tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC June 23, 2022 11:35pm-12:37am PDT
have a great night, everyone. see you in the morning. ♪ >> lou: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live." with guest host sean hayes! tonight -- joe manganiello, aisling bea, and music from eddie benjamin featuring alessia cara. with cleto and the cletones. and now, sean hayes! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: whoo, whoo, whoo! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: thank you, thank you,
thank you, thank you, thank you. oh my god. i haven't worked out that much in so long. [ laughter ] welcome to "jimmy kimmel live." i'm your guest host, sean hayes. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for joining us on the first day of summer, which is wild. this is the day when both the sun and jimmy kimmel are said to be at their highest. [ laughter ] today is also known as the summer solstice, which is the longest day of the year, which is funny. because i thought the longest day of the year was the time i saw steven seagal do shakespeare in the park. [ laughter ] and it was hot. out of all the days in the year, this is the one where we get the most sunlight. if you were still sad today, i hate to break to it you but your seasonal depression is just regular depression. [ laughter ] there's no official definition for when summer begins or it ends, just like a white woman's birthday. [ laughter ]
it's true. those are so long. today also happens to be national selfie day. which was a rare chance for everyone on social media to focus on themselves for a change. [ laughter ] guillermo, do you know who invented the selfie? >> guillermo: kim kardashian? [ laughter ] >> sean: no. that's not correct. >> guillermo: no? >> sean: and you always sit on the stool, do you ever stand? >> guillermo: oh, i do sometimes but i'm tired right now. [ laughter ] >> sean: yeah, we probably can't tell the difference, right? [ laughter ] there's actually -- that was a joke, it was just a joke. look it, you're shorter, i'm gayer. [ laughter ] we can do this. >> guillermo: i love you. >> sean: i love you too. but not too much. [ laughter ] there's a lot of debate about this. paris hilton once claimed that she and britney spears invented it back in 2006. right there, yeah. which, yes, that is pretty iconic. but i did some research and it turns out selfie was invented in
2003 by an even bigger pop culture icon. >> good evening, barry. [ cheers. ] [ cheers and applause ] if it goes well, i'll sign it. >> sean: for all you millennials, that's a polaroid camera. [ laughter ] from a period in history when you needed two different devices to take photos and watch pornography. [ laughter ] so yes, i invented the selfie, making me the worst man on the planet. actually, i know i'm not the worst man on the planet because i just watched the january 6th hearings today. here's my big takeaway. the person with the biggest balls in the republican party? liz cheney. [ cheers and applause ] we found out today that when rudy giuliani pressed arizona lawmakers to overturn the results, he said, "we've got
lots of theories, we just don't have the evidence." [ laughter ] yeah. as long as we're presenting theories without evidence, i have a theory about rudy giuliani that the reason he smokes cigars is because he's trying to break his habit of chewing on dildos. [ laughter and applause ] i don't have any evidence. the next hearing is thursday. by the way, i love how they're releasing these one episode at a time, like a disney plus series. [ laughter ] can't wait for the part where they subpoena baby yoda. [ laughter ] look there, he's pleading the sith. [ laughter ] that's for us. >> guillermo: yeah. >> sean: that's for us "star wars" nerds. white most networks have been showing the hearings live, the ultra-conservative outlets like one american news are counter-programming. this is hard-hitting journalism they're earring on oam this
week. >> there was a very explicit drag show which parents brought their children to. you weren't even allowed to go in but 6, 7, 8-year-olds were allowed to go in. >> one of the worst parts of the drag your kids to pride, it's the sexual implantation of children who might be a heterosexual, but you talk a transgender person with a thong on and fake breasts, you might be attracted to them naturally, organically, later on you find out that was a man. >> very disturbing stuff and we need people like you to keep going to those events. [ laughter and applause ] >> sean: okay, but only for research purposes. [ laughter ] not because i'm secretly attracted to their thongs and fake breasts, just naturally, organically. by the way, what's the deal with men kissing other men? i'll find out tonight at 11:00. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
i'd like to wish a happy beyonce day to everyone. [ cheers ] yes. you may or may not know, beyonce released her new single at monday night. if anyone was woken up by what sounds like the ecstatic scream of ten million gay men, we're very sorry. i listened to it on youtube and it was so good, i completely blacked out and threw my wallet at the computer. [ laughter ] also, from now on, whenever we learn some interesting new piece of information, instead of "you don't say," we should always run with "beyonce." [ laughter ] gas prices still on the rise. at this point the only affordable place to get gas is chipotle. [ rim shot ] [ cheers and applause ] baby's first rim shot. [ laughter ] and it's not just american drivers who are hurting.
