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p>> jimmy: i'm jimmy, i'm the phost. pthank you for watching. pthanks to all of you for coming. pwelcome to hollywood. phome of the oscars, which are pright across the street. phome of the walk of fame which pis right in front of our pbuilding. phome of dozens of homeless pspider men who live literally on pthose stars. pare you paying attention to the pelections? phow can you not? pit's donald trump against all preasonable expectation -- he's pnow the no kidding around pfavorite to become the prepublican nominee for resident. phe won the nevada caucuses last pnight. phe didn't just win, he pdestroyed. phe got more votes than marco prubio and ted cruz combined. pit's yuge.
pit's humiliatingly close to punanimous. ptrump won in every dem graphic, phe won white men, white women, pwhite rich people, white poor eople. prural whites, urban whites. phe got one vote from a chinese pguy, which was nice. p[ laughter ] ptrump actually even won the platino vote. pwhich is amazing. pit's amazing, right, guillermo? p>> guillermo: it's crazy. p>> jimmy: i have to say it makes pme wonder if people really come phere from mexico for a better plife? por if they come to get away from ptheir relatives? pmaybe they want the wall to keep ptheir in-laws out. p[ laughter ] pyou would support a wall that pkept your mother-in-law in panother country, wouldn't you? p>> guillermo: yes. p>> jimmy: this was trump's third pstraight victory following wins pin new hampshire and south pcarolina. pand afterwards he spoke assionately to an enthusiastic pcrowd of supporters.
pthey should never say no p[ bleep ]! p>> jimmy: hold on, hold on. pi believe we have the wrong pclip. p[ laughter ] p[ cheers and applause ] p>> jimmy: that was not donald ptrump? pokay. p[ cheers and applause ] p>> jimmy: sorry. pi'm kidding, of course. pthat was kanye west speaking at phis church. p[ laughter ] pthis is donald trump. p>> we won the evangelicals, we pwon with young, we won with old, pwe won with highly educated, we pwon with poorly educated. pi love the poorly educated. p[ laughter ] p>> jimmy: well, they feel the psame way about you. p[ laughter ] phe loves the poorly educated. pwho says that? pand they love that he loves pthem. pin fact, the poorly educated plove him so much, they made him pthis advertisement. p>> announcer: in dangerous ptimes, america needs a leader. psomeone who is tough enough to
pand secure the mexican border. pwe need a president who will pstand up to dictators like plittle kim of north korea. pvoldemort putin of russia. pand chinese president 11. pdonald trump believes in the pconstipation and will protect pyour rights under the second pcommencement. plet's make america great again. pdonald trump. aid for by this guy. p[ laughter ] p[ cheers and applause ] p>> jimmy: so i was -- i grew up pin las vegas. pi'm pretty sure i know why trump pwon nevada. pso this is a campaign sign psupporting ted cruz. pthis is a sign supporting marco prubio. pand this is the one for donald ptrump. p[ laughter ] pso it's really hard to top. pi don't care how nice your lawn pis. pit's not going to beat that. pdr. ben carson finished a pdistant fourth in nevada.
pbut for some reason he's still pnot dropping out. phe's promised to continue on. phe said, this is a quote, "i pbelieve that things are starting pto happen here." pyou know it's time to drop out pwhen it has been weeks since pdonald trump even bothered to pcall you a moron. pwhile trump was at his big pvictory party, carson was in a pconference room at the embassy psuites where he laid out a clear pand upbeat vision for his pcampaign going forward. p>> right now we're sort of in pthe ancient rome stage. pwhere everybody wanted to go to pthe coliseum see a colosseum, bring on the plions and tigers and let's see pthem eat the people. pi mean, this was cool, that's pwhat they wanted. pwhile rome was burning. pand, you know -- right now we're pin that stage, okay, but -- we phave a bunch of fire pextinguishers. pand we are going to put the fire pout.
