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appreciate your >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! lauren graham. and music from ajr. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi there, i'm jimmy, thank you. i'm the host of the show. thank you nor watching. thank you for joining us on another major news day. and when i say "major" i am again talking about president biden's dog. [ laughter ] who last night, i informed you, bit an employee of the national park service. this was his second attack this month. and then today we learn, via the a.p., that major, or his colleague champ, has defiled the hallway -- [ laughter ] outside the reception room just off the white house south lawn. what a scoop that is. [ laughter ] i like that the white house dog
making a bowel movement is a news story. a year ago, we were out of ventilators. okay? [ laughter ] meanwhile, it was a day of celebration for about half of college basketball fans here in l.a. our 11th-seeded ucla bruins beat number one seed michigan in a thriller last night. [ cheers and applause ] to advance to the final four, where they will face off against the fictional "school" known as "gonzaga." [ laughter ] gonzaga is undefeated. because you can't beat something that doesn't exist. [ laughter ] they're set to play ucla on saturday. you know, for the last few years, i've been challenging the world to show me proof, any kind of proof, that gonzaga exists outside this basketball team one's been able to do it. they tried to get me to come up there. probably so they could kill me, and silence me. [ laughter ] but i'm no dummy. that's not happening. the question is, have you ever met anyone who went to gonzaga? of course not. as i've said before, it's like wakanda.
they always say, "bing crosby went to gonzaga." and of course, we can't verify that because bing crosby has been dead for i don't know how long. i did a little googling this afternoon. there are no famous people who went to gonzaga, other than "bing crosby." and so i looked up bing crosby's movies. and i noticed something. follow along here, look at this. what does that spell? "gonzaga is fake." [ applause ] bingo! bing-o. i rest. come on qanon. you want a real conspiracy? look into this! [ laughter ] florida congressman matt gaetz is having a bad week. after a bombshell report by the "new york times" last night. if you're not familiar with matt gaetz, here is his twitter profile. this should tell you all you need to know. [ laughter ] matt gaetz is basically the shrimp tail in your cinnamon toast crunch. [ laughter ]
he is not well liked by anyone. and he's reportedly being investigated by the department of justice. they're looking into whether he had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old and paid for her travel across state lines. which becomes sex trafficking. gaetz, by the way, was the only congressman, democrat or republican, to vote against a law that gave the government more power to fight human trafficking. he's one of the worst of the -- even his fellow republicans are reportedly celebrating this. but not only does gaetz deny the charges, he tried to explain to tucker carlson last night, that the real victim is him! >> what is happening is an extortion of me and my family involving a former department of justice official. on march 16th, my father got a text message demanding a meeting wherein a person demanded $25 million in exchange for making horrible sex trafficking allegations against me go away. >> jimmy: you can really tell he's speaking from the heart, and not from a statement his lawyer wrote. [ laughter ]
you ever notice, it's always "my father" with these guys? my father. my father was investigated because when you'd pull his finger, a fart would come out. [ laughter ] they called it domestic terrorism. but i'm interrupting, go on. >> i'm not the only person on screen right now who's been falsely accused of a terrible sex act. you were accused of something that you did not do, so you know what this feels like. >> jimmy: now tucker's like, how the hell did i get roped into this? [ laughter ] >> you referred to a mentally ill viewer who accused me of a sex crime 20 years ago, and of course it was not tried, i never met the person. but i do agree being accused falsely is one of the worst things that can happen. >> jimmy: yes, i know this because i do it almost every night on my show. [ laughter ] to be fair to tucker carlson, all of his viewers are mentally ill. [ laughter ] this interview was so all over the place, you'd think matt gaetz owned a pillow company. >> what is the basis of that investigation, what is the allegation?