cars are suffering too. you know kit from "knight rider." he's now working as a phone sex operating just to pay the bills. [ laughter ] beyonce. luckily, i don't use gas anymore because i get around town by making my assistant give me piggy back rides. for those who don't have people to carry you around, president biden is working on a plan that could involve sending out gas rebate cards. some government officials are concerned that people who get these rebate cards might use them to buy something other than gas. like -- dun dun! food. [ laughter and applause ] the biden administration's been taking a lot of heat over the rising gas prices. so much so the president put out a lengthy statement. >> i'm joe biden and i approve this message. listen up, kemo sabe. fuel prices are soaring. if you can believe it, a lot of
folks are blaming me, your old pal joe. if you think gas is expensive, check this out, jack, i took my granddaughter to the zoo and it cost me $9. on a tuesday. highway robbery. no, thank you. we just wave at the giraffe from the car. that's fun on a budget. butterscotches are 50 cents apiece these days. holy cats. and look at this. plums are $2.99 a pound. my buddy and i would down a 30 plums apiece and think nothing of it. those were the good days. he's gay now. neat, huh? anyway -- what was i talking about? oh, yeah. get your pets spayed and neutered. those little guys get frisky this time of year. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: yeah. okay. enough of this, it's time to play one of the show's favorite games, "who's high?" [ cheers and applause ] our announcer lou is in front of our theater on hollywood
boulevard. hi, lou. >> lou: hi, sean. >> sean: here's the way we play the game. lou is going to bring over three pedestrians. one of them is high, the other two are not. i have to figure out which one of them is baked. let's say high to some possibly high people. hello, john. [ laughter ] >> hello. >> sean: how are you? >> i'm well, thank you. >> sean: are you nervous? >> not really. >> sean: oh, okay. where are you from? >> sacramento originally, but hollywood. >> sean: okay. okay, let's -- wow. let's jump to the next one. [ laughter ] let's see who this is. samantha, hello. >> hello, how are you? >> sean: i'm good, where are you from? >> indiana. but i just moved here. >> sean: how long have you been here, can you tell us? >> yeah, three weeks. >> sean: uh-huh. >> very new. >> sean: and can you do the quick math and tell us how many days that is? >> 21. >> sean: oh, nice. let's move. it's definitely not her. next person. [ laughter ] dominic. hello, dom. where are you from? >> i'm from new hyde park, new york. >> sean: what do you do for a living?
>> i own a business that sells parts to the government. >> sean: that sells what to the government? >> parts, military parts. >> sean: i thought you said porn, okay. [ laughter ] >> no, it's not that profitable. [ laughter ] >> sean: that would be a different job indeed. gosh, everybody's pretty alert. i'm going to with hold calling john out right away as the winner. [ laughter ] but let's go in real close to john's eyes. just to see what's going on with his eyes. okay. go in there just a little. [ laughter ] go in on the right eye, just the right eye. can you go any closer than that? no. [ laughter ] trying to look inside the brain, see if any cells are -- okay. santh that let's look at your eyes right there. oh. oh my god. well, it's official. i'm lost in these now. look at that. making me feel a little high.
all right, good. very confident eyes. dom, let's go into your eyes if i can get past the -- there it is. [ laughter ] uh-huh, real good. oh, yeah. you're pretty alert. do you have seasonal allergies? >> no, none. >> sean: none, okay. all right, i'm going to ask some general questions. john, besides candy or fiber, have you eaten any gummys today? >> yes, actually, i just did. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> sean: i'm going way out on a limb. [ laughter ] i'm going to say it's john. >> yeah. >> sean: oh, wow, amazing. [ cheers and applause ] >> lou: for our contestants we've got some top ramen, beef flavor. >> sean: we've got ramen for everybody, congratulations. thanks for playing. what a quick game of "who's high." >> thank you very much. >> sean: there's no mystery to john at all. [ laughter ] it's unbelievable. we have time for another one, right?
