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>> jimmy: hi, i'm jimmy, and i wanted to speak to you directly without an audience for just a bit before we start the show. because here we are again on another day of mourning in this country. once again we grieve -- for the little boys and girls -- whose lives have been ended and whose families have been destroyed. while our leaders on the right, the americans at congress and at fox news and these other outlets warn us not to politicize this. they immediately criticize our president for even speaking
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about doing something to stop it. because they don't want to speak about it. because they know what they've done. and they know what they haven't done. and they know it's indefensible. so they'd rather sweep this under the rug. you know, most americans support keeping guns out of the hands of criminals and children. the majority of us do, democrats and republicans. and the reason they call them "commonsense gun laws" is because that's what they are. common sense. 89% of americans want background checks before a gun can be purchased, which is just the very least we can do. a bipartisan bill passed in the house and has been stalled in the senate for over a year now. they won't pass it. because our cowardly leaders just aren't listening to us. they're listening to the nra. they're listening to those people who write them checks,
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who keep them in power. because "that's the way politics work." that's the idea we settle on. that's what we tell ourselves. but it doesn't have to be that way. not for this. you know, you can tell thing is are out of whack when the coach of the golden state warriors shows more leadership and passion than almost every republican in congress. and i say this tonight with the hope, not with an expectation, but with the hope that people like ted cruz and greg abbott and john cornyn, people who are elected by texans, will actually listen to it. instead of going right to "gun control laws don't work" and "we need armed teachers and guards." if your solution to children being massacred is armed guards, you haven't been paying attention to what's going on. there was an armed guard in buffalo. there was an armed guard in parkland. there was an armed guard in uvalde. they had armed guards. police officers, armed, on the scene.
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and these murders still happened. and gun control laws do work, by the way. we know this. 26 years ago, scotland had a school shooting that killed 16 kids and a teacher. the government responded by enacting gun control legislation. there hasn't been a school shooting in scotland since then. in 1996 in australia, a mass shooting killed 35 people. they passed gun legislation and they haven't had one since. this is the only country where this keeps happening. firearms are the number one cause of death for american children and teens. number one! senator ted cruz -- i will say is stepping up to comfort the people he serves, the nra. ted is scheduled to speak at an nra event this weekend. and here's the thing. i don't believe ted cruz doesn't care about children, i don't. i refuse to believe that he is unaffected by this. he's a father. i bet he went to bed sick to his stomach last night.
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it's easy to call someone a monster. but he's not a monster, he is a human being. and some people might not like hearing me say that, but it's true. so here's the thing i would say to ted cruz, the human being. and governor abbott and everyone. it's okay to admit you made a mistake. in fact, it's not just okay, it's necessary. to admit you made a mistake. when your mistake is killing the children in your state. it takes a big person to do something like that. it takes a brave person to do something like that. and do i think these men are brave people? no, i don't. i don't. but man, i would love it if they surprised me. i would love it if any of these guys surprised me. i don't know. this is not a time for moments of silence. this is a time to be loud and to stay loud and not stop until we fix this. some people say this is a mental health problem. others say it's a gun problem.
