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hi, i'm scott mosillo, creator of the original rainbow bagel at the bagel store in brooklyn, new york. >> peyton manning, nikolaj coster-waldau from "game of thrones" and music from perfume genius. >> tomorrow come on down and try my world famous rainbow supreme. but first, let's get the party started! whoo whoo! >> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight, espys host peyton manning. from "game of thrones," nikolaj coster-waldau. and music from perfume genius. and now, stay right there, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ]
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very exciting. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks, all of you, for coming. today was one of those -- one of those days i woke up, i cracked my neck, i brushed my teeth, i looked in the mirror and i thought, boy, am i glad i'm not donald trump jr. [ laughter ] i have that thought about three times a week, but today i said it out loud. you probably heard, back in june donald trump jr. met with a russian lawyer whoa believed had damaging information about hillary clinton to share. they met at trump tower. son-in-law in chief jared kushner and former campaign manager paul manafort were in attendance. "the new york times" broke this story, and this morning just before they were about to release a series of damning e-mails donald jr. released those e-mails himself. the e-mails
rob goldstone, a trump acquaintance who set the meeting up. he wrote, "the crown prosecutor of russia met with his father aras this morning and in their meeting offered to provide the trump campaign with some official documents and information that would incriminate hillary and her dealings with russia and would be very useful to your father. this is obviously high-level and sensitive information but is part of russia and its government support for mr. trump." a half hour later donald e-mailed back, "thanks, rob, i appreciate that. if it's what you say, i love it. especially later in the summer." and then he forwarded this to kushner and to manafort. the meeting happened. and now all has broken loose as a result of it. donald jr. is like the guy at work who opens the obviously fake document and now everyone in the office has a virus on their computer. [ laughter ] so today that russian lawyer said for an interview with nbc, where she denied having any ties to the russian government at all. >> this morning she denies claims she is connected to a
donald trump's presidency. >> have you ever worked for the russian government? do you have connections to the russian government? >> translator: no. >> jimmy: nyet means no. hold on because i want to rewind that. i noticed something. if you get right there, you see that? she has a vladimir putin refrigerator magnet. [ laughter ] she may not be connected to putin, but her refrigerator is! [ cheers and applause ] you know, maybe the most -- maybe the most interesting thing about the trumps is anytime there's a weird story if you dig just a little bit deeper it gets weirder. the guy on the evened of the e-mail chain, rob goldstone, this is a guy the trumps know from the miss universe pageant. this is him. he posts a lot of pictures of himself on facebook. [ laughter ] wearing hats and leaves in his head. he wears a lot of hats. here he is. i don't know what's -- there he is with a
it. this is the guy setting up the meeting for trump's top campaign staff. and they took that meeting. in case there was any doubt the meeting took place, this is real. this is what rob goldstone actually posted on the day of this meeting. "checked in to trump tower new york preparing for meeting." "preparing for top secret meeting with trump team and shady russian lawyer." [ laughter ] shh. and of course trump and almost every member of his team have publicly denied having any connection at all to russia at least 20 times, it's preposterous, it's a lie, it's ridiculous. but donald jr. hired a lawyer yesterday. this lawyer in the past represented members of the mafia which actually makes it -- the trumps are like the corleone family if all of them were fredo. every one of them. [ cheers and applause ] but fortunately, the good news is for donald jr. his father, the president, is very lenient when it comes to this
thing. >> she deleted the e-mails. she has to go to jail. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait a minute. maybe not. i almost feel sorry for him. could you imagine being donald trump jr.? the only thing worse than being donald trump jr. would be being donald trump jr. jr. that would be it. [ laughter ] the president did issue a statement in support of his son. he wrote, "my son is a high-quality person and i applaud his transparency." right. as soon as the "new york times" told him they were going to release his e-mails, he released his e-mails. he's about as transparent as a pumpkin. [ laughter ] it is funny, though, that after donald spent a year hammering hillary about e-mails he may finally -- this may -- he may get brought down by an e-mail. it's like rain on your wedding day. you know what i'm saying? [ laughter ] and did you see hillary clinton today? so this afternoon hillary clinton made a short statement in front of a group of her supporters in upstate new york. >> ha, ha, ha,