pin our bellies. p>> jimmy: okay. pwait, what? pwe're going to put the fire out? pand in our bellies? pand if we're in ancient rome, phow do we get ahold of a bunch pof fire extinguishers? pyou know, i was thinking about pwhy he was still running today. pand my first guess is he's pretired and he's bored. phe has $10 million in the bank. pwhy not run? pbut there's another possibility. pi want you to think about this. pmaybe he's sleep walking. pyou know? eople do crazy things while pthey're sleep walking. pthey cook, they get in their car pwindows. resident in his sleep. pall the signs are there. phis eyes are half shut. phe barely speaks above a pwhisper. pmost of what he says makes plittle to no sense. pi really think he could be psleeping. ut him in pajamas, you wouldn't pknow the difference. p[ laughter ] p[ cheers and applause ] p>> jimmy: someone needs to lead
pneeds to happen. phere's a guy who could help ben pcarson get his energy up. pnew england patriots rob pgronkowski. pin case you've been worrying pabout whether or not rob has pbeen enjoying his offseason, phe's been cruising the bahamas pwith 2,500 of his biggest fans pon the gronk party ship. p p[ cheers and applause ] p>> jimmy: you might hate him but p85 you've got to love him. phow would he have celebrated if phis team had won? pfacebook has new features to plead us farther away from real phuman interaction. pfacebook today rolled out a new pthing called reactions. pthey tested this in ireland and pin spain. pi guess it did well. pbecause it's now available peverywhere.
pthere's like, which we had. pthere's love. pthere's ha ha. pthere's wow. pthere's sad. pand there's enough with the baby hotos already. pnow instead of liking when a pfriend's dog passes away, which pis weird. pyou can be much more thoughtful pand sensitive posting a sad pemoji with a giant tear psquirting out of its face. psoon all languages of the world pwill be boiled down to two psymbols, a smiley face and a oop. pon that day we will have peace. pyeah. pfacebook launched another new pfeature this week. pit's a birthday cam that lets pyou record a 15-second video pwish someone a happy birthday, a pvideo version of voice mail and pwho doesn't love voice mail. pnow instead of getting birthday pmessages from people you don't pknow you'll also get birthday pvideos from people you don't pknow. pi barely have the energy to type p"happy b-day" on someone's
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pof friends, you should probably pknow who the [ bleep ] they are. p>> wait. pannouncer guy, who the [ bleep ] pare you? p>> announcer: didn't we meet at pcynthia's party? p>> i don't know cynthia. p>> announcer: who the [ bleep ] pare you? p>> i'm me, who the [ bleep ] are pyou? p[ laughter ] p[ cheers and applause ] p>> jimmy: we're going to take a pbreak. pwhen we come back a guy from pengland for reasons unknown did psomething funny, he threw peggs -- one egg every day at his pmother for a year. p>> no! pno! poh! p>> jimmy: there are a lot more. pand it gets much funnier from pthere. pwe tracked the guy down. phis name is jamie. pwhen we come back we'll chat pwith jamie and his mom live from plondon. pstick around, we'll be right pback. p[ cheers and applause ] p so my kids don't have to forage,
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p[ cheers and applause ] p p>> jimmy: hi, there. pwelcome back to the show. pgordon ramsay, jurnee psmollett-bell, music from pwolfmother is on the way. pi love a good prank. pi love it when it involves a pfamily member. pso i mentioned before the break pthere's a guy in england who pcame up with a unique way to pmess with his mom. pfor a year he recorded himself ptossing an egg to/at her. phe'd do it when she least pexpected it, chuck an egg. phe recorded it and posted the pvideo for all the world to penjoy. p>> oh no! pno! pahh! pno!
