tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC July 13, 2015 11:35pm-12:38am EDT
i'm the host short. thank you for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. i don't mean to silence you but we have a lot to get to. first i have an important medical announcement for those of you who wear skinny jeans. doctors are warning that skinny jeans are potentially hazardous to your health. that's right, score another win for yoga pants. according to a case study, if you spend a lot of time in a squatting position wearing skinny jeans, can lead to serious nerve damage in your lower legs. all right. so don't spend a lot of time in a squatting position. who spends a lot of time in a squatting position? maybe if you're a catcher on a major league baseball team. they get a uniform to wear, they're not in skinny jeans. the report cites the story of a 35-year-old woman in skinny jeans who wound up lying motionless on the pavement, unable to get up, after helping
a relative move. see, to see the lesson there is, don't help a relative move. right? here's the thing, we're sending a mixed message. first we tell the kids their pants are too loose. now we're telling them they're too tight and they're dangerous. it's like goldilocks and the three bears. and really, how dangerous could these skinny jeans be? mick jagger is still with us, he seems fine. he's 114 years old. these are the sorts of problems i see a president donald trump tackling in the future. i really do. this is day nine of donald trump's presidential campaign. already he's causing international trouble. mexico may pull out of the miss universe pageant, true, which donald trump co-owns, because of the comments he made last week. lupita jones, she runs the organization that chooses miss mexico, says she's seriously
thinking about pulling her contestants out of the pageant this year because trump in a speech last week, he said in order to stop mexicans from coming into the country he would build a wall like nobody can build a well wall. he also said mexico sends drugs, crime and rapists to america. which is not a particularly presidential thing to say. i guess he forgot to mention mexico sends many great things to america. food, music, salma hayek they sent us. [ cheers and applause ] maybe best of all, extremely adorable security guards that work on talk shows. [ cheers and applause ] >> guillermo: yeah, that's right, yeah! >> jimmy: without emigration from mexico we wouldn't have guillermo. i'm very sorry about this. >> guillermo: it's okay, jimmy. >> jimmy: i hate that you got dragged into this. you have something to say to trump? >> guillermo: yes, i do. >> jimmy: this is a free country. you go ahead and say whatever it is you feel like saying, okay? >> guillermo: okay. ♪
with a heckler today. he was speaking at a white house reception honoring lgbt pride month when he was interrupted by what was described in the news as an undocumented transgender woman. >> i told you that the civil rights of lgbt americans is -- >> president obama! >> hold on a second. [ inaudible ]. >> okay, you know what? no, no, no, no, no. no, no, no, no, no, no, no. hey. [ inaudible ] listen, you're in my house. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: then he had her removed from the white house. i don't blame him. that happens to me too. i get heckled in my house by women all the time. there's my wife, my daughter, and my mother. i tell you something, i find it impossible to have them removed, i really do. this is good. this comes to us from the town of edinburgh, texas. a lot of flooding in texas this year. watch this guy pass by a state
trooper who got stuck in it. >> unbelievable. ha ha ha! >> jimmy: that this even happened in the first place. oh, you know i forgot my gun, i'll just reach back in there -- and grab it. in london, buckingham palace is said to be so badly in need of major renovation the queen might have to move out. they say the palace needs an estimated $237 million worth of repair and renovation, which you know what, that's what happens when you drive a motorcycle indoors, your highness. the palace hasn't had any major improvements since the queen assumed the throne in 1952. which means she may have to vacate the palace for a while and stay at one of her other royal residences in winterfell, maybe even king's landing. wouldn't you love to see the queen yelling at her contractor? you told me this would be completely finished by christmas!
