tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC February 12, 2018 11:35pm-12:37am EST
>> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! heather graham,down, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome to the show. thanks for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. thank you for joining us. [ cheers and applause ] on a special day. today is an important day in american history. today is abraham lincoln's
birthday. abraham lincoln was -- [ cheers and applause ] -- born 209 years ago. of course he was tragically assassinated at ford's theater in washington by a member of ms-13. [ laughter ] i read that on the white house website. is that not right? lincoln was known -- i was looking him up today. he was known as honest, a the great emancipator, the rail splitter, tight coop. he had a lot of nicknames. he was like the diddy of 1863. [ laughter ] even had his own vodka. [ laughter ] you know, it's funny. when you think about president lincoln's hat, the tall stovepipe hat he wore, and then you think about donald trump's hat. it's kind of all you need to know, right? [ cheers and applause ] today isn't presidents day. presidents day is next monday. but president obama and his wife michelle were honored at the smithsonian today with the unveiling of their official portraits. this is a tradition that goes back to george washington in 1796. it's a big deal. and the obamas were there in
person to be part of it. >> whoo! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're on your own bitches. i like it. it's very modern. this is the real portrait off bama by the artist gahindi wily. it's not the traditional man posing in front of desk with a flag in the background. it pictures the president in front of flowers that represent chicago, africa and hawaii. i'm sure that's what they represent, but where have i seen that background before? [ laughter ] oh, that's right. [ cheers and applause ] from the shirt future president nolte wore for his mugshot. speaking of the future and presidents, this portrait got me thinking today. the president gets to pick the artist. i wonder what trump's official portrait is going to look like. and i imagine it will look
something like this. [ cheers and applause ] poor mike pence had to check himself right into conversion therapy. the president's son eric -- eric trump unveiled some artwork of his own this weekend. remember "trump" magazine? neither does anyone else. [ laughter ] apparently, trump had a magazine and it might be making a comeback because eric trump took some time off from slicking his hair back with the blood of an endangered snow leopard to post this to twitter on friday. he tweeted "trump magazine 2018 hashtag hot off the press." in the past i've doubted eric's business acumen, but everyone knows that in 2018 the real money is in print media. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] he's also unveiling a new line of trump vcrs that are said to be --
[ laughter ] so eric didn't tweet more details on trump magazine. all he said was it's going to be like "vanity fair" but with a lot more vanity, like ten times more. it's going to be vanity great. so "trump" magazine could be back. which is great. the president needs more magazines to get spanked with. [ laughter ] t the president had a very trumpy weekend. after giving two very little thumbs up to the nunes memo the republicans cooked up to try to cast doubt on the russia investigation the president refused to release the democratic rebuttal memo. even though trump made the nunes memo public against the wishes of the fbi and department of justice. the white house now says they can't release the counter memo written by democrats because of, quote, national security concerns. does he realize he is our national security concern? [ cheers and applause ] but this memo -- i think i know why he doesn't want to release it. it's ten pages long. so trump told them to send it back in the proper form, which is one paragraph read to him
aloud by two hooters waitresses carrying three orders of hot wings. listen, ten pages. the president can't spend all day poring over memos. he's got wife beaters to defend on twitter. okay? [ laughter ] i know this goes to the memo. trump knows we can't keep up with him and all his shenanigans. he'll sit on the memo. in the meantime he'll keep doing outrageous things. he'll call an olympic ice skater a fruitcake or something, make sylvester stallone secretary of defense, and no one will remember any of this memo business and we'll go right on to the next crazy stories. did you watch any of the olympics over the weekend? [ cheers and applause ] mike pence is there. which is good. on friday night there was a cyber attack in pyeongchang. someone attacked the official olympic website and took out wi-fi in the stadium during the opening ceremonies, which was devastating. thousands of people had to wait until they got back to their hotels to post to instagram. it was a real mess. [ laughter ] security officials say this was the most elaborate, exquisitely coordinated cyber attack to
