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tonight on "jimmy kimmel live" -- >> are kids still spelling the word boobs upside down on their calculator? >> joseph gordon-levitt. >> i was on "family ties." did you know that? >> were you really? >> i was bully number two. >> who were you bullying? >> a deaf kid. >> rebel wilson. and music from good old war. >> show them what they've won! íú
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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- joseph gordon-levitt. rebel wilson. and music from good old war. with cleto and the cletones. and now, not only that, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome, welcome. thank you, cleto. hi there. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for coming. thank you for watching. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for braving the -- [ cheers and applause ]
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i know it was very hot outside in the line. today was a terrible day to be a dog walker. [ laughter ] you know? probably every day is a terrible day to be a dog walker. even though it's still the middle of august today was the first day of school for most public school students here in l.a. are kids still spelling the word "boobs" upside down on the calculators? has that been replaced by actual boobs on the iphone? [ laughter ] first day of school was always very scary for me. today, tens of thousands of p.e. students were forced to shower as a group for the first time. i think it's important for you to know that's about as traumatic as it gets. that's the top. i still use the beginning of the school year to buy myself a new lunchbox. and i did today. the national retail foundation estimates that the average american family will spend $688 on back-to-school shopping this year. my family -- i love hearing this sort of thing, because my family spent an average of, um -- what did a trapper keeper cost in
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1981? two bucks? my family spent an average of two bucks on back to school shopping. as far as i know neither of my parents purchased a pencil. my dad would steal that from work and bring it home. and my mother has never thrown out a pen. my mother has a drawer in her kitchen, jam packed full of dried out pens. not a drop of ink in 80% of them but she refuses to throw them out. i go to the house, we should get rid of these, get new ones. i don't know if she's waiting for them to come back to life like jesus, or if she's building some kind of a nest with them, but she -- [ laughter ] for some reason has retained every pen that's ever been smuggled into our home. we have a fun assignment for parents of young and teenage kids tonight. tonight, i'm issuing one of our world famous youtube challenges. we've done this before -- at halloween, we asked -- [ applause ] thank you. lean on the applause button.
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on halloween last year, we asked parents to pretend they ate all their kids' candy and that was great. and at christmas, we had parents give their kids intentionally crappy gifts and that was great. on father's day, we asked kids surprise their dads by spraying them with a hose, which resulted in wonderful moments like this. >> why are you doing this? >> jimmy kimmel told me. >> jimmy: and moments like this. >> what are you doing! >> jimmy kimmel told me to do it. >> jimmy: and this. >> son of a -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so, our challenge this time, and it is a -- [ applause ] it's a little bit complicated. but it's aimed at kids going back to school. here's what i'd like you to do, tell your kids you got them new clothes for back to school.
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hand them a bag that contains the worst outfit that you can come up with. make them try it on. videotape the whole thing and upload it to youtube entitled hey, jimmy kimmel, i got my kid a horrible back to school outfit. that way, we'll be able to find it easily. we'll check the videos and if we like yours, we'll show it on the program. everyone wins, except the kid. [ applause ] probably have it coming anyway. anyway. do that for me. do it for us. here's an interesting bit of news. a new government survey has found that in 2011, for the first time, 12 states had what they describe as very high obesity rates. which i can't tell if that's good or bad news because that means 38 didn't, right? [ laughter ] the last time the study was done in 2010, only nine statements had very high obesity, but i guess three states went on a binge or something. alabama, arkansas, indiana, michigan, missouri, oklahoma and
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west virginia ranked fattest. mississippi was number one fattest. colorado was the least fat state, only 21% obesity. i guess it's hard to work up an appetite when everybody smells like this guy. [ laughter ] the survey was conducted by telephone. it just as easily could have been conducted by mirror. but i wonder how that works. hi, we're doing a survey, how fat are you? [ laughter ] it's a good thing people don't lie about their weight because otherwise we might even be fatter than we thought. [ laughter ] here's a great moment in local news. this is from the nbc affiliate in brownsville, texas. a news anchor whose name i won't try to pronounce welcomed viewers back from commercial break and got tripped up on the date. >> good morning with your news update. today is august 8th -- tuesday -- pardon me, wednesday -- 2008 -- 2012.
