tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC January 25, 2012 12:00am-1:05am EST
up next, on an all-new "jimmy kimmel live" -- >> president obama gave his annual state of the union address tonight. and the state of the union for 2012 is kentucky. congratulations. >> elizabeth banks. >> i directed a porno. it's two girls. one's vacuuming. and one's ironing a shirt. [ laughter ] >> ben mckenzie. and music from mindless behavior.
>> jimmy: hi. i'm jimmy kimmel. you caught me at a bad time. i'm about to have a meeting online, with the help of gotomeeting. first, let me get my business partner, adam carolla. hi, adam. >> hi, jimmy. if you don't mind me saying so, you look extra handsome today. >> jimmy: i don't mind you saying that at all. i guess that's h.d. video conferencing for you. let's get guillermo on the line here, too. hello, guillermo? >> hola. >> hola, guillermo. como esta? >> estoy bien. did you know with gotomeeting, is so easy, you can join a meeting with just one click? even from a mobile device? >> jimmy: oh. it almost looks like you're reading.
but, no. i didn't know that. >> well, you can. dumbass. >> jimmy: all right. let's get this meeting going. i hereby call this meeting to order. on the agenda today, new ideas for the show. guillermo, what do you have? >> i don't have nothing. >> jimmy: all right. adam, what do you have? >> yeah. i don't have anything either, boss. >> jimmy: all right. good meeting. adjourned. >> dicky: visit gotomeeting.com to try it free for 30 days. >> jimmy: "jimmy kimmel live" is back in two minutes, with ben mckenzie, music from mindless behavior and elizabeth banks.
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♪ it's jimmy kimmel live [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. thank you very much. hi, i'm jimmy. i'm the host of this show. thank you for watching and being here. i'll tell you what. here in our neighborhood on a good day. hollywood is abuzz today, with news of the oscar nominations which were announced this morning. did any of you get nominated? me, neither. i got up at 4:00 a.m. i spent the whole morning to call celebrities to wake them up and tell them they were nominated. [ laughter ] sorry, abigail bresmin. they can wait until brunch. almost not worth getting nominated, getting up that early. surprise nominees, including
nick nolte, who was nominated for best supporting actor, for his work in the film "warrior." it's his first major nomination, since 2002, when he was nominated for most maniacal mug shot. the nominations were announced this morning by jennifer lawrence and another young, new face you might recognize. [ laughter ] >> and finally, the film nominated in the category of best pictures are -- "war horse." "the artist," moneyball," "the descendants," "the tree of life," and the winner is, "the artist." congratulations to, everybody. now, you don't need to wait. good night. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was a little
bit -- morton scorsese's movie "hugo," received more nominations than any, 11 in all. though it's impressive, where was the nominations for "ship wrecked." when will the academy recognize the achievements of chipmunk-american actors. "war horse," was nominated. but the star is in controversy because of a revealing tape going around the internet. i'm not sure this is the star of "war horse," hasn't confirmed or denied it. if it isn't, there's quite a resemblance. look at this. [ laughter ] keep the bridle on. it was a very special day today. not only the oscar nominations. but apparently, today was national peanut butter day. or if you a peanut allergy, it
was national throat closing day. [ laughter ] i learned a couple of interesting facts about peanuts today. the average american consumes more than six pounds of peanut products every year. six pounds is a lot. and george washington carver, his last words were, screw peanuts. he grew to despise them. he did. by the way, i'm not sure why. but there are three national peanut holidays per year. there's national peanut butter today. and march 1st, is national peanut lovers day. and april 2nd, is national peanut butter and jelly day. how did peanuts get more holidays than jesus? [ laughter and applause ] we want to do something special to celebrate national peanut butter day. so, we went out on hollywood boulevard to ask people, people with a mouth full of peanut butter, what they thought of the oscar nominations.
>> what movie do you hope wins the oscar this year? >> i hope "midnight in paris" wins the oscar. >> who is in that? >> woody allen is a superior director. >> the movie that's going to win the oscar this year, is going to be "war horse." >> why? >> a good movie. real dramatic. good movie. >> what was your favorite part of the movie "the help"? >> the -- >> "the descendants." >> what did you like about "the descendants"? >> i liked george clooney. he's a good actor. >> your favorite actor? what have you seen lately? anything good? >> the thing -- >> what did you like about "the descendants"?