not really clear from these news stories. >> yeah, again, i only know what i've read in the "new york times." i can say that actually, you and i went to dinner about two years ago, your wife was there, and i brought a friend of mine. you'll remember her. >> i -- i don't remember the woman you're speaking of or the context at all, honestly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is like when yo wife, and starts saying things like "remember that time we had a threesome with a goat?" and you're like -- [ laughter ] gaetz went on to say he suspects he's being targeted because his father is rich and he's a prominent republican. he even named the former doj official he said is targeting him. but this is not a partisan investigation. in fact, it was opened by trump's attorney general, bill barr. who reportedly did not want to be seen with matt gaetz in public. according to "politico," barr was supposed to do a meet and greet with republicans on the house judiciary committee, but canceled when he found out gaetz
was going to be there. so this explanation, and his behavior, flustered even his dinner pal tucker, who did a little postmortem for the folks watching at home. >> if you just saw our matt gaetz interview, that was one of the weirdest interviews i've ever conducted. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: and this is a man who interviewed someone who claims hillary clinton was running a satanic pedophile operation out of a pizza place. so there's always a twist. speaking of politicians under investigation for sex stuff, governor andrew cuomo today signed legislation that would legalize recreational marijuana in the state of new york. and said "now please, everyone, go smoke it and forget about the women i played grab ass with." [ laughter ] that's good news. that spongebob squarepants musical is finally gonna make sense. [ laughter ] trump's former white house trade adviser, this guy peter navarro, was on fox news taking shots again at poor dr. fauci. >> fauci is a sociopath and a liar.
he had nothing to do with the vaccine. the father of the vaccine is donald j. trump. what is fauci the father of? fauci is the father of the actual virus. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's like to see that the people who worked for trump will get to enjoy a long career of spouting inane nonsense on tv for the rest of their lives. and watch the heavily lipsticked dummy fox news host nodding >> this virus, according to bob redfield at the centers for disease control, came from the wuhan lab. and basically, we have fauci not only funding that lab with american taxpayer dollars, he authorized this thing called gain function research. he allowed the chinese communist party, the people's liberation army, to genetically engineer a virus using gain of function -- i call it the fauci virus. if he wants to be the father of something, he's the father of the virus that's killed over 500,000 americans. >> jimmy: i agree. dr. fauci needs to go on the maury povich show right now, to
confirm whether he is or isn't the father of the coronavirus! [ laughter ] peter navarro should get off fox news and onto some antipsychotic medication. [ laughter and applause ] the revisionist history we are seeing on a daily basis now would be shocking if we were capable of being shocked anymore. the tunes have changed so much from a year ago. and so now it's time to look back at what was in the news one year ago this week. in a new installment of "this week in covid history." >> this week in covid history, as we head into april 2020, president trump is a ratings hit. mr. trump and his coronavirus updates have attracted an audience of 8.5 million. roughly the viewership of the season finale of "the bachelor." that's not me talking, that's literally what the president tweeted. word for word. it was weird. >> did you know i was number one on facebook? >> number one on facebook!
so, mr. number one, how do we beat this pandemic? maybe by wearing masks? the cdc says it's a good idea. >> with the masks it's going to be really a voluntary thing. you can do it, you don't have to do it, i'm choosing not to do it. >> great thinking, mr. t., who needs masks when you have tonight's sponsor? hydroxychloroquine. >> hydroxy -- chlor -- quine -- >> hydro -- chloroquine -- >> chloroquine.s un >> we have purchased 29 million pills. we're sending them to the hospitals. we're sending them all over. there are signs that it works on this, and very strong signs. >> but don't just take his word for it. >> everything shows that it >> i think this is the beginning of the end of the pandemic. i'm very serious. >> i think history will judge who's right on this debate. i bet on president trump's intuition on this one. >> yes!