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>> jimmy: she finished strong. distracted by the apostrophe in her name. something very odd going on in saudi arabia right now. apparently, they're planning to build a new city that will be reserved exclusively for women to work. a whole still for women only. wifro-yo lines are going to be nuts. we have a woman-only city here in america, too, and called "the view" and it's terrifying. [ applause ] thank you. they're doing this because women make up only 15% of the saudi arabian workforce, because of the extensive restrictions they have to deal with over there. women in saudi arabia need a male guardian's consent to get married. they need consent to get divorced. they need permission to travel and they need a male chaperone if they want to work in the mixed gender workplace. they're a little bit behind medieval times. but the planners of the new
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city, well, there are two big challenges. number one, getting women in, and number two, keeping steven tyler out of the city. i like to send bruce jenner in to see if he -- [ laughter ] gets over -- just to make sure men don't sneak in, everyone entering the city will be forced to sit through the director's cut of "sex and the city 2." meanwhile, gender barriers are being broken here in the united states. "the price is right" has announced that for the first time in their 40 seasons on the air, they're looking for a male prize model. it's a very prestigious job, especially for models that are good at doing this. [ laughter ] basically, the job is to smile, wave and look handsome. you know, if this white house thing doesn't go as planned, i know a couple of guys that would be perfect for that job. these guys. and they've got the whole package, right? [ applause ] i really -- i do know somebody that would be great for this job. hey -- show them what they've won!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i have to say -- guillermo -- [ applause ] little something for the ladies. guillermo's been behaving very strangely since i took him to see "magic mike." so there. this is fascinating. this is a letter. it's kind of a form letter that somali pirates send out after they take hostages. reuters got their hands on this. this is not a joke. this is real. it's a real letter that starts "to whom it may concern." subject, congratulations to the company/owner."
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typically, congratulation is followed by good news. rarely do you get pirates who use rusty automatic weapons to take your employees hostage. it says having send when my pirate action group, p.a.g., has controlled over your valuable vessel. we are saying to you company owner, welcome to jamal's pirate action group. j.p.a.g. i hope we get to meet jamal. and you have to follow by our law to return back to your vessel and crew safely. in order to fulfill my suggestion, you have to accept every step, if you want to do it. otherwise, you will lose the vessel and grew because we have the title to do everything if you do not obey our regulations. i think jamal has been taking courses at the university of phoenix. [ laughter ] [ applause ] it goes on to not imagine that we are making to you intimidation, but we send this message to every company owner
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we hijack from vessels, sundry cruises, et cetera. oh, okay, so, this is a regular thing then. this is not just business. best regards, the general commander of the group, jamal. that's nice. if you notice, down at the bottom, jamal has his own seal. i don't have my own seal. i bet seal doesn't even have his own seal. [ laughter ] jamal does. apparently, the ransom letters are working. somali pirates they say earned $160 million in ransom money last year. the best two jobs in the world right now are pirate and kardashian. [ cheers and applause ] oh, do we have some kardashians here? do we have fans of literature tonight? [ cheers and applause ] i said literature, not litter. yeah? every since oprah went to cable, i've been trying to pick up the
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slack left over from her book club, the only problem is i don't know how to read. so, i asked my aunt chippy to start reviewing books for us. my aunt chippy finally got around to reading one of the most popular books. tonight, she tells us what she thinks about it. it's time not for my aunt chip pip's bo book review. >> books. reading. review. ♪ on a scale of 1 to 10, if this was between mice [ bleep ] and elephant [ bleep ], it's elephant [ bleep ], and if you can think of something even bigger than elephant [ bleep ], please let me know because i then i would class it in that category and certainly give you credit for it. elephant [ bleep ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: 4 out of 5 stars.
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facebook -- i know probably most of you are on facebook. facebook added a new feature today. life event. life events are things that people put on their profiles when something big happens in their life, like when they get married or buy a house. the new life event is for women expecting a child. you can put expecting a child. which means we finally might be able to see pictures of people's babies on facebook. [ laughter ] it also allows to you post the story about the pregnancy and share who the father is. which -- wait, i'm confused. isn't that what maury povich is for? [ cheers and applause ] the olympics have been over for two days and already, an athlete has been stripped of a gold medal. i want you to try to guess which of these women tested positive for steroids? okay? was it the russian runner?
