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bitterly contested select listen of 2000. >> in 2000 it came down to one state where the brother of one man running for president was the brother of the state. so we have our problems too. >> clinton however also praised american democracy citing the 2008 campaign surprise surprise as a good example of how electoral politics with work. we ask you was it appropriate for the top diplomat to compare the bush victory to nigeria's history of corruption? tell us what you think by clicking on abcnews.com or the "nightline" twitter page. that's our report for tonight. i'm terry moran. from all of us at abc news, good tonight on "jimmy kimmel live" -- >> in tough times, america needs a strong leader. a leader who wears real pants.
barack obama wears bingo jeans, the kind of jeans your mother wears. >> larry king. you dated a lot of women. >> i did. married a few of them. >> including katie couric. >> we're driving home. i thought we'd go up to the apartment, katie and i, and she said she had a roommate. >> did anything go on between the three of you? [ laughter ] >> i'm guillermo. the magic mexican. look at me do magic. wow! >> marisa miller. what does dad say when this picture arrives on the newsstands? >> it's actually a very tame photo. >> it is. can i see the negatives then? [ laughter ] >> who do you think should raise the children after the father is gone?
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captions paid for by abc, inc. >> hi, everyone. thank you, cleto. welcome to the show. i'm jimmy, thank you for watching tonight. let's get fat together, what do you say? [ cheers and applause ] anyone excited about the new harry potter movie? [ cheers and applause ] so we have some fourth grader -- graders here in the audience. [ laughter ] harry potter and the half gay prince, the second to last edition of the harry potter series opened last night at midnight. thousands of theaters across the country were sold out. they're saying it could be the biggest wednesday night opening for a sixth movie in a wizard themed franchise ever. this weekend harry potter goes head to head with bruno for the number one slot. so make sure your kids get into the right theater. otherwise you have to explain why harry's penis is talking. that wasn't in the book.
[ laughter ] the new movie is getting good reviews but some die hards are upset that the plot hasn't stayed faithful to the book. apparently they cut one big key scene out and on top of that, they added some new characters that weren't even in the book. >> harry? >> i'm guillermo, the magic mexican. look at me do magic. chupacabra. ow! ow.
that hurt. >> all right. [ cheers and applause ] nicely done, guillermo. he's also very good at making tequila disappear. michael jackson is still be biggest thing in the news today. his brother tito is the latest member of the family to grant an interview to the paying media. he said he tried to have an intervention with michael but michael lied and said he wasn't using drugs and michael's staff shut him out of the house and even set up road blocks to keep him out. seriously if tito is your brother you might do the same thing. right? tito proofing his house might be the sanest thing michael jackson ever did. the entertainment news shows have been running jackson coverage nonstop. while we were away, access hollywood had a special remembering michael episode and included this completely out of context
tribute from quincy jones' daughter who i don't know knew she was -- anyway, here's rasheeda jones. >> i have beebit by a monkey. when i was 10. surprisingly, it was michael jackson's monkey. bubbles. and i was petting the monkey and it got out of the cage and started going crazy and i tried to slow it down and i stuck my head -- i was hysterical, bleeding and hysterical. [ laughter ] >> so many wonderful memories, you know? meanwhile, michael's terrible father joe was on abc last night. he's convinced that foul play was at work in his son's death and he also says he never beat his son which is the opposite of what michael himself said. the good news though is he's talking about turning michael's kids into an act and taking them on tour. which they say is the best thing to do for children mourning the death of their father. letting joe jackson train another jackson family singing
group is like letting michael vick train another dog. shouldn't happen. here's joe with chris connelly last night here on abc. >> what did you know about the drugs michael was reportedly taking? >> i knew they were bad. they're bad. you know it. >> who do you think should raise these children now that michael is gone? >> i'd say santa claus. he's my favorite. >> do you see any possibility for their growing into performers? >> well, blanket can dance. i know that. i teach him the same way i taught michael, i melt a stick of butter on the linoleum and set him down and let him go nuts. >> how is katherine holding up in this? >> who in the hell is katherine? >> when you want to remember your son what is favorite memory? >> probably the time we went fishing in the toilet bowl together. and the money, i love the money.
