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♪ >> jimmy: guillermo! what's with all the peanuts? there's enough here to feed three elephants! >> guillermo: we always eat peanuts when we drink beer. >> jimmy: yeah, well that's a lot of peanuts. >> guillermo: because we have a lot of bud light to drink, jimmy. i'm playing in the bud light fantasy football league. specially marked bottles of bud light have codes i register online to draft new players for my fantasy football team. i need to get all the good players, jimmy! i gotta get the good players! that's why we have to drink all this bud light. >> jimmy: you know, we don't have to drink all the bottles to get the codes from them. >> guillermo: we don't? >> jimmy: no, we don't. the codes are printed right on the back. you just log on to
budlight.com/ffl to create an account, or you can do it through facebook. then register your codes, build a roster, and activate your team. bud light will award 800 prizes every week to the top players in each division. but we certainly don't have to drink all this bud light. >> guillermo: but i want to drink all that bud light. >> jimmy: okay, then let's drink all that bud light. >> guillermo: no. i want to drink it. you go and do the show every there. >> dicky: every bottle is a player with bud light fantasy football. start building your fantasy team at budlight.com/ffl. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "jimmy kimmel live" is back in two minutes with tom arnold, ashley greene and music from the wood brothers. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪
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with cleto and the cletones. and now, before we go any farther, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for sneaking out of your rooms to be here tonight. it's very nice. i appreciate it. i hope -- i hope you had a good weekend. i had a good weekend. normally, i don't like to get wet but it was so hot this weekend i went in the pool. i have a pool i rarely ever go in it. actually, i played three hour us of marco polo by myself this weekend. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and i won. that's kind of nutty.
ladies and gentlemen, our american culture right now is under attack in the ukraine which i believe is a country. the government is considering a ban on the show "spongebob" because they say it promotes homosexuality. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's ridiculous. "spongebob" doesn't promote homosexuality, spongebob promotes marijuana use. they say that shows like spongebob and teletubbies are stripping children of their innocence and it has to be stopped at once. i don't get it. the show is about a happy-go-lucky sponge and his best friend, a penis in hawaiian shorts. [ laughter ] "family guy" "pokemon" "the simpsons" with the destruction of family and other vices. they believe there's a
homoerotic fest between spongebob. that came out of the ukrainian government. spongebob is not gay. no self-respecting gay man would wear brown pants with black shoes. the show becomes spongebob skinny jeans. it made me wheernd would that show look like if this was the case. so to find out we combined video from an episode of spongebob with audio from an episode of "project run away" and the result is this. >> hi, how are you doing? >> great. >> it's great to be here. >> i'm excited to be here. >> owe tell me about the look. i'm certainly fascinated. >> my skirt, i was doing with a panel coming down. >> i just want you to be cognizant of not overdesigning. it's looking kind of clownish. >> it is -- i guess it's difficult for me to keep my
mouth shut during this critique. i can't even look at him. >> you were making absolutely no eye contact with me. >> i don't know. [ applause ] >> jimmy: there you have that. we settled it. on friday, six days after paul ryan was picked to be mitt romney running mate, a shirtless photograph of him finally turned up on tmz. that's why we're the best workforce in the world. here's the photo, paul ryan with his wife janet taken six years ago while on vacation in oklahoma which raises an interesting question, who goes on vacation in oklahoma? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: for some reason, a lot of people have been looking for this, if you type "paul ryan" into google, the fourth thing that comes up is paul ryan shirtless. apparently americans want a
president they can have a beer with and a vice president they can have a threesome with. can you imagine if tmz had been around when clinton was the president. we'd probably have bottomless pictures of him. [ laughter ] it's actually pretty common to see shirtless photos of our political candidates. i'm sure you remember this photo of president obama not wearing a shirt in hawaii. of course, there's the republican candidate and former magic mike huckabee. meanwhile, mitt romney is refusing to release more than the first four inches of his tors though he insists he has nothing to hide. you know, there are a lot of cute animal videos online. probably too many. this is the best one i've seen in a while. a boston terrier named tito playing in the park as dogs are expected to do. this isn't a tennis ball this is a big ball which is why i call