pno! poh [ bleep ]! pno! poh! pno! pno! pno! poh [ bleep ]! pevery [ bleep ]ing day. p[ laughter ] p[ cheers and applause ] p>> jimmy: pretty good. pwe went to great lengths to find pthis kid. pwe searched the world. pwe located him in london penjoying us on our big cisco pscreen. psay hello to jamie keith and his pmom carol. phello, jamie and carol. phow are you? p>> hey, jimmy. p>> jimmy: thank you for joining pus. pwhat time is it there right now? p>> 20 past 1:00. p>> jimmy: a.m., so it's almost
pguess. p>> yeah, early. p>> jimmy: what inspired you to pthrow eggs at your mother? p>> god. pi think -- well, i guess when we pwere growing up. pwe lived in back country, you pmight destroy it and that would pbe half developed. pwe can't always have that way of plife, just make it easier -- p>> jimmy: i know we both speak penglish but i didn't understand pone word of that. pwhen you did this the first time pdid you know you were going to pdo it over and over again? p>> no, i didn't. pbut i did enjoy the reaction pfirst time, so from there i pthought it could be something pthat would be worth developing. p>> i see. p>> continuing. p>> and carol, what happens when pyou see the egg in the air? pbecause you have very, very good preflexes. pdoes time slow down? plike "the matrix"? pyou seem to catch a lot of the peggs.
ractice over the years. pand i'm quite lazy. pso if someone's passing the pfridge i'm very tempted to throw pthe butter and say, could you op it in the fridge? pto be honest the eggs was was a pwhole new league. pit was so irritating. pso irritating. p>> jimmy: have you ever thought pabout screaming anything other pthan "no" every single time an pegg is coming at you? p>> yeah, worse. p>> jimmy: jimmy, have you ever pconsidered throwing bacon at pyour mother to even things out? p>> i think the burns if it lands pon skin could be a bit pirritating. pfor hygiene reasons we'll stick pwith eggs. p>> you do have some kind of a pconshouldn't. pcarol, do you blame yourself for pthis? pdo you blame yourself since you pdid raise this monster? p>> yeah. pyeah, i do. pi take full blame in that -- i pgrew up in a house with three pbrothers so what you did was you pdid the washing-up at the sink
pcups or glasses to whoever was pstanding nearest the cupboard. p>> jimmy: you've got a bunch of ptossers in the family is what pyou have. p>> complete tossers. pand i seemed to have created my pown. p>> jimmy: yeah, you definitely pdid create your own. pyou know, easter is coming up in pa couple of months. pdo you have anything special lanned? p>> yeah, big-time with all those peggs. p>> heavy footage being captured pthat month. p>> jimmy: well, i thought the pvideo was very, very funny. pi enjoyed it immensely. pjamie, thanks for taping it. pi know carol was probably pannoyed but i will say it gave pus all a good laugh. pdid you catch it? p>> yes! p>> just about. p>> jimmy: she caught it again. punbelievable. pjamie and carol, thank you guys pvery much. p[ cheers and applause ] p>> jimmy: cheerio! pall right. pso, you know, the oscars are
pand after the oscars we have our pspecial. pwe've been working on a project pwe hope will get recognized by pthe academy. pso far it hasn't. pi've been developing pfamily-friendly versus of pr-rated movies. pso tonight we took the audio pfrom the quentin tarantino "the phateful 8" and combined it with pa scene from a looney tunes pcartoon. pthis is what happens when sam pjackson meets yosemite sam. p>> if you lying then you killed pminnie. p>> so. pyou intend to murder me based on pa far-fetched theory? pcan you prove it? p>> how long you say you been pworking for me? p>> for months. p>> if you'd have been here two pand a half years ago you'd know pabout that sign used to hang up pover the bar. pyou want to know what that sign psaid, senor? pno dogs or mexicans allowed.
