose. >> jimmy: goose and rooster. [ laughter ] gooseter. >> yes. that was the first draft. >> jimmy: you're goose's son in the movie? >> i am, and meg ryan. >> jimmy: and meg ryan, right.
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she didn't play meg ryan in the movie, though. [ laughter ] >> what did she play? >> jimmy: i don't know, gosling, i guess. i don't know. maybe the reverse. did you know geese are female? >> i never checked. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah they are. [ applause ] so now you go up with these pilots, navy pilots who are bad-asses, right? >> absolutely, yeah. best in the world. >> jimmy: did they try to make you throw up the whole time? >> no, and honestly, that was a big thing for tom too. he knew we were going to be filming in these jets for many months. and so he wanted to make sure they didn't make us sick right off the bat. but i know you're having some other people from the movie probably coming on at some point. >> jimmy: yeah. >> tere's six new pilots in the story. and three of the six puked like every day. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, great. >> i was not one of them. >> jimmy: yeah, i would have
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been one of them. i would have thrown up before i got on the plane, for at least six hours after i got off the plane. >> then you got to find out what to do with that. > jimmy: with -- oh, yeah, right. >> yeah. you're in a pretty tight spot. >> jimmy: it's got to go somewhere. that's when you go, why am i actually up in this plane? [ laughter ] >> i thought that many times. >> jimmy: and it's hot up there, right? >> it's so hot. whatever temperature it is outside, that's the temperature inside the bird. >> jimmy: you're out in like arizona or something? >> so fallon, nevada, is where top gun is. it would be like 120 degrees. even just for flight training for months before that, i made the mistake -- i had a wedding the night before i had to do this flight training. oh, i'll have one or two light beers because i've got this flight training tomorrow. cut, to i barely make it in time for the flight training, i'm so hung over. [ laughter ] you could not think of anything you'd want to be doing less than bombing maneuvers and ripping gs, like i'm such an idiot. [ laughter ] what's it like to rip gs? that's a big part of the movie. >> sorry, i thought you were in the know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, the g-force, i was
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reading about it today. they say it's like -- it's a multiple. right now we're at g-force 1, just sitting here. >> about -- about -- >> jimmy: right. [ laughter ] then tom gets up to -- well, i don't want to say what he gets up to. maybe it ruins part of the movie. >> yeah. >> jimmy: does it feel like your body's being crushed? >> the aircraft can withstand at least the max we were going was 7.5 gs, they say that's 1,500 pounds of pressure, of force. so it's a -- i mean, it's a lot, dude. >> jimmy: that's like five 300-pound men sitting on you. >> or women. >> jimmy: or women, whatever. >> or -- >> jimmy: or geese, we don't know. >> pound of feathers, pound of bricks. >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back, this is such an interesting idea for a show, it's about the making of "the godfather," perhaps the greatest movie of all-time. miles teller is with us. we'll be right back. you know that show i was telling you about?
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and. i'm going to make a nice terrifying film about people you love. that is brilliant. you, come. >> what just happened? >> congratulations. you're the producer of "the godfather." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're back with miles teller. that is a scene from "the offer." which is the story of the making of "the godfather." you play al ruddy, the producer >> the legend. >> jimmy: won the oscar -- >> the last sole recipient to receive the best actor oscar. >> jimmy: best picture? >> sorry, best picture. >> jimmy: now there's seven producers. >> it takes a lot of people to do it. so it's just really impressive.
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and we're lucky enough to have al share all his stories with us and that's why we made a show. >> jimmy: this guy al, this tickles me because i always wondered who came up for the idea for the show "hogan's heroes." >> really? >> jimmy: yes, because you know the premise of that show. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: it's one of my favorite sitcoms. >> oh, nice. >> jimmy: it's a comedy set in, for those of you too young to remember "hogan's heroes" and those of you who are not will remember this -- [ laughter ] it's a comedy set in a nazi p.o.w. camp. >> yeah, yeah. he said, they've never made a comedy set during wartime. >> jimmy: well, yeah, okay. but that's one thing. [ laughter ] the other thing is it's set in a nazi p.o.w. camp. [ laughter ] >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: with some lovingly foolish nazis. >> yeah, i know, i know. >> jimmy: this guy's a little nuts to start with. >> well, he -- honestly, al i think -- i think he saw an in. i think at first he was, you know, attracted by the lifestyle. you know, he was going to the
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chateau. and i think he just felt like he was watching these things that were all very similar. hey, let me try it. then comes up with "hogan's heroes." then "the godfather" is one of the first things that he produced. >> jimmy: that movie is a movie that lot of these guys did not want made, right? >> what are those guys? these guys? these guys right here, what do they do? what's that guy talking about, what's he doing? no, for sure, i mean, i watched -- i looked up a lot of different stories. watched a lot on youtube. to shoot in new york at the time, they really were controlling, the teamsters and everything. guys would talk about going, doing a location scout, come out and all their stuff would be gone. you were either paying them off -- a lot of times you had to -- they had to respect you, but you really did have to kind of work hand in hand with the mob in new york at the time. >> jimmy: yeah, and there's, of course, still elements of that now, yeah. but it was interesting, though, that they would have a problem, these criminals, being depicted as criminals is what they didn't want.