this video "little dog big ball." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he actually -- let's see that again in slow motion if we could. way up in the air! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like the johnny knottsville of dogs. are you familiar with the name ryan locketty? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the hero from the olympics. the swimmer, won a bunch of medals. apparently for of the last few weeks, ryan locketty is trying to coin his catchphrase jaeh. it's like yeah with an "j." the rapper came up with that in the '80s. he said why try and trademark
something that he didn't create? this could go down as the lamest rap feud ever, right? they're going to send lochte a cease and desist order from saying jeah. ryan lochte explained it in a press conference in 2009 at the world aquatics championships. they asked him exactly how he would define the word jeah. >> it's pronounced jeah by a young rapper that said it i kind of wanted to change it with a "j." and he, like, put everything on it. like happy. like jeah. >> jimmy: oh, good. okay. i think those tight swim caps
have done to his brain what little shoes did to chinese women's feet, you know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this jeah reminds me something that guillermo is involved with. guillermo has been trying to trademark it. >>. >> guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: you've had a difficult time trademarking it. >> guillermo: yes. >> jimmy: you believe it to be your intellectual property. what is the word? >> guillermo: yes. >> jimmy: the word is yes? >> guillermo: yes. >> jimmy: what is name your favorite character from "fuel house"? >> guillermo: oh, uncle yes, siree. >> jimmy: in comphien that, there's a popular new garment, beach wear garment which is a bikini for your face. this is what they look like.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's called a face-kini. you can call something a face-kini that is already called a ski mask? they protect your face and head. they're also good for robbing underwater banks. here's another one. i don't know. if you're concerned about protecting your face, just stay home. if i was the sun, i'd burn you extra for this. they even make them for kids. are we certain china hasn't been overtaken by an earless alien race? that would be less creepy. i don't know what's scarier, that photo or that photo. i'm just going to say this once so we can move on. china is weird. and i miss the tanning mom. one more thing, this is wonderful, there's a video that has become very popular online the last few days. it's old bar mitzvah footage. a bar mitzvah is a religious
ceremony when a jewish boy reaches 14 years old, he has a bar mitzvah and officially becomes a man. this is how a new man named shawn sperling celebrated his manhood. ♪ ♪ on the dance floor vogue move to the music ♪ move to the music hey hey >> jimmy: vogue, "like a virgin" might have been a better choice of songs. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i saw the video and it goes on and on and on. it's fantastic. i wanted to know where that young man ended up. he's agreed to talk with us. hard-core madonna span shawn
sperling. [ applause ] >> jimmy: how long ago was this video shot? >> that was in 1992, so it's been dwreerntss. >> jimmy: who posted it to youtube? >> i did actually. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you did. did you have an idea that maybe it would become popular. why did you post it? >> well, i thought it was time for me. i'm not a professional attorney i thought i could dig it up and relive my past a little bit. and i had no idea this was going to happen. >> jimmy: going back to then when you told your parents you wanted to have a madonna-themed bar mitzvah, what was their response to that? >> shockingly, they were on board right away. they said, if you want that, go for it. >> jimmy: were you self-taught or a choreographer or what? >> i practiced every day after school with my sister. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. was the dance a surprise to the guests at the bar mitzvah. >> it was a surprise to
everyone. i think i kept it under wraps. >> jimmy: so now you'r an attorney now, are you still striking poses like there's nothing to it? >> you know, when i can. i just really want the ukrainian government to see the video and see what happens then. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you might get banned there, too. i tell you what, i think judges would love a dancing lawyer. i mean, have you vogued in court or anything like that? >> i haven't yet, but if i need to i will for my client. >> jimmy: have your co-workers seen this video? >> it's gone all over. that's all anybody's talking about. >> jimmy: do you still have that airbrushed madonna shirt? >> unfortunately, it's missing, it's lost. we're working on either finding it or getting it re-created. >> jimmy: how do you lose something like that? >> i don't know, i lost a box. we also had t-shirts that said i