our president knows best. >> what do you have to lose? take it. >> yes! just shut up and put it in your bottom. this has been "this week in covid history." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: simpler times. we've got a great show for you tonight. the always delightful lauren graham is with us. [ cheers and applause ] we've got music from ajr. and when we come back, jamie foxx will be with us here in studio, so come on back. ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] then later, three brothers who just announced a tour for spring of 2022. they're planners. they're planner-aheaders. their album is called "ok orchestra." music from ajr. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night -- oh, tomorrow night, melissa mccarthy and octavia spencer will be here. along with nasim pedrahd and music from fitz featuring bryce vine. please join us for all that. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest tonight is so talented in so many different areas. they're working on new awards just for him, there's a guy welding in a warehouse somewhere right now. [ laughter ] starting april 14th, he returns to the tv sitcom in "dad, stop embarrassing me" on netflix. please welcome oscar, grammy, and golden globe winner, jamie foxx. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> same energy! same energy! [ cheers and applause ] same energy! >> jimmy: how are you? [ cheers and applause ] >> same energy, same energy, i don't care, i don't care! >> jimmy: you don't? [ cheers and applause ] >> same energy! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's not as it usually is. >> it's exactly how it is in my mind. >> jimmy: is it? [ laughter ] >> i've been inside too long. same energy! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: have you missed it, jamie? >> whoa, whoa, whoa. >> jimmy: did you hurt yourself? okay. [ laughter ] >> you know how it when is you start elevating in age, the little stuff. >> jimmy: yeah. >> little tweaks, you know what i'm saying? >> jimmy: have you been missing -- i would imagine, maybe more than anybody i know,
you would miss being in front of a group of people. >> i am, i'm a little winded, as a matter of fact. [ laughter ] >> don't you hate that once you get older? you just turn out -- i was in the shower the other day -- oh, okay, can't do that no more. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there's also a thing that i've found, that like i start walking weird, then i get comfortable with it, oh, yeah, this is how old men walk. [ laughter ] i should stop doing this. >> and you don't realize that -- with me -- i don't know if it's our culture. but your ass sticks out a little more. because my pops, i used to watch my pops when he would come home, and it was this. [ laughter ] and i was like, pops, what is that? "keep on living, keep on living." [ laughter ] so now i find myself, when i -- i don't realize it but i shoot a ig of me walking and my ass is
slowly -- so i just got to get my posture right, you know what i'm saying? >> jimmy: where i notice it is in a video we'll shoot of the kids, my wife will shoot it, i'll see myself on the side. oh, no, what's going on over there? [ laughter ] >> tough, tough. the other thing is working out. >> jimmy: oh. i wouldn't know about that. [ laughter ] but yeah, go ahead. >> no, j., no. >> jimmy: what's that like? >> no. [ laughter ] you look great, man. >> jimmy: thanks, yeah. [ laughter ] >> i got -- listen, you want to >> jimmy: a male spank, yeah. >> what i notice is now that i work out, i can't lift all the big weight, because you can't hold your swole. >> jimmy: what does that mean? >> you can pump up but it doesn't stay like when you were younger. i'm hitting it. hit it, hit it.
i'm walking out the gym to my car, i here, ssssttt. >> jimmy: there's a leak? >> what is that? i look at the car, the reflection, damn, what happened? [ laughter ] can't hold the swole. >> jimmy: you look good, no question, you look very good. >> bam. [ cheers and applause ] same energy! same energy! same energy! [ cheers and applause ] same energy! let the water heal you! >> jimmy: that's not good covid behavior, jamie. [ laughter ] >> my bad. but i'm good, i know i'm good. >> jimmy: how many people are -- [ laughter ] last time i talked to you, you had 20 people living in the house. is it still hovering around that? >> we have not devoured each other yet. >> jimmy: that's good. is anybody getting kicked out when this is over? >> you can't kick my parents out. >> jimmy: no, no, sure, no. >> but -- but like the kids have literally taken over the house. it's like "lord of the flies" over there. >> jimmy: right. >> it's like they've taken over everything.
i won't say who did it. but the other day a window was broken. >> jimmy: uh-huh? >> now back when we was growing up in the hood, a window was like, you know, nothing. put some tape on it. but the windows i have now is like, you know, that's -- that's a car payment. [ laughter ] so we're just -- what we're doing now is sifting the kids back and forth from different houses, because it's my daughter, her niece -- i mean not her nieces, geez. her cousins. then my homie's friends they've sort of dropped off. [ laughter ] during quarantine. >> jimmy: like a chuck e. cheese at your house? >> like, can they hang for the weekend? and it's been 18 weeks.pbecaused that money. [ laughter ] we have to break them up every once in a while, the kids. badness just happens. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i told them, don't be mad, when you're a kid things just mess up for no reason. >> jimmy: did you find out who did it?