>> well, you know what? say what you want him, he looks great. i have no explanation for that i really don't. the big question is who gets custody of the children, joe jackson the pumpkin and his wife katherine have the kids now. some say his ex-wife, debbie ro rowe, may go after them. i say give them to jennifer aniston, right? i might be the only one -- saying that. one rumor that's going around is that michael wasn't even the real father that the real father is his dermatologist, this guy arnold klein. i don't believe that, and here's why. this is arnold klein. and this is their mother, debbie rowe. that woman and this man did noth produce these betiful kids. tunareoena ds not allow that so of thing to haen. [ laughter ] riee rd klein andeowbb
did have a kid together, that child would look like this. [ laughter ] try dangling that over a balcony. [ laughter ] i'll tell you if they want to find out who the father is, they ought to go to maury povich. he knows how to find a baby's ddy. today on maury, he had another paternity test. they don't get tired of these, and usually maury doesn't say a whole lot to the new dads. he ts them jump around like maniacs, but it appears that maury is working on his bedside manner. >> derek, you are the father. yes. derek. i want to tell you something, i want to tell you something. i want to tell you the good news. you want a piece of good news? here's what you can do now, derek. you can claim that child on your taxes. [ laughter ] >> well, in that case, where is my sweet little boy?
apparently, maury has been working part-time at the h&r block or something. [ laughter ] barack obama threw out the first pitch at the baseball all-star game last night. i know the president is really busy but he needs a personal shopper. once again, he appeared in public with a pair of heavily stone washed jeans with a big crease down the front of them, like his mom ironed them or something. already his opponents on the right are taking him to task for it. >> in tough times, america needs a strong leader, a leader who wears real pants. barack obama wears bingo jeans. the kind of jeans your mother wears. man up, mr. president and lose the barack o-mama jeans. we need a president who dresses like this guy. paid for by americans whwear normal pants. >> they may have a point.
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awards sunday night. on espn. marisa miller is here. also tonight -- oh, here it is. the cd's are getting bigger every year. you can see them live this summer on tour with blink 182. this is their debut album, "love the future", music from chester french. tomorrow, josh lucas, terrell owens, and music from pitbull. and on friday, teri hatcher, danica patrick and daughtry. so join us then. our first guest is an emmy and peabody award-winning broadcaster who's been called the most remarkable talk show host ever by "tv guide" and the greatest man of the century by "suspenders" magazine. his new book "my remarkable journey" is in bookstores now. please say hello to larry king. [ cheers and applause ]
thank you, larry. thank you for coming. >> oh, thank you, jimmy. >> are you wearing barack obama's jeans? [ laughter ] >> no. what was wrong with his jeans? >> no, you have a good look in his jeans. his jeans were too big for him or something. >> you want to know the story behind my jeans? >> yeah. >> ryan se crest. ryan seacrest is my jeans supplier. >> is he really? >> yeah, i had a baggy pair of jeans and he was over for dinner one night and he said, what are you wearing those for? you look old. i said i'm old. he said i'm going to send you a pair. he sent me some jeans over. and the first pair he sent me was button fly. that's bad. >> no good? >> you have to go to the bathroom, it takes 4 1/2 hours. and then he got me the zipper. >> i had dinner with ryan once and he tried to also get me out of my jeans. don't fall for this. [ laughter ] this is an m.o. is what it is.