let's do one more. let's bring in the next group. [ cheers and applause ] oh, look it, everybody looks very together. okay, let's look at the first fine, delicious girl here, what's your name? >> hi, i'm amy. >> sean: hi, amy. so cute. all right. [ laughter ] where are you from? >> vancouver in canada. >> sean: let's go on to the next. let's see who's there. joshua. >> what's going on, what's going on? >> sean: how are you, josh, good? >> doing pretty good, doing pretty good. >> sean: what's the t-shirt say there? >> it's quavo. >> sean: oh, okay, wow. [ laughter ] hey, what's the second to last digit in your phone number, josh? >> 6. >> sean: oh, wow. i don't know if that's true. [ laughter ] let's go to the next one. who's this guy? >> hey, i'm benjamin. >> sean: hey, you go by ben, benjamin, benji? >> benji sounds good today, yeah. [ laughter ] >> sean: is it hot out there? i see the sun baking everybody's face. >> it's toasty, yeah. >> sean: it's toasty.
i'm nice and cool in here. >> ooh. >> sean: so what's 7 times 8? >> uh -- 56? >> sean: wow, that is correct. wow. let's go into amy's eyes. "high," amy. >> hi. >> sean: look at your beautiful eyes. >> thank you. >> sean: you seem too together. let's go on to josh's eyes. what is he -- uh-huh? [ laughter ] he looks like he's going to get called out. josh, what's my first and last name? exactly. [ laughter ] let's go to benjamin. let's go to benjamin. benjamin -- oh, benji's giggly today. oh! look, his eyes are so clear. i'm looking mostly at those eyes but i also was looking for dorito crumbs somewhere. let me just ask amy a question. if you were on death row, what would your last meal be? >> steak.
and lobster. >> sean: wow. okay, that's not very munchie-munchie. [ laughter ] let's see. let me ask another question for josh, he seems suspicious. what's the last thing you ate today? >> i had a turkey and cheese croissant. >> sean: oh. [ laughter ] very refined. very refined. [ applause ] wow. can you speak french? or is the croissant the beginning and the end of it? >> oui. >> sean: oh, wow! [ applause ] okay. benjamin. ready? >> ready. >> sean: quick, quick, quick, what's today's date? >> uh -- june -- 22nd -- 2022. >> sean: that is wrong. [ laughter ] you got the year right and the month right. but it's the 21st. that's okay. don't feel bad, it's hot. >> it's my dad's birthday. [ laughter ] >> sean: he's going to be so
proud. especially because the shorts are so short, too. [ laughter ] so let's look -- okay. so i'm going to guess. oh, gosh. i'm going to say, only because it doesn't seem like it, amy. are you high? >> no. >> sean: oh, all right. that's okay. well, that makes one of us. [ laughter ] josh just seems a little nervous. i'm going to go with joshua, are you high? >> very. [ laughers and applause ] >> lou: we've got a bunch of bubble wrap! >> sean: whoo, bubble wrap, everybody! yes! [ applause ] that was fun. thanks to all our participants. we've got a good show for you tonight. from "this way up," aisling bea is here. we have music from eddie benjamin featuring alessia cara. and we'll be right back with joe manganiello. cheer here ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ dry skin is sensitive skin, too.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> sean welcome back to "jimmy kimmel live!" i'm sean hayes. tonight, from the show, "this way up" on hulu, aisling bea is with us. [ cheers and applause ] yes. then later, he's an australian singer-songwriter who has written for folks like shawn mendes and meghan trainor. his song is called "only you." eddie benjamin from the mercedes eq stage. [ cheers and applause ] eddie will be joined by alessia cara too, so stick around for that. tomorrow night, i'll be back with my guests tessa thompson and patrick schwarzenegger. and music from kevin morby. our first guest is a fine actor with a diverse resume. you know him from projects like "true blood," two "magic mike" movies, and "pee wee's big holiday." now you can see him co-star in the lunar-based science fiction series "moonhaven," it premieres july 7th on amc plus. please welcome joe manganiello. [ cheers and applause ]
♪ >> sean: you are a tall glass of water. [ laughter ] aren't you? i've never met you. >> i'm like normal height. my kid brother is 6'7". >> sean: no, is that true? >> i'm the runt. >> sean: oh my god. runt you are not. high school, i want to talk to you about high school. because i live for old theater stories like high school, early starting, right? where did you go, how was high school? >> i guess you would consider me the billy elliot of my high school. >> sean: oh, really? >> yes, so high school, i was -- >> sean: you're a boxer as well? the family boxer? >> wish i was. i trained as a boxer for a while. >> sean: did you really? >> yeah, yeah. my trainer wanted me to fight fights. and i'm like, i might need my face somewhere down the line, let's table this. i had a lot of moving parts in high school. i was a three-sport captain. >> sean: uh-huh?