mildly inconvenience a sporting event ever. because the olympics are on nbc, we're not allowed to show footage from it. it's illegal for us because we didn't pay for it. but we are allowed to show footage from youtube and pretend it's from the olympics. and with that said, i'm very pleased to present this exclusive never-before-seen moment from the u-lympics. >> closing out the women's freestyle is canadian sophie green. she opens with some pitter pats. into a side waggle. oops. slight deduction there. and here's the landing. she nails it! [ cheers and applause ] look at the replay. feet, hands, and head. all five points firmly on the ice. >> jimmy: nicely done, sophie. your move, nathan chen. [ cheers and applause ]
but the real story of the olympics surprisingly aren't athletes. the stars of the olympics so far are the cheerleaders from north korea. have you seen these north korean cheerleaders? kim jong un sent a team of more than 200 women to cheer on the north korean athletes and anything -- it doesn't seem like they know what they're cheering. during -- the north korean women lost to switzerland in hockey 8-0. they cheered the zamboni machine when it came out. [ laughter ] really. these women are cheering like their lives depend on it. because they do. they literally do. [ laughter ] but the cheers themselves, i have to admit, are very catchy. ♪ ♪ that looks like fun, right? it's kind of -- we should try
that. we should see if we can do that here in our studio audience. [ cheers and applause ] i'm going to show the first part. and pay really close attention and try to memorize it. okay? ♪ ♪ la, la, la, la, la >> jimmy: la, la, la, la, la. okay, you guys try it. ready? ♪ la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ ♪ la, la, la, la, la okay. great. very well done. i'm impressed. now show the second part. ♪ >> jimmy: i-gora. here we go. u-gira. ♪
>> jimmy: i can't imagine how insane this sounds. the last part is the same as the first part. we'll dot first part, then the second part we just saw and the first part again to close it out. all right? ready? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ la, la, la, la, la ♪ la, la, la, la, la ♪ i-gora, i-gora ♪ i-gora, i-gora ♪ la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ la, la, la [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love that. i feel like a dictator. hey, kim jong un, i hope you're watching and i hope you remember
this before you send a missile our way. we're in los angeles. all right? [ cheers and applause ] let's take a break. when we come back from the break, we will get in -- we will delve into tonight's episode of "the bachelor" and chat with the mysterious missing person known as bekah m. so stick around. we'll be right back. ♪ >> dicky: abc's "jimmy kimmel live," brought to you by subaru. the winter of '77. i first met james in 5th grade. we got married after college. and had twin boys. but then one night, a truck didn't stop. but thanks to our forester, neither did our story. and that's why we'll always drive a subaru. this is google home max.
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after a long and tumultuous six weeks arie is down to his final bekah. there's only one left. next week arie visits the families of the four women that remain. it's always an emotional time in a relationship when you meet all eight of your four girlfriends' parents. [ laughter ] you know, there's so much to love about arie, but as he demonstrated in tuscany tonight, his laugh is not one of them. >> ha, ha, ha, ha. >> ha, ha, ha. >> ha, ha, ha. >> ha, ha, ha, ha. >> ha, ha, ha, hoo, hoo, hoo. >> ha, ha, ha. >> jimmy: he might be a "west-world" robot. either that or the mushrooms are kicking in. i don't know. [ laughter ] so during his one-on-one date with lauren b. tonight, arie delivered what might be the worst reaction to someone saying they love you not just in bachelor history but in the history of mankind. >> and the way i feel now, every