all right, it's time to go outside. it's time to meet the people for a game, a rousing round of a game we call "generation gap." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my cousin sal is outside on hollywood boulevard. hi, you doing? >> sal: trying to survive in my skinny jeans. >> jimmy: all right. well, sal, let's meet our contestants tonight. first, a woman we met many times before, a reigning and undefeated champion, katy daly. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we've fall no one love with katy and we ask you to come back each time. welcome back, katy. >> thank you. >> jimmy: remind us if you would of your age, what is your age? >> i'm 92. >> jimmy: 92 years old. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: still very, very smart. your challenger tonight, katy, is rachel, hello. >> hi. >> jimmy: rachel, where are you from? >> west menare, louisiana. >> jimmy: how old are you,
rachel? >> 13. >> jimmy: two very different ages, two very different spheres of knowledge. here's how the game works. i'll ask each of you about something from your opponent's generation or close to it, and whoever gets the most answers right wins. all right? >> okay. >> all right. >> jimmy: you ready to do battle? >> oh, sure. >> yes. >> jimmy: okay, very good. all right. our first question is, for katy, what is candy crush? >> candy crush? >> jimmy: yes. >> that sounds like a strip teaser. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that does sound like a strip teaser but it is not, it's far more wholesome than that. what is candy crush? >> it's a game where you -- i know what you do. >> jimmy: what do you do? >> it's like this candy and you slide and get points and it's like -- you have to get four in
a row and you get all the candy -- >> jimmy: we're going to give no one the answer on that one. you're tied 0-0. it's a game where you crush candy, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay, there you go. all right. next question is for you to answer first, rachel. rachel, what is a werther's original? what is a werther's original? >> um -- >> jimmy: take a guess if it doesn't come to mind immediately. >> is it like -- a person who -- >> jimmy: it is not a person, i'm sorry, rachel. katy, would you like to answer that question? >> yes, it's a candy. >> jimmy: it as candy. [ cheers and applause ] katy jumps out to the lead. we're going to take a break. when we come back, there's more. it's the battle of the ages, "generation gap" when we return. we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ]
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summer just barely started. >> oh, i like to get a head start. >> jimmy: all right. we'll slide right into christmas, then. our next question is we're going to start with rachel. rachel, which actress was the star of the movie "cat on a hot tin roof"? "cat on a hot tin roof." >> um -- >> jimmy: from a long time ago. >> it sounds familiar. >> jimmy: yeah. >> barbra streisand? >> jimmy: no. it was not barbra streisand. but that was a good guess. katy, who starred in that movie? >> liz taylor. >> jimmy: liz taylor is absolutely right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, katy. which singer taught us that the haters are going to hate hate hate hate hate? >> oh. i think you got me there. this is a singer? >> jimmy: this is a singer, yeah. the players are going to play to
play play to play play. >> oh, there's a clue in there, i know, but i'm not getting it. >> jimmy: the haters are going to hate hate hate hate hate. >> jimmy: do you know what a player is? >> a player? >> jimmy: yeah, a player. >> someone who -- is in the game. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. that's right. [ cheers and applause ] >> okay. >> jimmy: do you have a guess as to who the singer is, katy? >> i don't really. >> jimmy: the answer -- well, let's go back -- rachel, rachel who is the singer? >> taylor swift. >> jimmy: taylor swift, yes. we had liz taylor, we have taylor swift, now the game's a little bit closer. and the next question is for katy. katy, name someone in "five seconds of summer." >> oh, yes, that was that band that played before one direction. >> jimmy: wow. that is right. >> yes, i know that. >> jimmy: how do you know that? >> as i said, i have grandchildren. >> jimmy: grandchildren, okay. >> sal: five seconds of summer was her trip back east last week.