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it is both and it can be both. so let's work on both of those. there have been 27 school shootings so far this year. in this country. and it's may. how does this make sense? to anyone? these are our children. and our representatives are supposed to represent us. we want limits on who can walk around with an ar-15. it damn well shouldn't be a teenager who works at a fast food restaurant. if we can't agree on that, forget it. this is not "their" fault anymore, this is now our fault. because we get angry, we demand action, we don't get it, they wait it out, we go back to the lives we should rightfully be able to go back to. but you know who doesn't forget it? the parents of the children at sandy hook and marjory stoneman
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douglas high school and now robb elementary school. they won't forget it. so if you care about this, and we all do -- it doesn't matter what party we vote for, we all care about this. we need to make sure that we do everything we can -- to make sure that unless they do something drastic, let's make sure that not one of any of these politicians ever holds office again. >> the first law he signed is being called the constitutional carry bill which gets rid of the licensing and training requirement for texans. >> i'm signing seven laws that protect second amendment rights in the lone star state. >> breaking news. an almost unspeakable tragedy. >> at least 18 children and 3 adults killed in the mass shooting. >> outside of robb elementary school this morning, now the
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scene of the nation's second deadliest school shooting. it feels like the saddest place on earth. >> we know from past experience that the most effective tool for keeping kids safe is armed law enforcement on the campus. >> police say ramos, who was wearing body armor, was immediately engaged outside of the building by a school police officer. ramos then shot the officer and made his way inside. >> we support the right of every law-abiding american to be able to have a weapon to defend themselves. that is different from teenagers unlawfully getting access to guns to commit crimes. >> these weapons were purchased legally in the state of texas. >> he purchased two guns on his 18th birthday. >> the shooter, quote, had no problem legally purchasing the assault-style rifles used in the massacre. >> my approach is to have multiple options. the ar-15. >> the texas rampage comes just ten days after another shooting
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massacre at a supermarket in buffalo, new york. >> another mass shooting in america over the weekend, this time at a church in california. >> some people say, i won't support guns. they're dead wrong. pull! >> a shooting happened in downtown milwaukee and left 17 people hurt. >> the deadly sacramento shooting left six dead. >> 13 people are wounded. >> a shooting at a car show in arkansas. >> in the space of just 16 hours on sunday, there were at least three mass shootings. >> twin mass shootings. >> mass shootings in this country, 212 this year. >> we don't have a gun control problem! >> so 1 out of every 10th mass shooting in this country happened in texas. >> texas is now a second amendment sanctuary state. [ cheers and applause ]
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multitude of media you know and love. he returns as captain ed mercer in season three of "the orville: new horizons" one week from thursday on hulu. please say hello to seth macfarlane. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ it's very good to see you, how are you doing tonight? >> good, i'm way too sober. >> jimmy: are you? >> it's time to get moving. >> jimmy: it's not the kind of week you want to be sober for sure. >> no, not at all. not at all. >> jimmy: yes. everything's good with you? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: life is good? >> yeah, yeah. i'm hanging in there. >> jimmy: i heard you had a wardrobe malfunction before you came out here, what happened? >> i did. that's why i was tardy. yeah. i got the pants, not these pants, these other pants they sent -- >> jimmy: they sent you bad pants? >> they sent me bad pants. i looked like henry viii. [ laughter ]
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i looked like a russian ballerina. not the thing you want to see. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: since we're talking about clothes, i want to show something here. you've got a new album coming out. how many albums have you put out of music? >> this is the seventh. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the seventh album. this is "blue skies." you appear to be handing your urine sample to the doctor. [ laughter ] >> i know. when we did that photo shoot, it was -- it seemed like a good idea at the time. [ laughter ] i was having a rough day. i was like, if this scenario were real and i was sitting in an armchair in the sky, i would want to be wasted, i guess, i don't know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: seems like you didn't get into the sky, you wouldn't need a chair in the first place. >> yeah. it does look like i'm there for a diabetes test. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you like taking photographs? do you enjoy the art of being photographed? >> no, i hate it. >> jimmy: no, yeah, i hate it too. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's the worst, right?
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>> i suck at photo shoots. >> it's weird because you're used to being -- kind of making your living or whatever with your mouth. >> yes. >> jimmy: or writing. [ laughter ] you know, you're out in the alley -- [ cheers ] >> that's how i started in the business. [ laughter ] thank god it's not like that so much anymore. >> jimmy: then you have to stand there and smile and it's uncomfortable. >> oh, it's just humiliating. >> jimmy: to make it even more uncomfortable, i've got some photographs i'd like to go through with you here. when was this shot taken? how long ago, do you have any idea? >> looks like maybe eight to ten years ago. >> jimmy: eight to ten years ago. the photographer said, we're going to put you in a tophat, then you're going to be drinking a big gulp at a really, really fancy table. >> i think photo shoots were weirder a decade or two ago. >> jimmy: you're right. >> doing weird stuff. i think the conceit was always like, this guy created "family guy," let's show everyone what a nut he is. [ laughter ]