>> i know who did it. >> jimmy: you know who did it. >> i taught all the kids not to snitch. >> jimmy: ah. >> which is the worst thing. [ laughter ] because now everything is upside down and nobody's snitching. and it's crazy. the dogs is missing, all kinds of stuff. >> jimmy: does the kid who did it know you know? >> he knows. what's funny, what's crazy, they don't realize there's cameras everywhere. did you do it? i didn't do it! then see the camera. it's like on any elevator. i won't say. >> jimmy: are you dying to have a big party? because i know you love parties. and i'm assuming you're not having big parties. are you dying to have a big one? >> you know what, the parties, parties is my life. but it's like, we're a little ways. now, i did safely go to miami. >> jimmy: you safely went to miami? [ laughter ] >> yeah. i was -- i was safe, though. you know what's crazy? look, it's crazy. for whatever reason, georgia, atlanta, florida, just -- they
never close. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right? >> it's crazy. i was this atlanta with my mask. man, look at jamie with that mask on. i was in a club, all the brothers, come on, man, you ain't going to catch it. all right, took it off. >> jimmy: really? in a club? >> man, it wasn't a club, it was a restaurant for -- um -- for covid education -- >> jimmy: you realize you're under oath. oh, it was for covid -- >> for covid education. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i see. >> to be aware of what we should not do, showing examples of what we should not do. we should not be popping this champagne. we should not be dancing this close. one of my homies, he texted me from a gentleman's club. he facetimed me from a gentleman's club. i frowned upon that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i bet. >> they didn't close. the girls in there, still dancing. >> jimmy: are they really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's still going on? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> yeah.
too much, right? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what i want to ask you about -- >> who's next? no, i'm just kidding. that's too much too. too much. >> jimmy: dominique fishback was here a couple of weeks ago. she told me a story about you, how she auditioned for a movie with you. and she showed up. she somehow lost her wallet. you gave her $100. >> yeah. >> jimmy: to get home. >> i did, i did. i gave a little cash. >> jimmy: how much cash do -- [ applause ] he's not giving you any money. [ laughter ] how much cash do you carry around typically? what do you have on you now? >> matter of fact, i'm giving everybody some. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wait a minute. oh my gosh. wow. >> same energy! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, let's take a break. jamie foxx has just given out $1,000 to our staff.
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>> i'm happy you came too. i'd be happier if you told me you've got a pastry. >> as a matter of fact, i do. >> what he doing? >> yes, and i want to let you know something, brother, i am free from my diabetes. save me half of that. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: david allen greer, tyler, and two jamie foxxes in "dad, stop embarrassing me," a sitcom that's premiering on netflix on april 14th. i've loved -- i've got to tell you something. i've known dad a long time, david allen greer. you started together on "in living color." did you ever imagine he'd be playing your father? [ laughter ] >> you know what's crazy? here's what's crazy. first, let me tell you how funny he is. you know, when you burn up the clubs and you're young, i couldn't wait to get on "in living color." i'm the funniest dude i've ever met. i get to "in living color," i'm the eighth funniest. jim carrey. the wayans.