vogued with shaun at shaun's bar mitzvah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a great item. shaun, have you heard anything from madonna's people? is there any chance you'll become a backup dancer or something with her? >> oh, i can only dream. she'll be here in chicago next month, so we'll see what happens. >> jimmy: oh, we have a big surprise. madonna has generously agreed to not be here tonight. that would be great if madonna got you on the stage to do a little vogue. i saw in your bio, you came out of the closet two years after that bar mitzvah. a thought a lot of people might say you came out four seconds into that dance? [ laughter ] >> you're absolutely right. i thought they might be saying shawn might be gay. >> jimmy: you're very lucky. you have a very understanding parents to let you go along with that. do you believe that spongebob is gay, shaun? >> i love spongebob for
spongebob, no matter who he is. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's very nice. a beautiful gentleman. do you still know the dance? do you still know the moves to voguing? >> once you vogue it never leaves you. >> jimmy: can you do a little bit as we go here? [ cheers and applause ] >> here we go. >> jimmy: here he is all grown up. >> five, six, seven eight. ♪ >> jimmy: that's somebody's lawyer. thank you, shaun. there you have it. that's where he is. shaun sperling. thanks, shaun. tonight on the show, ashley greene is here. the music from the wood brothers. we'll be right back with tom arnold so stick around. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ female announcer ] with swiffer wetjet,
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight on the program, a lovely woman who has a scary new movie called "the apparition." opening friday, ashley greene is here. [ cheers and applause ] and then with music from the second of two live albums they're releasing this summer, it's called "live, volume 2: nail and tooth," it comes out next week. the wood brothers from the bud light stage. [ cheers and applause ] you can see them live on saturday at belly up in aspen and sunday at the ride festival in telluride. tomorrow night, we'll be joined by chef gordon ramsay, jordin sparks, and have music from andy grammer. and later this week, robert pattinson, kyra sedgwick, from "pawn stars," rick and
corey harrison and music from polica and josh doyle. >> jimmy: our first guest is one of the few people on this or any planet who can say they've won both a peabody award and starred in the movie "soul plane." the weekend before last, he reunited with, and roasted, his ex-wife on comedy central. this wednesday, you can see him in the excellent new movie "hit and run," please welcome tom arnold. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you? >> good, how are you doing, buddy? >> jimmy: doing good. were you very funny at that roast. >> well, thank you. >> jimmy: you did a great job, too. everyone seemed kind of shocked when you walked out there. >> well, it was shocking. yeah. i didn't know -- it came together at the last minute. >> jimmy: okay. >> when it first was announced, my publicist didn't even ask me, she said no way is tom doing it
because she loves me. but in the back of my mind, i was like, well that would be fun. i've done other roasts, joan rivers and stuff. but i didn't have any passion for that one. this one, i came loaded up. this is roseanne's thing. she's being honored by her friends. i'm not one of her friends. we'll let this thing happen and i respect that. i knew there were going to be a lot of jokes about me. that's going to happen. the tuesday before the roast, i get a call. the producer is like, roseanne would like to speak to you. we literally have not spoken in over 18 years. howard stern, one time ago about 14 years ago, it's a pretty famous recording where they called me, she was on, we're going to make amends, the next thing i know, i'm yelling, you crazy -- what! $2 million for a shoe box, are you out of your mind! i was afraid if we had a
conversation, it would go there. i said, why don't you tell me what you'd like. she would like you to be part of the roast. she'd like you to dress as a waiter, come out and serve her a drink and take off. i was like, well, that's not going to happen. you can get one of her other ex-husbands to do that. you don't really need me. they called wednesday, something a little different. by now, people have made fun of you, they tell me, you make fun of those people, you turn to roseanne, give her a fist bump and leave. then i don't address roseanne? they go, no. that sucks so bad. people would be upset, right? thursday, i get a call, whatever you want. now i have to brace ashley, my wife, i have not broached this with her. if she says no, i can't do this and my publicist, i present it to them, then i hear ovever my dead body. when you hear over my dead body from people that love you, there's not a lot of wiggle
room -- you know what i mean? yeah, but -- you have no self-esteem. >> jimmy: who said over my dead body? >> stacy. and the self-esteem came from ashley. this is the attic talking. that kind of thing. we passed. then 6:00 friday night, i get a phone message, and i hold it in the front. i didn't recognize the number, do you think -- by the way, ashley, she doesn't connect tom and roseanne in real life. she was 6 when i met roseanne, right. seriously, she thinks it's some kind of really dark reality show. she really has no emotional connection to it. i hold the phone up, i go, do you think it's her. i was so scared to even check. i check, it is roseanne. she leaves me what i thought was a very nice message. hey, please do this.