>> and i made my own movies. right? so -- >> sean: in high school you made your own movies? wait, were you one of those jocks that joined the theater program? >> theater was a little too daunting for me. >> sean: sure. >> i made my own movies with my friends. i would sleep with a pad and pen next to my bed, i'd write and direct all these movies, produce them, write parts for my friends. what that led to is my friends saying, you should try acting. you should try this. i'm going, i don't know, i'm not going to sit at their table at lunch. [ laughter ] >> sean: right, no. people like me are, i wish you'd sit at my table, i'd give anything. [ laughter and applause ] i always saved a seat for you. >> we wound up sitting together for the rest of our lives is what happened. >> sean: that's it. >> what happened was i took freshman-level acting classes as a senior. a jock with a letterman jacket, a little freshman, what's he doing here? the teacher said, "what are you doing here? you want an easy "a"?
trying to get out of taking a stuffer class?" i said, "no, i think i can do this." she begged me to try out for the high school musical. >> sean: which was? >> "oklahoma." [ laughter ] >> i said, i have to sing and dance? she said, sing "happy birthday." >> sean: who did you play in "oklahoma"? >> we're giving away the ending. >> sean: well, go. you got cast. >> i went in and auditioned, but the problem was i was walking in the hall and itwas the day they announced the castings. and everyone was coming up to me, "congratulations, congratulations." and i'd forgotten. congratulations on what? "you're one of the leads in the musical." and i went, oh, no. you know. >> sean: this from "happy birthday"? >> "happy birthday" and doing some acting. and i was a four-year starter in volleyball. freshman, sophomore, i made the junior olympic team, i was the captain. >> sean: me too, that's crazy. [ laughter ] >> literally? >> sean: yeah, i just hit the [ bleep ]. >> i had to make the decision to not show up, which i did. >> sean: to volleyball? or to theater?
>> all the coaches pulled me aside and were like, you're making a huge mistake with your life. because i was abandoning sports. i was set up to play college basketball and i was going to go into federal law enforcement, that was the plan. >> sean: wow. it's like i'm talking to a mirror. [ laughter ] >> so i get cast in "oklahoma." i decide to do it. while i'm doing "oklahoma," and i think this is what you wanted to talk about. prom comes along. >> sean: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> i had had a horrible experience at homecoming. then i got asked to sadie hawkins, had a really bad time at sadie hawkins. prom rolled around and i was like, i'm not spending 500 bucks to have another horrible time, i'm going to get out of high school, i'm going to move on, i'm getting out of here, never going to see you all again, the whole thing. start rehearsing "oklahoma." i start getting along with the school's van damme actress. she was in the play.
it was the '90s, she had the uma thurman "pulp fiction" vibe. >> sean: sure, watch your back, yeah. >> we started dating. everybody had asked for their prom dates months before. >> sean: right. everybody was hitched. >> yeah, everybody was hitched. she was going with this guy, i don't know, i knew he was harmless. [ laughter ] "it's okay if you go with him, it's all right." she went to prom. and i drove down to pittsburgh's south side, there's this great independent theater called the rex theater. they had the director's cut of "blade runner." >> sean: uh-huh? >> i went to see "blade runner" by myself. >> sean: wow. on prom night? >> yeah, everybody's at prom, i'm at "blade runner." >> sean: eating popcorn. couldn't make any sense of that, so you saw a movie that didn't make any sense. i love "blade runner." i love it. wait. you made your own movies. i used to make my own movies in high school. i think we have a clip of me making my own movie based on "super dave."