>> it was -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you have to take your peanut butter. [ applause ] we killed two people. but it was worth it. [ laughter ] president obama gave his annual state of the union address tonight. and the state of the union for 2012 is kentucky. congratulations. [ laughter ] i saw in an article online today about there's a state of the union drinking game, where people drink. let me just say this, if you really are playing the state of the union drinking game, you're probably an alcoholic. [ laughter ] tonight, president obama focused on four areas he believes are the keys to restoring economic security. energy, manufacturing, education, and tv shows about
cupcakes, which we love. if you missed the speech tonight, here's a bit of how it went. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: damn this national peanut butter day. yesterday, mitt romney, who is hoping to run against president obama, released his tax returns from the last two years. and what we suspected all along has finally been confirmed. he's rich. [ laughter ] romney and his wife earned more than $42 million in the last two years. and only paid about 15% in taxes. in fairness, he has a lot of expenses. his just for side burns budget a lone is $300,000 a year. the republican primary is heating up. and so are the celebrity endorsements. i don't know if these kinds of endorsements actually help the candidates. but the celebrities like to give them because it makes them feel more important. last night, the show "the insider," gave a recap of which
celebrities have endorsed which republican candidate. and let me tell you, it's quite a group. >> newly announced, chuck norris. team ron paul, being endorsed by kelly clarkson and vince vaughn. team mitt, with sidney crawford, the ozzies and julianne hough. and team santorum -- >> jimmy: that is 27 votes, right? i don't decide who i vote for until i see who the gosselins endorse. did any of you watch the debate from florida last night? mitt romney really went after newt gingrich. he was unusually aggressive. we're going to show you a clip from it. but we're in the oscar spirit today because the nominations came out. we decided, instead, to take a cue from the newly-nominated film, "the artist." it's a silent film. if you've seen the movie, you know how intense something, in this case, a debate, can be. even without words. ♪
♪ [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was good. some good news for lovers in canada. an all-canadian version of "the bachelor" is coming to canada [ cheers and applause ] oh, yeah. i hope that free health care covers syphilis. most canadians aren't familiar with "the bachelor," because it
airs in the winter when they hibernate. they already have the american version. this is as close as we've come to declaring war on canada. meanwhile, a new season of "the bad girls' club" aired on oxygen the other night. if you haven't seen "the bad girls' club," the basic premise is, they put a bunch of female prisoners together in a house. it's the same idea as prison. there was a big fight. punches were thrown. hair was pulled. they trashed the house. when they got tired of that, they jumped in the bad girls mobile, whatever they call it, and drove to a club for dancing, drinking and some vomiting. >> look at your kneecaps, baby girls. oh, baby needs a napkin. >> gia puked. >> i will buy you a new pair of
jeans. >> she wouldn't have gotten puked on. her jeans didn't cost that much money. i should have puked on your ugly-ass face. >> jimmy: these are lovely women. that was an entertaining clip. we've come up with a way to make it more entertaining. we took the real dialogue from that incident or whatever it was, and used google translate to translate it from english into chinese. then, we translated the chinese into romanian. the romanian into yiddish. and the yiddish back into english. and for real, we did this. and this is exactly how it turned out. >> look at your baby down. the child's a tissue. >> who was up? >> gaea. >> gaea had up? >> do you want to buy a new pair of jeans. >> if this is what we must do, i will buy you jeans. this is not a problem. if a female is not there, she will not be puked on. i should be better than your
ugly-ass face. >> jimmy: my mother told me to stay away from women. starbucks made a big announcement yesterday. recently, starbucks has been serving beer and wine at some of their locations in seattle and poefr portland. it's been a success. they're expanding. they're going to start serving alcohol here in southern california, then, atlanta and chicago. then, all over the country. that means they should probably get a few more bathroom keys, for one. i don't know if i like this. how sad is it going to be when you end up spending new year's eve partying at starbucks. maybe it's the booze talking. but that mermaid is starting to look really good. [ laughter ] one more thing. we showed a wonderful clip on the show last night. maybe one of my favorite clips ever. it's the video of a former marine, adam, and his buddy, allen. they went on a road called the orlando slingshot.