time i'm with you, it's very obvious to me that i feel like i'm starting to fall in love with you. >> i never thought it would be like that. ♪ [ tires screeching ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: well, that's what you get when you make a race car driver the bachelor. it all worked out for lauren b. she got a rose. three women did not get roses tonight including bekah m. bekah m. is the 22-year-old nanny who my wife said is her favorite person in the history of the show. we see a lot of crying on the show every week, but after 22 seasons we've never seen a tear like this tear. >> i don't like when i'm not
seen for who i really am. it hurts me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a black tear. either bekah is the antichrist or we need to get her some waterproof mascara. i don't know. i don't know if you read last week, but bekah somehow found herself on a missing persons list up in northern california. for real. she was reported missing by her mom. he had mother didn't know where she was. spokesman for the sheriff in humboldt county said she was off working on a marijuana farm. of course i have a lot of questions about this. so we contacted -- bekah has now been found and she is with us now, freshly eliminated from "the bachelor" tonight. please say hello to bekah m. hello, bekah m. >> hello. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm doing good. i'm doing good. >> jimmy: bekah, tonight we witnessed perhaps the most shocking elimination in "bachelor" history. my wife was devastated. how are you doing? >> you know, i'm hanging in there. >> jimmy: you're hanging in
there. >> it was shocking for me as well. but i'm picking up the pieces as we go along. >> jimmy: before we get into the missing person thing, i have to know. you're 22 years old. >> yes. >> jimmy: what's wrong with tinder? why go on "the bachelor"? [ laughter ] >> well, for one thing, i have been a fan of the show for years and i've been saying for the past three or four years that -- i've just been telling all my family and friends, yeah, i'm going to go on "the bachelor" one day. >> jimmy: who matter who the guy was? >> well, i was hoping it would be peter. but tended up being arie. so. >> jimmy: so tia told arie you weren't ready for marriage and then arie eliminated you from the show. have you spoken to tia since she threw you under the schoolbus? >> against my will, yeah. >> jimmy: you did. do you keep in touch with any of the women on the show? >> pretty much all of them. >> jimmy: oh, you do? >> yeah. >> jimmy: who's your closest friend on the show? >> definitely kendall. i actually literally was spending the night at her house last night. >> jimmy: oh, she's the one with all the taxidermy. >> yeah. >> jimmy: is her house a nightmare of animal heads?
>> you wake up in the morning there's literally a goat staring you right in the face. >> jimmy: are you sure there was a goat or are you still on the marijuana farm? [ laughter ] [ applause ] bekah, did you get those earrings on the marijuana farm? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> they're trippy, right? >> jimmy: so what happened? why were you on the missing persons list in humboldt county? >> all right. let me set the record straight. first of all, a lot of people thought i lied to my mother, saying i was on a farm when i was actually on "the bachelor." but no, i had already been eliminated from the show and i just decided to go up to the mountains with some friends for a couple of weeks, and i was there for six or seven days without phone service, which i thought i was going to have phone service. and i told my mother that i would. and you know, i just had this weird feeling on like the sixth or seventh day, i'm like i need to go home now. so i got in my car, drove to
where i had service, called my parents, and then, yeah, i come to find out only 12 hours before my mother had called the humboldt sheriff's department, saying that i was missing. >> jimmy: so you were not on a marijuana farm. you were in the mountains. >> is that what that was? was that a marijuana farm i was on? >> jimmy: that's what the sheriff's department said -- oh, you were on a marijuana farm. [ laughter ] >> well, it's humboldt county. >> jimmy: i see. so every open field is a marijuana farm is what you're saying? [ laughter ] >> to set the record straight, i'm not a weed farmer. i'm still a nanny in l.a. but yes, my friends have a weed farm. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. when you're watching kids, you don't want to be known as the weed farmer. [ laughter ] and where are you right now, bekah? >> i'm here. >> jimmy: here where? >> i'm right here in the studio. >> jimmy: you're in our studio? >> yes. >> jimmy: oh. there you are. [ cheers and applause ] oh, all right.
