tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC December 12, 2016 11:35pm-12:37am EST
from homd, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, jennifer lawrence and music from phantogram. and now, and furthermore -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very nice. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. i'm very glad you're here. welcome to hollywood.
we still haven't seen any sign of winter here in l.a. only season we have is awards season and it is very much under way. last night they gave out the critics' choice awards. this morning they announced the golden globe nominees. golden globes hand out trophies for music and television. the nominee forth best drama were the crown, game of thrones, stranger things, this is us, and west world. these are shows that excite us that should be us, that move us and make us wish we could have sex with robots. the awards will be handed out by the hollywood foreign press on january 8th which is good timing. you know the inauguration is january 20th. after that, the words hollywood, foreign, and press will get either thrown in jail or deported. donald trump by the way is on a roll. so the cia says they believe that russian hackers interfered with our elections, specifically to help donald trump win. donald trump says that's ridiculous, he said there's no way to know
from russia or china or -- [ laughter ] for real. oh, these aren't jokes. [ laughter ] or if it wasn't, he really said this it could have been some guy sitting on a bed someplace. all he knows, the important thing is he won and a month from today he'll be taking a leak in the lincoln toilet. nonetheless, a bipartisan group now, including republican senators john mccain and mitch mcconnell, are calling for an investigation and trump does not like that at all. he doesn't want an investigation. he refuses to point a finger at russia. why would he? he'll be up for re-election in four years, he might need them again. [ laughter ] some people are saying we should vote all over again. which this election is like the killer in a horror movie, just when you think it's over, pops up in the back seat, it's going to get you again. new jersey governor chris christie, who really carried donald trump's golf clubs for the last six months, will now officially not be a part of his
according to cnn, governor christie, who reportedly wanted to be attorney general, turned down multiple jobs, including secretary of homeland security, secretary of veterans affairs, and ambassador to italy. true. i have to say i love the idea that trump offered him an ambassadorship to the country that has the best food. [ laughter ] i know you're disappointed we didn't pick you for vice president or attorney general, but how would you like to go to the country that invented pizza? [ laughter ] trump this morning met with carly fiorina, who was a bitter rival during the campaign. trump is supposedly considering her to be director of national intelligence. here's what carly had to say on her way out of trump tower. >> it was such an honor to meet with the president-elect. first i have to say he has really cool stuff in his office. all these athletes have given him this incredible memorabilia. i was particularly taken by
owe -- shock o'neal's shoe. >> jimmy: shok o'neal, the guy from the movie kazaam. president-elect trump was in grand rapids over the weekend as part of his thank you tour where we slowed him down to half speed for this meandering and merry edition of "drunk donald trump." [ tape playing slowly ] >> you spoke very well. i was very impressed with you. she didn't sleep for about six months. i will tell you that. but what a -- and merry christmas, everybody, merry christmas! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's almost christmas. christmas is less than two weeks away. i was talking to my daughter jane about santa cla
almost 2 1/2. we've been holding the present thing over her head to get her to stop saying no to everything. her answer to every question is no. you want oatmeal? no, i do not want oatmeal. she repeats. do you want to go to gymnastics class? no, i do not want to go to gymnastics class. very charming. i asked, are you going to be naughty or nice? she thought about it for a second, she said, yes. [ laughter ] at least i got one yes. santa is a great way to keep your children in line. he's an enforcer, really. so it's no wonder some kids are scared of him. with that said it's time for what has become one of my favorite holiday traditions, a game we're going to play together, it's very simple, i will show you a photograph of a child, you have to guess if the child is on santa's lap or getting a flu shot. [ laughter ] let's play "santa's lap or flu shot?" our first screamer. all right, so santa's lap or flu shot?
all right, everybody says santa's lap. maybe one or two dissent. and it is? flu shot. that's right. next up -- you see how it works. santa's lap or flu shot? santa's lap. no, that is a flu shot. all right, next up we have -- all right. all right, let's see. it is -- santa's lap. santa in pajamas. is this santa or the doctor? i love the passion in these guesses. they're based on absolutely nothing at all. this one is -- santa, yes. two kids crying now. keep them coming. santa's lap? or flu shot? or maybe that ponytail is too tight. let's find out. it is santa's lap.