adam was nervous about going on the ride. he asked the ride operator for a countdown, before he launched them into the air. and fortunately for us, he did not get that countdown. >> here we go. >> here we go. >> [ bleep ]. >> here we go. >> can you give us a countdown. >> a countdown for you. [ screaming ] >> there was no countdown. what kind of countdown was that? >> jimmy: there was not even one there. [ cheers and applause ] it's a great clip. and i was curious to hear the full story behind this miracle of comedy. tonight, from florida, brand-new youtube sensations, adam. hi, guys. >> hey. >> jimmy: i'm going to ask you a question in three, two -- hey. who -- first of all, who decided
to go on this ride? >> that would be me. >> jimmy: you. and, adam, why did you go along with allen on it? are you usually scared of rides like this? >> most of them. >> jimmy: most of them. well, when you're scared of rides, orlando is really the perfect place to live, isn't it? >> of course. >> jimmy: for those who don't know, you're in afghanistan. >> yeah. >> jimmy: what was the scariest thing that happened to you over there? >> i don't really want to talk about it. >> jimmy: when it happened, did you scream like dakota fanning? [ laughter ] i'll take that as a yes. [ laughter ] >> that was the best view i've gotten so far. >> jimmy: you know, there's nothing wrong with screaming. i scream every time i see a squirrel. [ laughter ] allen, did you know adam was a screamer like this? >> i did not, actually. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: do you think a countdown would have helped? >> no. >> for me. >> no. >> jimmy: just ruined all countdowns in the future for you? if you hear the top-40 countdown, will you freak out? >> for a few years. >> jimmy: who actually posted the video on youtube? >> that was me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're a very good friend. [ cheers and applause ] adam, did he tell you he was posting it? or did you just find out? >> yeah. he told me. >> jimmy: he told you. >> i was like all about it and everything. really? i did not know that it was going to get so many hits on it. i was really shocked about it. >> jimmy: how many views does it have now? >> like 860,000-something. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and it's posted under screaming marine, right? yeah. >> i have a story behind that if you want to hear that. >> jimmy: i would like to hear it. >> originally, i posted as, that
was not a countdown, with an exclamation point at the end. of course, that night we went out, and we were talking to some friends. and we showed to them. and basically, they turn to adam and go, you're a marine, right? yeah. well, why don't you repost it, screaming marine? >> jimmy: well, i think your friends were right, i have to say. adam, is there a plan to get back at allen for this? >> i don't know of one right now. but, you know, i'll think of one sooner or later. >> jimmy: are you a single guy? >> yes, i am. >> jimmy: now, do you think this is going to help? [ laughter ] >> i'm throwing myself out there. >> jimmy: well, thank you, guys, for talking to us. it's very funny. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for posting it for all of us to enjoy. adam and allen, everyone. thanks, guys. [ cheers and applause ]
tonight on the show, from "southland," ben mckenzie is here. we have music from mindless behavior. and we'll be right back with elizabeth banks. so, stick around. [ cheers and applause ] [ male announcer ] how about we make a big change for just a little money? let's start with a paint we know can do the job. new glidden duo paint plus primer. ♪ one coat does double duty. ♪ and fits our budget perfectly. so there's a brand-new room right where the old one used to be. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the home depot. new glidden duo paint plus primer only at the home depot and starting at only $24.97 a gallon.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: okay. welcome back. tonight on the program, the star of "southland" on tnt, ben mckenzie, is with us. and then, a talented group of young men. some are calling them the next jackson 5. this is their album called "number one girl." mindless behavior is here. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night, we'll be joined by cuba gooding jr., from "modern family," sarah hyland will be here. and we'll have music from big freedia. and then, on thursday, andre agassi, j.b. smoove, and music from seal.
join us then. i want to point out. we have three ladies who are here. and they're apparently looking for trouble in los angeles. they're leaving at 9:00 in the morning. [ cheers and applause ] they made all sorts of unspeakable acts since they've been here, correct? yes. and now, you're unfortunately having to speak about them. and i noted in the warm-up, when we come out and chat with the audience, that one of you is dressed like aquaman. can you stand up for a second? we can have a look at that. [ cheers and applause ] undoubtedly, to be eaten by a shark is punishment for that. give my love to your friends under the sea, okay? [ laughter ] >> thank you.