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i wonder why she didn't win. i can't remember. [ laughter ] anyway, if there's any lesson to be learned from all of this, it's that no one should use e-mail ever. for anything at all. the department of justice is now going to look into this. and while we wait for that to happen, team trump is moving into spin mode. and with that said we go live to washington where kellyanne conway is standing by. kellyanne, thanks for being with us. [ cheers and applause ] >> hi, jimmy. thanks for having me back. >> jimmy: let's get right to it. what are your thoughts on today's bombshell news? >> well, thank you for asking. we're very excited about the two new coal jobs we've created this month. >> jimmy: no, no. not that bombshell news. >> huh? >> jimmy: i'm talking about donald trump jr. admitting in writing he met with a russian who he hoped would have damaging information on hillary clinton. >> no, jimmy, those are alternative facts. there's absolutely no evidence to suggest he met with anyone at all. >> jimmy: well, hold on. donald jr. himself, he posted these e-mails
>> that's fake news. why would he do that? >> jimmy: i don't know why he would. but -- well, i do know why he would. because "the new york times" is going to do it. so he posted the e-mails. >> well, what are e-mails? do you even know? what's an e-mail? [ laughter ] >> an e-mail is a message you write to somebody sxels you send it online, electronically. >> yeah. what does the e stand for? >> jimmy: i've seen an e-mail. >> have you ever touched an e-mail? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, i guess not. i haven't really touched one. >> well, then, jimmy, you're what we call out of touch. [ laughter ] anyway, why are we focusing on this when we should be focusing on the fact that hillary has yet to release her she-mails >> jimmy: this has nothing to do with hillary clinton. she lost the election. that's not the point here. >> it is the point. and by the way, does there have to be a point? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean, there kind of should be. yeah, maybe. sure. >> okay. well, i jt
for you. hillary clinton has a penis. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, that's not -- i don't think that's -- >> she does. everyone should know it. >> jimmy: i don't know about that. well, thank you, kellyanne. that's kellyanne conway. [ cheers and applause ] i tell you, this story, it really is nuts about russia and trump. we've had some real plot twists. it's been quite a ride for the news media and all of us. and now the story is moving to the big screen. this story has inspired a major motion picture. it is a reboot of a classic from the '80s with a modern twist. ♪ >> vladimir has a nice home, a great job, and good friends. who are about to give him the most unusual gift. >> if our country got along with russia, that would be a good thing. [ laughter ] >> but there are a few things to keep in mind. if you expose it to the
you may hurt it. >> another blockbuster revelation this time from the "new york times." >> "the new york times" is so unfair. they write three, four articles about me a day. >> and no matter how much it begs never, ever let it tweet after midnight. because when it does it changes. >> ha, ha, ha! ha, ha, ha, ha, ha! >> this summer steven spielberg presents, "kremlins." based on a true story. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i had a feeling spielberg was involved. we're going to take a break. when we come back from the break, i will reveal the names of jay-z and beyonce's twins. and we have a new state nut. so stick around. >> dicky: abc's "jimmy kimmel live," brought to you by ford. n. shovel. mulch. brick pavers. fence posts. concrete. we're good. and wood for my castle. we got it.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. peyton manning, nikolaj co coster-waldau and music from perfume genius is all coming. first today in case didn't know, did you know it was amazon prime day? [ cheers and applause ] today is the day you can buy things on sale without having to put on any clothes or leave the house. it's as american as a holiday can get, really. and the best part is there's no need to brows. you don't even have to go on the site. amazon already knows what you want and it's on the way to your house. so. [ laughter ] you know, i always say every day is amazon prime day if you're quick enough to steal the box off your neighbor's porch. [ laughter ] today also was 7-eleven day at 7-eleven and 7-eleven gave out free slurpees. did anybody get a free slurpee today? [ applause ] i feel like a lot of you are lying. i don't know why. [ laughter ] call me old-fashioned but i don't typically like to drink anything with th