>> very cool. oh, first -- before we get into anything else, i spoke tdon rickles yesterday. >> oh, very good. >> i'm inviting you and don, the three of us are going to a dodger game. >> i'd love to go. >> we're going to pick the date. >> that would be great. that would be great. >> we've got season tickets. >> beautiful. i would love to. >> two boys -- right by the dugout, by home plate. we'll have a great time. >> i'll be with the kids and you can have a conversation, right? is that how it works? >> you don't have a conversation with don. you listen. >> that's right. that's right. >> don is in control. >> it's worth -- >> he's an american treasure. >> he is. absolutely. >> h hs ththbebestst >> you are too, larry. you ow wt, d't sell yourself shsht. you really a. [ eers and applaususe ] you know, i have been a fan of yours for a ng time, ever sie i was in radio. i listened to you on -- >> those were the days. >> i know it's a long story, but tell the story -- because i think it might be my favite story ever. the story of when you and your classmates pretended -- >> but it takes a little time.
>> you know what? i'm willing to spend that time. pretend -- >> you're not going to edit it out? >> i'm not going to edit it out. >> tell this story. this is a great story. >> see, i oversold it already. it's a good story see, if you interrupt you kill the story. >>i'm going to keep quiet. >> i know it's your show. >> in fact, i may go stand with the security guards. >> we were in ninth grade, in bensonhurst high school, in brooklyn. that's junior high school. ninth grade, you graduated and then went on to high school for 10th, 11th and 12th. every district is different in the country. in new york city it's ninth grade. we were 9-b 4. 9 b 1, a students. 932 are b students, 9 b 3 students are c and 93 l we're not sure. 9 b 5, neanderthals. one man loved me, i removed a thorn from his paw.
meanwhile, we called him gil because he had -- his hair was like a mop. >> gil mopo. >> so a brain surgeon now in buffalo and me, we go to visit to find out -- we go to his house to find out why mopo didn't go to school. all the shades are drawn and sitting in front of the house is a boy looking forlorn. he says he was his cousin, the -- that mopo had developed tuberculosis, his family had taken him to tucson to cure his tuberculosis. he won't be back in school for a year so the kid -- he's the only relative. he's waiting overnight to go to school to tell him mopo won't be back. you can't leave a kid back for illness. so he's going to go on to high school. so herbie, said we'll tell him. you can go home. he said, thanks, he leaves. we're walking down the street, and herbie says, i've got a fantastic idea to make money. we'll tell them mopo died. mopo died. it's foolproof because the kid is the only relative, he's in jersey. mopo is the only child, the parents
have taken him to tucson for a year. we can't be miss. what we'll do is we'll raise money and get flowers and candy and we'll go down to nathans and eat hot dogs. [ laughter ] so it -- okay. all right. all right. we go into the class, we bow our heads, go up to the teacher, we went to mopo's house, he's dead. the home room calls home, it's disconnected and they record dead, and we collect $195. okay, this is just the beginning. weeks later, the principal asked to see us. we're walking down the hall, i'm crying. i have no father, my poor mother. i'll never be a doctor. i'll never be a doctor. here's herbie the negotiator. no problem. i'll handle it, we had to mix -- we had a mix-up, we'll give back the money, we think of something. we go into the principal's office and instead of being ticked he is pleased. my three young friends, sit down. he doesn't know us from adam. oh, sit down. he says, boys, here's what happened. "the new york times" wants to do
a series of articles on junior high schools because they don't get any credit. high schools get all the play because they play intramural sports. so we had a faculty meeting what could we do? each school was to do a project and we heard about you and your raised money for the late gil. we looked up our records and he was the only student in the history of this school to die. most kids make it over that 14-year-old hump. he made -- so what we're going to have -- you have to hear this. we'll have a gil memorial assembly. a week before graduation, and we're going to honor the number one student in the school, give him or her a replica of a statue. and then build a statue in the lobby to gil with his picture and then every year we'll add the name of the winner. and at the assembly we want a full school assembly and the three of you to sit on the stage in honor of your late friend. we should have told him. [ laughter ]