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>> jimmy: hi there, welcome back to the show. jennifer lawrence and music from phantogram is on the way. how many are planning to travel for the holiday, leave the home and visit -- no one? [ cheers and applause ] holiday travel is expected to be way up this year. according to aaa, about 86 million americans will drive to their holiday destination. almost 3 million americans are expected to fly. which is already kind of terrible. and might be about to get worse. the department of transportation is considering a proposal that would allow passengers to make phone calls on the flight. because the person sitting next to you wasn't annoying enough. honestly i'd rather there be snakes on the plane than people talking on the phone. when this happens i will be making prank calls. [ laughter ] i'll be calling other passengers, i'll be calling other planes. i'll pretend to be in the cockpit messing around with the controls. no one will rest.
time we send cousin sal out in the world with hidden cameras to stir things up, to wake people up. since it is the holiday season i sent sal to the grove, the mall not far from our studio. you know gift wrapping stations they set up? we set one up too and put cousin sal to work. >> live from the grove in hollywood, it's cousin sal's christmas wrapping spectacular starring cousin sal, his helper pat, and our very special holiday victims. >> you want me to wrap this empty box? >> yes, please, i'd like you to wrap it as well as the lid. >> are you kidding me? >> no. is that okay? >> what do you have? you have nothing in it? >> i'm going to put something in it, i just don't have it with me. >> oh, we can't do -- we have to see what goes in there before we wrap it. >> are you serious? >> yeah. i just need something in there, maybe your belt? yeah, give me your belt. just in case there's a question.
>> where is your manager? >> he passed away. [ laughter ] >> do you want me to wrap this? >> yes. >> okay. gel crayons, nice. okay. could you hold this? thank you. just pull it back towards you. all right, almost done. i'm very careful with crayons. all right. all right, i think you're all set. you go. do you have it? there you go. happy holidays. >> really? >> really, yeah, yeah.
stroller, i don't know. you should have maybe thought this through better. >> oh, wow. >> push, use your core. hope she likes the dcrayons. >> is this like being donated anywhere? >> i'm sorry? >> are the services being donated anywhere? >> i don't think so. >> no, no, i'm okay, i'm okay, really. how about this. i'll take my boxes, you can keep that there, okay? >> no, no, here. i'm really close. here. >> just -- keep the dogs. why? >> because you're getting -- wing sauce all over the socks i'm going to give to somebody -- >> i don't think i am. let me put it in your bag. here. >> you can put it in the box. >> okay. >> that's better. >> okay. >> put it in the box. >> excuse me!
>> oh my god. >> excuse me? >> excuse her! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, thank you cousin sal. tonight on the show music from phantogram. be right back with jennifer lawrence! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by the new nissan rogue. go see "rogue one: a star wars story" in theaters december 16th.
>> jimmy: hi there, welcome back. tonight, they are a duo, which means there are two of them. their latest album is called "three," music from phantogram. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night, we have two shows for you. a new show in our regular time slot with rami malek from mr. robot, samantha ponder from espn, and music from gucci mane with travis scott. but before that, our force-filled special with the cast of "rogue one: a star wars story" and a tribe called quest, in prime time. that's tomorrow at 10/9 central. and join us all week with david spade, blake shelton, andrea riseborough, and a big outdoor block party on wednesday night with metallica.
which will be a lot of fun. [ cheers and applause ] since she was here last, our first guest made eleven movies, won an oscar and is now legally allowed to drink. she stars alongside chris pratt in the new sci-fi film "passengers." it opens in theaters december 21st. please welcome jennifer lawrence. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very good to see you, you look great will be. >> wow. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they don't do this for me. this is specifically for you. >> that makes me feel better. >> jimmy: when you walked out i didn't realize because you have that color thing, i thought you
almost had an aneurysm. >> i'm really naked, i thought i'd try something different. >> jimmy: last time you were here you were very sick. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you had to get an x-ray. >> i had walking pneumonia. >> jimmy: right, yeah. >> i got an x-ray. my breasts are uneven. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did the doctor tell you that? or did you figure that out for yourself? >> yeah, the doctors knocked on my door, jennifer, we have something really serious to tell you. no, i figured it out. >> jimmy: you figured it out. it took a trip to the doctor's office to figure that out? >> yeah, which i think is kind of flattering. >> do you go to the doctor a lot, are you a hypochondriac? >> oh, yes, huge. i love medicine, i love googling, i love being an alarmist. >> jimmy: me too, yeah. >> i love panicking people. >> jimmy: i'm not a hype cond y chondriac in that i feel i accurately diagnose myself. that's not a hypochondriac, if you're right. >> if you're right, i think you're correct.