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p>> jimmy: hi, welcome back. ptonight, from the new show p" underground," pjurnee smollett-bell is here. pthen they are in the middle of a ptour of the united states. pthis is their album. pit's called " victorious," pwolfmother from the samsung poutdoor stage. ptomorrow night, kelly ripa is in ptown. pfor the oscars. pshe will be here tomorrow. pfrom " how to get away with pmurder" billy brown is here. pwe'll have music from tinashe pand snakehips featuring chance pthe rapper and a new edition of p"mean tweets." pand sunday night, the oscars phere on abc. pmy tux comes out of storage for pour 11th annual jimmy kimmel plive after the oscars show." pit's our biggest show of the pyear. p this time around with pben affleck, chris rock, ptracy morgan, j.k. simmons, pmike tyson, matthew broderick,
pgalore. pthat's sunday night, please join pus for that. pour first guest tonight is a pvery talented and volatile erson. phe should not be working with pknives, but he does. pseason 15 of his show " hell's pkitchen" airs wednesday nights pon fox. lease say hello to gordon pramsay! p[ cheers and applause ] p p>> jimmy: you look well. p>> thank you, good to see you. p>> jimmy: you still have a pcrushing handshake, a handshake pthat is designed to humiliate pother men, yes? p>> it's to send a very stern pmessage. pa warm welcome, don't [ bleep ] pwith me. p>> jimmy: let me ask you, why is pit -- i was thinking about this ptoday. pi think this confuses me. pwhy is it okay to scream and
pin a restaurant -- i'm not pspeaking about you specifically. pi'm talking about in general. pwhy is it accepted in that pworkplace and not accepted at, psay, the mall? p>> first of all, [ bleep ], pright? pfrom 6:30 to 11:30 at night it's andemonium andemonium. pyou've got to get that message pacross. pfully booked, immense pressure. pi think it's that level of pcamaraderie, banter, pcommunication. pand then you need some donkey to pthrow the spanner in the works pand the whole thing goes ptits-up. pnot good. pyou're right, it's the energy in pthe kitchen, you can feel it, pright? p>> jimmy: yeah, sure. p>> you think, wow, what's going pon in there? pi want to get in there. p>> jimmy: no, i want to stay out pof there if you're in there. pare you able to at a nice prestaurant, michelin star prestaurant, able to joke around? pis that allowed? p>> sometimes. pwith your boys behind the pline -- i go back to my time in aris when i started working at
pyou come in say hello, bang, pnext minute you're peeling pshallots. pyou get behind the line, you get pthis big, beautiful, white pfrench hat. pi don't know what it is with the pfrench, big, white hats. p>> jimmy: maybe they're short? pseems taller if you have a big phat on? p>> or elsewhere. p[ laughter ] p[ applause ] p>> jimmy: p. p>> i was excited about keeping pthis hat clean. pwednesday night, middle of pservice. pone of these french [ bleep ] pcomes along, literally dropped pan egg on top of my hat. pi'm standing there cook precognize are i could feel all pthis [ bleep ] -- p>> jimmy: cracked it into your phat? p>> i was so pissed off. pmy job the next three days was pto sling pigeons. pboth fingers into the back side, ull out the hearts and livers. pthey're delicious, come on. pi stored these things. pi stored them outside. pthese things are getting slimy pand green.
pbastard. pmonday i had things wrapped pup -- p>> jimmy: the layings? p>> no, the livers and the phearts. pi went up, bang, on top of his phead. pyou could see this french guy's pface like frothing. p>> jimmy: did he ever mess with pyou again? p>> no, no, he left a week later. p>> jimmy: he did. pyou drove him out of tooking paltogether. phis kids haven't had a meal in pwho knows how many years. phow are your kids doing? p>> great. pexpensive. p>> jimmy: yeah, they are. pyeah, kids are expensive. phow old are your children? p>> no one told you how expensive pthey were going to did be. p17, twins are 16, matilda's 14. p>> jimmy: the danger zone there. por are they in the danger zone pwith you as a dad? pdo you embarrass them? p>> they are, and any guy that pcomes within 500 meters of them. p>> jimmy: oh, right. p>> oldest started driving. pas you, do i couldn't wait to pget out in the car, go crazy. pwe bought her a car. pi got the lessons. pthen i did something bad.