>> seth! >> i'll land on my feet. i'm really good at this. >> are you sure? >> yeah. i'll step off. [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: yeah. it was edited by a blind person. [ laughter ] >> i love the cowboy switch. >> sean: that's what i'm saying, very high-tech. remember those big honking cameras? that's what we were making them with. by the way -- the gayest kid on the planet. [ laughter ] tell me, you worked with your wife, sofia vergara, on what? >> we've done kind of different series of commercials where we kind of play a sitcom version of ourselves. we made a movie called "bottom of the ninth" years ago that i produced. it was a script, it was taking me years to find the financing. she was having trouble finding a script that she wanted to do. and i just said, "look, here's a script, there's a part in it that would be great for you, i'm going to leave it by the side of the bed, read it."
she read it, she came and she had tears in her eyes. >> sean: aww. >> really felt it. it was a lot of heart. we shot that in the bronx. >> sean: that's amazing. >> "summertime in the bronx." >> sean: isn't that nice? how is it to work with your spouse? >> it was great. we travel so much, that's a hard part about this job, it takes you away from each other. >> sean: i know. >> you want to be with each other so much, you want to be with each other all day long, but you have to work. >> sean: absence makes the heart grow -- >> well, it just makes it tough. because you start falling into your old ways. [ laughter ] >> sean: i was sending you off. >> she's like, "why are the coffee cups there?" you have to remember how to be in a relationship again. >> sean: i did a movie with sofia called "the three stooges" back in 2010. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah, there we go. >> sean: and we were all in the -- my god, thank you. [ laughter ] we were all in the -- like a pond or like a lake or something. it was filled with bugs everywhere. we're all sitting there in the water. she was clinging to me -- i love your wife, by the way, i love her.
this is a bad sofia impression. she literally said to me, "the water's too wet." [ laughter ] and i was like, that's what water is! >> yeah. >> sean: it was amazing. but wait. i really want to talk to you about the new show you have on amc plus, which is, i'm so obsessed, i watched the pilot last night, it's everything i'm for. we're going to have more with joe manganiello after this, i can't wait. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ do good. eat good. that's our mission. we chose our spark cash plus card from capital one because it gives us unlimited two percent cash back on everything we buy. and it has no preset spending limit so our purchasing power adapts to our business needs. we use our two percent cash back to help cover our employees' healthcare costs. that's how we take care of our most valuable asset... our people. it may sound cheesy... but we like it that way! what's in your wallet? ♪♪ (♪ ♪)
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so i'm obsessed with this show. i'm obsessed with the show "moonhaven." tell us about it. you play this interplanetary security guard or something like that, right? the idea is so incredible. even in the pilot -- sorry, then i'll let you talk. [ laughter ] but even in the pilot i'm like, this show takes place on the moon, but the opening scenes are like grass and trees and parks. and you're like, i don't understand. then it pans up and you see earth in the distance. colonized the moon. it's such a great idea. >> yeah, a great idea, peter rocco, our show runner. a dystopian future about 180 years in the future, we have to figure out how to colonize somewhere else. >> sean: 100 years, you're like, something we should do next week. >> yeah, we should get on it. what they decide to do is this experiment where they kind of create this utopia in which, like for example, you give birth
to a child, you hand that child off to be raised by another family. like a kibbutz. that's supposed to end tribalism, racism, war, fighting. what happens is, earth is fighting tooth and nail over every single resource. there's a huge war in china. my character is a soldier who fights two tours in china. it's very bloody, very traumatic. >> sean: the fight at the end of the pilot is incredible. >> yeah, there's that, yeah. the earthers wind up on the moon, there winds up being this murder. the mooners are ill equipped to deal with the murder. >> sean: right. >> it all unravels. >> sean: i love it. such a great idea. where do you shoot it? on location? >> ireland. [ laughter ] >> sean: not on the moon? so wait, this is a picture of you and sofia. >> that's our album cover. it drops on tuesday. [ laughter ] i say "everything but the dog." >> this is the blarney castle,