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>> well, no, that's what they say. they say, if you watch the movie, the word "mafia" never -- >> jimmy: never mentioned, yeah. >> that was kind of a big thing. >> jimmy: al is still producing, right? >> he is. >> jimmy: he produced this tv show. >> yes. >> jimmy: how old is he now? >> i think 92? yeah. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah, he just did -- i don't know if you saw "cry macho." he said clint called him up, "still got that "cry macho script, kid?" >> jimmy: kid. >> because he talked to him about it 45 years ago. is that the best? >> jimmy: have you still got that "cry macho" script, yeah, that's fun. it's fun to hear those stories and the crazy -- >> for sure. >> jimmy: it was so much crazier back then. >> absolutely. al, just when i was shooting the show, he just said, every day -- he's like, enjoy all the script that takes place before the
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making of "the godfather." he said, every day making that was the worst day of my life, it was living hell. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: at least it was worth it, you know? >> i know, because so many times it's not. i've got stuff where it's like, every day's really tough, and then nobody sees it, so you don't talk about it in interviews. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right, yeah, yeah. there's no miniseries made about it later on. >> no, even my whole life i was like, maybe you could do a 30-minute thing. i'm talking -- yeah my life up to this point and the next however long, 30 minutes with commercials. and it's really not -- it's probably not even that entertaining. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i have a feeling it would be pretty entertaining. it's very good to see you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: "the offer" premieres tomorrow on paramount plus. miles teller, everybody. thanks for being here, miles. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] >> lou: it's time to play "hammered or high?" >> i have a question for you, are you hammered or are you high? >> lou: are they hammered, or are they high? consider the clues and pick the most logical answer. okay, let's check back in. >> both. >> both. >> which one are you more of? >> it's california, what do you think? >> lou: blaze up, you crazy kids. this has been "hammered or high?" the game where everyone wins. >> jimmy: music from the b-52's
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out-of-state corporations wrote an online sports and mabetting plan, yours. they call "solutions for the homeless". really? the corporations take 90 percent of the profits. and using loopholes they wrote, they'd take even more. the corporations' own promotional costs, like free bets, taken from the homeless funds. and they'd get a refund on their $100 million license fee, taken from homeless funds, too. these guys didn't write a plan for the homeless. they wrote it for themselves. >> jimmy: music from the b-52's is on the way. you know our next guest as the noted albuquerque attorney kim wexler from six seasons of
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"better call saul" and no seasons of "breaking bad," which does not bode well for her character's future. [ laughter ] >> when i dropped wendy off at the motel, she thought she was being watched by some undercover cops. but then when i drove away, that same car was behind me. right after i spotted them, they disappeared. >> well, you know what they say. the wicked flee when no man pursueth. >> you think we're wicked? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: watch new episodes of the final season mondays on amc and amc plus. please say hello to rhea seehorn. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you? >> what a great audience you have. >> jimmy: were you under the
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impression there would be no audience here tonight? [ laughter ] >> no, but they got up, so sweet. >> jimmy: they got up because everyone loves you. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] and, the audience doesn't know, you directed that scene we just saw. you were the director of the episode. >> i did, i made a directing debut. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: is that something that you'd been wanting to do or something that just occurred to you over the course of the season? >> i've coached actors and i did new play development for a long time in theater. constantly working with writers to develop stuff. and then wanted to see if those things would come together and make it possible to direct. so i directed two shorts. told peter gould and vince gilligan that i wanted to throw my hat in the wing. had amazing mentors. >> jimmy: you studied with them, figured it out, did it. how was when it you finished? is it something you want to do it again? >> i do want to do it again.