that were real. it was really painful. everyone's like, nothing's wrong with your stomach. what had happened was i stressed myself out so much that my intestines started bleeding. but it was -- i know, i can do that with my mind. >> jimmy: isn't it amazing what you can do? >> i'm super, super blessed. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i had appendicitis once. >> that's my dream. [ laughter ] you lucky bastard! >> jimmy: i looked it up, i was feeling a pain i think on my right side, very specific. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i went in. i call mid doctor, i said, i think i have to have my pend diction removed. he laughed. i went in and he check med out and he goes, well, i have to tell you, congratulations, you're the first patient i've ever had that's correctly diagnosed himself. >> yeah, i feel like me and my doctor are more like colleagues. [ laughter ] but good for you. >> jimmy: i was happy about it. >> i have an unrealistic fear. i h
like, i'm going to get appendicitis in china. i convinced myself of it. last night i started to fall asleep, my eyes shot open, oh, no! i just keep thinking about it. >> jimmy: it makes you wonder why is the peappendix even in there? pull it out with the tonsils or whatever, done with it. >> wisdom teeth, get them out. have you ever -- you don't google image bacteria, do you? >> jimmy: bacteria, no. rashes i've done. >> there's this adorable bacteria. >> jimmy: what is it? >> it's call eed giardia. >> jimmy: is it all over our seats? all over your phone? >> i've been planning this for days. >> jimmy: you're one of those. >> no, he's so cute. looks like the kool-aid guy. >> jimmy: do you mind if i show this? oh, it is kind of -- it does look like a pixar type -- >> isn't he cute? >> jimmy: he's adorable. do they all look like that or just that one? >> no, staph
bacteria. >> jimmy: you're not kidding around. why did you look that up? >> giardia? because i thought i had it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you put this on other people too? i for instance will diagnose my wife and always correctly. >> but you're always correct? >> jimmy: always right. >> that happened to me. >> jimmy: she hates it. >> i was bothering somebody about a mole that mole is bad news! the person was like, you think everything's bad news because you're psycho. and i said, yes, but that's a bad mole. they didn't tell me when i went to the doctor because i was so crazy. the doctor said i saved her life. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: their life? the doctor would say that. >> which made everything a lot worse. [ laughter ] one of my friends called up, was upstairs, she's like, jen, come look at this red bump on my butt. i was like, well, i'd love to! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: isn't it weird to get that feeling of sati
yes, my mole is cancerous. >> i was right! >> jimmy: that's great. i know, i like that stuff too. i feel like we don't know enough about our bodies. my wife is pregnant right now. and i see things forming and i feel like we should know about them. i even ask my doctor questions like, i want to know -- >> how it happened? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and who it happened with? [ laughter ] but like if you eat a pizza, how long does it take for that pizza to turn into fat in your body? >> right. >> jimmy: is it like a month? or does it happen like as you're eating it? is it going bup bup bup, could i eat ten pizzas and gain 14 pounds in one sitting? the answer to the first part of the question is yes, i could eat ten pizzas. >> wow. you've given me a lot to think about. you started with your wife is pregnant and ended on i can eat 14 pizzas. >> jimmy: i always bring it back to myself and my
getting fat? >> jimmy: no. my wife is not -- no. >> i meant because -- >> jimmy: i forbid it strictly. [ laughter ] no, i'm the only fatty allowed in this house. of course that was a joke, please don't write letters, thank you. [ laughter ] >> i know. i've been apologizing a lot. >> jimmy: have you been? >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you feel like you have to sometimes? just to get people to stop? >> no, i just feel like i just didn't -- i'm just like, arrgh! i would never want to ever offend anyone on purpose. or be like mean. >> jimmy: you're just having fun. >> yeah, well -- you know. we're just -- you know. arrgh! >> jimmy: everybody's ready to pounce at all times. because you know if you criticize somebody for saying something that you think is inappropriate in some way, it makes you feel like you're the good person. i would never say anything like that, and shame on you. >> god, is it bad that i literally never felt that way? [ laughter ]