david was special, he went to yale, he's from detroit, he had this sophisticated comedy that he can still tap into the hood, the culture. so look, that was 25, 30 years ago. which is crazy. because, you know. you know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. look at this face. >> what was that? wait a minute, let me tell you something, hold on. but now when we got to this show, and i had been telling dave, man, we got to work and this is perfect. because my dad character wasn't in the first draft, then we added it. i said, the only one who can do it is david allen greer. i begged for him to be in it. when he showed up, man -- the show would have been good. but with him, he makes it great. >> jimmy: how did you tell him, you're going to be my dad? >> i said -- well, i asked him. i said, are you offended that i'm asking you to be my dad? we facetimed. i saw the gray beard. i said, you're already on your way. [ laughter ]
looking like my dad. it wasn't because -- we adjusted the ages where i'm like 41, 42, whatever. he's 64 in the actual -- >> jimmy: but in real life he's only 10 years older than you are? [ laughter ] >> yeah, yeah, i think 10 or 11 years older or something. >> jimmy: right. >> but he -- look, he wasn't offended. but when he showed up -- because we only had eight episodes to try to catch that chemistry. as soon as you get 20 episodes and you catch the chemistry around show 18, we didn't have that luxury. having him on there just made it crazy. >> jimmy: because you guys already have it. >> yeah, yeah. >> reporter: the reverend sweet tea? >> reverend sweet tea. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is he based on anybody? >> listen, here's the thing. yeah, he's based on three people. he's based on a gang banger, a pimp, and a preacher. [ laughter ] he'll be in purgatory, wherever he goes. but i was always jealous of martin lawrence because he was always doing characters on his show. >> jimmy: right, yes. >> bentley kyle evans, who came
onto the show, who created the "martin" show, he says, what's up with the characters? even my daughter's like, dad, you've got to do the characters. so we started doing the characters. we caught something. so now it's like, now we hope that this show lands so we can have more episodes. because we got characters stacked up. and david has characters. >> jimmy: david's doing characters as well? >> yeah, he's going to -- this is crazy. he actually wants to play his own father. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. [ applause ] >> like what? >> jimmy: he wants to play his real dad? >> he wants to play a version of his dad. >> jimmy: i see. i like that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you could keep going through ancestors. it could be one of those mirrors onto mirrors. that's nice. you also do a lot of imitations. i saw -- you did -- who the hell did you do? al pacino, i think. in the first episode, right? >> the fight! with your fingernails! [ laughter ] you know, that's the older al. because the younger al was,
predo? predo? don't ever do this again. then he got old, and arrgh! rrrrr! arrrorrr! and cut! but we get into it. >> jimmy: you did dave chappelle in the show. >> crazy, i was beside myself, i was incensed! [ cheers and applause ] but that's the young chappelle, too. i was incensed! i was beside myself! somebody walked up and said, dave chappelle, pow! wu-tang! but the older chappelle, it's crazy. hbo, they took all my money. took all my money, so please, please. took all of it. you hear what i'm saying, man? [ laughter ] you hearing me? took all of my money. i mean, he was so -- [ applause ] you know what i'm talking about, right? >> jimmy: i saw that video, yeah.
>> dave was so convincingly broke. that i wanted to start a gofundme page for this dude. [ laughter ] it's crazy, man. they took -- they took all the money. i was like, they did? wait a minute, he just flew there on a g-650. he just got paid $60 million or something. i don't know, crazy. took it all, man. >> jimmy: does dave like when you imitate him? >> he can't hear what i'm saying. took all my money, man. can't pay rent. >> jimmy: that is good. >> you know, i -- remember i did -- i did dave chappelle, i did an impersonation of dave chappelle in front of dave chappelle at eddie's house. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, that night, that party at eddie murphy's house, that's right. >> we go to eddie's house, which was crazy. all of us, all those comedians -- >> jimmy: i'm glad you thought it was crazy because i thought, i don't know what the hell i'm doing here but i can't believe i'm here. very, very exciting. >> crazy, waiting on eddie to come out and suckle me.