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it's scary. it's fun when you're trying to not just freak out. it's one or the other constantly. there's moments -- i remember the first tech scout, going around, that's like in the prep week before you're shooting, you're going around and every department has questions. thousands of questions. like, do you want to use this desk, do you want to use this chair, do you want to face this way, costumes, props. and that first moment when you suddenly have 50, 60 people staring at you. >> jimmy: asking you to answer questions. >> answer questions, to steer this whole ship. >> jimmy: normally you'd be one of those people asking questions. >> 100%, yeah. so that part's a little scary. >> jimmy: it's like the difference between having kids and being a kid. right? [ laughter ] >> i'm not that reckless when i'm a performer, but yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: bob odenkirk was here a couple of weeks ago. we talked about a fw things. number one, we talked about the
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fact that you, bob, and patrick fabian lived together for several seasons of the show. >> yes. >> jimmy: which is -- he said it was great. was it great from your standpoint? >> it's great. for some reason it's weird to a lot of people. >> jimmy: it is weird, yeah. three adults who have jobs living together in a house like that. >> yes, brian and aaron came to visit us, they were like, you guys are living here? like living, living? we're like, yeah. they're like, i don't know if that's the most amazing or the most weird thing i've ever heard in my life. >> jimmy: who got the biggest room in that house? >> i did. >> jimmy: you did, of course, sure. >> because there's one big primary bedroom downstairs with its own bathroom. and then two bedrooms upstairs with a shared bathroom. so i made the boys go upstairs. >> jimmy: bob and patrick are adult men, sharing a bathroom. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> they are. they are. >> jimmy: and then i want to get your version of this story. because bob said that he found a stray dog. >> yeah. >> jimmy: he brought it home, turned out to be pregnant. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: then i'll let you tell what happened. >> i saw bob's segment.
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his version of this story -- >> jimmy: varies? >> yeah. i would say there are some variables there. >> jimmy: okay. >> he told the clean tohajiilee, by the way, we checked with every house on that reservation to take a dog off the property you have to ask and all of that. we did it the right way. bob was texting me pictures of this pregnant, dirty dog. he's like, look, how sad, look. and i said, yeah, i know, but -- what are we going to do? we're shooting every day, sometimes 14 hours a day, how would we be able to handle that? he's like, no, no, no, it's too much trouble, i would never, i won't bring her home, i'm not doing that. okay, great. pictures, pictures, four days in a row, then he arrives with the dog. i knew that was happening. [ laughter ] i knew it. then he says, i took her by the vet and we found out that she's pregnant with two puppies. and the due date is -- it was, like, six weeks from then. and i said, okay, i don't -- we're not even home. what are we going to do?
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he said, no, no, meg gergrich, this wonderful assistant he had, has a dog, is going to handle it. then jan, this woman in transportation, is like a dog doula. [ laughter ] she helps people -- i think it's called something else. she helps birth dogs in some way. the three of them have this big plan about the due date and what they were going to do. bob says, there's only one saturday where we all have to leave down. and i watched them pull out of the driveway and i was like, she's clearly having the babies today. [ laughter ] i look at the dog and the dog is digging a hole in the flower bed and burying herself to here. she had this face and she gave birth within a couple of hours. >> jimmy: so how many puppies? >> eight. [ laughter and applause. >> jimmy: eight puppies. >> eight. so here's the big -- i don't know this, but i'm sure it was a lovely vet. how bad can a sonogram be? >> jimmy: the difference between
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two and eight is six dogs. [ laughter ] yeah, that's a lot. >> they're all gone and she starts giving birth to one. and i was like, holy -- holy crap. i call bob, screaming at him on facetime. he's like, call jan, call meg, calling all these people to come back and help me. in the meantime the dog's giving birth. which they mostly handle on their own. >> jimmy: yeah, right yeah. >> but not entirely. because after like number three the dog was like, i'm done. [ laughter ] just totally wouldn't help at all. and doula jan is on the phone with me. and she's like -- she goes, you can't leave the placenta in there, you have to pull -- the umbilical cord and sac, don't tear it, if you tear it it will get infected -- it was insanity. >> jimmy: you were the hero. >> bob left that out. >> jimmy: yeah, 100%. [ cheers and applause ] i want to ask you quickly a question. i mentioned this in the intro. you know what happens to kim,