p>> because you have a first plesson. pshe came into the house. pmanuals. p>> jimmy: into the back seat? p>> into the back seat. pthis tiny [ bleep ] car. pi sneaked and got down. pgot my son to lock me in. pmeg came out 25 minutes later. psat in. pindicators, mirror, left, right, phorn, et cetera. pand then, right, megan, start pthe car, we're about to go. pshe said, no, i want to pull my pseat back. pcrushed me right in the nuts. p>> jimmy: was she driving a car por a karma? p[ laughter ] p[ applause ] p>> she got really upset. p>> jimmy: she got upset? pthat she hurt you? p>> no. pupset that i was in there. p>> jimmy: oh, right. p>> i was just trying to give psome back-seat advice. pdidn't go too well. pshe didn't pass the test, i pdon't know. p>> jimmy: probably not a good pidea when your daughter's
pthey say startling people while pviolation. p>> i wanted to help her. pspeed this lesson license up. pshe's got the car, she hasn't assed the test. pmeg, come on you're nearly 18. pthe car's getting dust on it. p>> jimmy: give her time. pyou don't want her out going pcrazy. p>> she said, dad, chill, relax pyour sack, i'll get an uber. p>> jimmy: seriously? p>> that's right. p[ laughter ] p[ applause ] p>> jimmy: don't back seat the puber. p>> then the boyfriends. paround? p>> well, not many. p>> jimmy: not many, yeah. phouse. p>> jimmy: yeah. p>> you're sort of getting used pto the sort of things happening pand growing and kissing, et pcetera. pi say to jack, he's my son, plook, mate, there's 100 a week, pkeep me updated, photos online pand et cetera -- p>> jimmy: you're teaching jack pto be a rat? p$100 a week, i'll stalk your pdaughter for $100 a week.
pi said to meg, look, you're our pfirst princess. pthe earlier you tell me the more pi can do about it. pwhat do you mean, dad? plog this in your mind. p>> jimmy: you're our oldest rincess and jack is our pyoungest little rat. p>> there was a shot, skiing in pgermany on half term. pjack said, good news, they're in pa nightclub. pi said, there's two girls and ptwo guys. pwho's that big -- i sent a pmessage to megan. pmeg, who's the big german pgiraffe with the bent nose with phis hand around you? pshe said, daddy, it's a friend pof mine. pa friend? ptell him when he wants his nose pstraight i'll [ bleep ] do it pfor him. p[ laughter ] p[ cheers and applause ] p>> jimmy: you should definitely pnot have children. pgordan ramsay is here. pwe'll take a break, be right
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p>> jimmy: we're back. pstill to come, jurnee psmollett-bell and music from pwolfmother. pthis is your 15th season of p"hell's kitchen" which is punbelievable. p>> incredible. pi just wish they could [ bleep ] pcook. p>> jimmy: are there any good pcooks left? por just people showing up who plike to be abused? p>> there are some good -- when pyou get down to the top ten, top pfive, it goes up a level. p$250,000 prize. pan amazing job this year. pi want them to become good. pthey freeze in the middle of pservice. p>> jimmy: what separates a good pcook from a great cook? pyou see so many people who work pin a kitchen, they chop things, pmake things, they taste great. pwhat is it? pwhat separates a guy like you pfrom a guy that maybe we've pnever heard of? p>> i think that level of vision pand understanding when to say
pmethod, i teach them how to ptaste before i teach them to pcook. pif you don't know what it tastes plike you should not be cooking pit. pour 15th year and 14 of those pyears have been three michelin pstars so we can't get any p[ cheers and applause ] ptaste. pi learned something about you. pall the time you spend here in pthe united states, you've never ptasted girl scout cookies. p>> i don't think of amazing pcookies with girl scouts. p>> jimmy: this is almost sacred pterritory you're entering. p>> okay. p>> jimmy: there's the american pflag and there's willie nelson pand then we have girl scout pcookies. p[ cheers and applause ] pthose are the things we care pabout. pokay? pi don't want to get you run out pof the country. pbut these are girl scout pcookies. pgirl scouts, you know what the pgirl scouts are. p>> like the guides. p>> jimmy: no, they're little pgirls. pthey sell them outside the psupermarket. pi'm surprised you haven't seen pthem in action. pthey're everywhere.
pif you want to just go ahead and ptake -- this is the tag-alongs. p>> visually they look like dog pbusiness kits. p>> jimmy: visually they do look plike dog biscuits, yes. p>> yeah, they're okay. p>> jimmy: that's a tag-along. pit's got like peanut butner pthere or something. p>> the name? ptag-along? p>> jimmy: indian word, it means p"dog business kit." p[ laughter ] p>> jimmy: this is the samoa. pit's got a coconutty thing -- phere's milk in case you want psome. p>> thank you. p>> jimmy: guillermo always has a pglass of milk handy. phe's logic actating so it's natural. p[ laughter ] p[ applause ] p>> are they always this small? p>> jimmy: they're always that psmall. pi feel they were bigger. pmaybe i was smaller when it pstarted out. p>> that's a bit weird. p>> jimmy: i don't like those, pthose aren't my favorite. pthese are my favorite. pyou need mill income. p>> yes. p>> jimmy: go ahead. pthese are my favorite. pthese are the thin mints.