you know, please put this behind us, let's bury the hatchet. it's a very sweet message. i play it for ashley and stacy, stacy is like, yeah, it sounds like she has a gun to her head. i'm like, come on. all the men i know are for it. the women are against it. then they called my lawyers, marty singer. he's on vacation, i'm like, do i have any restraining orders. [ laughter ] this is for real. i'm not kidding. is there something like a gag order. but lured into a trap. this woman, i'll tell you what, ten years ago, i was shooting a pilot over on the roseanne lot, right? the audience is there. the p.a. will hand out new pages. the p.a.'s come out, the lords brothers. the whole family. i start reading these new pages in front of the audience and they're like, tom arnold is a
[ bleep ] -- what! she has taken the roseanne writers and sent their p.a. to infiltrate our stage. that's a lot of work, you know what i mean. this is like in the roseanne days when they needed all the writers they could get, you know? [ laughter ] she's a very clever lady. and the lawyers are like, they call back, it's okay. now, it's 8:00 or 9:00 at night. my wife's getting a massage, what do you feel, honey. i really don't care if you do it. i go, will you call stacy. there's people that care about you so much, you can't overrule them. stacy's been with me 17 years. she starts talking to stacy. then the people from the big company start calling. this is late friday night. stacy says we'll do it on one condition that roseanne agrees to say one nice thing about you. she can say all the jokes, of
course, it's a roast, tear me up. she has to say one nice thing that she knew i was coming and she was happy with it. she couldn't storm the stage. he's crazy or whatever. an hour, they called back and said, thank you everyone for coming, and i do mean everyone. by,000 it's clear they need me at this roast, it's been 18 years, and the woman cannot say one nice thing. i was crying laughing. she hasn't changed. she's the same! then at midnight, we get a call, thanks, tom, for coming, you made me laugh. you always made me laugh? that's the nicest change could ever be said. stacy is like, no, no, that's what a woman says about an idiot she dated. he always made me laugh. that's the deal. they work it out at 5:00 in the morning. i go over there.
i'm pretty nervous, because i'm walking into a situation where it could go really bad. >> jimmy: yeah, you haven't been face-to-face. >> i haven't seen her. plus it's buddies and everything. nobody knows i'm coming. she knows. nobody knows. i get there. they hide me in the back of the trailer. i watch the feed of the show and sigh know i follow ellen barken. this is the first time they've seen me. the catering are in the back of the parking lot, they're in shock. you could tell. people are lined up against the walls, there's silence, he is really freaking here, the man is crazy. i didn't see the stage or rehearse or something. where is she? she's over here. just want to know where she is in case she attacks. [ laughter ] i mean, seriously. i get out there. i don't even make eye contact with the other comics. i just want to get through my stuff and get started. i get started. it's going pretty good.
then i make eye contact with her because i am so horrified because she's so much thinner than i am. she looked good. it was terrible. it was horrible. had i known earlier, i would have gone on a liquid diet. i'm not going to be fatter than roseanne at her roast. but i was, way fatter. then they had her miked up. you could hear her talking and cackling. i have to tell you, it reminded me why i liked her in the first place. she's funny. >> jimmy: there are a lot of funny moments. this is kind of a sweet moment, i thought. we have the clip here. >> 1985, roseanne went on johnny carson which is every comics dream. she killed. he laughed his ass off and invited her to sit on the couch. she got validation from the king. that can never be taken away from you. [ applause ]
and i just want to say that, roseanne, you were my johnny carson. and thank you for the thumbs up. and thank you for allowing me to sit on your couch for a little bit. good night. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was very nice. did you talk to her after the show? >> i did. as soon as i said that -- i talked to, kind of getting emotional. i want to man up on this stuff. i turned around to leave really quick that went well. i'm out of here. oh, god, i have to shake her hand or something. then i went backstage. i hear, tom, tom, she said some nice things. >> jimmy: did you make love? when you come back, tom arnold. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪[music plays]♪
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i go, oh! he said you're the most selfish person i've ever met. i'm like, really, you're the most arrogant. we're doing that in front of the soldier. dax is like screw you, man. we hug it out, we have a great show. that's a little bit like this, when i get my feelings hurt when i get embarrassed, i get angry. >> jimmy: or when you leave your car in drive. >> the movie is a lot of fun. >> jimmy: you also have a show called "red neck rehab." >> on tmz. if somebody is red neck, they're living the high life, they're eating healthy. we will bring them into the fold. we'll get them back! >> jimmy: "hit and run" opens thursday. we'll be right back with ashley greene!
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy:. the wood brothers, the you know our next guest as alice from the world's favorite vampire family. on friday, she takes a break from werewolves to do battle with ghosts in the new movie "the apparition." please welcome ashley greene. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you look great. how's everything? >> thank you. it's good. >> jimmy: you're on the cover of "cosmo." are you aware of this? >> i was aware of this. >> jimmy: i like this, ashley
greene, feel her gutsy getaway attitude. do you have a gutsy getaway attitude. >> i think that's rude for cosmo. >> jimmy: how about this one down here. "when your vagina acts weird after sex." [ laughter ] >> i read that. great, can't wait to show my dad. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i wonder what happens when your vagina acts weird? oh, my vagina is acting so weird. [ laughter ] now, i know how to solve my problem. did you warn your family of about is this, i was leafing through this, and this is really filthy, this is pornography. >> actually, my mom is like a buffer for that. basically, we have a chat and decide what my father and can or cannot see. unfortunately for me, this is now on your show.