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he sits in a mansion in a tophat drinking big gulps! he's out of his mind! >> jimmy: then you get to the photo shoot, you kind of go, i don't want to disappoint this person. >> yeah. >> jimmy: also, i don't like this idea. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: so here's another one. >> yeah. >> jimmy: in which you are -- [ laughter ] >> that's right, that's a monster truck. i don't know what i'm trying to do there. >> jimmy: you're trying to mail a letter, it looks like. [ laughter ] >> it looks -- >> jimmy: very uncomfortable. >> it's all uncomfortable. >> jimmy: and we have this one is you with mickey mouse gloves on. [ laughter ] what was the idea? what was the pitch for this? >> i don't know. every one of these shots, like between shots there's just like, i'm the worst person to be around. because i know i'm terrible at it. so i get uncomfortable. >> jimmy: right, yeah, yeah. >> and ornery. >> jimmy: i know exactly what you mean. that's me entirely. and this one is the most confusing of all. because -- so it's you and mila kunis. [ laughter ]
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the slogan which is inexplicable, "it's turf at the top." i don't know what that means. >> no clue. >> jimmy: is it supposed to be a play on "it's tough at the top"? >> i guess turf is grass? the photographer had some issues to work out. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: somebody said, we're going to put you on a little patch of lawn -- >> [ bleep ] with his mother. oh, i can't swear, sorry. >> jimmy: we're going to cover you in some astroturf that in no way matches the actual grass. [ laughter ] yeah, all right. do you have these posted anywhere? are you like donald trump where you have pictures of yourself on magazines all over your home? >> no. >> jimmy: no? >> no. >> jimmy: interesting. >> no, i don't like to be peed on either. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i know you love big band music, standards, crooners of the past. did you like rock music when you were a kid?
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or did you just skip right to mel torme? >> it was mostly -- i was big into, like -- i was a big film score nerd. john williams, gary goldsmith, james horner, i loved those scores. i had a brief period where i would listen to top 40, like the rick astley era. >> jimmy: uh-huh, sure. >> you know, the billy ocean era. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. "get out of my dreams and into my car." >> that's right. [ laughter ] that's a tough opening to that song. it's literally spoken. "hey, you, get into my car." [ laughter ] all right! i don't know what's happening here! >> jimmy: yeah, it's -- the title is very -- it's one of the weirder. >> yeah. >> jimmy: the least commented on songs of the '80s. >> i know. great melody. >> jimmy: get out of my dreams and into my car. >> right, right, right. i don't -- i'm tired of dreaming about you, i want to drive you to work. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i like to imagine that -- >> i want to take you to the
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airport. >> jimmy: i like to imagine billy driving an uber, somebody jumping in the back seat. he pops the cassette in. >> that's another lyric, "get in the back seat, baby." >> jimmy: yeah, you have to have that. >> i'll stay in the front, otherwise -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's another great point. >> someone's got to drive or you'll miss your night. >> jimmy: why is he chauffeuring this woman he's in love with around? >> i don't know. i don't know. >> jimmy: you were into that kind of music, interesting. never had rock bands, a def leppard t-shirt, anything like that. >> i wasn't like -- my dad said to me at one point, and this is unfair because my dad is the most progressive -- i mean, the most progressive -- i mean, the guy was woodstock, he did acid -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, really? >> he said to me at one point, you like a good rock song now and then, right? [ laughter ] i think at the time the subtext was probably, "please be into baseball." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right, yeah, i see
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what you're saying, yeah. yeah, i get it. what was your dad into musically? hendrix? >> no, more like the peter, paul and mary, kind of folksy kind of thing, james taylor. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: we'll take a break. when we come back, a clip from season 3 of "the orville: new horizons." seth macfarlane is here, we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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the middle of the structure. seems to be mostly empty. could be a shuttle bay. >> take us in closer. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is "the orville: new horizons." starring seth macfarlane. this is the third season. how long has it been since the second season? >> i fixed my shirt during the break, i don't know what was going on. >> jimmy: yeah, you look -- >> did i look like travolta before? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we wanted to see a little more of your chest hair. >> get in line! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: when you're on that fake spaceship, and let's be honest, it is a fake spaceship -- >> it is not real, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: what do you feel like? i know and i suspect, anyway, i shouldn't say i know, deep inside you're like, i want to be captain kirk. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'm going to figure this out. >> it's definitely the most fun i've had on a show in all capacities.