>> what the heck? >> jimmy: that's a good one, cousin sal. thank you. >> okay. >> jimmy: you got that right, katy. >> yes, i did. >> jimmy: katy? >> what is it? >> jimmy: never mind. >> i thought i answered it. >> jimmy: rachel, can you name someone from five seconds of summer? >> i know one direction. >> jimmy: we didn't ask about one direction, we asked about five s.o.s. >> i don't know any of this. >> jimmy: that's a zero for you too. name someone on "60 minutes." "60 minutes." one of the anchors, correspondents. have you ever seen the show "60 minutes"? >> i don't think i have. >> jimmy: you haven't, do you know what it is? >> no. >> jimmy: so then there's really no point to even thinking about
it, is there. all right. katy, can you do that, name someone from "60 minutes"? >> yes, diane sawyer. >> jimmy: no. no, diane sawyer is part of the abc news family, "60 minutes" is cbs. >> oh. >> jimmy: katy, we're all so disappointed in you. but let's go to the next question which is for rachel. rachel, who is this man? the man on the screen. who is that man? >> oh, i do know him. >> is he a singer? >> jimmy: she was a singer, yes. >> it looks like somebody from the beatles. >> jimmy: oh, you're getting very close. >> is his name joe? i don't know. >> sal: so sad. >> jimmy: we're all so old. >> i know the answer. >> jimmy: katy, what is his
name? >> john lennon. >> jimmy: john lennon is right. [ cheers and applause ] all right, katy. next one is another video question. who is this? >> oh, my. >> jimmy: yes, my indeed. give me a hint, his name is not joe. >> it's not joe. well. how about pete? >> jimmy: it is not pete. >> okay. >> jimmy: rachel, who is that? >> harry potter. >> jimmy: that is harry potter. all right, we've got a close game. next question, we start with katy. katy, what is pandora? >> i'm sorry, wait a minute -- they're going by. >> jimmy: wow, the guys -- ♪ >> jimmy: those are guillermo's
guys. ♪ >> jimmy: i'm sorry, let's go again. katy, what is pandora? pandora. >> andora is a country. >> jimmy: is a what? >> it's a country near spain. >> jimmy: no, katy -- >> i thought he said andorra. >> jimmy: i did not say andorra. i said pandora. rachel, what is pandora? >> it's a music station, radio -- >> jimmy: that is right, it's close enough. we have a tie game. this is our final question. >> oh, boy. >> jimmy: the final question is -- for rachel, you get to try first. what is a pandora's box? >> does it have to do with music?
>> jimmy: it does not have to do with music. >> does it involve money? >> jimmy: in a way, kind of, yes, a little bit. >> do you keep money in it? . >> jimmy: you don't know, do you? all right, katy. for the chance to win it all, what is a pandora's box? what is pandora's box? >> pandora's box was when they opened the box, the evil things came out. >> jimmy: is that right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that means katy is still our champion. congratulations, katy! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we offer you a special prize. cousin sal? thanks for playing "generation gap." we have music from a thousand horses, jeffrey dean morgan is here. be right back with wanda sykes! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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something when i went to kiss you, you kind of moved away. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i thought, oh-oh, what did i do? >> i'm a little sick, i didn't want you to catch anything. >> jimmy: thank you for doing that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you want to entertain them for one second, if you would? >> okay. >> jimmy: thank you. [ laughter ] >> you should use tequila. >> jimmy: yeah, didn't have any of that. guillermo? oh, he won't spare any of that. who did this to you? >> i have kids. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, right. >> they're little germ monsters. >> they really are. >> you're always sick. when when you feel good you're still a little sick. >> jimmy: as a comedian you need your voice. as a mom you need your voice too. you can't text the kids to yell at them, right? >> yes, exactly. yeah, they're only 6. but i'm pretty good at throwing legos. i can throw a lego all over the house. so i'm good.