so you've been found. well, thank you very much for coming. i'm sure you got eliminated. you didn't want to marry arie anyway, right? >> i mean -- >> jimmy: you want to go to phoenix and sell real estate? >> scottsdale. >> jimmy: all right. your mom knows your here? >> yes. >> jimmy: good. all right. bekah m., everybody. thank you, bekah. [ cheers and applause ] tonight on the show music from kane brown. heather graham is here. we'll be right back with milo ventimiglia. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by russell stover chocolates. handcrafted joy in a heart-shaped box this valentine's day. ntine's day. he's ok again. right. yeah you can get a mortgage that avoids pmi, but there's no way to avoid mip on... . hey! this'll help. rocket mortgage by quicken loans makes the complex simple. so, origination fees... this takes care of it, thank you. understand the details and get approved in as few as 8 minutes. by america's largest mortgage lender. bounce back, right right right, i get it now.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi. welcome back. tonight on the show from the forthcoming movie she wrote and directed called "half magic" heather graham is here with us. music from kane brown. trm night oscar isaac. 17-year-old gold medal-winning snowboarder red gerard. later this week charles barkley, natalie portman, kyrie irving, courtney bennett and music from monica. join us for all those wonderful guests. our first guest tonight has done more to highlight fire safety awareness than anyone since smokey the bear.
he plays the dearly departed jack on "this is us" which returns february 27th to abc, please welcome milo ventimiglia. [ cheers and applause ] you know, you just mentioned -- thank you for coming. it's great to have you here. i saw you saturday night. >> we saw each other at a birthday party. >> jimmy: we were at ellen degeneres's birthday party. >> 60th birthday party. >> jimmy: i was standing near the door and you walk in with your friend jason. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and the guy i was talking to goes, oh, my god, some hunters just walked in. because you were dressed like a fillson catalog. very outdoorsy. >> it was because we rode our motorcycles over to the party. >> jimmy: so you had to keep warm. >> you had to keep warm, keep safe. so i was like denim on denim. they don't make denim boots but -- leather and a hat. >> jimmy: if they made denim
boots you would have been wearing them. >> i would have been wearing denim boots. >> jimmy: it seemed as if you two had shown up to beat everyone up at the party. >> which would have been pretty impressive given the people that were there. it would have been horrible. >> jimmy: you'd be in prison forever. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but it was a good look. and now you're wearing mickey mouse i see. >> i am. >> jimmy: our corporate overlord. >> i grew up in orange county. so i grew up going to disneyland all the time. and i just woke up, i was like i want to roll with mickey today. >> jimmy: what are some of your fondest memories of disneyland as a child? >> man, growing up at disneyland, it was one of those places you'd go and fall in love but also get in real trouble. >> jimmy: really? i want to hear about both of those things. but start with the trouble. >> the trouble. when i was 12, i was there for my birthday, and i was allowed to take two friends, and i think it was aaron stagger and jeremy rex. and one of them had the good idea while we were on the sky tram, which is this cable that runs over tomorrowland and -- >> jimmy: oh, yeah. it's not there anymore.
>> it's not there anymore. probably for this very reason. when we were on the car ahead of my mom and dad and my sisters, and as we were going one of my friends, i don't know who it was, had the great idea to play a game called spit on someone and try to hit someone. >> jimmy: right. yeah. when you're 12 you never stop spitting. >> totally. it's a glandular thing. so you know, we're spitting over the edge. oh, wow, i hit a bald dude. and oh, yeah -- [ laughter ] and like 20 feet buff finish you're like they're watching now. so just be cool. be cool. and then all of a sudden we get there and the guy at the end of the ride is like, excuse me, can you guys wait right here? where are your parents? oh, they're in the one right behind us. just wait right here. and they're just staring at me. and then my mom and dad get out. and my dad, they're like excuse me, sir, is this -- yeah, that's my son. it's his birthday. cool. and my dad walks over, far enough out of earshot away and then he walks back and like the birthday was over.