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>> jimmy: you get to give commands? >> oh, it's a blast. it's a blast. >> jimmy: yeah. >> the "ted" movies, okay, you're building an apartment. you're building a bar. you're building a restaurant. here you're building a spaceship. it's like every day it's the cool kind of setup. like you're on line at disneyland and they have cool stuff all around you. >> jimmy: did you get more money from hulu or something? why does the show all of a sudden really look like it's in space? [ laughter ] >> yeah, we -- you know, we were on fox before. >> jimmy: uh-huh? >> and, you know, that's -- over. thank the lord. [ laughter ] that relationship is deteriorated. >> jimmy: yes, i believe you took a space laser to it, as i recall. [ laughter ] >> but yeah, no, hulu and disney really believed in the show. they really gave us a shot at doing a big swing here. so each episode is basically a little movie. >> jimmy: is "new horizon" a take on "next generation"? "star trek: next generation"?
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>> it started off as a suggestion from corporate. [ laughter ] "maybe you want to give it a subheading this year. >> jimmy: you have to nowadays. >> indicate to the audience you've taken a step up in production value. >> jimmy: interesting. i guess it makes sense. as much as anything makes sense. you -- i want to ask you about something, a little bit odd. you are mentioned in -- selma blair, the actress, has a book. she's written a story of her life. in the book, do you know about this? >> i do, i do, yes. >> jimmy: okay. in the book she says that one of the things she would do when she intimidated by or some ired or - combination of those things would be to bite them. [ laughter ] >> yes. >> jimmy: and she said she bit you. >> yes. >> jimmy: did she bite you? >> i feel like it's a deposition. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it is, you're under oath. >> i don't recall. [ laughter ] yeah, no -- no, again, we have since had a blast at parties together.
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she's fantastic, i love her. i will tell the story. i was at this club in vegas, seth green had taken me there. introduced me to selma blair, she took my hand. oh, she's going to kiss my hand like a chivalrous person of old. [ laughter ] and she bit my hand. of course, i let out a yelp. because i'm not an alpha male. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she bit it hard? >> she bit it -- yeah, there were teeth marks. and, you know, and she said something to the effect of, "oh, come on, don't be a weenie." and i found out later, i guess that was her way of saying hello. to her credit, this was about, i don't know how many years later, we were both doing "hellboy 2." we were both doing adr at the same time, at the same sound studio. i show up, she's the only other person in the waiting room. this is hazy, so i hope i'm remembering this properly. she's reading a magazine. i sit down, we acknowledge each other. she looks up from her magazine, "sorry i bit you that one time."
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[ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: a werewolf. >> selma, your gift for comic timing makes it all okay. since then we're friends. >> jimmy: the show is "the orville: new horizons." it premieres on hulu one week from thursday. seth mcfarlane, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] thank you, seth. we'll be back with jay ellis! [ sleep app ] and the end. you have now reached the end of the sleep app. you're the first person to actually do that. now i want to say congratulations, but it's also disappointing. what do you mean? that's it? i've got nothing left. hey if i were you, i'd try warm milk. enough out of you! hi! oh go.. is this really helping? good days start with good nights, so you may want to talk to your doctor about both. [ sleep app ] i'm still here. oh boy.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, there, welcome back. music from def leppard is on the way. you know our next guest from five seasons of the hbo show now you can see him in a fighter jet in the highly anticipated "top gun: maverick." it opens in theaters friday. please welcome jay ellis. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: jay, tell me if this is true or not -- >> don't do it. >> jimmy: you also had a problem with your pants? >> i had a problem with my pants. my pants literally just got here, y'all. [ laughter ] in an uber one minute ago. >> jimmy: really? >> yes. i called my nanny, she was at home, watching our daughter, our babysitter. "hey, i'm with jimmy kimmel, my pants, i left them in the room, put them in an uber and send them here." she's like, "what pants?
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how many pants? the gray sweat pants?" "no, i'm wearing a suit, i need the green pants." "okay, but there's an alarm going off, do you need the pants now?" she got them in an uber and they made it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow, that's crazy. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i love the idea of her handing the uber driver your pants. >> the uber driver is like -- what is this? ma'am, there's a child back there putting the house on fire, you should go watch him. >> jimmy: i thought though were back there. [ laughter ] >> they're not, she didn't come with the pants. >> jimmy: we have -- how long have we been -- i feel like every time you've been here, we've talked about "top gun." kind of as if it was just about to come out. but it's been years since we started talking about it. >> years, yeah. >> jimmy: how long ago did you shoot the movie? >> we started in september of 2018. >> jimmy: okay. >> we finished in july of 2019. >> jimmy: okay. >> it's been a run. >> jimmy: and here we are. >> here we are. >> jimmy: you wanted to wait, you wanted it to be in the theaters. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and it needs to be the theaters.