throw a little lego at them. it gets their attention. then i give them the mama look and they know. >> jimmy: what is the mama look? >> say, if they messed up. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and that works? >> it works. >> jimmy: my mother, she would bite her finger. she'd bite her finger. >> she would have hurt herself. >> jimmy: funny you say that. at a certain age, i think like 13, that occurred to me and i started laughing and she never was able to bite her finger again. or else i would just laugh at her. i think that's an italian thing, biting your finger. rrrr! and "get out of my sight" was another big one, that was the worst one, "get out of my sight." >> i don't want to see you, i can't even look at your face right now! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a nice combination. you've been on tour all over. throughout the south. >> yes. >> jimmy: when you were on tour
in the south did did they hide the confederate flags? i'd think you'd be outspoken about that kind of thing. >> you'd think one black person is going to do something like that? >> jimmy: that anyone is going to do something -- >> wanda's coming, let's fold that baby up! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no? >> spruce the place up! no, no. i remember the first time i played in charleston, south carolina. and the limo driver, you know, he picked us up, taking us to the hotel. this was a black guy. old black man. he goes on the way to the hotel, y'all want me to stop you by the town square where they used to have the slave auctions? [ laughter ] and i was with another comedian, black guy, keith robinson. we looked at each other like, are you for real? did you really ask us that? why would we want to see that? hell, no! take me to the corner where you all [ bleep ] racists, that's what i want to know. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: do people who come to your show, do you find most of
them know you from "curb your enthusiasm" or from one of the other shows? >> it's a mix. it's a nice mix. there's the audience who have been with me from standup, there's new people who came off of old christine. [ cheers and applause ] i can tell who they are. because, you know -- i got a curse doing my show. so i say bad words. they do this. like, oh, that barb has a foul mouth! and then there's the larry david audience from "curb." they just want me to yell at them. you know. or, you know, just -- yeah, just curse and yell at them. then there's like the pooty tang audience. they always just want to give me weed. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that seems like the friendliest of all the reactions. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: maybe people get confused as far as yelling goes.
because on "curb your enthusiasm" you played wanda sykes. >> right. >> jimmy: you were playing yourself. >> wanda sykes cranked up to like 11. >> jimmy: right, i gotcha. >> they really think that's who i am. so they stop me in airports. wanda, it's my mother's birthday, can you tell her kiss your ass or something like that? why would i do that? no. >> jimmy: this is your second season as executive producer of "last comic standing"? >> yes, sec season. >> jimmy: this show's been on a long time now. >> i know, but it's so much better now that we took it over. >> jimmy: now that you took it over. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you say you took it over. do you really genuinely run the show? or did they say -- >> my partner and i, we have a production company push it and we literally went out and, you know, we said -- because they asked us to start running the show, take it over. we said, only way we'll do it is if, one, we have to elevate the level of judges. you know, i said i need top judges.
i said, we want to go out and pick the comics too. so we literally crossed the country and looked at everybody. we saw like probably 2,000, 2,500 comics and invited them to l.a. and i said, it's invitation only. we don't waste anybody's time bringing comics in. >> jimmy: right. >> because bad comedy is not fun to watch. >> jimmy: exactly. >> except for comics sitting in the back of the room watching the cometic die, then it's funny. >> jimmy: it's not like bad singing where you can get some pleasure out of it. >> right, right, right. yeah, bad comedy is not fun to watch. so we wanted to put really good comics out there. we said, america's not allowed to vote. because they don't know any better. they don't. america's awful at voting. >> jimmy: who votes? >> just the judges. >> jimmy: i like that. >> no network executives. i don't vote, paige doesn't vote. >> jimmy: we should do that with congress, too.
who are the judges on the show this time around? >> roseanne barr is back, and we added norm macdonald. >> jimmy: oh, great, that will be great, oh, yeah. >> so much fun to watch. the judges are just funny alone. then we have the new host is anthony jesselman. >> jimmy: the judges help the comics? or just critique them? >> they give them critiques and -- but a lot of the information, you know -- the critiques that they give them, you see the comics actually use that. if they make to it the next round. >> jimmy: you kind of have to use it. if you ignore the judges they're going to -- >> well, what a jerk, right? you know everything, huh? yeah. >> jimmy: you can't go to that america decides thing either because the judges are deciding. this is fun for you? >> it is, i'm having fun. >> jimmy: do you worry at all? if you're kind of like bringing
a new generation of comics up that they'll just march in and replace the veteran comics? in a way this seems like kind of a bad idea for the craft itself. >> yeah. you know what? you might have a good point there. what am i doing? next thing you know, you'll be gone, fallon will be gone, you know -- i got to watch out for you white guys. >> jimmy: yeah, really. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're an endangered species. >> i'm sorry. what am i doing? >> jimmy: thank you for watching out for white people. i'm really glad. >> yes, that's my job. you know in. >> jimmy: wanda sykes, everybody. watch her on "last comic stand," on nbc. we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world.