>> jimmy: oh, is that right? >> it was done. >> jimmy: you went home. >> we went home. that was it. yeah. >> jimmy: no spitting at disneyland. >> no spitting at disneyland. >> jimmy: did you learn anything from that experience? do you feel like it taught you anything? >> there's cameras everywhere. [ laughter ] that's what i feel like i learned. there's cameras everywhere. >> jimmy: your dad, last time you were here you'd just been nominated for your first emmy award for best actor, which was a very big deal. your dad had -- correct me if i have any of this wrong. had just joined instagram. and instead of tweeting about your nomination, which you'd think your dad would be tweeting about, he was tweeting about national french fry day or something. right? [ laughter ] >> it was instagram. it was french fry day. then my dad moved on to like national chili mac day. then it was ice cream day. he was like these national days are killing me. >> jimmy: it's like your dad is off on a marijuana farm somewhere and these are the things that -- [ laughter ] >> maybe, man. at least he's found.
>> jimmy: so is he still -- >> causing trouble on instagram? yeah, he totally is. so two weeks ago it was the super bowl. and i take my dad with me to minneapolis and i said to my dad, hey, look, we're going to take a bunch of photos and fun stuff. just do me a favor and don't post anything online yet. just because, you know, don't want to leave a footprint. >> jimmy: oh, because if you post then people know where you are. >> sure. sure. and my dad, he's like oh, yeah. yeah, no problem. literally, like five minutes before there was like a shot that i took of he and i in the town car going to the airport. he's like "on the way to freeze our butts off." and the second we get there he's posting about the 50 yard line game and the private jet we were on and hanging out with roger goodell in roger goodell's box watching the game. roger goodell's the commissioner of the nfl. >> jimmy: yeah. so he doesn't listen to you at all. >> no. >> jimmy: in fact, you mentioned roger goodell.
yeah, this is you and your dad and roger goodell. >> yeah. >> jimmy: this is -- now, nobody likes roger goodell. do you guys like him? >> i love roger. >> jimmy: you love him. >> i do. >> jimmy: you know him personally? >> i do know him personally. so about ten years ago roger and i, we went on a uso tour to iraq and afghanistan, and it was roger, it was osi umeniyora, who had just won the super bowl for the giants. >> jimmy: right. >> it was drew brees, who was about to win the super bowl for the saints. and i just got to know this man who of course he's like the big boss of the nfl and he's got to make tough decisions, but who he was as a man, as an individual, just like spending time meeting the troops, talking to them, giving them whatever they can need. i was like, he's a really good guy. >> jimmy: interesting. is he better than your factor, do you think? >> i think pete's the top. pete's the top, yeah. >> jimmy: well, that's good to hear. so after the super bowl, of course, on "this is us" we've all known that your character is dead the whole time. >> sure. >> jimmy: but to actually see the cause of death was very upsetting for a lot of people.
>> yeah. >> jimmy: like a lot of people. and in a big way. in fact, i have some tweets. i'd like to share them with the audience now. "i just watched the episode of this is us where jack dies and i've been inconsolably crying for the last hour and i feel like i need therapy now." "my heart has never been this crushed and i've never cried from start to finish over an episode. i'm not okay." "oh, that's nice. jack died on my 18th birthday." [ laughter ] "i will have hate my birthday, but now every year i'm going to add more crying because i'm going to mourn the death of a fictional character." [ laughter ] >> wow. >> jimmy: and finally, "i knew that was how he died. why did you go back for that damn dog, jack? i'm so angry. you missed your family's lives for that dog? i'm heartbroken and it's not even five minutes in." >> yeah. >> jimmy: so what kind of reaction are you getting from people in person? >> a lot of people, they still -- they want a hug.