slur included. [ laughter ] yesterday here in our home state governor jerry brown signed a bill that officially declared, follow this, the almond, the pecan, the walnut and pistachio california's state nut. we have four state nuts. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] the state nut is mixed nuts is what it is. [ laughter ] i don't know how we can have four state nuts. the state flag doesn't have a mountain lion and a raccoon and a dog and a purse on it. it has a bear. it's the state animal. and plus i always thought this was our state nut. [ cheers and applause ] what a shot that is. the cast of -- you remember "jersey shore"? [ cheers ] it was like -- it was the donald trump of like ten years ago. supposedly, they're working on a reunion show that includes
original cast members snookie, sammi, jwoww, mario and luigi? i don't know. i can't remember. [ laughter ] but remember when "jersey shore" was our biggest embarrassment as a country? that was a simpler time. [ laughter ] while we're on the subject, you know what else is making a big comeback? gonorrhea. gonorrhea is on the rise in a major -- see, i told you tinder was too good to be true. [ laughter ] but doctors say gonorrhea is becoming increasingly resistant to drugs. it is now as hard to treat as it is to spell. and as a result it's spreading all over the world and there's nothing we can do about it. it's like the fidget spinner of stds right now. and i was thinking about this. beyonce and jay-z, they really missed an opportunity there. gonorrhea would have been a great name for a baby. girl, right? [ laughter ] you're read things in that aren't there. that's all. but
unusual now. the rumor is actually jay-z and beyonce named their kids roomy and sir. i hope that's not true. but we don't know the names of the twins. and i wanted to have some fun with that. this afternoon we went on the street, we asked people to congratulate beyonce and jay-z on their recent arrival with some baby names we made up. this is how that went. >> we heard that beyonce recently gave birth to twins. >> yeah. >> would you like to congratulate beyonce and jay-z on the birth of their beautiful new children cucumber and uvula? >> cucumber and uvula? >> uvula. >> okay. to the camera? >> yes. >> okay. congratulations so much. you're very lucky to have two beautiful children. >> cucumber and uvula. >> cucumber and uvula. and i wish you the best of luck. >> i. had, you heard that beyonce and jay-z recently welcomed fwinz. >> yes, that's exciting. >> would you like to krangt them on the birth of their new son and daughter, denver and omelet? >> yes. congratulations to you guys. denver and omelet are going to be huge blessings to you. >> would you like to congratulate beyonce and jay-z on the
line and retweet? >> hi, jay-z and beyonce. congratulations on landline and retweet. >> cute names, right? >> yes. >> do you know what a landline is? [ laughter ] >> would you like to congratulate beyonce and jay-z on the birth of their new babies, bebath and beyonce? >> bedbath? >> and beyonce. >> that's their babies names? congratulations bed bath and beyonce. >> would you like to congratulate jay-z and beyonce on the birth of their twins? pantene and neosporin. >> congratulations on the birth of your twins. >> neo for short. >> congratulations on your new set of twins. >> zumba and zeka. >> congratulations. zumba and zika. >> pretty names, right? >> gorgeous. very unique. >> congratulations, jay-z and beyonce, on your twins. >> bong and blunt. >> bong and blunt. congratulations on the birth of cocoa, loco, and
adorable. >> congratulations, beyonce, on megatron and -- >> bloot. >> bloot. >> congratulations on the birth of emphysema and kevin. [ laughter ] beautiful. >> cute. >> would you like to congratulate beyonce and jay-z on the birth of their twins gonorrhea and amoxicillin? >> i would like to congratulate beyonce and jay-z on the birth of their twins, gonorrhea and amoxicillin. >> moxie. >> moxie. sorry. >> congratulations on the birth of your twins be-bop and rock steady. hope you saved up for college. kids are expensive. don't recommend them. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have a good show tonight. we have music from perfume genius. from "game of thrones" nikolaj coster-waldau. and we'll be right back with peyton manning. so stick around. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by the men's wearhouse national suit drive. whoa!