to this day we should have told him, but we were caught up in the ego of the moment. we were, okay. now we're walking down the hall and we're leaving the office and we -- what are we going to do, we're in trouble. herbie goes, well, let's look at it this way. we're going to go on to high school. it's going to take a while and some day, i know they'll have a trophy but look at it this way, some day it will kick in. some day, mopo will die. [ laughter ] and when it does that trophy will mean something. anyway, now, this is the god's honest truth, it's the day of the gil mopo assembly. the three of us are on stage. the principal is there, he's speaking. the winner of the first award and the whole school is there. and that day -- that day mopo came back to school! [ cheers and applause ] as herbie likes to say, in it's
-- it's medicine's finest moment, they cured mopo. only one week left before school, and he's got twoays he can enter -- through the side, or the big doors. they lead on the 84th street. and mopo chooses the doors and he opens the door and the first thing he sees is a banner. gil -- the memorial. mopo is not the brightest guy in the world, but he knows what memorial means. so he freezes, right. the kids in the back row spot him and immediately know the whole story. they glommed us for 190 bucks, this is a farce. they're new york city kid. if you're a new york city kid, you're ahead -- if you're a d student in new york, you're mayor of des moines. you can phone it in. now it's time that the principal is looking up, what's going on, and herbie stands -- i don't know why he did this, but he stands up and goes, go home, mopo, you're dead. [ laughter ]
mopo runs, there's pandemonium. the kid who wins the first award -- do i get my award? the principal looks at this, the veins are coming out of his neck. my office now! now we're walking down again and herbie is saying don't worry, and i'm crying, and then we get into the office. i have never seen a guy angrier in my whole life. he said this is my worst day in the history of new york public schools, you are suspended for life. go down to your locker, take your stuff, you will not graduate, i will recommend rikers island, i'm going to recommend that you chop rocks until you're 18 years old, get out of my sight. herbie says you'e making a big mistake. what happens, mr. principal, is we're going to be suspended because we did a dumb thing, but the school board, you know you have to have a hearing that's a rule in new york. there has to be a hearing. at the hearing we're going to be suspended, because we did a dumb thing, but someone on the board going to say mr. principal, three dumb kids come into class, they tell you a kid is dead. you make one phone call, the phone is disconnected, you
create an entire assembly and an entire memorial. i'll tell you what we'll be suspended but you'll never be principal again. [ laughter ] and here's the capper. he says so why don't we just forget the whole thing. and the principal is whipped and we forget the whole thing and here's the final story. this is true. we graduate not by name, but by size of the student. so we don't graduate fall betcally -- alphabetically but by size of the student. so mopo is in front of herbie and the principal is handing out the diplomas. 9 b 4. he goes, gil -- herbie pushes him aside and he says i'll take it, he's deceased. [ laughter ] >> that story and more is in this book. we'll be right back with larry after this.
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how sick are you of the michael jackson story? >> i'm tired of it, but the amazing thing, it has legs. the ratings are unbelievable. if i were to do the show i'd have baseball on every night. so, i wouldn't be a good judge. they know what people are watching and people are watching this. they're fascinated by it. it's -- it is a driven story. what next, what's the toxicology report, where is he buried, why isn't he buried? >> all the characters involved. >> years ago, there was an actor named james garfield. he was pre-brando. and he died in the arms of a woman not his wife. it was in a hotel. they ran it every day, john garfield this and that, where was he, who was his medical doctor, what happened? on the ninth day someone said there's going to be a headline, john garfield still dead. that's michael jackson, still dead. >> and who will be hosting that show, the brando family? >> yeah.