they don't really ask me for advice but they want that paternal knowing that things are okay. a lot of people walk up to me and they'll want to share their story. they're like, i'll tell you my story. >> jimmy: like. >> today i was at lunch and the manager of the restaurant walked up and said can i tell you my story? she was on maternity leave and she just had this baby and she was bingeing the show and she was just sobbing. i was like why would you binge this show? it's not one of these shows you binge. but then she was just relating the experience of having a baby and being a new parent to what i was going through. like that's one end of the spectrum. then the other end of the spectrum, which actually happened today as well, i was walking out of a parking garage. yeah, this happens all the time. it's crazy. i was walking out of the parking garage and i was walking out and i hear -- [ screaming ] i turn around and there's this guy driving out like big broad
smile. "i love you, jack! jack! jack!" so i walk over and i introduce myself. hey, i'm milo. oh, man, can we get a photo? i'm like yeah, cool. and the guy was so excited i'm like man, i've got to get a photo for myself. i take a photo with this guy. his name is kawan. he says he's in music. i hand him back his camera, i take the photo. i'm walking away. as i'm walking away, wait, wait, wait, wait, what's your real name? [ laughter ] and then i turn back around. i'm like oh, milo. how's it going? >> jimmy: it's interesting. it's almost like being tom sawyer and going to your own funeral and watching these people sob even though it's not you, this character has your face and your voice and all that stuff. >> yeah. i can't escape it, man. >> jimmy: and we all knew you were dead -- >> since the beginning. >> jimmy: you can actually die every season. you realize that, right? you can be like kenny on "south park." [ laughter ] >> the show's going to take a whole other turn, though. >> jimmy: piano hits you from
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>> jimmy: we're back. valentine's day is almost upon us. it is on wednesday. guillermo, are you ready for valentine's day? >> guillermo: yes, i am. >> jimmy: did you get something for your wife? >> guillermo: yes, i did. >> jimmy: did you getting? for your son? you have to do that too. >> guillermo: yes, i did. and i even got something for you, jimmy. >> jimmy: you got something for me? that's very thoughtful. you didn't have to get me anything. we're not lovers. we're co-workers. [ laughter ] >> guillermo: but i love you. so i made this card for you. >> jimmy: oh, how nice. >> guillermo: do you want me to read it? >> jimmy: yes. of course. that's what you do with cards. you read them aloud to the other person. [ laughter ] >> guillermo: okay. to jimmy. my love for you is very big. like a king kong or a very big dog on top of a basketball player's shoulders. [ laughter ] happy valentine. love you, guillermo. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, guillermo. that's very -- that's very confusing. but in a lovely way. let me tell you something. if you want to make a great
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. still to come, kane brown. our next guest skated into our lives in "boogie nights" and kept rolling from there. now she goes behind the camera as writer, director and co-star of "half magic." it opens in theaters february 23rd. please welcome heather graham.
[ cheers and applause ] how are you? >> your audience is amazing. >> jimmy: well, you should see them do a north korean cheer. >> i saw it. it was so good. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: how are you doing? >> i'm doing good. how are you? >> jimmy: i'm doing good. the last time you were here which was some time ago, we had an odd conversation. you said you were practicing witchcraft at the time. are you still practicing witchcraft? >> i have some friends and we get together and make wishes. which is actually one of the things that's in my movie that's coming out. >> jimmy: oh, it's wishcraft you guys are practicing. >> yeah. he with like to call ourselves witches just to feel kind of fun and cute. >> jimmy: i see. you're not boiling frogs or anything. >> no. we're not really. but we were wishing for obama to be elected when i was on before. >> jimmy: and it happened. >> it happened. >> jimmy: did you guys forget to do a wish this time around? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> we -- yeah. you also said at that time you had made a wish that you wanted
a boyfriend who could koork, and then it worked. >> yes. >> jimmy: did that work out with the boyfriend? >> no. >> jimmy: maybe you should have gone farther with the wish. >> i've got to make some more wishes. well, i wished to make this movie and it happened. >> jimmy: that's pretty cool. how do you go -- like when you decide i want to make a movie, what's the first -- besides writing a script, obviously, what's the first thing you do? >> i was going through a break-up, i was sad, and i was like i want to laugh at things that upset me. so i was writing all this stuff. being a woman in hollywood is, you know -- it's hard because it's kind of sexist. so i was writing did -- you know what it's like. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i started writing because i tried to make movies about women for a while and people were saying nobody cares about women's stories, if you want to get a movie made write about a man. >> jimmy: who says this? >> lots of people say this to you. >> jimmy: interesting. >> i write this movie and i put everything down that makes me angry. it's coming out soon. and all the sexual harassment stuff came out. but my movie also has a sexual harassment plot.