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>> has to be. >> jimmy: should be in the theaters, it's "top gun." has to be in the theater. >> it is so fast. the jets, the speed of it all. imax is the preferred way to see it. >> jimmy: oh, interesting. >> if you're going to see it, yep. tom told me to tell you that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i feel like tom, if he came across somebody watching on iphone, he'd punch them right in the face. [ laughter ] >> then throw their phone in the ocean, literally, at the same time. >> jimmy: then dive in and save it. but you had -- the premiere was in london. >> we had a premiere in london. >> jimmy: interesting, because it's such an american movie. it's about the navy, right? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: to have it in london seems odd. but it wasn't just a premiere in london, it was a royal premiere. >> the royals were there. >> jimmy: when means the queen showed up? >> we didn't get the queen, she did not show up, she's a little busy. >> jimmy: i think the queen's under the weather, yeah. >> she didn't want to come out for this one. but it was crazy. we got to meet prince william and kate. >> jimmy: they came to it? >> they came to it. and we did this -- like a lineup
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where one by one, they come, they introduce you. there's a big f-14 behind us. they shut down leicester square, which had, i mean, 2,600, 3,000 people, something like that. and tom and jerry bruckheimer one by one introduced prince william and kate to us. >> jimmy: oh, really? okay, wow. >> most amazing thing. we're all freaked out. there's royal protocol. >> jimmy: right. >> everyone heard something different. bow, don't bow. shake their hand, don't shake their hand. don't look them in the eye, don't ask any questions, you let them speak first. literally -- >> jimmy: did they tell you as a group how you were supposed to handle this? >> no. one person got a text, another person read it in an email, another person was playing "telephone" and like -- "no, i heard you're supposed to nod, look down, look up, turn right." [ laughter ] what? what kind of greeting is that? so literally one by one they go down, and tom is standing like directly behind them in your eye line, like a dad, just waiting for you. he knows you're going to say something to embarrass him. he's like --
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[ laughter ] so tarzan, gray davis who plays coyote, goes first. tarzan is from new orleans, he loves his te. >> jimmy: he's like, i'm tarzan! >> "i'm tarzan." prince william and kate, they're like, "tarzan, okay." he has this thick accent. "i'm from new orleans, y'all ever been to new orleans?" no, we haven't. "been to mardi gras?" we haven't been to new orleans, so no. we haven't been to matureddy graw. danny next, danny ramirez. danny completely freezes. i don't know if i'm supposed to look at them, look down, shake their hand. i'm just going to stand here. [ laughter ] yes, i love being in the movie, thank you very much. they get to me. prince william, he starts -- i'm like, "you were in the royal air force, right?" he starts naming -- he was a helo guy, flew helicopters, starts naming all these helicopters he flew. the a-this, the 220-that, the
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670-this. i'm like, "oh, yeah, yeah, yeah." he's like, "you know it?" "no, man, i don't know anything." [ laughter ] "you're a prince, what am i supposed to say? i didn't want to look crazy in front of you." >> jimmy: did tom like that? >> tom laughs but he's moved down the line. he's looking at all of us. gets to the end of the line. miles teller, who is the coolest of all of us, he plays rooster in the movie. sitting there, prince william walks up to him, miles goes, "your eyes are so blue." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> "they're like an ocean." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: prince william is like -- thank you? i mean, what else do you say to that? those are the only words he got to speak to prince william. >> jimmy: like an ocean? >> like an ocean, that was it. >> jimmy: i didn't know he was so poetic, i had no idea. >> i didn't either. >> jimmy: you did that. then everybody watched the movie. they stayed and watched the movie? >> stayed and watched the movie with us. they sat a few seats down from
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us. fully leaned in. you could see a little -- tears at a few points in the movie. >> jimmy: really? >> completely leaned in, it was amazing. >> jimmy: who was crying, william or kate? >> both of them. >> jimmy: both crying? >> i think it was because tom was squeezing their hands. [ laughter ] he has superhuman strength! i mean, he really has superhuman strength. >> jimmy: did you guys have to do some kind of -- i'm wondering why you had to do this. swim training? >> yeah. >> jimmy: to be fighter pilots? >> yeah. >> jimmy: why would you have to swim? >> in the navy, there is a chance that you may eject over water. >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> in an emergency situation. >> jimmy: but not in a movie about the navy there isn't, right? >> not in the movie, thank god. actually. so in order to fly in the back of the f-18s, we had to take this swim test. we trained with the u.s. open water olympic swim coach, dave kelsheimer, shout-out to him, love dave. but dave forgot we were actors. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i see. >> 40 pounds of gear on in a pool.