mikko brando. >> he made you wear michael jackson's hat during an interview. >> he put it on during one interview. it was too small for me. >> that had to be a little bit weird. >> i wasn't about do the moon dance. it's not a jewish thing. >> yeah. yeah. not exactly the -- >> we owned the building where they do the dance. >> but you don't do the dance. >> no. >> it's an interesting story. i'm wondering when i watch you if you care. >> i care. this is the rule -- 52 years of doing this and you have to do this too because you're responsible for the show. once that light goes on, i'm there 100%. i'm doing the best i can. now, i may rather want to do something else, but once that lightoes on, we have an excellent staff, good producers, they keep the show humming. my job -- >> you do for sure. >> you don't throw it away. >> when heidi and spencer show up on your set, do you know before hand who these people are, do you bother yourself with that kind of minutia, do you keep up with "us weekly" and
that sort of thing? >> who are you talking about? no, we had them on once. they weren't on with me in the studio. that story, i don't understand. >> there isn't a story. >> that story -- i mean, i have seen celebrity. you know, they talk about 15 minutes. that was 2 1/2 seconds. i didn't buy that one at all. >> have you ever interviewed michael jackson? >> i interviewed him when he was 12 years old. this is good. when they were the jackson 5 and they were in miami and he was very shy and i remember saying to the producer, boy, this is going to be interesting because i don't think this kid can talk. but once the show started he took it over. >> he did, really? wow. >> he has two personalities. there's the shy and then the whoop -- and i was with him in 2007. jesse jackson had a big dinner at his rainbow coalition, honored me, which is very nice and they honored him. we were at the same table. we had dinner. i was asking him about coming on the show and he said he'd come on as soon as he got a new album out. he looked fine. he talked fine. very slender. he ate his meal. >> what did he eat, do you remember?
let's bring in some experts also to analyze what he ate. >> wait a minute. hold it, hold it. that could be friday's show. >> that could be your whole show on friday. >> i believe it was fillet. >> do you have another michael jackson show tomorrow? >> i would say the odds are pretty good. [ laughter ] i would bet that wa >> in the book, you have had some life, of course you started -- obviously you started off in radio and graduated to television and you dated a lot of women, including katie couric. >> once, i took kae couric out. >> what happened on that date? >> she was working -- she was working in washington at channel 4 and i was doing my show. >> what year was this? >> '81. >> okay. >> we had a very nice evening. and we're driving home and i thought i'm going to go up to the apartment, katie and i, but she said she had a roommate. >> oh. >> the roommate turned out to be wendy walker who is now my executive producer. >> wow. >> yeah. they were like -- they're best friends. >> did anything go on between
the three of you? [ laughter ] >> you know, i've never tried that. nothing did. no, nothing happened with katie and i. that was -- nothing happened. i liked her a lot. i still regard her as a great friend. >> you could have make it up. what's she's going to do? no one would believe her if she said nothing happened. everybody is going to believe larry. >> it was a wild night, i'll tell you. >> well, read all about it in this book called "my remarkable journey", larry king, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] marisa miller will be here next. ( guitar solo ends )
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still to come on the show, chester french will join us. our next guest posed at least half naked in seven consecutive "sports illustrated" swimsuit issues, a record matched only by the great john madden. you can see her sunday night at the espy awards 9:00 on espn. please welcome marisa miller. [ cheers and applause ]
well you look fantastic. thank you for coming. >> thank you for having me. >> did you get a chance to marry larry king backstage? >> no, he slipped away. >> he'll be back, don't worry about it. >> he's cute. >> you just came away from the espy awards? >> yeah, it was amazing. >> it taped tonight and it airs on sunday night. what did you do over there? >> i presented the first award which was the championship performance, which is, you know, a major award. >> who won it? >> i can't tell you. >> oh, you can't -- was it adam lambert, because he got stiffed the last time around. >> are you going to bet? >> i think michael phelps probably won. maybe the pot threw a little wrench in the proceedings, but he did win eight gold medals. kobe won a gold medal and an nba title, but he didn't win eight gold medals. >> and it's history. you know? >> so he won, michael phelps. >> i can't tell you. i still can't tell you.