t i will do is put these pin a freezer, then pull out a psleeve and eat all of them in pone sitting. p>> that's like a cheap after p>> jimmy: so you like -- p[ laughter ] p[ cheers and applause ] p>> jimmy: well. pgordon ramsay's visa just pexpired. pthe final season of "hell's pkitchen" airs wednesday nights pat 9:00 on fox. pgordan ram day, everybody! pbe right back with jurnee psmollett-bell. sharp blades. whoa! that's not anotherp blade. this is shielding. pwith lubrication here and here. the new gillette withr p before and after the blades shields from irritation for ap close, comfortable shave. pthe new proshield from gillette. rthe best a man can get. and one proshield refill getsp
great guy. terrible player. go paperless don't stress, girl i got the discounts that you need it's a balancing act, but i got to give the people what they want -- more box. any words for the critics? what can i say? critties gonna neg. [ applause ] the what?! [ laughs ] hi. hi... i love your pants. thanks. these pants are really speaking to me. can i look at the back? ooooooooooooooh! do you even know what you have back there? give me your pants. you should go to old navy. all pants are on sale up to 40% off. ahhhhhh! you guys! i'm gonna get those pants! v v
v v v alright, what do you think boys? we could do tacos. we could do some thai. ooo... how 'bout sushi, eh? [weird dog moan/squeak] why not? [dog yawning/squeaking] no, we're not, we're not having barbecue... again. [quiet dog groan] why? because you're on four legs, and i'm on two... and i'm driving. that's why. [dog whine]
p[ cheers and applause ] p>> jimmy: hi, there, we are pback. pwe still have music to come from pwolfmother. pour next guest's acting career pbegan at age four with a precurring role on "full house." pshe was the third olsen twin. pyou can see her next in the phistorical thriller p" underground," it premieres pmarch 9th at 10:00 on wgn pamerica. lease welcome jurnee
p>> wow, wow! p[ cheers and applause ] p>> jimmy: i'm going to say off pthe bat, you seem so much pbubblier than gordon ramsay for psure. p>> i have to say gordon ramsay pis my younger brother jake's pcooking idol. pmy brother's a chef. phe came backstage and he was pgawking. p>> jimmy: well, you don't want pto get to know him too well. p>> really? p>> jimmy: well, he's mean, yeah. p>> oh. p>> jimmy: he spit girl scout pcookies all over the floor what pkind of a monster does that? p>> that guy, come on what's the pmatter? p>> jimmy: your first in my popinion is jurnee. pcorrect? p>> yeah, it's like if my name pwasn't weird enough my parents phad to spell it differently. p>> jimmy: that has to be a pain. p>> it is. eople want to pronounce it pjur-nay. p>> jimmy: like rene. p>> no. p>> jimmy: rur-nay. pyour brother's jake.
pjake -- p>> jimmy: my parents are like pthat too. pmy parents are joan and jim -- p>> there's more strange parents pthat do the "j" thing? p>> jimmy: not to the extent of pjurnee but yes. pmy sister's jill, my brother's pjonathan. pit does form a bond in the pfamily when you have the same -- pyou know. pdid they expect you to marry a pguy who's got a "j" in his name? p>> my husband's name is josiah. p>> jimmy: there you go. p[ applause ] pthat's great for the towels and peverything, monograms. p>> it's great, we've just got to pbuy a "jb." p>> jimmy: very nice. phow long have you been married? p>> five and a half years. p>> jimmy: when you were a little pgirl you were on "full house." pwe got a picture. p>> oh my gosh. p>> jimmy: there you are. p[ cheers and applause ] pdo you know which of the olsen ptwins? p>> no, sorry, i failed. p>> jimmy: how long were you on pthis show?