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he's peter parker's friend in that movie. we'll have music from the kills, and our 11th annual belly flop competition, and our very own guillermo's interviews floyd mayweather and conor mcgregor. right? >> guillermo: that's right, jimmy. >> jimmy: did you get that today? >> guillermo: yes, today early. >> jimmy: yesterday. >> guillermo: no, today. >> jimmy: you got them today. >> guillermo: that's right. >> jimmy: why did you say yesterday? >> guillermo: because i thought it was 12:00 before midnight. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the thing about geimo is he's fun but he's not stupid, right? >> guillermo: that's right. >> jimmy: so that's all tomorrow night on the show. no professional quarterback has thrown for more yards, completed more touchdowns or eaten more papa john's pizza than our first guest tonight. he is a two-time super bowl champion and five-time nfl mvp. tomorrow night he hosts the 25th annual espys here on abc. please welcome peyton manning. [ cheers and applause ]
>> how are you? >> jimmy: i'm doing well, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] boy, i'll tell you, you -- i want to point something out. this is one of our camera guys, chris. he's -- yeah, there you go. that's chris right there. >> that's not every day he wears that? >> jimmy: that is not every day. [ cheers and applause ] he's got the socks too. yeah. please. he's really -- he's excited that you're here. a lot of people are excited that you're here. is it fun when people are excite that you're someplace? >> that's a good thing, right? >> jimmy: do you get out much now? what is it like being retired now? it's your first season. >> last fall was definitely different, jimmy. first fall in really i guess 27 years that i wasn't playing football of some sort in the fall. but
i was very much at peace with it the entire time. a lot of people told me you're going to feel anxious, don't be around football. and that just wasn't true. i went to a lot of games. but september was different. you know, when the season started being played, i had kind of an interesting month of september. i dropped my kids off at kindergarten for the very first time at school. that was big to me. >> jimmy: that is big. >> i moved into an office. i don't know what i do there. but i -- [ laughter ] i have an office. that was important. you've got to have an office. but the big move was i joined a health club, jimmy, for the first time. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. you play football you work out at facility all the time. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> that was a big move. member of the month in october, by the way. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, congratulations. [ cheers and applause ] so you're still winning. >> yeah. these are the new victories that i'm looking for. perfect attendance was the criteria. >> jimmy: that's what wins you member of the month? >> yes. >> jimmy: is there a plaque and -- >> a little star. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. with all your accomplishments that's got to be way up there. >> it's up there. it's high. >>
have to wait to become member of the month again? is it once a year -- >> yeah. that's what they say. >> jimmy: can you win every month? >> i wanted to. but they said -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think it's interesting because i would assume you have enough money to have a home gym, but do you -- >> i've saved up enough. but -- >> jimmy: that experience of going -- >> i think one thing about football, it's the ultimate team sport. so i guess more than anything what i miss is the camaraderie. >> jimmy: and showering with others, right? [ laughter ] >> of course. there's a group shower. >> jimmy: i shower alone almost every day, and it's really very lonely. [ laughter ] and sometimes i'll catch myself crying. but the water washes it away. >> i miss the showers. definitely miss the showers. >> jimmy: football has changed a lot since you started. i was looking it up today because i was wondering how you ranked among fantasy players. i know that doesn't really mean anything. but in many lists you're the number one fantasy quarterback of all time. do you take any pride