>> are you an actual sports fan? >> no, i'm -- >> you are? >> no, i definitely am. i came -- i have two sisters, my dad didn't have any sons. i'm a tomboy and my dad and i we would go to 49er games when i was little. in the '80's when they were super hot. that was our thing. we went to every single game. and when they made it into the playoffs with the atlanta falcons, he took my mom. like i was like his -- >> the nerve. >> yeah. still i have issues with it. >> really? >> yeah. my dad calls me from the game and he goes, mom fell asleep during the touchdown pass. i'm like, i told you. you should have taken me. you know? >> yeah. >> it was really messed up. >> did he learn his lesson and take you to the next game? >> yeah, totally. i was like, dude, after that, like dad, you know, like come on. you have to take me. i mean, i would appreciate it too. my mom didn't care. >> did you play sports an all that stuff? >> yes, i played basketball and volleyball. yeah. >> was he like a sports dad where he'd go to all the games
and follow you and everything? >> yeah. my dad, he actually came to one of the biggest volleyball games, with his face painted blue. like my dad -- >> i hope that was the team color. >> no, it was, but my dad he's already like 6'4". like he's huge. he looks like a viking, and his job was to be scary because i wasn't allowed to date anybody. he was really scary and had long, blond hair and a ponytail and he paints his face blue and screaming for me at the games. i'm like, oh, my god, dad it's so embarrassing. >> i would think so. yeah. >> super embarrassing. >> so dad, his job was to keep the boys aw from you? >> oh, yeah. he did a good job. >> was he successful at that? >> oh, yeah. and my dad, he's very smart. it was like -- he knew what i was going do, like two steps before it actually happened. so, you know -- i mean, my curfew was like 9:00 and i'm like, dad, no one goes out until 9:30, as he's like, mm-hmm. exactly.
that's your curfew. and everything is closed after 10:00, so what are you going to do after 10:00. >> now this is from the current issue of british gq. what does dad say when this current issue arrives on the newsstands? >> well, first of all this is for charity. it was a charity -- [ laughter ] it was. >> you're damn right it was. >> it was. it was. let me explain. so the book is called "room 23". and there's some great people like george clooney, sharon stone. this was like -- >> they're all naked too? >> yes. i mean, some of them are. this is actually a very tame photo. >> it is? >> and they asked me -- [ laughter ] well, it was a -- >> can i see the negatives then? [ laughter ] i'll just get the magazine, yeah. >> it was a woman photographer and they asked me what i wanted to do. i thought, you know, it would be cool to do -- >> is she a lesbian now? [ laughter ] >> i don't know.
>> as a result of this? >> we didn't have that conversation. >> uh-huh. >> i thought, you know, it would be cute to do an over the top like bubble bath. like, you know, when i was a little girl, i liked the foam beards, i'd do that with the sisters. i guess it's a little different now. >> no. you made the right choice, definitely. and this -- this photograph is interesting because -- >> oh, yeah. >> you appear to -- either a monkey or a very, very hairy child there in your sack. >> no, sometimes with work we have to, you know, work with animals, for example. >> like tonight. >> yeah. and this was an orangutan, a very young one. i was shooting for "glamour" magazine and he had a diaper on originally. he was very young, very attached to his trainer. as soon as i put him on the hip, they had to take the diaper off, because it didn't work with the shot. as soon as i got him on the hip, he peed all over me. >> nice.
>> i go to take the shower, wash the clothes, put him back on the hip again, he pees again. he was smart. he knew -- he didn't want his photo taken, so he knew he had to just pee on me. so then we put him in the purse, in the bag there. that's where he stayed. >> did he pee in this? >> yeah, he's going to pee on me. >> it sounds like a fun life you have, getting urinated on by animals and unwittingly photographed in the nude in your bathtub. well, thank you for coming. marisa miller. the espys air this sunday at 9:00 p.m. on espn. we'll be right back with music from chester french. from post party sickness syndrome? there's a revolutionary cure. it's called cascade all-in-one actionpacs. and it's like adding the ultimate button to your dishwasher. because it has the power to pre-wash... dissolve... and rinse the whole mess away. so in the morning your dishes will feel like new again. and so will you. cascade complete all-in-one actionpacs.
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