[ laughter ] i was waiting on the scene from "gladiator." what was the dude? i will give you comedy beyond your riches. you know eddie would do that, right? i remember that night. eddie was talking about going out and doing standup. i was looking at his house, you can't do standup with the way this house is. the house was so perfect. you know? it's like, you can't have a perfect house. like my house, my house stays sort of messed up because i want to stay funny. you know? i never finish decorating all the way. there's a faucet in this one bathroom that sprays out. [ laughter ] i stand in the hallway to see people come out. you just hear, psstth! people come out like -- [ laughter ] jamie, fix this, man. end of the night, everybody is trying to win funniest of the
night. >> jimmy: yeah. >> we started circling around 2:30, whatever -- >> jimmy: i didn't try, i was standing in a corner. [ laughter ] >> at one point, we're standing there, rock, eddie, everybody, and dave's, look at jamie's shoes. i said, what about my shoes? he said, what? i said, what? and i was like, man, it's crazy, look at jamie's shoes. i started saying, it's jamie, it's my shoes, it's crazy. he goes, man, this is wild, man, jamie doing an impersonation of me, this is wild. and eddie's sitting there going, heh-heh-heh. >> jimmy: we didn't need to have any of the other guys there. you do them all. >> yeah, that was funny, that was funny. >> jimmy: well, you know what, i love seeing you do this sitcom. i remember how much fun we had doing "the jeffersons" on "live in front of a studio audience." [ cheers and applause ] how great you were there. to do this with your daughter, too. corinne. i mean, that's -- i know you love that sort of thing. >> man, let me explain something to you.
i'm indebted to you. just the fact that you took care, looked out for my baby girl. she did "the jeffersons." >> jimmy: yes, "good times." >> and "good times." she was amazing. >> jimmy: she was great, yeah. >> you don't understand how, you know, this city can work and the way that came about was so amazing. and it also gave us the bug. when we did that "in front of a live studio audience," i said, we can now do what me and my daughter have been working for for years, on the job training, "dad, stop embarrassing me." now she gets me back because she's now my boss, executive producer. >> jimmy: she's going to be here next week, i'm sure she'll get you back then as well. [ laughter ] it's great to see you. thank you for coming. jamie foxx. "dad, stop embarrassing me" is the name of the show. it premieres april 14th on netflix. thank you, jamie. we'll be right back with lauren graham!
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>> jimmy: there's money flying everywhere. music from ajr is on the way. our next guest is an iconic tv mother you know from "gilmore girls," "parenthood," and now she plays a hockey mom alongside emilio estevez in the new series "the mighty ducks: game changers." new episodes pop up fridays on disney plus. please welcome lauren graham. [ cheers and applause ] hi, lauren. >> whoo! hi, jimmy.
>> jimmy: how are you? >> good, how are you? >> jimmy: i'm good. we were talking about the fact that you were on this show before it was a show. during our test shows you were nice enough to come and do it with me. i'm sure it was a horrible experience. i want to apologize for it. [ laughter ] >> it wasn't. what's funny, first of all, i'm such a talk show host nerd that i was like glad to do it. but the part of me that i don't identify with anymore is like volunteering to get in hair and makeup and get in a car and go somewhere. like that seems like a me of yesteryear. even pre-times, virus times. >> jimmy: i think it's all of us of yesteryear right now. >> yeah. >> jimmy: now you just don't really have to go anywhere to do things, it's remarkable. eventually we'll be in pods like wall-e or something. >> i was thrilled to do it and it was really fun, and look at you now, you've made it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, i'm really blossomed.
i'm sure you hear this all the time. because of netflix, "gilmore girls" has had this huge resurgence. almost to the point where i feel like it's as popular as it was when it was actually on. >> no, no, it's way more popular. >> jimmy: it's more popular? >> it wasn't that popular. we were on opposite "friends." no one really knew we were on. it was a miracle every year we got picked up. the people who liked it, liked it. but it wasn't a big hit. no, it's crazy. people, new generations, keep watching it. >> jimmy: that's got to be so strange, to suddenly be asked questions by people about this show that was -- you know, it was so long ago. >> i mean, it keeps it alive for me, i guess. it's fun because it's, you know, different groups of people are finding it and different generations. i just don't want to get to the age where i'm frightening to children. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right. >> where they're like, where's lorelai, what happened?