all? [ cheers and applause ] and do you like it when people tell you you're part of their fantasy team? >> well, there's no doubt that fantasy football is extremely popular. >> jimmy: sure. >> and anything that gets people watching the game is good. but sometimes a fantasy football owner and my goals are different. okay? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes. >> i'll be at an airport and somebody will be like great game yesterday. i'm like, we lost 35-34. yeah, you threw five touchdowns. [ laughter ] and vice versa. hey, what the heck happened last night? we won 10-7. they're like you didn't throw any touchdowns. [ laughter ] once again we're on different pages here. >> jimmy: it is interesting, yeah. >> i like the diehard fans that are going to watch their team no matter what, that aren't going to turn the channel if their receiver on fantasy football is not in the game. i like the diehards. >> jimmy: it is weird, guys changing constantly and following several games. and sometimes rooting for both teams in one game. >> i'm not for that. we
of my career, and we beat them on the last drive of the game. right? so i'm going into the locker room. and i've always thrown my hat and my sweat bands up into the crowd. you find a id, right? even a kid who was a buffalo fan, probably going to want a sweatband or a hat or something. i threw it to one kid. oh, my gosh, thanks. i threw my had to aad i take another one, i throw it to this this kid in a big buffalo bills jersey. he throws it right back in my face. [ laughter ] and i'm like, i like that kid. he likes his team, right? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: you have to respect it. >> i like the diehards. >> jimmy: you played golf. when did you play golf with president trump? >> that was just about a month ago. >> jimmy: how does that happen? >> i was in town in d.c. for a banquet. i was receiving a very nice award in a ford's theater called the lincoln medal. so i was in town, and the president and a lot of the politicians were going to be at the banquet. so they knew i was in town, and the white house called and said hey, the
are you available? and i've got to tell you, jimmy, i had a lot of people tell me not to do it. >> jimmy: who told you not to do it? >> just -- you did. and -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] but to me no matter what your beliefs are, i heard arnold palmer say one time, if the president of the united states ever asks you to play golf you do it. it's a no-brainer. and it was a fantastic experience. rode in the motorcade over there. and i've never felt safer playing golf. right? [ laughter ] 30 golf carts behind us. >> jimmy: because usually golf courses are very dangerous places. >> they are. [ laughter ] so i felt safe. but he was a great host. he loves sports. and we passed through a number of groups. he was very gracious. he took a picture with the groups that we passed through. and so i've had a chance to play with president bush before. if president obama or president clinton asked me i'd be there in a heartbeat. it was just the experience of playing wit
pretty cool to me. and i think it would have been almost un-american to say no. >> jimmy: did he cheat -- did he cheat when you played? >> no. >> jimmy: sam jackson was here. he said he cheats. >> i counted his strokes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: would you have called him out if you determined that he was indeed cheating? >> i think i would have. i would have. yeah. >> jimmy: okay. good. >> he played honest. and he gives a lot of putts now. he will give you a lot of putts. he expects those to be reciprocated. >> jimmy: i see. do you feel like you have to let him win? >> we were on the same team, and we won. it was a sbrirkbig victory. i felt the pressure. i wanted to do my job to help us win. so it worked out. >> jimmy: you helped elevate the president's mood. who knows? you might have saved north korea. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] peyton manning is here. he's the host of the espys. we'll be right back. which one of you has been eating all the cheetos snacks?
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>> jimmy: nothing ever goes perfectly. it's always -- there's always something. but this is a big deal. do you feel comfortable about it? >> well, it's a lot like a game week. i can really relate to it. you do put a lot of time in preparing and rehearsing and kind of deciding what plays might work and what won't work. but i've been coming to this show for a long time. i was there when you hosted. you did a good job. >> jimmy: thank you very much. >> you ought to think about -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i hosted with lebron actually. >> yeah. >> jimmy: we hosted together. do you worry when you're in the audience at the espys that somebody's going to make fun of you? >> absolutely. but i think athletes for the most part have pretty thick skin. >> jimmy: i think so too. >> but i think it's different, jimmy. if i make fun of an athlete, at least i've kind of been there. when they get made fun of by like an unathletic comedian it's kind of different. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right. i'm trying to think of some examples, but -- [ laughter ] >> yeah. norm mcdonald. >> jimmy: like norm mcdonald for instance. >> i was not talking about you. >> jimmy: lu take it easy on the