pthen i was offered a spinoff. pand my mom said no. p>> jimmy: i had such a crush on pher, you remember her? p[ laughter ] pyour mom said no to the spinoff? p>> yeah she was tired. pall my siblings were working, pall six of us. p>> jimmy: as actors? p>> yeah, five of us were. pshe was like, i'm not doing panother television show until pall of them are on the same pshow. pso the producers of "full house" pwere like, there's more? pbring them all in. p>> jimmy: oh, you guys -- what pwas the name of this though? p>> it was on abc. pit was called "on our own." p>> jimmy: wow. p>> we went into -- p>> jimmy: these are your real pbrothers and sisters? p>> except for him. p>> jimmy: yeah. pokay. pwow, that's crazy. pwow. pthat's convenient for mom, first pof all. pbut was that fun for you to be pon with your brothers and psisters? p>> it was so much fun. pit was criminal they even gave pus a show. pwe had like our rap group, okay?
p>> yeah, so my mom used to palways play public enemy in the phouse. pwe were huge public enemy fans. p>> jimmy: what? p>> i was flavor flav. p>> jimmy: wait, how old are you? p>> 7. pi had a big clock hanging around pmy neck, i'd swing it. pall i had to do is chime in and pbe like, yeah, boys! p>> jimmy: being an adult what psongs would you do? p>> when we met with abc, like pthese amazing executives at abc phad us come in to try to decide pand we performed "shut 'em down" pby public enemy. p>> jimmy: do you remember any of pthat song? p>> the first -- yeah. pi remember it. p>> how did it go? p i testified my mama cried pblack people died when the other pman lied p[ cheers and applause ] p>> ladies and gentlemen, that's pwhy i'm not a rapper.
pcome in and be flavor flav. p>> jimmy: wow. pthat's really weird. pthat's very, very strange. pby the way, i watched your new pshow, i thought it was really pgood, i enjoyed watching it. p>> thank you. p>> jimmy: it's very different. p>> it's not what you would pexpect. p>> jimmy: not at all. pespecially the opening scene. pwhere there's like rap music. p>> kanye west yeah. pit opens with kanye's "black pskinhead." p>> jimmy: i never want to ruin pwhat people are going to see. p>> i just gave it away? p>> jimmy: can you describe your pcharacter? p>> "underground" is about the punderground railroad, the first pcivil rights movement. p>> jimmy: imagine that with pkanye west -- p>> rosalie has never been off pthe plantation and is forced to pmake this choice, do i run or pnot? pdo i run 600 miles, leaving my pfamily behind? pand really, you know, the papproach to the show is bold. pit's audacious. pit's shocking. pand it's really what you pwouldn't expect. p>> jimmy: it is. p>> but we have so many amazing
pjohn legend is a producer on the pshow. pand curated the music. pso he chose -- p>> jimmy: he did a good job. pi wor boy worred watching it, what pis it like when most of the pafrican-american actors are pslaves on the show, and most of pthe white actors are slave powners, and a lot of them are retty bad? pwhat's it like at lunch? p[ laughter ] pis it weird? p>> honestly, i have to say -- plike the actors who had to do plike the really bad things, they pwere the sweetest to us. p>> jimmy: they were. pi bet they were! pi would be too! p>> oh, yeah, they were. pno, like p.j. who plays bill, phe's one of the slave drivers on pthe plantation -- p>> jimmy: he's terrible. p>> he does awful things to me. pand he was like my best friend pon set. p>> jimmy: it's called povercompensation. p[ laughter ] p>> you think so? p>> jimmy: definitely worth pwatching.
p this is "nightline." p>> tonight, apple versus the pfbi. pit is an abc news exclusive. pcook. pwhy he is refusing to comply pwith a federal demand to unlock pthe iphone of one of the san pbernardino killers. hone. pthis case is about the future. p>> how it feels to be in the eye pof the storm in a fierce pnational debate over security pversus privacy. p>> it's not just about privacy, pit's also about public safety. p>> and what he has to say about papple. p plus dalia dippolito made