the blarney stone at the top. i took the dog up to see the blarney stone. >> sean: really? is there something about a castle that was haunted or something? is this the castle? >> right before i got the job, i did a 23 and me. and something odd -- >> sean: you know kevin nealon? >> sure. >> sean: he goes, "i thought it was a dating site." [ laughter ] anyway, go ahead. >> could be if you're into figuring out who a cousin far enough away to date is, yeah. 23 and me. and it comes up 20% irish for me. i'm not irish. i've never been irish. >> sean: you look dark irish. >> now you say it, but nobody my whole life, especially with my last name and all the other things going on in my complicated genealogy. 20% irish? so i tested my mother, no irish. there's a show called "finding your roots" on pbs. >> sean: yes. love it. >> i begged them for about ten years to take me on and they wouldn't because i have armenian bloodline and they really can't connect those dots. well, the technology got to the place where they felt like they
could maybe do it. >> sean: right. >> so they spent ten months of last year diagnosing me, and they found out where the 20% irish came from. and it unlocked this huge family scandal that everyone went to the grave with that i can't give away because they're going to give it away on the episode. >> sean: when does it air? >> it changed everything. >> sean: when does it air? >> january. >> sean: next january? >> because -- >> sean: i have to wait. >> i wound up going to work and found historians and hired them myself and took my bloodline way back. i took it to my 11th grade grandparents in germany, i have ancestors who fought against napoleon, it's crazy. >> sean: for your next role, write this script, this is amazing. [ laughter ] seriously. that's a crazy story. you know what else is a great show? besides that one? is "moonhaven." [ cheers and applause ] thanks for that. we'll be back with aisling bea. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ youtube tv is more than cable for less than cable. more huge moments in the playoffs.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> sean: welcome back. our next guest is a very funny person from ireland who has come all the way over here to entertain us and to witness firsthand our astounding gasoline prices. her critically acclaimed show on hulu is called, "this way up." ♪ >> got something to that. >> i know. ♪ oh ireland oh ireland you've taken away ♪ ♪ the pain and the freedom of ♪ >> stop, you're putting me off. >> sorry. >> you put me off. [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: please welcome aisling bea. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> sean: what if i didn't address it? >> you have noticed, then? >> sean: did you think this was going to be over zoom? [ laughter ] >> no, i wasn't sure if you'd noticed but now i guess we have to address it. >> sean: what's going on? >> they lost my luggage on the way here. >> sean: you're joking? >> from london. i went from london, they canceled my flight, put me on a flight to chicago, chicago, here, the bags are gone. >> sean: what? >> wait, that's my top? do you have my luggage? [ laughter ] no, they -- and i was just -- i've been traveling for 22 hours. luckily the hotel had this free dress. [ laughter ] just lying in the bathroom. [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: it's cinched so perfectly. >> yeah, it is. quite nice.
>> sean: what about the shoes? the shoes match. >> i wasn't sure whether to go white with white. i'm not getting married. [ laughter ] big deal, jimmy kimmel. they bring out the whites of my eyes. [ laughter ] >> sean: wait, you don't have your luggage? >> i really don't have my luggage. >> sean: if the person who has your bag is watching, what would you like to tell them? >> where's the camera? >> sean: it's right there. this one. >> please, please, just bring her home to me. [ laughter ] we miss you, we love you. don't look in the back pocket. [ laughter ] we want you to come home. >> sean: well, i'm so -- yes. [ applause ] we'll put an 800 number on the bottom. >> please. yes. >> sean: wait a minute, so is this -- do you go to the u.s. frequently? do you like traveling the u.s.? other than this experience. >> never again after this! i feel like a fool. no, i do, i travel around a lot. i am going to kansas for the first time at this weekend.
a child actor, paul rudd, is having a charity event there. [ laughter ] >> sean: right, you did a show with him. >> yes, "living with yourself." on netflix. good plug by me, very seamless, hardly noticed it. [ cheers ] a charity in kansas called -- no, not in kansas, in missouri. >> sean: wait -- was it kansas city? >> kansas city, as i found out online, and people are very chilled out about telling me, ha ha, that's a big joke. [ laughter ] kansas city is in missouri. kansas city is also in kansas. but this kansas city is in -- i'm going to kansas city in missouri. >> sean: whatever state. >> whatever state. >> sean: missouri, got it. >> whatever state i'm in. [ laughter ] it is -- thank you. >> sean: wait. by the way -- didn't know either. >> did you not? >> sean: and i live here. i did but i forget, you know what i mean. >> they have a rhyme for the states.