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and dave is line, "no, do it again, go, faster, your time is way too short, do it again, if the plane goes down you have 10 seconds." who knows that math? where did you come up with this time? have you ever gone down on a plane, dave? you train olympians. >> jimmy: you swim in a perfectly measured rectangle pool, yeah. >> we end up going to do this test. they really didn't tell us about the swim test until two months after we signed on to do the movie. after they'd told us we were flying. we're like, y'all are crazy, you're not going to put actors in a plane. then tom figured out how to do it. [ laughter ] so a little bit later they're like, in order to do it, you've got to take this swim test. we get to the swim test. it's an eight-hour day, a couple of hours of classroom, a couple of hours in the pool. the very end of this thing is a helo dunker, basically the shell of a helicopter. they take it, they drop it into a pool, 20 feet deep, it rotates upside down, you're buckled in, goggles on, you have to do it five times. three times clear vision. two times night vision. so it's completely blacked out. >> jimmy: oh, boy. oh, this sounds like a
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nightmare. >> absolute nightmare. we trauma bonded, actually. [ laughter ] we all became so close after this. you're literally looking at people who are like -- [ laughter ] you can't tell if they're trying or it's pool water rolling down their eyes. everyone is so shook, it's definitely tears. >> jimmy: wow. did tom do this with you? >> so tom does it -- tom tells us the week before, "oh, you guys are going to be fine, you guys are going to be great, i did it, i did it no problem." we go, we do the test. the week after we see him at work. "how did it go, how dio niir, at happened, whatid" and we all tell him -- everyone is like, we really buried this thing way back here, tom, we never want to talk about it again. he's like, "i don't see what the problem is." we're like, "tom. it was a crazy test." he's like, "i just held my breath the whole time." hold on, man. [ laughter ] hold on. you held your breath the whole time? "i can hold my breath for 8 minutes 45 seconds." [ laughter ] "i learned how to do it on "mission: impossible."
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there's a sequence we have that's completely underwater so i trained my body." >> jimmy: what? [ laughter ] >> of course the swim test was easy, you held your breath through the whole thing. >> jimmy: like a sea otter of some kind, unbelievable. >> he's literally the ocean's best mammal and doesn't even know it. [ laughter ] his next movie's going to be under the water. >> jimmy: he survives on plankton alone, it's incredible. it's great to see you and the movie is a lot of fun. [ cheers and applause ] everyone's going to go see it. it's called "top gun: maverick." it opens in theaters friday. jay ellis, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] be back with def leppard! kimmel live" --ek on "jimmy -
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the miz, with music from e and - sebastian yatra. "nightline" is next, but first, you can see them on the stadium tour this summer. back with the classic hit, "rock of ages," they're still rolling. def leppard! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> we got something to say! ♪ it's better to burn out, yeah, than fade away! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ we gonna start a fire ♪ ♪ rise up gather round ♪ ♪ rock this place to the ground ♪
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this is "nightline." >> tonight, we're here in uvalde, texas, learning more about the young lives lost. >> i'm eternally grateful, i'm glad that god put me in her life and her in mine. >> chilling new details of the school shooting and the alleged gunman emerge. >> he had scars on his face, and he straight-out told them, you know, with a smile, "i did it myself because i like how it looks." >> how a community is coming together. >> all texans must come together and support the families who have been affected by this horrific tragedy. plus as the country grapples with another mass shooting, calls for gun control growing louder. >> i'm sorry, i'm tired of the mome

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