>> jimmy: although you're dressed conservatively, it's not like you're doing anything. but the rest of the magazine is indeed filthy. what are you doing this summer? >> florida. >> jimmy: the whole crowd? >> love it, yes. just hung out. >> jimmy: what do you do, do you stay with your parents when you're there? >> it depends, sometimes, sometimes, we get a beach house. >> jimmy: i see. do they then come and invade your place and stay with you? >> yeah, they do, actually, because it's on the beach. actually, they came and invited their friends up there. >> jimmy: oh, they did? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's great did you go to like a motel? >> i was with my friend jenny. >> jimmy: quite a vacation. do you hang around with your friends while you're there? >> yeah, we do. my same friends from like sixth grade. >> jimmy: they must be excited when you come back? >> they are. they're really excited.
well, sometimes. >> jimmy: why are they not excited? >> jenny and i get together and act like we're in sixth grade again. and we like to play pranks on people. >> jimmy: who are your targets? >> jenny's mom. >> jimmy: her mom? >> yes. >> jimmy: the primary target. >> because she's so nice. >> jimmy: those are the best ones. >> she's so nice and she gets so mad. this is a website where you can do prank calls and you basically put in two numbers and it makes them look like they're calling each other when they're really not. you know what this is? >> jimmy: i actually became obsessed with this for a period of 36 hours. it's the greatest thing. call it prank dial or something, right? >> don't tell the world. >> jimmy: you can have one phone call another phone. they forget. don't worry about it. it look it's like the numbers come from one number and you can listen in on the whole thing. >> oh, ah, you can record it and listen to it and play it
back. her mom thinks her miscellaneous senior haunted, even though it's brand new. she's the only one that lived in it, just got built. she was out of town and she swears there's ghosts. we called her 20 times in the middle of the night. she wakes up to calls from the ghost at the house because they would pick up her phone and dial. and she had one of her friends drive over. pays her like $50 to go over. her mom is so mad at me. i was like, dude, what is the problem, it's just a joke. we later find out that she called the cops. >> jimmy: oh, wow. did she tell the cops there were ghosts? it makes sense, you think somebody is phoning you at the house. if you're breaking in a house, why would you call the owner over and over again? where's your jewelry?
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: why did she think the house is haunted? >> i don't know. the house is not haunted. >> jimmy: do you think she will go see your movie that movie has ghosts in it? >> ironically enough, the movie "apparition" they actually go into a new house. >> jimmy: the new house is haunted? >> apparently, we're haunted. basically it's this entity that my boyfriend in the movie has kind of dredged up in college and neglected to tell me. >> jimmy: oh, you've got a haunted boyfriend? >> yes. so the apparition has decided to kind of torture and mess with me. >> jimmy: i hate when they do that. [ laughter ] >> it's very rude. yeah, i'm trying to figure out what's going on and how to get rid of the thing and it just schemes off of your spirits. >> jimmy: i like how you have worked with ghosts, frankensteins, werewolves.
you need a frankenstein and a mummy. do you like scary movies in general? >> no. >> jimmy: you do not like them? >> no, i used to watch scary movies all the time then got to a point where i kind of started freaking out. and i thought, oh, wait, people can actually do this to you and sometimes, they're awful. i would go through the point that i wouldn't even take a shower at night if no one was home. >> jimmy: so you were a filthy kid. >> one night they weren't home, i used to cheer and it's hot. but i was like super sweetie and gross. they were out. i had to get up for school the next morning, 6:00 a.m. i was like, this is ridiculous. i'm going to be an adult and take a shower. i take the house phone and my dog into the bathroom. lock the door. get in the shower. and everything goes back.
literally like it could not have happened. this is happening, i've seen it in movies i like go. i get out of the shower. and everything goes back. i grab the phone and it does that thing, beep, beep, beep. just got off the phone. i know what's going to happen. i literally broke the screen out of my window. jumped out of the window with a towel. >> jimmy: really. >> ran over to my neighbor's house and was like, oh, my god, somebody is breaking in the house. they come and look at me and say, do you realize that our power's out, too. it's a power outage. >> jimmy: ghosts took over the neighborhood. >> i'm like, they're attacking everyone. >> jimmy: well, you're lucky to be alive. i will say that. this is an opportunity for a new generation of kidding to get nightmares. it's called "at. er riggs" opening friday, ashley
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