>> well, like i said, because i played, there are certain places that i won't go that maybe a comedian or entertainer would go. but i do think if you play sports you go up in a locker room, you've got to have thick skin. players are constantly giving each other a hard time. and that's part of it. so i think we'll find some creative ways to maybe, you know, do some things along those lines. >> jimmy: did you use when you were running the team as a quarterback, did you use comedy to bring guys together? was there kind of a plan that you had? >> well, it's funny. so you sit in these meetings. half the time in football you're signature in these meetings just watching film. so i courted like clark w. griswold from "vacation" in the middle of a football meeting and nobody knew what i was talking about. [ laughter ] so i sent them home, the rookies, with some homework. i said i need you to go watch "vacation," "fletch," "the jerk," "stripes," and "caddyshack." [ applause ] these are right
"gone with the wind," right? >> jimmy: above "gone with the wind." >> i agree. and they came back and they were like, we didn't think it was funny, i couldn't finish it. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> totally backfired on me. but i was trying to get on the same wavelength where you could communicate and use a quote from, you nknow razis kichlt frm "stripes." that didn't work. >> jimmy: you've got to watch their movies i guess. do you know what you will wear as host? will you wear a cup? >> i will. a mouthpiece. [ laughter ] yeah. i've tried to be a little more low maintenance i think than past hosts. >> jimmy: okay. >> i'm wearing one suit. i'm bringing it myself. i'm not having anybody dress me. i don't really know what that means. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you won't have little birds like cinderella put their -- >> not yet. i guess tomorrow night i could change my mind. >> jimmy: you should really reconsider that. and the most important thing is what you're wearing. tom brady,
great quarterback? do you feel like you have to leave him be or is he -- >> no. like i said, the patriots won the super bowl. so they are obviously a part of the show. i think the one thing that i will do from the get-go and really throughout the show, jimmy, is make fun of myself pretty heavily. i don't take myself too seriously. i think it's important to laugh at yourself. so i'm doing that a lot, which i think gives me a pretty good platform to, you know, maybe have fun with anybody else. >> jimmy: okay. >> yeah, tom's fair game tomorrow. >> jimmy: oh, tom is fair game. very good. well, i look forward to seeing it. it will be fun watching you do that. peyton manning's the host of the 45th espys tomorrow night, 8:00 here on abc. we'll be right back with nikolaj coster-waldau. [ cheers and applause ]
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coster-waldau. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ so i want to start off with some unpleasantness if you don't mind. but the last time you were here ---ing by the way, kit harington, jon snow, was here last night on our program. last time you were here i asked you is jon snow really dead? and you swore to me -- >> he was. >> jimmy: that he was dead. >> he was. he was. >> jimmy: i said was he dead for good? >> i -- you know, i don't remember you -- you didn't phrase it like that. >> jimmy: i didn't phrase it like that? >> no. but the thing is jon snow is dead. jon stark targaryen has risen from the dead. >> jimmy: oh. >> i mean, i'm just making that up. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're just making these up, yeah.
so maybe there was a little bit of a caveat there. >> maybe. >> jimmy: or maybe you're like donald trump jr. and you just make things up. >> he wouldn't do that, would he? >> jimmy: no, he would never do that. by the way, you are from denmark. you live in denmark. >> yes. >> jimmy: did you just come in specifically for in? >> yes, i did. >> jimmy: did you bring your whole family with you? >> no. my wife's from greenland, and we have a little house in the south of greenland. they're up there now. >> jimmy: i love that your wife's from greenland. i never met anyone from greenland. >> there are only 55,000. sow know, you have to be lucky. >> jimmy: you got one of them. >> i got one of them. [ laughter ] and then they're just -- it's just the most beautiful place. it's the south of greenland. they actually sent me some pictures. they've been out by -- >> jimmy: oh, i heard about this. >> i shouldn't be bragging here, but my -- >> jimmy: you should always brag about your kids. >> my youngest daughter, she just caught her first trout. >> jimmy: i'll hold them up in the proper way. she just caught her first trout. nice.