>> jimmy: oh, it does. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so this worked out great for you. >> sexual harassment worked out great for me. no. >> jimmy: so is it based on something that really happened? >> i've been harassed a lot. i kind of combined a lot of harassment into one -- it's bad dating, harassment, sexism -- >> jimmy: will the people whose stories you tell, will the people who are involved in them recognize those stories as part of their lives and go, ooh, boy? >> maybe. but i feel like some of the guys that are getting on these charges, they're like i never did that. do they really not think they did that? >> jimmy: i have no idea. [ laughter ] also, there are a lot of them. some maybe, some maybe not. i don't have any idea. but do you think that like this will affect future relationships when they see you've made a movie about your past relationships. >> they'd be scared to date me then. >> jimmy: yeah. you want to come off as the hero in the movie. or maybe they just treat you differently in a way. >> maybe. >> jimmy: it was a low budget thing. i know that. and did you have to call upon
friends for favors? >> i had so many favors. i was just begging the whole time. begging, begging. one of the things i did was our production designer came to my house and i just said take all my furniture you need because she didn't have a lot of money. she took like my furniture and my chairs and my lamps and my art and my bed spraerd. you'll see it in my movie. >> jimmy: so that's all your own stuff? >> not everything. but there's a lot. >> jimmy: that's kind of fun, right? to see your own -- i remember when i was a kid on "family ties" they had the same plates we had. we got them from saving up receipts from the supermarket. we were like those are our plates, they have the same plates. >> it's so cool. i loved that show. [ applause ] >> jimmy: and now you have -- you can say those are actually my plates. that's my couch in that scene. >> there's a bedspread that's my bedspread. yeah. >> jimmy: how about castingwise? your friends are in the film? >> a few friends are in the film. molly shannon's in the film. she's great. she's amazing. johnny knoxville is amazing. >> jimmy: yes. a lovely man. >> and then there's a lot of just great actors that actually
i didn't know before the film but now i just love them. >> jimmy: as far as -- you did the casting yourself for the movie? >> i did. >> jimmy: you did all of the stuff -- >> actually-i knew chris delia as well. we weren't close friends but i was i app fan. >> jimmy: i have an old headshot. i guess this is a headshot. tell me when this was and what happened here. >> what? >> jimmy: how old are you in this picture? >> oh, my god. i don't know. i was like 18 probably. >> jimmy: 18 years old. already wearing mom jeans at 18. [ laughter ] >> no. >> jimmy: that's like a very hip outfit now, i think. right? >> my hair was so poofy. it was all about poofy hair then. >> jimmy: yeah. it's like the barefoot hitchhiker look you've got going. >> i don't even know where you found that. >> jimmy: i don't know where we found it either. actually, your production designer stole it from your house. [ laughter ] so do you remember being this age -- >> do you know another thing my production designer did? she bought stuff and then returned it. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> she bought stuff for the set, like all these lights, and then
she brought it back to like the store she bought it from -- >> jimmy: to what stores? >> different stores. and they'd be like broken. se she'd be like, i'm returning, this i decided it wasn't right. >> jimmy: your production designer is literally a criminal. [ laughter ] that's kind of smart, though. >> she's so cool, right? she saved us so much money buying this stuff and returning it. >> jimmy: you hear about that with the super bowl. guys will go get a big-screen tv and then they'll take home for super bowl sunday and then return it to the store and they're like, yeah, we know exactly what you did. it's super bowl monday. [ laughter ] >> i mean, girls do that with dresses too. you can get a dress, you keep the pryingtag ice tag on, you k price tag and return it. >> jimmy: do you do that ever? >> not recently. >> jimmy: my wife and her sister, they will wear the outfit and then if they don't get a compliment on it or if there's some minimum number of compliments, it will go back to the store. which i don't want any part of. i feel like i'm going to get arrested for it somehow. you don't do that.