is that a bad sign? >> jimmy: we should go right to the doctor. >> i'm going to see what my doctor as to say. >> jimmy: it's a serious bacterial condition. there's something negative i want to discuss with you when we come back. >> oh, good. >> jimmy: jennifer lawrence is here, the movie "passengers." be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ to checkout at the grocery store. how you doing, boss? i'm good, how are you? alright alright. you got a rewards card with us? got it right here on my phone. i don't think that's gonna work. it worked. oh. be paying with my phone, too. alright. yep. that's a lot of juice. i didn't come here for judgement. ha. ugghhh... can we cut? turn your phone into your wallet with samsung pay. and thanks to target, i got to the after party - this nice little outfit just in time
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>> jimmy: really good. >> thank you. i really don't want to talk about it. >> jimmy: you don't want to talk about it at all? >> no, please, for the love of god, i can't talk about this movie anymore. >> jimmy: let's just say it's really good. >> it is really good. >> jimmy: you're in it. >> it's not that it's not good. >> jimmy: chris pratt's in it. >> you can see his butt. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you do see his butt. >> yeah, it's original material which is really rare. we're talking about it, i guess. >> jimmy: you're talking about it. let's talk about christmas. >> people don't usually fork out money for original things that aren't fantasies or books. [ laughter ] i do love it, i mean it, for the love of god just go see it, stop asking me about it! >> jimmy: appreciate your candor. what's the plan for christmas? >> i don't know. >> jimmy: are you a good gift giver? >> probably not. >> jimmy: do people tell you if they don't like your gifts? >> i think i'm a terrible gift giver. >> jimmy: oh. >> i gave, you know, a toddler that lives in an apartment building in new york a
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? >> a live rabbit. >> jimmy: did you buy the rabbit? >> yeah, well, i adopted it. like his owner had died. she was like an old lady. so i was like, you should go to this toddler. >> jimmy: that's not adopting it. >> no. >> jimmy: that's taking it and handing it to somebody else. >> it's better than the pound. i thought when i was little, we were just -- i was like, a rat snake! it wasn't a big deal. i forgot the kid would be too tired to catch it. not tired, scared, same sorry, i'm tired. just too tired to keep talking. >> jimmy: so will you spend it with your family? >> yeah, spend it with my family. >> jimmy: very good. >> i don't know what they're getting. >> jimmy: do you remember last time i saw you was at the u2 concert. here in l.a. it was about a year or so ago. >> i forgot. >> jimmy: bono mentioned me on stage. i have to say it was one of the greatest things that ever happened to me in my life. then after the concert we went back into an area to stand
nervously to tell bono that he was great. and you said, "i can't believe bono mentioned you." and i said, "i know, i can't believe it either." and you said, "i mean, of all the people here." [ laughter ] "you were probably the least deserving of any of them." >> why did he mention you? answer me now. >> jimmy: i still don't have an answer. >> why? i was there! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think that was the subtext. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: now this is the negative thing i wanted to show you. >> oh, good. >> jimmy: i know you're not necessarily on social media but chris pratt, who is on social media and he's on instagram and twitter and all that stuff, has been tweeting on the press tour, tweeting photographs, actually posting them on instagram. and so in each one of these instagram photos -- >> it's always a bad sign when chris seems sincere about something. [ laughter ] like would you carefy took
will be good for boosting the movie. i'm like, of course. >> jimmy: he's setting you up. the selfie with jen you all wanted. here's another one. this one, just hanging with my bestie jen. here's jen and i. [ laughter ] this is another day down with me and my best buddy jen. [ laughter ] #passengersmovie. there are a lot of them. i whittled them down somewhat. that's you i guess. now, what kind of person are you? i mean, are you the kind of person who's going to take this? just let this sort of thing happen? let chris heap this kind of abuse on you? or are you going to do something about it? >> [ bleep ] it. i'm going to do something about it. >> jimmy: you are going to do something about it? >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: great, you should do something about it. wait, where -- what --
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>> jimmy: so we're out on hollywood boulevard. jennifer lawrence is here. she's very, very angry right now. guillermo, are you angry also? >> guillermo: yeah, i'm angry. >> jimmy: we're all angry. at what chris pratt has done on instagram. >> bring it in! >> jimmy: what are we bringing in? >> you'll see. >> jimmy: did you have anything to do with this? >> guillermo: no, jimmy. >> jimmy: okay. i see what's coming in, all right. yeah, bring that in. this is taking so much longer than i imagined. hi, everyone. oh, oh! see, now. oh, wow, wow.