that's beautiful. >> my two daughters sitting there having a good time. then here we go. >> jimmy: this is -- how old is your daughter? >> she's 13. >> jimmy: oh, that's a good one. >> i know. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is a good-looking fish. well, that's -- yeah. that's all right. what kind of -- >> they're going to hate me now. i'm suddenly realizing i didn't ask if that was -- >> jimmy: i by the way heard you had these. i brought some pictures. my daughter last week caught her first trout. >> really? >> jimmy: and i'm not kidding. this is absolutely true. she's only 3 years old. but i gave her a little spin rod. and then to our surprise we actually caught a trout. and the trout was smoking something orange when it came out. [ laughter ] but yeah. good. >> how did she react when she caught it? >> jimmy: she didn't know what the hell was going on. >> no. >> jimmy: first of all, when -- well, i helped her cast it. she wanted -- like ten seconds went by. she's like where's the fish? so patience is not one of her great qualities. and then weirdly we wound up catching a trout rather quickly. >>
sometimes can wait days for a trout, right? >> jimmy: some people go years. yeah. >> exactly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how about your daughter? did she know she was going to catch something? >> no. no. i mean, they were catching stuff all the time, like small fish. bay proper trout is -- >> jimmy: did they release it or did they eat it? >> they ate it. >> jimmy: we released it. yeah. we're civilized. [ laughter ] i would have ate that one that your daughter caught. for absolutely sure. you did something so crazy, and i don't even understand how you got involved in this. but you in greenland -- >> oh, yes. >> jimmy: -- were -- who asked you to do this? >> well, i'm a goodwill ambassador for the undp. which is like they have these 17 goals. climate change is one of them. >> jimmy: okay. >> and greenland, you can see the effects of climate change. and then we miraculously hooked up with google maps. they do those trackers. they track around the world. >> jimmy: right. >> this is -- exactly. >> jimmy: this is
image search on google maps for this area of greenland, this photograph, you took this yourself. >> i did. i trekked. i walked around up there. it was an amazing experience. >> jimmy: that's weird that you would be asked to do this. isn't it? >> i know. but that's the thing. >> jimmy: aren't you busy with the show? >> no, no. no. i've got plenty of time. but the idea was to -- because we did that and we also went into some glaciers -- >> jimmy: is this your shadow? >> i actually tried another spot. because i thought i'm never going to get this chance again. so i found this spot and i was -- i had to pee. so i peed. i was hoping to catch the shadow of the pee. [ laughter ] and i know i did but they didn't post tun fortunately. >> jimmy: too smart for that over at google. i think we have another picture of you actually taking the photographs wearing that thing. >> yeah. >> jimmy: seems like the guy who was taking the photograph of you taking the photographs could have taken the photographs i
[ laughter ] >> i know. but then we were trying to bring attention to the melting and the receding glaciers. >> jimmy: "game of thrones." as you know, i love this show and i'm very excited about the new season of the show. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's a good show. >> jimmy: there are so many people in the cast. and we were talking to kit last night about there are certain people you that don't really -- characters that have never been in scenes together that are major characters and it's kind of weird when you think about it because you're all on the same show together. but who do you hang around with the most when -- as far as off camera goes? >> well, whoever's there really. gwendolyn christie. last year i spent a lot of time with lena and with hathor who plays the mountain. he's the second strongest man in the world. >> jimmy: is he really the second -- >> apparently so. that's what he tells me. i am the second strongest man in the world. >> jimmy: he doesn't have his eyes set on that number one spot? >> he does. and he believes he was cheated this year. >> jimmy: oh, he was? >> but that's aho
conspiracy. i don't want to get into that. but anyway, he always works out. so one day we -- and he said, do you want to come work out? i said yeah, let's do it. and i brought david wise and david benioff the two producers. so we were going to work out with the mountain. we walk into a gym and everyone just stops because he's like a mountain. so we're doing dead lifts and that was ridiculous because he was like doing one armed and we couldn't barely lift it. but then i thought okay, he's big, let's -- i was going to test him just using my body weight. so we were doing pull-ups and all that. and you know, he's wearing -- he's a heavy guy. so he -- so i beat him there. >> jimmy: oh, you beat him in pull-ups? >> yeah. >> jimmy: wait a minute. [ applause ] in a way that makes you the strongest man in the world. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. i wasn't going to say that myself. >> jimmy: well, congratulations. >> i have to -- the truth, though, is that i have to be
honest. i mean, they're the producers. dan weiss actually beat me. >> jimmy: dan weiss is the strongest man in the world. the mountain has been demoted to the third strongest man in the world. >> it's terrible. >> jimmy: well, congratulations anyway. it's still a remarkable achievement. will jaime lannister survive to season 8? be honest this time. >> i don't know. >> jimmy: that's honest at least. well, it's very good to see you. i can't wait to see the show. sunday night "game of thrones" season 6 premieres on hbo. nikolaj coster-waldau, everybody. we'll be right back with perfume genius. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: "the jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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