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kazakhst kazakhstani runner? or the shot putter from belarus? that's quite a woman. when the guy from the olympic committee told her she had been stripped of the medal, she threw him 27 feet. ironically setting another world record. there's an unauthorized biography of mick jagger out, where the author claims that mick jagger has slept with more than 4,000 women. that's like -- but i looked it up, and according to the cdc, the average man sleeps with six women, an average of six women in his lifetime. we thought this would be a good pedestrian question. we go out on the street and ask a random question and we try to guess the answer before they give it. tonight's question is, have you slept with over or under six women? the way we see this work, we ask
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the guy, we stop the video, we all get together with whether he slept with more than six, over six or under. ready? let's begin. >> todd from connecticut. >> how old are you? >> 40. >> have you slept with over or under six women? >> jimmy: okay. a lot of people are saying under. let's see how todd did. >> over. >> jimmy: todd. next up. >> my name is dominick, i am from england. >> how old are you, sir? >> i'm 29. >> have you slept with over or under six women? >> jimmy: every single person in the audience says under. sorry, dominick. >> under. like four? trag tragic, right? >> jimmy: poor dominick. all right. >> my name is aaron harper, i'm from indiana. yeah! >> how old are you? >> 51. >> have you slept with over or under six women?
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>> jimmy: only one person is saying under. and the other 250 say over, all right. >> probably over. >> give me your number lifetime. >> probably over a hundred. seriously. probably over a hundred. >> are you still doing it? >> i'm still doing it. still doing it. you see the shirt, right? >> jimmy: well, you can't argue with that. all right. who else do we have? >> how old are you? >> 19. >> have you slept with over or under six women? >> jimmy: under. most everyone says under. >> under six. >> how many? >> ah, four women. >> tell me their names. >> ah -- haley, kacie, alexa -- ah -- you caught me lying.
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i guess three and a half. >> jimmy: how many more do we have? two more, all right. >> batman. >> what's your real name. >> bruce wayne. just joking. daniel. >> daniel, how old are you? >> 35. >> have you slept with over or under six women? >> jimmy: split on batman here. >> over. >> over. okay, under. under six women. >> what's the number? >> one. >> one? >> one. >> jimmy: he cracked under pressure. one more. >> bobby from los angeles. >> how old are you? >> 22. >> have you slept with over or under six women? >> jimmy: everyone says under. this poor guy.
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>> i think under. >> how many under? >> as in none. >> why's that? >> well, i'm very picky. >> jimmy: all right. he's very -- that's pretty picky. thank you, everyone, for participating. tonight on the show, hey, we have a good show for you. from the movie "bachelorette," rebel wilson is here. we have music from good old war. and we'll be right back with joseph gordon-levitt. so stick around. [ friend ] so man, how was that bud light port paradise cruise?
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>> jimmy: well, hi there, welcome back. tonight on the program, you know her from the movie "bridesmaids." her new movie is called "bachelorette." rebel wilson is here with us. and music from this album.
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from philadelphia, good old war is here. tomorrow night, we'll be joined by thomas hayden church. we're going to cook with rick bayless and we'll have music from jjamz. thursday night, jennifer garner, paul scheer and music from the f fixx, so, join us then. our first guest is a very talented young man whom you know from the movies "inception," "500 days of summer," and this summer's blockbuster "the dark knight rises." next up, he plays a bike messenger peddling for his life in the new action thriller "premium rush." >> tricky. hey! give me the envelope. >> no! [ car horns ] >> ah! >> whoa! >> hey, hey, hey! show down!
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>> jimmy: "premium rush" opens in theaters august 24th. please say hello to joseph gordon-levitt. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: great to meet you. great to have you here. >> thanks, man. good to be here. >> jimmy: i remember when i'd watch you on "third rock from the sun" i thought, that kid's going to be a big star one day. i did. every once in a while, i spot a kid on a sitcom. and i like, and then i like to feel, i feel good about myself, because i was right. >> right on, man. >> when i used to listen to you on kroc -- im>> jmy: did you really? >> totally, man. i used to listen every morning on kroc. >> jimmy: that's very nice. weird to think of you as a kid -- hey -- >> it's weird to see your face. >> jimmy: yeah, i have one. it is weird to see my face.