>> not now. i might have done it once. >> jimmy: who are the friends? are they in the coven, the friends who are doing this? >> well, it was a bunch of girlfriends and i would get together and we just would make wishes and we just would joke around and say we're witches. if sounds fun. and then one of them was actually moby. >> jimmy: moby is a man, though. >> i know. >> jimmy: he's not a girlfriend. >> it would be all these girls and then moby. and then he gave us a bunch of music for the movie. he's very sweet. >> jimmy: really? you saved a lot of money. was it a bigger or smaller budget than -- boogie nights" was a very low budget film. >> it actually wasn't that low budget. it is compared to superman or a huge studio movie but it isn't really low budget. >> jimmy: do you still have the roller skates from that movie? >> i do. >> jimmy: are they on display? >> i used to keep them in this alcove in my house as a special little thing. and then i thought maybe this is sad. so i put them in a closet. >> jimmy: no, it's not sad. why did you get the idea that it was sad? >> i don't know. like is this weird? i have these roller skates on display. then a girlfriend of mine has a
dog. the dog died unfortunately. its name was dirk diggler. she came to my house and took a picture of her dog with the roller skates. >> jimmy: you should have the roller skates and the dog on display. >> you i know. the dog is dead now. >> jimmy: well, listen, you can stuff those things. i vote for putting the roller skates back in the alcove. well, congratulations on making your movie. it's called "half magic." it opens in theaters february 23rd. heather graham, everybody. we'll be right back with kane brown. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. hey allergy muddlers. are you one sneeze away from being voted out of the carpool? try zyrtec®. it's starts working hard at hour one.
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♪ this is perfect come kiss me one more time i couldn't dream this up even if i tried ♪ ♪ you and me in this moment feels like magic don't it ♪ ♪ i'm right where i wanna be ♪ ♪ everybody's talking about heaven like they just can't wait to go ♪ ♪ saying how it's gonna be so good so beautiful ♪ ♪ lying next to you in this bed with you i ain't convinced ♪ ♪ cause i don't know how i don't know how heaven heaven could be better than this ♪ ♪ i swear you're an angel
sent to this world what did i do right to deserve you girl ♪ ♪ i could stay here forever i'd be fine if we never had to even leave this room ♪ ♪ everybody's talking about heaven like they just can't wait to go ♪ ♪ saying how it's gonna be so good so beautiful ♪ ♪ lying next to you in this bed with you i ain't convinced ♪ ♪ cause i don't know how i don't know how heaven heaven could be better than this ♪ ♪ mmmmm could be better than this ♪ ♪ everybody's talking about heaven like they just can't wait to go ♪
♪ saying how it's gonna be so good so beautiful ♪ ♪ lying next to you in this bed with you i ain't convinced ♪ ♪ cause i don't know how i don't know how heaven heaven could be better than this ♪ ♪ mmm hmmmm could be better than this ♪ ♪ i swear this is perfect come kiss me one more time ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
this is "nightline." >> tonight, all fight. >> i'm attorney gloria allred. >> a fierce advocate for equal rights, attorney gloria allred opens up about the private pain that inspires her public activism. >> i was faced with the unfortunate choice of having an illegal, unsafe abortion. >> reporter: her decades of challenging powerful men that helped pave the way for today's "me too" movement. plus, burning up the ice. team usa's adam rippon dazzling at the olympics, becoming the first openly gay athlete to compete for america in the winter games. >> there's still sort of a taboo, that being gay means you are weaker. that is absolutely not the case.