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your character. >> i do. >> jimmy: did you know the whole way? what was going to happen? >> no. we were -- we get our scripts one tuesday. you're not told -- every turn that we've seen taken in the show, even knowing if your character is going to continue to be in the show, for those of us not in "breaking bad," you're finding that out a script at a time. >> jimmy: when i say your what happens to kim, you said yes, that means something happens to kim, yes? >> well, she doesn't evaporate. so something -- there is -- there is story that will be told. >> jimmy: okay. [ laughter ] i don't want you to tell me, yet i also want you to tell me. congratulations. the show is one of the great shows. [ cheers and applause ] i don't know what i hope for, but -- >> yeah, what do you hope happens? >> jimmy: maybe kim will get her own spinoff show and we'll go back even farther in time. >> great. >> jimmy: new episodes of
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"better call saul" are mondays on amc and amc plus, the final season. rhea seehorn, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] thank you, rhea. we'll be right back with music from the b-52's. >> lou: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes eq. all electric, all mercedes. >> lou: the "jimmy kimmel live"
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>> lou: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes eq. all electric, all mercedes. >> jimmy: thanks to miles teller and rhea seehorn. apologies to matt damon. "nightline" is next. but first, their farewell tour starts august 22nd in seattle, here with the classic "love shack," the b-52's! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ if you see a faded sign at the side of the road ♪ ♪ that says 15 miles to the love shack love shack, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ i'm headin' down the atlanta highway ♪ ♪ lookin' for the love getaway ♪ ♪ headed for the love getaway ♪
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♪ i got me a car that's as big as a whale ♪ and we're headin' on down to the love shack love getaway ♪ ♪ i got me a chrysler that seats about twenty love getaway ♪ ♪ so hurry up and bring your jukebox money ♪ ♪ the love shack is a little old place where we can get together ♪ ♪ love shack, baby a love shack, baby ♪ ♪ love shack baby, love shack ♪ ♪ love shack baby, love shack ♪ ♪ sign says stay away, fools ♪ ♪ 'cause love rules at the love shack ♪ ♪ well, it's set way back in the middle of a field ♪ ♪ just a funky old shack and i gotta get back ♪ ♪ glitter on the mattress glitter on the hallway ♪ ♪ glitter on the front porch
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glitter on the highway ♪ ♪ the love shack is a little old place where we can get together ♪ ♪ love shack, baby love shack, baby ♪ ♪ love shack that's where it's at ♪ ♪ love shack that's where it's at ♪ ♪ huggin' and a-kissin' dancin' and a-lovin' ♪ ♪ wearin' next to nothin' 'cause it's hot as an oven ♪ ♪ the whole shack shimmies when everybody's movin' around ♪ ♪ and around and around and around ♪ ♪ everybody's movin' everybody's groovin', baby ♪ ♪ folks linin' up outside just to get down ♪ ♪ everybody's movin' everybody's groovin', baby ♪ ♪ funky little shack funky little shack ♪ ♪
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♪ hop in my chrysler it's as big as a whale ♪ ♪ and it's about to set sail, woo ♪ ♪ i got me a car it seats about twenty ♪ ♪ so come on and bring your jukebox money ♪ ♪ the love shack is a little old place where we can get together ♪ ♪ love shack, baby a love shack, baby ♪ ♪ love shack baby, love shack ♪ ♪ love shack baby, love shack ♪ ♪ ♪ bang, bang, bang on the door baby ♪ ♪ knock a little louder, sugar ♪ ♪ bang, bang, bang on the door baby i can't hear you ♪ ♪ bang, bang on the door bang,
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bang ♪ ♪ break your what tin roof, rusted ♪ ♪ love shack baby, love shack ♪ ♪ love shack baby, love shack at the love shack ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> announcer: this is "nightline." tonight, empty shelves. the crippling shortage of baby formula nationwide. >> i check all of them. target, walmart, amazon, gerber. every day. just to see if it is there. but it's not. >> as some anxious parents struggle to find needed nutrition for their newborns. >> i'm living can to can with what we can find. plus, ashley judd's heartbreaking interview as she grapples with her mother's passing. >> when we're talking about mental illness, it's very important to be clear and to make the distinction between our loved one and the disease. >> the country legend leaving a legacy of love. >> i knew there would


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