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[ laughter ] is gordon-levitt, is that because you were a child star and you legally have to have three names? >> yeah, that's a s.a.g. requirement. no, my mom's name is jane gordon levitt.d's last name is they were progressive. little love for that. [ applause ] >> jimmy: what do they do, your parents? >> my parents have had several careers. i guess they started at journalists. they met working at kpfk, on the radio. >> jimmy: the radio? >> yeah, public broadcasting. [ applause ] >> jimmy: so you were raised in the world of public broadcasting? >> i guess i was. you're right. >> jimmy: like alex keaton on "family ties." i think. >> is that what happened? >> jimmy: that's what happened. >> wait, wasn't he a republican? >> jimmy: he was. but his dad worked at the public television. >> i forgot that detail.
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i was on "family typeies," did know that? >> jimmy: were you really? >> yeah, i was bully number two. when i was, like, 6. >> jimmy: who were you bullying? >> a deaf kid, actually. [ laughter ] it's true. it was like, the main show was about how brian, the main kid, got, made friends with this kid who was deaf and he learned sign language and kids. i was one of the two closed-minded bullies. weren't willing to accept the deaf kid. >> jimmy: wow, that's quite a credit. >> well, got to start somewhere, jimmy. >> jimmy: i don't know if this is okay to talk about, but i'm dying to talk to you about it because you're robin, you're the boy wonder. you are the boy wonder. [ cheers and applause ] >> well -- i'm john blake, gotham city police department. >> jimmy: right now, sure. but we know there's a bird flying around in your name. >> it's pretty awesome, though, right? i mean -- [ cheers and applause ] no, man, i -- >> jimmy: it's great. >> i was a fan of those movies
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before i ever met chris or did "inception." or ever thought i was going to get to do "the dark knight rises." he's such a great storyteller. >> jimmy: they're great movies. so, will you do -- will you be robin in your own movie? >> i don't get to decide those things. >> jimmy: all right. i'll take your caginess as a yes. >> is that cagey? that's the honest truth, man. do you think i get to make that decision? >> jimmy: well, yeah. why would they set up a whole thing at the end and just give up on the franchise? >> this is the truth. i don't think it's necessarily a setup. i think it's a great end for that trilogy. even if you go back to "batman begins," he's talking about how batman is more than a man. it's a similar billion. and a hero can be anybody. that's a theme that runs throughout the entire trilogy. >> jimmy: how do i have a hero inside of me? >> you do. >> jimmy: i did have -- i'm wrong, actually. i have, right now, i have a meatball hero inside of me. >> oh.
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>> jimmy: that's about as close as it gets. >> jimmy: you were on "cease se street." speaking of public broadcasting, that's a big deal. i don't recognize this muppet, though. >> i didn't know him at first. he's new, like 5 years old. his name is murray. >> jimmy: he looks like a drunk version of elmo. >> it's elmo who was 37 and still not doing anythingith he talked like humphrey bogart oromething. >> jimmy: this is a great -- it's a great thing, right? >> life long dream. it's true. and you are friends with emily blunt, right? because i'm friends with emily, we did a movie together called "looper", coming out next month. and she showed me footage on her phone that she took because she did a bit in "the muppet movie" and she showed me -- the muppeteers never stop. they don't break character. when it's in between takes, you're just waiting around. she showed me footage of kermit
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and rolf, just waiting. like the muppeteers were still in character with their hands in a muppet, hanging out. looking around. and rolf was on the blackberry. i'm not kidding you. they wereanipulating him so he was like, on his blackberr >> jimmy: a dog using a blackberry. >> and then you hear the a.d. say, okay, kermit and rolf, and then they get into character. >> jimmy: it's disturbing in a way, isn't it? >> i think it's awesome. that's what happened. first, you start running lines with the puppeteer, he's not operating the muppet. he puts his hand inside that guy and you are talking to this red haired monster. and he stays alive, it's like working with an actor. >> jimmy: it is working with an actor, actor wearing a hairy glove. >> you forget there's a hand inside. >> jimmy: especially when it's like kermit the frog. >> i did one on "sesame street"
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and i was with abby cadabby, who i didn't know about. apparently, she's very popular. >> but my mom and i got to wish oscar a happy birthday. >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah, i brought my mom when i went to shoot "sesame street." and they do that segment. and one was to wish oscar happy birthday. i was like, mom, come on, do it with me. it was cute. they probably won't use it. >> jimmy: oscar doesn't go for that kind of thing. >> he's like, ahh. >> jimmy: i saw this new movie. it's very entertaining. >> you liked it? >> jimmy: i did. interesting, because this world of bike messengers, i never really thought about. i guess it's a worldle of peop that ride around new york, get killed three times a year. >> bike culture, it's a real thing. it's a real community. i didn't know about it, either. i rode a bike as a kid like everybody. >> jimmy: it looked like you were in serious danger for real, in the movie, riding a bicycle. >> wel-- yeah, that's kind of atou do when youre going 40 mil an hour nexto a bunch