>> jimmy: you posted a video of a guy who's just seen the show for the first time, was on facetime explaining to other people and his family -- well, play that video. >> there's a line in the second episode. i laughed so [ bleep ] hard. this woman said something, it's like she says stuff just real quick, somebody will say something and she'll say something and they go right on to the next thing. what she said, because she's like saying stuff that we would say that's like so funny. that -- that she gets like -- she -- her sense of humor. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he somehow managed to say everything while saying nothing at all. >> i love it. it's so sweet. well, it's like if you were trying to explain "gilmore girls" to aliens. why are they circling the gazebo and talking so fast? it reminds me of an uncle who was a fifth grade teacher.
there's a painter, it isn't a guy who watches a lot of tv. he was describing the show to us. he's like, it's funny. it's not really about anything. he's like, you've heard of this show "steinfeld"? we were like, "seinfeld"? he was watching in syndication, he didn't even know what that was. so there's always a new audience member for a show. >> jimmy: you were on "seinfeld," weren't you? >> yes. so like, why wasn't that a bigger deal in the family? i don't know. i don't understand. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it seems like it should have been. i feel like "parenthood" is a show that was such a great show. and underappreciated. i feel like that should be -- that's going to be a show that people pick up on. i think you live near dax shepherd? >> right. >> jimmy: his brother on the show. you guys live over the fence from each other or something like that? >> not quite that close, same neighborhood. also i live with my other brother, peter, who lives in my
bedroom. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes, yes, that's confusing. >> yes, it's confusing for some people, yeah. dax is -- has been working on his new house. and the way we're situated, i pass him all the time. and he -- it's a beautiful house. it's going to be incredible. he basically took what others might consider to be the front lawn and turned it into a massive driveway for all his cars. >> jimmy: he paved paradise, turned it into a parking lot, yeah. [ laughter ] >> put up a parking lot, literally. and he has this thing that i assumed was just for these times, which is the most massive, like, band tour bus you've ever seen. no! >> jimmy: that's it. >> i've passed this every day. and i was like, gosh, when are they going to get rid of the bus that is -- oh my gosh, he's out of his mind. and they're never getting rid of it, jimmy. they're keeping it. he bought that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, i know. he told me. he actually sent us those pictures when he was here.
and i was wondering if it was causing any kind of concern in the neighborhood. and apparently it is. >> we gave up a long time ago. he rides around topless on a motorcycle. you just have to just love him. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you really have to take him in, yeah, yeah. well, this "mighty ducks" show that you're on, "game changers." emilio estevez is playing the character he played in the "mighty ducks" movie. >> yes, gordon bombay. >> jimmy: you were not in the "mighty ducks" movie? >> i was not. the twist is sort of, we find the ducks now, today, they've become a big, successful team. and the parents are all really competitive. and there's -- it's tons of money. and it's sort of -- the pilot asks the question, like, where's -- where did the fun go? what's the fun part? i decide i'm going to take -- start a new team for my kid that's just all about the fun. but we need an ice rink.
and there, emerging from the dry ice behind the zamboni, is gordon bombay. so it sort of picks up kind of, where is he now? he's just really charming and wonderful and funny. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm the coach. i'm the coach of the team. >> jimmy: you're the coach, yeah. maybe dax will build you an ice rink in the neighborhood. [ laughter ] while he's knocking down trees for rvs. >> i actually would love that, because my skating needs work. it's very hard to find an open ice rink in the pandemic. >> jimmy: yes. you know what, i've been saying that for months, right, guillermo? >> guillermo: that's right, jimmy. yes, jimmy. >> jimmy: it's so hard. tell peter i said hello. new episodes of "the mighty ducks: game changers" fridays on disney plus. thank you, lauren. lauren graham, everybody! >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: be back with ajr. metro makes switching easy so you can rule.
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>> jimmy: i want to thank jamie foxx, lauren graham and ajr. apologies to matt damon. tomorrow night, melissa mccarthy, octavia spencer, and nasim pedrahd will be with us. and we'll have music from fitz with bryce vine. "nightline" is next. please watch it with your clothes on. thank you for being decent. and goodnight.
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