>> jimmy: first guest tonight is an emmy-nominated actress who played characters ranging from first lady laura bush in "w," to miri in "zach and miri make a porno." she has range. next up, she tries to talk sam worthington down in the thriller "man on a ledge." it opens in theaters this friday. please, say hello to elizabeth banks. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] how are you? >> great. how are you? >> jimmy: great. doing well, thank you. i heard you're real excited that the patriots are going to the super bowl. >> well, i'm from massachusetts. so, yes. they're, you know, the hometown team. it's very exciting. >> jimmy: are you a football fan? or do you pretend? >> i love football. my husband wrote a book on fantasy football. and i've got a lot of points with the husband backstage. >> jimmy: that's serious. he wrote a book about it, huh? >> we're kind of into it. but i grew up on baseball, actually. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. are you a red sox fan, as well?
>> i'm a red sox fan. but i grew up in a house divided. we grew up in western massachusetts. and we're closer to albany and new york than to boston. so, my father growing up listened to new york radio. so, he always listened to the yankees. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> my mother's from boston. so, her whole family are red sox fans. >> jimmy: i'm surprised there wasn't a killing in the home there. >> you'd be surprised. and when we first got -- the kids, the four of us kids. and three went one way. i'm a red sox person. and my sister had a huge crush on dan mattingly growing up? >> jimmy: really? >> i don't know what it was. she loves don mattingly. i think she has a thing for the mustache. her and my dad sort of went that way. the red sox are -- >> jimmy: that's interesting. your mom and dad kind of pair off. or they go to each other's different team. it's almost like you're picking
in advance who you would be with if they got divorced. >> wow. that's kind of terrible. terrible to think about. yeah. you know, the red sox, though, it's red sox nation, is the whole thing. >> jimmy: it seems like people of boston, they do love the patriots. but baseball is so much more important than football. >> in middle school, the red sox went to the world series. and i remember the teachers coming to class. and we didn't have school. they all got tickets. and we didn't have to do school. we had to make posters for them to hold up. and we were so excited. it was like our patriotic duty. our civic duty. >> jimmy: really? >> to try to get our teachers on tv with the signs. >> jimmy: did any of them get on? >> they did. we were so excited. out there by the green monster. >> jimmy: it was worth them violating child labor laws. >> absolutely. and it was great for us. an art project. >> jimmy: yeah, sure. why not? better than most art projects, i guess. how old were you when you moved to california, to l.a.? >> i was in my mid-20s when i moved here.
>> jimmy: you were. so, after college? >> after college. after grad school. after living in new york. >> jimmy: did you know people out here? >> i came out with one friend. broke as a joke. you have to have a car here. i had never had a car before. i go to the place where everyone goes. rent a wreck. and i got myself a wreck. and it routinely broke down. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and my one friend, this girl i met through college, friends that i lived with, i was going to buy a bed. i didn't have anything. and i might buy a used bed. and she was like, that is a horrible idea. and to this day, she's a great friend. >> jimmy: you credit her, yes. >> i do. >> jimmy: that's wise. >> i went and bought a real -- my first real bed on my own. and i couldn't afford the delivery, you know, fee. so, i strapped it -- >> jimmy: at the mattress store. >> no, i strapped the mattress to the top of my rent a wreck.
>> jimmy: great. >> went really badly. and i'm actually pretty handy with that stuff. but i remember it was cables. i couldn't do anything. i'm not a big person. i couldn't lift the thing. mattresses are heavy. >> jimmy: and they're not solid. they move around on the top. >> and more importantly, flap in the wind. and i almost caught -- i could literally feel the car -- like a sail, taking me away, on, like, the freeway. i'm going to cause a huge pileup. >> jimmy: did you get rid of that mattress? >> that mattress is long gone. it smelled like rice cakes. like -- it wasn't used. but i just cheaped out on the mattress. no more. >> jimmy: now, where do you live now? do you live here? >> i live in los angeles. i live sort of -- i live near this mountain conservancy land. i'm constantly battling wild animals. >> jimmy: battling in what way? >> they're constantly in my space. i came home -- i've had bobcats and mountain lions andtes.