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of cars. >> jimmy: in the movie, there's blood all over you. >> you saw the outtakes? >> jimmy: yeah. and there's real blood over your body. >> i got hurt. >> jimmy: you did get hurt? >> i did. i went through the rea windshield of a taxicab. >>immy: how did that happen? isn't it supposed be planned? >> it is. i should say everything is safety conscious. part of it was my fault. i'll start by saying i was going too fast. the way it works is this. so, they put a camera on the back of a motorcycle and that's how they shoot it. i got ahead of the motorcycle, which i shouldn't have done. what happened was, we were shooting in new york city and the united nations is there and they have the dip low malts in new york, who have diplomat license plates and basically can break the law and don't have to follow traffic laws. so, this diplomat broke through our lockup, past our cones and just double parked right in the middle of our shot. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. and so, long story short, i ended up going through the rear windshield of a taxi cab --
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>> jimmy: which country? >> we didn't see it? it was a hit and run. >> jimmy: you got hit by a diplomat? >> well -- >> jimmy: i heard of this diplomatic immunity. i never saw it used in practice. >> that's what happened -- we had the whole street blocked off. >> jimmy: right. >> he broke through. i had to get around him and then -- >> jimmy: this is why we got to stop letting foreigners in this country. i'm really sorry, guillermo. i don't mean you specifically. well, the movie is very entertaining. it's great to you have here. joseph gordon-levitt, everybody. "pree people broke premium rush" is in thee terps august 28th. we'll be back with rebel wilson! ♪ premium rush" is in thee terps august 28th. we'll be back with rebel wilson! ♪ ♪ right hand
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>> jimmy: we're back. good old war is on the way. you know our next guest as kristen wiig's very funny, very weird roommate in the movie "bridesmaids." now she walks down the aisle herself in the new comedy, "bachelorette." it opens in theatres september 7th.
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please say hello to rebel wilson. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you brought a snack? >> well, yeah, i brought you my favorite chocolate all the way from australia. >> jimmy: oh, that's nice, except you ate part of it. >> yeah, it accidentally got opened. >> jimmy: have you ever heard of a golden gay time bar? >> yes. >> jimmy: i had that in australia. it was the greatest ice cream bar i ever had in my life. >> i love having a gay time. >> jimmy: i had a very gay time with it, i really did. that's very kind. nice to meet you. growing up in australia, do you know american -- i noticed when i was over there, they were still watching "hart to hart," a show that was on in the '70s. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: were you particular with -- >> i watched a lot of american
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tv shows and movies. and listened to a lot of u.s. music, like gangster rap. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, yeah, my favorite kris. >> jimmy: that's pretty gangster. >> i had all their albums, like one. album. and actually, me and my sister liberty, we had a rap group. >> jimmy: this is the picture? >> yeah, that's our publicity still from when we were kids. >> i had the baseball cap. >> jimmy: it's basketball, actually. >> we only had one cap, so my sister had to wear the hat. from "blossom." and we do, like, all the numbers in talent quest. >> jimmy: really? ♪ i'm the mack daddy and -- [ applause ]
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i also did their other classic that went -- ♪ i missed the bus ♪ i missed the bus it was -- it was a really hard, cool song about when they missed the bus. [ laughter ] and we never really won the talent quest, but sometimes, we got highly commended and got a certificate. >> jimmy: that's nice. your sister's name is liberty and is rebel your real name? >> yeah. and i have another sister anarchy and a brother named riot. >> jimmy: wow, you would be on the no-fly list if you lived here. >> my brother just got kicked out of a -- >> jimmy: he did? >> for drinking too much. >> jimmy: oh, right. yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and what did your parents do, why did they name you these names? >> well, my family were professional dog showers. >> jimmy: for real? >> yeah. you know like that movie "best in show"? >> jimmy: yeah. >> that was like my real life. like, i saw that movie and i was