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>> that would have been sweet. >> jimmy: i heard you rode a motorcycle here. >> i did, i rode a motorcycle, i had some road grime on my other nice t-shirt that i brought with me. >> jimmy: i gotcha. >> now i'm wearing this. >> jimmy: i thought you were wearing it on your own. >> i know, i wear it all the time. that's what i meant to say. >> jimmy: do you wear a helmet when you're on the motorcycle? >> it's the law now, so yeah. >> jimmy: you do, all right. do people get pulled over for that? >> i understand. i think so. they also make fake helmets. the strength of a ping-pong ball cut in half. you put a d.o.t. stick over the back. >> jimmy: what's the point of that? if you're wearing a -- you have the inconvenience of wearing something on your head but none of the safety of it. >> there is nothing good about it. >> jimmy: i see. >> nothing good can come from it. they might look a little keeler. you look like a kazoo with the regulation hell help. if you're trying to look good, then you wear the helmets that wouldn't do anything if you run
into a rear-view mirror. it's going to take your head off. >> jimmy: all right, all right. this is interesting. >> i wear a real helmet. i look like a kazoo. >> jimmy: how many kids do you have? >> i have one. >> jimmy: one, okay. >> 5-year-old boy. >> jimmy: so you have to. >> that's the this in. his mother has made it clear, maybe slow down on the motorcycles. when i first moved to l.a., it was the only way i had to get around. i couldn't afford a car for ten years, i had a motorcycle. then i could buy a car finally. now i have like five motorcycles. but i transport my dogs in them, you know. >> jimmy: on the motorcycle? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how does that work? >> right on the gas tank. >> jimmy: really? >> i have two dogs who both learned to ride motorcycles. big dogs. they were 75 to 100-pound dogs. >> do they wear dog helmets? >> no. >> jimmy: do they make dog helmets? >> when bear was around, there wasn't a helmet law, neither of wore helmets. beezy didn't need a helmet. >> jimmy: i've never seen somebody riding around with a dog on a motorcycle. >> i've seen it but back then, if my dog had to go to the vet,
we're going to the bike. >> jimmy: yeah. right. >> and beezu, she used to hear my motorcycle in the garage starting and she'd jump right on. she knew. >> jimmy: it's got to be confusing for dogs. where's the window for me to stick my head out of? >> i would have my hands on handlebars, she'd put her head on my arm and just literally fall asleep on the freeway going 70 miles an hour from here to san diego. >> jimmy: wow. >> it was awesome. people used to take pictures with big old cameras, before phones. >> right, yeah. >> but yeah. >> jimmy: where do you live now? >> upstate new york. >> jimmy: yeah, okay. >> we had a house here for years. when my son was born, my wife and i were like, you know, let's raise our kids somewhere else where you can be outside. we now live on a 60-acre farm. >> jimmy: wow. >> a working farm. we've got cattle and alpaca and chickens. >> jimmy: alpaca?