don't they? ♪ oh kansas is around the bend da da da new york ♪ >> sean: we can sing it sometime together, go to a bar, make it up. ♪ and then comes mississippi and texas is my girl yeah ♪ >> sean: wait a minute, so tell me about the show. i'm obsessed with the show, i'm obsessed with you, i'm obsessed with everybody in it, such a great show. it's so funny. what you do so great in it is you play the comedy and the drama seamlessly. my heart broke for you. one scene in the first episode, you're picking out dresses or something, and your sister leaves and you break down and cry. i almost started breaking down and crying. >> i don't want to do that to you, sean. >> sean: too late. [ laughter ] >> i don't like making men cry. that's my second lie of the show. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> sean: well, it's called "this way up." >> yes. >> sean: how did you think of the title? tell me what it's about.
>> i wanted to sort of make was, real talk now, a comedy about not someone falling apart, but putting yourself back together and the daily hardship of that. for most people it's not a big dramatic thing, it's small in small ways, and you will get through it. it was originally called "happy." and there was another netflix show called "happy." i was like, goddamn! >> sean: and "depressed" is probably taken too. >> it really was, by everybody. [ laughter ] the kids are really into it now. >> sean: trending. >> it's trending on twitter. and i had to spend christmas in new york on my own, like macaulay culkin. [ laughter ] >> sean: what? >> oh -- also i'm in the new "home alone." >> sean: that's right. >> please do not clap my work. we don't have the time. [ laughter ] but so -- yes, i was in new york alone. i had to rewrite bits of the show before we started filming and i was still on the show with paul. and i was really sad, i was spending christmas on my own in new york.
and my friend kitty sent me a box of love. and i went down to pick up some box. and it said "this way up" on it. and i thought the metaphor was quite nice. you have to put a label on something to show there's something fragile inside to know how to handle it. also there's "up" in the title. there's something positive within the title. >> sean: i love it. >> inside the box she put loads are things that are meaningful to me, like confetti penises and stuff like that. [ laughter ] >> sean: sure, sure. i would kill for that gift as well. >> yeah. >> sean: but listen, i just adore you. please watch the show. it's called "this way up." thanks, aisling. >> on hulu. >> sean: please watch, it's great. we'll be right back with music from eddie benjamin featuring alessia cara. yep ♪ >> lou: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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"nightline" is next, but first, here with the song "only you" with some help from alessia cara, eddie benjamin! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ i left town and how i should say i'm not just here for love here to stay ♪ ♪ and i've been waiting for you all day your presence is a gift i must say that ♪ ♪ you open my eyes swear there's nothin' like ya ♪ ♪ may argue at times i'm toxic i like ♪ ♪ no need to disguise your feelings are mine too the rumors are lies just not to misguide you ♪ ♪ slowly chasin' fallin' into
your dreams slowly chasin' fallin' into your dreams ♪ ♪ it's only you uh it's always you oh uh ♪ ♪ it's only you it's only you it's always you ♪ ♪ i give you my heart right out of my chest ♪ ♪ cause you give me the pep in my step and i know i'm a ♪ ♪ but you tie my loose ends together like it's easy better get used to me cause i'm never leaving ♪ ♪ you open my mind swear there's something about you ♪ ♪ you color my sky 100 shades of light blue ♪ ♪ no words that i write could ever describe you the way we align boy let me remind you ♪ ♪ slowly chasing falling into your dreams slowly chasing
this is "nightline." >> tonight, breaking news. >> the motion to concur with an amendment is agreed to. >> the senate overwhelmingly approves gun legislation for the first time in decades. gunfight. as the nation grapples with an epidemic of gun violence, the supreme court overturns new york's century-old concealed weapons law. >> we don't need more guns on our streets. we're already dealing with a major gun violence crisis. >> gun rights advocates applauding the decision. >> we are not the problem, the problem is the criminals and the wrongdoers in the state. and the politicians have to learn that. >> why the impact will ricochet from coast to coast.
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