hi, guys, how are you doing? oh, this is -- this is what he gets for being foolish, you know? >> did i get it? >> jimmy: i have an idea here too. >> what are you doing? >> jimmy: look, i have "ass" here. oh, okay, good. >> guillermo: can i help you, jimmy? >> jimmy: you can help if you want, guillermo. look at that. >> yeah. now it says "chris rat." >> oh, nice, ratt. >> jimmy: yeah, okay, a two-t'd rat. >> black, black. there we go. >> jimmy: there
>> i feel better. >> jimmy: yeah, you did the right thing here. you look lovely. we got "ass" with the arrow pointing to chris. maybe that will be a good lesson for him. >> i should have given him devil eyes. >> it's not too late. let's give him devil eyes real quick. and maybe a little devil moustache as well. and a devil beard, yeah, look at that. all right, chris. well, you know what? >> is this tagging? >> jimmy: yeah, we did just tag. you guys want spray paint? there you go. there you go, enjoy. do it to all the movies that might be competing with this one. all right, very good. there you go. don't spray us, all right? well, there you go. i want to thank jennifer lawrence, you d a
thing here. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: i want to thank guillermo, what a coincidence that you would have all this spray paint here on hand. "passengers" comes out december 21st. we'll be right back with phantogram! >> dicky: "the jimmy kimmel live" concert series is brought to you by the dick's sporting goods foundation. go to sportsmatter.org to help save youth sports.
>> dicky: "the jimmy kimmel live" concert series is brought to you by the dick's sporting goods foundation. go to sportsmatter.org to help save youth sports. >> jimmy: >> jimmy: i would first and foremost like to apologize to matt damon because we did run out of time for him. thanks to jennifer lawrence for being here. this is their album. "nightline" is next but first, their album is called "three," here with the song "same old blues," phantogram! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ ♪ and this is nothing new it's just the same old blues like a devil on my shoulder nothing left to lose ♪ ♪ you can never break my heart everything will fall apart you can never save my soul ♪ ♪ i think it's time to let me go ♪ ♪ ♪ i keep on having this dream where i'm stuck in a hole and i can't get out ♪ ♪ there's always something that's pulling me down down down ♪ ♪
♪ and this is nothing new it's just the same old blue and this is nothing new ♪ ♪ it's just the same old blues ♪ ♪ ♪ today i lost my future to the past i got nobody left i'm going nowhere fast ♪ ♪ never getting far away enough like a shadow on the sidewalk i can't shake it off ♪ ♪ you can never change my mind i think i'm running out of time you can never save my soul ♪ ♪ i think it's time to let me go ♪ ♪ i keep on having this dream where i'm stuck in a hole and i can't get out ♪ ♪ there's always something that's pulling me
down down down ♪ ♪ ♪ my heart is down on it's knees so i try oh i try but it's too late now ♪ ♪ there's always something that's pulling me down down down ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i keep on having this dream where i'm stuck in a hole and i can't get out ♪ ♪ there's always something that's pulling me down down down ♪ ♪ my heart is down on its knees and no one is hearing me screaming ♪
♪ there's always something that's pulling me down down down ♪ ♪ and this is nothing new it's just the same old blues ♪ ♪ and this is nothing new it's just the same old blues ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i don't like staying at home when the moon is bleeding red woke up stoned in the backseat ♪ ♪ from a dream where my teeth fell out of my head ♪ ♪ cut it up cut it up yeah everybody's on something here
my godsend chemical best friend ♪ ♪ skeleton whispering in my ear ♪ ♪ walk with me to the end stare with me into the abyss ♪ ♪ do you feel like letting go i wonder how far down it is ♪ ♪ ♪ nothing is fun not like before you don't get me high anymore ♪ ♪ used to take one now it's takes four you don't get me high anymore ♪ ♪ runnin through emergency rooms spinning wheels and ceiling fans my hand shake cellophane landscape ♪ ♪ mannequin fakin it the best i can ♪
♪ it's cadillac cadillac red no hands on the steering wheel i'm crashing this save-a-ho puppet show ♪ ♪ ufo obliterate the way i feel ♪ ♪ walk with me to the end stare with me into the abyss ♪ ♪ do you feel like letting go i wonder how far down it is ♪ ♪ nothing is fun not like before you don't get me high anymore ♪ ♪ used to take one now it's takes four you don't get me high anymore ♪ ♪ come on put your hands up ♪
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