>> jimmy: wow. >> the other night, i had like the true nemesis, a skunk, was posted up in my driveway, right by my front door. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> i pull up in my car. thank god i saw the skunk before i jumped out of the car. and i thought, i can't go -- there's no way i'm going in there. i called my husband. i said, turn on the lights and see if we can scare it away or something. so, he's in the window. we're on the phone. and i'm watching. i'm literally tracking a skunk in front of my house. it started walking. i'm driving forward. and then, i'm going in reverse. and going backwards. if i lose sight of this thing and it hides out in the bush in front of my front door, and i run in -- >> jimmy: you're skunked. >> i'm skunked if this goes off on me. i was 20 minutes a hostage in my car, outside of my house, waiting for the skunk to decide where it wanted to go. >> jimmy: it left? >> i had to get brave and make a mad dash.
my husband opened the door. and i had a mad dash. >> i hope he got it on video. >> i tried on my camera phone. it didn't work out. >> jimmy: skunks are kind of beautiful animals, really, when you get a look at them up close. they look like they've been just washed. >> they're slow and sweet. when they smell, it feels like they're punching you in the face. >> jimmy: have you been trapped by a skunk before? >> i had dogs that were. and we had to do the tomato bath. you have to keep them outside. it's disgusting. >> jimmy: what if you put a skunk in a tomato bath. i wonder if that would take it away. >> i don't think so. >> jimmy: i think the mo tomato bath is a myth started by the campbell's company. >> that and peanut butter. >> jimmy: and the dogs lick themselves off. >> self-cleaning process gets started. >> jimmy: you and your husband work together when he's not writing about fantasy football, which is a great scam by the way. i'm writing a book about it, honey. >> we produce things together.
brownsville productions. we just produced a movie called "pitch perfect," in baton rouge, louisiana. >> jimmy: what is it about? >> it's a funny movie, set in the world of a cappella singing. and it starts with rebel wilson, and anna kendrick. >> jimmy: is that a real thing? >> yeah. >> jimmy: a cappella singer competition. >> the sing-off. it's a thing. people do it. >> jimmy: does everybody know about this except me? >> did you go to college? >> jimmy: yeah, sure. we had basketball. >> yes. that also happens in college. you're athletic. these guys are, you know -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> this is not an athletic group of people that we made a movie about. >> jimmy: it's a comedy? >> a comedy. it's really funny. the hardest i've ever worked. >> jimmy: what do you do, producing? is there real work involved? >> my favorite thing, frankly, i directed a porno.
the fake porno for a scene in a frat house. >> jimmy: that is fun, wow. >> it was the craziest cast i was part of. >> jimmy: why did you direct it? >> there was no one else to direct. it felt ly skeeyv. i said, hey, let me film you. it felt gross to have some dude do it. >> jimmy: did it work? >> it's great. it's the most bizarre porno. it's essentially two girls. one's vacuums. and one's ironing a shirt. [ laughter ] it's a true fetish piece. >> jimmy: sure. wow. you get a roomba in there. >> one takes out a duster at one point. things start to get crazy. >> jimmy: well, you know, we'll take a break. we'll talk about your movie that's coming out on friday. it's called "man on a ledge." elizabeth banks is here. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ]
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he's going to hit you. >> this is my siege. >> come on. clear the window. what are you doing? >> jimmy: there you go. that's the new movie. i like that. it's called "man on a ledge." and there he is. >> that's the basic premise of the movie. i play an nypd negotiator and my job is to find out why he's out there and bring him in. >> jimmy: that's a real job, negotiator, right? >> it is. i met people who do that job. it's actually -- there's so little fun things about it. it's a scary proposition to have someone's life in your hands. they do it with great humor. they say, look. there's people we can help. and there's people that are just [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: what are you going to do? >> like for minutes that you can't help. this guy's on the ledge.
their motto is jumpers jump. if you want to off yourself, you go up to the top of the building and you go over. if you're still hanging out by the time i put my pants on and have a coffee and go uptown and come and find you -- >> jimmy: you want somebody -- >> you want to be helped. >> jimmy: jumpers jump. >> they have a decent track record. >> jimmy: i would think so. if jumpers jump, and you're the one talking to them, you might be part of the reason they went. >> this is the problem. then, if they still go over, after you get there, you really messed up. >> jimmy: yeah. that would be a demerit on your -- >> it's depressing. >> jimmy: i would think so. what's the idea? you try to know their name? i just know from movies how to do this. >> you know what? well, i -- you know, this is -- i said my character might do this. it might do this. sam worthington is out there. if i flirt with this guy, is that something you would do in real life? and the negotiator said, do
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next guest is back on tv and up in l.a. his show is called "southland." it airs tuesday nights at 10:00 on tnt. please, say hello to ben mckenzie. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] how are you? >> i'm great. you made me feel old there. nine years. >> jimmy: on thursday, it will have been nine years. when we started, "the o.c.," that was the biggest thing going. now, you're in your fourth season already of this show, right? >> crazy. >> jimmy: last time you were here, the show was on nbc. and now, it's on tnt. >> we're on basic cable now. >> jimmy: that's not bad. >> we can curse more. >> jimmy: nice. >> honestly, the biggest change, is there's more nudity. >> jimmy: there was nudity on nbc? >> a little bit. and now, there's a lot more nudity. >> jimmy: really? that's good, right? >> not so much with me.