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like, oh, this is such a good documentary, like -- [ laughter ] and my mom -- >> jimmy: they made money from this? >> yeah, you can win as much as $50. [ laughter ] at a show. and i was forced to be what's called a junior handler, which is kind of like "toddlers and tiaras" but with dogs. you dress in your little outfit and you have your little dog and you have to show the dog and run around like this. and then, like, the real tricks, because i was a professional junior handler. you got to make eyes at the judges. >> jimmy: you do? >> so, yeah. so when you are showing your dog, and then you go -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: to entice the judges? >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] so, yeah. i was a champion junior handler. >> jimmy: wow. i didn't realize that. i had no -- were your parents
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upset when you abandoned the world of dog showing for movies? >> yeah. when i told my mom i was going to be a celebrity, she just cried. >> jimmy: she did? >> yeah. because, she said, who is going to take over the legacy of the dog showing? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and did you pass that along to liberty? >> yes. >> jimmy: does she really? >> yeah, they were just at the national beagle club show on the weekend. they took home best bitch. >> jimmy: wow. wow, congratulations to the family. >> yeah. [ applause ] >> jimmy: do they get excited about the fact that you're in these movies? >> yeah, when i'm in the movies, they're like, who would want to choose you for movies -- >> jimmy: no. >> you're not even funny. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, that kind of thing. but now, they're like, aw, sweet. and they love coming to the premieres. >> jimmy: oh, they do? >> i took them to a premiere recently and they got to meet olivia newton john, an australian icon. >> jimmy: yeah, here, too, she's an icon, sure.
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>> worldwide. >> jimmy: uh-huh. did they embarrass you in front of olivia? >> yeah. within two minutes, my uncle, who is married, slipped her his phone number. >> jimmy: nice. >> and my grandfather, puppy, he kissed her on the lips. like really sloppy. and then he got lost in the car park for two hours. >> jimmy: no, he didn't. >> yeah. >> jimmy: how did olivia react to the sloppy kiss from grandpa? >> she was very gracious. >> jimmy: she was, yeah? >> but i think i saw her go -- >> jimmy: vomiting in the corner. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: now, this movie "bachelorette," do people think it's about the show "the bachelorette?" >> i hope not. >> jimmy: i hope not, too. >> there's a lot-cocaine usage. >> jimmy: is there? i don't know about that. [ applause ] >> it's very dark. >> jimmy: who else is in the film with you? >> there's an actress, she's in my favorite movie of all time. it's a real masterpiece.
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it's called "bring it on." [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. ready -- ♪ it's cold in here and her name is kirsten dunst. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> she kind of looks like me, but she's not fat. >> jimmy: that's the movie you know her from, huh? >> yeah. the whole time we were filming were filming, i had to ask her about "bring it on." every time, i was like, hey, kiki, that's what her friends call her, i'm luke, remember when spar can i the choreographer came and told you how to do spirit fingers and you were doing those ones? and she'd be like, yes, reb. and kiki, you remember when you said, "it's not a democracy, it's a cheer-ocracy."
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and she'd be like, yes, reb. and then eventually she just started drinking tequila. [ cheers and applause ] we had a good time. >> jimmy: well, very nice to meet you. you're very funny. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and the movie is called "bachelorette." it opens in theaters september 7th. and it's available now, right this very moment on video on-demand and itunes, too. rebel wilson, everyone. we're back with good old war. ♪
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@ñi >> jimmy: well, this is their latest album. it's called "come back as rain." here with the song, "better weather," good old war. ♪
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♪ ♪ maybe tomorrow the storm will blow over and the river won't overflow ♪ ♪ nobody knows what tomorrow will bring that's why we rely on hope ooh ooh ooh h ♪ ♪ we'll pray for some better weather ooh ooh ooh ooh we'll pray ♪ ♪ for some better weather our little house at the top of the hill was built with love ♪ ♪ and four tons of steel
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it's pretty strong but it could still come down let's hope ♪ ♪ that it never will ooh ooh ooh ooh we'll pray for some better weather ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ooh ooh we'll pray for some better weather ♪ ♪
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♪ you know we always have each other ♪ ♪ if we go we'll go together ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ooh ooh we'll pray for some better weather ooh ooh ooh ooh ♪ ♪ we'll pray for some better weather maybe tomorrow the storm will blow over ♪ ♪ and the river won't overflow nobody knows what tomorrow will bring ♪ ♪ that's why we rely on hope


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