>> alpaca. and a lama that named wally llama. alpaca character tony and stella, named after anthony hopkins and some other crazy alpaca too. >> jimmy: these are pets? >> they're more pets than anything else. you shave them once a year and so you can do some knitting with alpaca wool. >> jimmy: can you eat them? >> i don't think so, no. i don't eat any of my animals. the chickens are for the eggs. the cows are dairy cows. and then the alpaca are -- just to giggle at. >> jimmy: i know you own a candy store up in that area. >> yeah. >> jimmy: with paul rudd. >> yeah. >> jimmy: how did that happen? how'd you guys go into that business? >> i don't know. when i moved to this little town of rhinebeck, we moved up there, we met this guy named ira. he owned this candy store that had been there 25 years. last year he kind of suddenly and tragically passed away. and i just --
>> jimmy: diabetes? >> no. >> jimmy: sorry. let's pretend i didn't say that. [ laughter ] >> sorry, ira. but he passed away and we were at dinner one night and i'm like, man, we've got to save this and not let it turn into a burger king or whatever the hell they want to put in there. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and so we bought it. and paul and i have very little to do with it. everybody else does the work because we're off doing whatever we do. >> jimmy: your son must be so excited, to even a candy store. >> he's like the little mayor of the town and greets everybody in the candy store. what i figured out that he does is he's a five-finger discounter. everything. if you take your eye off him for a minute, you look in his pocket, it's like shoved full of candy. i mean, it's crazy. >> jimmy: yeah, he's literally a kid in a candy store. >> literally a kid in a candy store why you can't blame him. >> exactly right. >> jimmy: this show, first of all, doing a television show with halle berry is like -- it's
kind of crazy. >> yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i never imagined she would do a television show, a network television show. >> it's crazy. i don't know how they got her. i know how they got me. she was attached to it. >> jimmy: they said they got her. >> yeah, she was already there. they're very lucky to have her. >> jimmy: a little confusing. she's an astronaut? >> it's a lot confusing. >> jimmy: all right. >> no, and as a matter of fact, they brought my character on to kind of make it less confusing. because i'm the guy that says, what the hell's happening? all the time. >> jimmy: right. >> i'm like the audience. like i'll hopefully help explain what's going on in the show. she's an astronaut that goes to space and comes back pregnant. but she's been alone in space for 13 months. that's kind of the setup from last year. this year i come flying in from nowhere. not literally flying.
i play a cop of the future. and i find her messing around a crime scene. soon enough, we are now a tandem that are out to kind of save the world from the baby that she had from last season. it's a crazy -- there's a lot of the stuff. i wish i could explain it. but i'm on episode 13 and i'm like, what happened? >> jimmy: beware of babies i think is the takeaway. >> no, they're adults now. big, scary adults. >> one quick thing, will you be playing -- this is a photograph from the set of "batman versus superman." is that you in this picture? >> gol dang, it sure looks like me. >> jimmy: it does. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think -- >> you'd probably have to watch the movie to see if that's me. that looks a lot like me, man. >> jimmy: there you go. jeffrey dean morgan. watch him. the season premiere of "extant" airs july 1st at 10:00 p.m. on cbs. we'll return with music from a thousand horses! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is
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jeffrey dean morgan. and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first, this is their album "southernality" - here with the song "this ain't no drunk dial" a thousand horses. ♪ ♪ girl don't hang up i called on purpose ♪ ♪ yeah i've had a few hell i'm hurting ♪ ♪ our song came on the radio i could hear you singin along so i took the long way home ♪ ♪ so i could listen to it all sounds like ohh ohh ohh woah oh oh ♪ ♪ it sounds like ohh ohh ohh woah oh oh ♪
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open i'll be there before you know it ♪ ♪ this ain't no drunk dial ain't no words that i'll forget in the mornin ♪ ♪ still mean everything i said i know it's late and i ain't called in a while ♪ ♪ but this ain't no drunk dial this ain't no drunk dial ♪ ♪ this ain't courage from a bottle it's just one last shot to give it all we got yeah ♪ ♪ sounds like ohh ohh ohh woah oh oh it sounds like ♪ ♪ ohh ohh ohh woah this ain't no drunk dial ♪ ♪ ain't no words that i'll forget in the mornin' still mean everything i said i know it's late ♪ and i ain't called in a while but this ain't no drunk
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