we're not on premium cable. that thankfully limits what we can show there. >> jimmy: who is nude on the show? >> mainly, the ladies. >> jimmy: the ladies, yeah. >> isn't that always the way? slight applause there. i like that. the ladies. i'm kind of a slut this year. >> jimmy: why are you a slut in year? what's going on with you? >> i like the applause for being a slut. >> jimmy: it's rare that you hear a man describe himself that way. >> i hate to bag on my character. but he's kind of sleeping around. he's sleeping with pretty much any female that will allow him. >> jimmy: and how is that different from what guys normally would do? [ laughter ] >> that's a fair point. a fair point. >> jimmy: did something happen? >> i think he's kind of going -- he becomes infamous from this viral incident. he punches a teenager in the face in the episode that airs tonight. and he -- >> jimmy: a girl?
>> a girl. a teenage girl. who spits in his face. >> jimmy: oh, okay. uh-huh. >> and somebody records it on his cell phone video camera. it goes viral. and he's infamous. now, women are now sleeping with him because he's famous from that. >> jimmy: what? >> yeah. it's pretty perverse. >> jimmy: weirder stuff happens in real life. if you think about it. like the menendez brothers end up getting married in jail. i know the show is popular with actual police officers. >> it is. >> jimmy: why do you think it is more popular than other police shows? >> i think we try to be as realistic as possible. the stories we take come from real cops' stories, about what happened to them on the job. we shoot on the streets of l.a. the episode tonight, we shoot in a housing project in watts.
we're really there. >> jimmy: and the style, the way you shoot it, is kind of like a documentary style like what you see on the real police shows. "cops" that sort of thing. >> exactly. that's what we're trying to do. and it's improvisational how we shoot the show. we shoot on h.d. cameras. we bleep the language, like they do on "cops." it's similar to that. >> jimmy: has this given you an in with actual police officers? >> everybody's always asking, have you ever gotten out of any tickets or anything like that? >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> so -- >> jimmy: have you gotten out of any tickets or anything? >> so -- how do i tell the story without sounding like a total jerk. so, audi gave me an r.a. sports car. >> jimmy: for a week? just long in uf to want to keep it? >> yeah. i paid them about $200,000 worth. i decided i would take the car
somewhere to test it. i went to palm springs with my girlfriend at the time. we're driving back on the 10 freeway. and having a little bit of a fight with my girlfriend. and i'm not really paying attention to the road. and sure enough, a cop pulls up behind me. lights me up. and i'm freaking out. you know? i mean, i had my license on me. the car isn't registered to me, though, obviously. i don't have my insurance. for that car. so, i'm trying to figure out how i'm going to explain this to him. i get the flashlight in the face. and he says license and registration, please. i give him my license. i said, officer, sorry, i was having a fight with my girlfriend. totally threw her under the bus. >> jimmy: great. >> and i'm like, interesting thing about the registration, it's not my car. i didn't steal it. but it's not my car. i was a -- i'm trying to explain it. a terrible job. and there's nothing from that guy, right? and then, i hear, are you who i
think you are? and immediately, two thoughts occur to me. this could be either really good. or really bad. really good, if it's "southland," right? law enforcement. he'll probably love it. if it's "the o.c." -- [ laughter ] and i'm driving a $150,000 white r8, and fighting with my -- and throwing my girlfriend, this lovely young lady under the bus, he's going to, like, give me a ticket. he might put me in jail. >> jimmy: you might get a beating. yeah. >> again, are you who i think you are? yes, sir. "southland"? he goes, all right. watch your speed. >> jimmy: really? wow. >> saved my life. >> jimmy: that's a great perk. that's a great perk. now, you just drive crazy everywhere you go? >> i do. >> jimmy: you might as well. pretend you're in an ambulance. >> sure. >> jimmy: it's great to see you.
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